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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

23 Jan 1855

division and was still” *t Cototanti.topln, «1,-n tVi-n found vince. I have rI-o roro t tto l.ro ..f Mr. rto, tll ,„ ,o« ~k . v * tuTfety hi* throne or. his bringing the war to » drolti-atetl. '1 httm.mri': hnil liern-nc tim, u i:f,v ..Kmirine i-d..nc .fartoelr

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

21 Sep 1858

P. of the Wexford .Militia, the same day, during that oUiccr's absence, and having upset his furniture and uton?s!<. and having disarranged his room and caused his bedding lake fire.” The court is stated t > have found Knsign Scott guilty of the first

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Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser

Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser Mayo, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1887

t ga s . Kers to Mr. B•Ifour were subsequently passed. office, outside of which there was an eager crowd. et --- - gel e.01)0,000 only paid ' .f.5011,010-eeries of Oh, end nearetain still on his feet. Tim &heck he had em • Tell Mr. °Wird this : that

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

4 Apr 1857

that, that and that the other arc confederated all tie dishonesty j Mr. Palmer t.ien presented hi mac If, and wa« «c . . scarcely ever iji-’U gr-ue ' • ''J' ( * . Z Mr. M-e.re and Mr. Higgins, man apparently working oecWion, Inul like angel (lauglrter);

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1870

an .- ® n,p f, Customs* Emolumbuts.- An officer of Costoms stationed murdered his mother, at iott, in. Scotland. lo to at I.iTerpool, has forwarded sixpence in stamps Mr. her he<1.,.1« while .he .Rs .lecp ng dialt her . severe Raffles, stipendiary maeistralc

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1835

dinner, and seemed as delighted with his companion most match making lady or gentleman The lady, the other bund, seemed in high this, alter the polished scenes °f y° u ,a ““’ j •• Do you mean the country, replied the lady, or tn habitants ? They are nearly

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1835

to the best of his con. jeclure, believed he had never seen either the gentleman or the lady. While surmises of all kinds were going their rounds In this manner, the gentleman pursued bis walk up Milsom-street. His puce was slow, and his strength did not

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Connaught Watchman

Connaught Watchman Mayo, Republic of Ireland

5 Apr 1862

Menagerie.—Wombwoirs collection, left legacy hi. niece, Mrs. EJmonde ; and Mr. Edmonds, its present proprietor, his great exertions ami care, has made it the most magnificent travelling collection in Europe. His horses, which there are about forty, are worth

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

20 Aug 1832

auction, on Mr. Lambert’s paying Mr. Deimage’s demand, Mr, T. D. Lambert replied very coolly, let the law take its course.” Then Mr. Deimage came forward and made the same offer Mr. Dwyer, to which Mr. Lambert gave the same identical answer ; then Mr. Delmage

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

30 Nov 1858

mile? Lady How Jong shall take to walk it? Peasant—Weel, it Just depends how walk. Lady—Could you get there in ten minutes? Peasant*—Pur no vera sure. Lady {looking up)—l’m afraid it will rain before can get there. Peasant—Wet!, may richt. Lady (in state

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

27 Dec 1853

:d.wfnl large number of his supporters amongst the IMwrnl efectoru tftkini? the vacated Lord Palmerston/ embroilment can avoided; not bceansc its con.cipmnc s Amazon, opt tin* fi-ec of the com* The Mftvor having taken his sent, Mr. O Connell and Ins Wtfcopy

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Connaught Watchman

Connaught Watchman Mayo, Republic of Ireland

29 Mar 1862

once the extent of his loss. Does He Sleep in it! —King William I. of Prussia invariably dresses in a general’s uniform. He says his prayers in epaulettes, dances with his : helmet on bis bead, and goes opera with the sword buckled to his side. Prussian ever

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Connaught Watchman

Connaught Watchman Mayo, Republic of Ireland

8 Aug 1863

the ensuing sessions, bail being accepted for his appearance. His father was much affected, and grievously complained that the proceedings should have been taken after his having promised full pan lon his son’s confession. But the Bench were very sorry

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Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser

Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser Mayo, Republic of Ireland

5 Mar 1887

L•WrOrie• for Mr laird ; and Mr. Ormn, Mr, greet week are atNice,Matnnee, and neighbouit e Incas - and ' m u i me me bo •- • proper persons.-Lord Orimtborpe described tbe bill re all reedy for her. The only difficulty lies in s nt- A Gill and Mr I. Kenbaw

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1858

entitled fo the thanks of the (cheer*}. There differen.'ee opinion to the form our government, i.nl ft»r hi« own part, it had always Item his and was now his pride, that when became the head the cite London might have the honour of entertaining the Karl the

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

24 Nov 1840

Devonshire’* third visit his vast estates Ireland. The first was 1812, immediately after hi* Grace became of age; and second m 18i2. Grace’s friendly feeling towards his Irish tenant* is here most instructively developed ! visits his estate* three times in

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Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser

Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser Mayo, Republic of Ireland

6 Mar 1875

electioneering p :abe lad based that the emellent worthy laird was bricks on his propeety to build a well. Her G race asked politely, - Well, Mr. Gordon, aad bow do your bricks get mi. The Laird of Orsigmlis thought. much occupied with see. bather of

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

19 Dec 1833

passengers were the Kev. Mr. Simpson, Chaplain to the British Factory at the Azores, and his lady, whose suffering were extreme. Their stock of provisions, &c., had been served out and con* smiled by the crew early in the voyage. By Mr Simpson’s persuasions

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Mayo Constitution

Mayo Constitution Mayo, Republic of Ireland

23 Jul 1835

ol something peculiar in his character we were still farther attracted by his thin keen visage, and could not refrain from asking itood deal concerning hrm. We found him styled Tbe Laird and such, truth, he is. Yearly, ou his return to Sligo, he draws

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Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser

Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser Mayo, Republic of Ireland

1 May 1886

is usual, placed him in the professional chair, and told his lordship that he must lei him put his fingers into his mouth, he exclaimed, Ns, ns ! Yell sibling bite me. _ . _ _ A Scottish laird, singularly enough the grandson of the learned judge mentioned

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