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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

23 Aug 1851

accompanied Mr. Henry Cooke. Mr. Shea, au tlbrook, in carriage and pair, for *• the Aggregate Meeting.” short time his carriage was recognised, attracted mob. who ran after i*. Arrived the gale Iradiag itdo the Rotunda, the Rev. Gentleman his friends, presented

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People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News

People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1893

O'Neel Mr. 3.. Allan ; Lrthur Webb; ide ; Bridget m Wfrughlin; laird; Sullivan ions to single but I roust si r the house His acting Dolan, Me. and, in foot, I parts fault- HOME unavoidab'y • • aloe tots have ladoot of o play all they hi local team

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

1 Mar 1856

'ais disurr liis 1 bc ol minJ anti Lady e..J uj-nuiLc laird irk hair fell l-u.lcs about his eberks > of tlj© afTections.* 1 his varments were cu- cr- d-wdh she dost travel. al-cd loac her eheid hide blush and tear l> l *hi!e all > were !ix«* bun. Ins was

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1863

liitch, officer of approved skill and great experience; and her other chief officers, inclod.ng Mr. r E Monban, Mr. J. C. Jones, Mr. A. Plane, Mr. P. Plant, Mr. J. Alexander, and Dr. Soulston, are in every respect qualified for the responsible post, which

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People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News

People's Advocate and Monaghan, Fermanagh, and Tyrone News Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1889

hartoil p4t. hits. .Nut for truth wuvre we are aateur..l44 to • night lie i ho buries et I lour, Jill Hi:rookie'pp —.t PI UM OWN 'OS who gave hie. his for hi. country. He USW in this very street, Mitt he Msg. fie 'the erutwoiaUt ei.iir..hy .rd clew us.,rls

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1863

towards him, and when said that his commonicationwooldproe - hiraBe |f upon his knees before his offended teresling his companion fl'st swh * f ro the doptln of his anguishreached were-” You’ve left Mr. Shelton aj P« ., , Mr . sholton. inreetigale Yee,”

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

13 Aug 1842

police, and taken to the station-house in Sackville-place. There, however, Mr. Robinson declined preferring any charge against his lady, but he gave that already stated against Laird. Mrs. R. restored the greater portion of £7B to her husband. Upon the person

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

2 Sep 1871

Harry. lam ready to accom* * pany yon the ship.” And he also took his hat. Henry threw himself back Into his hhair ague, covered his with his hat, and sat in silence lor some momenta, while his friend walked up and down the apartment in considerable displeasure

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

8 Jan 1870

faces bronzed and old. And on his horse, with Rawson, and his cruel clerk at hand, Sat dark and haughty Endicott, the ruler of the land; And poisoning with his evil words the ruler’s ready ear, Tne priest leaned o’er his saddle, with laugh and scoff and

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1870

might inherit the title and estate. This embittered his feelings towards his cousin to intense degree, and the hate and passion thereby engendered tinged and moulded all the actions of his life.— His very habits and pursuits were altered. Previously he

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

15 Sep 1866

point from the pen God’s perfection; the World is a bud from the bower of His beauty ; the Sun is spark from the light of His wisdom ; and the sky is a bubble the sea of His power. His beauty is free from the spot of sin hidden in the thick veil of darkness;

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

28 Aug 1869

he felt it his duty to register his vote in favour of Capt Seymour. (Cheers.) I am sure the meeting will agree with me that, in trying to prevent the return of a supporter of the Gladst :ne Administration (groans) Mr. M'Caitney is doing his duty. (Cheers

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

15 Jun 1839

Parnell, laird Dalmeny, laird Seymour, Sir C. Adam, Colonel Anson, Mr. More O’Ferrall, Mr. Vernon Smith, Mr. R. Gordon, Sir O. Grey, Sir R. Donkin, Mr. J. Parker, Mr. G. Stewart, Mr. E. J. Stanley, Sir J. Campbell, Mr. G. Byng, Earl of Surrey, Mr. H. Rich

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

6 Apr 1839

Cloncurry, the Dean of Cloyne, Mr. Rutland, Mr. Pigott, M.P., Sir Wm. Lynar, Mr. O’Connell, M.P., Messrs. M. Costello, Barry, E. Lawless, M‘Nevin, Cahill, the Rev. Mr. O’Malley, &c. &c. The populace evinced desire to receive Mr. O’Connell with more warmth

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

27 Nov 1869

Shouldering his knapsack and grasping his cudgel, Ned turned his face Westward, and went his solitary way across the Moor, his honest nature troubled and shaken not a little by the serious matter he had been forced to consider and settle, and his moral sense

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

13 Mar 1852

nn-t (bo | roliminuric. h.nviuar been gone through— The Mayor. Mr. I-nin, a fair and impartial hearing lor the sjeakern. Mr t.eor.c Round presented himself for the purpose proposing laird John Manners fit and piopcr jierson represent the lorm:*h P.*rlianienl

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

31 Aug 1839

Countess of Charlcmont, Lady Clare, Lady Verulam, Lady St. Germains, Lady Morley, Lady Grenville, Lady Lifford, Lady Cotfeubam, Lady Methuen, and Lady Lyndhnrst. On short bench near the throne sat Madame Vamler Weyer, the lady of the Belgian Minister

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

3 Apr 1852

and nff.ible manner, Mr. T. E. Wright, solicitor, assisted by Mr. 11. G. Warren, and Mr. John Reilly, solicitor, Vice-Chairmen. the right of the Chair sal the Kt-blo Quest, next him were Mr. Coole, D.L., J P., Mr. Henry Mitchell, Mr. A. K. Young, and Dr

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

18 May 1839

afternoon of Thursday, and that on Lord Nonnanby quitting Mr. Ellice, be proceeded immediately to Buckingham Palace to visit his lady, who in attendance on her Majesty, and that very shortly after his lordship left the palace, the restrictive letter in question

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

24 Nov 1855

Other proofs appeared also but ibis was enough—the Crown and Mr. were deie.ite l. Mr. Wilson and Mr. D.me triumphed, in so far as the jury ' refused lo find and so Mr. Wilson once more enjoys his properly and Queen Victorii must without it. ends the s ory

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