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  • County: Monaghan, Republic Of Ireland
  • Type: Illustrated

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

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

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

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

13 May 1882

leave the lairds to Ike like °that folk. by the troth* basest kbea r. Tin ease in which our County Court Judge, Mr. Barren, Axed the fair selling value of a farm near Monaghan was before the Hones of Commons on the evening of the 6th instant. Mr Healy was

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1839

Nicholas saw this was his time, and thought that in the melee his hintniightreach his mistress unobserved the remainder of the company. He accordingly protruded his head into the room, and placing his finger upon the side of his nose, and shutting one

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

9 Jul 1870

was praiseworthy action for Mr. Dooglaa for tae das. maun ken, air, that father the laird Cloverlea, Joist year syne enoo. and Mslstsr Robert, his only son, nice lad, expected so dout hid the rieht to dae, that the proa was his. But it not that there was

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

24 Dec 1870

defeated laird Henry email While with his politics! views we hew little «wpwy« we esnnot sllow the occasion psss witbcmt noticing the sterling qoslitiei of this gentlemen, who breathed his last, his residence Annsrale, Kesdy* Taesday, the 20th mst. His demise

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1853

Speaker took Ike chair el SO minutes tee o'clock. Parma*. Mr. A. Pellatt presented petition from inhabitants of Cler ken well against the opening the Crystal Palace on Sundays. Noticss or Motion. Mr. ft. Moore gave notice that early nest session bs should

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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

3 Aug 1889

Ardemose, and was imprisoned in Derry Jail. His health failed in prison, and he was discharged before the expiration of his sentence. A Loadan (lector, who hap• paned to be preset I at the evictions. pre. ■oeaeed his life ie wines danger. Toang Rises father

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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

11 Feb 1882

Harcourt. and Mr. Gladstone tried They were one and an loud in their praise of (Cheers.) He was convinced that the power their best to assist Mr. Biadlaugb to his seat Mr. Brady. of Mr. Parnell was now greater than it had been before his arrest. Their

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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

16 Jun 1877

found. Stewards speak English. APPLY TO MR. CHARLES 011AhE, ARMAGH. Agents wanted in all unrepresented districts. HE Subtkviber be to announce to his Friends and the Public at large, tharhe has, in addition to his large and well selected Stock in Trade

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

9 Sep 1871

sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and see that Curtis and Perkius. New York and London, ia on the outside wrapper. mother should without it—Sold by all Medicine Dealers la per bottle. London Depot Oxford Street Mr. Laird, M.P., at Birmingham

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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

8 Feb 1845

not be responsible for lo«s or dmnage sustained Live Stock. Apply In Greenock or Glasgow to Messrs. ALEXANDER LAIRD SONS; In Liverpool to Mr. JAMES METGK, 31, Water-Street; or lu WILLIAM M‘MASTER,O9, Park-street, Dundalk. Cars and other Conveyances run

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