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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

17 Apr 1861

Supply), .tur Cairns— Marriage Law (Ireland). Mr. -Church Rates. Mr. Grant Duff—Education. Mr. 'Locke King—Religious Worship. Mr. Ratates Court (Ireland)— Returns. Mr. Lid- Shippiug. Mr. Maguire—Roman die prisoners. Mr. Maguire—lonian Islands. RAILWAYS THROUGH

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

5 Sep 1860

present were Mr. Geo. Francis Train, Mr. Pliny Miles, Mr. Laird, of the firm of Laird and Sons ; William Dargan-. Alderman Kina. Hanv Dublin ; Alderman Mackey Dublin ; Dr. Mauiwll, Dublin Evening Mail; Mr. Frith, C. K. County Surveyor of Dublin ; Mr Bower,

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1858

o’clock, and was accompanied his wife, son, and servant boy, all of them being seated on his cart. arriv- ing at the entrance of lane leading from the highway to his house, he got off the cart intending to walk on to his home, leaving hie wife and sou

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

28 Oct 1863

apology for his conduct. His ideas being now confused, be could not draw one up, but his tormentor relieved him any thought, dictating one, which he committed to writing, and thereby afforded another proof of his guilt. In the meantime the lady of the house

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

21 Apr 1852

denture had taken away her own life, ami many curse laird Eg! moot ami his mot her got from the people ; the ponds and rivers were dragged for the but just at nightfall, brother was the shutters, a Wi.ite lady came to him and told iiitn lo make n • m.i>e, hut

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1863

taking his prisoners to bridewell, Carter was met by Mr Kelly and Mr Walsh, who asked him if he were their father, to which he replied, No; am a constable.’ The orticer was asked upon what charge had apprehended the lads, hut he would not tell. Mr Kelly

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

14 Apr 1869

Elizabeth West married .Mr. F. C. Hastings Russell, heir presumptive to the dukedom of Bedford ; in 1847 Lady Jane Harriet Bouverie married Mr. William Ellis, and Lady Eleanora C. Paget married Sir Sandford Graham, Bart; in Lady Mary Charlotte Howard married

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

26 Nov 1862

besides cesspayers, attended. Mr M'Gilcu tdy appeared support the application for damages, to the amount ot £ll, including cost*, on behalf Mr K>bert Berner, reason of his lambs •»». d broken by a mob, Signor (lav.izzi lectured in his bouse. technical objection

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

9 Feb 1848

of the jicrio.l Mr. Disraeli proved exception. At this period his life he imbibed that fondness for French literature which always clung to him, but which is more evident in his criticism than his style of sentiments, for he wrote his vernacular English

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

12 Dec 1860

appearance of Mr. Lincoln is thus de, scribed in the Chicago Press and Tribune Mr. Lincoln stands six feel four inches high in his stockings. His frame is not muscular, but gaunt and wirv : his arms are long, but not unreasonably so for a person of his height

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

16 Oct 1861

with accident while out shooting in Inverness-shire. His lordship was handing his rifle to an attendant gillie, when by some accident it went off. In the discharge his lordship was badly wounded in his right arm, and, although a fatal result is happily

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

25 Dec 1861

moans of defence suggested two years ago by Mr. John Laird, ths newly elected member for Birkenhead, namely, randering ferry and tug boats capable of being armed wi.h one or two guns of long range. Mr. Laird has shown that this could bo done at a very

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

25 Dec 1861

be called the borough of Brokenhead. Nothing was broken at Mr. Laird’s return, except some promises and tr peace, and altogether the maiden election has passed off creditably. Now, Mr. Laird must distinguish himself Parliament, and not be King Log, as

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

14 Dec 1859

number of gentlemen assembled on board this noble ship for the purpose of inspecting her, after undergoing thorough repair by Mr. Laird. is the property of the Atlantic Royal Mail Steam Navigation Company, who have been at a considerable expense in the litting

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

28 Oct 1863

influence among the nations. A Stockholm journal reports a recent speech of the King of Denmark in which he declared his readiness, in case of his States being overawed by Germany, to start a Republic, to consist of the Danish States. The King said : I will

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

6 Dec 1848

Western Railway entering on his lands Kilnockin. Lord Riverston has instructed his agent, Mr. Michael Kelly, of to remit his tenants in Galway a half-year’s rent, —his Lordship has expended in improvements. There is not pauper from his property in the union

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1863

yards, as far as the leading notabilities were concerned. this distance the best scores were—Mr Atkinson, Mr Coulson, Mr Walters, Mr Keatinge, Mr Betham, Mr Popham, Mr Edwards. The best gold at 100 yards was made by Captain Bland. The other measured golds

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

29 Jul 1868

energetic in his nature revolted at such thraldom to self. No wonder that in his satiety of earth’s pleasures, his weariness of m nd, desired rather to escape by d**aLh than drag on this *• butterfly existence.” A comparison presented itself him of his life and

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

31 Mar 1858

(says Cardinal Wiseman, in his new book). is not exempt from any of the obligations of his priesthood, lie celebrates mass each morning, and assists at a second celebration. He recites the Breviary, like his curates ; counts his beads, too, most certainly

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

25 Dec 1850

partner. Thus cabined, cribbed, confined,’ his only solace was, in convoying his thoughts upon paper to his disappointed bride, and, in the following epistle, (which copy verbatim el literatim), thus expressed his sorrow and bis woes 4 MyI) ter s Saurky

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