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  • County: Offaly, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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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

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

15 Nov 1848

Miss Dundas, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Mr. Trotter, of the Bush, Mr. A. Trotter, of Dryden, the Hon. W. Scarlett. Mr. Arbuthnot, Mr. Sands, Mr. Mrs., and the Mieses Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. SmvthWyudhani, Mrs. Kerr and the Misses Kerr, View article

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

8 Dec 1847

very profierly reported the circumstance. Constable Steacy turned out his party ami proceeded to Tinm kelly, on Mrs. Holster's cur, but was unable obtain any truce of the robbers. Mr. Fitzmaurice, the newly appointed Stipendiary Magistrate, has arrived

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

25 Oct 1848

himself, aided by his purchase and another sister, and backed brutal mob, with beating the ignorant but unfortunate husband until he was half killed. The poor fellow paid dearly for his ignorance of the law, having in the scuflle lost one of his eyes, and being

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

10 Feb 1847

charged with the offence. Mr. M'Douagh, and Mr. Darley, solicitor to the Bank of Ireland, appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Frank Smyth, counsel, with Mr. Edward Fullam, as agent, were for the prisoner James. Atkins was defended Mr. Dunlevie, barrister

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

23 May 1849

immediate order has been given for his removal. At Roscrca, on Wednesday, the loth of May inst., the lady «f Mr. Henry Neale, grocer, &0., of a son. At Roscrea, on Monday, the 21st hist., the lady Mr. Skeuss, Wesleyan Minister, of a son. roburg-place, Dublin

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

27 Sep 1848

Knowledge thereof having rem ■ > | worthy Parish Priest, the U-ry Kev. Hr. V (l.jic addressed his congregation second mas., awl had his Curate, the Rev. Mr. Kolan, to mhtess them at first and last mass, warning the in the » earnest and toroeihle

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

29 Dec 1847

subject which occupied the attention of the board was the collection of THE RATES. Mr. Briscoe handed in Treasurers receipt for , Mr. Manifold, £101; Mr. Dooly, ; and Mr. Davis. *Lord Rosso enquired, what was the amount of rate to be levied, and the amount

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

22 Mar 1848

leaving the Country, be has specially favored Mr. JOHN GRAHAM with instructions SELL BY AUCTION, At his residence, John's Place, Parsonstown. On MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 17th and 18th of APRIL, 1848, The entire of his select Rote Wood and Mahogany FURNITURE

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1847

point of view, were delivered by Mr. 6. F. Muntz, Mr. Spencer, Mr! Scholelield, Mr, Salt, and Mr. Barlow. The members of tho deputation spoke with the directness ai:d force of phrase permitted to poets and enthusiasts: f.r. Mr. Muntz cautioned Lord John how

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

3 May 1848

Clonmel. .Mr. Peter U. Hanlicld, Miller. Cork..Mr. E. Casev, 7, Pembroke-s reel. Coleraine -Mr. Thomas Hvndman, Hardwareman. . Dublin..\V. Lewis, Esq. Sol, 22 Nassau-slreet Dundalk..J. Townlev, Esq, Umdon & Dublin liauk. / Enniskillen.. Mr. Thomas Hood

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

10 May 1848

was | Clergymen, lias been forwarded for presentation to the attached to the machine striking Mr. Dakin the left House of lairds and Commons. temple entered his brain and killed him instantaneously. Andrew Brand, William Forbes, Ccorgc Gavin, and One of

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1847

advantage of deep draining all recollect the discussion upon that question between Dir. Smith and his disciples on the one side, and Mr. Parkcs and his followers on the other, while Lord Portman very sensibly remarked, that “it was impossible to lay down

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

9 Aug 1848

is now, upon what appear to be grounds of the highest probability, conjectured by the authorities, that Mr. Meagher, has succeeded in effecting his escape from New Ross to Bristol in female apparel.— Herald. WAR OFFICE, AUG. 4. Dragoons—Lieut. 11. R. S

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