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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

22 Feb 1896

Company, ..f which Mr William O'Meara is the agent. News was alto despatched to Mr O'Meara at Drumbane. whose sou, Mr hurried down at once, and also went to work with a will to assist. Later on Mr O'Meara, wit his brother-in-law, Mr Hennessy, was present

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

29 Oct 1927

following election of officers took plaoe:—Vice:Preaidenta: Mr R. B. Armitage, Mr Thos. Hodgins; corresponding secretary, Miss Violet Armitage; recording secretary Miss Violet Sheppard; treasurer, Mr R. R. Armitage. The treasurer and recording secretary were

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

3 Feb 1847

generally had entered IPeir names for lila weekly auhscnpt.ous to -hi « kitchens was resolved moke anotlo r opP'“-‘ r S —eJL a grant eqnh.lent h, the amoun. of the private eubaertptiora. Mr. D.v.s r-TKMted ‘hat the ana purchased Uverpool had arrived Shannon

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

24 Apr 1890

true-loves's knot in pearls. These dresses were made by Mrs Cronin, Dawson-et., DubHu. There were eight of them interesting creature. as follows : Lady lleene, Lady lortiv, Lady Rowena, and Lady Morse. Hastings, the four Weer, of the bride ; Mies and

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Kings County Chronicle

Kings County Chronicle Offaly, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1855

entertained of his recovers, with a useful K nh. His death was like hit .life—palm, good, brave, and amiable. He beerd of his doom with smile, made will, left messages for his officers and men, spoke of bis passionate foudneee for his father over and

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

2 Jun 1917

conduct of hi. Msje.ty, which had endeared him to all his su I ctn. 'PIT< was a very warm debate. The Tories -with the exception of Mr. Wilberforoa who took a line opposed to the Dukeiiiipivirtid Mr. resolution. Th. bogs .upportod Colonel Wardle. Mr. Percovale

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

7 Jun 1860

imperiled eery Mr. Kirwan seggesed that Mr. Staples, al. though • lee rate, tong • Mrs to might he he to do story pus▪ Mrs Water, however, theme to be to the foe oat being • ✓emarked; that a was sot anal for • gentleman to deem a lady with his bat on. sulked

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

1 May 1861

that Mr. Lawrence Monaghan, of Co:teem, had jest left hie home. with Mrs. Monaghan, for the purpose of attending Divine service, when then men, who had been lying in ambush, rushed upon him. One of them discharged a pistol, but fortunately miw,d his aim

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Midland Tribune

Midland Tribune Offaly, Republic of Ireland

25 Dec 1884

dewing over the top. IL hi needless to say that this menial bibliophile was engaged. Ladies of advanced views Lave uo business in thin country. The nice are proving too obstinately obdurate for them. All those strong-minded ladies who cannot obtain the

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1859

partieularly agreeaMe 1 ”ly, Mrs Harry Vane also cultivated the Paint. If Mr Harr,. Vane only danced with the Iy, or escorted ter out to supper, Mr. Harry ..tented herself with the meet amiable inquiri, • wiid young lady's health, and grad hopes *Molly

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

16 Oct 1867

accepted it with no unwise haste. He took counsel with his father-inlaw, the late king of the Belgians. the sagest monarch in Europe; be consulted his friends of the House of Hapsburg ; and he consulted his wife, this lovely and high.soulrd Princess Charlotte

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1864

Miss &Anise as an Americas lady eesipter. Scowls O Coasts.--His lordship had may of not ifyieg of his having winos dews open hi sons the sower. of the witaeeses, which may o &milked, almost to rmistaae• points IMAM raise his heel gad nod, &Oudot' woes

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

22 May 1873

the resonated and lasootH c fed lady whom la tonntitord. be appointed Op. Lord Hastings having vacated the chair, on the mottos of Mr Tibbs the chew was taken by the Dean of Cashel. The Rev. Mr Scott mid—Mx Chairman ladies and reathruen,—Wo not unfrequently

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

15 Jan 1862

Mar mum rime, babe whs. Tao aon tutor. I. Mr. peels° Mil Mr. Mini.' prom Mk egad, a Nut the Thea herd thek Mask is at Mr Mk Om bed Mr emir, es, a pas le as rah Lam • sad he le • did whit than et the bellow Bari Cu. 'Amy as tbs meld be he beat ad, althea'

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Midland Tribune

Midland Tribune Offaly, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1900

Sduoational Ion: nal published. Sale Pam- E. !Derry and bone, Tollamine; Mr I Portarlington, Mr TuthilL • I Shanahan, narks; Mr way; Mr Nualiber, 'e ID y best Team; Mr Muller, Mountreah; Mr lkienderry, and all the ha Ireland; or through le &yr wl S Port free

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

3 Dec 1862

stewurt, wbo was employed an farm bailiff by Mr C M l'aldieutt, of lloldehrook Grange in the county of Warwick, alaronded with some of his master's money and that area, who had bred with Mr t!aldis. colt as lady's mail, dieappeancl somewhat mysterenisly

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

18 Aug 1900

entitled to use rods. It was stated the fishery board would appeal. Lady Pirbright has been cleated as the first lady member of the Guildford and District Ride Cluh. Several other ladies have ,ignilied their readines , w loin. 'I he 'uncial of the 01 Italy

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

29 Jun 1876

and other igilta Henderson lagged to second Mr. Wo,ds' motion. The chairman before giving his support to the prp..l. would like to have a arpl oration from Mr Weals us to what be meant by other rights. Mr. Hackett said if he did anything. he would mine

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Midland Tribune

Midland Tribune Offaly, Republic of Ireland

1 Dec 1894

laments in last ; it was a hardship Mr. Ihtwling out of the bolding whet kin held for three years. Mr. Poe solicitor, behalf of therapies* Bell. thought Mr. Dowling** offer l Lyster. solicitor said that his Ali. were old ladies, were the only wrested in the

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Leinster Reporter

Leinster Reporter Offaly, Republic of Ireland

6 Jan 1923

charity's sake with Mr. Eagan. SURPRISE FOR ROBBERS. Three armed men ent.red the publichouse of Mr. Rody Kennedy, Killeen (Nenagh) , and one of them ha►ing threatened him. demanded money. Mr. Kennedy called his wife and another lady residing in the house

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