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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

6 Jun 1863

ed. Mr Roebuck notice that the 30th June he would submit his resolution on the subject the recognition of the Confederate States. Mr. Coningham gave notice that as amendment he should move the Insertion of the word not recognised. laughter. Mr Kerraud

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

3 Aug 1872

said ’brother, ns Brownie combed himself with the claws of his hind foot, making his toilet as carefully as cat, or a lady. We all did look at him, and all forgave his mischief, and admired his neatness, sagacity, and affection. All the world forgives

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1836

limit carnage, while Lady Dover piocteded to , lire residence of Mr. Bnrlcliaell. The noUleoien and young lolks proceed to lire courthouse, In a mio.liei ul respectable prisons, wbeie the aiblrpsws were li tbe Ib.ke u! Sutherland and laird A/er|« ilr , dm

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

7 Feb 1829

Supervisor the River Shannon, &c. His great grandson, George, obtained the estate of Worrobridge, tbe county Hereford bv his marriage with Mary, daughter and heir of Marlin Husbands, of Wormbtidge, Eso Robert, his eldest son and heir, roamed Elizabeth

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

14 Jun 1851

not for the life of him know how it was material. Mr. Fitzgibbon, with whom was Mr. M‘Donough, Q.C., said it was most material, for the tendency of it was to impute to Laird that be was a perjuror. Mr. Brewster then read the affidavit of the defendant’s

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

20 Apr 1844

*•* f * ** *Mr ritual . . , I : l . . • 1- MM* • t. ■ including Mr Geo Hamilton. MI Mr acknowledged his guilt, and the justice Ins the Imperial rarlnimcnt. his her right Hamilton. MP. Moony. Hodsentence, and seemed, fretn the time of his | lo 0 e rent

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

21 Jan 1854

jurisdiction. Mr. 11 aver, Q.C., was diet) cal'ed to answer the argument Mr. Smyth. Mr. Ilayos said he would prefer not being dl.sl on to argno th case until next mnrning, when ho would fully parcil. Mr. Armstrong, was tlte side with Mr. Smyth, said that

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

7 Apr 1866

and kmdlj neutlcmen in p the new comer have a the clerical man turne with thanks his lip presented the M-r. *1 grateful remark, l.n< yourself for your civi covered his disc.>lll(ol M.l’.’a would tarn GfIIXOTiNE cussions before the Minister Hta'e, j>)>irnals

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

4 May 1867

irony of V.OYCARNON, at Balivdanean, a. the house of Mrs Miller, the hour of 12 o’clock, o. 'lbursduy. the 25tli day of April, li-f.7, lb. Jiifttices who shall then and ihere ui>de, end «■ number not exceeding 5 Cessp.iyers to be selccitd halloi fiom

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

1 Oct 1836

• deceased iiudle.rian, [Mr. (’l.an.her* expresse,! I,is satisfaction prospeel of rewind to .Mrs, Dug,.el, who Hie wlio alf<Mr. Ilillyard, at the F.asl

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

4 Nov 1865

Prince and Princess. The ship-building yard of Messrs. Laird and Co. next attracted attention, and the Prince and Lord Dertf entered into an animated conversation with Mr. Laird, M.P., who, with his family, was on bosm. On passing her Majesty’s ship Donegal

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1863

longer attempting withhold his grief, he allowed his head to fall upon his handslietween s knees, his frame convulsed and trembling like an aspen, wiille the tears trickled from between his Angers. He was too overcome allow of his ' looking back or waving

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1863

support laird Palmerston, by some magical process they coul.i srperase Lord Palmerston from his Ministers He w m promises support laird palmehito'u reaHy promises also support E r' Rnsseil Mr. \ idlers Mr. Gladstone, and Mr. Milner O,bson, Mr. has had

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1834

before him ; went into Mr. Smith’s house and was told that his (Smith s) windows ''cross-examined Mr. Cranston—You worked for Mr. Smith before this ? Witness did. . Mr. Cranston —Why did you leave him. Witness —Wc had disagreement. Mr Cranston-On your oath

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1877

Idhl nnd Mr® and expressed graiifliJutiiift at In-ifiit once more oflidnjf lliem. ftefr eliftiCnta were aerred to all nidi eiindry Mr Kohertgoids direction, an!) after erf their laird’s liospitdlily, til® tenantry aßaifi oes'einbled in 'front of Hi® liOnee

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1861

onc« * • Hoot, no, Flihank- that la ao wlaa are bo- HtmW'atld the lady. •Scott llaialew ia a winsome voung laird. Would ye hang such ha, when lia’ three tl. d.whtera in the house The laird looked at wile with hall-angry, hall(ooImW You w«p» ever quicker

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

4 Feb 1860

which gave occasion to many gibes the laird’s expense. A young wag, by way of playing him off. asked him, in a contemplnous tone, * Is that the dame horse yon had last year, laird?’ Na,’ said the laird brandishing his whip in the interrogator’s face in so

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1871

except old ladies. To these he addressed hiui.- seld thus.- Oh, young lady, have pity op poor beggar 1” lie was singularly successful in his appeals. reply to an inquiry, explained his success thus: You see, sir plan pleases all the ladies. Some of ’em

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

9 May 1835

Proprietor of Nenagh, the Very Rev. Dean Holmes and Lady, the Rev. Mr. Moore of Newport, the Messrs. Bayley, of Ocbsboro; the family of Thomas Going of Traverston, Esq., Doctor Quin and his amiable Lady from Neoagb, and though last not least,” the Right

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

27 Jan 1877

diddled laird in his courting days. n-ed eouet the servants up at the hall, but, like m»«y other young chaps, cuarled theconk for tier bacon, and many night went home good roast under ids ana. One night got smoked ham away .with him, when met laird .coming

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