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

Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

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

13 Jun 1835

having mairierl sisters. Mr. Browne «»s an English gentleman of the old school, and having no family his regards fell upon Sir C, Grant and his two daughters. the father left his landed estate, and to each of the two young ladies upwards of £40,006. At

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1863

Tatlow’a waa pending ud Ulto Mr. Clifford to haewhau concerned. It to etatad that whm Mr. CUSord on* out the leaf w»* aeeoan panted Mr. XhanueSattoa, and ; SiSKt=SSSSS bnt accepted ball. How Lobd Ltsdhuut bbckited Good News. —Mr John CodST. übewu then oiled

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

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

27 Nov 1841

Lord Mayor said that was his present ooinion. Mr Guinness presumed that his lordship would receive the notice, and decide to the propriety of putting it the council on the next day of meeting. The Lord Mayor said that if his opinion were the same then

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

19 Sep 1846

redeemed his word, and Bulhakoff was free. companions in captivity would fain have quitted the fortress within the hour; but the liberated prisoner lingered. gave no reason for his de* Jay ;he ofiered.no explanation-of his motives; simply announced his resolution

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

10 Oct 1840

survivors was in the aet of reloading hit musket, when the Uev. Mr. Robinson, curate of Gort, interfered ia the most intrepid manner, and the soldiers were ultimately secured. Uefore Mr. Robinson's courageous interference the country people, who were

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

11 May 1861

oeads, the idiot his gesticulstiooi, and the dumb hoy clung to his lather with fiantic shrieks. Now the dreadful thought upon their minds that me Infant bad been ealrit'd off by a bird of prey, and that his half brother was delighted his riddance of an

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

19 Dec 1863

by Mr. Kean. Thus, if Hr. Kesn were given out for Benedick on. a Tueedav, Mr. Sullivan played the same character an the Monday previously, the object apparently being todnU the edgn of the playnofaig appetite for the pametdsr character in which Mr. Kran

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

16 May 1868

and singular contour and who has listened to his eloquence, not tp m the universal Farewell,’’ and, the . Reqviwt in lulc lie was here had his detractors and his enemies. Some could not express their for his universal knowledge m language too strong ;■

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

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

12 Apr 1833

°*’ ibl ,t LADI ES’ ittiS APRIU those his Sjjhere file, who may hear read ri re s»nd, justice, ma il ig^^^imltod Court DRESS aw F.VEN.ISO UkESS.—Tbn it. . . . fully ihreutened to leMt aside, whilst the-mB for old fashion*, which are adapted His knowledge

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1824

end to his life bv cutting his own throat; not before left letter detailing the sores he -ptirlbined, and where bis master coold find them. Justice [m*- (rated bis not being wide aii cxample of, bis Lordship was not sorry to be spared accusing his odd and

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Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter

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

8 Nov 1845

saornty or -y fc ,uk« fc-W «i»W». w«k n we.l the Government, to the Jwje already said in sintlar tmileeti ns, iy ;• ■. ■; . :» hi.da oiaae .Cepp Is farther, that , kim/ier. •*-.: -. .. v «!•*.» tha .-.au-y, on,t “.. **■!*»•«» of the paaowtrr-alntVl/. >»*

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Roscommon Messenger

Roscommon Messenger Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

4 Feb 1860

<«”•. tlm urge y it inthnetn » at airn. off of *iy aoUt at 7 riae.be utamed Irlah lady. Miba foMottea that W. H. HtwaoH. journal., aroril Wo «o«» -. i i^Mtothu ituh «p-«.h >Mr «• ~ .. rireo rite •«• adage, iH»t *ll the tie. and rapoetobin lamdoo'axo IrialL

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Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette

Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

18 May 1878

IRELAND, ForGalwsy, Sligo, Limerick—From Mr. Sebastian M. Nolrd, Read Offices, Tuarn. For Cork, from Messrs MocKenie & Sons, Limited. Belfast and Londonderry, from Messrs. G. Heyn & Sons. At Liverpool from Messrs Laird & Adamson, 2 Adelaide Building*. At Bristol

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