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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1905

union at once etJtab.ighed •between Mr Keir and the EnniskillinctH when it became known that he a brother of much-respected lady amongst us—Mrs Thompson, Erne View. But Mr Kerr did not confine either his attention or his assidutics the natives of the inland

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

8 Sep 1888

literature, and eoutmerce Lore to. presented, awl Um philosopher from Lis study, the •rtiaan from his workshup, the ploughman from his fields, or the floe lady Irons her boudoir eon ascii and all gad somethiog to gratify, instruct aud amuse thorn. Cheap

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1912

though he had frequer of his views he hardly ever His Nationalism. I>r. Clancy was all hit and ardent Home Ruler, years, past doubled his to the funds of the Irish ed out in a- character in the Irish Independent, pastorals his have been argument against

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Sligo Journal

Sligo Journal Sligo, Republic of Ireland

24 May 1839

| law of Lord J. Russell. . „ . Counters of Burlioaton-Sirter of Lord Mnrpem. Lady Barham—Wife of old consistent Whig. Lady I'oriinau—Wife of a Whig peer, who recei.ed his peerage from the present ministry. Ijidv Widow Whig peer, and sitter —Wife of an

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

17 Oct 1942

Previously taught in Rehnullet and of Mrs. Lelinda Kennedy. other centres. He was a most ex. l of Air. liter Kennedy, Rathailing teacher, all his interest Irving k extended to centred ill his pupils. Many of his:het husband chtltiren. .Atatilter past

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

7 Nov 1914

was held in very high esteem by his brothers of the legal profession, and his courteous character and kindly disposition made for him a host of friends Sligo. Tully has transferred his business to Mr Thomas Williams, Crown Solicitor, with whom has lodged

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1908

necessary arrangements: Mrs Mrs M'Caffrev, Mrs - Mrs Campbell, Jackson, the Lady Mayoress, and Mrs Smyllie, Verv Rev Dr Cummins, Adm., Oonington* Col looney; Archdeacon Loft us, Ballymote; Doctors Miartgpn, Flanagan, Laird, and Frazer. His Worship the Mayor

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Sligo Journal

Sligo Journal Sligo, Republic of Ireland

1 Jan 1830

) the asms parties were tried before lAird Tentftrden and ft special jury, charge of having libelled the King and his Government, with intent defame and degrade his Majesty, and to bring him into contempt with his subjects. The libel, which was retd the

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

7 Dec 1912

respected and beloved for his straightforward, gentlemanly and generous manner. He was the soul of hospitality, and many of his friends and acquaintances have pleasing recollections of the many social gatherings around his festive l>oard. His remains were taken

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

17 Apr 1858

E*q M left his res Mernon-square, on Tuesday for Londou, attend his parliamentary duties _ . , Sir C..i»n M ha. left hit residence, for Ijondon, to resume bis atleudaoce in the }> j,,, | | t hi« reiitlcnco, KiIIiDCJT tor London, to attend hi. parliamentars

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

16 Nov 1979

night next. LADIES' WESTERN ALLIANCE Ist nett Mrs J. O'Donovan, Co. Sligo, 2nd nett Mrs U. O'Connell Co. Sligo. 3rd nett Mrs M. Mc Cualey. Longford. 4th nett Mrs E. Connolly. Longford, sth nett, Mrs J. Keane. Ballaghaderreen 6th nett Mrs C. Iloyyley,

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1914

O’Boy; treasurer. Mr O Healy; football captain, Mr T M'Donnell; vice-eaptain, L Oilgan; captain (hurling), Mr F Kally; vice-captain, Moylan. Next meeting of committee Monday, 12th October. Motor Cars 1 The well-known motor firm of Mr. (lilbridc, Stephen

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

18 Oct 1873

which included Miss Cl ea ry. NOM J Glynn and Farrell. tenor, and Mr Kavanagh, waisted by several accomplished amateurs very effective. The organ was presided over by Mfr J Y Glynn, with his characteristic ability. V.. programme of music, which was jadis

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

31 Dec 1859

all—the Rev. peter has already offered his subscription of £'*•> to given whenever it may called for. Example, however, was not needed—for where is the Irish Cul.'-o c who would not give his h,si -miy the •sum his Roman Father [cheers]. friends I thank

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1898

resumed yesterday morning. Mrs Convoy was examined in regard to what transpired in the shop when Mr Fletcher went in for the loan of £2, and he was got to put bis name on a stamp, making it appear his account was con ect. His Honor said that the books

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1897

follow the footsteps of bis uncle, the late Mr Peter O’Connor. Mr Cullen was father-in law the present High Sheriff, Mr Anthony Guilloyle, for whose good lady ther«J is much sympathy her bereavement. Since his death the business houses iu Sligo are all

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1875

cars stetted, Mr Do you canvass for Mr Colleary ? Ido sometime., Colleary's waiting until Mr Walelie got abreast bet lam not paid for it. Patrick Gray swore that he was standing at his of him, when he (Mr Colleary) gave slash and drove Mr Waleles oar or

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1939

President, Mr. D. M. Huuley, presided, j tin death of Mr. John Lambert, which mutual assistance in the event Of . I ''' , Swing ® an< '- , Admission, J l ' extsting e°st of living, the Sligo Ire. Mary Anna Kelly. Drnm.ease. UrS-! i, , th Secretary (Mr. J

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1853

gentleman thanked his audience for the kind sympathy they had displayed towards Mrs. Stowe, and for their hearty assistance to the anti-slavery cause. The C'liAtniiAN, in conducting Mrs. Stowe the front the platform, begged that the ladies and gentlemen present

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1877

Wednesday, Mr GlNAstone was presented ‘:itli tie freedom of the city of Dublin in the Council Chamber. A large crowd anfterublad outside the hall en.l cheered Mr Gladstone on his arrival in the cointiany of Mrs amid Mhos Gladatooe and laird Monck. lusiile

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