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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

12 May 1832

questions pnt Mr. G'Gonkelx., soi lie wrote the letter to (he Committee, his el and their itioruey, hut had no coun 'xioti with the printing it.^ Mr. KilsoTi was then etdled in, and said was the attorney the committee, «nd the letter I.ore his and his printer’s

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

5 Oct 1855

HAIiMNASIjOK KAIU—VmKUUT. Tim nabeml Hi our aamkl Mr, which ao m Cnlwra (a tha kin#Com. The sheep hesen t« to the defaeecso Oarhally from the aarlWat boar, unr ere tliejr ell View article

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

6 Mar 1841

Chester Castle, after undergoing iraprisonraent for Chartism, tig days of his terra were remitted, enable him to attend funeral of his father. ROME—On the purification of our Lady, hi* Holiness assisted at the High in St.Feter's, anti bless: and distributed

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1858

may pan tho Staff Callago. Ona fart (laid Mr. Bright la tho dabata n tba Daty) had ban reiatod by at only that la twaaty bad paid ffld.ooo to writonaad aathora, and la tha tbapo of par doty. Maaara W tod H Laird hart lataed maathly ata> tlatieal of trada

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

22 Nov 1870

CHARGE LIBEL AGAINST A LADY. In the Queen's Bench, Thursday morning, before Mr. Justice Mellor, Mr. Justice Lush, nod Mr. Justice Hannor. Mr. Powall, Q.C., with whom Mr. Peff, applied for rule «i« for a criminal information against a Lady Waters, the wife of

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Clonmel Herald

Clonmel Herald Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

28 Nov 1832

sanctuary in-their chutches Mr H»k«—Certainly, you hr.ve not. The it laid however,, tot h-.ve Uen I'ecU’mtd . t ale tellt may all falre m good time, and became Earl ol Cumber * Mr Minthu I-What can Ido with tbi» poor laird, t • » fellow mutt not be let

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Nov 1857

with which treated bis subject Mr. O’Neill certainly tba bast lecturer the day upon the subject has chosen. No one can listen to him and not convinced that has command an intimate acquaintance with ancient and anthers; and his method of referring and critl

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Sep 1834

d by his Lady, to bis Castle on the coast of St Clair, nearKyde. in the Isle of Wight- The voyage was made his Lordship’s yacht, vessel as large a ten gun brig. During the voyage ii is Lordtbip’s surgeon died. On 1 uesday last Mr. Green made his second

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Clonmel Herald

Clonmel Herald Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

8 Jun 1833

health. Mr. Lairde, are liappy state, was in the best health and sptrits —Liverpool Time*. , -• It ia stated that Mr. Littleton baa been reeleetedfor South Staffordshire. gy 'We refer oar readers to Mr. Mathews’ card—contradicting the report of his declining

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1866

proof that Mr Laird, M.P. fur Birkenhead, like the “old Englishgeutlemau” immortalised in verse, who, “ while he all the great, he ne’er forgot die poor, have only to mention that in remembrance of Mr H. Laird's marriage, the Messrs Laird presented each

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Clonmel Herald

Clonmel Herald Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

9 Sep 1835

heii, and miut, in the event of hi* death without male inane, go to distant and hated relative, took no pain* to coneeal hi* increating chagrin and disappointment on *very fresh addition to the family. Once mure hi* Lady tva* drawing near her confinement

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

20 Apr 1850

her own pace, and •non allowed the Laird to pass her—his lairdship rapidly making on Souvenir, who arrived first nt the wall, the big fence of the race—Souvenir led over it, lock the Laird fell heavily, escaping from his rider, so bis chance was now up.

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

15 Jan 1834

32day*. Hi; tMr. Laird and Lieutenant Allen, who had ttae ui* ther deader had returned to England, doacendiiijf the river with the (learner on their way hack to ie coaat. Th's waeon the 12th of July. Lander linnn' lately arranged that Mr. Laird siiould

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

9 Jun 1863

Major. ' I'm his baggage ! Old Hateful, replied tbs demure damsel, putting her rosy lips into the prettiest pout. * Old Hateful* sobsided. Tbs young man cane in, extended his arm protectingly, almost caressingly, about his baggage and Mr. Conductor started

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1841

Gloucester, hi* Royal the three carnages accompanied by his Serene Duke of Sussex, his Koyal Highness the Duke of Highness Prince Edward of Saxe and 1 his Royal Highness Prince George of attended the ountess of Sheffield, Hon. ' i*s j Cambridge; hi* Serene

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1832

freedom could not aided his advocacy. Mr. Brougham had become laird Chancellor, and from the fiery democrat was changed to high aristocrat. Let Lord B. recollect the fate of the Roman schoolmaster, who was scourged through the camp by his pupil*. The Irish

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

30 Aug 1864

enforced the lairds to gang to the master. The what he stole, or where and when, no chro- pyj-jd 0 a dj e ladies whose acquaintance his solacing the assurance of the man to bis wife as possess a bouse in Ireland, and is in tbe very ism. Mr. Sinnamon said

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

3 Feb 1865

Hainton there died, in 1816, Samuel rs, aged fifty-two ; and his body with single coffin, weighed fifty stone, or raven hundred pounds. In 1764, died Mr. Jacob Powell, of Stabbing, in Essex; his body wsa about five yards in circumference, and weighed five

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1863

—One Sabbath evening, tbe Laird of Birsieknowe had been catechising the Tenth Commandment Thou abait not covet thy neighbour'• how*; then •hilt not eorat thy neighbour'! wife.’ 4c., mad after ditmieeing the merrmnU tb« laird and hi* jmfly faced aon were sitting

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Jul 1847

that the affliction of the young lady • con; aumption. The fund but foobah faiher, m tb, hope of hi* daughter’* life, at t.gnlh«l Ida wi.liet to the tamily of Tu«hi*la«, that tie young man might recalled, and that hi< -„lh hi. daughter ab.iuld beaolemn.ied

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