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  • County: Tipperary, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1859

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

22 Sep 1855

LONDON. EWELL Co. Bilk Mercers, Drapers, Caret Warehousim , n. Great Ado nt , ges will be loan I by Country Ladies who purshoo in Limiest, hi sending to this Establishment for their Silks, Mantles, Shawls, Ribbons, Inc.. the Beat Carpets, Damask Furniture

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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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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

28 Jan 1854

NAPOLEAN'S MEETING WITH HIS OLD TROOPS AFTER HIS FLIGHT FROM ELBA. But the Emperor at this imminent minis, was equal to his enterprise. The man so feeble on the the Brumarto retreating discontented and almost fainting in the arms of his grenadiers—the man

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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

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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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

22 May 1850

threw down the wall of Mr. Laird's; anderstands mills because he is • mason; if the weir remains would not give much money for Mr. Laird's mill. Cross-examined by Mr. O'llagan—Two of the breaches in the Rockbrook stream. above Mr. Laird's mill's were broken

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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

3 Sep 1853

but for the services ami seal of Mr. Honey. However, we are aasurod that towards the doss of tbs Exhibition, Mr. Hooey will present witness the consummation of bis ardent desires to reader subs tan. | tial service to his coontry. '« I r with rinean plnwira

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

25 Mar 1856

Jamra Lacy, to the pew of the Right Honourable Sir Thoinae Eatnomlc. and hi« devotion .during the oflVring of the holy ■eerifice waa moat remarknldc. lire. Ram and (he Rev Mr Kirk, who wax curate of the choich In that Sown until hie oonvermoo, arc expected

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

30 Nov 1850

y between his position there and his continuance in the Queen's College Professorship. To prevent any inconveoienee from • suspension of studies, Professor Shaw has most kindly consented to contiuue his lectures till the appointment of his successor.—Sonthern

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

5 Jun 1858

affidavit. opened by countel, it appeared that in the pending mil of o. MaYes. Mr Smith bad been rheum the respondent, Mr George Hayes, and the petitioner's case having been his nght to renewal ander a covenant contained in a :are made to him tome years

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

13 Jan 1855

eras only one of them loaded, as I soon found out by his placing his thumb on the lock of his firelock. Crack went my rifle and down he fell. One of the others noticing this came running up with his bayonet fixed, followed by the other two. I saw plainly

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

29 Aug 1857

agitation. and called for Sir Walton Wailer, wio we* is at. tetedatem, to hie bedside, and at his request helped to raise him his bed. He then ex'laird, • Watty what hi.? It u death! They Man we 1 ' awl in that 14161600, a woggle _ These three were called the

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

6 Feb 1858

board bk. ',ince acted :a e .. f wit► that opinion. Mr Christi. ►go Aomori (Jell a hasty opinion Oil .111 CD the beard relied. Mr said stall the was seen Mr Mr Lynch's opinion could lot be mien eJ to; Mr Lynch hod admitted he did not tally miderdand the

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

26 Jan 1850

have seen copied from his paper, for I don’t (hear). Mr. Pim proposes to hoirow money from read that paper. In the M'exfonl Guardian, where England, for the purpose of cairv ingout his scheme, there is powerful letter attacking Mr. Duffy for Now I believe

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

21 Mar 1855

Butler's lady; I knew his nephew, Mr. Thomas Butler ; he knew the young ladies; there was a courtship between him and one of them; after my marriage I was introduced to Mr. and Mrs. Somerset Butler; I know the pre: sent plaintiff was on terms of intimacy

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1859

nearly forty years —that is, from 1786 to '62s—this poet held by a Mr. Joseph Stainton. Upon his death this person was succeeded by • nephew, Mr. Joseph Dawson, while another nephew, Mr. Win. Dawson, became assistant manager. A third nephew and • cousin

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

11 Aug 1855

Anastasia as his countess in goteromeat what gel ) had been taken to remed y ilk ' now therefore before their lordships, and it would 1735. In four years after the Lady Henrietta unfortunate state of things tiist existed in the hospitals be his duty to lay

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

15 Jan 1859

of ratepayers to protest opium thew advances of salmi.. Mr Con, Mr Dickeumm, and Mr Dillon saverally saggested that it would be desirshle to unanimously agree on fixing the missies at £9O each. Mr Dooly said he was influenced by prin• eiplea and not by

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1859

lived bat for tbe short neriod his natural life How then could the foundation of Church to the end of time?-how confirm his brethren ?—how food (he lambe ai.d sheep ? Clearly not in his own proper iwreon, hut the person of his lawful successors the Roman

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