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  • County: Tipperary, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

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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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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

14 Apr 1869

niche dukedom of Bedford; in 1847 Lady Jsne Harriet BC/UW*li! married Mr. William Ellis, and Lady Eleanore C. Paget married Sir Sandford Gramm. fart; to 1649 Lady Mary Charlotte Howard married Lord Foley. and Lady Caroline A. Lennon married the Karl

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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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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

12 Sep 1860

instants was conveyed by the on Tuesday worming of William Godfrey Youngnisn for ibe murder of his mother, his sweetheart, and his two brothers. Calereft read his lessen to 20,000 scholars. Sines the law recognises Calcraft as • teacher, sad rcaintains capital

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

9 Aug 1877

sent one of his children over to • neighbour for a share of his neighbour's honey, claiming that the bees had collected moat their honey from his choieest flowers. An honest man of Perth, being met on Sunday morning going from the church by his minister

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1860

those preecnt were Mr. Geo. Francis Train Mr. Pliny Miles, Mr. Laird, of the firm pf Laird and Walnuts 'Cowan, Aldermen lAiaahani Dut.lin ; Alderman Markey Dublin ; Dr. Maas-ell. i* I:sexing Mr. Frith, C. f.:. County Surreyor Dublin ; Mr Ili set% C.E. Baptist

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

4 Sep 1880

competed —Mr. It. Flynn's Disturbance ; 11r. Si. Flannigan'. Mistletoe ; Mr. J. Rem Zingari ; Mr. .1. Ilenly's The Knight; Mr. A. Dirk 's Zelds ; Mr. E. lletealle's limper, Csplain Bangle; Mr. W. Ward's Excelaior ; Mr. W. Cottoe's Bunker; Mr. J. ltfulluill's

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

28 Oct 1863

to withhold kis grief, he allowed hi. bead to fall upon his hands between his koem, his frame convulsed and trembling like en as while the tsars triokled from between his finger.. lie was too overcome to allow of his looking bleb or waving a cheerful

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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 Vindicator

Tipperary Vindicator Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

20 Dec 1867

which cannot be denied. In the first place, not single individual save laird Ash town and Mr Townsend knows anything of Dr. Donovan, the son of Protwtant Clergyman. Ash town writes to hi» airent, telling him he has a great recoct foe Dr. Dsnovan, hopes he

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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

5 Mar 1881

with acclamation. Mayor was reelected pr.*ident, Mr. C. Ambrow. captain, Mr. J. It. Cherry, rice-captain, and Mr. I l'lkenoghoe, h o n. see. Mr. Kelly was appointed assistantobecretary in roost Mr. J. Murphy, who was elected hon. treasurer. hr. Mackcs

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

16 Feb 1881

the matter thin wanner hi. wonderful talk. hi. fart. would Ilam.• with wrath or tern. dn. which hi. et Litollmi, and hi. ~rank a. bttor. , a olio/. Atom ; 1.01 it might that Mine droll import of the ratty Wlllll4 :oriole-My his rye, and the .Loren would

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1863

climate, or any physical difficulty, but the probability that when he and his fortunes are committed to the enterprise, lie will i find that his workpeople are his masters, and his ! fate is at the mercy of their ignorance, their idleness, or their cupidity

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

30 Dec 1864

ingle. gave hint his blessing, and departed, taking with ’.him his niece and the key of fliis dreary room, promising return and watch I his side. He came back in few momenta, and j while the impostor couched himself his mattrass , took his station again

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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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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1863

certain laird, not handrehis sport, or deemed the victims unworthy his lead, and

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