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

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1876

telegraphed for his wife, but we. strangely surprised to receive by the next train a se-1y instead. Let hope that when he returned home his explanation of the trick the telegraph had played him accepted by his wife as sufficient excuse for his **absence without

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Tipperary Vindicator

Tipperary Vindicator Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

2 Aug 1864

H. Hupter, Eaq. Secretary and Clerk of Course—Mr M. Carey. FIRST STEWARDS MATE. Handicap of £6O. added lon Sweepstakes of £3 each —2 , about 3 miles over tl.e Steeplecli sse Course. Second horse to save his stake. To close and name on the sth August, and

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

21 May 1881

(lough, leer►. Mrs. Hamilton. 1t0 A. M. Mr•. Mop[fowl. Mr. It. 11. 1. X.. &Amara.. ]ln. T. Mir. Dam Mrs. Darrell. Ma. ilk, IMAM. Bellevue Flare Mr•. lan W. 4, Iriohtorn. Merallery. • Mk* . • Ty4d. • Mui.leville. The Trtnaurer of the CountyTkprawry

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1882

people of this country ; his interests and his sympathies, and his sole ambition were to see his country prosper, and to do something to serve her. Tho only reward he sought was their sympathy and friendship Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald—Mr. Vice-chairman and ge

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1864

Stratfordupon-Avon (loud cheers) —his own Stratford-upon- Avon—that Stratford upon Avon, around which all we know of Shakapeare—all, except his undying works, is exclusively clustered—here, on about the most central ground of his owndair England, where I cannot

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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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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

28 Nov 1894

G} ford, Mr., lire., and the Mime. U'Orsdy, Mv. L O'Orady, Mr. S. o'ond,, Mr., Mn., lad the Mimes Conyers, Mr. and Mrs. sod Lady kermoy, Viso:mat and Viscosities. Maaser one, and Lady Fathearrese Chichester, tieneral the Don. David Frame ' Lady and Mir

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1863

Cross-examined by Mr. Grace—Had • stick—a light one; was not drunk; bad only drunk six glasses of porter; seven or eight persons of whom be was one, had only drunk two half gallons of porter between them. Mr. Gr a ce asked wan his brother drank, when

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

20 Dec 1864

exposure of his conduct to any damage! they could give her, his argument went long way to invalidate the strength of his reasoning that she did endeavour to extori money, and that the plea of justification was far proved. When he concluded, Lady Wilde was

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

8 Mar 1864

sixtli week had so pleased Mr. Beverley and his side is flic weight of this position and character • b ' ' sure ll , riv ® ®* . r ‘nything to forfeit. 1 When you worry your horse by pulling at the of wir(? ha bcen drawn across his hand. .. « Pormgd W

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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

11 Apr 1862

smothering hi* wife, Mistreee Emilia might have come and sworn and pretested; and Gusto, with the handkerchief about hi* kg, might have been in time to set the mind of the valiant Moor restand potthe Venetian dog to eonforion. How happily Mr. and Mrs. Romeo

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Midland Counties Advertiser

Midland Counties Advertiser Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1863

is the family a small laird, he fell ia love With the 'three daughter Yam whose mind ha wakened into thought, sad firth led into the of pastry . was to ham monied him, bat net moil be got a parieh, fos the laird would uotporml* his fair star to awe in any

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

16 Dec 1876

coot of the pump. Mr. Davi* hoped the above communication would lead to is atttistactery settlement of the matter. Mr. Shot, add it would not. The guardian* would adhere to their original resolution. Mr. 0' Donnell agreed with Mr. Shoe. Mr. Ihdlucan said

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1861

afforded us last night by Mr. Inglis, whose lecture upon the Life and Character of Elizabeth Fry, was worthy of that estimable Christian lady. The deportment and delivery of Mrs Inglis was marked by an easy self•possession, perfectly lady-like, and full of

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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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Tipperary Vindicator

Tipperary Vindicator Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

30 Jun 1865

illegitimate child. Mr O'Qrady prosecuted and Mr Murphy defended the case. Licenses were applied for bj the following Mr Charles Daly, Charlotte’s Quay (a transfer), granted. Mr F DonnelUn, Thomondgate (a new U« cense), (rente 1. Mr Nesbitt Long, Queen

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1884

s of Mr. Rozbereeilt MOWS. Do the guardian. propose to go oa with that P Mr. E. O'Doaaell—lbey do. I the pier dleseats. Mr. man MS IhimesU. Mr. —ls this esteoge aim the guerdisse pro' , Mr. Mesee—Yee. I WM it could be • good thing. A pgpored. Mr. h tbe

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

6 Jan 1875

beyond his lip., and • chin which extended straight before him and almost met his nose. When visitors at the inn gave him a gratuity, he received it on his chin and held it font there with his nose till he deposited it in his money-box. With his nose he

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

14 Jul 1866

seek donveries as indeed him to pursue hi Scotland, sad he proceeded via Olapw. the of the he remind he strictly private, and for his own a. Laud.' Cakes his ant a 5.,.,. to hers he had all bat the .best of his sissies by dreppiag is the a was is however

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