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  • County: Tipperary, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1870 - 1879

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

21 Sep 1872

rather too ottentive to • young lady, the daughter of an old Highland laird The intimacy between the pair is the Highlands, viler, the former had his Mooting lodge near the reside., of young lady's M.P. on rapainnie to his lodge to recruit hilmelf M. the

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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 Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

20 Aug 1879

and Mr. Joseph Benson, of Kane. For horses and horse-jeunping-MT. Aaheten Biddulph and Mr. Gerald. Foley, &edged by Mr. W. T. Trench, of Iseighton. For wool-Mr. Timothy Maher, Mr. John ). Brien. For butter-Mr. John Dwyer, 'fimothy Maher, and Mr. John

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

23 Mar 1870

yours. Now, the laird was not discomfitted, but returned to his residence, Blacket Hall, put his house in order, and his dogs in training, for he knew that heads were cheap and the king's humour not easy to be turned snide, and placed his trusty keeper

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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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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1873

ideality hi ton. with his geen lievelisk his his opreeles and be biome beespoesie* to the hit kw& imealleilipe if We SO has a ibeel le de Moe as he is. TWO Cessa—liweee co flatentay eartdied the owes the revised aed at 17. 24. at 41,141 16.24. his stated

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1874

did any gentleman here, that Mr. Toylor was abased. Mr. Egan—Were you present when be used these remarks? Mr. Hensenty—l mu present. Mr. Egan—Why then did you not call on Mr. Taylor to retied or explain his statement,? Mr. lienneeny—l was quits certain

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

22 Mar 1876

formal of the pour rate.. . . . Th., mono'. was .upporteil by Mr. C. Lewi., Sil U. Bowy. r, Mr. 11. Law, Mr. 11. Herbert, Mr. Brun, pt Nolan, 1/r. %Vara, Sir P. O'Brien, Mr. Sullivan, llntl Mr. O'Reilly. Sir M. BEAcH said the kreat object the Government

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

19 Jan 1876

when he lost his temper and struck one of the natives with • cane. lie was immediately killed, and the natives then MU in • body to Mr. Birch's bathroom, which was built on two floating logs. His orderly, who was at the entrance, promoted his gun, but seeing

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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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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

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

11 Apr 1877

Think, 6 Ilst S Mr. John Gobbine's b g Thiggin The, aged (including r intr.) 1 Ist Mr. H. Rape b g Foxhound, 6 ye,, 10st b Mr. T. b b Bold Brennan, 6 yes, llb Mr. Moorie be h Bellisophon, 6>,.. 104 Copt. (Tubbing's b g Highland laddie, 104 Mr. R. Moire',

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Tipperary Free Press

Tipperary Free Press Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

1 Nov 1870

Tonne—oan claims bolt accidents. He has Lis ritfbt hip, right knee, right big toe, two ribs his right side, his right wrist and his rijjht collar l»one broken and his right shoulder filled with buckshot, and is all right now. Some men seem delight in wanton

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1879

congratulations to his lordship on his marriage, and stated that the brethren prayed that the great Architect of the universe might be pleased to grant him and his and happiness. Lord Carwirvon, in reply, said that on behalf of Lady Car- Duro° and himself

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Tipperary Vindicator

Tipperary Vindicator Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

15 Feb 1870

o,,f The literature Irish Land Uaeatiou” has nO,T ' grown aince .Mr Butt broached scheme of laud reform in his Plea for the Celtic Race, an Air Mill laid down basis for argument in his pamphlet “England and Ireland. Since the even later of these works

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

28 Jun 1879

was married in 186.5 to a lady very much his junior in and in codicil to his he risites that he bad by deed charged his property with a year for his wife, and therefore tout from her any benefits conferred by will. One of Mr. Sullivan's aisters having

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Tipperary Vindicator

Tipperary Vindicator Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

11 Feb 1870

mom- : hers the oath seals: Mr. II Giadstono, for Whitby ; Mr Cunliffe Brooks, for East Che- j shire ; Cap.vin G. Nugent, for Longford ; Captain Seymour, for Antrim ; Mr Holland, fur shire ; Mr Kny Shuttleworlh. for Hustings; Mr. Gordun, for Glasgow University

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

4 Mar 1876

instructed by Mr. Bolton, Crown Solicitor. it Thorn. Power, on the 9th of October last, at The prisoner was defended by Mr. Lover and Mr. Si nagli. The prisoner wan defended by Mr. Curtis. Crean, instructed by Mr. Sheppard. Serjeant Armstrong. and Mr. O'Hare

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Clonmel Chronicle

Clonmel Chronicle Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

3 Dec 1879

Provincial Bank; Mrs. lt. Toppin ; Mr. and Miss Scott, Kilbeg : Mrs. and the Miss ; Mrs. and Miss Lindsay, Bailintemple Rectory; Rev. R. Cleary ; Mr. Baiter; Mr. Bradshaw ; Mr. Hall; Mr. Caldwell; Mr. Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Lopdell, R.1.C.; View article

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