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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

28 Nov 1873

exclaiminjr, ' J<»hn, H.i* iny wijr thin in t !* until John r j >in d, * Imre's nae walo o’ I’itmossi • r!’ and induced him to rORDnm the dripping covering. is told the samo worthy, that once who far that ho could u<> no fiiitla r, his host, in order satisfy

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

17 Apr 1863

of their complete approval of his public life their invitation his son, Mr. lon Tram Hamilton, of whom there is nothing ' more expected than that should “ follow in his father’s footstep*.*’ The requisition calling upon Mr. lon Hamilton has already received

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Mid-Ulster Mail

Mid-Ulster Mail Tyrone, Northern Ireland

27 Apr 1895

I.KfIKD HOMISH INTKRFERi:N( WITH A DYING LADY. \ ,*asc Romish interference with dying lady 1,,, |ii.t occurred in Killyman. Tlie facts of ..f a- follow : There residid Kim Lcdje. Ilian, widowed lady Mrs. Mahon -wlmsc husband was gentleman ofnicana. ami

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

13 Feb 1846

afterwunls, the nr. sen.-e hi* daughter law. (•raey glanced .piisilv from her v*.-rk Ids cn I ranee, hut started on perceiving who it was, and still i.ion- at hi.' pule fire and uncovered hair. 1 hi* time for r. r. mom, said the old Laird excited c, which gradually

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

19 Oct 1906

fueitrim, the and Countess of Wicklow, Mr. and Lady lodagh Anjon. . tr- Justice, Mrs. and Miss Koss, and lord Herschell. M Newtownstcwart the railway station haa undergone a great transformation, under the direction of Mr. Allister. Evergreens and flags were

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Mid-Ulster Mail

Mid-Ulster Mail Tyrone, Northern Ireland

17 Aug 1895

But then, it must be remembered that nearly every Scotch judge is a laird” in a small way, and has a local designation ready to hand. Mr. Matthews has not preserved his nams in his peerage, but bat extinguished it in the title of Viscount Llandaff. It

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

10 Dec 1880

accepting his proposal for u farm. lie repeated conversation at which was present the house of his uncle. Mr. Maxwell, Finnchroguc, which S-adch laird tin* propriety of inervtuing the rent ti- such a-s t*> aW<*rb the Tenaut-riglif. suggesti'*n wlucli Mr. Maxwoll

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Mid-Ulster Mail

Mid-Ulster Mail Tyrone, Northern Ireland

20 Aug 1904

proceedings had terniissat• • day remained fine throughout. The principal speaker at the meeting was Mr. Joseph Devlin, M.P., who was accompanied by Mr. J. T. Donovan. Belfast. When the two meth-nun arrived at the railway station they were my..rilisl a

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Strabane Chronicle

Strabane Chronicle Tyrone, Northern Ireland

20 Aug 1910

attend his eider Mrs %tittering having some to make and name riiite to pay, and fading that :wr unexpectedly brief visits to Thames had pared tier time for both, did not tarn to ail upon limey, fearing that .-nlv disto•ti the interview hie and Lady Worley

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

24 Apr 1846

distinguished pamphlets and sermons, i April I!», his house, id. I Brook-street, (iencral . Sir Moore Disnev, K.C.8., the Slat year of his age Dkstu Titk Karl Krroi The Karl of Kr ! roll. Hereditary laird High Scotland, expired : on Sunday morning, the

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

8 Dec 1871

Spanish Main, Trollope Mill on Floes, George Eliot Cranford, Mrs Gaskcll Verucr’s Pride, Mrs Wood East Lynn do John March mi unt’s Legacy, Miss BradJon Diaries of Lady Quality A Fust Friendship Diary Mrs Kitty Trcvylyan Chronicles of tho Sobonberg: Cotta Family

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

7 Jan 1848

graced Mr. Jardaitie’s long desolate house; the voice and smile of affection once more him home after his day’s work ; loving h *«rl studied his comforts, and ministered to his enjoyments; and wonmn’s ran* and tenderness guided and iruined his child.

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Strabane Chronicle

Strabane Chronicle Tyrone, Northern Ireland

20 Dec 1902

MR. R. I. BLAIR. The display in the premises of Mr J Blair's well-known eateblishment is very attractive indeed, and reflects the *most credit on the refined taste of his popular and amiable assistants, Miss MClemants and Miss Laird. All the year round

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

13 Aug 1847

was formed. Soon after the arrival of the hearse, the mourning coaches, whieh were Mr. John O’Connell, Mr. Morgan O’Connel, Mr. Maurice O'ConneU, Mr. D. CyConnell, Mr. C. Fitzshnon, and other friends ard relatives of the deceased, arrived, and weie admitted

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

20 Jan 1905

30 p.m. on Tuesday (3rd mat.) Defendant then said. ‘*l was talking to Mr. Johnston’s herd-boy at that hour.” On the following day witness visited defendant’s place, and searched his overcoat, but found no ammunition in k. On the completion of this deposition

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

12 Apr 1850

noticed Claud Hamilton, M.P., the Marchioness of Abercorn, and Lady Claud Hamilton; the Ladies Hamilton and Lord Hamilton ; Lady Henry Russell; the la>rd Bishop of Derry and Rapboe; Hon. Mrs. Pom son by, and the Misses Ponsooby; the Very Rev. the Dean of

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Mid-Ulster Mail

Mid-Ulster Mail Tyrone, Northern Ireland

10 Dec 1932

any raprewntotive to attend three Stall—Aire. Gaston, Mrs. 83 K so he’s looking more like himself, Minuter of Homo Affair* and tbe In- mmm nat Alorriaon. Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. JQ V M mid maybe he’fl hi* work and they were and bad The Andrew Lennox, Mre.

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

20 Jul 1900

were first in the Land Courts. Mr. M‘Clelland—s-Yon are wrong. Chairman It is travelling wide of the point. Mr. Muldoon—lt has been made a party question. Mr. M'Clelland—Mr. Clarke was jthe first to make it a party question. Mr .1 J Lyons said there was something

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Tyrone Constitution

Tyrone Constitution Tyrone, Northern Ireland

6 Sep 1907

seated Mr. Beattie and Mr. 'lhomas Sloan. M.P., and others entered the town, they met with a most hostile reception, the crowd in the streets yelling fiercely. The outburst was renewed the crowd inside ■ the hall when Mr. Beattie, accompanied Mr» ■y 1

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Tyrone Courier

Tyrone Courier Tyrone, Northern Ireland

8 Jan 1903

any rate, it was something serious—and Mr. Barrett lost his temper. Everyone stampeded out of his way. He strode into his dressing-room with flashing eyes, and so indignant did he feel that he incontinently dashed his hat with great violence into the corner

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