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  • County: Waterford, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

12 Jul 1837

became know' bad corresponded of Fletcher, after the had been directed ** Mrs. taken to another laia, and who opei from its contents that lady made the person for whoi toat the Mrs. Wy' received the lettei. tiff; and in conseqi mistake of the lettei set

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

18 Sep 1830

pnrehnse* and enjoj- its varieties during nearly two hours. Lady Mryrick, Lady Arahella Taiie, Lady Cecilia Latonche, Anna Marin Cust, Ladv Selina Bridgman, Lady Scott, Lady Bromley, and Lady Cha-nhers, condescended the maids, /tri> hm., in the service

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

22 May 1839

language hi* illustrious friend—declined to stipulate that will not his duty, the stipulation being the price of admission to office; has declined to be by bargain tbs responsible minister of Sovereign whom he was not tots permitted to advise, Mr. Hawes

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

5 Jul 1828

JspvesOfi (imver), find the gat lloifonrable Henry Hohh«us» were, bv ■'command of hi* Majesty* sworn hi* Majesty’s Mo*l !*rivy Coiuicil, and look their respective pliM'e* His has In-t pleased appoint the Karl of Iwtird Lieutenant the County N orttimplou

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

23 Jun 1827

tbe defendant according to his own showing. In this case again, Mr. M’Cabe would be considered entitled to plaintiff’s gratitude; but that indeed his merit seems to be greatly diminished by his unceasingly foster- the mind of Mrs. Hussey the recollection

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

5 Jun 1830

lv. lo di-nbarge his Mr. sl certainly *hould ‘ vote for (he mol of t(.e Hon and Maiubrc f r CU.o. t'n.a aitiug, l•>lllilt«d him elf the p cesdent great wnn, Mr Fo», wlm, when ler great man. Mr. Pitt who had anbseq-ienlly clianged his . pinion), moved

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

18 Feb 1832

them presented pistol and fired at Mr. O.—- ’file ball perforated his coat, bat fortunately dnaa him no other injury. Mr. Grubb in, wrare happy to stale, not dnngeronslv injured, tbo* Ids face, bead nnd other parts his body, are much swollen sad bruised

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

13 Apr 1839

Carlow. The meaning of which is just this—a trick delude Mr. Bruen into a belief that be cannot vote npon the 15th inst. But this will not succeed. Mr.- Gisborne, by nbandoiring hi* petition, has placed Mr. Brucn’s right, View article

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

22 May 1844

trustee, and to his sucoelsora, the Roman Catholic Bifhoji*. memorial was readhy Mr. Clarke, from llie uihabitants of Patriek-strcet, and Slepbentlieet, culling the attention of the corporation to the Improvement of the localities. . Mr. Nicholson wished

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

22 Dec 1827

distinguished Nobleuitn. Next to his Lordship were the llonoaratde Mr. Baraowall, Mr. Fitzwilhom Hume, Hume Wood, Colonel Allen, and Mr. .fames Grattan. To the left of the Chair* sat Lord Kossmore, Mr. I’ierso, Mr. Fonsouhy, and Mr. Henry Grattan. Sir John Burke

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

9 Jan 1836

year, and an increase of £344,222 on the quarter. 20. Mr. Raphael addresses letter to the electors of Carlow, containing serious charges sgainst Mr. O’Connell. Ireland. • v - tender me one pou 27. Mr. Mathews, the comedian, died at Daven- „ ' y-MBEH. .

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

14 Jun 1828

happened to leave his spectacles at home, galloping on runaway horse towards concealed marl-pit, docp and yawning, such a rne swallowed a gentleman of the name of Mark Curiiu a [so long ago that you probably forget the circumstance], with hi* horse, sword

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

5 Jan 1828

and not trying his patience too much, in what will at first something like task. Thirdly, it presents the attraction of news, it tells of the harvest, tlie pi ices of cattle ami corn, the speeches and doings of the Scots and English Lairds in Parliament

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