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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

23 Oct 1833

e audience of ladies anil gentlemen attended to hear Mr. Barron’s lecture Education, at the Town-hall, Thursday evening last. The learned gentleman commenced by a definition of education, impressing its utility and importance from laird Bacon’s famous

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1896

THE WATERED HI) STANDARD WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 18, 1896. A Regrettable Incident. regret that Mr W Goff has been obliged to write us (otter In regard to the malicious action of eome Individuals who, although enjoying the unrestricted privilege of visiting

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

23 Oct 1830

Jlon, Mr. ftml Mrs, R. Fraxer, and family Sir A, 'and Lady Clarke, arid family ; Mr. and Mr*. Richard Ctine, fSntily ; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace iind family ; Colonel gad Mrs. Grogan and family ; Colonel Wi|mot, and family; Colonel Grove* and family ; Mr. and

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

7 Dec 1860

was then adverse to Mr. Lincoln, his opponent having been elected.” The personal appearance of Mr. Lincoln, the President elect of the United States, is thus described Mr. Lincoln stands six feet four inches high in his stockings. His frame is not muscular

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

31 Jul 1830

amialilc trait his present Majesty’s character is the condescension and kindness he cvincea towards his old friends. This most strikingly exemplified bv the visit his Majesty was pleased to honour Lady Diiia inl With on Saturday last, when his Majesty, in

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1945

Killenaule) Woodland Laird (1/1). Time: 31.45. Backwater Stakes—Mr. D. J. Loughrey’s (Waterford & District) Future Man (5/1) Time 31.25. Suit Stakes—Mrs. D. Widger’s (Johnstown and Urlingford) Delaroe (4/5). Time: 30.80, Wore Stakes—Mr. P. Boyce’s (Waterford

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1839

in front the Ladies “B.d7jM*^ ,Ck f * rm,, ~ Cil,d,d lUdri ti o - A bore the Ladies’ Gallery, either side the orebestra, are two elegant slips Gobelins tapestry, from the Life of Alexander. Opposite the Duke’s Gallery that the ladies, presenting an

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Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor.

Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor Waterford, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1896

gallantly plants. Among the visitors was would-bc- presenting tho ballad to Mrs Kowe. Tin looking, middle-aged lady who, at every dos-Thoee of us who indulge in fonGrouch got nothing out his most celebrated: volunteered t h e staloment that tho seaside wear hud

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

18 Jun 1825

LORD BYRON. Lord Byron was at Venice, his fondness for aquolic eionrsion*. which he engaged in almost daily, was nearly proving fatal to himself and his company. Kiery one was eager for ihe honour of stlonding him ; and ihere was not a gondolier Vonit-e

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1908

O’Connell. Miss McCheane. The Misses Ware, Mr, Mrs and Miss Jemieon, London; Mr and Mrs Shirley, Mr, Mrs and Mies Ayers, G Campbell, Oxford E Gore* Hi ok mao, Miss Parker, Limerick ; S J Leek, Mr, Mrs and Mias Ellard, Mr, Mrs and Mi*s Landsdowoo, &c.

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1864

liberal and extensive us to embrace the Uuit -d States and the greenbacks so as to enable Mr. Chase to lake advantage of the law. mentioned in a recent letter that Mr. Jay Co«»k was to visit England, in order to gel large sterling subscriptions to United

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

19 May 1857

Rct. Mr. Wilahere do leuro the chair, and that Conn- Hiilor Alc**ck be moved thereto. Coenaellur look the chair, it* Ttcttion by the Kev. Mr. Wilabcwe, amid great upplauao , and done to« Re*. Mr. again roac and eaid that a nlion bad been put ia hi* hand*

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

20 Sep 1834

O'ampian Hiils,it feeding his fathers flocks In Northamptonshire ; the Marquis of Liiosiluw te is killing all the foxes can And at Galue, merely tu annoy his (Conserva- neighbour, the Duke of Beaufort ; Lord lliincniiuuu is collecting his rents iu Ireland aud

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

25 Feb 1832

Noble Karl nt the head of his Ma- jesty’* fiovernmenl—a Nobleman who had, throughout the whole course long political life, atihered to those principles with which his career had commenced. Honesty and sincerity d ever marked his cmidnet; and might confidently

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

29 Jun 1918

_ Miss Ryan, bill View; Rev. G. W. Greene and Mr. A. Kelson, D.L/, proposed, and Mr. H. Mrs. Greene, Kilmeadcn: Mr. and Mrs. Grove I j. seconded, the re-election of Mr. W. H. Anneslev, Mrs. J. N. White, Mr. E. White, I Guuid the Lay Secretary, and passed

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

13 Aug 1902

; for oef i.o o home ; weight for ago, etc. Two Mr M t Hickey's Sir loulyship 11, by Air KlWStal—Lady Newest', 6 yrs, iCst 10lb Mr ltrrty 1 Mr D Keboe's Ifileentmn. 6 vre.:lo.t lib -- Mr C K.van4ith 2 Mr I It Conrail likryJoiespigiao, 4 yrs. 10it Sib 0

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

24 Sep 1857

and Mrs. Lecky have arrived at the Priory, Monkstown, from Portru h. Sir James W«ir Hogg, Mr. and Miss Hogg, passed through Belfast .Vaturriay their way to .Maglierau.one, the stul of Mr. and Mr*. Cliarle* M'tiarel. The Countess of Clanearty, Lady \nne

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

6 Jan 1951

CHRISTMAS CRACKER (to be sung to The Laird o’ Cockpen’’.) The Laird o’ K-noctcan he’s fishergreat, You should hear him hold forth when the Roe is in spate! But when the flood’s gone, shure. he’s off hot haste With his rod and his tackle no moment to waste, Tis

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

19 Nov 1836

him his theatrics! views. wound up the scene the remark ** Such i| was Garrick off the atage ; on the stage he was inimita- I ble.” Mr. Banister, though he suffered much from the 1 gout, retained a portion of his former spirits, and some of his bodily

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1834

adopt his public addresses toe language of a rile incendiary; did not honour this men by hi* hatred, and disgrace tuat hi* friendship ; and all for the contemptible purpoae filling hie own pocket*—Waehmgton did nothing of thi* eort he liberated hi* country

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