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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

2 Mar 1895

Treasurer his subedited Sod ea*hied the statement of asonnes. 'high showed a balsas of L 43 13, 4d to the *nab of the liesiety on 110 tssettur. On the emotion of Major Cut., by Mr Bolton, the report and stalemate el were unanissonsly adopted. His Worship

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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 Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

3 Sep 1890

came oat and resumed his game with his Qom, panions. A country apothecary, being oat for a day's shooting, took his errand boy to carry his gaming. Waring a field of turnips, the dog pointed and the boy. overjoyed at the prospect of his mater's mesas, exclaimed

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1945

Stakes (heat 1) —Mr. T. Fleming’s (New Ross) Coolhill Castle (4/6). Time: 30.60. Do. (heat ll.)—Mr. R. Carroll's (Mooncom) Casablanca 4/5). Time: 30.75 • Do- Do. (heat IlL>-Mr. T. Halley's (Tramore) His Way (4/1). Time: 31.35. Do. (heat IV.)—Mr. W. O’Brien's

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

23 Apr 1872

found drunk at 1r James's coruer on the night of the '4th inst. Mr Rogers: Did he go quietly ? Constable Redmond : He did. Mr Power: It is fur their own benefit that we punish these people. Mr Rog ers: He is in receipt of good wages,and he seems to make

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

12 Sep 1860

and Mrs. Newton, Cap*, and Mrs. Langrishe, and Mr. Craigh, Mr. H. and Mr. De Montmoremy, Tony Park; Mr. I!, and Mias Montmornnry, Oitbnrdton; Mr. nini Mrs. Rradlcy, Mr. 1). A. and the Misses Milward, and the Misses Ogle Moore, Cant. J. Omen, Mrs. and the

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1895

Lord Hay of Lithium, Ulm. Alibi.. aod Mrs Hay, Hun. Claud Hay, Mr. sad Lady Coastanoo Radon, Costa C assitsio Ak Asada blutorfor, Miss Marie Hay. Lady OtosMira &menet, Lord slid Lady Ormathashi. Hurt. Arthur aid Lady Cleoeadne Walsh, Hoe. &lab and Hon.

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

30 Jun 1897

(Many years with Mr Clifford], ARTIFICIAL TEETH. so' After they had drunl. Having removed his Practice from 134, Quay, Mr Numb. 11 Beresford- street , Waterford th, one of them outsell may be moulted all branches of his profemion at his Reddence, ray

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

15 Jul 1864

“Airmount, Feb. 6, 1864.’* (From Mr. St. George Freeman, Surgeon Bentist). Mr. Joseph Murphy, of Lady-Une, Laet-makerand has completely eradicat«i from ray right foot very troublesome Com, without causing me the slightest pain in his very skilful operation.

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1896

GUN CO., Went Street, Horsham. REGISTRY OFFICE, 1, Cathedral square, Waterford. ID; Ladies' who conducted the Servante I Have in Lady Lane having tnuieferred the to Mrs the bcrvnute Office, is carried on at above address. MTN WAI.I.Is begs to than the

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1896

well-known for his celebrated impersonations of Frenchmen in our London Theatres. Miss Clare Greet is playing the part of ' Madame Vinard.' Mr Fester Courtenay is ' The Laird.' and Mr P C Beverley will take the part of ' Taffy.' Ines , duties the lady of the

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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

25 Aug 1897

I'd }..AI LUX. LADIES:Ems? onurious moody LADIES ' l ib. 'f. , boots LADIES; . LADIES- LADIES' 2 4I 3 : LADIEs!Er.:- -..„ LADIES. `,cruet ih. LADIES , LAD I ES,e LADIES LADIES LADIES LADIESIMr, LADlES.rr i .erii:± View article

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

20 Jun 1906

-mitt.« should have bees 'vanished. were plentifully regaled With lemonad Mr Fogarty (Galway), Mr Ennis, Wei- cakes had fruit. Whoever coedits advance: lord, Mr MoGeoeF_han C*). agent hi die canthissiaria . deprotthent Camilla Daly, Dublin, Canon Moray, notably

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

17 Apr 1897

Railway; Mr Mr T Dories, limit Weatem Railway Company ; Mr Walsh, W. D. and L. Railway ; Mr C Dowling, Mr John Fitagendil, Mr T Haydn,' Wall Cosal C 0..; Mr Audley, Suir Narigatke Co.; Mr Janos Mamas, W. A L. hallway; Mr Howell, Mr Walsh Mr W Meredith

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1868

be attributable to the policy of men ? Who or what Mr. Wegnelin the Mr Morris and the necessity the moment, Bolitiesl world, even his own eonntry ? And , l 0 option with a constitnenoy de» what are his claims qualifications to represent to send to Parliament

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

5 Oct 1898

ft Co. (Per 3.0.). Mr Xennedy—Row many lying days ou the vessel do you know. Aasistant-clerk—l think it is ten. Mr Forrestal—You should knot/ that, Mr Zentewly. hrx.nal t -ra be inclined to rise Mr Jones the facilities he asks. Mr P Bolger—What deceit

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

1 Jan 1862

Overdone (perhaps better as Mr. Jones Loydl has entered into discussi-m the which the Hank Act 1544 founded, and that his correspondence with Mr. lliMokes is pnldished. I fully agree with your remarks, and consider that Mr. Ilrookes has by far the best

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

26 Apr 1873

distanco oft he shot one of them, and then the other gave in. The wonderful man- had his rifle at the charge when shot, arid the ball went through his ri.ht h ud into his stomach, and it is doubted if he will recover to - be hanged. A third sepoy has been

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