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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

27 Mar 1895

COTOOTSII. Cessasodiag S hea-1 for., Mr W J Ralph lisokstraw, Abh-Reasaaa, Mr J A Higgins Dick Deadeye, Able-Seamen, Mr W Creator. Bill Bobetay, Boatswain . ' 'l ate r , M C Dowling Bob Beckett' Carpenter's Mate,' Mr R Morris. Josephine. The Captain's Daughter;

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

30 Mar 1895

sia,he, J. Chairimao—Mr Tits* took rots of Us 11. Clerk—Too, rf7 170 la GIL net ealy the oaloalatioa. Mr M e+7—Hoer any wialowe Mr Maher (olork of —Ad Ikon is shwa he k whitlow. Mr IF PM mob. (T. Mr Uskr)— Irbat ease ate wia.iews Mr Iteher-111 tent six

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

13 May 1868

him against his will, Mr Prossor’s residence at Waterford. The writ was returnable at the anting of the court this day. The SolioitonOeneral and Mr. Bowse, Q. 0., now appeared for Mr Mooro, who sat beside bis counsel. Puroell, QC, and Mr Greene appeared

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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 Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

14 Mar 1903

mis-strameents to his prejudice, such as he is reported as bating Nadel in regard to ate, geutbsmen, your ()Wirral servant. M. P Cooinkw, Medical OM•cr, Ullid District. Chairman—l think ought scud a copy of that letter to Mr Maher_ Mr Janos rower—l thlok

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

8 Oct 1898

rroinwty of Mr. Myles B builder , nod wentractor, I.ower Oren Weterfonl. Kr lame iloOoy. volt., eppeered bebelr of Ar •11.101Ple Mr. C ninon noir. for John nal Mr. H. Y. rawly, tire, dote:Awl images Mathael Renee, a carter the mieleyment of Mr lblllk ,

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

13 Jun 1900

recognised se establishing the indocility of hospitals and ambulance services hi warfare. Lady Roberts muttons ha one of bar boobs hitters th it the riot of Ws husbauil at the loss of his sou hes added you, to lb. Comoßauder-1u- appeeranue, and that uothing

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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

22 Jun 1889

again some) Mr A I.Ik,eGAL T 'C, and inebeequently Mr B second place, beating Andley by about twesards and id e kdd down. Constable Cat was getting pa his foot to Morni , SY, T 43 . DV C. tad Captain Tool. after au exciting struggle. renew his efforts, when

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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

19 Feb 1898

Roes. New Russ Boaid of Guardians. concluded outside in the Old Abbey, burial ground. earieran the wreath* from Mrs Napper. olio from his deual.-, 1. a ere.* lir rani Mm Breo•h o As badly repotted in our last, Wexford: : a war oh from Mi.,. with regret*

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Waterford News Letter

Waterford News Letter Waterford, Republic of Ireland

17 Nov 1870

ed it a general favourite. The Mil Service Gasette remarks — THIS COMPANY II tS OPENED The singular success which Mr. Epps attained by his homce- NOVEMBER, 18 7 . COAL Depots at Tipperary, and at the different other Railway opathio preparation of cocoa

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Waterford Chronicle

Waterford Chronicle Waterford, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1891

R. BILIOUS LIVER PILL& 1.-.. CORPORATION fl PER ,TI 4-.ly . I , i I MITAALIIIIIEM 1511. BIRKBECK BANK T 77 _,I, I Mr. awboot Irlikes. • Mr._-.,. 4 ShG3 c lo rein- .y sant or %Vox. IL raienr. Tomah Totmehemlll4:llPor. MILBURN LINZ to AUSTRALIA.- IrIL BULB

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Waterford Mail

Waterford Mail Waterford, Republic of Ireland

2 Jul 1851

Majority. Mr. KEOGH then moved clause that proceedings shall not betaken under the Act except the Attorney-General in England and Ireland, and the l,ord Advocate in Scmlind. Lord J. RUSSELL opposed the clause as being unnecessary. Mr. Rrynolds, Mr. W. Giiattan

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Waterford Standard

Waterford Standard Waterford, Republic of Ireland

4 Apr 1874

to him for lB asked to repeal clause in the Mr Quill, instructed Mr DaUndre, for’plaintiff, Mr Fiaber explained the reason that induced the and Mr Strange for defendant. committee adopt report read. said Mr Quill, in stating the ease, said that plaintiff

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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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