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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

9 Mar 1838

at variance with tl.e tiuth. Mr Culr—l believe Koe, that Mr Cuilca was nniiessiunally cared nrainvl you ? Mr Roe-He was. Mr Cole—li onuvual for the magistrates on alight grounds to grant summon* ugaiuKta |Mr Cullen's rp«prrtal>>li v. Roe—-I

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

9 Apr 1841

have sank.'' Again, The versa? tility with which Chatham could vary his associates. When recollect his z> al .is cornet horse against Sir Wi.lpole, lanmrt wonder hi? ill treatment of his old con).delate Clover,’’ 1 again, At one time—at another voted for

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1857

months old o his feet, and will immediately say, Mr. and call the next cradle to order, lusy fellow named Jack Hole, living near Covington has adopted wav of spelling his which throw honotopy clear into shade. makes a big J. and then jabs his pen through

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Westmeath Journal

Westmeath Journal Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

2 Apr 1829

Thursday nigh', at bis residence Montague-place, at a very advanced age. Mr. liase succeeded Mr Abraham Newiand. The Duke of Buckingham is expected in Ens land early in June, laird and Lady Arundel accompany hit Grace from Rome.

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Westmeath Journal

Westmeath Journal Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

29 Jul 1830

wont to the House of Lords, to hear hi* Majesty deliver his speech on closing the Session Parliament. His Britannic Majesty, on arriving the House of Peers waited till he was joined (he King of Wurtemburgh, whom his Majesty took with him into the House

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Westmeath Journal

Westmeath Journal Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1833

who succeeded to it at his brother's death, he did to his estates; he may dispose of it at his pleasure. It has been remarked, however, that, as an inheritance, his Lordship cannot blamed fur drawing it. Dock-yards. —An order his been received Irani the

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

12 Jan 1856

Dutch ho was brought close ; but was himself a Dutchman. In his inter* course with them was seen to host advantage ; he was perfectly at his ease with them ; and from among them he had chosen his earliest and dearest friends. But to the English he appeared

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

26 Jan 1838

such had been the intention. As noon the laird Mayor and Mf O’Connell liad gone, the trades preword Conning themselves into a eountei meeting, and subsequently abandoned the intention. Mr O'Connell, on going tolc hi* carriage was enthusiastically cheered

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

13 May 1857

defended the bill, and Mr. and Mr. Barrow opposed it. Sir 0. OBEY would not oljict to flies rending, but thought that cause should shown why this bill was required in addition to the act. Mr. Brady, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. Stanhope, and Mr. liidley having spoken

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

1 Dec 1837

county These aci'iisotions, Mr Dillon does not deny nor explain, that they yet remain proved against him. We do not understand what Mr Dillon meant by the use the word paid tvribu' in hi* epistle. Does wish it to believed that his evidence lit the investigation

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

27 Mar 1858

into his own medicine chest Shout Sioeibs.—Sir Walter Scott once stated he kept lowland laird waiting for him in the library at Abbotsford, and that when came in found laird deep in book which Sir Walter perceived to be Johnson Dictionary. Well Mr.—, said

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

19 Nov 1853

lowest grade, but however grinding his extortion in his patrimonial estate, on all grand state occasions his appearance, his carriages, ana suite are most magnificent. He possesses superb mansion St. Petersburg!!; his establish it of servants and equipage

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

27 Mar 1850

hereditary enemy, lie was brought into the castle, when the lady of his conqueror inquired of her husband what he intended to do with his captive. * Hang him, dame,' said the laird, robber.’ lady, who was more considerate, though less humane, advised him

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

4 Oct 1844

piividor, Mr Gill. Ibe ladies who graced the meeting with ibeir presence were—the Countess of Clantarty. Lady Canickr Lady EPntier, Lady Cnzzeies, Lady Asbtowui, Mrs Admiial I’fench, Mis* Hancock, Mrs Bell, Mrs Lancaster, Miss Lancaster, and Mrs Galbrath

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

14 Feb 1857

friend and successor, Mr.Cabrey. Mr. Wilson, after expressing his deep obligations, resumed his seat amidst loud cheering. The Chairman roso and said that he would give them the toast of the evening. The Health and Prosperity of Mr. Edward Wilson, their

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1836

yesterday Lord and Lady Howth, indy Cloticttrry, the Ladies I'hipts, Mon. (.'apt, anti \is%. I'htpps, lion Captain and Mr*. Vaughan, ( apt, and Lady Georgutu Hill, Sir \rthuti Lady, and Misses htr tiny. Lady, and Miss Campbell‘..Mr and Mrs Kit.toy. Major

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

20 Feb 1835

ih«* Kind of* CHiri]M»rdmvu. (hi hi* nnht were the Mmnher for tin* Karl Sir Alexander Kamsav, Mr. Olinhant, Al. lor the v ; lb Im’mers, Ks.j.. .M. P. f»»r Menfrt'se I!iirtfli« ; D. <». K>*j., I*, for Fifeshirc. m d the Rev. .Mr. Tulloeh. the left the Mnrqn

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1836

spoken the Corner also relumed lor this. Mr Ruckand the iibeial magistiutcs uf Long- Mr Ron returned thanks. *■ Tlie Kress —The Freeman * Jtiurvaf.” Mr returned thanks, and pr The Longford Independent Cioii.” . Mr D. O'C lonnoi spok» to ihi« tou't. “Jiir

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Westmeath Journal

Westmeath Journal Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

23 Feb 1832

six weeks of her death. A* the Rev. Mr. Powys was riding over Wetley Moor, in the (inrish of Bucknall, early on the morning the 30th ultimo, felt his horse -tumble, and then fall will* his hind-quarters ve. '.v lo«. Mr. Poys instantly threw himself off;

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

17 Nov 1837

keep Ids inline,' il the pence was kept his district. Every rutiunnl man in each district would thus ne likely to become a volunteer policeman, and at one and the same liine save his money Iruni the tax collecloi his vicinage from of disturbance and crime

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