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  • County: Westmeath, Republic Of Ireland
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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

1 Feb 1855

COURT NEWS-ENGLISH st. Bigler , v. GERMAN-THE STREET-BEGGING NUISANCE-A Mr. Nap'er teemed his address on behalf of the defendanL PEEP AT 711 E PANTOMIME, &e. Ile said his learned friend Mr. Whiteside had delivered • Stoneytetter, Jan. 25, malt eloquent speech

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1857

bawd 11l pawners from India. Among the sufferers by this arrival may be specially noticed Biker, Mrs. Bunitorry, Mrs. Norris, Nisi Graham, and Mrs. Warden. Mrs. Baker was burnt out near Cawnpore end narrowly escaped with her life. Sbe lost nearly all h er

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

24 Jul 1856

following Sunday and lie sincerely trusted that whenever Mr. Murray visited this, his (Me. H's) present Parish, be would be as highly appreciated, and as cordially welcomed he used to to by his former parishioners at Mott:. —lle begged leave to move the

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

31 Dec 1874

by his told MNha asuld Inia bad, sad be we. his ad ha drearber ussallt_ishoord by the s paid his ad sea to bed, bathe had set bees bag Mien deisedese as mem. Wee* IND Andrei the p is We hod, sad is his su Phdaell retrad to do as, whireapea the Mr. dais

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

5 Oct 1871

from his Leglatisra THE HOME SECRETARY ON HOME RULE. The Right Hort. H. A. Bruer addressed a meeting of his onnatituente in Gourock, on Fridey afternoon. Provost Morton, Greenock. occupied the chair. --- • • - Mr. Beece, in the opening of his address

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Westmeath Journal

Westmeath Journal Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

17 Apr 1834

were ihe Rev. Mr. Lefroy, on the piebenUtion the Arch, deacon Drornore, the curacy of the palish o( ; the Rev. Mr. Armatrone, the presentation the Rev. Elgee Boyd to the curacy of Brom.tra ; Rev. Mr. Johnston, the presentation the Rev. Mr. the curacy of

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

11 Dec 1851

1848, when Mr. Corry Connellan wrote to say, It will give me much pleasure to see you here at halfpast four o'clock, that Mr. Connellan, who was a member of his (Mr. Keogh's) profession, and who walked that hall fora certain period of his life, when

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1849

calls in the aid of companions when his own strength proves inadequate to its performance. According to his merit and Ms usefulness be is estimated by his fellow-citizens, for he lives with them as long as the season and his constitution will permit; and the

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

19 Jan 1838

thm yl- the should bra hequ<-«t ihe laird Mtyui would preside -the •Orashi.n. Mr. propose^’Hie. rsderml to, -Mi seconded ijC uptnj lybirli, . in', was miianitnuusly, agje«l to,. ,^uhteqpeiilly ! vote of iK-e in Mr. and.ap(>roi>at:bn exerti/>m> tfi the

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

23 Mar 1850

were, that Ur. Mahony was kind enougtt tc give his (Mr. O’Hea’s) client a suit of clothes, and the appellant went to his mother's house and stripped him naked of those clothes, and alleged that he did so Mr. Mahony’s directions, because he (the boy) did

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1852

When had his later, tbs whops iN sod wealthy, his eget the be could not was me learnt la beim, list be prem.' ms his le bb WYK Wield to diner. At yaw his hat by relating his exploits a mobile in the of et Pa*. In spew of bs sated that he mad Mr* OM was

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1881

On the motion of Mr Nally, smiled by Mr Glennon, the chair was taken by lawn. Keen'. Mr W. Farrell, in proposing Mr Reynell as Chairman for the issuing twelve months, spoke highly of his efficiency. and further de( w attention to his constant atteedanoe

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1859

la Ireland. Sir g BETHELL expressed high admiration at the end after soma approving rhesnationa how Mr. Dobbs, Mr. hymn., Mr. Low, Mr. Milling, sad Mr. BM- W, It was Introduced, and mad a drat dam Or LAVDID The BOLICITOR.GENERAL MUM leave to brie( Is

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

10 Sep 1874

ibine issimieles ol Ms ideal he er sided by eardara mod lady el the aster is the whir he emeird Is his drip. Those who privilege el M. ber bbs. who embled le Ws mark, ammlisss modotee to et his meld selestalft of my stream ol Reore veseedelleg el dr or

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

15 Mar 1855

bland old man, as he jogged by in his carriage, fondly and faithfully cherished by her who exulted in his fame, and will watch over his decline ; to think what he must have seen in his day, when amongst other lieges in the hi-thory in question, we find him

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Westmeath Independent

Westmeath Independent Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

3 Mar 1849

The Wind and The Rain. 2 Life of Punch inella. * 3 Lady Hcrtha's Honey Broth. • 4 Bean Flower and Pea Blossom, 5 History of a Nutcracker. Part I. History of a Nutcracker. Part 11. 7 Prince Hempseed and his Little Sister. 8 Prince Coqueluche and bis Companion

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Athlone Sentinel

Athlone Sentinel Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

25 Jan 1839

' in of »..<• not • x-.h-! •> proc;‘t*diitir«. il- li.o '‘ * : ’'l Parb tnnd :> >' • -iv; liiis hi-!..' ' ! *•!■! ijmu* •••«. • ”■* wh'jU'ruii!.' , • hi* n i v'li-.i. Mn* r * un:»»hrr.< * ~*!•* -fi tVif* •:■•• • <:i -• > h , • J I.:; * o*« t ; i'* r

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1852

Committee of the monial, held at Charleniont.housio, on Si Mr. Alulvaany stated that the moons& subseribid that time was £1,252 6s. 3d. Lainartine has completed his History ration, which his excited so muck inhume literary and political world. In the

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

5 Aug 1869

loupe by t heir suomesura. la Mr. Porton we base • Chin t who will be popular with all end respected 6y ell claeses of his fellow cit.teue. Mis high pen tonal clistrecter. his courts:ions and concilintory demesiirmr, sod his st,ilitig practical shakier

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Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter

Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter Westmeath, Republic of Ireland

5 Aug 1892

*dicta' for to the Op Medals wises suns mow, sod the seas.—The Mr. mos* roma* old Mr. Osothiget we Mr. moth, - sad Mr. Avery swot while Catto sad White were defeated re. 91:actively by Mr. Lyon sad Mr. W. the juty retuned a redid agekest the y r a on ers.—The

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