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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

20 Jun 1855

„li-orship of Mr. Petermann, previous to the , 7.„ the war i. terminated, tor’s visi! Sakuta and Tnnhuk’u. M * must, how> verylildo doubt, that stP „ m9 l,ip ever, wait till his arrival get the most perfect h.s- wiil enquire bow it was that a hi . ' f torv

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The Enniscorthy News, and County of Wexford Advertiser.

The Enniscorthy News, and County of Wexford Advertiser Wexford, Republic of Ireland

22 Jul 1871

LAIRD AT COURT, A laird of old family and no mean estate, previously to the day of the reception, had sent in his name for presentation. He arrived, to his own great discomfiture, late on the scene of action and, as he was passing through the antechamber

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Wexford Conservative

Wexford Conservative Wexford, Republic of Ireland

4 Nov 1840

; sit down Mr. Ramsay. Mr. Ramsay — will stand it I phase, when 1 think for the good my client. Banister —fake down his words. Mt down, Mr. Ramsay. Mr. Ramsay —Vou rue not my posture master sir. Banister —I line Mr* lor contempt court. Mr, alll perieclly

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

8 Dec 1961

and grandchildren: Mrs. Daniel Druhan. Mrs. Dermot Mohan and Mrs. I. ahlrg• (danOters-in-lew); Nicholls atrick Doyle. Highianft, end James Browne. Ilisbopswater (nephensisk Mrs. L. Stewart Mrs. T. Sills. Mrs. N. Doyle, ha l t. Moyle, Mrs. ). Browne and and

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1854

choose, To wait upon lady, If the lady don’t refuse Or to speak a Uttie plainer, That the meaning all may know; Is it anybody’s business If a lady has a beau! Is it anybody'a buaineaa When that gentleman does call, Or when leaves the lady, Or if he leaves

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Wexford Constitution

Wexford Constitution Wexford, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1872

part, and it seemed to be his pride to work for others. His attachments were strong, and became sometimes a kind of hero-worship. There something almost feminine in his devotion to his friends; in his utter forgetfulness self; his faith in characters which

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

15 May 1844

ever come within his , O’CONNELL said the public would form their own judgment on the ease, and it was better, perhaps, for his hon. friend to withdraw his , motion. . , a. • _' Mr FRENCH thought the explanation given by Lord Eliot and Mr. Shaw perfectly

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 1896

cleared cut the foxes from his cove. observed Mr gdwardes to Lattice. who could not avoid a smile at the gallant Master's heartfelt utterance. Acid just as bad, added Mr Stacpoole, he has set the people's backs op so with his confounded clearances,

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

20 Oct 1894

bird Lady heat Irish Wheal. Res& beat Red Rand. ea • skit the Jerk. Mt le • sear this!, ow** hi II lira cr his err better,fellenned, sadNo haw Ha ' brad lady hat dr • eased, erred Wier, sad Hawk as IMP there fur the Ind, the rAler braids, brk Rash

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1951

Congress of Muintir na Tire on Tuesday. Father Hayes, who presided, introduced His Lordship to the a:- selubly. and again thanked him his eu-operation and assistance at all times. Hi, leinlship referred to the inspiring sermon preached by Father tilhanc at

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

24 Dec 1898

THE LADIES CAREW. The Daily Chronicle contains the following : The are at present four Ladies Career, of whom the elder Jane. Lady Carew, has just passed into her hundred sad first year. This wonderful old lady is still in good health and enjoys all her

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1900

SAWURDAY, MAY 26. 1900. •6mo S DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED ELD THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY NOTTO BE MISSED. 0 S Ladies who wish to should save money • grasp the present op- portunity of procuring their new Costumes at - - SIANUFACTIFILESILIP The LATEST PRICEY.

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

2 Mar 1844

was doing with Mr. Hamer; I know a Mr. ; he used come there almost every d:»y ; 1 know Mr. (iompert*; I don’t recollect his being there with Lord William ; 1 don’t know a called the Marquis Bourbelle ; 1 was with Mr. Hamer till l«42; Mr. Hamer was in the

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

10 Dec 1892

admiration. Mr. Disraeli prolonged his visit, and again called on her, and on his return to London forwarded her a set of his works, and continued to do so when any new publication of his appeared. Some few years afterwards this lady died, and. to his utter

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

6 Feb 1914

tinoekrce; 10 0 0 Mrs. Hendrick. do.; Mrs. Downes, Adadintogn; 1.. D „pearls sellool improve- I Ih. Redmond. do.; Mr. Lalor, do.; Mr.. Furlong, 0 0 Mr. Delaney. do.; Mrs. King. Tom` rrow; P. .. 0 0 Duane. Ballianne; el. Dunne, do.: Mrs. Cleary . t :.b

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

26 Jun 1897

after whom lie was named. At his birth his father. Viscount Godcrick. was Prime Minister. His mother was Lady Sarah Hobart. only child of the Earl of Buckingham. His sister had died before his birth and be remained unity chili. He wee trained for diplomacy

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Wexford Constitution

Wexford Constitution Wexford, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1859

he thus recorded his promotion in his fee-book, an extract of which has been courteously supplied to us the 12th February, 1821, I received letter from Mr. Gregory, the Under-Secretary to the laird Lieutenant, the Chief Secretary, Mr. Grant, being in

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1891

keel temperance Melt last year, when Mr. Gladstone paid • long visit to the premises. and displayed t h e interest I. the prom* of oinking whiskey. From his nephew's at Fuqua Mr. Gladsbasis will go to Belmont Castle, Mr. Campbell liansernisies Perthshire

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

1 Jan 1870

walking with his son and some memberb of the 1. household. Suddenly taking his cigar -holder oat ' pettiest he lit a cigarette, and handing another to the li Prince, said —Here, Louis, smoke this ! The bey b- • tated a moment, tees looked at his father, and

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1839

the wiuner of the Derby in was properly described by his owner, Mr. Kidsdole, previous the race, and therefore, whether his owner is entitled the stakes. In the entry his dam stated be Loss, and his sire to he Mulatto. It said, however, that at previous

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