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  • County: Wexford, Republic Of Ireland
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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

11 Apr 1863

which theshow. Shortly To-morrow he repairs his got 1 • most the sueots»tul comp Excellency the Lord To warm (he nations with after half-past eight o K accompanied Mr His Excellency resumed his sea thTCv His Excellency having taken , ‘'‘irGeorgc Woods

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

10 Mar 1888

That we congratulate Mr. E. Walsh, Tee which he upholds the freedom of th Propir, on his victory over bloody Balfour and his his most brutal of wornion laws; and hirelings, and we tell them that Nationality will not be his on his transformation from aßa

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1855

taking the step which he now did, shrunk from his duty, from a fear that his motion might mistaken and attributed to eumity towards those who were opposed to him He then referred to the motion given notice of by Mr. Gibson, for which, though should not have

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1921

appeared in Dublin paper where conxpeny was organdie's fer eleetricity from the beep for the whole laird. - 071 tie proposition of Mr. Hanley, ee. m ead by Mr. Butler, the Shosisoorthy oresniteses resolution wee Tits le &ICH OP CTTimaanai. e. desk but no

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

12 Apr 1969

et the Festival and amied of Don at Mr, matt er for them. Admission prices to Dun Mhuire some of manor awards end lord Falk tankard for .- map Mr. Kevin Eakin. Me. M! Mr. Tracy saidthat on the and Patrons Lips, and Mrs. Walsh. WM! matter the Fire Brigade

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

11 Mar 1893

' invitation. Mr. Spalding. a eousuand ! We dine at She bowed. one his captors tasehed his as the arm and led his away. Ho wee mildnoted to • room in tbe Castle. He pained armed men everywhere. At maven o'clock an armed meat rams for his, mid led him into

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

9 Jan 1884

elected 1883. Very Rev. Miles Doran, P.P., c a .tiebridge ; Togimue-. vary Rev. T. Roche, P.P., Lady's Island; Filarmine- AII who require Stationery Goods, Ladies' Handhamh .;.; ; .1-tr thew Parte, Ambrosetown, Duncormark ; CT. IP ritlr , A AND. Very Rev

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Wexford Independent

Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1854

ah Ifni mariner, esteemed by his brother seamen, kind aadattent *c to hit passengers, pruvtden and ireful the bostnws employer*.—May he rest pcoeo. Biamißster. Donrt. Mr. Edwau D. Kxociio, Offlee r of Eieiee, tea tha late Mr. Daiuu. Keoouo, of Camolin,

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1907

between myself and his disagreeable compunv. And when I aid look his way 1 could drinly I bald an enemy, though he. tried htird to hied, his chagrin at nay late sudeness. I could also set , Aunt Emma did not. care very mush for Mr. French, yet she 11111(14

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

21 Sep 1889

a Poole—and dying he left all his property to his widow, who bequeathed it to her parental family at Growtown. The subject of this memoir had in his early da^ before marrying, resided at Killian, aid subsegemift fixed his home at Orowtown, bat awes quite

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1947

licensed. Mr. Kelly said his client sent in his brother to licence the dogs and he licensed four of them. The Justice imposed a fine of 108. in each case. iWhiskey Blamed.— John Rendrick, Rathgarogue, was charged with a serious offence. Mr. T. J. Kelly

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1924

sending his here. Mr. Ccadon—l propose that • eommittee visit .he parents ghat the chiM. Mr. ISeegan-4 don't see why we Mould sismaint the parents 'heat the child. Miss Oltvan—lf his parents are not able to control him this is not the place for his. Re should

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

27 Dec 1918

nanchtar). Mr. lidwand O'Neill—How much sr* you est:online to xoti. Mrs Franklinliars you thilifrun of year nue Mr. Neill--Ves, Mr,. Franklin-- -What does it omit you to fires'. them P (laughter). Mr. O'Neill—A good penny (laughter). (Itairmen -Mrs. Franklin

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

11 May 1895

PLAINTIFF. tau @laird., mo:ninc the hearing of the above 0% 4 rcoureed by his Honor. Judge Lane. As on tho cerasiou, when the rase was on for hesiing. there was a contiderable &meant of interest tenni/eget in the action. Comsat for the plaiabg, Mr C W di L

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

8 Mar 1963

-The death of she vekt l nbee t d Cem ad by Mr. it wife Predeceased Mr. William Costly. Kacolubn, Bor- r e . tie' Mrs. Braman. moth. His was Wt. fis, occurred at hi s residence on .tea guineas. fi y Mr. T. Karns, Manure. T • Ailed Yam. •he was P.P

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

15 Mar 1912

Ike IL The Chairman said the magistralos wuidd give a decree. Mr. 1101'Conner--:You need sot mind thnl ikelfpenny, Mr. Kavanagh. . - ,Air. Lennmi-L-1 am gratefel.tat,ydsfeal your voniments. .Mrs. Walsh—You need not; they awe' dearly due to you. The wrong

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The Enniscorthy News, and County of Wexford Advertiser.

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

23 Apr 1864

the comments of Mr. Whiteside, and showing the unwillingness of parties suffering from violence and injury to assist justice. The discussion was continued by Mr. McMahon, the O’Conor Don, Lord C. Hamilton, Mr. O’Reilly, Mr. Bagwell, and Mr. O’Hagan. Lord

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The Enniscorthy News, and County of Wexford Advertiser.

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

21 Jan 1865

theatre would fall, and, anxious for his safety, Mr. Lorimer was held back by Mr. Hope, and conjured by Mr. Mitchell, of the Fire Brigade, not to make the attempt. Uttering the exclamation, I will save that man or perish,” Mr #> Lorimer shook himself free and

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

18 Oct 1862

Secretary, namely, from Mr. Jasper . C.A. Hatton wished to ask a question in connection with the candidature of Mr. Walsh. He understand that so an agent of Lloyds, be should attend to wrecks whenever they might occur, and in ease Mr. Walsh ahould be away

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Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian Wexford, Republic of Ireland

8 Apr 1893

&lag occurred. It tie !Lark. Mr. 011aberry read the informants ta Irbil* the date was gloat as Marsh UM. Witares aid be bad told Mr. Nolan. O.P.M that the date was the Ittl. Mr. 011abartyjpointed oat the discrepancy the bat Mr. White said time 'nor was eel

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