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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, 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, iiad sent in his name for presentation. arrived, to his own great discomfiture, late tho scene of action ; and, as was missing through the antechamber, and

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1926

and his home was at Penton Streets Liverpool. Sergeant Hunt, Oreritones, said defendant gave his address as 23 Tideburti I tree, which was not eorreet. ki e gave thi• name D. J. Fogarty, 4t 4 Ilathiaines Head, Dublin, and that was incorroet. About two

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

8 May 1937

O'Sullivan lived with his grandfather, old Squire O'Sullivan. his parents had died some years ago. The Squire, who was known by his tenants as Skinflint O'Sullivan, was icaluus of his grandson's popularity, and, in eon'sequence, made his life a burden to

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

16 Nov 1867

Jest came tae esaon his grace fie had been noo paying rent for sax years till his grace, ami thocht was an unco thing paying siller lang, and ken his laird. In Scotland lie kent his laird His grace, In warmly ami kindly welcoming his tenant, told him that

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1916

given to me or to his family if his death. and no immure written before bis death has been allowed to reach m • Repeated inquiries at the tarracks and elsewhere have beet with refusal to answer, and be e m m y sisters (Mrs. Kettle and Mrs.. Culhune) called

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

3 Jan 1914

popularity by d nunciat . of Capitalism front the platform of Liberty Hall, but non• the It o. by his daily round. his words of symprathy and consolation, his unfailing generosity, he does more to lighten the burden of sorrow, t o Mims diatoms, and lwlp

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

15 Jun 1984

of men like Tim Then on Saturdays and Sun- his day, and Paul have been totally and their personnel role in Moore. days as off to Dublin for the unmoved by all the fame and keeping the show on the road. his and Ids pupil, Paul, saner session of training

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1861

MR. SPURGEON ON THE DEATH OF PRINCE ALBERT. In London, Sunday last, Mr. Spurgeon pre.vchedf sermon on the death of Prince Albert in the Metro-jL politan Tabernacle, and this vast edifice, well known® the scene of Mr. Spurgeon’s ministrations, was com-*'

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

6 Jun 1863

advocated likewise the Lord CKanceller, who. in the course of his speech, protested the gahop M London advising his clergy on his own authority to the lord Ebmy, brief reply, withdrew his motion conditionally on a measure being Introduced the bench of

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1908

employment . His l.ordship Will you swear now that th» pun ia Mr. Keoph’a pun? Witness Yea. sir; I will. It is Mr. Keoph’a pun. Mr C. C. D. 1., R.1.C., de- that on 25th January he was at Monkton-row at 11.20 p.m. Krill, the prisoner, and the man Coffey

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

19 Feb 1910

(applause). Mr. M*Cormick said that great many Irishmen were perplexed at pres**;:t , owing different political doctrines Mr. Redmond liie one aide and Mr. Heoly and Mr. O’Brien j the other side. Mr. Meers —You would mind j lunatics. j \ Mr. M woukl not

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

16 Dec 1905

il of Hathdrum, fie had very srtift' with laird WtEttilliam (thou Locd'Milten). possessing less courage than .Mr. Brennan, would have, peibapa.; considered outer such contest, the local ibifluciKio which his opponent could fmmaod. The XatiOholmt canihd;\te

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1900

and. in reply to Mr Hanmore, said be had entered into a contract with his wife, the signature to which wae hie. Mr Han* more bad accurately described his position. The contract between him and his wife was bona fide. POOR RATE. Mr Meldon—What do you

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

17 May 1902

thought you. or of his children, or of his Highland home. saw him in a gay. gilded room, grandly decked out in velvets, and silks, and doth of gold, and his knees before a fair lady, with his arm round her waist and her hand pressed his lips!” At tliis painful

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

10 Dec 1892

too much agitated (o take notice of tbe moment. “Woman, ye I” was his answer fiercely dolivored, “it’s Janet.” Come in, ben, and see for yerself, Laird,” To her consternation the Laird sank down the chair in which was afterwards found in what the cook

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

26 Nov 1892

when be had the chance, and never paid up bis debts at tho card table. His household, too, since his wife’s death, was guided with very loose rein, and although the neighbouring Lairds' wives and daughters expressed, in pitying tones, their compassion for

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

14 Jun 1969

Directors of F..R.T.0. From kit are Mr. P. J. Lung (Manager). Mr. J. J. Canons's, Arklow; Mr. J. Mcilheron, Attains; Mrs. E. Welk Bra). and Mr. Gordon Hunt, Bray, before the me cling. FROM THE .IV2RVIC COLLECTION OF LADIES' SANDALS CLASP 4 A se v iTe iab

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1863

Justas mr W. Armstrong has retired from bis position at Woolwich, Mr. Cobden asserts he has a monopoly of the ordnance supply; and the very moment Mr. Whitworth la about to have fair innings, as wo hope, and complete competitivo examination, Mr. Cobden

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

4 Nov 1865

belongs to her. Mr. Fry: Who the lady’—Sergeant Whiting: It is the lady, sir, that was engaged to the prisoner, and was to have been married to him to-day. Mr. Fry: Who is she?—Sergeant Whiting: The lady is Miss. Eaves, of Chigwcll. Mr. Fry: Let her make

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Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

5 Apr 1862

retired from business, and took his residence in Kingstown, near Dublin, where be died. He was, long after his retirement, in constant communication with Mr. Campbell- ! who was have been his executor, about the disposal his property, observing frequently

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