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THE DUBLIN ELECTION.

THE DUBLIN ELECTION.

incompetent to vote. The following was the state of the poll this day at Gregory Mrrrpeth Gregory ?? Gregory Morireth Gregory Msorpeth Gregory Alorpeth GrPgory Morpreth Gregory IMlorpeth Gregory ilorpeth TEN O CLC.Ce. - . . ?? ELEV
31 January 1842 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Lab) Intelliaence. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—YEATERDAY. at Parra LOID Quorum. • SIR GREGORY PAGE TURNER'S WILL. DITDIB e. Torr—Uses aos

Lab) Intelliaence. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—YEATERDAY. at Parra LOID Quorum. • SIR GREGORY PAGE TURNER'S WILL. DITDIB e. Torr—Uses aos

cothsion Sir Gregory shook Yantis with minute. Witness did not we anything in Sir Gregory's Erna that mulcted Book's 'windrow neoessuy es reguded Sir Gregory's state of mind. Crosareamined by fkr F. Kelly—The eoeversation of Sir Gregory wu always retic
04 December 1850 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FATAL AFFRAY AT THE RING'S.C.ROSS RAILWAY STATION.

THE FATAL AFFRAY AT THE RING'S.C.ROSS RAILWAY STATION.

both in fault, but Gregory most, for he struck the first blow. Witness caught hold of Gregory's shoulder, for fear he should fall too. By Mr. Layton—Gregory's feet were on the flange of the rib, w hich is only 4i inches wide. Gregory had consider• ably
31 May 1862 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PUBLICATIONS. THE COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus .the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. VERBATIAI REPORT of the TRIAL -CIL the ACTION

PUBLICATIONS. THE COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus .the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. VERBATIAI REPORT of the TRIAL -CIL the ACTION

COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus .the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. VERBATIAI REPORT of the TRIAL -CIL the ACTION brought by Mr. GREGORY against the DUKE of BLIUNSWICK and ANOTHER, for conspiring together to drive Mr. GREGORY trim the Stage of Co
23 June 1843 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DAWSON V. PAVER.

DAWSON V. PAVER.

drawn upon Mr. Gregory, who paid them on the credit of the dower. In June, 1837, William Johnson died, and in August 1838, Mrs. Johnson returned to England, and continued to employ Mr. Gregory till December, 1838. In December, 1838, Mr. Gregory paid Mr. Harri
11 November 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
port. CRICKET.

port. CRICKET.

Arthur Popkin, b Gregory W. Williams, b Gregory 2B Edward Boughton, c and b Brown Edward Townsend, b Gregory ..... W. Poilmore, c and b Brown 0 E. Boughton, at Phillips b Gregory :H. I f esch, b Gregory 0 J. Brown, c Phillips b Gregory 0
04 October 1878 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
PUBLICATIONS. • THE COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. A VERBATIM REPORT of the TRIAL of

PUBLICATIONS. • THE COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. A VERBATIM REPORT of the TRIAL of

COVENT-GARDEN OUTRAGE. GREGORY versus the DUKE of BRUNSWICK and ANOTHER. A VERBATIM REPORT of the TRIAL of the ACTION brought. by Mr. GREGORY against the DUKE of 13!ZUNSWICK and ANOTHER, for conspiring together to drive Mr. GREGORY from the Stage of Co
23 June 1843 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR. Wanted.

FOR. Wanted.

George Gregory, of Nottingham, Esq., who died in 1688) :.—viz., Susanna (believed to have married Bartholomew Burton in 1688), Martin Gregory, John Gregory, Elizabeth Gregory, Charles or Christopher Gregory, Barbara Gregory, Theophilus [b
23 November 1861 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Gregory Morpeth Gregory. Morpeth

Gregory Morpeth Gregory. Morpeth

Gregory Morpeth Gregory. Morpeth
28 January 1842 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

Mr. Valiance appeared for Miss Burgess ; Mr. Gregory was assisted by Mr. Wright. After some preliminary conversation, Mr. Gregory proceeded to call Sophia Hillies—She stated that she was cook to Mr. Gregory, at No. 11, North Audley-street, and had been
02 October 1843 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England