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M ee's DAVIS

M ee's DAVIS

days." " I shall break 't Feld." mentaird Gregory, dieting l'*. ", -1 ead Lefty?" ke said, suddenly and sham f ily. "'what about Lefty!" asked Mrs. Melki, , , eyeing , sharply. aspect she's tarried?" said Gregory "Do you, then? Well, she ain't, and not
23 December 1916 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
gIIAWDARD, F Splendid Family. Record. Seven Sons Serve King and Country.

gIIAWDARD, F Splendid Family. Record. Seven Sons Serve King and Country.

represent—(Top) Captain G. L. Gregory. E. F. Gretiory• telereaseil): (second reel Lieut..Cotnniandee H, W. Gregory, Commander R. G. Gregory; (bottom row) District-Inspector Vera Gregory, R.1.('.; Lient.-Colonel Gregory, and Lientenant William G
28 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Citizens Turned to Leo,

The Citizens Turned to Leo,

historically comet, but certain it is that, persuaded by the prayers and maybe by the gifts of Gregory, the Lombard king raised the siege and departed northwards. Gregory knew that a lasting perm would not be granted until the Lombard chiefs and the imperial
02 December 1916 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR BONUS.

WAR BONUS.

payments by what a man'. family earned. Mr W. J. Johnston—ls it our bustards, to go into the private affairs of our workmen ? Mr Gregory—Certainly not. Mr Wright said it should be their business to see whether their workmen were able to exist at all or not on
11 November 1916 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

Portadown, appeared for the defence. Mr. Gregory explained that the delay' in bringing the pr toga was owing to the injured woman heifig in the hospital. Mrs. Ellen Trainor, Bridge Street, then called. In reply to Mr. Gregory, the said she coining from her work
30 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
nerves. BT FRED M. WIIITE. Rex Brunell drummed on the table with carefully polished finger-nails. Pinero," he said, has aptly

nerves. BT FRED M. WIIITE. Rex Brunell drummed on the table with carefully polished finger-nails. Pinero," he said, has aptly

very much like to have . . I . P ' How lt on one s nerves ! met Dr chassier at that moment . «it The cool and immaculate Gregory nearly think of IS i murm e off his padded chair as Goldmark strode ’ Chafer toM me that I should lose my sight into his o
20 May 1916 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

British Forces in Fraare, is Lieut.-Colonel C. L. Gregory, 19th tanne►s (Fen's Horse), late 19th Bengal Unreel s Indian Army. Lient.-Colosiel Gregory, who is a brother of Diatriet-laripector Vere Gregory, R.1.C., Lisburn, has been pro- moted to the rank
23 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TKS DAILY EGRESS. WEDNESDAY? AUGUST 2. 1916. RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE

TKS DAILY EGRESS. WEDNESDAY? AUGUST 2. 1916. RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE

visions. THE SPIRIT AND SERVICE OF SCIENCE “Discovery: Or The Spirit and Service Science.” By R. A. Gregory, (.Macmillan.) ss. A book like Mr. Gregory’* suffers very much Iron the lime its publication. endure poison-gases, Zeppelin bombs, floating mines
02 August 1916 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUCCESSFUL START AT CROOM SAD DAY FOR FAVOURITES

SUCCESSFUL START AT CROOM SAD DAY FOR FAVOURITES

Gadsden). Trained privately- Betting-7/4 agst St. Gregory, 4/1 Southern Minstrel, 5/1 each Callan and Dimmer, 1/1 each Captain Harry and Master Harry, 10/1 each THE TURK and The Top One. The Turk led from St. Gregory, Callan, and Master Harry, and, haring made
18 February 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTADOWN TOWN COUNCIL. CHILD WELFARE.

PORTADOWN TOWN COUNCIL. CHILD WELFARE.

end of the financial year. Mr Gregory—You have kept the men to the shortest days of the year. Mr Chapman—From • statement Mr Gregory made before, you would have thought it was a great compliment to get men at all. Mr Gregory—l did not make any such a statemen
25 November 1916 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland