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A YORKSHIRE MILITARY WEDDING.

A YORKSHIRE MILITARY WEDDING.

onel Charles L Gregory. Indian Army, who has bona Promoted to Brigadier General, and who has been mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's despatches for distinguished service. was recently on a visit to his brother. District Inspector Gregory, of Lisburn. He
08 July 1916 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
DIOCESAN THE ARMY.

DIOCESAN THE ARMY.

nel Charles L. Gregory. Indian Army, who has been promoted to Brigadier-General, and who has been mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's despatches -for distinguished service. was recently on a visit to his brother. District Inspector Gregory, of Lisburn. He
05 July 1916 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
jutt reasonabln pray that tba moon should rhanfx »•» course* order to pho additional light when required. . . .

jutt reasonabln pray that tba moon should rhanfx »•» course* order to pho additional light when required. . . .

Simpson—to select only few instances—make story wonderful interest. As for the practical applications of science, it Professor Gregory’s conviction that, originality and inventiveness, the English mind will compare favourably »ith that any race, but its attitude
22 July 1916 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHUBCn OP IRELAND.

CHUBCn OP IRELAND.

A. Davidson, Diumdn N.& loiafnl scholanhips moo also aland to A Woodcock, 8L Potor's N.S.; H. WsDu. SL FsUr's N.B. j W. Gregory, Boutoraton N.S.; W. Bstsmm, St. Fetor's N.& B. R. Roasell. Diocaasa School i B. Gilbert, George's N.S. VICTORIA 2UBILEB MASONIC
06 July 1916 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOTHERCRAFT

MOTHERCRAFT

him w ill surprised at the confidence with which he relie upon it. —Mother's Magazine. BT. GREGORY Was Surnamed the Great Because Learning and Piety. St. Gregory, surnamed the Great account of his learning, virtue and the wisdom with which he governed
07 July 1916 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
%Bangor Petty Sessions. asterbts Marlly Plied. This fortnightly court was held on Vtednesday before Messrs. G. Duff, R.M., presiding; John

%Bangor Petty Sessions. asterbts Marlly Plied. This fortnightly court was held on Vtednesday before Messrs. G. Duff, R.M., presiding; John

were professionally represented, moot of them appearing in person. John Gordon, 286 Albertbridge Road, Belfast, George F. Gregory, RI Ann Street, -Belfast, Hugh Agnew, .12 Parkgate Avenue, Belfast, and Thos. Moore. Rathkeen, Cliftonviffe, Belfast, were
28 July 1916 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
and write whisk many children in Wick-' low could 1111$ do. Complainant asked for a flue and said ha would

and write whisk many children in Wick-' low could 1111$ do. Complainant asked for a flue and said ha would

standing orders. Unless 'someone moves this motion we can do nothing lint iidiourn the. meeting until a further date., . • ~ Mr. Gregory 'thought the meeting was oat representative tp wonder a question like. that im: Midis the pro, posse of the was not there
22 July 1916 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
DICNIENNIDIS.

DICNIENNIDIS.

slant- had to arrest detesdant. Fir.t olt.wer. Flied 106 sad rata. FAILED TO PRODECI: HIS MOTOR LICENSE. I rirt-I vector Gregory prosecuted Laverty, king litnyt, Belfast, for failing to produce his motor hrense when requested lee a constable to do so
28 July 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY; JULY 8. 1916. Dunrnurry, and is replaced by Sergeant Sommerville of the latter station. Constables Hamilton and

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY; JULY 8. 1916. Dunrnurry, and is replaced by Sergeant Sommerville of the latter station. Constables Hamilton and

Ruddy, Largymore, is transferred to Whiteabbey augment the local force. Lieut.-Col. C. L. Gregory, 19th Lancers, Indian Array, and brother of District- Inspector Gregory, Lisburn, is promoted to the rank of brigadier-general, and appointed to the command of
08 July 1916 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICER ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.

OFFICER ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.

(Boorky) Watt. J. (Wavhiagtaa). LroT W. (Lia Wylio. J. iTkarlry'. aaakra). Yount .J J.ißallylranaa) VORKSNIRR UfNT INFANTRY. Gregory, H. Coanty) ROYAL IRISN Baird. J. (Taflrheroni McTrory. B. J. Bettnat). Baiter. W. aat). Mclldooa. J. (Eclfaat). Bedford.
24 July 1916 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland