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TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, Author of " The Mystery of et Holum Cab," "TL Carbuncle," Er.

TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, Author of " The Mystery of et Holum Cab," "TL Carbuncle," Er.

She married Luke Fielding; but the boy is mine, born about the same time as my heir Gregory. When my wife died, Madeline insisted on coming to the Hall and nursing Gregory. I could not refuse her ; she would have revealed the truth, aid bare disgraced me
12 December 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LISBURN

THE LISBURN

COMPLIMENT TO C.-I. GREGORY. TRIBUTE TO THE LATE REV. FATHER PATASHIN. LISBURN MAGISTRATES TRIBUTE TO POPULAR POLICE OFFICER. L►aburn reflecting the feelings ul the people of the district, yesterday. presented County Inspector Gregory with a valuable piece
20 August 1920 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
days will be nearer together, and Hem I don't want to be called upon to witness them. You say you

days will be nearer together, and Hem I don't want to be called upon to witness them. You say you

was his just duo.. fortune. She knew the telegram would come. Sloe Gregory was heartbroken. lice iesetion o. The stage. as the time for Agnes's ell- could see pretentious signs in Gregory's face. his love in the past given him hoopoe.. trance drew near
26 June 1936 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIETY GObEill'. NEWS IN miler. Civil List costa the people of Spain Lir:pence per head per amm. At Fioriihoni, Surrey,

SOCIETY GObEill'. NEWS IN miler. Civil List costa the people of Spain Lir:pence per head per amm. At Fioriihoni, Surrey,

peaeo aad hap Gregory's smart-looking hansom rolled up to the entrance of the theatre just a, the line portion of the audience cane crowding out at the end of the second act of the matinee. Hitherto° hansoms had been a rare lexiity to Gregory, but in view
02 February 1907 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern 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 LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903.

THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903.

a••assin." "Then you know that Caesar killed Sir Gregory?" "You jump to conclusions, Mrs. Boasoph,' said Fank.. noting the tone of relief in which she made this remark. "I do not know that Caesar killed Sir Gregory Fellenger. But I know that both you and Dr
07 November 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A KINDLY COLLIE.

A KINDLY COLLIE.

killed Sir Gregory." "I know nothing of the murder, sir. I am a simple old body and cannot help you in any way." "Oh, yes, you can, Mrs. Prisom. You can bold me by relating all you know about this tattooing." "But what can the death of Sir Gregory halm to
28 November 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
• THE LISBURN' STANDARD. DARD. FRIDAY. •.AUGUST 9. 1918. 5 . . PARKET LISBURN NAMIETS. dd. do loot UNION PLOTS

• THE LISBURN' STANDARD. DARD. FRIDAY. •.AUGUST 9. 1918. 5 . . PARKET LISBURN NAMIETS. dd. do loot UNION PLOTS

Army. both flu the eye et the declarant/it war * BREVITISS. * recent Mr. Henry C. Gregory, J.P., a nd it decided that the that firm it not. He * * of Dist rict - Gregory. be Tit• [don, • moldier. tlwre. An Win und er th e o f sit tow year. kW. below& North
09 August 1918 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS. This Court was held yesterday, before Mews. William Davis, J,P.; Wm. Mgt. roy, J.P.; Augustue Turtle, J.P.;

LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS. This Court was held yesterday, before Mews. William Davis, J,P.; Wm. Mgt. roy, J.P.; Augustue Turtle, J.P.;

nspector Gregory, who has gone to County Kerry as Acting-County- Inspector. He wished, on behalf of the magistrates, to express their regret at the District-Inspector's departure, although they rejoiced to learn of his promotion. Mr. Gregory was an able
23 January 1920 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SVUOEHT EXTRAORDINARY.

SVUOEHT EXTRAORDINARY.

Hampshire family, I believe?" "Yes," replied Garth. with a nail. "Sir Gregory was the fourth baronet and only son. The family se&t. is Mere Hall, near Bournemouth." "You are Sir Gregory's cousin?" "I am ; on the soothe?' side." "Who is the preset baronet—youreLf
22 August 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland