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CITY OF DUBLIN ELECTION.

CITY OF DUBLIN ELECTION.

William Henry Gregory (great Moissng). Gentlemen, I regret my inability to speak of Mr. Gregory's merits as they deserve t (oh, oh, and ironical cheers). The sentiments of Mr. Boyle in reference to Mr. Grogan are perfectly applicable to Mr. Gregory. ? scene
03 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN UNEXPECTED NEW YEAR GIFT.

AN UNEXPECTED NEW YEAR GIFT.

once before either of them spoke at all. Then Mary drew back, ha.f-laughins, and Gregory let her go, gloom creeping into his eyes again. "Gregory"—she saw his face" Gregory, what's the matter, dear?" "I've got to tell you, Mary," he answered. He drew her
31 December 1936 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTESTANT OPERATIVE SOCIETY

PROTESTANT OPERATIVE SOCIETY

He trusted that Mr. Gregory would bear with him while he (Mr. Gregg tecame the mouth-piece of that association in speaking what he believed to be the sentiments of the Protestants of the citTof Dublin (hear). He thought Mr. Gregory should informed that
21 January 1842 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY ASSIZES

GALWAY ASSIZES

K**i. who died m Richard Gregory lived London, was jnnilysed ami Where never reside I io this county. 'I he Right Hon. William Gregory under SucreUrj* at the C.uitle of Dublin, for many years, so that the late Hubert Gregory and the present owner may
17 July 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWN

COUNTY OF DOWN

front gale we met Gregory, and lie went up to the bouse. Catherine O'Hare was in the house. What Gregory said to father when I came back was spoken when turned round- There was man named I/undy at our house about five minutes after Gregory left, but was in
07 March 1871 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WESTPORT PETTY SESSIONS—DEC. 16.

WESTPORT PETTY SESSIONS—DEC. 16.

guilty of this atrocious fi deed were posted up in the district. t Parties accused -Alice Gregory, James Gregory (bus. ti hand), Sally Gregory end Mary Gregory (daughters.) ii Alyics Jordan, Esq., attorney for plaintiff ; George v Lynch, Esq., and Walt
31 December 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY ELECTION.

CITY ELECTION.

He thought, too, when Gregory referred to Lord Morpeth's bad votes' that ?? going to say that if lie (Mr. Gregory) were' there atllh time, he would have voted against the tobtle lord (heat cheers, and laughter). Now, if Mr. Gregory had said thai he (the
25 January 1842 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER. JANUARY 29, 1842.

THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER. JANUARY 29, 1842.

had said that when (Mr. Gregory) TDiut use of those expressions.he did to for electioneering puip®**’ and he (Mr. Gregory) begged to state that Mr. had been wrongly and falsely misinformed (hear, sod w** cheers). (Mr. Gregory) bad passed too many happy
29 January 1842 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK—THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27, 1842.

CORK—THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27, 1842.

had said that when Mr. Gregory) made use of those expressions, did so for electioneering purposes; and he (Mr. Gregory) begged to stale tbatMr.O’Connell had been wrongly and falM*ly informed (Hear, and loud cheers.) (Mr. Gregory) had passed too many and
27 January 1842 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Sophie bring the boxes down stairs. She thought Miss Gregory told Sophia to take down the' boxe.' She was not sure whether she saw Mr. Gregory on that morning. She had seen Miss Burgess at Mr. Gregory's frequently before this; but did not remember 't have
03 October 1843 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland