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THE WARDER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22

THE WARDER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22

passed with acclamation. thought might with certainty say, that Mr. Gregory had by his speech convinced them that their choice him as their candidate was good (hear). He trusted that Mr. Gregory would beir with him while he (Mr. Gregg) became the mouth-piece
22 January 1842 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NI]W li Y TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY. JULY 8. 1855

THE NI]W li Y TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY. JULY 8. 1855

examined.—Knows Mr. Gregory long time; is Magistrate of the County Armagh; was Mr. Gregory’s land agvnt for two years, and corresponded with htm. bills in dispute handed witness.) Don’t believe tb« signatures. “W. H. Gregory.” be Mr. Gregory’s handwrit
03 July 1855 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday

then demanded behalf of Mr. Gregory. The Kev. Mr. Gregg said he did not demand a poll oa behalf of Mr. Ferrand. Mr. Brereton, on behalf of Messrs. Grogan and Gregory, stated that the election was now contested one, and Mr Gregory, who was the party demanding
04 August 1847 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTELLIGENCE,

INTELLIGENCE,

OF QUEEN’S BENCH—Feidat. (Before Mr. Jufttice Cnunpton end a special jury.) Htchardaon v. Gregory, Tbis was action to recover from tbs defendant, Mr W H Gregory, the amount of two bills of exchange—one for and the other for Sool—alleged be bis acceptances
02 July 1855 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Tony award for powerless independence

The Tony award for powerless independence

All except Byrne. "Why aren't you clapping. Eric." called Gregory. Fianna Fail backbenchers, always quick to take a rise out of Byrne, started to echo Gregory. In a Nay you sense that Gregory would almost have been disappointed if the boys had got it
12 February 1995 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1848. TO THE BIGHT HOKOtTKABLE LOAD JOHH

DUBLIN: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1848. TO THE BIGHT HOKOtTKABLE LOAD JOHH

person or persons guilty thU atrocious deed posted up in the district. Parties accused—Alice Gregory, James Gregory, (busband), Sally Gregory and Mary Gregory (daughters ) Myles Jordan Esq. attorney for plaintiff; George Lynch, Esq., and Walter Bourke
03 January 1848 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IHE WICKLOW PEOPLE, Saturday, September 8, 1894.

IHE WICKLOW PEOPLE, Saturday, September 8, 1894.

risk, Mr Gregory and will settle it. Doolittle —I think without documentary evidence it will be quite sufficient to administer tbs oath to Gregory. •turning-offic t—You are not going to get me in a trap as great a lawyer y m are. Secretary— Gregory will fill
08 September 1894 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION. '

GENERAL ELECTION. '

Gort, which was surrounded by Mr. Gregory’s estate. He was intimately acquainted with every part of Ireland, but he never saw a more miserable exhibition of povrety than that which he witnessed Mr. Gregory’s land Mr. Gregory had been accused straying away
07 August 1847 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VIII.-THE PASSPORT.

VIII.-THE PASSPORT.

tune came right and clneed the door behind him. “You an- better, Mr. Gregory " "Alexiff,'’ corrected Gregory lf you like, Mr. Atexiff. That wae l touch with the policeman.” Gregory groaned inwardly. price.” said the steward, “ia pounds, nr—Helsingfors
27 September 1901 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gregory flung the belt on

Gregory flung the belt on

asked Gregory. ’Cause that’s the sort I’m wanting—l’ve important business tor him.” inspection of tho youth and a brief examination of him convinced Gregory that this was the hand he wanted, and they presently sallied out into the evening, Gregory carefully
10 December 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland