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Defendant's counsel objected to its production.

Defendant's counsel objected to its production.

contended Mr. Gregory had no to appropriate his own use in the manner did. the oil would well Mr. Gregory were able clear up the matter, but op to that time attempt bad been made to do so. one would be more happy than he (Mr. lind that Mr. Gregory would able
25 October 1862 - Wexford Constitution - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY DOWN ASSIZES.

COUNTY DOWN ASSIZES.

five mirute* the house. out Gregory said 4 * Will you s/*»n <M«!njf ' i'atin *ine was the- r«!y person in the bouse except deceased. Gregory went out > then. went into tbe and fotht end I ; ft tbe hous ■ ten minutes. fter Gregory. Never >aw father alive saw
08 March 1871 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POOR LAW DOINGS.

POOR LAW DOINGS.

had aald that when h« (Mr Gregory) made uaeot those expressions, be did for electioneering purposes ; and he (Mr Gregory) to state that MrO'Cunnell bad been wrnigl) and fslse'y mlainlnnned—(hear anil loud cheersJ. He (Mr Gregory) bad passed too many and
29 January 1842 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZE NEWS.

ASSIZE NEWS.

visit of Miss Lindsay and of Gregory, and contended that it rmust have been a very con- siderable time before Gregory left Gallagher's house. He would ask the jury not to believe the statement made by Miss Gallagher that Gregory made use of the words, " Will
07 March 1871 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WARDER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29.

THE WARDER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29.

kindly spirit, and he would appeal to them as to Mr. Gregory’s merits. Ho did not mean to impeach him ; he did not use one word against his private life and character. He believed that Mr. Gregory was valued by his friends, that he was fit for any genteel
29 January 1842 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. J. H. WALWORTH

MRS. J. H. WALWORTH

within the province of Detective Wilson." "Tell him," said Gregory, trembling violently, " that I, Gregory Kendall, your old fag, Ilugh, have already retained you for the (leftism !" "What 1 You, Gregory, a mur---" "Hush I said so! I hear him panting up the
03 January 1891 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN ELKCTION.

DUBLIN ELKCTION.

(Cheers.) If Mr. Gregory were then declare himself, and promise on his solemn word to join with all his might, heartily tor the Repeal, he (the Lord Mayor) would once—though he then seconded Lord Morpeth—vote against him, and second Mr. Gregory. (Laughter and
27 January 1842 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A T DREE N.

A T DREE N.

omrt, aava that of Gregory Swift. It curiosity that caused him to linger while the Imi re-constable told the aorvy story the unhappy girl’s rash act, and bow had bean im- I- o*silile to elicit from bar anything concerning h-Tself. Gregory could not uaderatand
27 January 1899 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
®|ft Sattst

®|ft Sattst

fiercely, and wish that she had never ent-red Lyndon Hall I Gregory restless and distracted at his unusual state of fueling. He chafed and raged under it tinder conceal d wound ; if Gregory had the faults he had also the virtues of a savage. If he be)i
31 December 1857 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LORD MORPETH—GREAT MEETING OF REFORMERS.

LORD MORPETH—GREAT MEETING OF REFORMERS.

upon le that occasion, as a mercantile man, to support Lord Mor. rd peth, in opposition to'Mr. Gregory. because he believed in le his conscience that Mr. Gregory was totally incapable of e- serving the mercantile interests of the country (loud cries at of
24 January 1842 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland