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women seven in the dock A BRAWL following a bingo session in Rathdrum had a sequel in Wicklow District Court on Tuesday when seven women were charged with conduct leading to a breach of the peace.

women seven in the dock A BRAWL following a bingo session in Rathdrum had a sequel in Wicklow District Court on Tuesday when seven women were charged with conduct leading to a breach of the peace.

clout across the back from Agnes Gregory. Cross-examined by Mr. Denis Hipwell, who appeared for Anne Gregory, Mrs. Kennedy said that Agnes Gregory was the aggressor, she had called Anne Gregory a robber, "Agnes Gregory wanted a fight and she got
26 January 1990 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
NISI PRIUS COURT

NISI PRIUS COURT

paid rent to Mr*.. Gregory. The wills of William Gregory and Mrs. Gregory were then proved, also the lease of 1786, and renewal from Col. Knox. Mr. Alexander Tinny was nest examined by Mr. Major— Knows Fanny Gregory, the widow of Gregory, these
01 August 1843 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A petty jury h*nii« been enrolled, end aome evidence given. Hie LoKiwuir directed an acquittal on the firet count, and

A petty jury h*nii« been enrolled, end aome evidence given. Hie LoKiwuir directed an acquittal on the firet count, and

the kitchen when Miss Lindsay came in. 1 heard my father make no reply to Gregory. A man named Lundy visited my father about five nrnutes after Gregory left. To his Lordship —Gregory saw me coming up Indore he turned round, and asked my father was be coming
11 March 1871 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■L AND TAR BOUM.

■L AND TAR BOUM.

him a copy of the resolution. Mr. Gregory Murphy—Can you define the law ? Is he liable or not ? The Clerk—My impression iii that we did not serve him with notice in the first instance. lie is hardly liable. Mr. Gregory Murphy—The dispensary committee are
24 August 1889 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LYNDON HALL.

LYNDON HALL.

at the end of tbe long walk with her cousin Gregory. Norah mi fair, pale, timid, and depressed Gregory as Arab and almoet swarthy : Norah was gentle and cold, loving no one and harming nothing, while Gregory's very carcases were lees tender than the reproaohe
14 December 1857 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEWARE! BEWARE!!

BEWARE! BEWARE!!

only appeal to Mrs. Gregory whether she did or did not hear me agree with Byroouds, the artist, to see the sunrise from Round Hill Oh, agree, agree,” said Tom anybody can make agreement—the pinch to keep It. Well, now. Mrs. Gregory, what do you say, was
25 September 1874 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

M,sa Gregory hear that the Right lion. short')’ j *^ jia takedown the boxes ; shews* sure whe* be in marriage to that most aiiiiable lady, the j |{ . r i.’f.gnry thnt morning fl.e had seen Dowager Cmintessof Leicester. • \i} Buriress Rtr. Gregory’s frequently
03 October 1843 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT SKREEN. THE DISTRICT INSPECTOR WANTED TO SHARPEN THEM LIP.

AT SKREEN. THE DISTRICT INSPECTOR WANTED TO SHARPEN THEM LIP.

Cmaa-exaohned by Mr Gregory- -Re wasquite sure the horse turned as axis ai the trap met the two men, not when it had passed them a yanit an acorn to by Mr Gregory. NIT Fitzgerald —That was as correct as other things be swore. sir Gregory• here eked leave
16 November 1895 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
GOING TO CAN-OSSA.” HISTORIC PHRASE - WHAT IT REALLY MEANS. world a-lmiros groat Poj>o St. Gregory VII., yet the CathcAic

GOING TO CAN-OSSA.” HISTORIC PHRASE - WHAT IT REALLY MEANS. world a-lmiros groat Poj>o St. Gregory VII., yet the CathcAic

Cardinal Newman wrote a review of “Life of St. Gregory V 11.,” in which said that tho event C'anossa had done this Pope much harm with posterity. No doubt writers have taken it pretext for abusing Gregory, and e-f accusing him pride and arrogance, or.
11 December 1907 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ARREST OF MR. GREGORY OF THE SATIRIST

ARREST OF MR. GREGORY OF THE SATIRIST

servant inmtime to enable Mr. Gregory to escape to, the top of the Mouse. Aliss Gregory, who it appears accompanied her father, suet the officer on the stairs, and was astonished to find herself accosted as Miss Gregory, where she had been known- only
22 August 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland