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*hen assured thpm that he had not pursued this line of duct through any feeling-* of indifference towards his noble

*hen assured thpm that he had not pursued this line of duct through any feeling-* of indifference towards his noble

(the Lord Mayor) had said'that when he (Mr. Gregory) made use those expressions, he did for elecMonetrmg purposes; and (Mr. Gregory) begged to state that Mr. had been misinformed. (Loud cheers.) -He (Mr. Gregory) had passed too many happy days in the Eternal
01 February 1842 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CROWN COURT

CROWN COURT

remarkable to meet John Gregory the ioa , for I met him frequently. « t Bernard O'Connell examined by was working on a marsh bog on the . • I left off work at six o’clock, and went Hie village of Seaforde, past Gregorys a ■ tween Gregory’s gate and the villag
09 March 1871 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
M ee's DAVIS

M ee's DAVIS

days." " I shall break 't Feld." mentaird Gregory, dieting l'*. ", -1 ead Lefty?" ke said, suddenly and sham f ily. "'what about Lefty!" asked Mrs. Melki, , , eyeing , sharply. aspect she's tarried?" said Gregory "Do you, then? Well, she ain't, and not
23 December 1916 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
whoee life the preeeot bad been a eeriea of Crimea, He should therefore be kept penal servitude for the of

whoee life the preeeot bad been a eeriea of Crimea, He should therefore be kept penal servitude for the of

tUeir property, and they said they the at ark low. them • these are the two bottles John Gregory, Mary Gregory (his ivife). Mary ,, g t is claret there were Gregory (his d.nghter), ami an old woman liomod ,f „ ' Mary Ileally, were indicted for having on
01 April 1871 - Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
PROMENADE CONCERT IN OMAGH. SERIOUS CHARGES OF RIOT. Ouaqh, Satckday.—Last the usual weekly j At Baphoe Sessions, on Saturday, before

PROMENADE CONCERT IN OMAGH. SERIOUS CHARGES OF RIOT. Ouaqh, Satckday.—Last the usual weekly j At Baphoe Sessions, on Saturday, before

interest of the f ow j beat, and unlawfully assault Wm. Watson, between Gregory and the two little M'Cormieks. audience. Miss Edith Porter’s pinaforte solo, gbas. Gregory, Wm. Gregory, and Ebenezer jj asked their Worships not to pay atten“ Home Sweet Home
08 December 1884 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH ARMY

THE CHURCH ARMY

interest creeping over his coldly handsome face, Gregory's friend entered his final protest against the objectionable decision of Gregory's wife to turn shopkeeper: "Permit me once once more, Nlrs. Kendall, as Gregory's oldest and best friend, to protest Most
17 January 1891 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY FREEMAN’S JOUKMAL

THE WEEKLY FREEMAN’S JOUKMAL

thought, too, when Mr, Gregory referred to Lord Morpeth’s bad votes, that was going to say that if he (Mr. Gregory; were there at the time, would have voted against the nohle lord (hear, cheers, and laughter). Now. if Mr. Gregory bad said that, (the Lord
29 January 1842 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The grand old man of Hollywood

The grand old man of Hollywood

astonishment, Gregory found out when he enrolled to- which Gregory senior replica, in a pre-med course at the University "Well. 1 haven't been at all well of California in Berkeley. changed 'only. - halfway through to English, and gradaer fact, Gregory the mo
01 August 1999 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOY’S.

HOY’S.

Reehab's True Blues L.O.L, .89. The late Mr. Gregory was predeceased I couple of jeers ago by his wife, and I loaves son (Mr. John George Gregory, I Principal of Milttown P.E. School), and I two daughters (Anna M. Gregory, I who resided with him, and Miss Eth
23 December 1932 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
CORONER'S VERDICT

CORONER'S VERDICT

in 1922 they went to live in a house at St. John's Wood, where Mr. Maundy Gregory also lived. In 1923 Mr. and Mrs. Bosse parted by mutual consent, and Mrs. Bosse and Mr. Gregory continued to live in the same house. Coming to deceased's illness, the Coroner
19 July 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland