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THE DAILY EXP:

THE DAILY EXP:

Fiispatrick examined by Mr. Cbatterlou I was in Mr. Jackson’s office, and I know Mr, Gregory s handwriting. (Proved the bill). Toe wrntitg tbe £3OO bill is very lilts Mi. Gregory's style but is lighter, and 1 would not swear either Hist it Ins or no. Cross-examined
30 June 1855 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARYBOROUGH ASSIZES.

MARYBOROUGH ASSIZES.

them on the Boor ; I remained only a few moments ; rode off on horseback ; saw Mr. Gregory afterwards at Donnelly's, which was not on Mr. Gregory's road home ; Mr. Gregory was on a hoard, with two pillows under his bead, lying in his clothes ; when corning
30 March 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
LYNDON HALL.

LYNDON HALL.

her fiercely, and wish that she had never entered Lyndon Hall Gregory was restless and distracted his unusual of feeling. He chafed and raged under it as under concealed wound for if Gregory had the faults, he had also the virtues of a savage. If he believed
16 December 1857 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COKFLICATED TRASSAtXIOSS.

COKFLICATED TRASSAtXIOSS.

The case Mr. Gregory, to which now pass, much more complicated. the beginning of I'.h?! . Mr. Gregory Teas put in touch with Messrs. Iroiimongei Goby Mr. O’Malloy. Jits first transaction with them was initialed the -sth January
03 March 1928 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
After a blank day on Thuwlay play started yesterday the Leinster L.L. ground. Hath mine*, in bright but unsettled weather.

After a blank day on Thuwlay play started yesterday the Leinster L.L. ground. Hath mine*, in bright but unsettled weather.

«t MUlinff .. ~ b Gregory ....... j Walker W. Meldon 34 11. M. Oickson b Gro- gory * L. D. Hole Oto- gory J. A. Fcrguaon • Murphy ........... 19 W. U. luoiburo b Gre- gorl ® B. Clarke c Quinlan *» Gregory ; W. Mebsier Murphy b Gregory •••••- -—-—• J. R
31 August 1912 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION ; OR, CORK ADVERTISER.—TUESDAY MORNING, JUXY^^JLSS^

THE CONSTITUTION ; OR, CORK ADVERTISER.—TUESDAY MORNING, JUXY^^JLSS^

a magistrate ofthe county Armagh. Was Mr. Gregory’s land agent for two years, and corresponded with him. [The bills in dispute handed to witness.] Don’t believe the signatures H. Gregory,” to be in Mr. Gregory’s handwriting. Cfoas-examined —The same letters
03 July 1855 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LYNDON HALL.

LYNDON HALL.

tree the eiid of the long walk with her cousin Gregory. North was fair, pale, timid, and depressed ; Gregory an Arab and almost as swarthy : l * was gentle and cold, no one and harming nothing, while Gregory's eery caresses were less tender than the reproache
04 December 1857 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory |

This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory |

This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory | ALL this happened a few monlhs ago; il was the end of the milliner holidays. Gregory Keenan gad been spending a holiday with Uncle Pat and Aunt Mary up , D the mountains, and, in spile of ,1k weather, he had
19 November 1954 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND

AND

Kelly introduced the various speakers who attended to pay tribute to Brother Gregory. Rev. V. Connolly, C.C. speaking on behalf of the local clergy, praised Brother Gregory for the great work he had done for the children of the town in the Brothers Primary
04 October 1974 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH AGRICUITURIST

IRISH AGRICUITURIST

Tritonville corner. Here it was that amongst several others Gregory Gurnclt alighted, and while some continued the journey Sanymountor to Mcrrion, these found rest at their various home*. Gregory turned down Haigh’s—now Newbridge—avenue, and having reached
20 September 1890 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland