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M GREGORY’S LETTER BOX

M GREGORY’S LETTER BOX

At all events, if I ady Gregory did come across anything more than ordinarily scandalous in the bottom of that “large, iron-clamped, leather-covered box at Coote’e," in which the correspondence the Right Honourable William Gregory has )&in forgotten for
30 March 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFTER SPLENDID FIRST WICKET

AFTER SPLENDID FIRST WICKET

Hobbs, c Kenewsy, b Gregory Sutcliffe. c V. Riehardoon. b Malley Hearne. c sub., b Mailey Woolley, b Gregory Hendren, not out Sandbars, b Malley A. P. F. Chapman, run out Tate, c sub., b Mailey A. E. R. Gilkgau, b Gregory Freeman, b Gregory (*rude:irk,
23 December 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PORTADOWN POSTMAN RETIRES AFTER 40 YEARS' SERVICE. A CREDITABLE RECORD.

PORTADOWN POSTMAN RETIRES AFTER 40 YEARS' SERVICE. A CREDITABLE RECORD.

walk, Mr Gregory founded Derryvane School, teaching for two and half years in a house provided by • committee before the school was taken over by the National Board. This work was done after the morning delivery of letters, and before Mr Gregory's return
22 February 1913 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLAND LOSES THE RUBBER

ENGLAND LOSES THE RUBBER

2nd Inns. Hobbs, c and b Mailey 18 b Gregory -123 Rhodes, run out 16 Ibw, M'Dona.d Makepeace, c Gregory, „ ~ ~ b Armstrong 60 and b Donajd ... Hendren, b Gregory'.. 36 b 51 Woolley, c Kelleway, Gregory 79 b Gregory Russell, not out 155 Mailey 9
21 January 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Hfjc Bottngjatnck ilcrorD DOWNPATRICK: SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1871.

Hfjc Bottngjatnck ilcrorD DOWNPATRICK: SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1871.

After Miss l.indsay went out the next person to come in was Gregory. I was coming out of the room with the tea things when I saw him standing in the passage. When I was in the room I heard Gregory ask master where had been all evening, and answered that
11 March 1871 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TRH ASSISTANT SCHOOLMISTRESS!.

TRH ASSISTANT SCHOOLMISTRESS!.

of the union without some funds. Mr. Gregory Murphy remarked that in a great many cases the Clerk of Works had not marked out the plots. Chairman—The Clerk of Works draws his salary for doing his business. Mr. Gregory Murphy observed that the mere fact
21 December 1889 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GKO KG 15 W. M‘CUICHEON

GKO KG 15 W. M‘CUICHEON

inspired me with the thought. Gregory, did you ever see the I.?" Yes-why you ask ?~ ** You look like him though you were his brother.*' ** The brother of Feodore, the Cxarovilch of Dimitri, was murdered Uglitch,** replied Gregory, and there arc those who say
23 January 1863 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
A GERMAN PREACHER ON THE WAR.

A GERMAN PREACHER ON THE WAR.

d I have told everything that was said iu presence between Gregory aud my father. My father made no reply to Gregory. I saw a man named Lundy enter our house about five minutes after Gregory left. At the time the prisoner spoke to my father his back was
11 March 1871 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
attempt had been made to prove the signature Lead l) kellin. One of the leaves was directed to that. Iles

attempt had been made to prove the signature Lead l) kellin. One of the leaves was directed to that. Iles

the honour and the character of Mr. Gregory. They all knew who that gentleman was. They knew who l.:s father and grandfather were ; and 110 name Intone was more highly respected than that of the late William Gregory, but that was no reason why his grandson
05 July 1855 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
DISEASE FROM MONEY.

DISEASE FROM MONEY.

not believe one word of it," says the lawyer, presently, turning his clear gray eyes from the paper to Gregory's wife. "I do not believe that Gregory Kendall has ever seen the interior of a madhouse, nor that he ever shed a drop of human blood. That c
31 January 1891 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland