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CITY OF DUBLIN ELECTION.

CITY OF DUBLIN ELECTION.

William Henry Gregory (great Moissng). Gentlemen, I regret my inability to speak of Mr. Gregory's merits as they deserve t (oh, oh, and ironical cheers). The sentiments of Mr. Boyle in reference to Mr. Grogan are perfectly applicable to Mr. Gregory. ? scene
03 August 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTPORT PETTY SESSIONS—DEC. 16.

WESTPORT PETTY SESSIONS—DEC. 16.

guilty of this atrocious fi deed were posted up in the district. t Parties accused -Alice Gregory, James Gregory (bus. ti hand), Sally Gregory end Mary Gregory (daughters.) ii Alyics Jordan, Esq., attorney for plaintiff ; George v Lynch, Esq., and Walt
31 December 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY ELECTION.

CITY ELECTION.

He thought, too, when Gregory referred to Lord Morpeth's bad votes' that ?? going to say that if lie (Mr. Gregory) were' there atllh time, he would have voted against the tobtle lord (heat cheers, and laughter). Now, if Mr. Gregory had said thai he (the
25 January 1842 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Sophie bring the boxes down stairs. She thought Miss Gregory told Sophia to take down the' boxe.' She was not sure whether she saw Mr. Gregory on that morning. She had seen Miss Burgess at Mr. Gregory's frequently before this; but did not remember 't have
03 October 1843 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUSTINGS—THE NOMINATION.

HUSTINGS—THE NOMINATION.

that when he (Mr. Gregory) nade use of those expressions, he did so for electioneering purw><es; and he (Mr. Gregory) begged to state that Mr. ) Connell hail been wrongly and falsely misinformed (hear, and loud cheers), He (Mr. Gregory) had passed too many
26 January 1842 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE cAnLow

THE cAnLow

at the bar being at the mar ter of Mr. Gregory ; knows Mr. Marshal: and reeollects baring filet him coming back Irons where Mr. Gregory lay ; Mr. MArsh.ris never toel his liutt of the men who murdered Mr. Gregory was taken ; this was the day alter the
24 March 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WARDER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22

THE WARDER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22

passed with acclamation. thought might with certainty say, that Mr. Gregory had by his speech convinced them that their choice him as their candidate was good (hear). He trusted that Mr. Gregory would beir with him while he (Mr. Gregg) became the mouth-piece
22 January 1842 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday

then demanded behalf of Mr. Gregory. The Kev. Mr. Gregg said he did not demand a poll oa behalf of Mr. Ferrand. Mr. Brereton, on behalf of Messrs. Grogan and Gregory, stated that the election was now contested one, and Mr Gregory, who was the party demanding
04 August 1847 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1848. TO THE BIGHT HOKOtTKABLE LOAD JOHH

DUBLIN: MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1848. TO THE BIGHT HOKOtTKABLE LOAD JOHH

person or persons guilty thU atrocious deed posted up in the district. Parties accused—Alice Gregory, James Gregory, (busband), Sally Gregory and Mary Gregory (daughters ) Myles Jordan Esq. attorney for plaintiff; George Lynch, Esq., and Walter Bourke
03 January 1848 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION. '

GENERAL ELECTION. '

Gort, which was surrounded by Mr. Gregory’s estate. He was intimately acquainted with every part of Ireland, but he never saw a more miserable exhibition of povrety than that which he witnessed Mr. Gregory’s land Mr. Gregory had been accused straying away
07 August 1847 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland