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AN UNEXPECTED NEW YEAR GIFT.

AN UNEXPECTED NEW YEAR GIFT.

once before either of them spoke at all. Then Mary drew back, ha.f-laughins, and Gregory let her go, gloom creeping into his eyes again. "Gregory"—she saw his face" Gregory, what's the matter, dear?" "I've got to tell you, Mary," he answered. He drew her
31 December 1936 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
VIII.-THE PASSPORT.

VIII.-THE PASSPORT.

tune came right and clneed the door behind him. “You an- better, Mr. Gregory " "Alexiff,'’ corrected Gregory lf you like, Mr. Atexiff. That wae l touch with the policeman.” Gregory groaned inwardly. price.” said the steward, “ia pounds, nr—Helsingfors
27 September 1901 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gregory flung the belt on

Gregory flung the belt on

asked Gregory. ’Cause that’s the sort I’m wanting—l’ve important business tor him.” inspection of tho youth and a brief examination of him convinced Gregory that this was the hand he wanted, and they presently sallied out into the evening, Gregory carefully
10 December 1914 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
STAR WRESTLER TO PAY £2OO.

STAR WRESTLER TO PAY £2OO.

her bar, because a Mr. 'Slake. a friend of Gregory, wanted to take away some glasses. Gregory insisted that the sleeves should be taken away, so plaintiff told him to take the lot. Shortly afterwards Gregory caught Burwood by the coat, and struck him
21 May 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
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
 
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.

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31 August 1912 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland