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WILLS AND BEQIMSTS. The personal estate has been valued at £69:784 16s. 4d. of Sir Charles Hutton Gregory. of 3-

WILLS AND BEQIMSTS. The personal estate has been valued at £69:784 16s. 4d. of Sir Charles Hutton Gregory. of 3-

Hutton Gregory. of 3- Duchess-streat, Portland l ace , and of 2, Delahar street, Westminster, K.C.M.G., past president of tke Institution of Civil Engineers, who died on January 10 last, aged 80 yaws, son of the late Dr. Olintiins Glitter. Gregory. Professor
19 February 1898 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Proclaim the story of the Cross, " And I, if I be h u e d op, will draw all

Proclaim the story of the Cross, " And I, if I be h u e d op, will draw all

plaintiff and the defendant were anxious to obtain it. Kane made an offer for it, and Mrs. Gregory made a higher offer. On the 30th of October, as Mrs. Gregory was passing along the road, Wm. Kane called her names, struck her with his fist in the face
13 January 1894 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE POSTMEN'S FEDERATION.

THE POSTMEN'S FEDERATION.

Secretary, Mr. Walpole," " The Sir Rowland Hill Fund and Mutual Benefit Society coupled," " The local Postmasters," ani " Bro. Gregory, Portadown." In the replies, on behalf of local Postmasters, it was urged that they were being shamefully paid for their very
11 April 1896 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895

THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895

find two woven to write exactly like that. !Catlike copperplate:... There was indeed conclusive evidence. " Gregory;" line for line the "Gregory compared with the applicato.n Mistress Alice had pot into writing on the find day of her coming to Park-avenue
10 August 1895 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895.

THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895.

you are not nameless to others. As for your patient, my name is Mary Gregory." "Gregory ? It must be so," Ralph said to himself ; then aloud: " You have not told me yet, Miss Gregory, that I am forgiven fur my intrusion. Timm was no time to stand on ceremony
24 August 1895 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TILE LISBURN SFANDARD--SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1856.

TILE LISBURN SFANDARD--SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1856.

Titaness saes even chosen, and were front .2. Trete, H. Graham, J. H. Troika% 5. 4 A. Jams; from New Soethledie : C. P. 8. Gregory, and T. NeGibbin ; the South Australia: G. Olden. J. Da lag, and E. Jaws; and hem C. Eady. If than was one popular Weed= was
02 May 1896 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wm. Rain, in reply to Mr. BROWN, deposed that on the 30th of October Mra. Gregory called him a liar

Wm. Rain, in reply to Mr. BROWN, deposed that on the 30th of October Mra. Gregory called him a liar

Mulholland's evidence was to the effect that she did not see Hain hitting Mr.. Gregory. or throwing ht r into a Ledge. Witness was summlned in this case on behalf of Mre. Gregory, but had not been called by her. Juho Mulholland and Joseph Katie deposed to
13 January 1894 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOURS NOT UNDER CONTROL.

HOURS NOT UNDER CONTROL.

of the lighter and the horse. The Bench imposed a fine of £1 and costs, onethird of the fine to go to the Society. George Gregory and Richard Maze were charged with a like offence by the same complainant. Mr. Allen prosecuted, and Maze appeared, but was
09 September 1899 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THII LISBURN

THII LISBURN

off the Chairman, Br. Gregory, for his present courteous and distinguished services in presiding, with a rale oulde oirirh vote of thanks. Oa behalf of the visitors, the presiding compliment was graciously acknowledged by Br. Gregory, who, in turn, thanked
11 April 1896 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROPERTY BALES.

PROPERTY BALES.

Biddings per statute acre-Mr. Robert Gregory. £5, £6 ; Mr. Wm. Gregory, £ 5 zos. The biddings being considered Insufficient, the sale was withdrawn, and the farm was subsequently sold by private treaty to Mr. Wm. Gregory at £525. Lot 3-Three dwelling-houses
28 May 1898 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland