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Westward of Arran – 1882

POEMS BY DENIS FLORENCE MAC CARTHY DUBLIN. M. H. GILL AND SON, 50 UPPER SACKVILLE STREET 1882 (excerpt Ara of the Saints) Westward of Arran as I sailed away; I saw the fairest sight eye can behold– Rocks which, illumined by the morning’s ray, Seemed like a glorious city built of gold. Men moved along each sunny shining street, … Continue reading

Croagh Patrick – 1914

CROAGH PATRICK. Freeman’s Journal – 10th September 1914 THE GREAT ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE. OVER 15,000 PEOPLE ATTEND. (abridged) The Croagh Patrick pilgrimage was once again convincing proof of the abiding homage of the Irish people for their National Apostle. From near and far, from every county in Ireland, and from Australia, America, South Africa and Great Britain, pious pilgrims assembled at the … Continue reading

Creating Irish Crime – 1911

North Otago Times, 13th April, 1911 CREATING IRISH CRIME The Connaught Tribune, a leading Nationalist newspaper published at Galway recently printed, on the authority of “a reliable correspondent,” the following extraordinary story of “loyalist” methods in agitating against Home Rule; Many of the strange and meaningless outbreaks that have recently occurred in County Galway are … Continue reading

Here’s to the County Galway – 1896

Southland Times, I 13385, 22nd February 1896 p6 Here’s to the County Galway (abridged/anon) No matter wheresoe’er I roam In foreign lands across the foam, My thoughts will always fly to home, To home and County Galway. And though, alas, I had to part And hear the sting of sorrow’s dart, There’s still a soft … Continue reading

Intimidatory notices – Kinvara – 1910

Intimidatory Notices (Kinvara). HC Deb 10 March 1910 vol 14 cc1619-201619

Typhus in County Galway – 1942

EVENING POST VOLUME CXXXIV ISSUE 125 23RD NOVEMBER 1942 P4 TYPHUS IN COUNTY GALWAY Thirteen cases of typhus are reported in the coastal area of County Galway. One death has occurred. Schools within an area of 175 square miles have been closed.

Advance notice – 1909

Hansard Commons Deb 28 June 1909 vol 7 c195W Mr. DUFFY asked the Chief Secretary whether he is aware of the fact that the sergeant of the Royal Irish Constabulary stationed at Kinvara, county Galway, sends a telegram to the police authorities at Gort on each occasion that Mr. Michael O’Donohoe, J.P., county councillor, Kinvara, … Continue reading

Kinvara Harbour – Tolls – 1901

HC Deb 13 August 1901 vol 99 cc607-8 607 § MR. DUFFY (Galway, S.) I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he is aware that there is no available authority to compel the receiver of tolls at Kinvara Harbour to take such measures as will facilitate the entrance … Continue reading

Rent reduced – Kinvarra – 1893

NEW ZEALAND TABLET VOLUME XXI, Issue 23, 24th March 1893 p9 J Brady Murray, 11 Pembroke Road, Dublin and Northampton House Kinvarra, has given a reduction of fifty per cent to his kinvarra tenants. Mr Murray is son of the late P Brady, Soliitor, Danby, Ballyshannon, and nephew of Mrs John Stephensen, Castle Street, Ballyshannon

Kinvarra Petty Sessions – 1886

NEW ZEALAND TABLET VOLUME XIV ISSUE 34 17TH DECEMBER, 1886 P 19 At the Kinvarra Petty Sessions on September 22 before Colonel Mallon, R.M. and major Blake, 37 men were charged with unlawful assembling and breaking the fences on the lands of Cahergilssane, the property of Arthur Persse. The first Crown witness, a man named … Continue reading

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