Elyria Democrat, Ohio 1st December, 1887 Dennis McNamara, a shopkeeper at Ennis, Ireland, has been sentenced to twenty weeks’ imprisonment for selling copies of United Ireland, William O’Brien’s paper, the selling of which has been proclaimed. This is the first instance in which a person has been prosecuted for selling papers. Advertisements
Decatur Daily Republican 24th February, 1888 (abridged) An exhibition of the cruelty of the present rule in Ireland was afforded Wednesday in the adjoining towns of Milltown and Millbay, over in County Clare. A number of people of the neighboring parishes attempted to distribute two hundred and sixty car-loads of turf and the same amount … Continue reading
Washington Post 21st August, 1915 Marquis of Clanricarde Compromises. (abridged) After litigation extending over some four or five years the legal proceedings in connection with the expropriation of the octogenarian Marquis of Clanricarde through compulsory sale from his estates in County Galway to his tenants, have been brought to a close by means of a … Continue reading
Freeman’s Journal 26th December 1885 p45 (abridged) In every district of Ireland there is, or was a generation ago, always one musician who, by reasons of his superior skill, received a kind of patent of nobility and whose name was always spoken in association with that of his locality. In this way the subject of … Continue reading
Adelaide Observer 5th March, 1853 p5 A summary of the census in the counties of Clare, Cork and Kerry exhibits some startling results. The progress of depopulation in these Irish counties during the last ten years is without a parallel in history.
New Zealand Tablet, Vol. XXI issue 23, 5th October, 1894 p 21 On Friday Major F. G. Cullman, Sub-Sheriff of Clare, carried out an eviction under the eviction clauses of the Land Act, on the estate of the Rev Hyacinth Skerrett,Old Quay, Burren. The tenant evicted was Bridget Fahy. Possession was handed over to Pat … Continue reading
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[audio http://soundquakeradio.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/coiste-bodhar.mp3%5D AN COISTE BODHAR Story: Script Emer O’Donnell Script Consultants: James O’Malley Michael Doheny Donal C. Hanlon Emer O’Donnell Cast: Barman: James O’Malley Niall: Michael Doheny Eamon: Ray McEnany Man: Donal C. Hanlon Woman: Emer O’Donnell Production: Dawid Ciesielski Recorded at Gort Media Centre Studios – thanks…
Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser 28th January, 1864 p 15 At Dromelihy, County Clare, some men, in digging for potatoes, came on a massive boulder, which required their united exertions to remove. It had been artificially set over four other and formed an enclosure of about two feet square. But well repaid were … Continue reading
Newark Daily Advocate, Ohio 11th January, 1889 (abridged) A curious and interesting scene was enacted over in Ireland yesterday. Loughrea was the place where the spectacle occurred. After the court adjourned a sitting in which a number of Clanricarde rental cases were under consideration, a hundred or more Nationalists headed by a band, paraded the streets. … Continue reading
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