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3 newspaper clipping scrapbooks owned by James B. Burns, Clonlee, Cregagh, Belfast
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PLEASE NOTE - ALL DEATHS, MARRIAGES etc. have already been transcribed HERE

BOOK 1      BOOK 2  &  BOOK 3 (this page)

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970


Where Germany Received the Peace Terms this Afternoon (Telegraph 7th May 1919

Belfast Board of Guardians 1917 - Sale by Auction Broughmore, Broomhedge; Bachelor's Walk, Lisburn; Cliftonville, Antrim Road, Lisburn - Rainfall in Belfast 1914 - Belfast Asylum Notes - The German Effectives 1916 - Vessels Lost in 1914-15 - Recruiting in Ireland 1916 - Struck by a Torpedo Harpalion 1915 - Charlie Chaplin Held Responsible 1915 - A Forgotten Comedian Richard Cox Rowe 1915 - Death Rate of Belfast 1917 - Lord Derby's Recruiting Figures 1916 - Some Frank Reflections on the (Lieut. Baumberg) Malcolm Case 1917 - Pat Fighting Man 1917 - Commerce and the University 1918 - Old-Age Pensions 1918

From War to Work 1918 - The Abbey Church, Bangor, Re-Opened 1918 - Tale of a Collapsible Boat 1918 (Lance-Corporal J. Dowling, Connaught Rangers) - Germany and Peace 1918 - Irish Recruiting Analysis 1918 - Canadians Capture Mons - Russian War Losses - Munitions Works Change Over 1918 - With the Ulster Division 1919

With the Ulster Division 1919 continued - Armistice Wriggling 1919 - Jutland Battle Error 1919 - Lady's Long Descent 1919 (Mrs. Margaret McCance Scott) - John Knox Descendants - The German Air Raids 1919 - Volunteer Battalions, South Belfast and Young Citizens 1919 - Spies Blunder -

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BOOK 3


Treasury Notes Issued 1919 - The Case for the Scoto-Irish Tunnel 1919 - Leprosy in Ireland 1919 - Kitchener of Khartoum 1919 - 1st R.I.R. Return to England, Ordered to Belfast, Arrival Tomorrow, Rifles' Non-Arrival, Recalled on the Journey - Damage to St. Paul's and Other Famous Buildings 1919 - Mr. Geoffrey Smiles, of Belfast and Mr. Joseph Cordnor, of Derry flew to Portrush from London  - French on Shell Shortage 1919 - Postal Amalgamation - The R.I.R. Return of the 2nd Battalion 1919 - Distinctions Won in the War

Return of the 2nd R.I.R. - "Faugh-A-Ballagh" Return of the 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers - League of Nations - Monster Halibut - Shot While Milking Cow, Co. Clare, Michael Marrinan - Tramcars for Workers - Education of the Drama - Got Invoices but No Parcel - Colours 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at Belfast 1919 Lieut. W. G. Eason, 2nd Lieut. J. A. Anderson & C.Q.M. Sergeant M. Mahaffy, 36th Division Cadres Arrive - Royal Inniskillings, 2nd Batt. Cadre Home - The Shell Shortage 1919 - Desperate Trench Life - At The Ancre Mill - Raid on Stone Bridge Post - 36th Division Baths - Memorable 1st July Through Thiepval Maelstrom - Deluge of Shells - Fought With His Naked Fists - Strains of Dolly's Brae - Here's the 107th - Plunder and Murder - Plot to Persecute Jews - Serious Dundalk Accident

Where Ulstermen Won Immortal Renown 1919 - Baptism of Fire, Y.C.V. Men's Innocent Query - The "No Surrender" Men - The Order of Battle - Commander of the Fourth Corps - Famous Soldier's Tribute to Ulster - Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson - Brevities 1919 - Bomb in Watering Cart - Law-Abiding Bangor, Tribute by R.I.C. Headquarters - Army Announcements - Funeral of the Late Lord Alington - Miss Mary Milnes-Gaskell to Brigadier-General H. D. O. Ward, C.B., C.M.G. - Derry Nationalists' Boycott - Whitehead's Peace Celebrations - Quien Trial 1919 - Outrages in Ireland 1919 - Ireland and the War - The Sinn Fein Organisation in the Pay of Germany

Sinn Fein Suppressed 1919 - Activity in Belfast - Flag Removed at Newry - Incident at Monaghan Hall - Rainfall for September 1919 - Rainfall at Seaforde - Alleged Theft of Gas 1919 Peter Convery - The Queen's Island 1919 - The Bullaun Stone 1919 - More Gold From Germany 1919 - Murders by Maniacs 1919 - British Antarctic Expedition 1919 - The Home Rule Problem 1919 - Attempted Gun-Running 1919 - The White Cross Inn 1919 - R.I.R. 1st Batt. Rugeley Camp

Officer's Tragic End in Dublin - Aims of the N.U.R. - Army Announcements - More of Old Belfast, '64 Riots, and After - Shipyard Men's Guns - Wall from East Twin to Kinnegar - The Pugnacious John Rea - The Troublesome Will - Sir Robert Bateson 1919 - The 1917 Offensive 1919 - Ewarts and Glenbank, Where the Last Wolf Was Slain 1919, When Young was at Ballysillan, Birth of the Crumlin Road, Planned the '98 Rebellion, The First Baronet, Details of Glenbank - When Duncairn was a Rural Retreat 1919 - General Gough's Battle 1919 - Lord French's "1914" - Notice of Change of Surname, William Vere Porter Thompson 1919 - Banbridge Hymn Writer - To His Fallen Comrades - Trial of French General - German Losses in Airmen - The Allied War Losses 1919 - Rainfall for October 1919 - Rainfall at Seaforde - Site of a Famous Cockpit

Helen's Tower 1919 - Glen Cairn - Fernhill - The Cunninghams and Ulster 1919 - Huguenot Regiments in Ireland 1919 - Roman Catholics and Education 1919 - Angry Ratepayers, Cregagh Water Supply 1919 - Prisoner on Hunger Strike - Raid with a Toy Revolver - Nationalisation of Hospitals - Import of German Dyestuffs - Belfast Gas Output - Belfast Public Libraries 1920 - The Year's Lost Working Days 1919 - Orlock, Everton Drive, 1926 - Exhibition in Council Chamber 1920

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