You may remember how a very small credit I once opened with the bank in coleraine made them close in a week.
I was on my way to coleraine, doctor, and I turned off at the mill to see Dolly, and ask her how she was.
Be it understood that these religionists live in Ireland and date their malediction from coleraine.
Janet saw it all, for she had gone into coleraine, and the doctor gave her a seat back with himself and his daughter.
It stands on a high bank overlooking the Bann, about a mile north of coleraine.
From Skeffy; he 'll be here to-morrow; he's to arrive at coleraine by six in the morning, and wants me to meet him there.
We stopped but a night, taking train to Portrush, via the cozy little town of coleraine.
She hardly mingled with any neighbours or friends, excepting with Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of coleraine.
Clones was sixty miles from Derry, and rather more from coleraine and Carrickfergus, the two other points of departure.
coleraine was taken by Travers, and after a time the neighbours were reconciled, a pension of 10l.