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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enlyniodan, 0le0 wosyd ymadrech egniol er cool trymorfo dda i ddarparl omddiftniad i'r " morthyron." Amgylchyowydtyomaethwro'r anw Murphy, ger Castle Island, gan oiler liosog o bobl nos Sabbath. Taniaso aniryw ergydion i mewn drwy y ffeneatri. Nid yw yn hysbys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr, Forster yjz i dwyn cysylltiad fig Iwerddon. Gofynai yr O'Donog. hue ai gwir oedd fod y milwyr yn Castle Island, Kerry, yn galw ar y Gwyddelod i ymladd a hwy, tra Yr oedd yr heddgeidwaid yn ddisyiw o'r digwyddiad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nos F"ercher, fel y canlyn am y llefruddiaeth uchod:- Gellir rheatru y ilofrrddiseth ger Castle Island, ddoe, I ynmysg y gwe:thredoedd mwyaf brwnt a beiddgar sydd n1 wedi ystAenio hanes v wlad hon, Priodolir yn gyffredin n rhyw ameanion o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time, an Irish labourer, in Spread Eagle-court Gray's-inn4ane. I Arlington-street, on Friday week, Henry Gage, Vi- toint Gage, of Castle Island, Baron of Castlebar. il Ire- land, and Baron Gage, of High Meadow, in England, and a Major General in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a charge of s being concorned in the shooting at a farmer nsrmed t. Patrick Murphy,. at Oleinrawadera, near Castle Island, in while returning from Tralee. ig Colonel Brackenbury arrived in Dublin from London a- yesterday. d Early yesterday morsing Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    London Mackay , John, 10, Lceson-street Macklin, Roseingrave, clerk, Derby Maclean , William, clerk, Tynan, Armagh Mackintosh, George, clerk, Castle Island Maconchy, William, clerk, Cooloc k Madden, Hugh, Hamilton , Newcastle , Castlewellan Magee, Samuel, clerk, Summcrhill, county Meath Magee, Subscribers-only content

    The Kilmainham., 1883

    sends an account of the circumstances of the daring murder of Thomas Browne , a well-to-do industrious farmer, near Castle Island , on Tue sday. Two men approached a field in which Browne was at work, and beckoned him to Subscribers-only content

    What boycotting means; or, How Irishmen govern themselves., 1866

    have occurred since the commencement of the gieat agitation initiated by the Land League within a short radius from Castle Island . Of the six cases indicated in my sketch, only one in¬ stance of the conviction of the criminal Subscribers-only content

    What boycotting means; or, How Irishmen govern themselves., 1866

    , a gen¬ tleman who has been compelled, for domestic reasons, to reside in Dublin . His offence was the fa ct of hi & being a care¬ taker. He was driving a cart into Castle Island ,, with: his. Subscribers-only content

    What boycotting means; or, How Irishmen govern themselves., 1866

    ride into the town, but I got him to put it into the cart, and so I got into Castle Island . The bul¬ let is still inside, and I feel it when the weather changes, " he added, putting Subscribers-only content

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