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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it apprehends an invasion from France, and it contends that there is no artillery to man the forts at Spike Island, and prevent a French fleet land. rng an army in Cork; that there is no military force in tne Subscribers-only content

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    will be xeade in landinsg the marines of the sqsuadron, the field pieces, and alarge party of seamen oil Spike Island ; and another sisilar demonstration is also projected oct Whiddy Islaced, in Bantry Bay, where the shore is more Subscribers-only content

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    reported every- where as thriving apace. CONVICT PENxreNTIAR Y -The government is about to establish a convict penitentiary at Spike Island, Cove- one of the four establishments intended for Ireland ; to- gether with two forjuvenile *delinquents-oae male and one Subscribers-only content

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    the majority and minority alike, and set them to stand in some corner of the kingdom, like Milbanlj, or Spike Island; not with the hope of making them wiser, but to hear no more of their puerile obstreperousness, and cease Subscribers-only content

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    feel relief, and when the last preacher of the pike takes his departure for the appropriate destination in transit, Spike Island, the land will be left to peace and common sense. Meanwhile, vogue la galire, speed to the galley of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrants etc., September 1697, 11-15, 13 September 1697-15 September 1697

    to the value but the equity of redemption may be worth 50 l . Co. Cork: Barrymore Barony . Spike Island: 56 acres; value 7 l .; quit rent 17 s .; clear value 6 l . 3 s .

    Index of persons and Places, S

    etc., and Houses, co. Warwick, 14, 157, 166, 227. Spendelow , Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Stafford, 144. Spike Island , co. Cork, 322. Spilsbury , Jonathan, collectorship of the Leather Duty, 136. Spinans , co. Wicklow, 322. Squibb

    William III, September 1697, 01 September 1697-30 September 1697

    Barony of Stradbally, Queen's County, upon which there are mortgages to Deane Echlin; land of Arthur Galway in the Spike Island, Barrimore Barony, co. Cork; of Sir William Talbot, viz. in Salt Barony, co. Kildare, the castle and lands of Subscribers-only content

    William III, December 1697, 01 December 1697-31 December 1697

    In co. Kilkenny. John Shortall of Danganbeg, clerk . In co. Cork. Patrick Myagh of Kinsale, Arthur Galway of Spike Island, Edmond Kearny of Garestowne, Edward Roach of Tinor, Cornelius Donovane of Kilmakee, Daniel Donovane of Killglany, Garret Goold of Subscribers-only content

    Anne, March 1703, 01 March 1703-31 March 1703

    Old Castle & c. 52 17 3 Earl of Romney Clonshanafin & c. 184 10 8 Earl of Albemarle Spike Island & c. 1 5 5 Lord Rochford Ballyshangall 240 11 6 William Spencer Rectory [of ] St.Owens 0 12 Subscribers-only content

 

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