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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cockt. Bungay, Suffol, grocer-J. Johnson, Coventry, ribbon manuliactnrer-C. W. Walthew, Ponaltry, chemist- R. Jones, Shrewsbury, grocer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. H. MlIndoe, Ballagan, Dumbartonshire, builder-J. Weir, Bellmont, Lanarkshire, fruit merchant-I. Strachan, Edinborgh -bR. B . Walker. Glasgow, hosier-J Souttar, Peterhead,timbler merchant-A. Alexander, Subscribers-only content

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    and Bons, Mnrlet. Nitehill, and GlOegow, chemiets and miners; as far as regards J. Wilson. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. GRAHA3M John, of Ballagan, rcsiding at Ncwbaven; to meet at Edinburgh, Aug. 30, at 2. BVINTOSR and aIlMit, sewed muslia and lace manefacturers,Glas- Subscribers-only content

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    line of rocks tioin llawl Bowling on which the present tide ann half-tide lightihouise stands, to the shore on the Ballagan side. It is divided from its position being r nearly North andSouth, into tire North arrd South Bar-the North Subscribers-only content

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    wasti brought to try the right of the plaintiffand others to take seaweed off the shore Of the townland of Ballagan, in the parish of Carlingford, and County of Louth, which the defendant, Air. Mulholland, had purchased, inter alia, in Subscribers-only content

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    C~OUNTY' OF AiTRIMI. [Befcre T~rero FITZORu1ALD and a Speci:) Jatrys, TATJO Ui. s.inN~¶tON AND jA}SNCT^N' V. T.TE, Our ri-drie swIll r~ecrec that, the NOci JO ifl t 5 first case was hroaeh bt;o secoere u.nisges f.ur eD al- leged Subscribers-only content

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    the morning of the 29.h nlt twoa men saved. The schooner Syrene, Murphy, of Dablin, has gone on shore at Ballagan Point, near Dundalk, with the loss of her canvas. but is expected off; crew saved. The scheoner Franklin, of Subscribers-only content

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    this intimation. BDASSIXGTOX-Jan. 5, at Hobj. iteicesterstir, the Rev. WV. Henry Brassington, A-M., Vicar of Grims- ton, DOUGLAS-Dec. 31, at Ballagan, near Cushendall, Jane, relict of the late hr. James Douglas, aged 78 years. CLARKE-Jan. 7, of small-pox, Mtr. James Subscribers-only content

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    Boyle was summoned under the Malicious Trespass Act for maliciously doing damage and spoil on the fore- t shore of Ballagan, in the County of Louth, and t takiog therefrom a quantity of seaweed, on the 24tht of July, 1871. Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. MulholU&nd, it appeared that the Landed Estates Court conveyance to Mr. Mulholland failed to give him the shore of Ballagan etween high and tlow water mar,4. It was stated that since then Mr. Mulholltnd obtained a conveyance from the Subscribers-only content

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    Clair Kilburne i Mulholland, are entitled to the landa between high W and low water mark on the shore of Ballagan, from w Bellanerty on the north to Whiteetown on the t soutb, and to the exolusivo right to the Subscribers-only content

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    Esq., J.P. eai. The asseciated casepayer6 halloted for were-- it. Messrs. Patriek Quiann, Whiteatown, Laurenca I Fechan, Monksland; Owea Quinn, Ballagan; Henry M'Ardle, Rampart; and Patrick Murphy, Ballgu. rel Mr. Tounley F. Fllgate, secretary to the Grand U11. Jury, and Subscribers-only content

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    owner of the sea-shore of Ballagan, who was seized in fee thereof, and the then owner of lands in foe of' Mtillgarngre (but which deed has been lost by accident), the then ow uner of Ballagan granted to owner of Subscribers-only content

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    buh otinlud Th he inl that county, among Which was Ballagan. The aed action was one of trespaas, to determine the sight to an- Certain sea-wveed on thle sea-shore at Ballagan, near Carlingford. The defendant pleaded a numacer of a Subscribers-only content

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    Blyth ,- G310ncester place, Camberwell, apothecary -RI. Cotgreave, W iitchureb, Shropsliire, saddler. ^ ..c I --- SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Hugh M'lndoe, Ballagan, Dumbartonshire, quarrier, May 1, June 1, at one o'clock, at the Black Bull Inn, Alexandria, Dumbarton3hire, James Weir, Bellmont, Subscribers-only content

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    16th January. Trhe brig Alciope, which sailed from this port on the 93ad instant, for Africa, got on shore off Ballagan Point owa the afternoon ot the 23rd instant, and came off at 10 p m., and anchored near Carlinglord, Subscribers-only content

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    30, at the Faculty Hall, Gilasgow. JANE MORRmSON, Glasgow, cane merchant, Aulgust 30, at ths Globe Hotel, Gllasgow. *JoHN GRAHAM, Ballagan, Newhaven, August 30, at the Turf Hotel, Edinburgh. JirSius ELate, Edinburgh, silk mercer, August 2B, at Dowrell slid Lyon's Subscribers-only content

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    6A* SWIFT'S IIEBI.A- BEEP. IT HAS NO EQUAL. 2602 1^ rf Mao St^am Packet Cofflpaoy, 1 LIMITED. SEPTEMBER SAILINGS. (Sundays excepted.) TTVFJ.POO- - AND r» 0^" G H!or l . !•' , iuii »n Saturda*-. _9tn. &sS!__-ft\ Jsp tnrday. Subscribers-only content

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    Newport the same day ; part ofthe cargo will be saved. The Christian, Gunning, of Working- ton, sunk yesterday, near Ballagan, 'Newry-; crew saved. The King George, Preston, Was driven On share the same day, at Hamilton Point, near Newry, Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Dr. Thorpe, Thomas Courtenay Thorpe, Esq., of Cadogan- place, to Miss Graham, eldest daughter of Alexander Graham, Esq., of Ballagan, Stirlingshire. On Tuesday, the 15th instant, at St. George's, Hanover- square, hy the Rev. Edward Bernard, the Hon. Peri»-riiie Subscribers-only content

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    J. Hamilton and Co., Liverpool, merchants- W. Baker and vv. L. Usher, coal and timber merchants SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Hugh M'lndoe, Ballagan, Dumbartonshire, quarrier, May 1 and June 1, at one, at the Black Bull Inu. Alex- andria, Dumbartonshire. James Weir, Subscribers-only content

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