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  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    and Wexford, Essex lodged at Ballinegar on the night of the 26th, and joined his army the next day at Ballybrennan, whence, on the 28th, they marched to a ford between Enmscorthy and Ferns. That day was spent by Essex Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 April 1834, 30 April 1834

    the Table. Bra: Put Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Kilscoran, United Parishes of Kilscoran, Roslase and Ballybrennan, &c: whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships "to repeal the Act of Union, and consequently " Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Peter, 77. Ratoath, 372. Ratoo, Killury and Ballyheig, 136. Roar, 468. Rosbercon, 77. Ros- common, 290. Rosenallis, 249. Roslare and Ballybrennan, 429. Ross (New), Saint Mary, 152.—Saint John, Kilenvoy, &c, 136. Scrabby and Columbkill, East, 40. Shrule, 68. Skryne and Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1834, 22 April 1834

    of Cork;—Inhabitants of White- church ;—Slogure and Tullaig;—Garrocloyne;—Kilcro- nin and Lisduv ;—Motehill; — Saint Thomas, Dublin ;— Kilscoran, Roslare and Ballybrennan ;— Parishioners of Armagh ;—Inhabitants of Saint Andrew, Saint Mark and Saint Anne, Dublin ;—and, Kilmanagh,-—were presented, and read; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Liberties, Dublin; Rathkeale; Cork; Whitechurch ; Slogure and Tullaig; Garrocloyne; Kilcronin and Lisduv; Motehill; Saint Thomas, Dublin; Kilscoran, Roslare and Ballybrennan; Ardagh; Saint Andrew, Saint Mark, and Saint Anne, Dublin ; Kilmanagh; 206. Leighlin Bridge, 211. Couline, 213. Kanturk; Skibbereen; Subscribers-only content

    (Ireland.) Tithe composition. A return of the name of every parish in Ireland, in which an agreement has been made under the Tithe Composition Act., 1830

    - - 1 -J «» -• St. Patrick's -, Drinagh Maudlintown Killelogue Ardcandrish - Kildaven Rathaspeck" - St. Mary's -", Ballybrennan St. Iberius St John's St. Bridget's - St. Selskar - St. Tullogue - St. Peter's St. Michael's - Carrigg Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jun., aud Mr. Owsen 1I' 'arland, for trespass on their lands at Eallybrenilan, while hunting on St. Stepheu's Da±. at Ballybrennan. One of the farmers, named Gribbeu. has also taken out a summons against Mr. Thomas Lonsdale for threateuing language Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i 6d 3loar. passed. .BLacsFAcED Wnwxse LAsrBs.-Pinvalleyj. OS, I 6d Arnacle and Blarey, Gs ; Borland, & Is, 13s ; Ballybrennan, 6s, 1 es Ed bgadale. 5e. 7s Ed ; Pinvailey, ES sd, 1e2s ; Drum- 2itvl, Es 3d * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNI ViESrTY AND CLERICAL NEWS. OXFORD, MAAY 4. t The Regius Professor of Modorn History (the Very Rev. Dr. Cramer, Principal of New Inn Hall), will resume his Lectures on the History of Germany during the Reign of m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adams, of Melbury Abba;s, ] Dorsetshire. On the 2!th ult., at Wesford, aged 54, the Rev. James White, rector of Ballybrennan, diocese of Ferns. The mackerel fishing has commenced in Lochryan very successfully for the fishermen. They are plentiful in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tima- hoe; Saturday, Abbeyleix. Roscommon- Monday, Holywell ; Friday, Frenchpark, 11. Tipperary- Thursday, Cashel ; Saturday, Lakefield, 11. Wexford- Mondny, Ballybrennan ; Thursday, Booley's Cross ; Monday (December 31), Baldwinstown, 11. HARRIERS.' Barony of Granard- Monday, Glannagh ; Thursday, Ooolartv Subscribers-only content

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