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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hwyr noas Ias% yr 28ain cynfieol, gwnaeth yr beddgoidwad Carrol ddarganfyddiad yn Chester-road, Manchester, sydd wedi rhoddi lie cryf i dybied fod llofruddiaeth wedi ei chyd awni, ond sydd hyd yr amser yr ydym yn ysgrifena heb ei ategu gan Subscribers-only content

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    I SEFYLLFA YR IWERDDON. Lb [a AMRYWION. Id Tn Ilys yr ynadon Cork ddydd Ian, eyhuddwyd it pedwar ar ddeg o ddynion o ffarfio yD gwmni anghyf. ji. rithlawn, - a. thanio at yr ynadon. Cyhuddwyd hwy Fr hefyd Subscribers-only content

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    hi)rse bre rode; tile bouses hilt far Gerreral Washiongton on tire brow of Cipitolbll, the large hotel belonging to Ddniri Carrol of I rirdn. and others, ard recen:ty Ofcliried ire Mr. Torrlinsonr the ro;e-walks f Tenich, Ringo1d eathnaod CO' and Subscribers-only content

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    Chronicle. Prissted for Fti etry Cotburn assd (Co. Condsit-trest. BIRTH. Or, Wednesday last, at Hawkswurth-hall, Yorkshire, tIe Lady of GeU'a Carrol, Esq. of a soll. MARRIAGE. On Friday, the tgth nlt., at Bhirkling, in N\otfolk, Gesorge Warren, Eel 4 Gseerlaich, Subscribers-only content

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    Williams v. Burridge, (at Winchester) for assault, 524..Brown v. Dallymore (at Salisbury) for injury done by defendant's van, 524, .Johbt Carrol and others tried at Wexford for the superstitious murder of Catherine Sinnot, 514 .. Patrick and James Maunae,and John Subscribers-only content

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    THRE CIT&o. WO O E* ftLTEESaI~NlTEN IMPROVEMENT CQIAX-aiosEgtanedToni POd, to be dilided itot Am, Shores of 501. each a deposst of 11. per Share to be paid et subsorisisgo- U- Eesrra.- bohn George hmilton, Eq. i3.P W.' T y Subscribers-only content

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    the army might give jealousy. General Blake is not communicative, but captain Carrol appears to be on the beat footing with him and his officers; End Captain Carrol tells mse that he informs him of more than he does any Subscribers-only content

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    He remained tied up eight hours on the floor. It appeared that very little effort could have been made by Carrol to release himself. He repeated the above statement on Tuesday before the Lord Mayor. TRIVES POLICE. SUPERSTITION AND CaurLTY.-Capt. Subscribers-only content

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    be Ensign, by ptsrchase, vice Dickson. 35ah Foot-Ensign W. H. Carrol, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Fsrtest, who retires; W. T. Harris, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vcce Carrol. 42d Foot-Ensign J. Hunter, to lie Liesit. by purchase, Subscribers-only content

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    Drageoos-E. M. Macpherson, Gent. to be Assist- ant-Surgeon, vice Dartnell, appointed to the 3d Light Dragoons. Dthi Dragopns-Lieut. W. H. Carrol, from the 35th Foot, to be Lieut. by pnrchsae, vice Samoa, who retires. 9th Light Dragoons-Surgeon C. T. Ingham, Subscribers-only content

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    Custance, appointed Paymaster of the 2nd Dragoos Guards; Lieut. J. E. Carrol to be Capt. by purchase. vice Arntrong, who retires; Ensign A. Woroiweli tu be Liest.hy purchase, vice Carrol; I. P. Robertson, Geno. to be Ensign by purchase, vice Subscribers-only content

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    Stephen Fox. With him she did not live more than a year, finding a second hasband in an officer named Carrol, who was killed in a duel shortly after the marriage. After this event she adopted the pro- fession of Subscribers-only content

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    Hon. H. Criehton, who retires ; Lient. W. H. Carrol to be Capt. by puechase, vice Arkisright ; Cornet Sir WM. C. Morsbead, Bart. to be Lieat. h! pturchase, vice Carrol; It. G. Manley, Gent. to be Cornet, by purelbose, Subscribers-only content

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    tIhe 30ti l-oan, to be Lieut., site Fast- sits exch 'noes-is I e it Sea.--3Toj.C. Skrine to li) Qarrtcrm., vie Carrol, wlar, retires lipo Ia If-par -90th Foat Lient. Sir C. Pi'iott, liart., has b- en permitted tel e alae Subscribers-only content

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    pot. A bystander named Carrol, seeing what he was about, wrenched the pot out of the gentleman's hand, and put it beyond his reach; upon which Mr Handley aimed a blow, in warding off which Carrol found his thumb cut, Subscribers-only content

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    noblemen, geetle- 11 ipy mencaidlcothere, OIL Sale by Private Commiosion idcilylonfil hr Aiie' I otien'eery Tiournuilsl, at the Horse iOxchningo, Carrol, Malueley Itreet,I] uj~ 11irfineclicae. iBLaeierlevrth's. Esatablished 17501. flY OUE(ron,11/n, 0 years ; quiet In lhornese- eoinil; ealt ] I. Subscribers-only content

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    he was connected with i it, but I heard that lie had physical-force views. I--Were you received by J. I. Carrol, James Gallagher, and Prendergast, a.U mentioned by the Irish World ? I do not know what the Irish/ World Subscribers-only content

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    of Le Caron. Dr. William Carrol arranged only for their meetings in the coal and iron districts of Pennsyl- vania. The arrangements for the Philadelphia meetings were in the hands of a committee, of which Carrol might probably have been Subscribers-only content

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    to Mr. T. P. O'Connor, M.P., might have been on account of the Irish Press Agency. Certain amounts paid to Carrol and Stritch were private sums, the latter person being one of the secre- taries of the Ladies' Land League. Subscribers-only content

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    declining to answer anjr questions on the subject.' Ad- dress ind'date. A copy should be kept, Ia the case of 'Carrol v. Bird,' he courts of law' have decided that neither mnister nor mistress Is bound to give a eharacter. Subscribers-only content

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