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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cheshunt

    Mayo . 226 Cheshunt Great House from the North-West In 1240 Henry III granted the lands of the canons of Cathal to the nuns of Cheshunt , 227 which lands became known as the manor of CHESHUNT NUNNERY . In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and So," by F. Frankfort Moore (Hutchinson and Co.) 3 vols. Pp. 233, 236, 243. Amabel. A Military Romance," by Cathal Macguire (T. Fisher Unwinl. 3 vols. Pp. 170, 171, 165. "Wreckers and Methodists, and other Stories," by H D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and he wvent into the countryv closely followed by Cathal and Ballyohara, with H :rplst Inst. Before jumping on to the racc us Bails ohara drew to the front, followed by Cathal, but the latter got the be's of it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 1 1 Beaulieu I . 4 108f The Primte :all 0Redbill........ 610 7 IGe3lden Flag. .....7.fleet Price...... 4 lii7 Cathal . 511 IT E-I' . . o 6 Fanatic (Rhb ex).... 5 11 5BIreemoont .... 4 13 6 Facelinar.,. Subscribers-only content

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    Park, on the same afternoon, KILroN or CAnRaAVsciOCK may win the Christmas Hurdle Handicap, GALLoOFWG DiOi the Twickenham: Hurdle Race, CATHAL the Hampton Steeplechase, TarE WIZVIARED the Park Maiden Steeplechase, and DorGLAs CAMrPBELL the Waterloo Selling Steeplechase. Saturday Night. VERITAS. Subscribers-only content

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    agest lb ageSt lb Royal Red-...... 612 7Edgar (51b en)-.... 5 10 8 Muaricer ... a 12 3Rosellen..I.... 510 6 Cathal ........ 611 10INoiseless....... a10 6 The Jew . 5 11 8'Beaulieu 11...... 410 6 Whitebead a11i4 Alice ....... 610 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Annals of Ulster come next in succession, bothln antiquity and authen¬ ticity. The early portion of them was compiled by Cathal Oge Mac Manus (styled by Colgau and Ware, Charles Maguire), " who was," says the latter authority, "a canon Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    some interest in the identification of tho volume :— 'Calvach, the son of Donnell, the son of Toige, son of Cathal, O'Conor, the heir without contest of Sligo and of Lower Connaught, died on the Friday between the two Easters Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    of Connanght,diedof asanguineflux." This circumstance is thus alluded to in thcUlster Annals, under a.d. 767. VIII. •"' Duibhir-urccht, son of Cathal, king of Connaught, died from the bloody flux." IX. " There reigned famine and many diseases in this kingdom Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    festival of St. Bridget [1st of February], when the ploughiug was going ou, in cpnsequence.of the* war and inclement weather." Cathal Crovderg, ;the red-handed Oharles O'Conor, died this year. Annals of Kilronan. Annals of Kilronan. Monasticon Ilibernictim. Annals of Kilronan. Subscribers-only content

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    in likf manner, [as the first which occurred in 1348-49J in thirteen years afterwards, viz. : A.D. 1362." X. " Cathal Oge O'Conor, a Riydamna, of more fame, renown strength, heroism, hospitality, and prowes, thanany.ia his time, died ofihe ptogue Subscribers-only content

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