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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn cyfraith; ac un arall a daro dyn yn v erwin gyda helayjing-pin ar fwrdd along yn ,nhuorth- J Iadd Charlestown. Yn vr achos ymnha un Y tiflwy Iyr d iuylif ilos~awl, gailai y dadleuvdd dros y diffynuid d lal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tywysog Cymru yn bersonol i ffarwelio a Syr Red- ae vers.-Hysbysicl fod y Cadfridog Joubert wedi ym- id sefydlu yn Charlestown, lie yr agorwyd swyddfa hr bellebrol i't Transvaal, ac y sefydlwy'd cymundeb ac a Laing's Nek.-Hysbysid am ymladdfa foreu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visited the scene of action of Bunker's Hill, where, having received an address from a committee of the people of Charlestown, he made the following animated reply:-" With profound reverence, Sir, I tread this holy ground, where the blood of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Topography, St Macgaret's at Cliff, Joe Parsons, Saunplsire Gasberer-Shind Willie, the Newvcastle Minstrel (with a cut)-.Hichlond Traditisn-Clubst The Silent Club; Charlestown ugly Club-_- auielndsy Thursday, Good Friday-The -Bera Gatdelt Is Southwark (with tsWD' Cets) Pulpit Clocks and Honr Glasses, &c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Markland, a joiner, was emnployed to perform some repairs in one of the coal-pits be- longing to Mr. Fitzgerald, at Charlestown, near Pendleton. The shaft of the pit is nearly 200 yards deep. About 100 yards from the mouth of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    the Memorandum, " containing the Terms of Emigration, to be distributed " in the Towns of Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Doneraile, " Charlestown, Newmarket, Kanturk, Mallow and the " Villages within that Circle. The Noblemen and the " principal Magistrates in the Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor- Vale.Congle- worshipping at their Chapel in Charlestown, in the Parish shipping at Primrose Vate Chapel, Congleton Circuit, in ton : of St. Austell, in the County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Wretton; Bradfield; Covenham; Grimstone; Chester; Carnkie; Clutton; East Ardsley; Downham; Hutton Bushell; Cheetham Hill, Manchester; Chattisham; and Bolingey, 66. — Charlestown ; East Gate, W'olsingham ; Constantine; Caersws; Whitchurch; Clandown ; Scunthorpe; West Pennard; Markfield; Beffernal; St. John's, Norfolk; Leadenham Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Diocese. Armagh Clogher Meath Down Connor Parish. 1829. Termonfeckin - Killdogher i con lbou. Ballymakeny Ardee Stackallen Shenlish Maplestown Tallanstown Charlestown Erriglekerogue - Joaesboro Lougbgilly Clonfecle 1831. Rathdoummin - Carrick Port Clonfecle Lisnadill Armagh - 1829 1830. Innismacsaint Ditto Derryvullen Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Incumbents. Armagh Grange Lisnadill Ballymoyan Artrea Arboe Kildeniock Bally more Bally clog Ballinderry Beaulieu Creggaii Clougherney Clonoe Caiiteel Auglialoo Clonkeen Charlestown Tallanstown Mapustown Phillipstown Clonkeehan Derrynoose Drumcree Donaghmore Donaghendry Desert Creight Derryloran Desertlyn Derver Dunleer Dysart Drumcar,Rectorial Drunicar, Vicarial Forkhill Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PINNEY, John Frederick (1719-62), of Racedown, nr. Bridport, Dorset.

    in 1739 to put his plantations in order, staying till 1742. During this time he was twice elected to the Charlestown assembly, which he apparently attended very irregularly. In 1747, now living permanently in Dorset, he was returned as a

    ROLLE, Denys (?1725-97), of Stevenstone, Devon

    embarked for America. His work there, much rather than Barnstaple or national politics, henceforth engaged his attention. He landed at Charlestown on 12 Aug., and went to St. Augustine in East Florida; but ‘the rainy season at the Equinox commencing,


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