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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been spilt. Captain Watson is the proprietor of some property at Butler's grove, near Gowran. A tenant. named Patrick Cloney, has been in possession of a part of it for some time; and he fell into arrears. Some time Subscribers-only content

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    a few weeks had been master of a pack of hounds in the county Galway. He was formerly possessor of Cloney, and other estates in Clare and Galway, which changed proprietors in the Incum- bered Estates Court. SIR GEORGE DucRETT, Subscribers-only content

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    by Mary Claory, Mr. Borry'e servant, and both come on for hearing together, Mr. Litchfield appear. Iug for Berry and Cloney. A suggestions was made by the BenchA that tire care should he settledi out of Court, and beth Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    wIle not sober helln lie camie hmeil. Ho's inot iliwajs righit. Sonic eight or nine montlis ago hce wias in Cloney 11Hetch for a fortnight. The prisonor csked. no ciiestiolt, and in answer to the melgietritos scild in i low Subscribers-only content

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    Astdartoit(thEnl.llsiy Birma'aO ~O BIRMINCGHAM CAMiALIST, Marchembr ofa t44, A t'eli-known wealthy Finn., htieag a oconiderabl Ti' on. h ' 11vitotinett Cloney', to prepared in ADVANCE the same in sumst or inot Inthatt 020. to LzaIN. to 1'ersosn of .indoaatitf renpecttbilitp. Subscribers-only content

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    had lonig been bu h zd ottz part of l'he Spiain h army coen oreuiccd a brisk tGre althrouIlt noi Cloney appeared, arid slismayeid at their owln fiing, t okl ight after a few roundis; Cuesla is loudly, com- pldlcdt Subscribers-only content

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    leo, 1 to tilee Slitisfeieiont cat th siT'rustees of lie said '['stuttitte Road, fr ISphmytnent of thc lest of the Cloney %ion tilly, oi ili suich other P'o. II port lonisai the eiiid 'irustees sabll[ direct. ii, lil~~~~~~~y Order, JAM~ES Subscribers-only content

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    R OYAL PRhN CESS TH-ATR-0t, Leods.- To.,Niuaa, hate faksnrito Artisles, .i yr. ari Irt,. .1. F. O'N litft rthu'r I entitarriotet in' Lodo it' TWO 11RISH DRAMAS. -l jA41E 11OYAU, Leed,.-Ev-irYi Evenling, the TJ~rrrl A~INT01INfl Of tile YEtLLOW DlWAlFtivottonnw Subscribers-only content

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    THE i-Iz AMIAN OUTRvAGE AT WTANCIESTER 'jllDEFENCE. Thu 10elest' "Lis resssrned this morning, before lsir Fower 'la same legal gentleman aippeaxed as Mefre. Fowler fTjfIrig arc) the names of the prisoneria Wi. Iul,~ o Mears Aflen, Edward Shore, Michael Subscribers-only content

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    Anotlomper, valtiator, and General Business Agent 18,V~cori Ohinbi5.South-puPAO, 6049Loses. gsls sd under pefaunal snse111, 10g taiWely Innl Beeston, near" ed 5rW!EATgESLEy 1s fevoued with instrtutofl rmMtr ~ ln ~,Otley and CO.. 131repser, to Ball by Auction. OR orc nx Subscribers-only content

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    Wells WMill.0 No tigate indrall 7.rm'Nmbeied 5,8S. and'1l, OOHi ddleby, eretodtyB]f *~.sa Cbo ared declining business). T ,',whole of the SCRIBBLIWIG, OAJDING, and SPNIGMACBINEBY. and ANGOLAL YARN, comprising yW low, iron eides, dust pipe, and fan ; three 60i-n. Subscribers-only content

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    ,;wrU* pP Avatenf. . YN IlUOCLEY SHARB", AuBrON RI3ADIPORD. 1? IOU 1'uluatb'ilo "p VI'vrclety, Bl ~iel(l.FY cHAHt', at the (;OMMecr(ittl Hotel, T'rrol- ti ,'fjtrdt, tu Moei `~ 1871I ltc't ~itl, o& utix for 411%10 ltd'h ocomnsu prie i'tj., ]in Subscribers-only content

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    MONEY MARKET. W A portom of tho Comfnmroiat s A om WM be found : - on thd 7th Pace. - SHARE AND PORDU0E MARKETS. (FsoBOmsiO0BCOX Conn2SrOstDr.) Loiox, Taesday Elv8Tn11g 'The movements In the Stock Exchange to-day were more Subscribers-only content

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    the chapel, when Kurr said he had done so, and that he would try' to serve the Cricketer (Palmer)' and Cloney. Witness ' wolild have done so if it had been possible, but he saw that it was not. He Subscribers-only content

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    UHESS? Allt rOrfttltttini tiflflg fO:r the mates Deparmeinet should , le as-deonsed 1, "Theolsi Bd tor. N-Sc rlry offce. 3e teIs." Su~lutuns role-tied u? to W adners.e ecetrr. sell ho ricknesek-deed a the 'Secpndearet " ofSn t'e fl'srr ug Subscribers-only content

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    frauds extending over -e .-i rlr-e years. At Guisborough vesterday, .Ialnes tob-> f;-o labourer, was chrgged with tlanl3vftlly wounrin^ P4-.- Cloney. labourer. at Warn-eonb, on New 5 liar. Prisoner was cotmnred to the Not-t }td na ire' Seesions for trial. Subscribers-only content

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    Donaqhmore.) Thursday, 28th ditto. DROMORE, for the lower If Barony of Lower Iveagh, and the Parishes of hg' and Donagh- Cloney, Friday, 29th ditto HILLSBOROUGH, for the p if Barony of W Loaer Iveagh, (exceptin art of Tallyliah, 4 S1 Subscribers-only content

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    202029James Moore, Dunluce; ,. s Houseand lltud,'oainlandofDuniuqe ,. 20 A 1024 John 1M Canlesh,Cloney Houses and lanik-,do. - vwiland of Cloney 10 E022 Dan M'Aulay, Priestlaud Uolose and lan do. to 4nd of Ballytubbert - ' - 10 .P ?023 Subscribers-only content

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    BUSH BRANCH OF THE NORTH-EAST FARMING SOCIETY. Their annual ploughiing match Was held on the 1st inst. in a field of the Rev. Hugh Hamill's contiguous to Bush- mills. XFrom the fineness of the day, and the anxiety that Subscribers-only content

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    few wveeks became mnster of a pack of superior hound.s in the county of Galway. He was formerly possessor of Cloney, and other estates in the counties of Clare and Galway, wAhich changed proprietors in the Encumbered Estates Court. RACINO Subscribers-only content

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