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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc., February 1699, 1-15, 01 February 1699-15 February 1699

    Marquis of Antrim for 14 years to come. Co. Clare: Inchiquin Barony. 53 acres being 3 quarters of Cossatrina alias Crogan alias Caragh: gross value 8 l .; quit rent 16 s . 1 d .; incumbrance 1 l .

    Index of persons and Places, C

    422. Corvent. See Cordvent. Cosford , co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341. Coslane [?Cashlan ] , co. Antrim, 352. Cossatrina alias Crogan alias Caragh [?Croaghaun, Inchiquin barony ] , co. Clare, 264. Cossendum , Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to put you off with a drag this morning. I thought to have had a deer for you; but old Crogan is so angry with me for cheating him out of the big black buck the other day, that he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hammond's Harry. DEcDuoN Course. hIr. Southern's Priestess beat Mr. Nutt's Niobo. LOCAL PUGILISkl. FIoG r BETWEEON MNICE MALIY AND JACI CROGAN, FoR £30.-These men wont to scale on 3tonday, sacording to articles, and came within the stipulated weight (seven $tone Subscribers-only content

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    did not pull off his cape when he entered the house to fight with the man Crogan, nor did he fight two rounds with Crogan. The constable was the only man who struck him, and that was on the head Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drauk two glasses of ale. A man named John Crogan, who was amorngst the company, said that he would report Prosser, who went into the kitchen between one and two o'clook. Crogan said that Proeser had no business there, upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for trial at the Sessions. t e PRRJ URy 1fY A WITNRSS,-John. Hill (17), Park Street, ]1 shoeblack, and Catherine Crogan (21), Thomas Street, were a 9a charged with receiving a srlver watch and chain, value £3., d the property Subscribers-only content

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