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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    Clonebourgh with the castle at 6 l . 8 s . 6 d . 164 acres in Mealiffe, Lissine and Derrybeg, Graige, Cooleben, Clonygorgenagh alias Comgaranagh, part of Kilshome and Ballyduffe and other lands at 29 l . 10 s

    Index, D

    , William, shipmaster, 900. De Roye (D'Roye) see Roye. Derrine see Tettenlake. Derrinneslin (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 557 8. Derrybeg (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 556. Derrylagh (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569. Derryleagh (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inflicted by some parson or persons uukoown." II II) A correspondent who yesterday morning visited the itscene of Sunday'saffray near Derrybeg chapel, Gweedore. says that stones are stim lying aboot in profusion,. and ' dthe ground affords traces of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ear. Father McFkDnDnx, who has been in custody on a charge of conspiracy, wa.s taken before the magistrates at Derrybeg yesterday morning. Counsel for the Crown announced that it was intended to proceed against the rev. gentleman on 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crown solicitor i-" The Rev. James McFadden, Derrybeg, Gwedore.-You are hereby re- quired to take notice that you wrill, withbthe other,$rrties implicated, be charged with the murdering of yilliam s. Martin, at Derrybeg, on Sunday, 3rd February at the ordinary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. James McFadden, Charles McBride, Margaret Coll. Anne Doherty, Hugh Mulligan, of Maberatogher; Thomas Curran, Darby HcHugh, Hugh Muligan, of Derrybeg; Patrick O'Donnell, Philip Diver, Bernard McGee, and Daniel M Ferry, thirteen in number, while he opposed bail in regard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STATE OF IRELAiND. MURDEROUS OUTRAGE NEAR ]KILDYSA~RT. A Kildysart correspondent telegraphs :-On Sunday morniing, about three o'clock, two arrests. were made by the local police, under District-inspector Irwin, in con- niection with an 'attack on a man named Subscribers-only content

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