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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D

    195 (2). warrant from, concerning the Coronation, 174. Downs , the, 253. Drayton (Draiton), letters dated from, 18, 136, 254. Droman , Mr. or Dr., 25. Drury (Drurie): Dr., 262. John, Doctor of the Laws, 224, Sir Robert, 339. Dublin

    Cecil Papers, April 1603, 1-15, 01 April 1603-15 April 1603

    a foot boy is exceedingly well horsed. Their chief repair will be to Sir James Lindsay and Mr. or Dr. Droman, who pretended themselves the last year to be agents for his Majesty in Rome. I will use the best

    Index of persons and Places, D

    227. Drim , Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 116. Drinane. See Drinaun. Drinaun , Drinane, co. Roscommon, 325. Dromagh. See Towren. Droman , Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328. Drombeg , Drumbegg, co. Cork, 336. Dromdarig [Dromderrig ] , co. Cork,

    Warrants etc., September 1697, 11-15, 13 September 1697-15 September 1697

    acres; and 83 acres more in the same; quit rent 3 l . 7 s . 7 d . in Droman and the lands contiguous being part of Castle Fleming; Shanderry, Cooletrum, Brackerry, Knocklea, Knockittar, and Devinine Morishah: 76 acres;

    William III, September 1697, 01 September 1697-30 September 1697

    Bawny Bally Edmond, part of Ballybuggy and Cryhallagh, Cloneskee alias Clonebee, the moiety of Cooleally, part of Harristown and Ballyhenry, Droman and the lands contiguous, being part of Castlefleming, Shainderry, Cooletrum, Brackerry, Knocklea, Knockittar and Devinine Morishagh; parts of Rothelagh, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oa..), Boaton; Uranua (as), Yarmouth. Jaly 10-Cheviot (sc.), Dankirk; Leva (S.H.), Ghent, Augusta Gelloe FamilieD, Gefle- British Queen olee-), olamburg; Droman, 8tockhoim Alert aolingen; NOew- castle (S.H.), Newv lte; Bruiser (H.H,), London.-Sailed, July 8- Eaele s.c.), for Dyce Av~berdeenshire (es,., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liobits. Apply HHrprresvo sod NNtaey's. Woctbar. LePeds. 1~ANTED. a Yoling lMan of good chnrtietor,.sa TiNnER lIAA- W' DENERI. Apiuly John Droman, Wisoleitalts Clothier. A.Irisi. street, Ieeds. 092005 5 8U1'fEIO~ltLAI)V8 ,1TAID, iiyear's r ferones. rintlr's Regitry. - AN- SSLT. asmtuosoon up1A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lHIGE-SHERIFFS FOR 1866. THU following are the names of the gentlemen re- turned by the Jadges of Azsaze to serve the omee of High-Sheriff during the ensuing year:- Antrim County.-William Thomas Bristow Lyons, Esq., Old Park, Belfast, Sir Edward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. rFRO!I OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Lot Dos, WnrYZESDAY. ' 'Tax; Home RzulersB had their firtC" field da~y" s.f the i session last night, and debated their project for nearly eight hours. Mr. Butt Pc=t at c-quarter to five o'clock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ovppeition. tu lee THE RECENT CASE OF CUNTENIPT OP tic A, COURT. us as. The Po,,t says that Mr. Justice Droman v Ai . ds- have rendered an estimable service to the nation if A me the result of the Subscribers-only content

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