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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, E

    and Places E E Eagan , Flin, outlaw, 84. Eare , Gilbert, of New Inn, 110 bis , 334; lease of tenements in Treverbyn Courtney manor, 181. Earle , Thomas, grant of a bond to, 432. See also Erle. Earles

    Treasury Calendar, April 1696, 1-10, 01 April 1696-10 April 1696

    said schedule of forfeiting persons. in County Roscommon : Garret Dillon, Christopher Dillon, James Marnell, John Tobin, Feag Egan, Flin Eagan, James Plunkett, Col. Farel. in County Mayo : Henry O'Neale. in County Galway : James Talbott, Sir Maurice Hurly,

    Warrants etc., April 1697, 21-25, 21 April 1697-25 April 1697

    son an infant alive. Ja. Talbott: not inquired into: it is credibly reported there is a settlement. John Tobin, Feagh Eagan, Flyn Egan, neither indicted nor outlawed. Geo. Talbott: all settled by deed in his life time, which is found

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1A ONEM. hINE LENT, from £2. to £P200., on PeroSiaOlSecu. ~ Ity and hills of Sale. Trade E111th Tihcute.p y Mi jurics, twodoorm treat Lull Street, iLiraingharn. 1 1 -It"'Irevy~l r ithout rel-ral; good rpritig sanet' andI lage LHUlA Subscribers-only content

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    lIrish Woarl after that date. Mr. Atkinson then went on to the reading of a series of telegrams passing between Eagan and Pordc In a reported speech, delivered in reply to an American address of welcome, Mr. T. P. O'Connor Subscribers-only content

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    added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs each, for two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Mr. Perkins's Oxeye, by Oxlip-Lady Raglan, Bet 71b Eagan I Dr. Handyside's Stokesloy, 8st 71b .......... J. Osborne 2 Mr. Lamnbtoa's Hethpoo st41b ........ aguire 3 Lady Gowns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It was a soon isot in custody who first put his arm round the prosecutor's neck, By the Court: Saw Eagan also put lois hand into the prosaccetor's pockcet before lie was knocked down. Witness then added, thathoe did not Subscribers-only content

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    to pro- cure their admissicns to ic Reformatory. Hu1Nitay TiivEves.-Two yossg fellows, samed Jassses Eagan, of D Court, Lichlfelti Street, (brothcor of the well-knsown " Ducky" Eagan, who was convicted cit thle late Warrwick Assiocs for hiigs- way robbery,) mlid Subscribers-only content

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