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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and passed some time wmith Sir Francis M'Naghten, helis :at present [Friday last] under thie roof of Mdr il'Dommnell, of Glenarm, the father-in-law of the Marchlioness of Londouiderry. Ons his return, lie is to spend a day with. the Marquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar- duous appointment. REPRESENTATION OF ANTRIM--The names of Mr G. Macartney, of Lissanoure Castle, and 1Mr Edmond M'Do, nell, of Glenarm, are mentioned as the most Probable successors to the late Mr Irving. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We are alewys anxions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    short time inland, and it was thought our resting-place would be Ballymena, but another change took us straight for Glenarm Bay. Glenarm and Carnlough were distinctly seen, and it was in- tended by Mr Coxwell to make the descent near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otherwise inexplicable facility of self-surrender exhibited by fIfes Glenarm. The following " love scene " is so much out of the common that we cannot resist quoting it: Geoffrey resisted Mrs Glenarm without the slightest effort. He casually extorted her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .9MRT-TING INTELLIQENCEo pro- PONTEFRACT MEETING. tugso YNSTERDAY. cry, The LoNDEnsnonourrs STAReRI Of S nopr Casb, wth~ SO added' for two-yeaT-olde; colts Sot 10ib, fillies Sot 61b; penaltIes anedl Mr. 16lwanree; the second to save hid stae, TY.C. 11 sube. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, B

    Clane. Clanmorris. Clonderalaw. Condons and Clangibbon, co. Cork. Coolock. Corcomroe. Corkaguiny. Delvin. Duhallow. Dunkellin. Dunluce. Dunmore. Farbill. Fartullagh. Fews. Galmoy. Glenarm. Granard. Inchiquin. Iveagh, Upper. Kenry. Kilconnell. Kilcoursey. Kilkea and Moone. Kilkenny West. Leitrim. Massereene. Middlethird. Navan. Newcastle. Philipstown. Rathconrath.

    Index, G, 01 April 1599-28 February 1600

    for, 286. , , Lord Barry asked to meet Tyrone and Desmond at, 493. Glaseour , Hugh, statement by, 362. Glenarm . See Clanarum. Glencomkene . See Glancankin. Glinns , or Glynns, co. Antrim, 67, 75. , , defeat of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    , Alexander, late Archbishop o f Glass , manufacture of for windows, from Holland Glasse , Richard Glen , Mr. Glenarm , Barony of Glencoe Glengarry , estate of Glengarry , Earl of Glenmalery , Lord Gloucester , city of Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, T

    by, 411. Tomagh , Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352. Tomfinlough , Tomfinlagh, co. Clare, 334. Tompson. See Thompson. Tonikeniff. See Tawnykinaff. Tonkins Cove , Mullion, co. Cornwall, 131. Tonnaugh , Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352. Tonree.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 24 June 1830, 24 June 1830-24 June 1830

    insert "And whereas the said Lands and Estate of Sleans are situate within the Barony of Glenarm , of which Edmund McDonnell , of Glenarm Castle , Esquire, and the Right honourable Anne Catherine , Countess of Antrim , his

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    1951. 72 Clapton Park tabernacle, Blurton Rd. 73 Primitive Meths. started mission when Thos. Jackson took over Theatre Royal , Glenarm Rd., reg. 1884-96 . 74 Tabernacle on S. side of Blurton Rd. E. of Chatsworth Rd. opened 1885 and

    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    Walk to Pond Lane, filling the space between that and Lower Clapton Road with the west ern ends of Clifden, Glenarm , and neighbouring roads between c . 1867 and 1870. Farther east 61 a. were leased to a market

    Index A-J

    Jas., Girls' Public Day School Co. (later Trust) , Glaskin , Thos. Peet, Glaskin Rd. , Glen , W.R. , Glenarm Rd. , Glouces ter , canon of, see Sheldon Glover , Morton M., Glyn : Clayton Wm . Feake,

    The borough of Ilford SOUTH ILFORD & BARKING 1964 NORTH ILFORD & CHADWELL HEATH 1964

    erected in 1923 . 331 Eastcourt school in Eastwood Road , Goodmayes , was also founded in 1896 . 332 Glenarm college, Coventry Road , was founded in 1893 . 333 In 1960 there were at least twelve private schools

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1824, 24 March 1824

    Ramoan and Culfeightron, in the said County of Antrim ; The Reverend William Wolseley Clerk, Vicar of Teckma- crevan otherwise Glenarm, in the said County of Antrim ; The Reverend George M'Doxvell Johnston Clerk, Vicar of Donegore and Kilbride, in Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1825, 4 July 1825

    14 to 1. (5) In the Barony of Glanerough the Proportion is 9 to 1. (6) In the Barony of Glenarm Upper the Protestants to the Catholics are as 4 to 1. (7) In the Barony of Murrisk the Proportion Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1830, 21 June 1830

    " whereas the said Lands and Estate of Sleans are situate " within the Barony of Glenarm, of which Edmund " M'Donnett of Glenarm Castle, Esquire, and The Right * Honorable Anne Catherine Countess of Antrim his Wife, « are Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    840. — Down ; and Killinchy, 865. — Cork; Bandon ; and Western Part of Countv of Cork, 903. — Glenarm, 933. — Cairn Castle, 960. — Colerain; and Ballynure, 1073. — Drumcliff, 1099. 24, for securing the Payment of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    -"| Ballylinney - Ballymartin -J Derry Keighan- - Ballycaston Coleraine Magheragall Derryaghy Agherton Killead Finvoy Ardclinis Loughguilk Killaghan Bally rashane Glenarm Templeougliten Ramoan Culfeightrin Ballywillen (37 Parishes.) Payable Lay AMOUNl to 1 Impropriator. | £ s ; : - - Subscribers-only content

 

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