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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ferry, while General Reynolds was driven from Burryville to Bunker's hill. On the 16th the cap- ture of Chambersburg and Greencastle, in Pennsylvania, on the previous evening was reported from Harrisburg. The Confederates thus menaced the cities of Washington, Baltimore, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SECRETARY SEWARD. A PtOFOUND-fOTION was felt throughout England when it became known, after the arrival at Liverpool of the steamer Greencastle, from New York, with dates to the 15th inst., that President Lincoln bad, on Good Friday, fallen beneath the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Quebec and Montreal with a large number of passengers, which, including those which she would take on board at Greencastle, would reach 800; and on the same day the Inman Company despatched the City of Aulb'verp with a full Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Won by a )sead. FALCON STAKES.-CrIncline, 1 ; Valiant, 2; Milkson, 3. Treisesse]HANDICAP. - Strathuaver, 1;- King of S'cotland, 2 Greencastle, 3. Ten run. Won by a head'; same betwecn aeconed and third. MIOwas3RAY STAKEs, - lying Cloud, 1; Raspberry, Subscribers-only content

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    (9 subs., none of whoma.declafewho paid 3 extra. Ourseround and adistauce. (1 ub.to!wo plid. sovs eadh.)itlb Capt. Gray's ci. h. Greencastle, ys...............7 Mr peters's r. c. Gammon, 3a g e . .710 Mr. Osborne's M. c. Honeytree, 3 yrs .... Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 April 1825, 25 April 1825

    to A Petition of Spirit Retailers in the towns of Buncrana, reduce Duties Qarn> Malin, Ballytiffen, Burnfoot, Bonnifoble, Culdaff, LicenceT Greencastle and Muff, in the district of the Excise Office of Londonderry, was presented, and read; praying the House to Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1828, 21 April 1828

    be given to bring in a Bill for repairing and maintaining a Turnpike Road from Belfast to Antrim, and from Greencastle to Silver stream: And that Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Mc Naghten do prepare, and bring it in:—And that leave Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1828, 24 April 1828

    presented a Bill for repairing and Belfast and maintaining a Turnpike Road from Belfast to Antrim, and Antrim Road from Greencastle to Silverstream: And the same was read ' \'re* the first time; and ordered to be read a second Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1828, 15 May 1828

    do lie upon the Table. A Bill for repairing and maintaining a Turnpike Road from Belfast to Antrim, and from Greencastle to Silver- stream, was read a second time; and committed to Mr. O'Neil, &c.: And they are to meet Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1828, 23 May 1828

    additional provision in the Bill for repairing and maintain- reported. ing a Turnpike Road from Belfast to Antrim, and from Greencastle to Silverstream; That the Standing Orders relative to Turnpike Bills, had not been complied with ; but it appeared Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, June 1688, 16-20, 16 June 1688-20 June 1688

    at Magrath in co. Fermanagh, another between Monaghan and Ardmagh in co. Monaghan, another between Carlingford and G reen Castle [Greencastle ] in co. Down, another at Inchin [Inch ] in co. Down, another between Armagh and Down in co.

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Kirkby Thore

    was granted in ancient times by Robert de Veteripont to the Abbey of Shap. ANTIQUITIES. Within this parish we have "Greencastle" a round enclosure with deep trenches, nearly three miles E.N.E. of Howgill Castle; also the Roman fort of Bravoniacum.

    William and Mary, October 1689, 01 October 1689-31 October 1689

    dried, especially those that are to be sent by sea. My Lord General would have the country bring them to Greencastle, on the other side of Carlingford Bay, by land, but I fear the horses are too weak for such Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    Bulbeck, 1921. -, William, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630. Greenan see Thomastown. Greenans (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 567. Greenaway see Greenway. Greencastle (co. Down), ferry at, 1954. -, (co. Donegal), 1954. Greencloth , Board of (Duke of Ormonde, Lord Steward of

 

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