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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Co. Armagh

    Co. Armagh County Background Information Number of registered freeholders: 8,746 in 1829; 1,361 in 1830 HON. HENRY CAULFEILD 22 Mar. 1820 CHARLES BROWNLOW 22 Mar. 1820 HON. HENRY CAULFEILD 29 June 1826 CHARLES BROWNLOW 29 June 1826 William Vernet

    Co. Cork

    Co. Cork County Background Information Number of registered freeholders: 5,448 in 1829; 3,138 in 1830 HON. RICHARD HARE 20 Mar. 1820 EDWARD KING, Visct. Kingsborough 20 Mar. 1820 RICHARD HARE (Visct. Ennismore) 21 June 1826 HON. ROBERT HENRY KING

    Co. Louth

    JOCELYN vice Jocelyn, become a peer of Ireland 10 Aug. 1820 THOMAS HENRY SKEFFINGTON vice Foster, called to the Upper House 27 Sept. 1821 JOHN LESLIE FOSTER vice Skeffington, become a peer of Ireland 21 Feb 1824 ALEXANDER DAWSON 30

    Co. Carlow

    18 Mar. 1820 SIR ULYSSES BAGENAL BURGH 18 Mar. 1820 THOMAS KAVANAGH vice Burgh, became a peer of Ireland 06 Apr. 1826 HENRY BRUEN 19 June 1826 THOMAS KAVANAGH 19 June 1826 HENRY BRUEN 12 Aug. 1830 THOMAS KAVANAGH 12

    Co. Galway

    Co. Galway County Background Information Number of registered freeholders: 33,014 in 1829; 2,052 in 1830 JAMES DALY 01 Apr. 1820 RICHARD MARTIN 01 Apr. 1820 JAMES DALY 06 July 1826 RICHARD MARTIN 06 July 1826 James Staunton Lambert 06

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ef yn ysgolor ("demy") o Goleg Magdalen yn Rhydychain, yn 1843. Enillodd y ddwy ysgoloriaeth a elwir yr "Hertford" a'r "Ireland" yn 1844. Cymeroddy radd o B.A., yn 1847,yn ydosbarth cyntaf. Enillodd y wobr amy traethawd Saesneg goreu yn 1848, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    professor of Latin., yn Boston, Lincoluslhire. -Yr a oedd Mr. Conington yn "Fellow" yn Coleg Corpus h Christy. Enillodd yr Ireland Scholarship ye ,844, a'r h Hertfbrd Scholarship yn 18,14 Latin Verse 1Si7, Eog- r lish Essay 1848, Latin Essay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae y ffug-chwedlau, fel bob amser yn Blackwood, yn bur ddifyr. Yn Saint Paul's ceir ysgrifau symol ar "What does Ireland want," " The Thames," "Rural England 1500-1550," " On Railway Economy." Yn y Cornhill, Belyravia, St. James, ceir clawriau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel yr ymddangosasgnt yn ein Cylehlythyr. * 2. The College to be of the status of the Queen's Colleges in Ireland, or University and King's Colleges in London. The course of study to be adapted for the different liberal professions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    golygiadau teg hyn. Y mae Mr. S. TRENCH, yn ei dystiolaeth o flaen y ` Select Committee on the Tenure (Ireland) Bill," yn dweyd ei fbd ef yn gwybod am an faroniaeth yn Ulster yr hon a ardrethwyd yn 1606 Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Introduction

    whose trade and political importance to the government were largely based on the city's links with Ireland . 1 Although not one of the very largest provincial towns, it was the only sizeable place in the North-West, and its standing

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Partney

    who was bishop of Lindsey in the time of Theodore: he had probably been educated in the monastic schools of Ireland . 3 The name of the founder of the abbey is unknown: nor is there any reason for connecting

    Townships Hale

    in the old building the tombs of John Layot ( 1428 ), John Ireland ( 1462 ), Sir Gilbert Ireland ( 1626 ), and Sir Gilbert Ireland ( 1675 ); only the latter, of black marbl e, has been preserved.

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Military and political affairs, 1550-1642

    freemen to arm themselves, reviewed the trained bands, and inspected munitions stored locally. 1 After the outbreak of rebellion in Ireland in 1579 Chester was the main port used for sending English troops levied in other parts of the country,

    List of abbreviations

    Public Record Office (H.M.S.O.) Cal. Justiciary R. of Irel . Calendar of the Justiciary Rolls of Ireland preserved in the Public Record Office of Ireland (H.M.S.O.) Cal. Lib . Calendar of the Liberate Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 14th December 1835

    after 7 and got up at 8. Dressed and had my hair done. Began O'Driscol's History of Ireland while my hair was doing. We breakfasted after 9. Read in the Exposition from 10 till 10 minutes past 10. Wrote my

    Monday 14th December 1835

    and got up at 8. Dressed and had my hair done. Began O'Driscol's History of Ireland while my hair was doing. We breakfasted after 9. Read in the Exposition from 10 till 10 minutes past 10. Wrote my journal. Read

    Saturday 24th December 1836

    one beautiful cattle piece by Cooper (all coloured), 3 prints; a book called; “Finden's Tableaux”; “Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1837, Ireland ”; both these are very pretty; “Friendship's Offering”, and “The English Annual for 1837”; “The Holy Land”, illustrated beautifully;

    Saturday 24th December 1836

    one beautiful cattle piece by Cooper (all coloured), 3 prints; a book called; “Finden's Tableaux”; “Heath's picturesq Annual for 1837, Ireland ”; both these are very pretty; “Friendship's Offering”, and “The English Annual for 1837”; “The Holy Land”, illustrated beautifully;

    Monday 23rd October 1837

    a few m. to 11 Lord Melbourne came to me and stayed with me till 12 m p.12. Talked about Ireland ; Lord Melbourne looked over some Despatches which he had not yet seen. Sat to Hayter. Walked for a

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 4, page 603 (1563)

    any sēding vs other to s. Christopher though he be paītid neuer so stout ne to S. Patriarkes purgatorie in Ireland, ne to S. Iames in Galisia in the yeare of grace, nor yet to any other saint or place,

    Book 1, page 6 (1576)

    the Grace of God,Queene of England, Fraunce and Ireland, defendour of Christes Fayth & Gos-pel, and principall gouernour both of the Realme and also ouer the sayd Church of Eng-land & Ireland, vnder Christ the supreme head of the same

    K. Henry. 8. The aunsweres of Iohn Lambert to the Byshops Articles.

    any sending vs, either to S. Christopher (though he be paynted neuer so stout) eyther to S. Patrickes purgatorye in Ireland, or to S. Iames in Galicia, in the yeare of grace, or yet to any other Sainct or place:

    K. Hen. 8. The aunsweres of Iohn Lambert to the Byshops Articles.

    any sendyng vs, either to S. Christopher (though he be paynted neuer so stout) either to S. Patrickes purgatorye in Ireland or to S. Iames in Galicia, in the yeare of grace, or yet to any other sainct or place:

    K. Henry. 8. The answere of Iohn Lambert to the Byshops articles.

    any sending vs, either to S. Christopher (though he be paynted neuer so stout) either to S. Patrickes purgatory in Ireland or to S. Iames in Galicia, in the yeare of grace, or yet to anye other sainct or place:

 

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