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  • * British History Online *

    131 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index of Subjects, B

    Ardee, Ballaghkeen, Ballybritt, Balrothery, Barretts, Carbury, Castleknock, Connells, Coolock, Corkaree, Duhallow, Duleck, Dunluce, English, Ferrard, Forth, Gowran, Ida, Ikeathy, Iverk, Kells, Kilconnell, Kilconway, Kilcoursey, Killian, Kiltartan, Knocktopher, Lune, Middlethird, Morgallion, Moycashel, Naas, Narragh and Reban, Newcastle, Orior, Oughterany, Rathvilly, Ratoath,

    Index of Subjects, B, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Clangibbon. Connello. Coolock. Coshma. Cullenagh. Deece. Delvin. Duhallow. Duleek. Dunkerron. Farbill. Fartullagh. Ferrard. Forth. Glanarought. Half Fore. Inchiquin. Iveragh. Iverk. Kells. Kendal. Kilkenny West. Kiltartan. Lune. Maryborough. Morgallion. Moyfenrath. Muskerry. Naas. Narragh and Reban. Navan. Nethercross. Offaly. Philipstown. Portnahinch. Powys

    Index of Subjects, B

    Decies. Deece. Delvin. Duleek. Dundalk. Eglish. Farbill. Fassadinin. Fermoy. Fore. Forth. Gaultiere. Gowran. Ibane. Ikeathy and Oughterany. Imokilly. Iveagh. Iveragh. Kells. Kilcullen. Kilkea and Moone. Kilkenny West. Killian. Kiltartan. Leitrim. Leyny. Loughrea. Lune. Magunihy. Maryborough. Moyashel and Magheradernon. Moycarn. Moycullen.

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1534-31 December 1554

    death of, 90, 93. See Divorce. -, repeal by Queen Mary of the acts concerning the divorce of, p. 538. Kells , archdeacon of, Charles Reynolds, 150 note Kent , the rebellion in (of Sir T. Wyatt), p. 457, 854,

    Venice, June 1537, 01 June 1537-30 June 1537

    xx. Query the rebellion of Lord Thomas Fitzgerald, attainted 21st May 1536. Lord Thomas Fitzgerald sent Charles Reynold, Archdeacon of Kells, to Pope Paul III. and Dominick Power to the Emperor Charles V. with letters craving their aid towards the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1801, 8 May 1801

    Longford Granard Edgworthftown Ballymahon Kineah Abbyihrode Louth: Dundalk Atherdee - Drogheda Mayo: Caftlebar Weftport Ballina Ballinrobe Clare Meath: Trim Dunfliaughlin Kells Navorn Monaghan: Monaghan Caftle Blayney Queen's County : Ballinakill Rathdowny Burros Maryborough Mountrath Portarlington Stradbally Rofcommon: Boyle Caftlerea Rofcommon Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    Gun which was in the House, and then departed, This Barony is very much disturbed. (Signed) John Kelly, Chief Constable. Kells and Iveik. Robt. Barry Esq. Ten Persons have been appre¬ hended charged with various Offences. A Man named Coughlin Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    Four Do. " for Assaults and Rescues. " Knocktopher and Ida. " Twenty-one Persons were apprehended for various Offences. " Kells and Iverk. " No Report received from Mr. Barry. tf This County appears to be somewhat tranquil, with the Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    Rescues. " Kells and Iverk. " Sixteen Persons apprehended for various Offences. " A Shot was fired into a House at Garryruthen, Barony of " Kells. A House was maliciously burned on the Lands of Viper, " near Kells. " Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    " " I beg leave to acquaint you, that a Trial took " place Yesterday at the General Sessions of Kells, in "• which One of the Constabulary under my Command " was concerned. The following are the Particulars; " Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

    4 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Anglo-Saxon Remains Anglo-Saxon Remains from Somerset Leaden Coffin-plate found at Bath

    of Our Lord in the Gospels of St. Chad , of the late eighth century, and in the Book of Kells . 13 A dissertation on the technique of the enamels would here be out of place, but comparison with

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    Parliament of October 1385 . 30 He accompanied Richard to Ireland in 1394 31 and was killed in battle at Kells in 1398 . 32 His son and heir Edmund was imprisoned on account of his claim to the throne

    Lichfield History to c. 1500

    The Anglo-Saxons: Studies presented to Bruce Dickins , ed. P. Clemoes, 292, 298, 310. G. Henderson , From Durrow to Kells , 122-9. Anglo-Saxon Eng . ii, ed. P. Clemoes, 91-4. V.C.H. Staffs . iii. 140-1. Letters of Lanfranc, Archbishop

    Index A-J

    Society Chester West Employment Area Chester Western Bypass Chester Zoo Cheyney Road Chlorus, Constantinus Cholmondeley , Robert, Viscount Cholmondeley of Kells and Baron Cholmondeley of Wichemalbank Chorlton , John of Christ Church Christleton Christleton Road Church of Christ Churton, W.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moendsay lost, ts. James Croft, wife of the Rev. James Croft, Prebendary of Can leebtiry. Onl the ist inst. at Kells, County of Meath, at the extraordinary age of leo years, Mark Beg;, Esq1. xso enjoyed the use of all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corgia- legno, a noble of Cephalonia, to Louisa Harriet, foumth daughter of C. Scott, Esq. residing at Pisa. Lately, in Kells church, John Young, Esq. M.P. for the county Cavan, to Adelaide Anabella Toite Dalton, step-daughter of the Marquis of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with bands playing national airs, and banners flying, commenced arriving from the follow. ing, amongst other places:-Drogheds, Slane, Navan Athboy, Kells, Trim, Clonee, Dunciaun h in, Dundalk, Swords, Naas, Mullingar, Ardee, Etifield, Balbrigan, Cavan, Longford, Duleck, &c. These processions which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is 755. ; Waterford, 4001. ; Drogheda, 2101.; Belfast, 2001. ; Carrick-on-Suir, 188l.; Navan, 901.; Thurles, 901.; Enniscorthy, 90. ; Kells, 601.; Mullin- gar, 931.; Clones, S01.; Caber, 641. ; Kilguade, 401.; Ferns, 3S1. ; Dunbovne, 301. Several of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and north-west of Ireland, viz: the Belfast and Ballymena Railway; the Dablin and Belfast Junction, with Branch to Drogheda and Kells; the Dublin and Dronbeda-Howth Branch; the Dundalk and Ennis- killen ; the Great North Western (Irish); the North- era Subscribers-only content


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