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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . I . . _.i _ , 5 Mli~A t , Ja| t 0 I I Mae -y oyffro 'r lbrwdfrydedd- ynglya ag I ymwelad fMr. Gladstone yn Scotlind edi a cynyddu bob dydd o'i fynediad y'no. Yin- a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trial of Walter Wheelahan, for the barbarous and inhuman murder of his wife, Mary Wheelahan, on the 51st May, at Killen, near Darrow.-Walter Wheelaban had been married to the deceased but a few years, and latterly treated her with gross Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    325.) S. Tinsley. 7s. 6d. Jones, T. W.-Evolution of the Human Race. (Gvo, pp. 69.) Smith, Elder, and Co. 4s. Killen, W. D.-Ecclesiastical History of Ireland. (2 vols. Bvy, pp. 540, 592.) Macmillan. 25s. Lamont, James.-Yachting in the Arctic Seas. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good deal of difficulty in getting trustworthy information as to the effect which the prose- cution of Daly, Davitt, and Killen has had in Ireland. That it has brought about a sensible lowering of tone on the part of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G:-Maiden Ecstasy. Chatto and Windus. Holmes, Gordon-Voice Production. Chatto and Windus. Kettle, Rosa Mackenzic-Lord Maskelyne's Daughter. Author's Edition. James Weir. Killen, James B.-The United States of Europe. Brooks and Co. Lancaster, Professor Ray.-Degenration. Nature Series. Clarerdon Prcss. L'Estrange, Rev. W. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Kilkevan , co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii., 8). Kilkullyn. See Kilcullen., co. Wexford, II. 898 (5 ii., 8). Killen (Kyllyen, Killen) , lord of (Plunkett), I. 1066; II. 76. Killegrew (Kelegryw) , , I. 1039. -, (Kyllygrewe), John, I.

    Henry VIII, June 1537, 11-20, 01 June 1537-30 June 1537

    and came to the King's manor of Rathwere, where they found the barons of Delvin and Slane, the lord of Killen, and the Plunkettes, 100 of Mr. Seyntloos men, and 100 kern out of Wexford county. Lay there that Tuesday

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Gask. Dunkeld . Dowallie. Incheaddan. Clunay. Fothegayle. Weyme. Kilmawock. Strouane. Lud. Rainoch. Dow. Garnetullie. Fosse. Logierait. Kirkmichaell. Mulyne. Ardunnan. Straphillan. Killen. Lundyff. Ratteray. Cargill. Blair. Kapeith. Clunie. Bernnethy. Allicht. Ruthwen. Glenaylla. Kinclevin. Monyday. Dumblane . Kilbryde. Kilmadock. Kincardin. Port. Kilmahug.

    Index of persons

    j . 217 Keyes , Chris. 146, 168 Keykwiche , Eliz. 166; John, 166 Keyre , Thomas, j . 70 Killen , William, j . 126 King , George, 162; Wm. j . 12 Kingesmill , John, 23 Kingeste ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 April 1801, 17 April 1801

    a Stage a Day ; that there was nothing particular to fee between Argyle in Blair but Lord Breadalbane's, at Killen or Kinmore, where they ftaid all Night, and from thence, though the Witnefs does net recoiled!: by how many Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Surrey; Caxton; Kingston, Cambridgeshire; and Tardebigg and Redditch, 379. — Penn and Little Missenden; Glynn and Larne; Quarterland of Sappoch; Killen ; Western Part of Donaghmore ; Reve¬ rend F. H. Maberly ; Wigtoun; Chapels, Haverfordwest; Mayor, &c. of Kingston Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    - Banghill - Grarard Estate - - Meath Estate Drumnacross - - Faharlookane - - Innishannon - - - Portlemon Killen and several Denominations - Mosstown - - - Cashell - Cloryee - - - - Adairsplott - Glanbane - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    i o 94] [95] Diocese of Kilmacduagh r Aid rah an 1 Beagh - fBuliaun Dromacoo Kilcooly Kilcolgcin Killenhy ] Killen - - Killeenavarra - Killily - - Kiuvarra LStradbally (Isserkelly 1 Kilchrist J Killinane "\ Killogilleen J Killora vKilthomas Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    341. Hyde, 402.—Irvine, 314. Islington, 377. 402. Iver, 295.—Jedburgh, Presbytery of, 274.—Kelso, 274. Kilbrandon, &c, 342. Kilcal- monell, &c, 478. Killen, 377. Killowan, 342. Kilmacrenan, 348. Kilmarnock, 449. Kilmichael, 274. Kilpeacon, 402. Kil- shall, 402. Kincardine, &c, 341. Kingsland, 469. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Parnell and the Parnells: a historical sketch., 1888

    Dublin Castle , if they themselves did not form its garrison. The Government arrested Davitt, James Daly and J. B. Killen , Barrister- at-law, on 19th November . They were arrested for using language at public meetings calculated to incite Subscribers-only content

    Parnell and the Parnells: a historical sketch., 1888

    are now the most ardent advocates of Home Rule for Ireland . The Government had in January, called upon Davitt, Killen , Brennan, and Daly to appear before the Queen ' s Bench in Dublin , where they obtained an Subscribers-only content

    The Government and the Irish Land League., 1884

    been taunted with having acted weakly in giving up the prosecution they had instituted against Messrs. Davitt , Daly, and Killen , the founders of the Land League. The fact is that the prosecutions were still ponding when the Liberals Subscribers-only content

    Parnellism unmasked: its finance exposed, 1885

    the least fervently patriotic-of the Irish race all over the world. In November, 1879 , Messrs. Davitt , Daly, and Killen were arrested on a charge of sedition, and forth¬ with a collection was set on foot to pay the Subscribers-only content

    Parnellism, 1885

    the least fervently patriotic-of the Irish race all over the world. In November, 1879 , Messrs. Davitt , Daly, and Killen were arrested on a charge of sedition, and forth¬ with a collection was set on foot to pay the Subscribers-only content

 

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