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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1609, 01 June 1609-30 June 1609

    to the siege of Kinsale with 400 soldiers on board under the command of Sir Anthony Cooke. The soldiers were safely landed, but the ship was wrecked in a tempest and lost to the west of Kinsale. Petitioner's losses amount

    East Indies, July 1583, 01 July 1583-31 July 1583

    negroes and a boy were drowned; altogether they lost 45 persons. Their weak company provided for on their arrival at Kinsale; fresh victuals caused almost every subject some infirmity. Intends setting down at large remedies for the relief of those

    Cecil Papers, July 1583, 01 July 1583-31 July 1583

    protections and afterwards sundry great abuses in this your service meet to be reformed. One James Meugh, a merchant of Kinsale, with two sons of the sovereigns of the same town and seven of the corporation, accompanied with fifty kern

    Charles II, June 1666, 01 June 1666-30 June 1666

    make up the number to thirty. The vessel is now well fitted to use her guns and well supplied at Kinsale with things for present use except cables. I am now at Chester water, attending the coming of some moneys Subscribers-only content

    Simancas, February 1602, 01 February 1602-28 February 1602

    Kinsale occupied by a large number of the Queen's ships, continued th eir voyage in search of a place where they might anchor and obtain intelligence. On the 11th December they entered the port of Castlehaven, eight leagues beyond

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Kinsale

    Kinsale Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: 64 in 1831 GEORGE COUSSMAKER 15 Mar. 1820 SIR JOSIAS ROWLEY, bt.� 3 July 1821 vice Coussmaker, deceased JOHN RUSSELL 15 June 1826 JOHN

    Kinsale

    Kinsale Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen WILLIAM ROWLEY 1801 ROWLEY re-elected after appointment to office 20 Feb. 1801 SAMUEL CAMPBELL ROWLEY 13 July 1802 HENRY MARTIN II vice Rowley, vacated his seat 29 Apr. 1806

    ROWLEY, William (?1764-1812), of Mount Campbell, co. Leitrim.

    Mount Campbell, co. Leitrim. Constituency Dates Kinsale 1801 231802 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1790-1800. Ofifces Held Commr. public accts. [I] May 1798-1800; commr. of revenue [I] 1801-11. Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Leitrim 1794-5; recorder, Kinsale 1796-d. Biography Like his father,

    ROWLEY, Samuel Campbell (1774-1846), of Mount Campbell, co. Leitrim.

    10 Mar. 1801 231802 Kinsale 1802 Apr. 1806 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1797-1800. Ofifces Held Entered RN 1789, lt. 1794, cdr. 1799, capt. 1802, r.-adm. 1837. Biography Rowley joined his eldest brother William as representative for Kinsale in the last

    COUSSMAKER, George (?1796-1821), of Poulton, nr. Dover, Kent and Kings Weston, nr. Bristol, Glos.

    Kings Weston, nr. Bristol, Glos. Constituency Dates Kinsale 1818 23 May 1821 Biography Coussmaker, whose ancestors had migrated from Flanders to southern England in the seventeenth century, continued to sit unopposed for Kinsale as the nominee of his maternal uncle

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1819, 25 February 1819

    of- City of - County Town and 1 Liberties of J Dublin, Fermanagh, Galway,* Galway, Kerry, Kildare,* Kilkenny, Kilkenny, King's, Kinsale, Returns from Clerks of the Peace not received.'' County of - Leitrim, Limerick, City of - Limerick, City and Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1822, 8 July 1822

    the Town of Skibbereen, in the County of Cork, and a " Branch therefrom communicating with the Town of " Kinsale, in the said County ;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. The said Bill was read Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1825, 28 February 1825

    Drogheda, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of His Majesty's Kinsale: most loyal Subjects the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of Kinsale, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Ca- Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    feel myself autho¬ rized to state, that it is the Wish of the Magistrates residing in the Baronies of Kinnalea, Kinsale, Courcics and Kerrycurrihy, that those Baronies should be relieved from the Operation of the Insurrection Act. " " As Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    do they go ?" <c Seldom more than Five or Six Miles with their " present Vessels; the Hookers of Kinsale and Dun- M garvan frequently go to a very considerable Distance ; " by a Hooker, I mean the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wenwynodd ei waed, Rc a fu yn achos o'i farwol. aeth. Boddodd pnmp a ddynion tra mewn ewch pysgota gerilaw Kinsale yr wythoos ddiweddaf. Ymddengys fad deg a ddwylaw yn perthyn i'r eweb, ond llwydd. odd pump i gyraedd-y ln Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xinteresta, -'tee damages were laid at .10,0001. It, ap- peaed t 4he plaintiff, in 1800, had married Miss Coxon5 of Kinsale, Ireland, and that three children were the fruit of this union, - That-they livid together on terms of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq: of Monktoa1 J.xta, neta Chippenhams, to Anne, only daughter of John Figgins, Esq. Chippenham,VWilts.' On the 10th ult. at Kinsale, the lion. T. E. Deane, Colonel Of the S8th regiment. eldc-t son 'of Lord Muskerry, to Miss Haoyte' second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the loss of this vessel are detailed in a letter from Mr. Jacob Mark, Consul to the United States, at Kinsale, and Mr. John Purcell, of Garrets- town. Mr. Purcell says, " her crew cossisted of e24, nad of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certainty, that the French gentleman who called himoself M. Gravez, and who was lost in the ill-fated Atbioe packet, off Kinsale, in Ireland, was the celebrated Count Lefehri-e Desnouttes. Six thousand pounds is said-to be the Slim taken at the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bridgwater Economic history

    , and Rosse, and was mostly beans. 55 In 1519 a consignment of wheat and rye destined for Cork or Kinsale was landed at Tenby. 56 Several export licences were issued in the 16th century for beans, malt, or pulse,

    Townships North Meols

    and 1 or . William married Millicent, one of the four daughters and co-heirs of John Comyn , lord of Kinsale and of lands in the counties of Warwick and Worcester . 37 He was pardoned some outlawry he had

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Economy and society, 1350-1550

    as silk. 15 The trade was concentrated in the Pale , and not with wealthier Waterford , Cork , and Kinsale . 16 Fish exceeded any other single commodity in quantity. 17 Eels, cod, herring, and salmon were regularly imported

    Index A-J

    intercommoning , Inwood , see Fiddington Ions , J., goldsmith, Ireland , and see Cork ; Dublin ; Galway ; Kinsale ; Limerick ; Rosse; Waterford ; Wexford ; Youghal Irish (Ireys) : Adam le, fam., Iron Acton (Glos.) ,

    Index K-Z

    , see Broomfield ; Stringston Kingslands , see Broomfield Kingston , fam., Kingston St. Mary , Tetton, vicar, see Foster Kinsale ( Ireland ) , Kitnor : Geof. of, Joan, see Wood Wm., fam., Knaplock : Hen. of, Hugh of,

 

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