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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    114. Knockelonegada . See Knockclonagad. Knockendalla , Loughrea barony, co. Galway, 117. Knockergh , Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 331. Knockfin alias Carfine, Queen's County, 327. Knockittar , Knockittor, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328, 331. Knocklagh , Bargy barony,

    Index of persons and Places, C

    Viscount Falkland, late Treasurer of the Navy, 350. -, Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland, grant of Great Tew manor, 350. Carfine. See Knockfin. Carganulla , Killian barony, co. Galway, 116. Carhoo , co. Cork, 133. Carick. See Carrick. Carigeene. See Carrigeen. Carignansagh.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also in the temporary possession of Mr. Wiuaiis, te rent paid being £1,104. Another of the Chishtlm forests, that of Knockfin, is tenanted by the same gentlean, y who pays for it a rent of £2,200. Luibundaxoph is also ts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alsoin the temporary possession of Mr. Winans. the rent paid being £L ,104. Another of the Chisholm forests, that of" Knockfin. is tenanted bv the same gentleman, who pays for it a. rent of £2,290. Luib- nadamph is also the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    country which he rents in the Strathdass and Kintail districts of Inverness-shire and Ross-shire by taking over the forests of Knockfin and Affanc, which have been rented for some time from The Chishoha by Lord Twecdmouth, and also the Glen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bought two lots of Cheviot wedders, amount- ing in the aggregate to 1110 from Mr Brown, Binning Dumfrieshire ; the Knockfin lot at 33s Gd, and another lot at 31s 6d. Mr Johnstone, Cumberland, bought 1016 Cheviot wedders from Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estates of The Chisholm heard of the decision in his favour by the Lord Ordinary, in the contested case of Knockfin, they felt so much pleasure, that by concert they celebrated the event with bonfires, balls, firing of guns, &c. Subscribers-only content

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