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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    Queen's County, 327. Knockittar , Knockittor, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328, 331. Knocklagh , Bargy barony, co. Wexford, 325. Knocklea , Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328. Knockmare , Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 329. Knockmill , co. Carlow,

    Warrants etc., September 1697, 11-15, 13 September 1697-15 September 1697

    7 s . 7 d . in Droman and the lands contiguous being part of Castle Fleming; Shanderry, Cooletrum, Brackerry, Knocklea, Knockittar, and Devinine Morishah: 76 acres; quit rent 1 l . 10 s . 9 d . part of

    William III, September 1697, 01 September 1697-30 September 1697

    moiety of Cooleally, part of Harristown and Ballyhenry, Droman and the lands contiguous, being part of Castlefleming, Shainderry, Cooletrum, Brackerry, Knocklea, Knockittar and Devinine Morishagh; parts of Rothelagh, Killhennagh, Bally and Garryduff; both Ballintogarts and Killvartin "next contiguous to Castletown Subscribers-only content

    General Index, I, J, K, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    Knockendalla (Galway) Knockergh (Queen's co.) Knockfine, alias Carfine (Queen's co.) Knockicorr (Queen's co.) Knockittar (Queen's co.) Knocklagh (Wexford), tithes in Knocklea (Queen's co.) Knockmare (Queen's co.) Knockmill (Carlow) Knockmogleskeny (Meath) Knockmore (Galway) Knocknagrass (Queen's co.) Knocknaughter (Galway) Knocknebarnaghby (Roscommon) Knocknefally Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GERMAN REED'S ENTERTAINMENT. "Old Knocklea," the new fiist part of the German Reed'a entertainment, at St. George's Hall, is one of the most amusing, aa weU as one of the cleverest, pieces that haa been produced by the company. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    % tegr***- This evening, in connection with the German Sam -**_•»- tainmentatSt.George'sHalUnew drat part will ba ->«*______»_, j entitled "Old Knocklea," written by Arthur ___a_«. .am . music by Alfred J. Caldicott. The performance *t_l -.>»- clude with a musical Subscribers-only content

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