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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1693, 1-15, 01 July 1693-15 July 1693

    Blarny, Blarny Begg and Killelough (395 acres); Knocterbally (235 acres); Killgreny and Dromsmole (227 acres); Killowen (321 acres); Loughan More and Loughan Begg (582 acres); Knocknesuffe (238 acres); Ballquarchy (156 acres); East and West Ballynecaggy (434 acres); Ardamadane (160 acres);

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 6 June 1832, 06 June 1832-06 June 1832

    " It is Ordered , That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Loughan. Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders of the Parish of Loughan , County Meath , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships "to

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    and burgesses of, 1261; stannaries of, keeper of. See Tredenham, S. Lough , Portnahinch barony, Queen's County, 1027. Loughane Beg, Loughan Begg, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281. - More, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281. Loughbralock , [? co. Kildare ]

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, Index K-Z

    - Ballingany; Newtownbarry; Knockaney and Patrickswell; Rosdroit and Templescobin; and Kilcash and Templetney. - Ballymore; and Kilworth, & c. - Loughan. - Temple-Shambo. - Beaminster. - Stamullen, & c.; Ardbraccan and Cortown; Garrocloyne; Whitechurch; and Mullinahone. - Garristown and Bellemadun;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 June 1832, 6 June 1832

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders of the Loughan. Parish of Loughan, County Meath, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " to repeal " the odious Tithe Subscribers-only content

    Index, 16 October 1832

    lingany; Newtownbarry; Knockaney and Patrickswell; Rosdroit and Templescobin; and Kilcash and Templetney, 244. — Ballymore; and Kilworth, &c, 250. — Loughan, 278. — Temple-Shambo, 292. — Beaminster, 294.—Sta- mullen, &c.; Ardbraccan and Cortown; Garrocloyne; Whitechurch ; and Mullinahone, 296. — Subscribers-only content

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

    388. Lea, 239.265. 500. Leeds, Political Union of, 588. Lisronagh, 403. Lister, &c, 461. Lorha, &c, 487. Lorum, &c, 385. Loughan, 342. Loughgilly, 399. Loughmore, 46]. Lower Cregan, 189. Lurgan, 586.—Manchester, 471. Marmion, Anthony, 151. Marraugh, 189. Maryborough, 184. Meigh, Subscribers-only content

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

    John, 287. Lisdowney, 583. Lisgoold, 446. Liskeary and Adrigoole, 421. Lislee, 421. Lismore, 421. Lisnadill, 416. Longford, 614. 416. Lorha,446. Loughan and Dolane, 547. Loughbracken, 425. Loughcrew, 425. Lough Keene, 445. Loughmore and Castle Iny, 445. Loughrea, 421. Louth, 614. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    2, 3 Gul. 4. lxiv. — eo?zZi«2<ed. Limerick, 292 a. Liscprrol, 409 a. Lisrouagh, 372 b, Loughan, 278 b. Loughmore, 191 a. — Lurgan, 409 b. —— Maghera, &c., 118 a. Maheracloone, 328 a. Marmion, 61b. Marraugh, 75 b. Moleary, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    timber, the property of Mr. Francrs Bennett, the landlord, and were remanded, bail being accepted. Mr. James Healy, farmer, of Loughan, near Bullina, died last night from injuries inflicted on the l9th ult. in an affray with two men named Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their task in a masterly manner. It was with considerable difficulty the Judges (Messrs. Davidson, of Biallystockart; Bailie, of Port Loughan; and Newill, of Lecale,) were enabled to decide between the skilful competitors. Cer- tainly there have seldom assembled, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of premises described as a " spinnieg-mill, thread mranufactory, stores, and offices, sitlate at Gilford, in tile towunland of Loughan, county Down," of which Messrs. Dunbar and Com- panv were stated to be the occupiers, and the appel- lant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aran-u, of the Arney station, to the rank of Con- stable; and Sub-Constables Dawson, of the Ennis- killen station, and Loughan, of Ederney station, to the r;lnk of Acting-Goisstable. SIn-GE OrErnanTes BY NimsT.-At a late hour on Wednesday night a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    te or the Art tfl lon x as N~f :)e'lt" :6' t lF;iiNO i . . - >-i;;\ iti thel jaxhil 1it10±1 4 - . a. t !') tiSille 4'5,.r3v.g a- t te i i 1 J l - Subscribers-only content

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