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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Pennard

    wooded western end of Pennard Hill , on the lower slopes of which are the hamlets of Sticklinch , Laverly, Piltown , Newtown , and Higher and Lower Southtown . The hamlets of East Street and Woodland Street are on

    List of Illustrations and Maps

    Pennard parish in 1840 143 54 West Pennard church, 2001 . English Heritage. NMR BB016050 152 55 West Pennard , Piltown chapel, 2001 . English Heritage. NMR BB016016 153 56 Podimore Milton in 1777 156 57 Podimore Milton church, c

    Index A - Z

    142, 147, 149 Newtown , 144, 148, 153 nonconf., 153, 153 Pennard Hill , 1, 75, 142, 144, 148-9, 151 Piltown , 144, 153-4 pop., 144 pub. hos, 144-5, 153 rwy sta., 143, 149 schools, 151, 153-4, 220 sett., 144

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 10 December 1829

    ; Meelick; Thomond-Gate ; Kilbrew; and Muckno, 33. — Tullow; St. Andrew, &c. Dublin ; Dualla ; Nobber ; Cruisetown; Piltown ; Lixnaw ; Kill; Hull; Kilmallock ; Newcastle, Limerick; Killary; Rathgraff; Navan ; Johnstown; Borris in Ossory ; and Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    Preston. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Piltown and its Neighbourhood, in the County of Waterford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " to take immediate Measures for the Removal " of so great a Stain Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Talley; Llandovery; Llangadock; Llansawel; Llan- dilo; Cross Inn; Llanddeysaint; Cilycwm ; Stockport; Wigan; Bretherton ; Lees; and Ardmore, 268. — Piltown; and Preston, 269. — Donegal; Inner; Killybegs; Saint George's, Dublin; Skibbereen; Sutton Coldfield; and St. Alkmond's, Shrewsbury, 275. — Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    have been enabled to afford Dr. Hamilton and Mr. Langrishe (of Knocktopher) has been to order the Chief Constable from Piltown, {Bessboro"gh,) where all is quiet, to establish himself, with all the disposable Constables of his District, until further Orders, Subscribers-only content

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

    Pevensey, 455. Pewsey, 295. Philadelphia, 56. Philleigh, 39, p. 405. Pickering, 56. Pickhill, 52. Pickmere, 175. Pillaton, 405. Pilling, 74. Piltown, 465. Pimiico, Palace Street, Buckingham Chapel, 445. Pinchbeck, 182. Pinx- ton, 49. Pinxton Chapel, 52. Pisgah Chapel, 444. Pitcairn, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 28 February 1831, 28 February 1831-28 February 1831

    of Oppression:" It is Ordered , That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Piltown: Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Piltown and its Neighbourhood, in the County of Waterford , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Rilstone and Conistone; Caio; Talley; Llandovery; Llangadock; Llansawel; Llandilo; Cross Inn; Llanddeysaint; Cilycwm; Stockport; Wigan; Bretherton; Lees; and Ardmore. - Piltown; and Preston. - Donegal; Inner; Killybegs; Saint George's, Dublin; Skibbereen; Sutton Coldfield; and St. Alkmond's, Shrewsbury. - Gloucester; Lanhilleth;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ensuing year, a Roman Ca- tholic gentleman of independent property and station, in the person of Thomas Brodigan, of Piltown, county of Meath, Esq. Our contemporary subjoins that Mr Brodigan is the first Roman Catholic appointed to the office Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cultivation, and paternal management. He has lived amongst a happy and pros- perous tenantry; and the yearly meetings of the Piltown Agricultural Society have long been remarkable for the reciprocal kindness and attachment of the noble proprie- tor and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    station,, which they found deserted, and then, burned, as you have alreaqyj stated, the , constabulary having previously retired upon Piltown. They also went to the hguse of Mr G. Shepherd, of Kiltracy, and en-. deavo4red to extort ZOt. from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cousin of Sir William Sonserville, has issued an ad- dress to the electors for Meath. Mr F. Brodigan, of Piltown, barrister, is reported to be a candidate also in the Whig interest; and Mr John Arthur Farrell, of Moynalty, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opponent. CORas-Mr F. B. Beamish has intimated his intention of again seekcing the representation'of this city. DROGHEDA.-Mr F. Brodyan, of Piltown, is about to resign the shrievalty of Drogheda, with a view of contesting the borough with Mr M'Cann, the Subscribers-only content

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