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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piuchase, vict; 5ib R. Getuin, priroirutpd 37l* Foot-Capt. F. Skelly, to be Major, by porchasee vice Wraod, wits retices t Lieic. C. A Parkinson, to be Capt. by purchas;e, vice Skelly; En.ign A. N A. Bowers, to be Lieut. ity Subscribers-only content

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    the manor of Bam- brouoh, the property previously belonging to Air Skelly. Mr G. Grey Bell sworn: I have been acting as agent for the firm of Robson and Skelly, of the limwe-orks at North Sunderland. The prisoner oas been Subscribers-only content

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    recent outrage. He has laid informations against Mr George Gray Bell, the late clerk of the firm of Robson and Skelly, and- three other persons. of the names- of Stevenson, Brown, and Galligar, as prin. cipals at the incendiary fire Subscribers-only content

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    Gavin, S. Giles, J. Grant, Al'. N. Stall, J. H-armor, P. Fearn- Icy, 3d. Hinlsinhl, dl. Henley, WV. Kearnse, F'. Skelly, G. Lawrence, TP. Larkin, M. Mlaher, 5. ]Aalleys, J. Murphy, T. Mlurray, P. O'BrIen, W. O'Conunell, M. Roonan., G, Subscribers-only content

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    en the 10th Sept, 18.51, has ben cancelled-37ttl 'soet: 1ajoj E D Atkinson to be LieuL-Col, hV p. v BraV-Cot Skelly, who retirest Capt R P Harrison to be Major, by p, v Attciois,m-41st FPot: M1 T B Michell, Gent, Subscribers-only content

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    were accompanied by Sergeants ; Quick and Hinnsworth to the house of a bookbinder named Patrick Skelly, 41 Chapel street. Here they apprehended Skelly, and on searching the premises found several documents and publications of a l treasonable character, which Subscribers-only content

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    I ii Ployds. Rev. Twemlow 5 S Ryle, T.. Esq., F. R.A.S. 5 0 Slansbury. Rev. Augustus 0 5 s Skelly, Colonel ... ... 5 5 s Smitll. J. G., Esq., Dover 1 1. spinks, Mr Serjeant, M.P. 5 0 Subscribers-only content

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    Monday after- , noon, Darby Skelly (48) event to the sewage works to ask y for work. An hour after a hat was seen floating on one of n the tanks, and the body of Skelly was found in the Subscribers-only content

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    kay, (wlsirl would ninlock the door of pronecutrix's house,) and a jeoisny, both of whichI ho found on the prisoner. Skelly in an old offemider, and was aenteisced to fifteen years' penal servitude. ILBBnne STEAsss.1 0- Wiiam~ hadidouk bi-aesfounder, etood Subscribers-only content

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    ho witiedrawen, anti twoyouhscored espctielyTlrmas}'rrcster anor George llsolettwer chrgd wth nciinghim toonmarti the theft. Asssa~eeu])cssrcvoeea-eatmai Arxt-At lbs Police CutenThitmdly, Eldwardl Skelly seas charged wills dasarting from tlro dr Regirnent. He had On tan previse inight bears observed waltring in thre Subscribers-only content

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    Jefferles had saved her from higher motives, but advised him to apply to Mr. Glossop. CsHAllxrE OF BURGLU.M. - Lrdcerd Skelly (28), 10S., Coventry Street, and Chtarles Tandy (28), Darwin Terrace, Hope Street, pearl button maker, were charged with breaking Subscribers-only content

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    load to the nF arrest of tile person or persons who mcurdered I'etor Sklcoly i- on the l0th of March. Skelly was shot dlead at the door o of his own house, near Dlullingar, in the county of West- Y Subscribers-only content

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    Leeds Gaol, in which he had 5aiFeced a long term of imprisonment, some to Nottinghane and net a friend named Skelly. They quarrelledi nod early yesterdcay mtiet again, wlcensvSicelly, carcying out a threat lie had ofteD cnad stabbed Donoghue several Subscribers-only content

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    At Nottingham. yesterday, an Irishnian named John Skelly was committod for trial for causing the death of a I fellow countrvimnn eanied IDonoghue. 'I'he men were quar- relling in tbe street, whetn Skelly produced a knife, with which he stabbed Subscribers-only content

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    THE STATE OF IRELAND. THREATENING TO SHOOT A CROWN 1WITNESS. At the Dublin Police Court yesterday, amannamed Everard, a painter, was remanded on the charge of having threatened to shoot a person named Golding, who was a Crown witness Subscribers-only content

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    -yesterday, James Hazel, labourer, was charged Wllsl maving a stolen a quantity of bacon and hutter belonging to Aliclhael- b Skelly; labourer, Hanley. On Saturday night the prlsecutor e calledl at the Church Honus Inn, Cobridge, - and *at in Subscribers-only content

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    After she left him. she obtained in: omration of his misconduct, and then instituted legal proceedings fcr a divorce.-Johu Stausfield Skelly. a b-tcher residing at Hulme, who was formerly in the service of the respondent at Salford, corroborated the p-tirioner's Subscribers-only content

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    sporting circles, In the three forthcoming contests between-firstly,Johm L Sullivan and Jem Corbett : secondly, George Dixon and John J-. Skelly : and thirdly. Jack MeAuliffe and Billy Meyer, all of which are fixed to take place during the first Subscribers-only content

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    I I -. O I' ITWNS a -EE DW~IL PFTmoh WIHR4N I WIt theQee's Be!MVhDai; tda, teti.cl - .fielIdeectioa Peition caine before Bron o oek~d .1:sittin as aDivisionl Cour. f& 'te % a!pplications in'seference to election pitio Mr. A. Subscribers-only content

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    Private P. Connell 2899 Private W. J. Pollock 3446 Private W. Chapman L3434 Priv-te.Prince 286a Private Danca 4552 Private NY. Skelly 1804 Private Dunseitl-h 1031 Private W. White 1 4470 Private .J. Keatink 1030 Private O'Neil 554 Private Kenney 1584 Subscribers-only content

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