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  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1694, 1-15, 01 May 1694-15 May 1694

    Royal warrant to the Lords Justices, Ireland, for a great seal to re-grant to Dr. Robert Gorges the towns of Smithstown (247 acres), Bodin (85 acres), Thomastown (87 acres), Kilbrew (208 acres), and the Bisk of Kilbrew (65 acres) in

    Entry Book, April 1695, 11-20, 11 April 1695-20 April 1695

    Rathcally, gent.; Dennis Brenan, late of the same, gent.; Ellinor Brenan, late of Dungillinagh, spinster; William Brenan FitzJohn, late of Smithstown, gent.; James Brenan, of the same, gent.; Margaret Brenan, late of Turland, spinster; Edward Brenan, late of Ballyhoman [Ballyhomuck

    General Index, S, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Mary Mr. Mrs. Peta Richard Robert Roger Sarah Thomas William Smitheat , John Luke William Smith's Lands , near Swords Smithstown Smits , Annetje Lysbet Smugglers Smyrna Convoys at Smyrna Fleet , the Sneew , Peter Snelgrove , Mr. Snellinix Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Calendar, January 1697, 04 January 1697-31 January 1697

    to pass the great seal of Ireland for a grant and confirmation to Richard Gorges, Esq., of the lands of Smithstown containing by the Down Survey 247 acres, the lands of Bodeen 85 acres, the lands of Thomastown 87 acres,

    Treasury Calendar, March 1697, 16-31, 16 March 1697-31 March 1697

    d . Blanchfieldstown, 380 acres: rent 60 l .: quit rents 7 l . 13 s . 10 d . Smithstown, 258 acres: rent 40 l .: quit rents 5 l . 4 s . 9 d . in Rathleig,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yesterday General Kilpatrick, with his division of cavalry, attacked an ambulance train of the rebels, under a strong guard, at Smithstown, eleven miles from Hagers- town. The train consisted of ambulances and wagons to the number of 160, a great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the constables would not have a fair trial in Ulster. THE ATTEMPTED MURDER 0 . A MAGISTRATE. Patrick Enright, farmer, Smithstown, county Clart, his servant, Thos. Doherty, and two labourers named Michael Walsh and Pat O'Neill, were arrested last night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his wife alid daughter in a small stone cottage on the outskirts of the village. Fie had only returned from Smithstown. the day before. Tie was a man of about thirty-five; of powerful build, - and melancholy, sullen expression of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and suite, Mr. and Mrs. Sandman, &c. TaHc Lord Chancellor has been pleased to ap- point Nicholas R. Logan, Esq., Smithstown, Tara, to the Commission of the Peace for the County of Meath, oa the recornmendation of the Marquis of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gormanstown Castle; Mir. and Miss Singleton, and Miss Temple, Dundelk; Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Greenhills, Drogheda; Mr. and Miss Osborne, Smithstown; Mr. W. Butler, the Castle, Castlebeilingbam; Ca tain and Mrs. Bell, and Miss Johnston, Soldier's oiat, Dundalk; Mr., Mrs., Subscribers-only content

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