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  • * British History Online * *

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    Glamorgan County Records, Introduction

    who was descended from Mathew of Radyr and owned Llandaff Castle and Manor. He was ancestor to the Mathew of Thomastown, Earls of Landaff. The Files of Records of the Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan

    Index, T, 01 January 1586-31 July 1588

    58, 73. Thomas of the Mill , murder of, 3. Thomascourt and the city of Dublin , order between, 110. Thomastown , 53, 238. Thomond , 51, 68, 170, 222, 234, 238, 381, 557, 564, 566, 576, 577, 583. , Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    part of Crunagh; 20 acres in Knocklesly with the house and improvements being the easterly part of . . .; Thomastown, Ballynitty alias Ballingley and other lands granted to Rich. Hutchinson. 182 acres of part of Fountain; 37 acres in

    Entry Book, May 1683, 1-15, 01 May 1683-31 May 1683

    agreement of 1683, April 3, made between the Revenue Commissioners of Ireland of the one part and George Mathew of Thomastown, co. Tipperary, on behalf of the Duke of Ormonde of the other part, we are to hold and enjoy

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

    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 the barony of Ratoath, co. Meath,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1827, 6 March 1827

    Martu. 8Gi Paulstown & Goresbridge: Thomastown & Tullow- herne: Aughvillar & Ballybale: Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Catholic Forty Shilling Freeholders of the County of Westmeath, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " to take the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Kilkenny; Leighlin Bridge; Urlingford ; New Ross; Modeligo and Aff'ane; Tallow; and Lismore, 135.— County of Westmeath; Paulstown and Goresbridge; Thomastown and TuUowherne \ Augh- villar and Ballyhale; St. John, Kilkenny; Dungarvaii; Ardmore; Ringogona; Killgobnett and Coligan; Gowran, &c.; and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    ; St. Patrick, Kilkenny; Kilmurry; St. Canice, Kilkenny; Carrick; Kilmore; Dysart; Grange Mockler; and Glenmore, 41.— Carrickbeg; Clondalkin ; Finglas; Thomastown; Bally- raggett; Marton in Swine; and Loughen, 42. ¦— Kilbaken, &c.; Kilcavan ; Toom; Gorey; Faithleg, &c.; Clough ; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Stone Masons, Dublin; Slaters, Dublin ; Master Butchers, Dublin ; Gowran, &c.; Tobacco Manufacturers, Dublin: and Thomastown, 749. — Mechanics, Newry, 750. — Carnew; and Killamory, 751.— Belfast, 819. — Boyle, 820. — Literary Teachers, Dublin; Baldoyle, &c.; Medical Students, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Protection to the Persons employed to distrain or drive. A Troop of the 1st Dra¬ goon Guards was ordered to Thomastown (Seven Miles from Graigue), and a strong Detachment of the 21st Fusileers occupied Gouran, about the same Distance. On Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented them with his valuable agricultural library. Lady Elizabeth Mlathew entertained upwards of 300 members of the Temperance Society of Thomastown, and the surrounding neighbourhood, at her splendid castle, Thomsastown. The dinner was sunmptuous, consisting of the chicest meats and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cannon were amongst theni my informant; saita not. -am also assured that there was no turn-out of unemployed labourers. at Thomastown yesterday, all the able-bodied poor of that place-being employed on the railway works The insurgents I do not consider Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Row, and it is stated that " they xvill be offered for pawn at some of the pawn-shops in Waterford, Thomastown, or Grainge." (This beats the detectives to nothing.) LReTRar.-Two sheep were stolen from the Rev. C. C. Maude; one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonel Dunne at the expected general election Portarlington has the smallest constituenev in Ireland.-The' CocYk Exanminer' says: F. Bemnett, Esq., Thomastown, Frankford, will offr himself for the representation of the King's County at the expected dissolution of Parliament. Mr Bennett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomastown Bank a suni of 2,000?. a few days before the cra-h, leaving only some 51. or 61. behind. A local paper mentions the following circumstances: A gentleman had for a considerable time a deposit of 8001. in the Subscribers-only content


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