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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ya digwydd bad yn Scotland, lie y mae rbyddfrydiaeth gryfaf. Fe geisiodd Mr. B. OSBORNE yn galed an gyn- rychiolaeth Waterford yn erbyn Syr H. BA7RRON, y ddau yn rbyddfrydwyr, ond fod gan y blaenaf dalent i'w gymbell i syliw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cael ymosodiadan o afiechyd yn barhaus. Llosgwyd cant ofoch ar fwrdd yr agerlestr Ro- setta, yn ystod ei mordairh o Waterford i Bristol yr wythnos ddiweddaf. Aeth y glo yn brin, a llosgwyd y rnoch er mwvn cadw y tan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffafr govdao aelodan TIy Cyffredin, ar. gyfiif' ei ifraethinelh aierhebol, wedi ei hvsbysunddydd Sadwrn di- weddaf yn gynryehiolydd cyi'eithlawn dros Waterford. Yr oedd yr vmdrechlia yn un o natur hynod o boethlyd, ac nid oefid y mwnat'- rif a gafbdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ambell i beth a r ddywedir mwyaf yn y byd ydyw yr enllib o'i ddy- weyd, medd y gyfraith. Dros Waterford yr etholwyd Mr. Bernal Osborne, li ar ol i'r Gwyddelod yno, yn unol &'r arferiad gyffredin mewn lecsiwns Gwyddelig, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gosod allan y u iath ddiangfa gyfyng a gafadd Mr.. BaRNAL r- OsBORhE noswaith yr etboliad diweddar yn ir. Waterford. Y mae . ein darlienwyr yn cofio Il fod yr etholiad yn un o'r rbai mwyafcyn- i .hyrfus, n Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Waterford

    Waterford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and 40s. freeholders Estimated number qualified to vote: 1,300 in 1831 SIR SIMON JOHN NEWPORT, bt. 30 Mar. 1820 SIR SIMON JOHN NEWPORT, bt. 15 June 1826 SIR SIMON

    Waterford

    Waterford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and 40s. freeholders WILLIAM CONGREVE ALCOCK 1801 WILLIAM CONGREVE ALCOCK 24 July 1802 Sir Simon John Newport, Bt. 24 July 1802 NEWPORT vice Alcock, on petition, 7 Dec. 1803

    ALCOCK, William Congreve (?1771-1813), of Wilton, co. Wexford

    Wilton, co. Wexford Constituency Dates Waterford 1801 7 Dec. 1803 Co Wexford 1807 1812 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1797-1800. Ofifces Held Capt. co. Wexford militia 1796. Biography Alcock, whose father had been Member for Waterford until 1797, was returned for

    POWER, Richard I (c.1747-1814), of Clashmore, co. Waterford.

    Clashmore, co. Waterford. Constituency Dates Co Waterford 1801 191802 Co Waterford 1806 Mar. 1814 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1797-1800. Ofifces Held Commdt. Decies cav. Biography Power’s mother’s branch of the family had been more prestigious in county Waterford than his

    BERESFORD, Lord George Thomas (1781-1839), of Bovah, co. Londonderry

    May 1814 Co Waterford 25 May 1814 1826 Co Waterford 2 Mar. 1830 1831 Ofifces Held Comptroller of household July 1812-Nov. 1830; PC 13 Aug. 1812. Ofifces Held Gov. and custos rot. co. Waterford 1826; col. co. Waterford militia 1826-d.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    of Waterford; this Gentleman, upon his ?' Flight for England from the Irifh Government, had " his Eftate and Goods feized, and upon his Return " found a Quantity of his Wool in King James's ** Stores in Waterford; upon Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    the Bay of Waterford; where when he found an Order came from the Government to have her reftored to the Owners, he carried her for England, and here fold her: That, coming again to the Bay of Waterford, he feized Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1704, 1 March 1705

    of the Account he had, from one Michael, of Corke, of a great Trade carried on with France, from Dublin, Waterford, Roß, Cork, and Lymrick; and " that, by Michael's Means, he feized a Dogger in Öfter Bay, laden with Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1712, 14 April 1712

    Foley. Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Wife a Minor, Judgement in Son and Heir of Francis Wife, late of Waterford, in the Cait?ail[e K'ngdom of Ireland, Efquire, deceafed, by his Guardian ^er/uT Richard Dalton Gentleman, prefented to this Houfe Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1712, 29 April 1712

    confider of the Petition of Thomas nt in the Wife, a Minor, Son and Heir of Francis Wife, late of Waterford, in the Kingdom of Ireland, Efquire, de- ceafed, by his Guardian Richard Dalton, prefented to this Houfe the Fifteenth Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bawdrip Church

    Woodward was appointed in 1420 while only an acolyte. 4 John Bulcombe, instituted in 1475 , was made bishop of Waterford and Lismore in the same year but retained the living until 1482. 5 John Pokeswell, both rector and chaplain

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Felixstowe

    , and others, as to the election of a bishop of Rochester . 5 A roll of 1499, when William Waterford was warden of the cell of St. Felix, gives a full account of the year's receipts and outlay. The

    Parishes Stapleford

    . Waterford Hall The manor of WATERFORD HALL was held of the lords of the manor of Stapleford in socage, 19 and was evidently formed from that manor as mentioned above. At the beginning of the 14th century Waterford was

    Parishes Bramfield

    is one hamlet belonging to Bramfield in the south-east of the parish, but being attached ecclesiastically to the hamlet of Waterford in the parish of Bengeo , it is practically severed from its mother church. There is a little bricked-in

    Hampstead Roman Catholicism

    included a sung high mass. Some Catholics also attended mass at the house of Thomas Hussey , later bishop of Waterford and Lismore , who lived in Hampstead by 1784 and kept a house there until 1789. There were also

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Mary Mansfield

    Details Mary Mansfield in religion Mary Gertrude Born 1682 in Waterford Died 17?? 18 May father Richard Mansfield Esq mother Dorothea Hore

    Maria Sarsfield

    Details Maria Sarsfield in religion Ignatia Born in Waterford Died 1781 30 May in Ypres mother Joanna Phelan father William Sarsfield

    Ann Lonergan

    Details Ann Lonergan in religion Mary Teresa Born in Waterford Died 1838 in Ireland father Thomas Lonergan mother Bridget O'Brien

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 4th August 1849

    which we took with our people, - the Mayor of Waterford . It is satisfactory to think of the change of affairs in this part, since last year, when Waterford was the scene of great tumult & revolt. There were

    Friday 15th September 1848

    before dinner, Ld John sent a line to say he had received news of a rising in Ireland , in Waterford & Wexford . Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Balmoral Castle Princess Beatrice's copies

    Sunday 17th September 1848

    Russell, who talked to us principally about Ireland , & the certainly very bad news from there. Risings in to Waterford & Wexford , & in all directions, Ld John spoke at same Length & very judiciously, about the measures

    Wednesday 1st May 1839

    in Cheshire ( Baron Stanley of Alderley ) The Right Honble Henry Villiers Stuart of Dromana in the Co of Waterford (Barron Stuart de Decies) Charles Leigh Esq: of Stoneleigh Abbey in the Co of Warwick ( Baron Leigh of

    Sunday 31st March 1839

    upon which he asked if it was Norman6 by; then he said: “I don't know these people, I don't know Waterford ”, which made us laugh very much; at last he made out who it was. Talked of Conyngham, and

 

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