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ORANGE PROCESSIONS ON TIIE.TWELFTH OF AUGUST.

ORANGE PROCESSIONS ON TIIE.TWELFTH OF AUGUST.

Lisburn; Rev. Hartley Hodson, Derrighy, Lisburn; Rev. Mr. M'Clutchy, Rev. Mr. Raydon, Nicholas Archdall, Esq.; Rev. Samuel Faussett, Arthur Holmes, Esq., Grand Secretary of county Monaghan; Rev. Charles Bell, James Moore, Esq., Drum- bad; Robert Weir, Esq
14 August 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LAW AS TO INTERFERENCE WITH RIOTERS.

LAW AS TO INTERFERENCE WITH RIOTERS.

for persons bound over, to forfeit and not appear at the trial; that this is fatal to the administration of justice."—"Mr. Faussett (p. 224) swears "that the consequence is in some places an immense number of prisoners against whom no bills are found ;
03 August 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PROTESTANT RULE AND^ CATHOLIC.DOCTRINE.

PROTESTANT RULE AND^ CATHOLIC.DOCTRINE.

Mr. Stowell, Arch- deacon Browne and the eloquent Mr. M'Neile, Mr. Preben- dary Tewnsend and Mr. Baptist Noel, Professor Faussett and the popular Mr. Close, the Dean of Achonry and the Four Tutors, must be classed in the same category of double-mindedness
15 October 1841 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELA ND. I

IRELA ND. I

Lisburn; Rev. H. Hod- sou, Derrighy, Lisburn ; Rev. Mr. M'Clutchy, Rev. Mr. Raydon, Nicholas Archdall, Esq., Rev. Samuel Faussett, Arthur Holmes, Esq.. G rand Secretary of Monaghan ; Rev. Charles Bell, James Moore. Esq., Drumbad ; Robert Weir, Esq., H
15 August 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1818.

LONDON, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1818.

Chas. Weinyss, Pelicais; W, C. iLarlcr, Pert' us; R . B. Reed, Phaetoil; Joian ?? Geary. ditto ?? S I-ore, ditto; Robt. Faussett, dittisJ. L1 Beckftili Queen Charlotii.; Richard Morgan, diatt , H1 fri Williams, ditto; Geo. Allen, *k ditto ; Thos. R.
06 July 1818 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NAVAL APPOINTMENTS, &c.

NAVAL APPOINTMENTS, &c.

Brothers, Opossum; Charles Wemyss, pyJucan; d W. C. Bakker, Perseus;. R. B. Reed, John Geary, James .S. Hore, and Robert Faussett, Plsbton; J. L. Beckford, 4i- 1. ehardMorgan, a A. Williams, George Aller, and Thonas i 'e PR. Brigkocke, Queein Cliarlotte;
16 July 1818 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL.

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL.

CLERICAL. OXFORD, JULY 7.-MARGARET PROFESSOR or DIVINITY. At a meeting of the Graduates of Divinity this morning, the Rev. G. Faussett, DUD., was re-elected Margaret Professor of Divinity. In a Convocation holden directly afterwards, the name of the Rev. B
09 July 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY, JULY 4.

LONDON, SATURDAY, JULY 4.

John Brothers, Opossum; Charles Wemyss, Pelican; W. C. Barker, Perseus; M. B. Reed, John Geary, James S. Hore, and Robert Faussett, Phaeton j J. L. Beck ford, Richard H.M.Williams, i George Allen, and R. Urigstocke, Queen Charlotte ; M. J. Currie and John
06 July 1818 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
MONTHLY LITERARY NOTICES.

MONTHLY LITERARY NOTICES.

B. Cooper,and W. Bcddington, Esq.; and on the left by the R v. J. Harling, E. T. Esq., F- Holland, Esq., and the Rev. U. Faussett. The vice-presidents were A. C. Cooper, Esq. and Mr. Kinsey. The room was decorated with banners, bearing the following
10 May 1838 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Deputies may return to their homes during the absence of his Majesty. The Coronation of the King of Sweden, as

Deputies may return to their homes during the absence of his Majesty. The Coronation of the King of Sweden, as

John Brothers, Opossum ; Charles Wemyss, Pelican ; W. C. Barker, Perseus; R. B. Reed, John Geary, Jas. S. Ifore, and Robert Faussett, Plixton; J. L. Beckford, Richard Morgan, H. M. Williams, George Allen, and Thomas It. Brigstocke, Queen Charlotte ;M. J
07 July 1818 - Star (London) - London, London, England