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DDSDROJU.

DDSDROJU.

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16 June 1882 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIEUTENANT

LIEUTENANT

Cases in illustration of this statement were then adduced (sec last Report') bv Drs. Faussett. Tabuteau. and Quinan. &e. &c 0 : In reference the second point. Dr. Faussett said his ! Excellency could well imagine that in times of epidemic visitation the
07 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Royal School of Dungannon.

Royal School of Dungannon.

Science Honor of the First Rank. Mr. Andrew Faussett, A Classical Honor the First Rank. Mr. Henry Graves, A Science Honor of the Second Rank. Mr. James Smith, A Classical Honor of the Second Rank. Mr. Andrew Faussett, A Catechetical Prize. Mr. Monahan, in
15 June 1839 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIDAY*

FRIDAY*

Classics. Mr. Graves A second honor in Science. 4 Mr. James Smith A second honor in Classics. Mr. Faussett A Catechetical Prize. Crrm Examination?. Mr. Faussett A first honor in Classics. 7 Mr. Handcock A first honor in Science. Mr. 5mith.......... A second
23 November 1839 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
METEO HO LOGICAL REPORT.

METEO HO LOGICAL REPORT.

now understood that Dr Faussett had becu very old and valued officer, and it would be bud taste m that board to treat such an old servant as was first pro- Macnie said the action thus taken would be particularly gratifying Faussett and his friends. He had
25 November 1880 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK. FRIDAY. JULY IBP3 C J F Cawcett’s Ranald M‘Eagh, 3yrs, 7st lib. P ’ualoner The Vymwy Two Year

THE CORK. FRIDAY. JULY IBP3 C J F Cawcett’s Ranald M‘Eagh, 3yrs, 7st lib. P ’ualoner The Vymwy Two Year

closed. Manchester Regiment. Ist Innings. 2nd Innings. Melville b Flynn ... c Faussett G Tufnell 3 I Faussett Holland... 12 Major Anstrutber c Anley bFlynn ... ...8 c Faussett b Holland... 11 Mr Marden b Holland ... c and Hol- land ... 3 MrNewbigging run
21 July 1893 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
•MTTiF. FLAT OHAMPTONSHIP. C R Faussett, Rathmines Schooll

•MTTiF. FLAT OHAMPTONSHIP. C R Faussett, Rathmines Schooll

•MTTiF. FLAT OHAMPTONSHIP. C R Faussett, Rathmines Schooll J E Finnegan. Had H 2 F Ourtis, Swords, 0; Cyril H Dickenson, DUH, 0; F Bairon, Kilkenny, 0. Ourtis cut out tbe work from Dickenson, with Finnegan, Faussett, and Barron next. This order remained
31 May 1898 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Rev. €. Tree lock, and E. L. Neynoe, John West, and Jemmet Duke. Mine Sir R. G. Booth, and H.

Rev. €. Tree lock, and E. L. Neynoe, John West, and Jemmet Duke. Mine Sir R. G. Booth, and H.

same tame tame Gowan Gilmor, same G. Gilmor, H. H. Slade, & W. S. Tracy, same W. Faussett, H. Fawcett & N. Crawford, William Faussett, and William S. Tracy, William Faussett, and N. Crawford, same Mine same same and Charles Martin, same same same same same
03 April 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
royal school of dvngasxos.

royal school of dvngasxos.

Distinctions have obtained the UNIVERSITY, during the year the Pupils of Dungannon School : Hilary Term Examinations. Mr. Faussett, A Classical Honor of First Rank. Moore. A Classical Honor of First Rank. Gilmore, A Classical Honor of First Rank. Boyd
05 January 1843 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SLIOO PETTY SESSIONS.

SLIOO PETTY SESSIONS.

did. Mr That settles question. Mr. Macdonogh—Now, Mr. Faussett yon w»U answer few questions. Mr. Faussott—Very well. Mr. you well in salvage cases (laughter which Mr. Fauwclt himteif Now,’ Mr. Faussett, as justice of the peace did not you sign that salvage
14 January 1865 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland