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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
 
THE BRITISH EXPEDITION.

THE BRITISH EXPEDITION.

remembered) was filed by Lord Enniskillen against Messrs. James Armstrong and Francis Faussett, the executors of a person named William Nixoß, and against Robert Faussett, fa 1 her to one of the executors to recover possession a horse which his lordship
09 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.. 40 Total „ 68 DUKDBCM.

.. 40 Total „ 68 DUKDBCM.

Chavlor Faaasett .* ~3 J H Fleming b Faussett 0 c Cooke b Rice .. Rooney Figott b Vaoaeatt ..15 L Brinkley 1 w Faussett .. 0 Brown be Fauasett 1 not out .. £ Duggan b Faussett .. ..13 J Cotton not out 3 o and b Faussett .. .. 0 .. Total (for 4 Wkts) yr
11 June 1883 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

THE CHURCH OF IRELAND.

neighbourhood were then entertained to luncheon at the parsonage by the Rev. Henry and Mrs. Faussett. A hymn was composed for the occasion by Mrs. Henry Faussett (Alessie Bond).
30 January 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST TORY MEETING.

THE BELFAST TORY MEETING.

by the way has been rather expressive lo the family. perceive that Mr. Henry Faussett, has also signed the Bfclliut nquioition. Now% not think this quite decorous. Mr. Faussett is gaol inspector, and as public I'fficer, he ought to take no active part in
23 January 1841 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILDARE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1902.

THE KILDARE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1902.

light of their task, although they lost Harvey at 18 for 10 (2 fours) and Walker at, 23 for 5, and won easily 8 wickets. Faussett getting 27 (1 five, 1 four. 2 three. 4 twos) not out. and R Grove White 11 (2 fours. 1 two). 1{ S Lamb certainly plavod his
28 June 1902 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
toios. The usual weekly meeting of the guardians was held yesterday in the board-room of the workhouse, Bmuawick-sfreet, Mr. O’Neill,

toios. The usual weekly meeting of the guardians was held yesterday in the board-room of the workhouse, Bmuawick-sfreet, Mr. O’Neill,

him. He had received the following letter, adtasted to Dr. Faussett by Canon O'Neill, the parish priest of Clontarf, whose testimony might find weight with some members present:—“ Dear Dr .Faussett— It will, give me very great pleasure to assist you any
21 October 1880 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION OP MAYOR,

ELECTION OP MAYOR,

grant was made ? Alderman Faussett—l have no doubt but that such a grant was made, but I know nothing about it. Councillor llenery—What quantity of land have wc, and the tenants hold by lease, ar tenants at will I Alderman Faussett—We have 22 acres of Und
05 November 1842 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. COWPER’S BILL.

MR. COWPER’S BILL.

applied, he will deserve a monument alongside Jcnner in Trafalgar-equare 1 Jutr 7, 1858.] TO DR. FAUSSETT, TREASURER TO THE QUINAN TESTIMONIAL. Mr dear Dr. Faussett, —l enclose half notes for £2, the •mount of my subscription to the Quinan Testimonial,” and
07 July 1858 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BELFAST AND NORTHERN COUNTIES RAILWAY COMPANY.

THE BELFAST AND NORTHERN COUNTIES RAILWAY COMPANY.

so mnuch as 12 per cent. M.\r. Currell-The account snows a sum of £2, 00O. The Chairman-That is what they owe us. Rev. J. Faussett said he found that the accounts for working expenses were constantly increasing. in 1819 they were 52 per cent.; in 1890
08 August 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland