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CYCLING AND ATHLETICS.

CYCLING AND ATHLETICS.

placed men. Time, 21sec. One Mile G A A Championship of Leinster (~usal conditions)-. C R Faussett, Dub'in University ?? 1 P J Bracklyn, Athy. 2 Only two started. Faussett allowed his adver- sary to make the pace to the straight, where he came along with a
28 June 1899 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE,

LAW INTELLIGENCE,

was executed by Mr. Faussett which, amongst other things, recited that he had actually paid the arrears of interest to his wife, and the accuracy of that recital was not questioned. The same deed went on to recite that Mrs Faussett had afterwards lent
28 January 1882 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTLLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTLLIGENCE.

. -. ?? a C Connellan b Faussett ?? 9 P Bryan b Goodman ?? 1 I..", b Goodman ?? O o Faussettcb Good. anz . .. 2 Sergeant Judd c Goodman c Thompson b Fsus- b Faussett ?? . ?? 4 sett ?? ?? 6 Corporal Bailey c Goodman b Faussett .. . 5 c obbs b Goodman 2
26 June 1884 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
adjudged

adjudged

Answering, Faussett, who had on a former occasion obtained the Five Pound Premium. THE FOUR SILVER MEDALS, For superior Answering, throughout the nalf-ye.vr Alye~ bra, Euclid, Greek, and Latin, Fouke, Imus, Reilly, Carpeadale, Imus, and Faussett. THE CE
17 July 1838 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The One Pound Premium

The One Pound Premium

Answering, to Faussett. who had, on former occasion, obtained the Five Found Premium. The Four Silver Medals For superior Answering throughout the Half-year, in Algebra, Euclid, Greek, and Latin, to Fowke Imus, Reilly, Carpendaie Imus, and Faussett. The Ce
16 July 1838 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. F.mssett, a Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Greek Verse, Mr. Corken. Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Latin Verse. Mr. Hancock, a first rank

Mr. F.mssett, a Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Greek Verse, Mr. Corken. Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Latin Verse. Mr. Hancock, a first rank

Science. Mr. Hayden, a second rank Honor in Science. Mr. Faussett, a first rank Honor in Classics. Mr. Corken, a second rank Honor in Classics. Mr. Gilmore, a second rank Honor in Classics, Mr. Faussett, Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Greek Verse. Mr. Corken
09 January 1841 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Easter Term Examinations,

Easter Term Examinations,

fi. Mr. Faussett obtained First Honour in ('lassies. 7. Mr. Hancock ... a First Honor in Science. 8. Mr. J. Smith 9. Mr. Hancock a Second Honor in ( ’lassies, a Second Honor in Classics. Scholarship Examination 10. Mr. Monahan
20 November 1839 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SPECIAL PREMIUMS

THE SPECIAL PREMIUMS

HILARY TERM EXAMINATIONS. Mr. Hancock .. A first rank Honor in Science. Mr. Mason .. A second rank Honor in Science. Mr. Faussett .. A first rank Honor in Classics, Mr. Gilmore .. A first rank Honor in Classics. Mr. Smith Mr. Hancock A second rank Honor
16 January 1841 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
“ INGRATITUDE.”

“ INGRATITUDE.”

election of a Medical Officer for Carney Dispensary last week. It appears that there were two candidates—Dr. Faussett (son of Captain Faussett), and Dr. Carmichael, from Achill Island. In such a contest, those who were aware of the services of Captain
25 January 1862 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LEINSTER v. FREE FORESTERS.

LEINSTER v. FREE FORESTERS.

ill), an-i i-auasetc. The first ball aiter the interval enabled Faussett to complete hi* oputuiy. a boundary off Olivier. rate souring continued husk, and 263 was reached before Faussett was caught and bowled bv Foster. Trie outgoing batsman had made
13 August 1909 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland