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SLIGO PETTY SESSIONS.

SLIGO PETTY SESSIONS.

XHDB3DAV 1836. William Fauss'ett, Esa. Provost, Major Bromhkap and Captain Faossltt, presiding Magistrates. assault. James Croof.t, v. William White, and Malachy Ska nnon. The complainant stated, that on the night of the 3rd Instant
20 August 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

in especially high favour iosp trimming children Court and Society. YORK COTTAGE, Wednesday. King, attended Captain frey Faussett, RN., went to London morning. His Majesty held & Council at Ingham Palace twelve o’clock a,. There were present—The Earl
11 January 1917 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

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23 September 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ There can be no doubt that the prestige of the policy of Free Imports has suffered severely in the recent controversy.' ’ m* Daily Paper. Cotidf.n Ci.ub Parrot (plaintively); No one seems to call me Pretty Polly now 1

“ There can be no doubt that the prestige of the policy of Free Imports has suffered severely in the recent controversy.' ’ m* Daily Paper. Cotidf.n Ci.ub Parrot (plaintively); No one seems to call me Pretty Polly now 1

noon with Faussett and Cummins, the bowling Ensor and Clarke. Buns came slowly, and 30 Blake went for Clarke. At 37 Cummins was howled by Ensor. and Owynn, who Oiled the vacancy, was caught first ball at mid-on Hone, off Bnsor now joined Faussett. and though
03 June 1905 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL TRADES' UNION.

NATIONAL TRADES' UNION.

ers, Esq., arid Captain Faussett, in consequence of a paracraph, said to be autho. !ried appearing in the Sligo Ch6tampion, referring to the 'recent duel betwixt Messrs. Walker anid Raumsay, in which the conlduct of Captain Faussett was alluded to it terms
25 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARGE AGAINST THREE POLICEMEN

CHARGE AGAINST THREE POLICEMEN

used abusive language, and caused a noise in the lodge at an unseasonable hour. The board communicated with Sub-Inspector Faussett, who appeared before them on Tuesday, and handed in statemeuts from the police, who distinctly denied the charge, and prayed
16 February 1860 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTERS.

LETTERS.

Board considered the question was not in their province and took no notice of it. CHARGE AGAIKST THE POI-TCE. Sub-Inspector Faussett appeared before the Board with statement from Acting Constable Egerton and Sub Constables Smith and Kenny, replying to charge
17 February 1860 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MEBTIMO or THE TOWN COUNCIL-

MEBTIMO or THE TOWN COUNCIL-

they did not mince the matter ; when the resolution was submitted them, athe leader of the Conservative section, Alderman Faussett, proposed, as an amendment, that the matter should be left in the hands of the Tory government, and that amendment was supported
10 May 1845 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ROLLS COURT.— Dublin, Tiiubrdat. Ollp/ieat v. Belfu/t and BaUymena Railway Company. Mr. Jut, Q.C., with Oku, applied on behalf of

ROLLS COURT.— Dublin, Tiiubrdat. Ollp/ieat v. Belfu/t and BaUymena Railway Company. Mr. Jut, Q.C., with Oku, applied on behalf of

petition was filed by Lord Enniskillen against Messrs, dames Armstrong and Francis Faussett, the executors of a person named William Nixon, and against Robert Faussett, father to one of the executors, to recover possession of a horse which his lordship
10 June 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
baptizes, marries, churches, and “ follows with

baptizes, marries, churches, and “ follows with

interests receive liberal treatment. It will remembered a few weeks ago a letter was published in our columns from the Rev. Henry Faussett, Rector of Edendeny, County Tyrone, in which that rev. gentleman brought under tho notice of Lord Cairns the principal features
16 December 1879 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland