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To his Worship—He made entry it when it was cast down ! paid IQs believe* got a bridle. . .

To his Worship—He made entry it when it was cast down ! paid IQs believe* got a bridle. . .

made, and seem* Mr. Faussett tn the shop: the second time he cajled -here *« him ; heard him speaking of saddle . Mr. took it otfa rail in the window and laid it the counter: Mr. Faussett and bit man were in the ahop ; heard Mr. Faussett say take it away
04 November 1872 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN MEDICAL PBESS.

DUBLIN MEDICAL PBESS.

he had alluded? Dr. Faussett —From noticing the great similarity between sprains of the muscles of the back, produced by lifting weights, and the pain suffered persons labouring under lumbago. Dr. MacSwiney said that Dr. Faussett had not given any explanation
23 March 1859 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEOPLE. COUNTY WEXFORD AND WEXFORD RENT RACES-JUNE 17TH.

THE PEOPLE. COUNTY WEXFORD AND WEXFORD RENT RACES-JUNE 17TH.

GOREY. H Ellis b Faussett 0 b Faussett ... 0 R Webster c Faussett b Morel! 5 b Faussett ... 24 JM G Foley b Faussett 0 b Atkinson ... ... 13 .1 O'Neill b Morel! 30 b Morel! J Duncan c Raphael b Morel! 2 a d Morel! ... ... 0 F Veney b Faussett
05 June 1880 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MEDICAL PRESS.

DUBLIN MEDICAL PRESS.

Guardians. Dr. Faussett —Yes. Lord. l he Commissioners in that case appealed to the Court of Queen’s Bench to assert the rights of the medical officers, but most unfortunately were defeated. Under the third heading of the Memorial, Dr. Faussett represented
30 April 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASE OF PATRICK WINTER.

CASE OF PATRICK WINTER.

Fanesett, 4 ct Brook, bd Faussett, 1 J. Weir, L. Lloyd, Allen,bd Faussett, 7 Mitchell, notout 1 bd Faussett, 2 Armstrong, bd 0 Faussett, Lowery, ct Low, bd Faussett, 7 bd Fausjett, Tipping, ct Brooke, bd Faussett, .. .. Faussett, R
16 September 1864 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MEDICAL CHARITIES ACT—INVESTIGATION AT HOWTH.

MEDICAL CHARITIES ACT—INVESTIGATION AT HOWTH.

time, to see my wife; that was in the evening; Dr.. r Faussett came to see her that night; I can't say whether he t visited he' again; ph _recovered;4Dr. Roere visited ber t again after Dr. Faussett bad seen her; I heard ray wife ay that the medicine Dr
30 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
wm ho had a lattdr frWw Mr. O’fttrv iEe W«ml»*t lor tUo ooq»ty, witu rofe•*’ '' Wots Fin* ; heiotid

wm ho had a lattdr frWw Mr. O’fttrv iEe W«ml»*t lor tUo ooq»ty, witu rofe•*’ '' Wots Fin* ; heiotid

: You did, verbatim. Mr. Faussett: 1 assert that I did not, nor •«nything like it. Mr. Griffith : Verbatim, Mr. Faussett: 1 deny it point blank. Mr. Griffith : Did you not say that he bad his band in your pocket ? Mr. Faussett: I did not. Mr. Griffith
07 November 1863 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARGE OK ASSAULT.

CHARGE OK ASSAULT.

ficts* and added that she saw a strange man strike Sheridan; Ternan was struck Sheridan when be was trying t* make peace. Mr. Faussett think the great point Uto show who was the aggressor. Patrick Connor was examined and proved that Sheridan came staggering
19 September 1863 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GREAT HORSE CASE.

THE GREAT HORSE CASE.

The petition was filed by Lord Enniskillen against Messrs. James Armstrong and Francis Faussett, the executors of person named William Nixon, and against Robert Faussett, fathers to one of the executors, to recover possession of horse which his lordship
10 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY FOR THE ORPHANS OP PRESBY- TERIAN MINISTERS AND MISSIONARIES.

SOCIETY FOR THE ORPHANS OP PRESBY- TERIAN MINISTERS AND MISSIONARIES.

rector, the Bev. H. Faussett, who said some kind and encouraging words to each prizewinner, as he she came up to the desk amid the cheers and plandita of their companions; observing also what pleasure it gave to himself and Mrs. Faussett, that notwithstanding
01 January 1880 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland