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CAPTAIN R. FORD.

CAPTAIN R. FORD.

in action last Sunday. SECOND LIEUTENANT C. R. FAUSSETT. The intelligence reached Dublin yesterday that Mr. C. R. Faussett, the well-known Irish cricketer and athlete, baa been killed in action. Mr. Faussett, who obtained his commission in the 3rd Battalion
14 May 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRICKET

CRICKET

was next in, and m a d e 43, hi s partnerehp with i Faussett being productive of an addition of 85 runs.. Wan next in assisted, in taking the total to 200 without further less. LMNSTER. 92 C. R. Faussett not out Pete li rso rununo n .. .. .. 1,7 1 A. Howard
17 August 1911 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mirea, Clonadla-111. M.P.. WC. and Sennett: Rev, Chancellor C. P. C . AIL Me% Donnybrook. 11. 10. Family Service: the

Mirea, Clonadla-111. M.P.. WC. and Sennett: Rev, Chancellor C. P. C . AIL Me% Donnybrook. 11. 10. Family Service: the

7.15, Canon E. M. Bateman. St, MO. Temple road.—B and 11.15. H.C. 10.15 (Family Service): Canon G. S. Faussett (Central Afrka). 11.15. Caron Faussett. 7. E P : Canon Ellinetet. St. Stapbes'a.--S. H.C.: Youfh. 11. Matins and Rev. C. T. A. Carter. 7. Ev
30 June 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL. HOUSE OF LORDS—Tcisdax, JULY 17. The House proceeded to hear council and witnesses in support of " Faussett's Divorce BUI." The Lords present were—Lord Brougham (Deputy- Speaker), Lord Campbell, the Earl of Danilev
23 July 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

such persons as the Lessors would have intentionally imposed fraud upon Faussett; but if there has been any fraud, it was by tbe three Rev. Gentlemen imposing a false lease upon Faussett. The deed of 1794 has been impeached as having been made an agent; but
05 December 1825 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
“WHEN MY WIFE’S A WIDOW.”

“WHEN MY WIFE’S A WIDOW.”

being entrusted to and Keys. Ross’s first over Faussett scored a boundary, whilst off the last ball of Keys’ first over Harvey gave a chance at the wicket. Only eight runs had been registered when Faussett was clean bowled Ross with the fourth bail of
14 June 1902 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of 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