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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Faussect b Rice ?? ?? 7 C Fredericks ?? b Rice ?? 2 F Billington not out ?? W D Hemsworth e R Levws b Faussett ?? 0 R Cairnes c Richardson b Faussett .. 0 Byes 2. . ?? 2 Total ?? ?? ?? ...103 RING'S OWN BORDERERS v LISMORE.-A very good match was played
21 June 1882 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVICTIONS NEAB MOUNXCHARLES. Mountchaulbs, Friday. —To-day the Sub-Sheriff of Donegal, accompanied by a posse of police, visile.: this locality, and

EVICTIONS NEAB MOUNXCHARLES. Mountchaulbs, Friday. —To-day the Sub-Sheriff of Donegal, accompanied by a posse of police, visile.: this locality, and

brigade,” Mr. Philson. Reading, “ The soliloquv of a rationalistic chicken,” Mrs. Faussett. Song, “The nightingale,” Mrs. Phillips. Volin solo, Andante,” Captain Irvine. Seng, Scout,” Mr. Keogh. Quartette, “ The dawn of day,” Mrs. and Miss Phillips, and Messrs
19 May 1884 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

__ wtl TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. of JUNIOR FRESUXsuEs RabECOMMENDED TO GO IX FORl re noNons. vC In Classscs-Bireb, Evans, Faussett, Fctherston.H., Cater, Ha1vs, Harrison, Houston, Hauglhton, Joluiston' ac Lindesay,'Otr, Oulten, Pooler, strangeways, Wilkins
04 May 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£JJ each—A Friend. Miss H M Donne-1.

£JJ each—A Friend. Miss H M Donne-1.

Mis* L'£«uangr. lbs s*cti.—Tbe Misses Stewart, tbs Misses end Jeilett. 10* each —Miss C Barrett, Mrs Hull, J Cooke, Esq Mia* Faussett. mcu —Mm Turp'.B, Mils M Pattou. Mr* Jeremy, Mimes Pbeoix, Miss Allen IMiu DowniS.MlisE C .'Smith, Mi« MarlinJale, Miss tittli
15 January 1881 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, NOV 26.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, NOV 26.

chair ; his daughter, Cobden's ads~ghter, and the .agtxof tbA' th MonmouthI Boroughs, moved or supported resolutions. Mrs. Faussett, the wife of the Postmaster- General; Mrs. Dale, of Birmingham, a sister of Mr. Bright; and the daughter of the late Mr.
26 November 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS LETTER AND DAILY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY,

NEWS LETTER AND DAILY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY,

Exham, Esq., Rev. J..Le Pan, Rev. Dominick Browne, Rev. Thomas Shore, Rev. T. Scoil, Rev. E. Lyle, Rev. B. Gibson, Rev. J. Faussett, William Curry, Esq., Henry Ormsby, Esq., Q.C. Tbs Rev. H. 11. Dtckioson read letter from the Lord Mayor, who was have presided
19 September 1861 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Ratcliffe, Rev. J. R. M’Gbee. Tisdall Gibson. O'Moore. Cowley, Rev. A. N. Bredin. Jellett. Quintin. Peel Metcalf Bntler. Faussett, Hugh Hamilton. H. V. Dixon, C. Wolseley, D. H. Elrin gtoo, Lauocelot. iHtwdall, <Sc., to. The proceedings commenced with
08 July 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK DAILY REPORTER. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, R 03.

THE CORK DAILY REPORTER. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, R 03.

Bagot, Mr. Andrews, Q.C. ; Dr. Mapother, Dr. Croly, Mr. Barlow, Mr. George Woods Maunsell, Mr. Jones, Mr. Straffan, Rev. Mr. Faussett, Mr. Maurice ColJis, Mr. Neville, City Engineer, &c. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, attended by the Hon. Leopold Ellis
10 April 1863 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

being a ile to attend cannotf bil to strengthen the hands of a tioverninent reso ved I lobh, not, despite the efforts of Mr Faussett airihis fniends,, to fulfil their pledge reripecting Irish edocation, as faith- fully as they have fulfilled those respecting
18 January 1872 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Trt fc St. 1G U CliA-Mt* 1 O N » AMU I> DA V . MAit C II 2 3,

Trt fc St. 1G U CliA-Mt* 1 O N » AMU I> DA V . MAit C II 2 3,

in which the writer stated that if the child was in the boose be would apply for possession of it! After which Mr. Robert Faussett asked the Master the very pertinent question—‘‘ln case Mr. White consents to leave the child will you register it a Catholic
23 March 1861 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland