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6 matches for Cecil Idaynooth in the British Newspaper Archive

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1846

shopkeeper. In Carrick-on-Sharron, Isabella, daughter of Mr. William Rutherford. In Town, Mr. Mamas Horny, Arehitlct. At idaynooth, Francis Cecil, second sun of the Rev. James Hamilton, of Trim, aged 20 years. At Ranstagh, Arabella, relict of the late John Fennell

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

14 Jun 1905

Dixon asked the Congress for assistance in spreading a knowledge of the work of the Fade Cecil among the working classes. They explained the mission of the Feis Cecil, and said that since its establishment some good bad been accomplished regarding the teaching

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Jul 1863

America end iathis country, aad intimated that he had no complaint to asks of the decisions of the American Cour • a.—Lord Cecil merely criticised some new doctrines enunlisted bz the Ameviesa (louts, which, if allowed to pow by the Foreign WiimiPte; would

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1845

&c. considerably ender first cost. N.B,—All Accounts due to the Establishment are requested to be paid in immediately. 40, CECIL-STREET, Sept. 6, 1845. Gentlemen ea 'Farmers who postponed the ent of their ice/mai with the LIMIRICE Cnao. NICLI emus to the

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Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

15 Oct 1915

fcubj, ct {lie coLfoveocci ot tie C&tboiio Sooitty in Dab! 00 Wtdnrfcday. Cftidinal Logu preßid* ing, the eminent authcr, M» Cecil Chbbke»toff, fcaid &n apology was from one only a tectut convert £r.» ing who had bet all »bei» lives. His infeeDßifit.d when

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Type: Illustrated
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Sep 1868

icularsapply at the Begi~strar's 01ce, Landed Estates Court. Inns-guay, Dablin;: to THOMAS HUGH KENNY, SolIcitor, 7 Upper Cecil- street, Limerick; or to M1ATTHEW KENNY, Solicitor, having carriage of the proceedIngs, 17 Middle Gardiner-street, Dublin,

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Type: Advertisement