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6 matches for Cecil Idaynooth in the British Newspaper Archive
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Sporting Gazette London, England
27 Apr 1889
Moreton Frewen, Sir Arthur Sullivan , and Mr . Re gg i e nal& occu pied a stage box facing Mrs. Hare and suite. Mr. Arthur Cecil seemed much taken with Miss Harriett Young's Bowereovered in another box, and gracing the stalls I saw dL. Hothfi eld, SirView article
Sun (London) London, England
16 Feb 1869
on the Ist of Marcia he should move that the Acts relating to the Established Church in Ireland and the Acts relating to Idaynooth, be taken into.consideration. BANKRUPTCY. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL gave notice that, on the 2Gth of February, he should moveView article
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; wouldView article
Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England
21 Jun 1888
Emetic*, Waterproof, Gipsy Queen colt, Sweetheart, Tommy Upton. and Lady Cecil went a mile. Soottirh King, Caerlarenick, Grey Friars, and King Monmouth went a mile. Dean?. Juggler, Idaynooth, Rokeby. filyfellow, Duke of Marl. borough, Fairy Vision, Hackman fllyView article
Hampshire Independent Hampshire, England
22 Oct 1887
persona attacks made upon Mr. Seely, came to his rescue with the following high tribute to his worth : With regard to tire Idaynooth grant, everybody who knows Mr. Seely Is aware that a more staunch and determined Protestant does not mist. . Sot whilat heView article
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,View article