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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1893

Forest Sing and The Linnet, 100 to 6 agst any orher. After several breaks away, chiefly occasioned by the misbehaviour of Welbank, the fag fell to a good Asta The first to show in front was Ballyhsbbock, but on set- taing down Miss Haynestown was dished

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1914

MURDO KINGSTOWN. IRONMONGER. OIL, &TI ER MERCHANT. Agent for CAMPBELL'S MANGE COAL SAVER. ymins- It Saves Half the Coal. WELBANK'S BOILERETTES, MAKES OLD FOWLS YOUNG, 1.

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1849

in England, requires that each occupier to be rated, or to be liable to pay rates, must beneficially occupy.—(See Rex v. Welbank, 4 Mauleand Selwyn, 229; Rex v. Sculcoates, 12 East, p. 80;) because the 61st, 71st, 73d, and 78th sections of the Ist and

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The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal

The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1857

Johnston, Ensign Thos. Boswell, 28fh Bengal N. L La 1 onche, Mr., East India Railway, Cawnpore Macaulav, Assist Surg. Robert Welbank M'Gregor, Lieut. Francis A. R. M., 32ud Bengal N. I. Miller, Mr., East India Railway, Cawnpore Neill, Geo. J. G. S., Ist Madras

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Dublin Weekly Herald

Dublin Weekly Herald Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1840

the Editor of the Mark Lane Express. Sir —Having read in your report of the Northallerton Agricultural Meeting, Mr. John Welbank Childers re marks on sheep feeding, and having myself practised house-feeding sheep for many years, I beg to say that I perfectly

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

31 Aug 1893

Steward’s Plate—Qoicksilver. 1; Specs, JJ; Brass, 0. Betting—ll to 10 agst winner. Province Plate —Miss Bwifte, 1; Mandrake, 2; Welbank, 3. Betting—Evens agst winner. Five ran. Kerry Plate—-Molly Maguire, 1; The Rose. 2; 3. Betting—o agst the winner. ran. Vi

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Jul 1903

Narmghbeg, 22 Acres Meadow. July IBth—At Tanlrardatosen, 17 Ace,. Meadow. July 12th—At Rheban, 200 c.a. Hay. July Est—At Welbank, 20 Acres Meadow. July 2ba—pt Nicholastoma Mikullen. 15 Acre. Meadow. July 23rd—At 6priog Loan., 600 Cock. Hay. July 29tb—At

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Dublin Evening Post

Dublin Evening Post Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Jan 1848

account of the corrdhpondence is correct. ENGLISH BANKRUPTS. Joseph Miller, Ipswich, licensed victualler; Edward Davr son Welbank, Brighton, boarding housekeeper; Thomas Masterson, Cheapside, but now of Lansdown-terrace, South Lambeth, warehouseman; Alfred

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Dublin Morning Register

Dublin Morning Register Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Dec 1842

The following elder brethren were also presentCapti. Abel Chapman, Aaron Chapman, M.P.; AndrewTimbrell, E. C. Bradford, R. Welbank, J. Dayman, W. S. Clsrkr, R. Drew, J. Nelson, J. Locke, A, Weynton, C. Weller. F. R. Fitxroy, M.P.; S. Ellcrby, G. Probyn

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Jul 1905

Whiteboy; Jule 20, sale of meadows at Spratstown sad Boleybeg; July 21, sale of meadows at Kilrush; July 2i., sale of meadows at Welbank and Baltyboys;.lnly 24. sale of hay at Halloboise and Battlemount; July 27, sale of meadow at Carrigeen; July ZS, tale of

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Nov 1857

Johnston, Ensign Thomas Boswell, Bengal N.l. LaTouche, Mr.. East India Railway. Cawnpore. Macaulay. Assist.-Surgeon Robert Welbank. MacGregor, Lieutenant Francis Alexander Robert Murray, 52d Bengal N.L Miller, Mr., East India Railway, Neill, Gen. James

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Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Dec 1805

Copenhagen, waa on thor* near 6th in®, and of vaier. The Cram, of Shield*; the Hcerf, Robinfoe, of Searbro* and the Ellifon, Welbank, of Hi>U, have been ft are in the Laliio, but fat off without any apparent damage. The 'John. Jewfan, Hull, from Riga, waa

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

5 Jan 1779

prilbners, New York. NUMBER I. , New York, Oft, 17, 1778. S I R, Admiral Gambler been informed, that a pilot of the name Welbank, lately employed in the Hotham (loop, fent with flag truce to the Delaware, is now clol'ely confined in a dungeon at Philadelphia

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Jun 1857

62 years' service. Trinity House-The office of one of the elder brethren has become vacant by the death of Capten Robert Welbank. Emigration Office-The offloe of seapritendent of the government emigration depot at Plymouth has bscome vacant by the death

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The Evening Freeman.

The Evening Freeman Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1857

Johnston, Ensign Thomas Boswell, i»th Bengal N I. Touche, Mr, East India Railway. Cawnpore. Macaulay, Assist Burgeon Robert Welbanke. MacGregor, Lieut A Robert Murray, f>2(i Bengal I. Miller, Mr. East India Railway, Cawnporc. General James George Smith,

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Aug 1893

bardie race. «eic. . for ajje; yr>, ICtt, 4 >r*, list; 3 JT», 12»r; 6 .r* aad aged, 13*1; maiden* allowed Tib; u Hortv *b Welbank okvlark - , winner *ot and third race* excluded. rommjlXwul* d»*>. SoM. , „ About t.o mile*. EntrMMtej MU ii-.e. 4 0 Fifth

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Dublin Morning Register

Dublin Morning Register Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1830

effects it was calculated to produce, he was taken into custody by constable the village, and conveyed before Mr. Masters, Mr. Welbank, and Mr. Wilks, three magistrates of the county, before whom he was examined on the day of his apprehension. On that occasion

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Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent

Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Dec 1857

since been to learn that they have escaped : Allen, Assistant-Surgeon, James Bedford. Macaulay, Assistant-Surgeon, Robert Welbank. SEPOTISM IN THE COONTT WEXFORD. (From the Wexford Imkptmlmt.) regret to eey thet jeeerel »n.l rebellwoe placards have been

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Nov 1857

Ensign Thomas Boswelt, 28th 'Bengal N 1. L~t Touche, Mir, East hulia Railway. Cewnpore. to MAdcauley; Asalast Surgeon Robert Welbanke. MacGregor, Liout 11 A Robert Murray, 52d Bengal N I. Miller, Mr. Ecat India Railway, Cawnorae. iat Neill, General James

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Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Nov 1857

killed. Up to the 18tb he is ■ reported a* doing well. In the list of casualties daring the Indian mutiny, the name of Robert Welbank Macanlay, AssLUnt-Surgeon, was included. Mr. Macaulay, M D., his father, requests us say • hat he has received from bis son

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