Concordance for The fate of Father Sheehy.

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1.   IX, By R. R. madden, ESQ., M.D. DUBLIN: JAMES DUFFY & SONS, U WELLiNGTO^^i^r, ^ /^ Pa
2. importance. "Is not this/' said he, '^ James Keating, commonly called, of Tubberett
3. this worshipful replied Court that said James Keating is on my list of disaffected an
4. ldren to bewail his untimely end ; also James Farrell and James Buxton, both of whom
5. s untimely end ; also James Farrell and James Buxton, both of whom were men of educat
6. by Bagwell as a suspected person. Lord James Cahir, the ancestor of to Lord Glengall
7. ntleman, and of his associate, the Kev. James Hewet- son ; both these gentlemen had t
8. m Ross, bound over in £100, estreated; James ; Ross, £100, estreated.'' The Rosses
9. house at Shanbally, with Pierce Byrne, James Buxton, James Farrell, Silvester How, D
10. bally, with Pierce Byrne, James Buxton, James Farrell, Silvester How, Darby Tierney;
11. e went a small way out of the house, on James Farrell's call, into a field ; saw many
12. iam Flyn, Edmund Sheehy, Edward Coffey, James Coghlan, John Walsh, Philip M'Grath, Th
13. nd removed knows of a letter brought to James ; ; ; Buxton by John Dogherty, which wa
14. lived for a week before the murder with James Buxton, and returned to the same place
15. returned to the same place ; lived with James Buxton for three years before and after
16. here were also present Buck Farrell and James FarrelL Cross-examined, Saw the corpse
17. on of Mary Dunlea, alias Brady, against James Kearney and Terence Begley, for ** tamp
18. proceerlings at Clonmel, on the Sheehy, James Buxton, and James Farrell." They begin
19. onmel, on the Sheehy, James Buxton, and James Farrell." They begin with an account of
20. rder from government. Edmund Sheehy and James Buxton were put on the same car, James
21. James Buxton were put on the same car, James Farrell on the next, and the executione

Author: Eric Lease Morgan <emorgan@nd.edu>
Date created: October 16, 2010
Date updated: August 23, 2016
URL: http://concordance.library.nd.edu/app/