January 5-8, 1790, Page 3
On Wednesday, 29th of December last, an anchor about 5 hundred weight,
with 25 fathom of cable, and buoy roap, and an half anchor buoy thereto,
supposed to be sunk opposite Cultra road, county Down, of Steel's Crove
road, county of Antrim.
Any person finding said anchor and delivering it
to Mr. James McComb of Belfast, or MR. HUGH
BLAIR of Carrickfergus, will
receive two guineas reward, and if offered for sale it is requested
information may be given as above.
January 19-22, 1790, Page 2
Amongst the expectations of the present winter, are new editions of
Shakespeare, by Mr. Stevens, and Mr. Malone.
Perhaps both have been hitherto kept back by a desire to give the
lead to each other. We trust,
however, this ceremony is waved, and that the researches of two such
critics and amateurs will no longer meet with any other impediment.
Boswell's Life of Johnston is at last in the
press, and will shew its biographical front in May; it will not only
consist of the life of this extraordinary man, but of his bon mots,
letters, &c. making a large quarto volume.
Amongst the letters will be found, that celebrated one to the Earl
of Chesterfield, requesting to be dismissed from his patronage.
Dr. Percy, Bishop of Dromote, is bringing out a
splendid edition of the late Dr. Goldsmith's work, in Ireland, by
subscription, for the benefit of poor Goldsmith's family, to whom such an
act of kindness will be very convenient.
Dr. Fisher, late one of the Patentees of Covent
Garden Theatre, has compiled a History of Continental Music, which will
make four quarto volumes, which he proposes publishing here.
How far it may interfere with Dr. Burney's late publication, we are
And last, though not least in its moral and
useful tendencies, we are led to expect an additional volume of Sermons,
by the ingenious and elegant DR. BLAIR.
The purchase money of this single volume is said to be six hundred
pounds---a sum we believe hitherto unprecedented for a volume of sermons,
but which, at the same time, marks the liberality of the booksellers, and
the genius of the times, which, with all its imputed dissipations, keeps
up a proper estimation, or at least afectation, for morality.
January 29- February 2, 1790, Page 3
To be published next February by Mr. Wm. Creech, Bookseller, Edinburgh,
POEMS by the late Andrew Greenfield, Rector of Moira, in the county of
Down, selected by his friend DOCTOR BLAIR
and some other Gentlemen eminent for their Taste and
Learning---subscriptions at three Shillings and Sixpence British each will
be received by the said Mr. Creech, Mr. William Sleater, Bookseller in
Dublin, and Mr. Joy & Co. in Belfast, who will secure the delivery of
the Books to the Subscribers.--The money to be paid at the time of
January 27th, 1790
February 15-19, 1790, Page 3
To be published by Subscription,
A new and correct Edition of those much admired SERMONS.
The whole to be comprized in our large Volume Octavo, and delivered
to Subscribers at the very low Price of 5s. 5d. neatly bound and lettered,
or 4s. 4d. in boards, being less than half the price of the only tolerable
Edition now on sale. Subscriptions
are received by all the Booksellers, and by several shopkeepers, &c.
in the country, where proposals may be seen.
Belfast, 18th Feb. 1790.
February 26- March 2, 1790, Page 3
WHEREAS JANNET BLAIR, otherwise
Brown, my wife, hath eloped from em without any just cause:
I do hereby caution the publick not to credit her anything on my
account, as I am determined not to pay any debt she may contract; and
whoever harbours her I will prosecute as the law directs.
Coggrv. March 1st. 1790.
July 27-30, 1790, Page 3
To be Published by Subscription,
A NEW and Complete English Grammar, in four parts, viz. Orthography,
Prosody, Etymology and Syntax; all in Question and Answer, with Notes,
both explanatory and critical; comprehending a short View of the Rise and
Progress of Language, and Principles of Universal Grammar; extracted from
several eminent Authors on those subjects; such as, Harrie, Sheridan,
Louth, BLAIR, &c. &c. ......
N. L. Vady, 26th July, 1790
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September 28- October 1, 1790, Page 3
Twelve Master Shoe-Makers (devoid of meanness) are wanted, and will meet
with good-encouragement by applying to the JOURNEYMEN SHOE-MAKERS of
BELFAST--as they can be supplied with one hundred and fifty of the BEST
men the North of Ireland can produce.
Belfast, 29th Sept. 1790.
N.B. A man properly qualified
to supply the Journeymen with findings, will meet with good encouragement.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE novelty of the above, will, no doubt, surprise you--but when you
consider our late Employers refusal of giving the wages wanted, your
surprise will be at an end.
(By Order of the WHOLE.)
October 1-5, 1790, Page 2
SINCE OUR LAST ARRIVED THREE MAILS.
Description of the River Potowmack (on which the new Federal or American
seat of Government is laid out.) Communicated in a letter from the REV.
This vast and beautiful river takes its source
from a spring near the summit on the eastern side of the Alligany
mountains, which extend north and south through the whole of United
America, and join the Andes in the South.
It is but a spring forming a small rivulet at first, but by being
bountifully fed by these vast mountains, it soon becomes a river of
magnitude, and gives easy navigation for battoes and boats downwards to
the falls, yet from its constant though not rapid current, is of difficult
navigation back. The north
and south mountain as well as the celebrated blue ridge, also adds
considerably to its water, and help to form a number of lesser rivers,
such as the Shenandoe, Conigocheque, Monokasy, Sinegar, &c. all of
which afford battoe navigation for the some miles, and water the most
fertile part of North America.
A principal part of the river Ohio takes its
rise within a very few miles of the source of its sister river the
Potowmack, but on the other side the Aligany mountain.
The Potowmack has far the advantage of the Ohio as to its depth,
uniform direction, and ease and safety of navigation.
It has very few windings for which the Ohio is so remarkable, and
its course from its head to the fall, which is above 120 miles, is nearly
east and west: it then takes a turn for twenty or thirty miels nearly
north and south; on which reach, at the junction of the eastern branch;
the new federal town is laid out and proposed to be built.
The lesser Falls ?? obstruct the upland battoe
navigation, but about three miles of land carriage (called the Falls
Carrying Place) remedies at present this defect, and a Canal round both
Falls is nearly compleat.
At the Lower or Great Falls (to which ships of
any burthen may approach, at least as far as to George Town) there is a
dip of about forty feet perpendicular--a most striking and beautiful
object--for her the River bursts with great fury through a chasm in a high
and well covered hill on both its sides, the stream being to rapid above
the break that swan, geese, and other wild fowl cannot take the wing after
sliding into it, and none survive with life the water-fall.
This majestic and perhaps unequalled seen is best approached from
the water level below: All is
rude, bold, nature on an immense scale---The mountains on each side
through which the River bursts is covered with trees of beautiful foliage,
great size, forming a range of gloomy woods half overshadowing the Fall,
and rising to so vast a height as to obscure the clouds and exclude the
At the foot of the Falls on the Virginia side is
a flourishing little village and some finely constructed flour mills: the
quantity and high fall of water, affords the most advantageous situation
for mills, and whenever America becomes a manufacturing country this will
be the most eligible situation for them, there being nothing within the
scope of wheel or water-work but this spot is equal to, situated too, as
it is, in one of the most fertile and happy corn countries in the
The banks of the River the whole length above
the Falls, are not so well cultivated and improved as the lands below it;
but it is impossible to conceive the numberless and beautiful landscapes
which it affords. The River
is clear, limpid, and sweet, and the various lesser branches which fall
into it, together with the bold points or promontories all covered with
majestic oaks, walnut, cypress, poplar, white pine, &c. &c. all of
extraordinary size and beauty, and which break and divide in places so as
to give much variety, offer to the eye very noble and striking scenes.
Alexandria, on the Virginia side, and George
Town on the Maryland, are the principal and most flourishing Towns--both
increasing with uncommon rapidity--- but within a ride of thirty miles,
there are a number of lesser towns, such as Bladensburgh, Carrollsburgh,
Piscataway, Colchester, Dumfries, &c.---Nearly central between
Alexandria adn George Town, on the Maryland side and at the mouth of the
Eastern Branch, Congress have agreed to fix their Federal Town and
constant Seat of Government. A
finer situation cannot be imagined--- it is nearly the centre spot of
United America---upon a beautiful and temperate River, which with its
numerous branches and adjuncts (chiefly all navigable) intersect so great
a portion of the States of Virginia and Maryland as to form the most
compleat and easy navigation that can be conceived.
This spot is upwards of two hundred miles from the Sea, a
temperate, clear, warm climate, and in the midst of the finest farming and
Tobacco lands that are known. The
Potowmack River is here two miles wide, of depth of water for any ship,
and no obstruction whatever as to bars, sands, or rocks.
It does not much exceed that breadth
for twenty or thirty miles down, then it begins to spread to three,
five, and six, and it is nine miles wide at the mouth.----From the Falls
down to Crane Island (about 30 miles and the limit I have yet seen) is one
of the most gratifying and pleasant sails imaginable----nothing can exceed
it but the hospitality and liberal treatment of the numerous gentry who
inhabit the banks of this bountiful river.
(I say bountiful, for the variety and quantity of its fish and wild
fowl is unequalled). near neighbours here are at the distance of two, three and
four miles, every gentleman holding much more land than he tills or
occupies, and a single field of grain or tobacco is often larger than some
of our parishes.--- Their houses are not sumptuous nor stylish, but all
most beautifully filled with necessaries, and many with the high luxuries
of life, and none without six or eight spare beds.
In such a choice of country, you may easily
imagine the noblest and finest situations were marked out.---Nature has
done more here than I ever saw in any other country, for every acre is a
beauty, and every spot of the shore is a port for shipping.
The waving outline of the hills, all covered with immense and
beautiful trees, the bold promontories and banks of the river, with such a
degree of unstudied regularity in the whole, make a noble and striking
From the Falls down as far as Crane Island there
are twenty or thirty gentlemen's seats upon a large and bold seale, some
of them wonderfully finely placed. Among
the foremost of these are Lord Fairfax's and General Washington's, on the
Virginia side, and Mr. Digger's, Mr. Additon's, and Mr. Young's on the
October 19-22, 1790, Page 3
Impressed with every sentiment of gratitude and respect, begs leave to
return his sincere thanks to his friends and the public, who so liberally
supported him while he was in public business.
He takes the liberty to inform them, that he has now opened the
noted Inn in Strabane, lately occupied by MR.
ARTHUR BLAIR; where he is well supplied with excellent hay and
oats; cludes wines and liquors, with every other necessary for the accommodation
of the travellers. WARD
ventures to assure, that he will, with unremitting assiduity, endeavour to
give every satisfaction, to all who shall honour him with their
coutitenance and support.
Strabane, Oct. 4, 1770.
January 25-28, 1791, Page 3
This Day is Published by
THOMAS WARD, BOOKSELLER and STATIONER, in LISBURN,
A SALE CATALOGUE of scarce, curious valuable and CHEAP BOOKS:
Consisting of the Library of the late Revd. MR.
BLAIR and others, many of which are considerably under Half
Price.--Interspersed with many scarce and new Books in the different Arts
and Sciences, and polite and entertaining Literature, (for ready money
only) by THOMAS WARD, Bookseller and Stationer in Lisburn; where
Catalogues are to be had.
N. B. The lowest price is prefixed to each Article, and the
sale to commence the first day of February next.
Ward's Shop is (as usual) well afforded with a good Collection of Modern
Books in History, Law, Physic, and Divinity, a great variety of new
Novels, Classical and School Books, Merchants Account Books, ruled and
plain in every every kind of Binding; every kind of Writing Papers, with
every Article in the Bookselling and Stationary Line of Business: --Also a
great variety of Room Papers, with elegant Bordering.
& Ready Money for any Library or parcel of old Books, old Gold
or Silver, Gold or Silver Lace, &c.
Lisburn, 26th Jan. 1791
March 29- April 1, 1791, Page 3
TO BE SET,
And entered an immediately, or first of May, for such Term as may be
agreed on, not exceeding nine years, the Dwelling-house in West-street, in
Carrickfergus, occupied by SAMUEL BLAIR,
with a Stable will hold twelve horses, a small Garden well inclosed, all
in compleat order; It will answer well either for a private family or a
Publick House, with a Shop or Stores.
The tenant may have part of the furniture at a just
valuation.--Apply on the premises.
April 10, 1791
May 6-10, 1791, Page 3
City and County of London-Derry.
Lent Assizes, 1791.
High Constables appointed at said Assizes:
& Liberties of L.Derry
Alex. Love of Derry
Town & Liberties of Colerain
J. Johnston of Colerain
Half Barony of Colerain
Rich. Caldwell of Culkeeragh
Barony of Kinnaght,
Tho. King of Keheery
Barony of Loughinsholen
John Johnston of Tamlaghtocrilly
City & Liberties of L. Derry,
Thos. Waugh and Robert McIntire
Town and Liberties of Colerain
Half Barony of Colerain,
Dan Moor, John McKeeman, Wm. Johnston
Jn. Rolborough, Ed. Thorp.
Half Barony of Tirkeeran
Jas. Mane, Alex. Stevenson, Al Gibson
Barony of Kinnaght,
Samuel McKissock, Robert Nelson, William
Pattison, JOHN BLAIR, Rob.
Martin, John Lenox.
Barony of Loughinsholen
Wm. Caldwell, R. Simpson, Geo. Williams, D. Tomb
H. Mullan, Rob. Hughes, Wm. McCulloch,
Abm. Dougal, G. Neely, Chas. McCormick,
Wm. McAllister, M. Hagan.
Treasurer's Office, London-Derry,
4th April, 1791
N. B. At a sessions held on Wednesday the 4th of May,
Joseph Clark of Shanreagh was appointed High Constable for the barony of
Kinnaght, in the room of John King, resigned.
June 24-28, 1791, Page 3
War-Office, Dublin Castle, June 20, 1791.
His Majesty has been pleased to make the following promotions in the army
on this establishment, and the commissions are come over accordingly, viz.
5th regiment of dragoons, Captain Brydges Trecthick Henniker, from late
first troop of horse grenadier guards, to be major, vice Alien, resigned.
16th regiment of foot, Lieutenant John Sackville Higgins, from half pay of
the invalids, to be Lieutenant, vice Kennedy promoted.
Ditto, Ensign Mathew Mahon to be Lieutenant, vice Stuart, promoted.
28th, Ensign Alexander Stewart to be Lieutenant, vice Colville, promoted.
22d, Lieutenant CHARLES HENRY BLAIR,
from half-pay of the 105th foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Dewar
Ditto, Ensign William Dickson to be Lieutenant, vice Lindsay, promoted.
29th, Ensign Daniel Grose to be Lieutenant, vice Purvis, promoted.
40th, Ensighn William Carr to be Lieutenant, vice Crawley, promoted.
43rd, Ensign William Jones to be Lieutenant, vice Quarrel, promoted.
55th, Ensign James G. Clarke to be Lieutenant, vice Robertson,
56th, Ensign William Haig, to be Lieutenant, vice Allen, promoted.
58th, Ensign Anthony Van Homrigh to be Lieutenant, vice Littlehales,
61st, Ensign Arthur Dermott to be Lieutenant, vice Stewart,
64th, Ensign Hugh Crawford to be Lieutenant, vice Hope, promotoed.
69th, Ensign John Robert Lyons to be Lieutenant, vice Robertson
4th Regiment of dragoon guards, Mr. William Smith to be Cornet, vice
5th regiment of dragoons, Cornet Alexander Goldie, of 18th dragoons, to be
Lieutenant, vice Bligh promoted.
9th, Mr. William Wallace to be Surgeon, vice Dowall, placed on
12th, Mr. Joseph Robins to be Cornet, vice Elliot, resigned.
23rd, regiment of foot, Mr. Evan Jones to be second Lieutenant, vice
39th, Lieutenant David Morgan to be Captain, vice Manningham, promoted.
Ditto, Ensign Boyd Harsburgh to be Lieutenant.
Ditto, Mr. Edward Reynell to be Ensign.
46th, Captain John Alexander, from half-pay, to be Captain, vice James,
55th, Ensign George Cuyler, to be Lieutenant vice Patterson, resigned.
Ditto, Mr. Godfry Taylor to be Ensign.
Ditto, Mr. Nanning J. Vulcher to be Ensign, vice Grant, resigned.
58th, Major Boardman Bromhead, from half-pay, to be Major, vice Duffe,
70th, Mr. John Scott, to be Ensign, vice Young, ?
July 15-19, 1791, Page 3
LANDS TO BE LET.
From the first of November next, for such term of years as may be agreed
on, part of the estate of Marriott Dalway, Esq; in the county Antrim; and
county of the town of Carrickfergus.--Proposals to be received by Sir
William Kirk, who will give every information relative to the said lands,
and agree with the accepted Tenants for the same.
now held by John Gorman
Duffshill, held by Mc. Comb, Wisnom, & C.
Edengreny, held by widow McCullough,
BLAIR and McBride's Farm,
William Bole's Farm
JOHN BLAIR'S Farm
Widow Galbreath's Farm
Daniel Clark's Farm
Hugh Campbell's Farm
McCullen and Gardner's Farm
William Graham's Farm
The late widow Hynd's Farm
James Hoy's Farm
Mc Master, Mc. Alister & Moore's Farm
Alex. Mc. Aulay's Farm
Paisley and Porter's Farm
Riddle and Blackwood's Farm
Charles Stewart's Farm
Samuel Greenlee's Farm
Henry Millar's Farm
William Haggan's Farm
5 0 0
A Farm adjoining Bellahill Demesne, one
half meadow and the other half arable,
most of the arable land limed within the
last two years,
19th July, 1791.
December 2-6, 1791, Page 3
Whereas on the night of Thursday the 24th November last, the Shop of SAMUEL
BLAIR of Carrickfergus, was feloniously broken open by some
person or persons unknown, who took thereout Ten Guineas in Gold, Seven
Guinea Notes, five Shillings in Silver, three Shillings of Halfpence one
Silver Table Spoon, marked S. B. with several papers of little value,
except to the owner.--NOW we whose names are hereunto subscribed, do
promise to pay the several sums appended to our names, to any person or
persons who within six months shall apprehend and prosecute to conviction
the person or persons guilty of said Robbery.
Dated this 3d December, 1791
Ez D. Wilson
Hu. Kirk 1
Wm. Finlay & Son
1 2 9
Wm. M. Kirk
Matthew Jameson ditto
SAMUEL BLAIR 3 8
Dan. Kirk 1
December 2-6, 1791, Page 3
Jenny, BLAIR, Greenock, 62 barrels
January 27-31, 1792, Page 3
FOR NEWCASTLE & PHILADELPHIA,
The fast sailing ship, TRISTRAM, burthen 503 tons, G. A. Harward, Master,
will be clear to sail for the above Port the first day of April
next.---The Tristram is particularly well adapted for the Passenger Trade,
being 5 feet, 10inches high
between decks. Those who wish
to embrace this favourable opportunity of going in a strong new Ship, will
do well to make Speedy application; as but 150 passengers will be
freight or Passage apply to Mr. Robert Cochran, Strabane; Mr. King Barben,
Newtown-Stewart: Mr. James King, Fintona; Mr. James Hamill, Colerain; Mr.
DAVID BLAIR, Newtownlemavady; or to John Atcheson, Smyth &
Co. who engage that plenty of provisions and water shall be laid in for
L. Derry, 23d Jan. 1792.
February 28- March 2, 1792, Page 3
At a General Meeting of the Freeholders, residing in the Parish of Ralloo,
Rev. Robt. SINCLAIR in the Chair,
The following Resolutions were unanimously agreed to:
Resolved, That we consider it not only the right, but the duty of every
Freeholder, publicly to avow his Sentiments respecting the choice of a
Representative in Parliament.
That as from our acquaintance with the character of Edward Jones Agnew,
Esq. we are confident he would execute with fidelity and honour, a trust
committed to his charge, we think him justly entitled to our Votes and
interest at the ensuing Election.
That the following Gentlemen are appointed Delegates to the new standing
Committee of the Independent Interest.
James A. Farrell, Esq.
all Signed by Order,
Robt. Sinclair, Chairman.
28th Feb. 1792.
April 17-20, 1792, Page 3
FOR NEWCASTLE & PHILADELPHIA,
The fast sailing ship, TRISTRAM, burthen 503 tons, G. A. Harward, Master,
will be clear to sail for the above Port the first day of April
next.---The Tristram is particularly well adapted for the Passenger Trade,
being 5 feet, 10inches high
between decks. Those who wish
to embrace this favourable opportunity of going in a strong new Ship, will
do well to make Speedy application; as but 150 passengers will be
freight or Passage apply to Mr. Robert Cochran, Strabane; Mr. King Barben,
Newtown-Stewart: Mr. James King, Fintona; Mr. James Hamill, Colerain; Mr.
DAVID BLAIR, Newtownlemavady; or to John Atcheson, Smyth &
Co. who engage that plenty of provisions and water shall be laid in for
L. Derry, 23d Jan. 1792.
B. At the request of a number of Passengers, the sailing of the above Ship
is put off till the 1st May, at which time she will positively sail.
L. Derry, 13th April, 1792
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June 22-26, 1792, Page 3
Newry, 23d June, 1792
RUM BY AUCTION
JOHN BLAIR will sell by Auction, on Friday the 19th inst. at Noon, 25 Puncheons of
Sweet St. Vincent's Rum, at his Stores on the Canal-Quay, for which good
Notes or Bills at three months will be taken in payment.
December 28- January 1, 1793, Page 3
good ?? Sloop ELIZABETH, JOHN BLAIR,
Master, is now taking in and will positively clear out on Saturday 5th
January, and sail first fair wind after--For Freight or Passage
application to be made to the Captain on board, or
Wm. SMITH, Broker.
31st Dec. 1792
January 25-29, 1793, Page 3
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January 29- February 1, 1793, Page 3
Jan. 27th, 1793.
RABBIT SKINS of Magilligan will be exposed to Sale on Thursday 21st day of
February next, at the house of JOHN BLAIR
in Ballymaclary; and, if more agreeable to the bidders, they will be put
up in such shares or Lots as may be agreed on at the time of sale.
B. Fifty Guineas, as usual,
to be deposited by the purchaser until delivery of the Skins.
May 24-28, 1793, Page 3
are favoured by a correspondent with the following.
OF VESSELS WHICH BELONGED TO THE PORT OF BELFAST
THE YEARS, 1682, 1683, 1684, 1685 & 1686
PlaceThey Traded With
Edwd. Cooke 200
Geo. Millam 140
& Helen Robert Brown
Anthony John Rogers
Alexander Robert White 30
Adventure Moses James 150
Concord Robt. McCollam
Charlemont Robt. Whiteside
Consent John Scott
Edwd. Pottenger 100
Lewis Thomson 20
Robt. Matthew 6
Franklin Wm. Adair
John Lorrimore 30
Scotland, Dublin, London
James Glascoe 30
Nightingale Wm. Pringle
Branch Mat. Scott
Providence Robt. McKenly
Resolution Jas. Maxwell
and Jane James
Edward John Black
& David Robert Agnew
November 26-29, 1793, Page 2
OF THE CALEDONIAN MERCURY
am led to write to you at present, by an excellent, and, I think, a most,
reasonable discourse, which I had the pleasure of hearing last Sunday in
the High Church of Edinburgh, preached by the Reverend DR.
BLAIR, before the Lords of Sessions and the Magistrates of this
city.-- His text was the Fourth Commandment in Exodus XX.-- He began with
shewing that Commandment to be of eternal obligation; a part of that moral
law which our Saviour came, not to destroy but to fulfil--he shewed it to
be an institution as old as the creation of the world, and that by a
tradition which had pervaded the earth some traces of the sanctity of the
seventh day were found among several heathen nations.
He observed, that he had been led to lay this subject and now
before the consideration of his audience, on occasion of that flagrant
enormity which had taken place in a neighbouring nation, which, by a
formal decree had abrogated the observance of Sunday--had instituted a new
kalendar of time on purpose to wipe away all remembrance of it, and had
even appointed penalties on those who should pay it any regard as a
Doctor then proceeded to state the ends for which the Sabbath was
appointed, and the duties which belong to the sanctification of it, as a
day of sacred rest, a day appropriated to public worship, a day
consecrated to serious thought, to self-examination and meditation on a
future life. After having
shown, under each of these heads, the benefits which arise both to
individuals and to Society from the observance of Sunday, he concluded
with reminding his bearers, that all who retained any regard for Christian
faith were no particularly called upon to shew their reverence for this
sacred institution, and publicly to express their zeal in the cause of
religion; a cause connected with every thing which, not as Christians
only, but as man and citizens, they are bound to hold dear.
notes of this sermon which occurred to my recollection, you are at liberty
to insert in your paper, if you think they can serve any good purpose.
I am, & c.
December 27-31, 1793, Page 3
the Presbytery of Edinburgh agreed to the translation of the Rev.
Professor Finlayson, from Lady Yester's to the Old Greyfriars Church, and
appointed his admission to take place this day fortnight; the Rev. Dr.
Erskine to preside.
this business, the Rev. Dr. Hardy stated, that, of late, seditious
meetings had taken place, within their bounds, and he thought it was the
duty of the Presbytery to express their disapprobation of such
unconstitutional proceedings, and therefore moved, that the Presbytery
should publish a declaration to that effect.
The Doctor then read a paper on the subject; and DR.
BLAIR having seconded Dr. Hardy's motion, the Presbytery
unanimously adopted the following declaration, produced and read by Dr.
December 25, 1793
February 28- March 4, 1794, Page 3
BE SOLD BY AUCTION. on Friday
the 7th inst. at one o'clock, by JOHN BLAIR, at
his Stores on the Canal-Quay, Newry, fifty Casks, weighing from 5 to 12
Cwt. each, engaged fairly made up, and the quality remarkably well suited
for the use of Soap boilers. Terms
of payment will be made agreeable at the Sale.
Newry, 1st March 1794.
August 8-11, 1794, Page 3
week, the Corporation unanimously voted the Freedom of this City,
accompanied with a suitable Address, to Earl Howe, for the glorious
victory over the French fleet on the 1st June.--Also, to the Hon. Capt.
Packenham of his Majesty's ship Invincible.
week, the Queen's Co: Militia marched from hence for Colerain, where they
are to be reviewed in a few days.--The 93d regiment will be reviewed here
next Monday-- Major General Eustace is appointed to review all the forces
in the province of Ulster.
ten days ago, MR. DAVID BLAIR
of N. Lemavady, cut down a very fine field of barly, consisting of
September 29- October 3, 1794, Page 3
KNOX & CO.
now landing the Cargo of the Elizabeth; JOHN
BLAIR, Master; consisting of AMERICAN POTASHES, first Quality,
and APPARREL STAVES--Which they will sell on reasonable Terms,--They have
also on hand a few Tons English BAR LEAD, which will be disposed of under
the usual price.
Belfast, 3d October, 1794.
October 3-8, 1794, Page 4
of Volunteer Companies and Militia that marched to Belfast to oppose the
French: set down in the Order of time in which each respective Corps
arrived, from Friday the 22d to Tuesday the 26th February, 1760.
Those marked thus (*) did not accept of pay from the town of
Volunteers: Lieut. James
Finigon, Commandant--4 sergeants, 4 corporals, 2 drums:
96 men: Marched into Belfast on Friday evening; all uniformly
cloathed, and completely armed, with 25 rounds of cartridges.
Volunteers: Edward Smith,
Esq. Captain, (who being at Parliament) Lieut. Abraham Crommelin
Commandant: 130 men:
Received the French prisoners on Thursday evening (being under arms
ready to march to Belfast; guarded them all night, went off with them on
Frid. morning to Moyra & Dromore, and came to Belfast about 5 the same
evening, after a march of 21 miles.
These and Lisburn Comp. Lord Hertford's tenants. : 198 men: Arrived in
several parties at different times, and incorporated with Lisburn co. on
Saturday. (68 received pay).
Volunteers: Arthur Upton, Esq. Captain, (who being at Parliament) Henry
Shaw, Esq. 1st Lieut. Commandant: 70 men: Arrived on Saturday at nine in
the morning, and continued till the French sailed.
Volunteers: Charles O'Neil, Esq. Captain, (who being at Parliament) Kenedy
Henderson, Esq. 1st Lieut. Commandant.: 94 men: Arrived on Saturday night,
well armed with 9 rounds of cartridges; and followed next day by 7 pieces
of small cannon from Shane's-Castle, which were planted on the breast-work
& Carmoney: Mr. James McIlwean, Captain, Mr. Henry Langford Burleigh,
Captain: 40 men and 55 men. Guarded
the French prisoners from that town to Belfast.
Arrived in Belfast early in the morning after the French landed.
Roger Moore, Esq. Capt. 40 men: Arrived on Friday, all armed.
and around Antrim: Mr. Thomas Thompson, Capt.: 133 men: Volunteers, formed
on the occasion (of wihc 81 armed) arrived on Saturday--But one half rec'd
Hugh Campbell and Blainy Adair, Captains. 108 men: Arrived on
Saturday; and on Tuesday a party of them were sent down the water to
reinforce Capt. Dingey, where they remain'd until the French sailed.
Mr. John White, Capt., 42 men: Arrived on Saturday night: nine of them
with scythes fixed on poles.
Charles O'Hara, Esq. Captain (rec'd pay but for 30 men): 76 men: Arrived
on Sunday at 2 in the afternoon, after a march of 38 miles in 24 hours--Mr.
O'Hara could have marched 500 brave men had there been arms for them.
& Donegorr: John Henry, Esq. Capt., & Rev. Patrick Bennett.: 60
men & 28 men: Arrived on Sunday.
Volunters; Hugh Boyd, Esq. Col. Commandant: 200 men: Arrived on Monday,
all armed; and were afterwards join'd by upwards of 150 more, in several
John Rowan, Esq. Captain: 75 men: Arrived on Tuesday.
Town, three Companies: James Ross, Esq., Stewart Banks, Esq. Mr. John
Brown: 82 men, 189 men, 98 men: Marched to Three Mile Water on Saturday
morning; as did all the Companies that were then arrived.
Corps that assembled at Ballahill, 1 1/2 mile N. E. of Carrickfergus;
under the care and direction of Robert Dalway, Esq.
Raloo, Glen, Templecorran, Killroot, Ballihill and CrFergus liberties:
Marriot Dalway, Esq. Capt. Rev. James Dunbar, Mr. Patrick Allen,
Mr. Edward Hudson, Lts.: 200 men: Assembled on Friday, &c. most part
Adam Johnston, Esq. Capt.: Mr. James Agnew, Mr.____BLAIR,
Lts. 115 men: Arrived at
Ballahill on Friday.
____Myars, Esq. Capt., John Mitchell, William Higginson, Rev. Thos.
Reed, 120 men: Arrived at Ballahill on Sunday, all in a good uniform and
well armed; with three pieces of cannon mounted on carriages.
Co. Antrim 2249 Men
February 13-16, 1795, Page 3
BE SOLD BY AUCTION;
Friday the 13th day of March next, at the House of THOMAS
BLAIR, the Rabbit Skins of the lower end of the parish of
Magilligan: a deposit of Fifty Guineas will be required from the
Dated Magilligan, 11th day of Feb. 1795.
June 22-26, 1795, Page 3
Tuesday last MICHAEL BLAIR of
Sheddings, was committed to the Gaol of Carrickfergus by the Revd. Richard
Babington, for selling spirits without licence, contrary to the statute in
that case made and provided.
June 29- July 3, 1795, Page 2
the 3d of March, the French and Mulattoes of this Colony began a design of
making the Island their own, by the horrid means of putting all the white
Englishmen to death while sleeping--It was at
a place called Labay they commenced, where they murdered eight or
ten Gentlemen, among whom I am sorry to enumerate poor CAPTAIN
BLAIR, of the Home-- and had
not the alarm spread in time for the Militia to muster, it would have been
certain destruction to us all. The
first report was, that 3,000 French troops had landed at some out bays of
the Island; but we soon had a confirmation of the real master, as I have
November 30, 1795, Page 1
informed myself, from those best acquainted with the Country, that a
height, called Faribrae's Hil, commanded the Vigie:
upon this I formed my plan of attack.
The Grenadiers and Light Infantry, with four Companies of the 40th
Regiment, were to gain the hill on one quarter, while the 59th Regiment,
supported by two, three pounders, were to force it on another; the whole
marched at three o'clock yesterday morning, so as to be at the object by
the day break. The first
division gained the height early in the morning, with considerable loss;
the 59th Regiment was early within fifty paces of the Enemy, and made
several attempts to gain the post, but the natural strength of the ground,
and the heavy rain that unluckily fell at day-break, rendered the place
inaccessible. The Troops having been exposed the whole of the day to great
fatiques, and the weather being very unfavourable, from violent showers
during the day, and having no possibility of providing the least shelter
for them, I thought it more advisable to return to our former quarters for
the night. Having sufficient
reason to suppose the enemy had abandoned their posts during the night, I
ordered out early this morning a strong detachment of the St. Vincent's
Rangers to take possession of it; and I have to inform your Excellency,
that the British flag now displays itself there.
We found all the cannon and ammunition there undestroyed.
Brigadier General Myres, by his able conduct the whole day,
afforded me the most essential service; and the highest praise is due to
this Army, both Officers and Men, for the perserverance, discipline, and
bravery they manifested in sustaining an action from daybreak until night,
in this climate.
VINCENT'S OCTOBER 3, 1795.
of Killed and Wounded on the 2d instant.
Regiment--1 Officer, 2 Serjeants, 8 rand and file killed; 13 rand and file
Regiment--1 Officer, 1 Serjeant, 8 rand and file killed; 1 Officer, 3
Serjeants, 2 Drummers, and 24 rank and file
wounded; 1 rank and file
59th Regimnet--1 Officer, 1 Serjeant, 22 rank and file killed; 2 Officers, 3
Serjeants, 1 Drummer, and 56 rank and
Rangers-1 Rank and file killed; 2 ditto wounded.
of Officers killed and wounded.
CAPTAIN PATRICK BLAIR, of the 59th Regiment.
Alexander Seipton, of the 40th ditto.
Samuel Warren, of the 54th ditto.
Christopher Seton, of the 54th ditto.
Robert Vaughan, of the 59th ditto.
Hannah, of the 59th ditto.
December 25-28, 1795, Page 4, Doc. ID: 265872: LEGAL NDUB
+Dublin 23 commission intelligence
court judges =Weldon,James denomination
+Plunket!St. =Curran,Mr. gunpowder Philanthropic Society =Walsh taylor
=Clayton quarter prayer-book affidavits clerk crown superiors officers
=Cope,William. =Crofton,Morgan. =Hautenville,Rawdon =Read,Thomas
=Lawlor,William jury sworn challenges =Crofton,Edw/Sir foreman =Bury,William
=Nowlan +Stoney!Batter =Hart guilty 23 trial =Leblanc embroiderer
=Rowan,Hamilton defenders +Fermanagh militia =Brady =Kennedy =Hanlon.
=Smith,John. =Ruxton,Counsellor. Attorney General crime heads Edward III
=Sparrow,William =French,James =Mulhern,Ralph =Pittigrew,Henry =Blair,William
committee shoemaker Black dragoons Solicitor General 1791. +London
death enemies charges 1792 Parliament Catholics. United Irishmen +Belfast
directors. national convention dethrone witness =Murphy +Drury!Lane
government +France war associating divers Protestant religion.
yeoman facts charged indictment. prisoner associated defenders aiding
April 8-11, 1796, Page 3
BALLYMENA GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS.
John Galbrath of Carnalane, and Joseph Lawson of same,
both found guilty of having laid snares for catching rabbits, in the
rabbit warren of John Douglas and partners at Clogher; fined five pounds
Cornelius Gorman, of Lisburn, Nailer, convicted
upon three several indictments of violently assaulting William Conn,
Robert McConnell, and Huston Dowdall; to be confined in the county gaol
one month for each offense.
Patrick Gorman, of same, convicted of assaulting
said Robert McConnell; to be confined in the county gaol 14 days.
John McIlroy, of Drumreagh, submitted to an
indictment for assaulting Eleanor McLaughlin, with an intention to commit
a rape; to be confined one month in the county gaol.
of Vow, submitted to an indictment for assaulting Robert McIltree, to be
fined 6s. 8d.
Same ROBERT BLAIR,
convicted of again assaulting said Robert Iltree when assisting a parish
constable in the execution of his office; to be confined three months in
the county gaol.
Mary Bolton, of Toome, convicted of assaulting
Mary McLenaghan; to be confined 14 days in the county gaol.
John Queen, of Gartahar, convicted upon two
several indictments of assaulting George McMullan and Deni. McLister; to
be confined in the county gaol until next Assizes, and then to give
sufficient security before the going Judge of Assize for his good
behaviour for seven years.
October 28-31, 1796, Page 3
We the undersigned inhabitants of the County (hole in paper) Town
of Carrickfergus and (hole) of the substantial advantages we enjoy (hole)
excellent constitution and holding (hole) every attempt to overturn the
same (hole). Invasion or internal Commotion: think it (hole) time thus
publicly to express our loyalty (hole) to our most gracious Sovereignty;
his (hole) -ment: and bind ourselves to each other, (hole) exertions in
our respective situations to support the Law, of our Country, and protect
the persons and properties of good and peaceable Subjects of every
religious denomination---Dated 12th October, 1796.
Craig,W. Martin,B. Wilson,E/D.
Millar,Wm. Packen,Wm. Clark,John
November 18-21, 1796, Page 3
Whereas, on the night of the 14th inst. on arrival of a party of his
Majesty's 24th Regiment of Light Dragoons, they left part of their Baggage
and Accoutrements in a Stable of Mr. Estars, Innkeeper in town, some part
of which was that night stolen thereout
by some person or persons unknown:--Now we the subscribers hereof in order
to shew our detestion of every act of this sort, and to bring to ??
punishment this and every invasion of the law, do hereby offer the sums
annexed to our respective names, to any person or persons that will give
information against the thief or thieves who committed the said robbery,
any time within six months from the date hereof so as he or they be
prosecuted and convicted thereof according to law.
And we do hereby engage to support the civil
powers in the due execution of their office, to the utmost of our
abilities for the maintanance of the regular administration of justice,
the well-being and good order of society in general, and of this town and
neighbourhood in particular.
under our hands at Ballymoney, Nov. 16, 1796.
January 9-13, 1797, Page 1
THE AMICABLE ANNUITY COMPANY OF NEWRY.
Will meet at QUILLON's on
Wednesday the first of February next, at Twelve o'clock Noon, to transact
the Business of the Company and Dine together.
Those who wish to become Members are desired to apply to the
Register previous to said Day, and appear at the Meeting--otherwise they
cannot be balloted for.
JOHN BLAIR, Register.
Newry, 2d January, 1797
January 23-27, 1797, Page 3
On the 12th of December the House of Representatives of America
balloted for a Chaplain, when the numbers stood thus--
For Dr. Green,
Whereupon Dr. Green was declared duly elected.
May 1, 1797, Page 3, Doc ID
> +Belfast Newsletter >. > +Dublin Journal >. =Gage,Marcus =Sterling,John
=Bruice,Henry =Sampson,G/V. =Hamilton,Wm. =McCausland,Marc. =Smith,William
=Hamilton,Edmond clerk. =Ogilby,Robert =Alexander,Andrew =Alexander,John
=Lynd,Gordon =Smith,William/Jr. =Gordon,Nathaniel =McCausland,Conoly/Jr.
=McCausland,Dominick 17 Co. +Londonderry.
=Moody,John =Alexander,Leslie =Hewey,Henry =Boyle,Alex. =Heyland,Langford
=Rogers,Mark =Osborne,John =Moore,Gawin. =Ross,Richard =Moore,Thomas
=Ross,William =Church,John =Sherrard,Hugh =Gillespie,Henry =Blair,David
=Waterford,Marquis/of tenantry counsellors absentee landlords =Campbell,Robert
meeting +Newtownlimavaddy 10 Apr. =McCausland,Conolly provost thanks
23, 1797, Page 3
At the Midsummer Examinations in the Belfast Academy, Premiums
were adjudged to the following Students, viz:
Writing.--James Luke, Linenhall-street--H. Lyons, Oldpark--E. W. Boyd,
Carrickfergus--R. Montgomery, Arthur-street---H. Campbell--D. Gunnin,
Carrickfergus--Gilbert Vance--John Allen, Derry---Isaac Walker, Newry---John
Cuming---J. Getgood----A. Hyndman---W. Magee, sen.---C. Joyce----R.
McClean, Dublin---Joseph Stevenson---J. Apsley---W. Wilson---A. J.
Crawford, Crawfordsburn---Fr. Thompson, Lisburn---H. Grimshaw,
Whitehouse---JAMES BLAIR, Newry.
July 7, 1797, Page 3
THE AMICABLE ANNUITY COMPANY OF NEWRY.
at QUILLON's on Wednesday the first of February next, at Twelve o'clock
Noon, to transact the Business of the Company and Dine together.
Those who wish to become Members are desired to apply to the
Register previous to said Day, and appear at the Meeting--otherwise they
cannot be balloted for.
JOHN BLAIR, Register.
Newry, 1st July, 1797
October 13, 1797, Page 3
On Sunday last, MR. HENRY BLAIR,
of Randalstown, to the agreeable Miss McAnulla, of Shaneseastle.
March 30, 1798, Page 2, Doc ID 260122,
ARMED BOOK CRIME D NIRL REL
+Cork mailcoach plunderers. +Kilworth arms =Stopford,Rev. +Blarney
=Blair,Bryan =Cowan,Wm. =M''Shane,James
=Chamberlaine,Judge Lord Lieutenant hostages peace clemency outrages
=Donaldson,William =Clarke,Alex. habeas corpus act =Clarke,John
=Donnelly,James =M''Donnell,Charles =Best,Mary =Marshall,David
=Dunshee,Margaret. statute burned hand =M''Namara,Hugh =Moreland,Mary
=George,Baron =O''Neill,Owen burglary =Kigan,William. =M''Glade,Bryan
=Hanlon,Pat. =Water,Owen =Kelly,Laurence =Brynes,Henry free pardon
=Harvisy,Daniel =Harvisy,Pat. =Luckey,Arthur. =Rock,Bryan =Cunningham,Bryan
=M''Ever,Terence =Barton,Susanna 1 Nov. =Moffit,John =Quin,Bryan =Cowan,James
=M''Kenna,Bernard. =Hughes,James =Irwin,Montrose =Bartrim,Robert =Clarke,Alex
=M''Nally =Day,Justice witnesses discharged 22 May. +Armagh =Downes,Justice
=Montgomery,Michael drinking toast =Hare,Bernard =Tool,John =Main,John
=Morgan,Mr. =Lyons,Mr. +Rathcoole =Smithwick,Michael =Apjohn,Michael
=Murray,Francis =Boyle,Martin =Kerr,Samuel =Allen,John hanged 17 Apr.
=Ogle,John. +Dublin 27 privy council castle +Wicklow memorial magistrates
=Rutherford,A. =Rutherford,W. +Fodeen Co. =Read murder =Connor felony
=Wall,Archdeacon +Limerick =Greene custody +Thomas!St. =Swan,Justice
=Willson,John =Wilkinson,Charles =Sinnamon,Robert =McEnally,Murtagh.
Lent assizes +Kildare +Naas 20 24 offences administering illegal oaths
Newgate 24 > Harp of +Erin >. printing materials.
assault. =Gaddis,John =Lawson,David high treason United Irishman
prison. =Aldborough,Earl/of confinement 28 +Cutpurse!Row detected 1783
purpose. benefit clergy =Mitchell,Francis =Connor,John assault house
seducing soldiers allegiance =Keogh,Philip convicted statute seditious
April 6, 1798, Page 2, Doc ID 260179: ALCO
ARMED BOOK CRIME D LINEN NIRL RIOT
26 =M''Kenzie,Wm. apprentice =Lyle,Thomas merchant. 28 =Bristow,Wm/Rev.
28 =Kirkwood,Thomas =Campbell,James =Boyd,Andrew =Miller,John 4 husband
=Ball,Counsellor =Rogers,John +Unshenough Co. +Antrim 30 July 1794. damned
=Barlow,James muslin handkerchiefs =Boyle,James =Boyle,Ann 17 Mar. mold
=Bell,Counsellor =Stewart,Nancy insulting language =Reynolds,James
=Boyd,A. =Neilson,James =Carnaghan,Samuel. 12 Mar. =Taylor,Wm/Henry 11
=Clarke,Eneas =Martin,John =Law,Samuel =Hudson,Charles =Martin,William.
=Courtney,Joseph =Carleton,Cornelius =Whitford,Alexander. =Longmoore,Mathew
=Cuppage,Thomas =M''Gildowney,Charles. =Butler,Norton =Mathewson,Peter
=Downes,Justice =Kirk,Wm/Sir =Shaw,Francis =M''Cartney,John =Anderson,Hugh
=Gawly,William assembling riotous manner +Crumlin demolishing windows.
=Hamilton,Robert =M''Gowan,Robert =Bradshaw,Robert =Roy,John =Farrell,Owen/Pte.
=Hanna,Robert =Kennedy,John =M''Clurkan,Thomas =White,James =M''Culla,Michael
=Howe,John =Wallace,Robert =Ehler,Robert =Carleton,Cornelius
=Leslie,Col. artillery barracks =Barber,Gen. =Carrol,William =Crab
=Lowry,Stewart +Peter''s!Hill. constitution book proclamation Lord
=M''Aleece,Daniel horse =Lennon,Bernard =M''Featridge,Sam.
=M''Clean,Charles. administering unlawful oath =King,Patrick soldier
=M''Conkey,Edward linen yeomanry =Mays,George booty =Higginson,Thomas/Rev.
=M''Gilrath,Hugh =M''Guck,Hugh. =M''Guck,Bridget =Kelson,John +Clough 11
=M''Ilhair,Samuel cask =Barkley,Wm. +Ballymena =Peaden,John assault
=Maguire 11 Aug. =Maine,Counsellor =Rorison,William kill son. daughter
=Maine,Counsellor Christmas assist French allegiance court-martial.
=Owens,Robert =Brownrigg,John =Dumfy,William +Fifeshire Fencibles. rioting
=Radcliffe,James. courthouse flogged +Belfast =Sweeny,Jane =Henry,Mary
=Rourke,Ann =M''Guicken,Hugh =M''Kendry,Archibald 26 Dec. +Armoy
=Shearer,William. =Sherrard,William murder =Rorison,Margaret =Rorison,John
=Simpson,Robert =Blair,Andrew =Matcherin,H.
=Downs false imprisonment
=Smyth,John =Steel,James =Leeper,Maxwell =Adrain,John silver watch woollen
=Watson,James =Hull,David =M''Kinstry,Henry Catholic =Johnson,William.
=Weir,Geo =Beck,James =Mays,William =Crossey,John =Hull,George. 1 Nov.
=Whiteford,Alexander =Hewitt,John. =Wilson,Robert =Morgan,Eleanor indicted
Co. +Antrim assizes +Carrickfergus 2 court =Delacherois,Samuel =Stewart,Philip
assault =M''Cann,Robert =Bryans,Joseph =Bryans,William =Bryans,Francis.
base coin Spanish dollars =Greenfield,Robert. =Davis,Francis +Belfast
clay casting guineas =Boyd,E/D. hanged 1 June. 3 =George,Baron
dispute =Wauchope =Skeffington =Storey,James brother =Hughes,Henry
goods stealing =Quigly,Edward +Glenavy 25 Sept. jury pleaded statute
manslaughter =Storey,John printer =Martin,George =Dunlap,John.
militia. 30 1796 quartered United Irishman =Reel,Cpl. =Atkinson,=Kelly
prisoner justice peace shopkeeper court =Frazer,Simon. =Bellew,Matthew
silversmith =Dobbs,Richard/Rev. =Cox,Henry =M''Clean,Adam. defence
transported. =Simpson,Elizabeth +Lisburn =Caldwell,Jane =Clerk,Robert
yarn flax gown =M''Carnaghan,Daniel =Morgan,Helen. 29 Jan. =Leckey,Jeremiah
April 13, 1798, Page 2
George Tufts, JOHN BLAIR,
and George Shillady, were indicted for assaulting and robbing William
McGowan in Rathfryland.---Acquitted.
April 13, 1798, Page 2, Doc ID 260224:
ARMED CRIME D NIRL
+Ballycarret =Lowry,James pilloried =M''Cartney,John =M''Cana,James
+Carlow =Kennedy =Glass,Isaac =M''Kibbin,Thos. =M''Cleery,Henry =Saul,Wm.
+Donegal restored order tranquility +Letterkenny damages battery.
+Down assizes 9 =Ward,Henry =Pepper,Nicholas =Lindsay,Samuel =Chambers,Joseph
+Tillylish!Bridge =Cowan,Ann +Magarrety =Conn,John punch naggin fustians
=Atkinson,Thos. hanged 28 =Johnston,William 21 =Magennis,Edward =Parker,James
=Bailie,Wm. =Mulrea,Wm. =Fleming,Wm/Sr. =Fleming,Wm/Jr. =M''Namara,Bernard
=Bryson,Andrew =Armstong,Francis. =Fallon,Francis =Frazer,Richard =Shaw,D.
=Carlisle,James artillery high treason +Dublin writ. habeas corpus
=Chambers,John =Hughes,Samuel. robbers Catholics =M''Creat,Billy =Bright,Geo.
=Crookshank,Justice +Aughnacloy distringasses =Chatterton,Sgt. =Bryan,John
=Dillon,Patrick +Limerick. +Belfast =Doyle,Thomas suttling-house +Breadalbane
=Garran,Wm. =Mills,John =Lavery,Nocher =Maxwell,John =Closkey,Jos. =Query,John
=Gleeson,Laurence. +Carlow militia United Irishmen =Farrell,James oath
=Gordon,Hugh =Moorecroft,Mathew =Spence,James =Woods,James =Murdoch,Wm.
=Lindsay,Thomas =Walker,Thomas =Broom,John =Lynch,Thomas. =Smith,Henry
=M''Clure,Theophilus/Sr. =M''Clure,Theophilus/Jr. =Wightman,John =Orran,Wm.
=M''Quead,John =Donelly,Pat. =Black,James =Finegan. =Blair =Gillese
=Magennis,Priest =Tufts,George =Blair,John =Shilllady,George
=Mullan,Daniel. =M''Clelland,David =Kean,James/Pte +Derry =Hagan,Mary
=Parker,John =Parker,Samuel. =Magill,Edward indicted =M''Bride,John 12
=Patterson,James =Patterson,John. croping ears maiming =Hamilton =Orr,William
=Richey,Andrew =Murphy,Pat. =Rogers,John =Doran,Nicholas +Omagh.
=Robinson,William =Smih,John =Kean 10 =M''Intyre,John 1 +Blaris seduce
=Ruddy,Felix banditti Rackers atrocity +Ardstraw =Chambers,Capt. +Lifford
=Torney,Thomas =Huiston,Thomas =Metcalf,William =O''Pree,Thomas.
=Warren,James =Harper,William =Harper,John =M''Mullan,James =Robinson,James
Orangemen =Raverty,John =Pepper =M''Cardel =Whiteside,George. Romans
Regiment +Argyle vilating King =Ouzely,Capt. lashes hospital =Latouche,Col.
head =Chambers,James blacksmith grime disguised magistrate =Hamilton,Mr.
property value +Ballynacorry armed men. pistol horse surrender whip spurs
receiving stolen goods. =Morgan,Thomas =Carr,Richard =Lines,Wm.
seditious purposes. =Montgomery,Jane perjury =Milliken,William murder wife
sheet =Gribbin,John. =Tole,Patrick =Morris,Neal =Derry,Edmund
soldier +Tipperary =Christien Sept. +Woodend +Strabane respite =Pattison,John
swore =Magennis,Roger yeomanry =Tigh,Mr. =Tracey,Mr. markethouse rescuing
woollens calicoes +Drumadonald. military =Shaw,Jane +Rathfriland =M''Credy,Mr.
wounded cavalry Orange Wreckers =Car,Wm. =Weir,James =Liggit,Wm. =M''Clusky
July 10, 1798, Page 4
The Earl of Carhampton, as Governor of teh Co-Dublin, has caused
Colonel Vesey, Captain Wynne, M. P. Francis MacFarland, and THOMAS
BLAIR, Esqrs. Justices of the peace, with other magistrates in that
district, to receive surrenders of insurgents, or United Irishmen--and his
Lordship, with a laudable anxiety to rescue the deluded from their
rebellious infatuation, also accepts the submission of persons of that
tranquility of the North seems to be completely re-established: nor do we
hear of any considerable tendency to disturbance in Munster: the situation of the Western Province will be best understood
from the following Proclamation of the gallant and humane Nobleman whose
name it bears:
a time when other parts of the kingdom are laid waste, and destroyed by
Military Operations, and great numbers of deluded people have either
fallen in battle, suffered by the severe but just sentence of the law, are
banished from their homes and families, or are wandering about as wretched
fugitives, the peaceable conduct of the generality of the province of
Connaught, has secured to its inhabitants the blessings of peace, and the
happiness which real liberty affords them, under the protection of a
lenient Government, disposed to give them every protection against the
outrages of an unnatural and disgraceful Rebellion, provoked by evil and
designing men, who, to serve their own private ends, have led to ruin
those who have unthinkingly joined them.
exhortation to a continuance of good order and obedience to the laws, can
operate so forcibly on the minds of the inhabitants of the Western
District, as a fair comparison between the Province of Connaught, at the
present period--and that of those counties where Rebellion has shown
itself, and where it will long be traced by the ruin and bloodshed which
has marked its course.
same motives which inflict punishment on the few persons who have involved
themselves in treasonable crimes, in this District, will ensure protection
to those who shall demean themselves peacably.
who have been seduced by evil persuasion, or who from obstinacy, have
declined to come forward to renounce their error, are entreated to repair
their fault, by a speedy confession of it.
proof of their guilt be brought against them by any other means, my duty
will compel me to make severe examples.
"CLANRICARDE, Lieut. Gen. "
Loughrea, June 27, 1798
July 31, 1798, Page 4, Doc ID 270488, D NEUR
NGB SHIP WAR
+London Gazette >. +Parliament!St. 21 =Dundas,Henry =Coote,Eyre/Maj/Gen.
+Douay +Fort!l''Escarpe =Hilbert,Lt. =Wheatley,Capt. =Bean,Capt.
20 +Bruges fleet Horse Artillery. +Ghent +Dunkirk 44th sand hills
=Burrard,Harry/Maj/Gen. =Jobernes,Mr. 23 June +Ostend =Williamson,Capt.
=Cumberland,Capt. 83rd =Nixon,Cornet 7th =Jarvis,Surgeon. =Twiss,Col.
=Cunningham,Col. =Skinner,Maj. =Walker,Capt. =Gilham,Lt. +Sussex +Dover
=Evans,Capt. =Aylmer,Capt/Lt. =Blair,Lt.
=Collyer,Lt. =M''Lean,Lt. =Newman,Lt.
=Gibbs,Capt. =Grant,Lt. =Fenwick,Lt. =Maxwell,Lt. =Elton,Lt. =Parlet,Surgeon
=Gibbs,Capt. =Halkett,Capt. =Lowen,Mr. volunteer return 17th 1st 2nd 3rd
=Hely,Col. Foot =Duff,Capt. =Wisdom,Mr. =Belding,Mr. $Circe =Thorlet,M.
=Lloyd,Lt. =Cotton,Lt. =Cortland,Lt. =Roberts,Lt. =Martin,Lt. =Purson,Lt.
=Ogilvie,Lt. =Simpson,Ensign =Cromie,Ensign =M''Kenzie,Ensign =Knight,Capt.
=Stephens,Capt. =Miller,Ensign =Fullelove,Surgeon =Sirce,Capt. =Martin,Capt.
=Talbot,Lt/Col. =Bradford,Capt. =Bury,Capt. =Halket,Capt. =Hanson,Lt.
=Vischer,Capt. =Williamson,Capt. =Thorley,Brig/Maj. =Cliften,Lt.
=Warde,Lt/Co. =Boone,Lt/Col. =Great/Britain,King/of =Muscar,Commandant
=Williams,Lt. =Cobb,Surgeon =Gillham,Lt. prisoners.
=Wilson,Capt. =Godfrey,Capt. =Simpson,Lt. =Hughes,Lt. =Holcroft,Lt.
=Winthrop,Capt. =Bradby,Capt. =M''Kellar,Capt =Bradby,Lt. destroyed
cannon enemy =Campbell,Col. =Duff,Capt. =Aylmer,Capt/Lord ferry =Calcraft,Col.
exertions troops =Grey,Charles/Gen/Sir. +Margate 23rd 49th Grenadiers
retreat =Donkin,Maj. +Bredin +Blankenburgh road sea 22nd ships-of-war
sharp shooters =Brownrigg,Lt. engineers sluices +Bruges canal. 11th 23rd
surgeon 19. May =Popham,Home/Capt. success expedition squadron command
September 11, 1798, Page 2, Doc ID 274029 NEUR NGB WAR
=Armstrong,Maj. =Sieri,Capt. =Martin,Capt. =Evans,Capt. =Knight,Capt.
=Aylmer,Capt/Lord. =Manners,Lt. =Pierson,Lt. =Williams,Lt. =Cobb,Surgeon
=Coote,Gen. recovered wound +Ostend prisoners 20 May =Burrard,Maj/Gen.
=Cotton,Lt. =Cortlandt,Lt. =Roberts,Lt. =Donkin,Maj. 44th 49th
=Gibbs,Capt. =Aylmer,Capt/Lt. =Blair,Lt.
=Collyer,Lt. =Maclean,Lt. =Newman,Lt.
=Gilham,Lt. volunteer +Sussex =Fullilove,Surgeon. =Selway,Quartermaster
=Halkett,Capt. =Bradford,Capt. =Hill,Lt. =Hanson,Lt. =Visscher,Lt. =Lloyd,Lt.
=M''Kellar,Capt. =Askew,Lt. =Cole,Lt. =Copplestone,Mastersmate. =Nesbit
=Marsh =Arnott =Roberts =Beldon =Smith,Midshipman. =Longwell,Midshipman
=Maxwell,Lt. =Simpson,Ensign =Mills,Ensign =Cromie,Ensign =M''Kenzie,Ensign
=Nixon,Cornet general staff Royal Artillery. =Wilson,Capt. =Godfrey,capt.
=O''Reilly,Midshipman =Carncross,Midshipman =Rothwell captain clerk. 11th
=Ogilvie,Lt. =Armstrong,Lt. =Hely,Lt. =Grant,Lt. =Campbell,Lt. =Elton,Lt.
=Paulett,Surgeon. 23rd =Talbot,Lt/Col. =Skinner,Maj. =Bury,Capt.
=Simpson,Lt. =Clifton,Lt. =Hughes,Lt. =Holcroft,Lt. =Ilbert,Lt. =Brownrigg,Lt.
=Wheatley,Capt. =Armstrong,Capt. =Bean,Capt. =Duff,Capt. =Stephens,Capt.
=Williamson,Capt. =Visscher,Capt. =Thorley,Capt. =Cumberland,M/B/Capt.
engineers Light infantry battalion =Calcraft,Col. =Cunninghame,Col.
September 28, 1798, Page 3, Doc ID
274217: ED NIRL
=Adair,A. =Moore,M. speaking > The Passions >. ode grammar
=Blackwood,J. =Chaplin,W. =Blair,T.
=M''Illherron,Hugh =Craig,A. elocution
=Burleigh,Miss =Willis,A. =Dillon,S. deportment =Finlay,Miss =Adair,M.
=Craig,W. +Southbush =Linn,W. +Larch!Grove =Pipard,S. =Adair,I. =Lamb,W.
=M''Manus,A. =Ker,A. =Finlay,S. =Kirk,M/A. =Cobham,A. =Wheeler,T. =Ker,R.
=M''Naughten,C/E. suavity manners catechisms Christianity.
prose poetry =Moore,I. =Miller,T. =M''Golphin,I. =Crooks,W. =M''Farlane,I.
public examination +Carrickfergus English school =Kirk,L/I. =Wheeler,E.
February 1, 1799, Page 3, Doc. ID: 254970: AD CLOTH
+Magillagan rabbit skins =Blair,Thos.
March 5, 1799, Page 2
We hear that ROBERT BLAIR, Esq. his
Majesty's Solicitor General in Scotland, succeeds Lord Swinton, as one of
the Judges in the Court of Session, and also as one of the Judges in the
High Court of Justiciary.
March 26, 1799, Page 3, Doc. ID 275191: CRIME
+Antrim assizes +Carrickfergus Judges =Kilwarden,Lord =Carleton,Lord.
=Barr,John =M''Meckan,John =Purdy,Robert =Steen,Nathaniel. =Barklie,Mr.
=Blackly''s =Ballentine,Alexander uncle jury guilty hanged body +Lisburn
=Holywell,Henry =M''Cleery,John murder =Davison,Robert +Ballymena 8 June.
=Maxwell,Robert =M''Connell,Humphry breaking. =Lewers,Joseph +Magheragell
=O''Neill,John =O''Scullion,Neill striking head bridle manslaughter.
=Robinson,Hugh +Ballydonnelly 11 Feb. evidence young men forced acquitted.
=Scott,John +Belfast +Ballyclare 14 Dec. watches money. =Maddigan,Edward
Aug. identify =Murphy,John linen =Steel,John 17 Nov. =Boyd,William robbery
flail =Porter,Margaret =Dobbs,Dean/Rev. =Smith,Patrick blood +Ballynure.
hang shot =Blair,Andrew alive =Roderick,Wm.
soldier sworn loyalist. others
infirmary. =Smith,Mathew =Smith,Hugh bar accused stealing guns pistol
killing dangerous weapons stabbed curiosity =Pearson,Margaret. master
witness =Haslett,Mathew black-hole death wounded bleeding. pike butcher
April 5, 1799, Page 2
On Wednesday se'nnight a duel took place at Armagh, between CAPTAIN
LIEUTENANT BLAIR, of the 68th regiment, and Mr. Mitchell of Monaghan, in
consequence of a dispute between the parties the preceding evening.
CAPTAIN BLAIR fired first,
without effect, when Mr. Mitchell fired, and shot his antagonist dead on
the spot. (This is Robert Hunter Blair...see
Aug. 2, 1799 article)
April 23, 1799, Page 4, Doc. ID 275453: ARMED CRIME D LETGEN NIRL
+Armagh fired justice memory late pistol =Leigh,W/J. +Clare 11.
editor > +Belfast Newsletter >. paper 5 affair =Blair,Capt.
=Michel,Mr. (Robert Hunter Blair)
August 2, 1799, Page 2
Began on Monday the 22nd and ended Thursday the 25th July, 1799
.....The following persons were acquitted:
...Robert Mitchell, for the murder of ROBERT
HUNTER BLAIR, at Armagh, on the 27th of March last.
( see April 5th, 1799 article.
September 24, 1799, Page 3, Doc. ID: 266976:
Political ad containing a large list of names, including the following
Blairs. For the complete list
and abstract go to year 1799.
Alexander W. Blair
Daisy!Hill =Heyland,Langford +Bovagh =Patterson,Jas. +Magherafelt.
+Drumcovitt =Spotswood,John +Bellaghy =Henderson,John +Castledawson
+Ireland parliament noblemen freemen freeholders =Darcus,John mayor =Hill,G/F.
+Learmont =Ogilby,Leslie +Dungiven =Young,Alex. +Culkeeragh =Hunter,Nat.
+Prehen =Gage,Marcus +Bellarena =Lyle,Hugh +Coleraine =M''Causland,Dom.
=Babington,Richard/Rev. =Babington,Rich/Sr. =M''Clintock,Wm. =Thackarey,Elias
=Balfour,Wm. =Gregg,Thos. =Robinson,Arthur =Smith,Oswald =M''Elwaine,Rich.
=Beresford,John foreman =Hill,George/F/Sir =Ferguson,Andrew
=Boggs,Ninian =Valentine,James =Colhoun,James =Kennedy,J/P/Rev.
=Brown,Hugh =Casey,Philip. =Neilson,Thomas =Hollands,John =Hamerton,Robert
=Carey,George =Colhoun,John =Morrison,John. =Wellington,John =Edgar,Alexander
=Coningham,Dickson =Grayson,Anthony =Carey,G. +Castle!Carey =Curry,S/Jr.
=Curry,Jos. =Curry,John =Macky,W. =Thompson,J. =M''Crea,Jas. =Porter,David
=Daniel,Alex. =Patterson,Wm. =Major,A. =Goodson,Samuel =Major,S. =Curry,Sam.
=Ecles,George =Patterson,Wm/Jr. =Fleming,James =Moore,James =Whittaker,Jos.
=Ewing,Charles =Miller,Robert =Buchanan,John =Buchanan,Robert =M''Caddon,Daniel
=Flanagan,Edmund =Mardock,W/H/Rev. =Macklin,James =Montgomery,S/Rev.
=Gamble,Robert =Ewing,John =Rutherford,Matthew =Murrin,James =Ross,Sam.
=Gouldsbury/F/Rev. =Newburgh,Thomas =Smith,George. =Hamilon,Robert
=Graham,Ezekiel =Harold,David =Walsh,John =M''Colgan,John =Hill,John/Rev.
=Gray,Robert =Stevenson,Arch. =Wilson,Stephen =Law,Wm. =Magill,James
=Gwyn,John =Cochran =Murray =Bond,Fred. =Shaw,Matt. =Haslett,George
=Hart,John +Ballymagard. =Gillespie,John =M''Elhinny,Robert =Ball,John
=Hill,Marcus/S. =Bean,David =Waugh,William =Alison,Andrew =Durnin,Patrick
=Hill,R/G. =Alexander,Wm. =Young,Alexander =Harvey,John =Thomson,James
=Horner,Leon. =Dysart,W. =M''Connell,G. =Wilson,J. =Scott,Thos.
=Huffington,William =M''Bride,John =Lochry,John. =Kerr,Robert =M''Elhinney,John
=Hume,J. =Alexander,H. =Ferguson,And. =Knox,Andrew =Schoales,A.
=Jones,John =Sterling,Wm. =M''Clintock,Rob. +Dunmore =M''Causland,Oliver/Rev.
=M''Caddon,Robert =M''Cready,Samuel. =Hattrick,Andrew =Blair,Alexander/W.
=M''Causland,Conolly +Fruithill =Scott,James +Wilisborough. =Knox,Andrew
=M''Causland,Rob. =Acheson,James +Oaks =Hill,Rowley/G. =Thompson,James
=M''Cool,David =Blair,James =M''Shane,Andrew.
=M''Farland,Wright =Butler,James =Stewart,David =Lindsay,John =Rea,John
=M''Feely,John =M''Neill,William =Jones,Thomas =Richey,Thomas =Scott,James
=M''Garvey,Ezekiel =Kennedy,Hugh =Graham,William. =M''Divitt,Robert
=Magill,J/Jr. =Murrin,Thomas =Edgar,James =Davies,Mark =O''Donnell,Charles
=Maxwell,Rich. +Birdstown =Maxwell,Wm. =Moore,Edward =Bennett,Stephen
=Misaroon,William =M''Kim,John =M''Corkell,Wm. =Cuseaden,Alex. =Anderson,Thomas
=Montgomery,Sam. =Curry,George =Babington,H. =Charleton,George
=Moore,Alexander =Ingram,James =Brown,William =Doak,Anthony.
=Murray,Edward =Keys,George =M''Carter,James. =Harkin,John =Thisile,James
=Patterson,Tho. =Ferguson,John sheriffs legislative union +Great!Britain.
=Porter,Preston =Porter,James =Lecky,Alex. +Milton!Lodge =Preston,Thomas
=Preston,James/Jr. =M''Cunn,Alexander =Caulfield,Henry =Bradley,Cornelius
=Quin,Thomas =M''Elhinny,David =Lithgow,James =Ellis,William =Waugh,Thomas
=Schoales,Adam =Coningham,R. =M''Intire,R. =M''Clintock,H. =Gilmour,J.
=Schoales,James =Schoales,J. =Black,Thos. =Dougherty,C. =Beatty,And.
=Scott,Wiliam =M''Divitt,Daniel =M''Elwee,Charles =Foy,Timothy.
=Sterling,James =Hart,Robert =Chichester,Rev/Dr. =M''Clintock,A/Rev.
=Walsh,Thomas =Harward,J. =Beatty,Thomas =Galbraith,James =Hay,John
=Warren,William =M''Ilhinny,James. =Scott,Wm. =Galbraith,Andrew =Craig,Thomas
=Wilson,John =Lawder,Hume/Rev. =Gordon,Wm. =Armstrong,T. =Black,Robert/Rev.
Catholic bishop =Smyth,John/A. =Preston,James =Young,Rev/Dr.
union grand jurors city Co. +Londonderry summer assizes declaration
September 27, 1799, Page 1
City and County of Londonderry.
A Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland having been
recommended from the Throne to the consideration of the Houses of
Parliament in both Kingdoms, and his Majesty having been graciously
pleased to express his desire that the Measure should be decided on
agreeably to the wishes, and conformably to the interest of his Subjects
in both Countries,---NOW WE, the undersigned Noblemen, Freemen,
Freeholders, and Inhabitants of the City and County of Londonderry,
consider ourselves called on to declare our matured and deliberate
conviction, that an entire Incorporate Union of the Legislatures of Great
Britain and Ireland on terms of equity and mutual advantage, would
eminently promote the general prosperity of this Kingdom, give confidence
and security to the loyal and well-affected, would gradually extinguish
local prejudices and religious animosity, and essentially contribute to
the strength and safety of the Empire.
The Committe appointed to submit the foregoing Declaration to the
consideration of the Noblemen, Freemen, Freeholders, and Inhabitants of
the City and County of Londonderry, have returned the following LIST of
person, who have approved and subscribed the same.
Patterson, John Ferguson, Sheriffs.
William Blair Sr.
list of other names below:
+Airydren =Thompson,R. +Golony =Campbell,Jas. +Ballaneady =Thompson,Geo.
+Balloughanedon =Hargan,Robert =Feries,Lawrence =Richie,Wm. =Whiteside,J.
+Ballybush =Eken,John +Drinnurer. =Eken,Joseph =Dagall,G. =Semple,John
+Ballycomclargy =Long,Henry +Dunronan =Long,Alexander =Johnston,Michael
+Ballygartra =Waid,Nixon =Morrison,James +Binn =Miller,W. +Strahall
+Ballygillen =Brookes,Thomas =Brookes,William =Bradley,John +Tillinkey
+Ballyglee =Archer,Robert +Ballyriff =Carey,William =Caldwell,Hugh +Drumsaney
+Ballymoyle =Wilson,William. =Johnston,M. =Forsythe,Adam =Woods,James
+Ballymullagan =Boden,John +Lechra =Lee,John +Dunamoney =Cosholy,B. +Druminad
+Ballynagar =Redsein,Benjamin. +Mulaoy =M''Guckin,Edw. +Drumrainy
+Ballynairt =Brar,William +Deryannagh =Atteron,John +Ballymycar
+Ballyneal. =M''Carroll,W. +Tamnadose =Shippard,John +Ballymuskan
+Ballyscullin =Drake,John =Sheil,John +Castledawson =Steele,Robert =Tomb,David
+Ballytreal =Shippard,Sam. +Ballydamell. =M''Grackian,H. +Ballydonnell
+Balyronah =Dilly,John. +Megarey =M''Whery,J. =Kane,Edward =Clarke,Samuel
+Belackney =M''Manus,Joseph =Thompson,Alexander =Thompson,Robert =Ross,Robert
+Belechrey. =Stirling,Charles =O''Mullan,Thomas =O''Kane,Daniel =O''Kane,John
+Bellagharty =M''Masta,Samuel +Ballysogey =Adams,Hugh +Ballymulhea
+Belleview =Gilliam,Wm. =M''Farland,Robt. +Maughermore =Sloan,Alex. +Killylane
+Camus =Lowell,Iresusis/Rev. archdeacon =Eaglisdon,W. +Dumbo =Hamill,Jas/Jr.
+Carrokeel. =Cochran,Richard =M''Clean,J. +Desertlin =Robinson,Jas. =Wright,J.
+Clagan =Jameson,J. =Miller,Jas. +Tirglason =M''Donagh,Mich.
+Clegan =Armett,Joseph. =Long,James =Sherard,David =Blair,Samuel
+Culbane =Dickson,Paul =Brady,John =Junkin,Ham. =M''Atier,William =Steel,John
+Derryoh =Hopkins,James =Wilson,Samuel =Steele,James =Boyd,John =Cannon,Wm.
+Derrywere =Watt,Wm. =Watt,Joseph =Watt,Robert +Scriean. =Rogers,Robert
+Dreenan =Mullhollon,John. =Hendry,Francis =Hendry,Henry =Diamond,Daniel
+Drimard =Carpenter,R. =Drake,Hugh =Hill,Charles =Hill,Sam. =M''Kown,John
+Dromacorney =Atkinson,Rt. =Scott,Samuel =Hunter,William +Carrick
+Drumard =Scott,J. =Donaghy,E. +Dulosky =Cannon,J. +Ballindrum =Miller,T.
+Drumnany =Dally,Simon. +Ballyronan =Cogran,Chas. +Ballyleford =Foster,J.
+Drumond =Reynolds,James +Doaghe =Ray,Robert. +Carnowry =Ray,Samuel =Snell,J.
+Drumvally =Robinson,George =Macnamara,Wm. =Connell,David =Robinson,Wm.
+Dumadrean =M''Closky,Rich. =Livingston,Samuel =Retekie,John +Straid.
+Dungillion =Levy,Thos. +Tullanee =Gillespie,Wm. +Longfield =Major,Alex.
+Dungorkin =Maklon,Thomas =Gibson,James =Huey,William =Christy,Stuart
+Farn!Hill =M''Guicken,B. =Cox,George
+Glenlough =Dunn,R. +Legahurry =Cathers,J. =Long,Wm. +Ervey =Long,Robt.
+Glenlough =Thompson,W. +Goshadon =Thompson,W/Jr. =Ross,Robert
+Killunaght =Hamilton,Jas. +Gulney =Hunter,Wm. +Letterlegher. =Gibson,Thos.
+Killycor =M''Donagh,G. +Laughtelube =White,James +Ballaghnedan +Tinglason
+Knowl =Caston,Michael =Mouson,Wm. =Eakin,D. +Litelocher =Toome,Joseph
+Largepeagh =M''Knogher,Mich. =Colhoun,John =Kyle,John/Jr. =Kyle,John/Sr.
+Linnamanon =Keenan,George +Jamnadore =Orr,J. =Steel,Ninian =Glenholmes,H.
+Lisnamarra =Hog,A. =Hutcheson,Roger =Patterson,T. +Mullabeg =Williams,Arth.
+Lisnamonow =M''Kinny,John +Ballyriff =Loudon,Wm. +Drumina =Harbeson,Hen.
+Little!Derry =Scott,Robert =Scott,John =Forsythe,John =Heyland,Hugh.
+Lovey =M''Elhatten,Pat. =M''Fannany,John =M''Elhatten,Mich. =M''Elhatten,Thomas
+Lower!Camsey =Gaey,John/Jr. =Gillilan,Robt/Jr. =Gillilan,John
+Macosquin =Thompson,John. =Patterson,Samuel =Patterson,William =Murphy,Peter
+Magherafelt =Brown,Thomas =Woods,John +Tamnadowy
+Magranachan =Drumahay,William =Dougherty,Edward =M''Clary,William =Lee,Arthur
+Milltown =Thompson,James. =Hill,Robt. =Rice,Thomas =M''Elwaine,James
+Mowillon =Corr,Pat. +Drummullan =Conway,E. =Thompson,J. +Ballindrum.
+Moymecelmurry =M''Kee,David +Dunarnon. =M''Kee,John =Hynds,Peter +Dreemina
+Mulkeragh =Church,John +Oatlands =Marcer,Jn. =Gillespie,H. =Sherrard,James
+Ordgorsan =Deermond,Wm. +Wallworth =Laughlin,Wm. =Cathers,John +Drohoris
+Pitt. =Fowler,Isaiah =Fowler,Archibald =Long,Oliver =Oliver,Henry
+Ringerell =Jameson,R/Sr. +Kincull =Morrison,Wm. =Morrison,Charles
+Silverhill =George,J. =Smyth,James =Soden,Clot. +Maghera. =Clerk,Alexander
+Tamnlaron =M''Cleland,Joseph =Limerick,G. =Knox,John =Hutton,Alex. +Hap
+Tegole =Crag,James +Ballygud =Cams,Wm. +Tigude =Huey,Wm. =Dougherty,George
+Tircreena =Linton,William +Cloony =Cannon,Patrick =M''Hollen,Pat. +Tircreevan
+Tobbermore =Gage,Marcus =Torrens,T. +Ramlaghtard =Ross,Daniel =Fleming,Wm.
+Tully =Jameson,G. +Gottagerty =Burnett,H. +Langfield
+Tullybrisland =Deeny,James =Scott,And. +Tamnymore =Eakin,David =Inch,Randle
+Turlanee =Duddy,D. +Carnakilly =Emerson,J. +Derryaskin =Gillispie,Wm. +Drumay
=Adair,Samuel. +Ballyglish =Lenox,Henry =Hutchinson,J. =Hutcheson,James
=Adams,Archibald =Fulton,George =Atkinson,Archibald =Stafford,George.
=Adams,Wm/Sr. +Ballymakeever =Morrison,J. +Tergoland =Thompson,R. =Kearns,Hugh
=Alexander,John =M''Keenan,P. +Mullahinch =Gray,John =Dempsey,James =Boyd,John
=Allen,William =Magee,Henry. =Magee,William =Loughbridge,George
=Anderson,William =Rodgers,Thomas. =Mearns,Joseph =M''Kenny,S. +Lissanamuck
=Arbuckle,Geo. =Williams,T. +Listress =Roddin,Thomas =Knobs,T.
=Armor,John =Anderson,William. =M''Kown,James =M''Kown,Wiliam =Arill,William
=Armstrong,Robt. =Lenox,John =Boyle,Henderson =Laughlin,T. +Oynbeg
=Armstrong,Wm. +Megargy =Armstrong,James =Stinton,Hugh +Drumsainy
=Arthur,Christ. +Tortenkellyn =Kinnin,David =Ross,William =Blair,John
=Baird,J. +Tamninagh =M''Laughlin,J. +Kilkatin =Dunn,Robert +Lisetress
=Ballaughenedon =Hamilton,Samuel =M''Feely,Thomas =Connor,John =Ferguson,James
=Bankhead,Charles =Holland,S. +Coolasinny =Blackall,J. +Faughanvale
=Barnett,Alexander =Boyd,Thomas/F. =Guassan,D. =Dawson,R. =Badger,James
=Bay,James =M''Cown,Henry =M''Orlean,Henry =Hendry,Henry =Walkinshaw,Hugh
=Beatty,Edward. =Reynolds,Thomas =Nodwell,Mat. +Tullinkerry =Gillin,Edward
=Bennen,William =Bennen,David =Bennen,Joseph =Hopkin,James. =Lynd,Charles
=Bere,William +Dromlamp =Fulton,William =Hipson,James +Banagh =Murphy,Jas.
=Blacker,Dean/Rev. +Derrynoyd =Torrens,Andrew =Young,Gardiner =Stevenson,John
=Blackheath,John/H. =Orr,James +Keily =Orr,James =Orr,Henry +Ballybittan
+Temple =Gatt,R. =Heyland,Richard/Sr.
=Blair,William/Sr. =Brooks,John +Kellky.
=Booth,Christopher =Quigley,Daniel =Simpson,William +Limamaw =Woods,Hugh/Sr.
=Boyle,J. =M''Closky,Pat. =Feeny,Wm. =M''Elver,T. =Dunlap,Dan. =M''Cleland,W.
=Boyle,James =Henderson,Hugh =Boyle,Hugh +Cashell =Boyle,John =Boyle,Hugh/Jr.
=Boyle,Patrick =Roxborough,R. +Tulentrain =Miller,Mich. =Minteeth,R.
=Bradley,Richard =Dowdle,Jhn =Dowdle,Nathaniel =Dowdle,Arch. =Hinton,Thomas
=Brasley,Joseph =Redcairn,Joseph +Mullaboy =Lenox,Edward =Fullerton,William
=Brook,Robert =Waterson,John +Lisnamonow =Woods,Robert =Scott,Edward
=Brown,Alex. =Clarke,Wm/Sr. =Williams,Isaac =Rice,Wm. =Berkely,Hugh.
=Brown,Henry +Tamnadowy =Brown,Hugh +Tullinkerry =Stinton,Robert =Duncan,D.
=Browne,James =Gilmore,George =Wallace,Thomas =Gilmore,William =Hunter,John
=Buntin,Anthony =Dickey,John =Aull,Hugh. =Selfridge,R. +Tamlaght =Alcorn,John
=Burke,Charles =Long,John =M''Clelland,Patrick =Smith,W. =Smith,Hugh
=Burnside,M. +Slaughtmanus =Thompson,R. +Gofsadin =M''Eldowns,Jas. =Scott,R.
=Burrowes,Adam. =Rogers,Henry =Dilly,William =Graham,David =Barnett,James
=Burt,Charles. =Burt,Edward =M''Nulla,Patrick =Burt,James =Burt,Bernard
=Burt,Edward/Jr. =Droman,Phelim =Keenan,Arthur =Tohill,Michael =O''Neil,James
=Cairns,Joseph =Cairns,Robert =Akin,James +Maliby =Patchel,E. +Ardground
=Caldwell,Isaac =Huston,Robert. =Oliver,Henry =M''Caughy,John =Swan,Thomas
=Caldwell,Joseph +Ligy =Elder,Henry =Burnett,H. =Fleming,Wm. +Ballylechry
=Campbell,J. +Moymelmurray =Dickey,T. +Ballycomlargy =M''Keown,John
=Campbell,John +Gortimore =Dougherty,P. =M''Loughlin,John =Gilliand,James
=Campbell,R. =Davis,James =M''Garrily,J. +Ballygudden =M''Laughlin,Wm.
=Campbell,Robert =M''Kenna,M. =M''Kenna,Nich. =M''Kenna,James =M''Kenna,Denis
=Carlton,Daniel =Devars,Thomas =Kennedy,Henry =Browne,Windsor =Dickson,William
=Carney,Rich. =Feery,George +Bolyquinn. =Martin,Jn. =Davis,John +Moys
=Carson,John =Hunt,W. =Hunt,Robert =Edwards,James =Henry,William
=Christy,Wm. =Lafferty,Berd. =Adams,James =Lynn,Wm. =Kyle,Thomas
=Clarke,Connoly. +Shanreagh =Ross,Edward =M''Clelland,T. +Drumgavney
=Clarke,John =Clarke,Thomas. =M''Cartney,John =Tomb,Andrew =M''Neill,Neal
=Clarke,William =Armstrong,John =Jennings,Thomas =Vance,James.
=Clerk,Wm/Jr. =Clarke,Alex/Jr. =M''Dowell,S. =Loudon,Francis =Jackson,Luke
=Clide,James =Hodge,James =Lynd,M. =Quig,Andrew =Feeny,James.
=Clyde,Adam +Deredow =Kyle,Oliver =Scott,Abraham =Blair,William
=Cochran,Alex/Jr. =Cochran,James +Doll =Cochran,William =Cochran,John.
=Cochran,Jno. =Moore,Hugh =Hamilton,Arch. =Glasgo,J/Rev. =Bell,John
=Coghran,John +Muff =Ash,John +Tullanee =Stewart,Patrick +Medovon =Walker,Geo.
=Coltburst,Charles =Lecky,John/G. =Orr,Alexander. +Landmore =Morrison,John
=Conolly,Thos. =Beresford,J. =Blaquiere,J. =Richardson,John +Somerseat
=Conroy,Peter =Conroy,John =Conroy,Flory =M''Elhone,John. =M''Elhone,Hugh
=Conwry,James =Murphy,Daniel =M''Kenna,M. =M''Caufield,Patrick =Dugon,John
=Conwry,Patrick =Conwry,Francis. =M''Keighey,A. =M''Ghee,Patrick =M''Ghee,Laugh.
=Corbett,James =M''Guigan,Arthur +Tullinkety =Brown,James. =M''Clernon,Thos.
=Craig,R. +Ballymelanagan. =M''Conaghey,Joseph =Miller,James +Esolngopaugh
=Cramsay,W. +Drumnachargan =Snell,Robert +Drightamore. =M''Guigan,James
=Crawford,Samuel =Hill,J. =Henry,Robert +Fairview =Henry,James =James,R.
=Croset,John +Killyfady =M''Wherry,S. +Ballynagher =M''Carson,Patrick
=Culbert,J. =Eakin,J. +Coolfinny =Moffit,Joseph =Gilfiler,J/Sr. =Quin,Wm.
=Cunningham,John =Morrow,Wm. =Cochran,Wm. =Eakin,Sam. =Montgomery,J. +Strahal
=Cust,Church =Reynolds,Thomas =Ross,William =Ross,Charles =Cain,John
=Davison,John +Ballyneas. =M''Cann,Arthur =Donnelly,Edward =Purse,William
=Davison,Robert =M''Cullough,William =Sampson,John =Crawford,William
=Davison,William =Scott,George =Redfreesm,Ben. =Downing,William =Fenning,James
=Deal,John =M''Cracken,Thomas. =Hamilton,Ralph =M''Clenachan,Robert =Miller,W.
=Dellean,Edward =Farrel,John. =Conwry,Patrick =M''Guire,C. +Broagh
=Denny,Joseph =Mackin,Solomon =M''Crackin,Joseph =Sharkey,John.
=Dick,Joseph/Sr. =Dick,Joseph/Jr. =Forsythe,Alex. +Gertulaw =Ramsay,Jn.
=Dickson,Richard =O''Neill,J. =O''Kane,Patrick =O''Kane,John =Cassidy,John
=Dickson,Thomas =Walsh,John =M''Murdy,John =Young,William =Dawson,Arthur
=Dilly,James. =Mason,Alex. +Killibogan =Donaghy,H. +Ballynogher =Donaghy,John
=Doggett,Thos. +Ballykelly =M''Coak,Matthew =Long,Thos. +Drumswon
=Donaghey,James =Donaghey,Thomas =M''Phillin,John =M''Phillim,James.
=Donaghy,James. =Kane,James =Dougherty,Philip =Dickey,William =M''Laughlin,D.
=Donelly,John =Frolan,Andrew =Frolan,Thomas =Conwry,P. =Henderon,K.
=Donnelly,Dan. =M''Kenna,Roger =M''Kenna,John =Campbell,William =Campbell,James
=Donnelly,J. +Bellaugherty =Dunn,D. =Kerr,John +Lisnagrat =M''Collom,Isaac
=Donnelly,Neal =Boyd,T. =George,Gab. +Druwinar =Loudan,John =O''Neill,H.
=Donneylly,Patrick =Conwry,Patrick. =Conwry,Michael =Conwry,Hugh
=Dougherty,Anthony =Dougherty,James =Long,Joseph =Glen,Mark
=Dougherty,J. =Caldwell,Alex. +Tircreevan =M''Callan,Edward. =Dougherty,M.
=Dougherty,Th. +Ballytoatny =Quig,William +Ballyquin =Steen,William
=Douglass,George =Ash,Robert/Sr. =Ashe,John =Ash,Robert/Jr. =M''Farland,Alex.
=Downing,Daw. =Cooper,James +Killybeny =Lockart,David =Bright,John.
=Downing,George. =Dickson,John =Downing,J. +Loughinshollin =Hunter,Stafford
=Duniar,John =Magarray,James =Bunton,Richard =Lee,Robert. =Brown,Samuel
=Dunlap,Hugh =Buchanan,W. +Maghramore =Miller,A. =Watt,Henry +Crebarky
=Eagan,J. =M''Garrick,J. +Goatnaskea =Knobs,John =Eagan,John/Sr. =Huston,James
=Eakin,Robert =Eakin,William +Twiglason =Eakin,John/Sr. =Ferguson,Thomas
=Eakin,S. =Buchanan,G. +Brunseen =Wilson,Wm. +Ballymattea =Quildin,W.
=Edward,Mat. +Templemoyle =Fisher,James. +Largy =Clarke,H. =Clarke,Sam.
=Ekin,Gabriel +Ballymulligan =M''Elwain,R. =Dougherty,Daniel
=Elliot,Moses +Slatabogy =Johnston,Wm. +Dromlanish =Murphy,John +Innishrush
=Fielding,Ould. =Black,James =Lyle,Samuel =Cromie,John +Canmore
=Fisher,Robert/Jr. =M''Analy,Mathew =Wallace,John =Fisher,John =Workman,Faron
=Fleming,James =Fleming,Samuel =Scott,James
=Fleming,Sam/Jr. =Fleming,Isaac =Haslett,Wm. =M''Cracken,Jacob =Smith,Thomas
=Forrester,William =M''Lees,Denis =Torrens,James =Canning,John =Perry,Samuel.
=Forsyth,Robert,Sr. =Forsyth,Robert/Jr. =Forsythe,John =Henry,James
=Forsythe,John +Hortikelly =Sloan,Matthew =M''Anirlampton,Robt. =Magee,Robert
=Foster,William. +Killynees =M''Kenna,Alex. +Tamnadore =Kane,Bernard
=Frenor,Patrick =Cassidy,Bernard =Cassidy,Thomas =O''Neill,J. +Stranagon
=Frolan,Denis =Heeney,John =Coningham,G/L. +Springhill =Gorman,T. +Moneymore
=George,John =George,James =Hutcheson,Wm. +Ballygust
=George,W. +Ballindawley =Newton,A. +Coagh =Magee,Jas. +Tamlaght =George,M.
=Gibbon,Neal/Jr. =Gibbon,Neal/Sr. =Oliver,Nat. =Oliver,Joseph
=Gibson,William =Law,John +Ballaughenedon =Lee,Thomas +Dunamoney =Clarke,Gab.
=Gillan,John =Browster,Wm. =Browster,Daniel =Callin,T. =Scott,Wm. +Derryakin
=Gillespie,H. =Kirkpatrick,J. +Donnygruer =M''Neill,T. =Ross,Joseph
=Gillilan,David. =Ramage,B. +Cloughole =Scott,Henry =Henry,Mary =Jones,James
=Glasco,Adam. =M''Clelland,Alexander =Orr,Thomas =Donnelly,T. +Moyagol
=Gregg,Paul. =Barber,John =Ross,William =Forsythe,William +Balehary
=Gribbin,Patrick =Crilley,James =Campbell,Francis. =M''Nelsy,Toal
=Guiller,Wm. =Guiller,James =Guiller,Jacob/Sr. =Campbell,Wm. =Polick,Robt.
=Hagan,Thomas +Mullaboy. =M''Kenna,Jas. +Aghagaskin =O''Neill,Henry
=Haggarty,Patrick =M''Laughlin,John. =Moobery,T. =Williams,J. =Kyle,George
=Hamill,Jas. +Englishtown =Thompson,Robt/Rev. +Ballywillin =Hemphill,Curtis
=Hamilton,John +Letterlocher =Deal,John =Miller,John +Cool. =Miller,David
=Haslet,George =Gilispie,John =Church,Paul =Brooke,John =Jackson,Samuel
=Haslett,Henry =M''Cracken,Jacob. =Haslett,James =Haslett,Wm/Jr.
=Haslett,Samuel =Fleming,Samuel/Sr. =Fleming,Wm. =Haslet,Samuel =Haslett,Matt.
=Hawthorn,A. +Oaks =Colhound,J. =Black,Adam +Kildough =M''Carter,Wm.
=Heaney,Joseph +Rahure =Young,David +Bellagherty =M''Intire,Martin
=Hendry,Henry. =M''Gill,Patrick =M''Gill,John =Dinnin,Patrick =M''Tamany,John
=Hendry,Peter =M''Bride,P. =Bradley,Thomas. =M''Kenna,Peter =Lagan,Hugh
=Heyland,Robt/Rev. +Coleraine =Galt,John =Galt,Chas. =Eyre,Ben. =Blacker,Henry
=Higgins,John =Higgins,Nich. =Conwry,John =Mulldown,John =Conwry,Roger
=Holland,John =Holland,James =Dale,James +Ballymuldony.
=Hopkins,William. =Brown,Francis =Stewart,James =Bennett,Francis
=Hunkart,William +Ardmore =Teat,John =Ferguson,John =Horner,John =Woods,John
=Hutcheson,Wm. +Ballyguish =Stewart,J. +Aghagasker =Harris,Robert/Jr.
=Hutchinson,Andrew =Hutchinson,Robert =M''Closky,James =Barr,William =Barr,John
=Hynds,John =Redfein,Rowley =Cama,Adam =Kirkpatrick,T.
=Jackson,Geo. +Jackson!Hall. =M''Causland,Conolly +Fruit!Hill
=Jameson,Alex. =Realley,W. +Burglaran =Really,Robt. =Waller,John =Miller,Hugh
=Jameson,R. +Knocull. =Guilar,Patrick =Guilar,Jacob =Blair,Robert
=Jameson,T. +Ballygudder =M''Tagart,T. =M''Cray,Wm. +Tullomu =Coyle,Thomas
=Jennings,David =Rogers,James =Simpson,Robert =Devlin,John =M''Mullin,Samuel
=Johnkin,Hugh =Goldsfrey,Thomas =Mulholland =Agnew,William +Rownsgift
=Jones,Samuel =Carson,R. +Carmony =Stevenson,Robert =Glendy,S. +Ardnagowng
=Kane,James =Glenn,John =Caldwell,John =Kane,John +Lerrymore =Miscimme,James
=Kenna,Bartholomew =M''Kenna,Neal =Bradley,Michael =M''Kenna,Michael
=Kerr,William =Kennedy,William =Fullerton,Arch.
=King,Andrew. =King,Thomas =James,Arthur =Rodgers,Mark/Sr. =Rodgers,Mark/Jr.
=Knobs,Wm. =Dunn,Wm. =M''Kay,Major =Gallagher,John =Evans,John
=Knox,Robert =Henry,Hugh =Mearns,David =Henry,John. =Moore,Richard
=Knox,Wm/Rev. =Baily,J. +Balleaghan =Baily,A. +Balspan =Balfour,Harrison
=Kyle,Wm/Sr. =Gray,Francis +Boveva =Brown,John =Lowry,Joseph =Lowry,Wm.
=Lagan,Patrick =Lagan,John =M''Kenna,Bernard =M''Hanna,Godfrey =Maguire,James
=Lagan,Tague =M''Kenna,John =Johnston,James =Johnston,Samuel =Anderson,James
=Laughlin,James =Dennis,T. =Laughlin,Geo. =Laughlin,John =Donaghey,Chas.
=Lawrence,Sam. =Hazlet,R/Rev. +Killowin =Church,W. =Church,Robert
=Lee,John +Dunamony =M''Elwaine,John +Ballynull =Sandford,Mathew +Ballyrill
=Leggan,Andrew =Lagan,Francis =Laggan,John =M''Cann,John
=Lessly,John =Knox,David +Dungiven =Roxborough,James =White,John.
=Lilly,William =Lilly,Robert =Johnston,Thomas =Dunn,T. =Sampson,William
=Little,Arch. =Hammond,W. +Ballynagher =Keenas,Owen +Tamnadare =Gilmour,J/Jr.
=Logan,A. +Legohurry =Bond,G. +Ballyarton =Arbuckle,J. +Ballygrote
=Logan,Duncan =Baskly,S. =Hutcheson,R/Sr. +Ballygush =Morrow,Jn. =Booth,James
=Logan,Henry =O''Mullan,John =M''Iver,John =M''Keever,Philip/Sr.
=Long,And. =Richey,George =Eakin,John +Letterlogher =Watt,David. +Palmadon
=Long,Samuel =Murrell,Jn/Jr. =Lowry,Jn. +Drumgawny =Moore,John =Moore,Abraham
=Loughbridge,G/Jr. =Keenan,John =M''Cristal,Dan. +Crany =Forsythe,Dav.
=Loughry,John =Hamilton,W. +Bessbrook =Ross,John =M''Clellean,Thomas
=Love,Robert. =Johnston,John +Ballyheifer =Lenox,James +Aghagaskin
=Lowder,J. +Lisnamara =O''Neil,Ber. +Tamnadowey
=M''Atyre,John =Keightly,John. =Rogers,John +Megargy =M''Kinny,T.
=M''Bride,James =Bradley,Daniel. =Lagon,Thomas =Logan,John =M''Kena,Arthur
=M''Bride,James =Cassidy,James. =M''Guire,Thomas =Cassidy,Francis
=M''Cad,Bernard. =Woods,Hugh =Duncan,William =Brown,William +Ballygush
=M''Cartney,And. +Ballysorar =Wright,W. +Maymecelmurry =Patison,Robert
=M''Causland,D. +Daisy!Hill =Huey,Henry =Bruce,H/Rev. +Finlagan =Ross,Richard
=M''Causland,James =Wright,Samuel =Port,J. =Port,David =Port,James
=M''Clanaghan,James =M''Clanaghan,Robert =Murtland,William =M''Clelland,William
=M''Clatchy,Alex. +Killyben =Godfree,John =M''Andy,James =Collins,James
=M''Clelland,David =M''Laughlin,William =M''Laughlin,James =Hopkins,George
=M''Clelland,J. =Fowler,W. =Fowler,H. =Boyle,Wm. =Boyle,James. =Douglas,John
=M''Closky,Denis +Carne =M''Closky,Bryan +Oville. =Conn,Robert =Williams,Robert
=M''Cloy,Dan. =O''Neil,Dan. =Mulhollon,Francis =M''Erlane,David =Wilson,J.
=M''Conagh,Robt. =M''Conaghy,John =M''Closky,Henry =Lynch,John =M''Gilligan,James
=M''Cordy,P. =Lenox,John +Aghrim =Lenox,Richard =Lenox,G. +Aghagaskin
=M''Corry,Robert =Fennings,Hugh. =Hartley,Thomas =Simpson,Robert =Custer,Ber.
=M''Donagh,Brian =Devermont,Wm. =Neilley,John =M''Farland,John =Morrison,Alex.
=M''Donagh,Owen =Lion,Alex. +Ballinaden =Roxborough,John
=M''Dowell,James =M''Dowell,Robert =M''Eldonney,Hugh
=M''Eldonney,Michael =O''Kane,Peter. =Laughlin,Peter =M''Cusker,M.
=M''Elhatten,Bern. =M''Elhatten,Owen =M''Elhatten,Hugh =M''Elhatten,James
=M''Elhatten,John =M''Elhatten,Hugh. =M''Neil,Arthur =Conwry,Francis
=M''Elroy,William =M''Quinn,James =M''Quinn,Patrick =Adams,Joseph. =Stuart,Henry
=M''Elwain,William =Fanning,A. +Tirmineny =Spotswood,Tho. +Ballyscullin.
=M''Fecters,W. +Mallaby =Miller,James +Brackfield =Thompson,H. =Dunn,A.
=M''Garvey,Edward =Stitt,John +Gortagilly =M''Cleery,R. =Lenox,Thomas +Tullinkog
=M''Ghee,John =M''Cagney,Pat. =Scullin,Peter =Dellean,J. =Dellean,Mich.
=M''Gill,Bernard =Conwry,Phelim =M''Gochiam,William =Burt,J. =Burt,George
=M''Gowan,James =Richardson,Jas. +Ballinagare =Conroy,Thomas =Morgan,Henry
=M''Gush,James +Drumraney =Keightley,Ab. =Keightly,William =M''Gush,Bryan
=M''Henry,Henry =M''Dowell,Samuel/Dr. =Campbell,J. =M''Mullan,Hugh
=M''Inteer,John =Richey,William =Johnston,John =Hagan,John =Smyth,John.
=M''Intire,John =Reynolds,H. =M''Elhone,Denis =Lee,Thomas. =M''Kee,Henry
=M''Intire,Robert =Dougherty,John =Maxwell,Thomas =Maxwell,Robert =Maxwell,Wm.
=M''Kee,James =Kane,James =Speer,J. =Morton,Andrew/Jr. =Speer,William
=M''Keever,James =Holmes,Wm. =Bryary,Josiah =Haslett,Alex. =Mitchell,John
=M''Keever,Philip/Jr. =O''Ferry,B. =O''Ferry,Lawrence =Mellan,Charles
=M''Kenna,J. =M''Guicken,John +Ballylifford =Holmes,William =Campbell,John.
=M''Kenna,John =Conwry,John =Bradley,Hugh =Cribbin,Hardy =Conwry,Neal
=M''Kenna,John =M''Namel,Enais =Dogherty,Michael =M''Kenna,Owen.
=M''Kenna,P. =M''Kenna,Dom. =M''Kenna,Francis =Brennan,John =M''Quillin,Patrick
=M''Kibbon,John =Howard,John +Ballycanlargy +Ballysology +Ballycomlargy
=M''Kinny,Henry =Scott,James +Willsborough. =Smith,Robert =James,Robert
=M''Kinny,John =Palmer,James =M''Atin,William =Hill,Richard =Mullholland,John
=M''Larnan,Bryan =Cassady,Edmund =Cassady,Hugh =Magullin,Alexander
=M''Laughlan,Richd. =Feeny,Patrick =Duffey,Neal =Robinson,John. +Tullentrane
=M''Maghon,James =Davison,Henry =Nickleson,William =O''Neill,Charles =Brown,J.
=M''Michael,John =Archibald,James. =M''Clelland,A. =Wallace,John
=M''Naghten,Robert =Curtis,Griffin =Given,James =Wilson,John +Drumcroon
=M''Namara,Gage =Coyle,Daniel =Ferson,George =Ferson,Paul =Ferson,William.
=M''Neight,William +Tillinkey. =Stewart,John =M''Masta,William
=M''Peak,William =Johnston,William =Nicholson,Robert =Campbell,George
=M''Quillan,James =Diamond,James =M''Bride,Neal =Conway,Thomas =Bradley,Isaac.
=M''Reynolds,Ant. =Simpson,James =Simpson,Jonathan +Cottown =Gamble,R.
=M''Tamany,William =Conwry,P. +Gulloduff =Brannan,John =O''Neill,Henry
=Macky,John =Moffit,William =Dunkin,David/Rev. =M''Fillin,Charles =Long,William
=Madden,Bernard =Dougherty,Michael. =Conwry,Laugh. =Hasson,Patrick
=Maeuaghsler,Edmond =Gregg,Wm. =Orr,Henry +Bally!Brittain. =Orr,James +Keely
=Magee,John =Magee,J. =Gordon,Nath. +Newtownlemivady =Moody,Manus
=Maguire,John =Conwry,Paul =Conwry,Thomas. =M''Kenna,Michael =M''Kenna,Denis
=Major,T. +Craggan =Burnet,A. +Dunnybruer =Birr,Sam. +Gortnaraid =Robinson,R.
=Menagh,Wm. =Morrow,Jas. =Pickerin,James =Lenox,Henry =Pickerin,Francis
=Michel,John +Ardgew =Long,Wm. +Tonduff =Haslet,James =Bond,A. =Dunn,John
=Miller,Edward =Mullan,James =Begley,Wm. =Begley,John =Fleming,John.
=Miller,Geo. +Lachoey. =Hamilton,John +Kincull =Ogilby,Leslie =Cuming,T.
=Moobery,Jas. +Culdoay =Moobery,John =Deflaghan,J. +Fawney =Porter,Thomas
=Moody,Alexander =Fleming,Samuel =Fleming,W/Jr. +Drumvally =Moorhead,James
=Moore,William =Montgomery,Joseph. =Cochran,A. +Tyrglanen =Cochran,Andrew
=Morgan,John =Diamond,John =M''Erlane,David =O''Neill,P. =Mulhollon,Thomas
=Muea,Francis =M''Maughin,John =Muea,James +Ballyroghy =Muea,Patrick.
=Mulhollon,Thomas =Patterson,N. =Patterson,James =Heyland,L. +Bovagh
=Mullan,Henry =Lindsay,Jas. +Drumnagotker =Hamilton,Alexander =Douglas,J.
=Mullan,N. =Baxter,Joseph. =Walker,Samuel =George,William =Archa,Thomas
=Neel,Thomas =M''Neil,John =Anderson,John =Patterson,Alexander/Sr.
=Nogher,James =Donnelly,Edward =Stewart,Robert +Jamnadays =Richey,A.
=O''Ferry,Owen =Ferry,Michael =Connor,Brian. =Connor,Patrick =Long,William
=O''Kane,Michael =Wallis,John =Guy,William =Kane,Bernard. =Alexander,Andrew
=O''Neile,Charles =Burnett,John +Ballynagare =Hamilton,Archd.
=O''Neill,John. =Moyle,Anthony =M''Garvy,William =Young,George =M''Nickel,J.
=Orr,George =Orr,John =Orr,Robert =Lenox,James =Mulholland,Chas. +Ballingar
=Orr,John +Ballyrust =Badger,William =Bangford,James.
=Osborne,John =Ferguson,Matthew +Enagh. =Callaghan,M. =Callaghan,James
=Otterson,Sam. =Campbell,Wm. +Tillinkisy =Macky,James =M''Cartney,Henry
=Paterson,Henry +Millbrooke =Hull,C. +Ballymultree. =Pattison,Alexander
=Patterson,Alexander/Jr. =Hillhoure,Robert =Hillhoure,Matthew =Fulton,Andrew
=Patterson,Joseph =Patison,Robert =Falls,Alexander =Paterson,John.
=Patterson,Simon =Murray,Edward. =Murray,James =Patterson,Wm. =Magee,William
=Phelan,John =Shaw,John =Blair,B. +Killybasky
=Pickram,Thos. +Aghrim =M''Grain,Pat. +Killyneese =Gibson,John =Connor,Sam.
=Porter,William =Barryman,J. +Ballymullygan =M''Elwaine,Alexander =Kane,Henry
=Quig,Frederick =Armstrong,Samuel. =Lind,Alexander +Lorttel =Lind,James
=Rainy,R. +Ballyrogly. =Wright,Samuel =Dowdell,H. +Megary =Lenox,Andrew
=Ralston,R. +Derrygarkin =M''Ciniss,C. =Allison,Wm. +Greysteel =Ross,John
=Rankin,Hugh =Torrens,Alexander =Grisam,John =Stephens,William
=Redscein,Benjamin =Redfein,B/Jr. =Dickey,Robert =Bowman,Andrew =Bowman,James
=Richey,Thomas +Ballmuldress =Boden,John +Lecka =Johnston,William
=Ross,John =Craig,Hugh =Gault,William =Meanes,Matthew =Oliver,William
=Ross,Joseph =Ross,Michael =Pattison,Robert. =Gregg,Joseph =M''Intire,Hugh
=Roxborough,William/Sr. =Roxborough,Wm./Jr. =Hargan,James =Hargan,Wm/Jr.
=Sampson,Thomas =Brown,W. +Ballymena =Brown,W/Jr. +Ballyglack =Ferson,James
=Sarjint,Benjamin =Sarjint,William =Moran,Patrick =Dickson,Robert
=Scott,Thomas +Drumino =Kearney,Francis =Gawin,John. =Waterus,Ben.
=Selfrech,James +Main =Shannon,Denis =Muldual,Edward =M''Callay,James
=Sheppard,Timothy =Smyth,John =Brown,William +Ballygillan +Tillenpay
=Sinclair,Robert =Boyd,Henry =Corr,Daniel =Forrester,Ant. +Cloverhill
=Smith,William =Hamilton,Edw. =Ogilby,Robert =Moore,Gawin =Blair,David
=Steel,William =Searight,Andrew. =M''Millin,Robert =Godfree,Rowland
=Steele,James =Steele,Joseph. =Steele,Hugh =Irwin,Edward =Irwin,Samuel
=Sterling,James =Brown,William =Church,James =M''Neill,Thomas =Downing,John
=Sterling,Joseph =Sterling,Wm. =Sterling,Robert =Sterling,Charles
=Stevenson,James/Jr. =Henderson,Wm. =Sinclair,John =Boon,Charles
=Stevenson,Wm. +Knockan =Osborne,Jos/Jr. =Boyle,John/Jr. =Harrison,H.
=Stewart,Edw. +Bellaghy =Muea,John =Muea,Edward =Muea,James =M''Geary,Michael
=Tagart,Peter +Ballynagly =Muea,David =Devlin,Bernard =Muea,Neal
=Tate,James. =M''Laughlin,Mark =Fleming,John =Hamilton,W.
=Taylor,Ambrose +Ballydon =Adams,Richard +Ballymultish =Berryman,Wm.
=Tedly,J. =Kane,Richard =Smith,Arch. +Lag =M''Lean,H/Jr. =Downing,A/C. +Leck
=Thistle,John =Richey,John =M''Cormick,James =Reynolds,Robert
=Torrens,John =O''Hagan,Charles =Bryan,Wm/Rev. +Killeronaghan =Jackson,T.
=Waddy,R. +Alla =Waddy,J. +Killaloe =M''Cleland,C. =Long,James +Ervey
=Walkeve,Jas. =Watson,William +Antikelly =Sherond,Jas. =M''Causland,Abraham
=Walkinshaw,David. =M''Laughlin,James =Gamble,Alexander =M''Faddin,Hector
=Waller,John =Cusholey,J. +Killyneese =Keenan,Patrick. +Tamnadare
=Walsh,James =Greer,Robert =Badger,Wiliam =Devin,James =Shannon,George
=Walsh,John =Maganachan,George. =Many,James =Ross,John =Cust,John
=Walsh,Nicholas =M''Vea,Thomas =Broughton,Hugh =Wilson,David. =Kyle,Mathew
=Waterson,Leon. +Lisnamora =Berryman,James +Ballyneill =Clendening,James.
=Watson,Samuel =Carlow,Isaac +Gortagilly =Stitt,G. =Cowsly,James =Cowsly,John
=Wiley,Sampson +Ballyneal =M''Cartney,Wm. =Porter,Henry =Brown,Joseph.
=Winit,John =Gilmore,James =Church,Thomas. =Fisher,Robert/Sr.
=Woodrow,Robert =Clinton,George. =Mullen,Henry =Gray,William
=Woods,William. =Walder,John =Kyle,Oliver =Wiley,Oliver
=York,Henry +Killynus =York,William =Lee,Robert =Dawson,Joshua =Cosholey,John
October 11, 1799, Page 1 & 2
County of Antrim
His Majesty having been pleased to express a desire that his Parliaments
of Great Britain and Ireland should take into their consideration the
expediency of a ??? UNION; We
the undersigned Nobleman, Gentlemen, and Freeholders of the County of
Antrim, ?? necessary to declares.
That we feel the most cordial attachment to the British Nation, and
are truly thankful for the uncommon exertions which have enabled his
Majesty to defeat the unprovoked Rebellion which lately threatened us with
That we attach the Rightest value to the Settlement of 1782, by
which the Legislative Independency of Ireland was fully recognized, and
has since been most serupulously respected by Great Britain, particulary
as that Settlement enables us to treat on an equal footing with the Sister
Kingdom, upon such further Measures as are become necessary, to
consolidate and unite our respective resources and strength against the
That the last few years have been marked by so great, and in most
instances such calamitous events, for the independency of Europe, as to
excite the most lively apprehensions of danger for the civil and religious
Rights of this Kingdom, especially as we know, from bitter and recent
experience, that the French Nation, aided by an inveterate Faction within
ourselves, will omit no opportunity to render this country again the
theatre of foreign war and internal desolation;
That we acknowledge with becoming gratitude the parental affection
of our common Sovereign, in attending to a crisis so unexampled in the
history of mankind, which has already proved fatal to all those Nations
who have relied on ?? and ordinary systems of policy, as an adequate
security against evils, as new in their nature as extensive in their
That, impressed with these considerations, we sincerely lament that
so many of our fellow-subjects have joined in the condemnation of a system
before the particulars of it had been explained to the public; and that
the Representatives of the Nation have declined attention to those matters
of State which his Majesty had signified his intentions of communicating
to them; Because we have no reason to believe, either that the Crown would
propose, or that the other branches of our Legislature, to whose
deliberate judgement we look up with confidence, would give their sanction
to a Measure which militated against the Honor, the Rights, or the future
Prosperity of this Kingdom.
=Fridrezius,Jonas. =M''Mullan,John =Blakely,Rob. =Smyth,Hu.
+Defrick =Pollock,James. =M''Arthur,John =Smith,John =M''Kane,Sam. =M''Kane,T.
=Adams,Martin =Bicket,Philip =Bicket,John =M''Curdy,John =Hamilton,R.
=Agnew,Samuel =Marlin,James. =Dawd,John/Jr. =M''Farrin,Elias =Kelly,Henry
=Alexander,David =Huey,Rob. +Carnan. =M''Neill,Hugh =M''Neill,Fergus
=Anderson,Joseph =Garnon,Thomas +Bayhead =Scally,Bernard =M''Curdy,Alex.
=Anderson,Wm. =Johnston,Arthur =Williams,Wm. =Mussen,Archibald =Mussen,Robert
=Babington,T. =Douglas,Chas. =Hall,Linsay. =Stewart,Archibald =M''Neill,Alex.
=Batt,N. +Belfast =Commins,W. =Clarke,John =Batt,Wm. =Skinner,Cort.
=Beaty,David =Barber,Samuel =Johnston,J. =Gilmore,J. =Chartres,Alex.
=Bell,John =Bell,Robert =Hackland,Richard =M''Corry,Pat/Jr. =M''Corry,Pat/Sr.
=Black,Arch. =Black,John =M''Gregor,Alex. =M''Gregor,Wm. =Coyles,Dan.
=Boville,George =Boville,Robert =Duffin,Pat. =M''Leane,Stephen =Courtney,Wm.
=Bowlin,Henry =O''Quin,Felix. =Magennis,Arthur =Halliday,Wm. =Wilson,John
=Boyd,Hugh =Boyd,Daniel =M''Allister,James =Harrison,Arch. =Hunter,Daniel
=Boyd,John =M''Alpin,Dougal =Cross,John =Ramsay,Wm/Jr. =Kilpatrick,Wm.
=Boyland,James =M''Kinney,John =Simpson,Sam. =Simpson,James =Johnston,Wm.
=Burke,Michael =Gamble,Robert =Laverty,James. =Moloy,Peter =Miller,Thomas
=Campble,Andrew =Gillespie,John =Koyle,John. =Carnaque,Daniel =Mackay,Arch.
=Campble,Cornelius =Campble,John =O''Doran,Bernard +Kilead =M''Lorinon,Pat.
=Cannan,John =Cannan,Andrew =Taylor,Alex. =M''Alester,Randle =Taylor,W/Jr.
=Carroll,Wm. =Carroll,John =M''Cully,Thomas =Watters,John =Hall,John
=Casement,R. =Courny,J. +Grange =Nickle,James =Ballentine,Robert
=Cassart,Fras. =Kerr,Henry =Wheater,Wm. =Fairis,Wm. =Spence,James
=Charleton,Wm. =Thompson,Robt. =Hull,Anthony =Leckie,John =Saunders,Robert
=Chesnut,Dan. =Douglas,John =Douglas,Joseph =Boyd,Edw. =Neill,Thomas =Ewing,R.
=Clarke,John =Davison,John =Coulter,James =O''Neill,Murtagh =O''Neill,Hugh
=Connor,John =Robinson,Wm. =Macan,Mathew =M''Can,Henry. =M''Can,Pat.
=Conway,James =M''Can,Henry =Macan,Arthur =Gralin,Pat. =O''Neill,Hugh
=Coonay,Chas. =West,Henry =Herrill,John =M''Cafry,Edw. =Gennings,Thos.
=Cordener,James =Hawkshaw,Wm. =Johnston,Jn. =Cahoon,Richd. =Greer,Richard
=Cormichan,Arthur =Befily,Henry =Moloy,John =Develin,James =Cormichan,John
=Corry,Richard =M''Alester,Daniel =Quig,Neal =Quig,James =Corry,Saunders
=Coulson,Wm. =Boomer,George =M''Crackan,Wm. =Thompson,Mat. =Moat,Wm.
=Courtney,Jos/Jr. =Boville,Geo. =Kerr,Thomas =Bell,W. =M''Adam,S.
=Cousens,Wm. =Blizard,Antony =Cousens,Andrew =Cormickan,John =Walder,James
=Coyles,Charles =Loughmoore,Mat. =M''Grigor,Alex. =Corry,Allen =Givin,Ben.
=Coyles,Marmad. =White,Arthur =Hamilton,John =Hamilton,Arch. =M''Duffe,John
=Crawford,James =Thompson,Robert =Alexander,Robt. =Young,Wm. =Steel,Samuel
=Crawford,Samuel =Hall,C. +Bellaghy =Mussenden,Daniel =Cordner,James
=Cristey,Rob. =Brownlees,John =Cousins,James =Hunter,Thos. =Craig,Adam
=Crossey,Pat. =Crossey,Wm. =Quinn,John. =Bryans,Wm. =M''Nees,Isaac
=Crossey,Wm. =Cardwell,Francis =Wilkinson,John =Wilkinson,Wm. =Wilkinson,Jer.
=Culbertson,James =Cramsey,John =Moloy,James =Kirk,Robert =Taylor,Samuel
=Cummermond,R. =M''Cann,Pat. =Robinson,Wm. =Thurkild,Richard =Hammond,John
=Dallan,John =M''Kaque,Neale =M''Kaque,Wm. =Dempsey,Charles =Dempsey,James
=Davidson,Samuel =Gribbin,Henry =M''Can,Bernard =Cameron,David =M''Owen,Charles
=Davison,George =Morgan,Hugh =Donnelly,Pat.
=Devillir,Robert =M''Bride,John =M''Bride,Arch. =Hill,Neale =M''Alester,Randle
=Donnelly,John =Boyland,James =Christy,John =M''Connaughy,Jn. =Steenhauser,John
=Doon,H. =Walker,James =M''Cance,Pat. =Craney,Pat. =M''Stravogue,Pat.
=Doon,Pat. =M''Evoy,John. =Doon,Murry =M''Kintry,John =Murray,James
=Dougherty,John =M''Stravick,T/Jr. =M''Conkey,Wm. =Saunders,Thomas
=Duffy,Nicholas =Connor,Daniel =M''Croary,Wm. =O''Neill,Peter =O''Hara,James
=Fallon,Daniel =Falloon,Darby =Faries,Daniel =Falloon,Peter =Toland,Neill
=Fletcher,Philip =M''Nice,Conway. =Shillington,Thos. =M''Daniel,Alex.
=Frizell,Thomas =Clarke,Jackson. =Robinson,Wm. =Hannah,John =Thompson,Robt.
=Gats,John =Ellis,Thos. =Colridge,Jas. =Wray,Wm. =Robertson,G. =Sejeantson,M.
=Gayer,Edward =Mussen,Richard =M''Cann,John =Osburn,Wm. =Hodgins,Isaac
=George,Thos. =Miller,James =Porter,James =Seymour,James =Prackel,Gottlab
=Gilbert,Stephen =Brown,John =Thompson,John
=Gillespie,John/Sr.=Gillespie,John/Jr. =Gillespie,Wm. =Gillespie,Hector
=Gillespie,Roger =M''Michael,Samuel. =Kane,Francis =Huey,Adam =Huey,John
=Given,Samuel =Bell,Samuel =Maxwell,Daniel =Best,Robert. =Gribbin,Edward
=Gordon,Alex. =Ferguson,J/S. =Macartney,J. =Jones,Val/Jr. =Atkinson,W.
=Graham.Alex. =Graham,James. =M''Connaughy,Dav. =Mathews,Sam. =Morrison,Joseph
=Granney,Pat. =Granney,Francis =M''Fornane,Fras. =M''Vey,Andrew =Couchran,Pat.
=Hagan,John. =Harvey,Bryan =O''Hara,Bernard =Neeson,Pat. =Callans,James
=Hamilton,James =Thompson,Bryan =Colvin,James =Whiteside,Thomas
=Hanna,John =Pollock,John. =Morton,John =Kirkpatrick,Robt.
=Hargrove,Robert =Grier,Arch. =M''Caghan,John =M''Ilfatrick,C. =Todd,John
=Hastings,John =Boomer,John. =Johnston,J. +Orange =Johnston,P. +Lisburn
=Hemphill,Joseph =M''Caw,Daniel =M''Connaughy,J. =M''Connaughy,Sam.
=Hendran,John =Mulholland,Chas. =Mulholland,John =Donnell,Thomas =Bell,Arthur
=Henry,Wm. =Moore,Jas/Jr. =Stewart,Alex. =Brady,James =Cooper,Ben.
=Heyand,Rowley =M''Cartney,G. =Pollock,John =Young,Robert =Miller,John
=Higginson,Edward =Ingram,Wm. =Ingram,Thomas =M''Nees,Isaac =M''Grawn,Mm.
=Higginson,Pitt. =Johnson,John =Smith,Lancelot. =M''Carren,John
=Hill,Ben. =Magee,Wm. =Magee,James. =M''Curdy,James =M''Curdy,Alex. =Steel,Sam.
=Hill,Hugh =Agnew,John =Beaston,Wm. =Macan,Daniel =Develin,John =O''Hall,John
=Hill,Joseph =Mallon,Michael =Logan,John
=Hollinshed,Thos. =Martial,James. =Magill,J. =Brown,James =Kelly,James
=Hull,Hugh =Ingram,James. =M''Stravick,T. =M''Cann,Kerbray =Toland,Owen
=Hunter,Neale =Darragh,Alex. =Darragh,Geo. =M''Caghan,John =Corry,Francis
=Hutchenson,F. =Dubourdieu,S. =Darby,Wm. =Stewart,Wm. =Heron,Samuel
=Irwin,John =Irwin,George. =Brown,Wm. =Brown,Robert =Hogg,Edward
=Jameson,James =Gormly,John. =Stewart,Thos. =Kilpatrick,Frank
=Johnston,Sam. =Ross,James =Ross,Wm. =Ross,John =Ross,Robert =Macaulay,John
=Kennedy,Owen =Dawd,John =M''Owen,Felix. =M''Can,John =O''Boyle,Owen
=Kennon,robert =Agnew,Robert =Macorry,Wm. =Kelly,Bryan =Macorry,Christ.
=Kilpatrick,David =Moore,Wm. =M''Veagh,Malcolm =M''Veagh,Dougal
=Lavery,Manus =Bullock,John =Thurkild,Jo. =Stratt,John =Hill,John
=Lavery,Murta =Lavery,Charles =Campbell,Mat. =Mulholland,John =M''Ilravey,Thos.
=Lecke,Thomas =Brankin,Henry =Smith,William =Bell,William =Sloane,Oliver
=Leonard,Neal =Hagan,Pat. =M''Crory,John =Lavery,Wm. =Lavery,James
=Lettson,Arthur =M''Neile,Wm. =Long,John =M''Gahy,James =M''William,David
=Logan,James =Fulton,John. =M''Daniel,Allen =M''Donald,Daniel =M''Donald,Wm.
=Longmoore,Thos. =Leslie,Robert. =Eken,Peter =Dobbin,Peter =Mondays,John
=Loughan,Wm. =Gilian,John. =M''Ilravey,Neal =M''Vay,Wm. =Magrade,Pat.
=Lyle,Charles =Lyle,Thomas. =Colvin,Robert =Lyle,Wm. =Simson,Wm.
=Lyle,David =Lyle,James =Magill,Wm. =Drummond,John =Adams,J. =King,Alex.
=Lyle,Thomas =Lyle,John =Lyle,James =Kitchen,James =Garvan,James =Blair,Samuel
=M''Addery,John =Thompson,Wm. =Gurney,Daniel.
=M''Ancrick,Pat. =Cook,George =M''Kee,Daniel =M''Kee,Wm. =Pollock,Wm. =Todd,Wm.
=M''Bride,James =M''Bride,John. =M''Alester,Daniel =M''Connaughy,Rich.
=M''Can,Cormick =Boyle,Pat. =M''Can,Charles =Gilmore,Henry =Leddy,Hugh
=M''Can,Murtagh =O''Neill,Hugh =Develin,Henry =Drew,Richard =Hill,John
=M''Cance,Owen =Bennet,Tho/Jr. =Sloane,James
=M''Cavey,Murtagh =M''Cance,Henry =Magill,Hugh
=M''Cavigan,John =Gorman,S. =M''Cavigan,James =M''Corry,Richard =M''Alavogue,Neill
=M''Caw,James =M''Michael,John =Ewing,Robert =M''Michael,Pat. =Coyles,James
=M''Coal,John =O''Neill,John =O''Hara,Arthur =M''Mullan,John =M''Alester,John
=M''Conkey,James =Warren,G. +Killagen. =Robinson,John =Bell,Jn. +Prospect
=M''Connaughy,A. =M''Alester,Arch. =Laverty,James =Campble,James =Laverty,Daniel
=M''Connaughy,Dav. =M''Allister,James. =M''Allister,Arch. =Keane,Francis
=M''Connaughy,Sam. =M''Kinlay,Daniel. =Connaughy,Wm. =M''Curdy,Wm. =Dunlop,John
=M''Corry,Felix =Corbett,Samuel. =M''Cluney,Andrew =Gresham,Thomas =Gresham,Wm.
=M''Corry,Pat. =Hull,Edward =Moorcroft,Wm. =Hannah,James =Best,James
=M''Croary,Philip =M''Croary,Barney =Rogers,Henry =O''Hara,Henry
=M''Crodin,Pat. =Reside,John =Reside,John/Jr. =Rainey,Arthur =Moore,James
=M''Crory,Frs. =Gribbin,Pat. =Mana,Thos. =Bradley,Francis =Neilson,James
=M''Cullouh,James =Refide,John. =Loughlin,H. =Loughlin,John =M''Peake,Neal
=M''Curdy,Bryan =M''Mullan,Wm. =M''Caghan,Denis =Haney,John =M''Grigor,Stewart
=M''Curdy,George =M''Caghan,Hu. =M''Curdy,Arch. =M''Elheeran,Dunc. =M''Kendry,John
=M''Curdy,Robert =Taggart,James =Neilly,John. =Gellen,John =M''Curdy,Neale
=M''Donald,Thomas =Shillington,A. =Gattenby,Thos. =Harbinson,John =Hull,Thomas
=M''Gauly,Patrick =Hull,John =Stewart,R. =Henderon,K. =Sheil,John
=M''Gowan,Dan. =M''Mullan,Rob. =Glass,Augus. =Glass,Arch. =Glass,Neale
=M''Gowan,Wm. =Jameson,A/Sr. =Jameson,A/Jr. =Jameson,John/Jr. =Jameson,John/Sr.
=M''Grigor,Wm. =Twaddle,James =Colvin,John =Atcheson,John =Stewart,Wm.
=M''Ilravy,Bryan =Cormickan,James. =Murray,Henry =Anderson,Hugh
=M''Ilwain,Jn. =Ferguson,J. =Hutchinson,Rich. =Stewart,James =Frail,Robert
=M''Kaque,Andrew =Taylor,W/Sr. =M''Alister,Wm. =Taylor,Thomas =Cannan,Edward
=M''Keesack,Joseph =Morgan,James =Morgan,John =Gillan,Alex. =Macow,Dan.
=M''Kendry,Neale =Mackey,Robert =M''Mullin,James =Black,John =Morgan,Duncan
=M''Kinlay,Daniel =Martin,Daniel =Corry,Martin. =Corry,John =Corry,Allen
=M''Kinlay,John =Lyle,Walter =Lyle,Peter. =Griffith,Ben. =Shales,Bernard
=M''Kinlay,John =M''Connaughy,Jn. =Wier,John =Taylor,Wm. =M''Kane,Sam.
=M''Kinnela,John =Darragh,Alex/Jr. =M''Kinzey,W/Jr. =M''Kinzey,Neal
=M''Kinstrey,Wm. =M''Mullan,Cor. =M''Gowan,Ezek. =M''Ilfatrick,John =Mackey,Wm.
=M''Krilles,John/Sr. =M''Bride,Jn/Jr. =Corry,Neale =M''Bride,Daniel
=M''Lane,James. =Cook,Wm. =Egleson,James =Bones,Charles =M''Lane,Dan.
=M''Laverty,Edw. =O''Neill,Bernard =Ellar,Henry. =Ellar,John =Ellar,David
=M''Lorinon,James =M''Elroy,Pat. =Conway,Edward =M''Gawn,Neale =Brady,Hugh
=M''Loughlin,Arch. =M''Loughlin,J/Jr. =Taggart,John =Taggart,Wm. =Taggart,Robert
=M''Loughlin,Dan. =M''Loughlin,Pat. =M''Loughlin,Alex. =M''Loughlin,J/M/Sr.
=M''Loughlin,Hu. =Agnew,Henry =Henry,Pat. =Rainey,John. =Carnochan,Sam.
=M''Lure,Pat. =Love,John =Macan,And. =Grey,Arch. =M''Ilheran,John =Chesnut,Arch.
=M''Mullan,Dav/Jr. =M''Mullan,Alex. =M''Mullan,Charles =Steel,Arch.
=M''Mullan,James =Gilmore,John =Fellford,James =Ingliss,Wm. =M''Linton,Rob.
=M''Mullan,John =Mealy,Bernard =Brady,Pat. =Caul,Wm. =Heffron,Bryan
=M''Mullan,Pat. =Morgan,Owen =Sloane,Wm. =Saunders,Wm. =Hill,Robt. =Irwin,Joshua
=M''Naghten,Henry =Rice,James =M''Auley,Arch. =Boyd,Samuel =M''Auley,Arthur
=M''Naghten,Samuel =Hill,C. =Maquicker,T. =Gillin,William =Rowan,William
=M''Nalla,James =Gribbir,Hugh =Gribbir,Daniel =Mulholland,Chas.
=M''Neill,Andrew =Kane,Patrick =Connaughy,John =Connaughy,David
=M''Nolla,Henry =Magill,John =Martin,James =Duffin,Michaael =Davison,Wm.
=M''Owen,Felix =O''Mallin,Roger =Gilmore,Pat. =M''Lorinan,Dom. =M''Kone,Henry
=M''Owen,James =Leddy,John =Leddy,John/Jr. =M''Owen,Bryan. =Davidson,Thomas
=M''Quilan,John =Bell,Arthur =Dobson,Thomas =Bell,Meredith =Kennedy,John
=M''Stoken,Pat. =Kennedy,John =Kennedy,Edmond =Kennedy,Thos. =Kennedy,Simon
=M''Stravich,Bern. =Heyland,Langford. =Lyle,Hugh =Laurence,Samuel
=Macan,Alex. =Kerr,James =M''Neile,Rob. =Graham,David =Crawford,Pat.
=Macaw,Alex. =Magee,John =Magee,And. =M''Caghan,Duncan =Grier,John
=Mackey,John,Sr. =Mackey,John/Jr. =Stewart,John =M''Alister,John
=Mackey,Joseph =Mackey,Alex/Sr. =Hunter,James
=Mackey,Joseph =Sharpe,John =M''Arthur,James =Irwin,David
=Mackey,Joseph =Young,R/Jr. =Williamson,Wm. =Fisher,Samuel =Collison,John
=Macollum,Wm. =Patterson,Joseph =Walsh,Edward =Magarry,John =Graham,Dan.
=Magowan,James =Blair,John/Sr. =Blair,John,Jr.
=Martin,Arthur =M''Croary,John. =Magill,Daniel =Killa,Bernard =Hill,Robert
=Millin,Francis =M''Kowen,Pat. =M''Owen,Edward =Mallin,M. =M''Owen,Michael
=Montgomery,J. =M''Kinistry,Art. =Cristy,John =Jafrey,David =Fordon,John
=Morgan,Wm. =Develin,John =Close,Henry =Creaney,Richard =Neilson,Robert
=Morrison,Sam. =Neil,John =Winlock,Rich. =Kennan,John =Fulton,John =Boyd,Wm.
=Mulholland,Bern. =Blair,John. =Kilpatrick,Leonard
=Murray,F. =Neilson,Robert =Neilson,David =Clements,Wm. =Irwin,Robert
=Mussen,Thomas =Renfrew,James. =Patten,Thomas =M''Kinstry,Thos. =Scott,John
=Neilson,James =Cormickan,Mich. =Close,Wm. =Crossey,Henry =Black,Moses
=O''Dawd,Daniel =O''Dawd,Frank =O''Dawd,Arthur =O''Dawd,Tague =O''Neille,H.
=O''Donnelly,Neale =Rogers,Sam. =Rogers,James =Frazer,David =M''Connaughy,Alex.
=O''Heany,Jenkin =Morrisson,Hugh. =Wilson,John =Neilson,Daniel =Themilty,Henry
=O''Henry,John =O''Henry,Robert =Lavery,Daniel. =Morgan,James =M''Veigh,Hugh
=O''Neill,Abrm. =O''Neill,John =M''Corry,Neill =May,Edward =M''William,John
=O''Neill,Bernard =Duffee,Daniel. =O''Neill,Cornelius =Develin,Charles
=O''Nelson,Owen =Kone,Thomas =Kidd,James =Kidd,Charles =O''Neill,H/B.
=Orr,James =Robinson,Robert =Love,J. =Orr,Robert =Small,Ben. =Mitchell,James
=Paul,Andrew =Stewart,John. =Gardiner,Randal =Patton,Thomas =O''Neill,D.
=Quigley,Pat. =Quigley,Charles =Quigley,Henry. =Sloane,Francis
=Raley,Hugh =M''Can,Patrick. =M''Laverty,Ter. =M''Aulay,Daniel =M''Laverty,Pat.
=Rallans,George =Murray,James =Murray,John =O''Kane,Roger =Graffir,Jenkin
=Reynolds,J. +Puy =Thompson,Wm. =Kennedy,Neal =Moore,Jmes =Nickles,Wm.
=Rice,Richard =Waters,Wm. =Scott,Andrew =Ireland,James =Ireland,Thomas
=Robinson,Samuel =Finlay,James =Finlay,Thomas =Todd,James =M''William,Andr.
=Rowan,John =Jones,T/M/Jr. =Gillilan,Thomas =Dwyer,Denis =Bennet,Pat.
=Russel,R. =Dickey,Adam =Kerr,James =Miller,Hercules =Miller,David
=Saunders,Thomas =Saunders,John. =Megarrell,John =Tippin,John =Whiteside,Wm.
=Smith,Wm. =Steel,Thomas =Smith,James. =Holmes,Henry =Gorman,Wm.
=Steel,Alex. =M''Mullan,Dan. =M''Mullan,Dav/Sr. =M''Alester,Alex. =Rogers,Thos.
=Steel,Robert =Steel,John. =Branken,Felix =M''Cance,Hu. =Cormickan,Wm.
=Taggart,Sam. =Smyth,John =Stewart,Wm. =Mathews,Wm. =Mathews,Sam.
=Todd,John =Rowan,James =Rowan,Frederick =Eken,John =Macaulay,Geo. =O''Hara,J.
=Todd,Wm. =M''Lorinan,John =Mackey,Alex. =Cunningham,David =Ramsay,Wm.
=Townley,James =Johnston,Arthur =Higginson,James =Ravenhill,Wm. =Lappen,James
=Trail,W. =Cupples,S. =Trail,A. =Rogers,W. +Lisburn =Crommelen,D.
=Wallis,John =Todd,Thomas =M''Curdy,Dan. =Mackey,John =M''Bride,Arch.
=Waugh,James =Craig,James =Foster,James =Finneston,Samuel =Birney,Luke
=Whinnery,T. =Legg,W. +Malone =Adair,W. +Ballymena =O''Hara,J. +Crebilly
=Whiteside,Moses =Sloane,Robert =Furr,John =Evans,Meredith =Lavery,John
=Wilson,Wm. =Hull,Henry/Sr. =Hull,Henry/Jr. =Steel,Adam =Crawford,John
=Wray,Alex. =Wray,Sam. =Wray,Thomas =O''Gullan,Duncan.
=Stewart,Wm. =Stewart,W/Jr. =Kilpatrick,John =O''Hammil,Manus
=Anderson,Wm. =O''Boyle,John =Kelly,Pat. =Morran,James =Hennen,Peter
=Ardenice,George =Agnew,George. =Agnew,James =Wilson,Anthony =Wilson,James
=Blair,Daniel/Sr. =Blair,John =M''Dowell,Thomas.
=Blair,Pat. =Neily,Alexander =Waugh,Robert
=Blaney,Joseph =Blaney,Alex. =O''Hara,Arthur =Walsh,Pat. =Walsh,Richard
=Blizard,Anthony =M''Cann,Thomas =M''Master,Wm. =Clarke,Sam. =Megivirn,Pat.
=Boyd,Hugh =Hunter,Joseph =Campble,John =Campble,Nat. =Clarke,James
=Boylan,John =M''Duffee,John. =Dobbin,James =M''Lane,Sam. =M''Lane,Wm.
=Burns,Edw. =Hemhill,James =Thompson,Arch. =Ross,Andrew =Todd,Andrew
=Campble,David =Orr,James =Rickey,Nat. =Moore,James =Kirkpatrick,R.
=Clotworthy,Arth. =Reid,John =Reid,James =Reid,Samuel. =Duncan,Wm. =Reid,Wm.
=Connor,Pat. =Taylor,Andrew.=Coyles,James. =M''Tire,Duncan =O''Hall,John =M''Lernon,A.
=Orr,John/Sr.=Crawford,Wm. =Pennal,Wm. =M''Mullan,John =Bevins,James =Steveligh,James
=Cunningham,A. =Lynd,Wm/Rev. +Moyegot =M''Kee,Dan/Rev. +Brushmills
=Darragh,Wm. +Ballyweany =Elder,James =Elder,George =Clarke,Arch. =Orr,James
=Drew,Wm. =M''Corby,James =Redford,L. +Antrim =M''Creary,Wm. =Tenent,David/Jr.
=Edmonston,John =Miller,Robert. =M''Peak,N/Jr. =Bell,Rob/Adair =Miller,John
=Fisher,Samuel =Young,John. =Miller,John =Bruce,John =M''Lorinon,Robt.
=Forbes,James =Forbes,Wm. =M''Curdy,Daniel/Sr. =M''Curdy,Dan/Jr.
=Gillen,James =Kilpatrick,James =Wallace,John. =Patterson,Wm. =Kear,Robert
=Hamilton,Wm. =M''Connel,Wm. =Rea,Samuel =Harkness,Wm. =Chartres,Wm.
=Hill,John=Hogart,Brice =Forgie,Andrew. =Hoggart,Robert =Hoggart,Thomas =M''Collun,Chas.
=Hopkins,Wm. =Hopkins,James =Magloughlin,R. =M''Laughlin,Wm. =M''Laughlin,John
=Jackson,Andrew =Hyndman,Thos. =Macaulay,James =Frais,Robert =Egleson,Robert
=Kirkpatrick,James =Craig,Sam. =Gardner,John =Reside,Frank =Stephenson,Wm.
=Loughlin,Andrew =Donnaughy,H. =Laverty,Robert =Boyd,Joseph =Smith,Sam.
=M''Argish,Hector =M''Alily,Dan. =Ballentine,Wm. =Stewart,Alex. =Bonatine,Dan.
=M''Curdy,Alex. =Humes,Robert =Martin,W. +Belisle =M''Alone,Thos. =Gormly,John
=M''Curdy,James =Campbell,Dan. =Murray,John. =Jameson,Alex. =Owens,John
=M''Donnell,Dan. =Kaims,Hu. =Kaims,Thos. =Kaims,Dan. =O''Brien,Pat. =Brown,Dan.
=M''Dougal,Allan =M''Veagh,Martha/Jr. =M''Alester,Hu. =M''Alester,John
=M''Elfatrick,John. =Mallan,Manus. =Gillespie,John =M''Quilkin,Hector
=M''Elmoyle,John =Rogers,Robert =Cameron,John =Cameron,Arch. =Brady,James
=M''Elroy,James =M''Curdy,David. =M''Curdy,Robert =M''Curdy,Sam. =Stewart,Robert
=M''Fall,Malcolm =M''Keown,James. =Orr,Samuel =Frizell,Thomas =Cuddy,Thomas
=M''Kenny,Robert =Willson,Dan. =M''Lees,Michael =M''Lees,Daniel =M''Donnell,James
=M''Kenry,Neale =Maglaughler,W. =M''Ilhattan,Arch. =Mackey,Alex. =M''Neill,Neill
=M''Kinley,John =M''Aulay,James =Adair,Pat. =Adair,James =Macaulay,John
=M''Kinney,Wm. =M''Cully,John =M''Cully,Adam. =Wylie,Joseph =Gray,Arch.
=M''Lane,Andrew =M''Lane,Wm. =Campble,Arch. =Thompson,Robt. =Shaw,Isaac
=M''Lorinan,John =M''Lure,John =M''Clennaghan,Hu. =Crommie,Hu. =Dooley,James
=M''Loughlin,Dan. =Chambers,James =Babbington,R. +Ballygarvey =Edmonston,Ben.
=M''Mullan,Denis =M''Mullan,James =M''Kinlay,Alex. =Douglas,Alex.
=M''Mullan,Neale =Boyle,James. =Anderson,Robert =Anderson,James
=M''Neill,Daniel =Olone,Pat. =Olone,John =Alderdice,George =O''Dougherty,Felix
=M''Quig,John/Sr. =M''Quig,John/Jr. =Williamson,James. =M''Donnell,Arch.
=M''Quilkin,James =Beard,James =Beard,Hugh =Beard,John =Huey,John =Coyles,John
=M''Quilton,Roger =Wrath,John =Sterling,Thomas =Moore,Robert =Connor,Pat.
=Macan,Dan. =Grier,Patrick =Dunlop,Robert =Mackey,Duncan =M''Bragh,Thos.
=Macan,John =Dunlop,Alex. =Kinney,John =Carmichael,Gilbert =Carmichael,Dan.
=Madden,Thomas =Sillemon,Wm. =Orr,Robert. =Pinkerton,Nat. =Graham,James
=Magowan,Wm. =Magowan,Andrew. =Cameron,J/Rev. +Dunluce =M''Duffee,James
=Marshall,Robert =Connolly,Malcolm =Blayney,Allen =M''Mullan,Eph. =Jameson,Pat.
=Martin,Wm. =Hunter,Thomas =Young,Wm. =Hopkins,John =Hopkins,Joseph
=Miskelly,Robert =Miskelly,Hugh. =Adams,John =Adams,John/Jr. =Adams,Henry
=Molligan,Thos. =Sloane,Wm. =M''Mullan,Dennis. =Magee,John =Redmond,Sam.
=Murray,Daniel =Walsh,Thomas. =M''Nully,Owen =Lamon,James =Walsh,Pat.
=O''Neil,John =O''Hara,Hugh =O''Lone,Pat. =O''Kane,Richard =Blaney,Wm.
=O''Shales,hugh =O''Shales,Daniel. =Moore,Ephraim =M''Gowry,Daniel =M''Kewon,Wm.
=Orr,John/Jr. =M''Inargany,C. =M''Inargany,P. =Scally,Wm. =Scally,Dan.
=Pasket,John =M''Causland,Hu. =Barklay,Wm. =M''Caghan,Jos. =Vance,Wm.
=Pollock,John =M''Caushen,John =Burrowes,John =Montgomery,R/A. =M''Burney,Alex.
=Purcell,Dennis =Purcell,Robert =Forbes,Cupage =Forbes,John =Forbes,Charles
=Quin,Timothy =M''Lorinon,Chas. =M''Lorinon,John =M''Cartney,John =M''Lonnan,Hen.
=Rankin,Hugh =Rankin,John =Corbin,James =O''Hara,Charles =M''Quilton,Jenkin
=Rice,Ben. =Gilmore,Mathew =M''Cann,Felix. =M''Elvenna,John =Drain,Pat.
=Rogers,L. +Clough =Mullan,Clot. =Morgan,Wm. =Elder,R. +Portna =Kent,Wm.
=Ross,James =M''Duffee,Ja/Jr. =M''Duffee,John/M. =Rankin,Hugh =Magowan,John
=Scally,James. =M''Clean,Alex. =Gillan,Robert =Rammage,Pat. =M''Gowan,James
=Scoby,Mat. =Moore,Wm. =Johnston,James =Laverty,Felix =Thompson,David
=Scott,Thomas =M''Ilven,John =Gubbins,John =Bruce,John/Jr. =Rea,John
=Slowper,Thomas =Johnston,Robert =Hume,Sam. =Maxwell,Mat. =Dunbar,Robert
=Smith,Henry. =Thompson,Wm. =Moran,John/Sr. =Moran,John/Jr. =Moran,Wm.
=Steel,James =Dunlop,Hugh +Ballintoy =M''Curdy,James =M''Elfatrick,Sam.
=Stewart,Francis =Stewart,Mat/Sr. =Stewart,Mat/Jr. =Macan,David =Macan,Arch.
=Todd,Wm. =Campbell,Andrew =Campbell,James =M''Kendry,Robert =Laverty,James
=Urney,Peter =Combs,Charles =Blair,Samuel
=Vance,Ezekiel =M''Elvay,Wm. =M''Arlane,Thos. =Moore,Wm. =Wales,Brice
=Wallace,Andrew =Todd,James =Martin,John =Steel,John =Hoey,James =Humes,Robert
=Walsh,James =Walsh,Robt/Jr. =Walsh,Henry =Walsh,John =O''Hara,Owen
=Willis,James =M''Vickar,Wm. =Wills,Alex. =Drain,John =M''Fall,Arch.
=Willson,Alex. =M''Kendry,James. =Walsh,Robt/Sr. =Walsh,James =Walsh,Robt/Sr.
=Wilson,Samuel =Taggart,John =Williams,Joseph =Donnelly,John =Armstrong,Wm.
continued list Co. +Antrim legislative union =Master,Alex. =M''Coy,Hugh
October 15, 1799, Page 1
Continued List from October 11th.
County of Antrim. James
November 1, 1799, Page 2
From the Madras Gazette
Monday, May 27, 1799:
The Following general return of killed, wounded and missing of the corps
composing the Army before Seringapatum, from the 4th of April to the 14th
of May, is published by the authority of the Right Hon. Governor General
Signed J. Webbe, Sec. to Gov. Gen.
Lieut. BLAIR, 1st bat. Madras artillery, wounded, 25th April.
December 3, 1799, Page 3, Doc. ID: 272814:
Ad with long list of signees, including the following Blairs.
Followed by complete list)
=Ferris,Owen =Ferris,Edward =Gray,And. =Brien,Owen =Conolly,Arth.
=Ackin,R. =M''Gill,Charles =M''Goffin,Mores =Hoddock,James =Douglas,John
=Allan,James =M''Guire,Philip =M''Connell,Hugh =Cooper,Samuel =Feir,Best
=Armstrong,James =Dounes,John. =Boyulan,Hugh =Irvine,Thomas =Girvin,James
=Armstrong,John =Johnston,James. =M''Farland,John =Lamb,John =Armstrong,Alex.
=Barber,James =M''Cavill,Thomas =M''Ildowney,A. =M''Kewer,Wm. =Caldwel,T.
=Baxter,Samuel =Baxter,John =Baxter,James. =Gibson,Andrew =Watson,John
=Bell,James/Jr. =Bell,James/Sr. =Bell,Samuel =Campbell,R. =Gray,A.
=Black,John =Sloan,Wm. =Lamb,Alexander. =Armstrong,DAvid =Graham,Michael
=Boak,Robert =Thompson,Wm. =Huston,John =Beard,James =Ramsay,Andrew =Park,Wm.
=Booth,William =Pentland,W. +Fintna =Steele,G/Stone =Paul,Henry =Kelly,H.
=Brodley,Wm. =Brodley,Tho. =Craufurd,Wm. =Quin,Wm. =Quin,Michael =Beatty,James
=Buchanan,Anselon =Buchanan,Alex. =Buchanan,Wm/Sr. =Buchanan,Beavor
=Buchanan,Eulis/A. =Buchanan,Thomas =Buchanan,W/Jr. =Buchanan,Arch.
=Buchanan,G. +Strart =Buchanan,P. +Tattyr =Buchanan,Andrew =Moore,John
=Buchanan,Wm. =Buchanan,Eulis. =Buchanan,G. =Buchanan,Robert =Buchanan,Bray
=Caldwell,Charles =Caldwell,James. =Crawford,William =Caldwell,Edward
=Campbell,Hugh =M''Farland,Walter =Killgore,William =Stuart,M. =Killgore,R.
=Chittick,John =Nethery,Wm. =Shiels,R. =Crawford,James =Conde,John =Ramsay,R.
=Cochran,A. =Scott,Charles =Edie,Nathaniel =Stanus,Ephraim =Smyly,William
=Condey,William =White,John =Smith,James =Miller,John =Hill,Robert
=Crauford,Joseph =Ramsay,James =Bond,Wm. =Owens,Patick =Rattegan,Wm.
=Crawford,John =Henderson,John =Montgomery,Tho. =Baulay,J. +Strabane
=Crosbie,Richard =Irvine,Gerrard. =Elliot,Henry/N. =Fleming,James
=Crozier,John =Warden,Hugh. =Nimmins,John =Pringle,Alexander =Hoey,William
=Culberston,Thos. =Culbertston,And. =White,George =Young,Wm. =Orr,Matthew
=Cunningham,G/L. =Stewart,H. =Hamilton,James =Hamilton,A/T. =Hamilton,John
=Davis,James =Irvine,Robert. =Turner,James =M''Caskey,John =O''Nail,Roger
=Delany,Patrick =M''Derrigan,John =Caldwell,Samuel =Fear,James =M''Kenighan,Tho.
=Denorel,James =Woods,James. =Anderson,Wm. =Hood,Robert =M''Morris,John
=Donnel,John =Long,Edward =M''Farland,J. =M''Donagh,James. =Patchell,William
=Donnel,Wm. =Wilson,John =Dun,Wm. =Patterson,John =Boyd,John =Brown,David
=Elliot,William =Kilpatrick,John =Nevill,Samuel =Ledlie,George =Eakin,Gabriel
=Ellis,Edward =Ellis,Patick =Hamilton,Robert =Hamilton,William
=Fair,Hugh =Harper,Daniel. =Brown,David =Mellan,Arthur =Potter,R. =Hughs,A.
=Fenton,John =Hamilton,Thos. =Hamilton,A. =Hill,John =Hamilton,J/Jr.
=Ferguson,William =Gallagher,Edward =Robinson,R. =Nevill,Samuel
=Fife,Robert =Porter,Thomas. =Alexander,Wm. =Pollock,Charles =Caldwell,J.
=Fleming,Pat. =Edie,William =Daniel,Wm. =Barely,Jos. =Morton,Sam.
=Forgy,Andrew =Blair,William =Law,Richard
=Galbraith,James =Church,John =Murray,W/L. =Sinclair,George =Bell,Humphry
=Gaston,James =Stirling,William =Wetheral,Thomas =Maxwell,A/Rev.
=Graham,Andrew =Nixon,James =Young,William =Moorhead,Joseph =Young,Robert
=Greer,John =Heatherington,J. =Rogers,William =Farran,Peter =M''Causland,Thos.
=Hamilton,Audley =M''Clintock,John. =Simpson,John =Simpson,William
=Hamilton,George =Moor,William =Stinnon,Charles =Lindsay,George.
=Hamilton,Hugh =Wilson,Robert =White,Andrew =Boak,H. =Smyly,Andrew
=Heasley,Robert =Porter,John =Moore,Robert =Gilmore,James =M''Crea,Wm.
=Henderson,Robert =Smyth,William =Caldwell,John =Hamilton,M.
=Huey,Thomas =M''Carbey,Hugh =M''Gork,Michael. =M''Loghlin,James =Devine,Owen
=Humphreys,D. =Stevenson,James =M''Crea,John =Lyons,Joseph =Leitch,John
=Hunter,R. =Hadden,Samuel. =Haden,George =Crozier,R. =Johnston,William
=Huston,Thomas =Nixon,Andrew. =Lyon,John =Lyon,Charles =M''Cann,R.
=Johnston,A. =M''Farland,James =Nixon,Robert =Given,George =Nixon,John
=Johnston,James =Wilson,James. =Wilson,Thomas =Graham,William =Graham,Duncan
=Johnston,John =Mann,William =Mann,James =Clemens,Thomas =M''Grew,John
=Kelly,Francis =Kelly,Owen =Skey,Daniel =M''Laughlin,G. =Cubbertson,John
=Kerr,Josias =Leitch,T/Rev. =Fleming,James =Donnell,E. =Caldwell,John
=King,William =Wallace,Sam. =Robinson,Jas. =King,W/Jr. =Moorhead,W.
=Knox,Edm/Rev. =Fowler,Rd/Rev. =Hamilton,J/S. =Staples,John =Moore,N/Mont.
=Knox,H. =Arbuckle,John =Kerr,Alex. =Brown,John
=Laird,James =Farson,William =Foster,Edward =Rainy,R. =Stewart,W.
=Lamb,Francis =Quin,Wm/Jr. =Best,Francis =M''Farland,James =Lamb,Wm.
=Leviston,Wm. =Sproule,Robert =Sproule,John =Sproule,Joseph =Sproule,Edw.
=Ligett,A. =Turner,Christ. =Davis,James. =Caldwell,Tho. =Kelly,Bryan
=Ligett,John =M''Cormick,Jen. =Acheson,J. =M''Curry,Hugh =Chittick,R. =Ramsay,R.
=Love,John =Miller,William =Ramsey,James =Kerr,James =Stincern,Robert
=Lyons,John =Gilmore,John =Fulton,George. =Knox,Thomas =Forgy,Francis
=M''Atanny,Chas. =Humes,James. =Corakin,D. =Neilson,Jarard/Sr.
=M''Connell,J/Sr. =M''Connell,J/Jr. =M''Farland,James +Dunenana =Huston,Samuel
=M''Crea,John =Alexander,James =Browne,A. =Hamilton,J. =Sproule,Charles
=M''Cullogh,John =Rainy,James =Bell,R. =M''Kibbon,Samuel. =Mahaffy,John
=M''Donagh,Wm. =Mullin,John. =M''Farland,James =Kennedy,William
=M''Farland,Robert =Crosbie,Robert. =Crosbie,James =Mitchell,James
=M''Gee,Hugh =Kenny,Samuel =Ekin,Adam =Boyle,Wm. =Brown,Wm. =Dunbar,Robert
=M''Ginn,Patrick =Greer,John. =M''Conkey,John =Hunter,A. =Barber,John
=M''Ilroy,Joseph =Ferguson,Wm. =King,John =M''Ginn,Pat. =Johnston,William
=M''Mahon,E/Rev. =Kelly,P/Rev. =M''Menomy,D. =M''Can,James =King,James
=Mackrell,George =Mackrell,Geo/Jr. =George,Andrew. =Dickson,Wm.
=Mahaffy,Thomas =Junk,Thomas =Woodhouse,John =Russel,R. =M''Gaw,John
=Marshall,H. +Culogh =Atthill,W. =Davison,J/Rev. =Sturrock,Thos/P.
=Maxwell,Richard =Downing,A/C. =Graham,R. =Graham,J. =Forsyth,Thomas
=Miller,Samuel =Geldrew,Philip =Halligan,Hugh =White,John =Moorhead,James
=Moffit,Thomas =Patterson,John =Patterson,James =Sheridan,William
=Montgomerie,James =Bell,Robert =Knox,Joseph.
=Moore,Edward =M''Reynolds,A. =Falls,James =Crawford,C. =Curry,William
=Neilson,Jarard/Jr. =Neilson,Robert =M''Cormick,David =Boyle,James =O''Nail,John
=Nesbit,John =M''Cay,James. =Gamble,Robert =Clarke,John =Gorden,J. =Cox,J.
=Quin,Hans =Johnston,Christ. =Sloan,Robert =Johnston,James =Moore,Samuel
=Rahtin,James =Mimnagh,John =Rahtin,N. =M''Ilroy,James =Gay,William
=Ramsay,James =Rogan,Francis. =Quin,Peter =Alexander,Jacob =Spiller,John
=Ramsay,Samuel =M''Ginn,John. =Carson,Joseph =M''Clintock,Jos. =Mallon,Peter
=Reily,Alexander =Girvin,James/Jr. =Dixon,R. =Irvin,J. =Carroll,Hugh
=Riche,James =Alexander,And. =Colhoun,John =Glackan,Hugh =Gallagher,John
=Robinson,Francis =Robinson,James. =Young,H. =Young,Samuel =Adams,William
=Rouse,James =Graham,John. =Neilson,William =Brown,Joseph =Wark,William
=Scott,Robert =Porter,John =Porter,James =Porter,Thomas =Smyly,Robert
=Sheils,John =Gouldsbury,F. =Pringle,John =Pringle,William =Galbraith,G.
=Sheridan,James =Sheridan,John. =Johnston,Alex. =Davis,William
=Simpson,Edward =Youngman,Chas. =Greet,Thomas =Greer,James =Wilson,Daniel
=Simpson,John =M''Intire,Leonard =Caldwell,Andrew =Calhoon,Thomas =Ramsay,John
=Smith,John =Simpson,John =Carter,Robert =Hunter,A. =Baxter,William
=Sproule,C. +Granam =Acheson,Charles. =Patterson,Wm. =Turner,Robert
=Sproule,James =Harpur,William. =Weldon,Fran. =Walder,Robert =Scott,John
=Stewart,Ham. =Stewart,Benj. =Stewart,John =Sturrok,W. =Delap,H/Rev.
=Stewart,James =M''Veagh,Arthur =Johnston,James =Gillespy,William =Blaney,James
=Stewart,Wm. =Porter,Robert =Moody,J. =Smyth,James =Donnel,Wm.
=Thompson,John =Henderson,Samuel =Alexander,James =Fulton,Samuel
=Thompson,Robert =Evans,John. =Stoaks,H/Rev. =Ward,John =Clarke,Rob/Rev.
=Verner,James =Lindsay,Robert. =Toler,John =Gledstanes,W/U. =Mackey,John
=Wachobe,C. =Weir,James =Leitch,Robert. =Rainey,John =Cuningham,Wm.
=Wallace,J. =Caldwell,William. =George,Mathew =Dawson,Thomas =M''Kenighan,Rob.
=Wallace,John =Buchanan,J. +Omagh =Buchanan,James =Buchanan,George
=Watson,Samuel =Smyth,William =Maxwell,Thomas =M''Creery,William =Harvey,Robert
=Watters,John =MCrodan,James. =Davidson,James =M''Mitchell,R. =M''Mitchell,John
=White,Robert =White,Matthew =Donaghy,Arthur. =Carson,James =M''Causland,And.
=White,Samuel =Jack,Edward. =Adams,William =Christie,John =Caldwell,John
=Winning,A. =Vincent,Rob/Rev. =Hamilton,Henry. =M''Anelly,James =Norris,Joseph
=Wirling,George =M''Loughlin,John. =Calhoon,James =Calhoun,Hugh =Gallagher,Tho.
=Young,James =Dunlap,William =Orr,John =White,James =Dunlap,James
Co. +Tyrone +Ireland national union +Great!Britain Irishman independence
income empire declaration. =Abercorn =Bristol =Caledon =Clogher,J.
20, 1799, Page 4
(Polictical Ad with long list of signees, including the following Blairs.
Complete list of other names follows)
December 4, 1799.
the undersigned Merchants and Freeholders of teh Manors of Rich-hill and
Mullalelish, having given the Measure of a Legislative Union with Great
Britain, the most serious consideration in our power, and having assembled
this day at Rich-hill, for the purpose of expressing our opinion publicly
thereupone; do hereby declare, that it has our most decided
disapprobation, and we do in consequence call upon ourr Representatives in
Parliament, to be indefatigable in their endeavours to preven the
establishment of a system which we conceive ?pinous to the trade,
consequence and prosperity of this country.
assembled representatives. parliament =Richardson,Wm.
+Rich!Hill 4 merchants freeholders manors +Mullalelish legislative union
=Albin,Robert =Stanley,Charles =Kinney,Robert =Bell,Samuel =Kain,Thomas
=Albion,John/Jr. =Woods,John =Harcourt,James =Wilson,George =Ruddock,John
=Andrews,Joseph =M''Mullon,Samuel. =Langtree,John =Fearon,Bernard =Wilson,Wm.
=Atkinson,John =Turkington,Wm. =M''Cleland,Hugh =Morison,J/Jr. =Morison,J/Sr.
=Best,Robt. =Cox,Richard =Jackson,John =Best,James =Jenkinson,John
=Best,Sam. =Chambers,Alex. =Whiley,Robt/Jr. =Rountree,James =Harris,Robt.
=Bountree,John =Halligan,John. =Andrews,Robert =Stanley,Ralph
=Boyce,Elisha =M''Mullen,Thos. =Kerr,Alexander =Procter,Thos. =Moor,Gaun
=Boyd,Robert =Blyke,John. =Atkinson,Henry =Shegog,John =Castigan,Thos.
=Bradshaw,Jas/Sr. =Sturgen,William. =M''Kell,William =Cullon,John
=Brown,George =Perison,Joseph =Pierson,Jacob =Wright,Robert.
=Brown,Samuel =Parks,Richard =Taylor,Robert =Allen,John =M''Clain,William
=Clinton,Johnathan =Lamb,James. =Gordon,Samuel =Woods,Thomas =M''Caine,Henry
=Crage,Robert =Jackson,John =Loney,James. =Albin,Wm. =Rountree,Thomas
=Donaghy,Rd/Sr. =Stephenson,Js/Sr. =Foster,John =Hewitt,Joseph =Wilson,Andrew
=Donaldson,Robert =Hewitt,James =Allen,Thomas =Neilson,Samuel =King,Wm.
=Falloon,Arthur =Falloon,Samuel =Stewart,John =White,John =Williamson,Robt.
=Ferguson,Arch. =Walker,Wm. =M''Broom,Jas. =M''Broom,John =Johnston,George
=Hewitt,Mark =Chapman,James =M''Cune,Thomas =Wright,Charles =Clinton,Wm.
=Hutchinson,James =Harris,Robert. =Roddle,James =Roddle,George =Gatgood,John
=Jackson,Wm. =Troughton,George =Clinton,Samuel =Rountree,Wm. =M''Cluskey,Mer.
=Jenkenson,David =Cuming,John =Watson,Wm. =Wright,Robert =Hampton,Michael
=Jenkinson,Wm. =Ballintine,John. =Jones,Thomas =Leney,Wm. =Walsh,John
=Johnston,John =Gardiner,Singleton =Greir,James =Robinson,John =Allen,George
=Kain,William =Balintine,Jn/Jr. =Graham,Henry =M''Kell,Sam/Jr. =Heatley,James
=Livingston,John =Hays,John. =M''Cleland,Charles =Hart,James =Odgers,John
=Loney,Abraham =Shenee,Robt. =Trouton,Thos. =Ford,Jacob =Ford,James
=Loney,John =M''Mullon,Thos. =M''Cann,Geo. =Person,Abraham =Harcourt,Rich.
=Loney,John =Robinson,John =Ruddle,Wm. =Johnston,James =Hall,Thomas
=M''Carrison,Francis =Wilson,John. =Gibson,James =Gibson,John =Jackson,Edward
=M''Clure,Thomas =Person,Joshua. =Greir,James =Jackson,Joseph =Woods,William
=M''Conn,David =Gipson,James. =Heatley,Philip =Hutchinson,John =Hanlon,Edward
=M''Nies,James =Boyce,Robert =Stephenson,James =Donaghy,Richard =Donaghy,Hugh
=Mackey,Ben. =Albin,James =M''Clathchey,Rich. =M''Cune,James =M''Cune,Arch.
=Moor,James =M''Kill,Edw. =Walker,Thos. =Albin,Robert =Trotter,Wm.
=Mullan,Bernard =Gray,Samuel. =Hewitt,Edward =Hewitt,Edw/Jr. =Wilson,Charles
=Osborne,Joseph =Jenkinson,Henry =Thornbury,Robt. =Thornbury,Wm.
=Pierson,John =Forquer,Hugh. =Wilson,George =Ruddle,James =Trotter,Robt.
=Presick,Christ. =Albion,John =Albin,Christ. =Troughton,Thos. =Wilson,Robert
=Reid,James =Walker,George. =Armstrong,Thos. =Robinson,James =Moor,Arch.
=Rountree,Wm. =Morra,George =Jordan,Robert =Haddock,Jacob =Logan,James
=Shanks,Israel =Jones,Wm. =Stephenson,Wm. =Weathreal,Richd. =Frizzle,George
=Sinton,John =Wilson,Samuel =Irvin,John/Jr. =Irvin,John/Sr. =Albin,Wm/Sr.
=Sinton,Thomas =Donaldson,Robert =Dougherty,John =Hodgens,Thomas
=Softley,John =M''Crorey,John =Hewitt,Alex. =Huges,Michael =Persion,Jacob/Sr.
=Tembrill,John =Flavel,William =Best,Richard =Andrews,Hugh =Orr,James
=Thompson,Geo. =Logan,John =Hunter,Laurens =Harbinson,John =Finnigan,Arthur
=Thompson,George =Best,Thomas =Rountree,Thomas =Allen,Henry =Kain,Sachevarl
=Trowton,Richard =Grier,Thomas. =Brown,David =Walsh,John =Stewart,John
=White,Francis =Rountree,John =Totton,Henry =Totton,Samuel =Morrow,Robert
=Whitley,Robt. =Hays,James =M''Kill,James =Wright,Thomas =Watson,Wm/Sr.
=Willamson,Hugh =Blair,Wm. =Hoey,Thos.
=Williamson,Wm. =Allen,Willam. =Sloan,James =Donaldson,James =Donaldson,Wm.
=Woods,George =Ballentine,Alex. =Hutchison,David =Cole,John =Stewart,Wm.
=Wright,Wm. =Preston,William =Shaw,Thomas
December 31, 1799, Page 4
(Polictical Ad with long list of signees, including the following Blairs.
Complete list of other names.)
subject of a Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland having
undergone a full and extensive consideration, it is to be presumed that
few men are at this day undecided in the opinions on that momentous
object. We, whose names are
undersigned, take this method of conveying to the Public our sentiments on
that most important question.
We are not suptifed? that different opinions should prevail on a
subject so interesting, and so extensive; we therefore hold the sentiments
of such of our fellow countrymen as happen to be different from our own,
in that just respect that is due to their characters and their property in
our county. We deem it
however right, at this period, to declare our own.
The principle of a Legislative Union between this kingdom and Great
Britain, founded on equality of trade, equality of protection, equality of
constitutional rights and privileges, and equality of taxation, according
to the respective wealth and resources of both kingdoms, meets with our
But while we thus declare our approbation of the general principle,
we are not to be understood to pledge ourselves to the detail.
That detail we consider arduous and difficult.
However, we do not think the apparent difficulty ought to
discourage the efforts to accomplish an object that, in our opinion, will
strengthen the Empire at large, allay private discontents and religious
animosities in this kingdom, and bury forever the jealousies that are
inseparable from a federal connexion between distinct and independent
(The above Declaration has been signed by the following Noblemen
and Gentlemen, with several thousand others whose names we will insert
when we can make room.)
Dougherty,Cha. Devein,M. +Straid
+Cloucha +Glebe M''Integer,Sam.
Dogherty,Owen M''Farland,Walter +Culduff
Co. +Fermanagh. Hart,John
+Birdstown Maxwell,Wiliam. M''Clintock,R. +Dunmore
Brown,James M''Clean,P. +Janque
Carson,Wm. Kelly,J. +Killar
Creighton,John. Hayes,Sam/Sir +Drumboe!Castle
Gourly,Andrew Lynch,J. +Dimamore
Dean,Alex. Wallace,M. +Carnshanaugh.
Fairman,R. Kelly,J. +Meenavay.
Finlay,James Gregg,W. +Tommyscroft
+Magherauby Dermond,P. Peoples,Wm. +Dremaida
Cullen,W. Russel,T. +Drumeny
Ewing,Wm. Cooke,J. +Lismore
+Clan Nesbitt,Joshua +Tullydonnell
Love,James Love,Patrick. Dogherty,Owen
+Ash Ferguson,Andrew Huey,Alex. +Castleforward.
Henry,James Greer,Wm. Walker,Philip
Johnson,Mat. Haran,Wm. Bryn,C/Sr.
Riddell,Robt. Ball,Jas. +Shanon
Leslie,John Chichester,W. +Cloncah
Lynch,Geo/Sr. Weylie,John Weylie,Eph.
Murray,John Carswel,J. +Calunca
M''Clean,Pat. Gallagher,Pat. M''Clean,Daniel
M''Gin,John M''Cleary,Oliver M''Grorey,Denis
Kennedy,J/P. Smith,Thos. +Ramullan
+Plaster Paterson,Wm. Dickson,T. +Ballyshanan
Scott,Moses Baird,M. +Castlefin
Reid,Geo. Cany,D. +Dunross
Conyngham Londonderry Wicklow
Wra,John Menger,John Brown,Thos.
Leckey,Alex. M''Nair,Robert Davis,John
M''Clintock,A. Clandining,R. +Dromore
Co. +Donegall legislative union +Great!Britain +Ireland declaration
January 3, 1800, Page 4, Doc. ID 252906: ADPOL GOVIRL
Ad with long list of signees, including the following Blairs.
Complete list of other names follows.)
=Carson,Chas. =Porter,Chas. =Porter,Alex. =Browne,Sam. =Long,Robt.
+Bellylinn. =McIntire,W. +Bellagh =Fulton,Jn. =Latta,Sam. =Docherty,Wm.
+Cluntagh. =Farna,B. +Strago =Dougherty,A. +Ballylissin =Dougherty,Js.
+Letterkenny =Botes,D. =Gordon,K. barony +Raphoe =Rogan,R. =Neile,Dom.
+Maghramore. =Ewing,Alex. =Motherall,Wm. =Laird,John =Motherall,Francis.
+Maghrimore. =Colhoun,J. +Figart =Carney,Den. +Lenour!Muncuagh =Lynch,W.
+St!Johnston =Kerr,J/Jr. =Latta,John =Latta,Abm. =Latta,Wm. =Wright,Wm.
+Tullycleave =Shanon,Sam. =Baron,Dan =Baron,Pat. =Baron,Bryan =Gara,Teague
=Askin,James. =Gillespie,Dan. =O''Gara,Teigue =Hegarty,Connel =Michan,James
=Baird,T. =Baird,Sam. =Fulton,D. =Boggs,Jas. +Lagg =Dougherty,J. +Mallin
=Bern,Patrick =Porter,John =Haroughy,John =O''Brown,Mich. =Flaherty,Dan.
=Beson,Dan. =Stevenson,Tho. =Byers,Arch. =Temple,Jn. =Duffy,Cha. =Cooper,Jn.
=Birn,James =Gillespy,Murria =Gillespy,Chars. =McConnell,Jn. =Scott,Jn.
=Bogle,John =Murdaugh,Jas. =McGlaughlin,Barn. =Monaghan,W. =Monaghan,James
=Bole,Wm. =Crawford,Geo. =McKennitt,Rt. =Love,Wm. =Love,Jas. =Strong,Arthur
=Boyd,Jn. =Hamilton,Jn. =Boyd,Hu. =Boyd,Denis =Porter,Js. =Clarke,Wm.
=Boyd,Mat. =McJunkin,J/Sr. =Vance,Alex. Vance,Pat. =Wilson,Wm.
=Brenan,Jack. =Mickey,Jugh =Meneely,Js. =McCadon,Bryan =Harley,Dan.
=Brenan,Laughlin =McTeer,Chas. =Getigan,James =McAready,Jas. =McAready,Wm.
=Brenan,Thos. =Mancely,Jo. =O''Donnell,Js.
=Breslaw,Chas. =Breslaw,Pat. =Brislaw,Thos. =Breshlaw,Con. =Breshlaw,M.
=Brogan,Dan. =McCue,Jn. =Dougherty,Geo. =Freele,Darley =Freele,Js.
=Brogan,Edw. =Slavin,Con. =Hogarty,Jn. =McCadden,Edw. =Thomas,Wm. =Mican,Pat.
=Brogan,Mich. =Brogan,James =Brogan,Mich. =McBrearty,Dan. =McHugh,Neal
=Brogan,Pat. =Kenny,Mich. =Boyle,Owen =McGetlegan,Js. =Kennedy,Ed.
=Brogan,Pat. =O''Boyle,Wm. =Twigan,Mich. =Mican,Stephen =Cahill,Pat
=Brown,Shane. =Kerigan,Tho. =Gillespy,Francis =Diver,Hugh =Galagher,John
=Browne,Mich/Sr. =Flaherty,Dan. =Browne,Mich/Sr. =Byrne,Owen =McCaddin,Philip
=Buchannon,Wm. =Glen,Jas. =McMuan,And. =Cassenden,Thos. =Knowd,Robt.
=Burn,John. =Shanaghan,Owen =Shanaghan,Darby =Kenedy,Dan. =Hughes,Wm.
=Byrne,Con/Bawn =McNeils,Fra. =McAndrew,Cor. =Millar,Pat =Millar,John
=Byrne,Mich =Griffith,Geo. =Gallagher,Pat. =Porter,Pat. =Meehan,Teague
=Byrne,Pat. =Ferry,Dan. =Carr,Con. =Gillespy,Marcus =Galagher,Pat.
=Campbell,Dan. =Campbell,Pat. =Kelly,James =Campbell,Dan. =Gallagher,Fedy.
=Campbell,John =Galagher,Bryan. =Magrath,Corn. =Galagher,Connel
=Campbell,John =Wilson,Jn. =Donaghy,Wm. =Donaghy,John =Donaghy,James.
=Campbell,Neal =Kilday,Conel =Fury,Bryan =Burk,Thos. =Mely,Hugh =Quin,Owen
=Campbell,Thomas =Campbell,Wm. =Cunningham,And. =McConnell,Robt.
=Canaghan,J. =Mulderig,J. =McTeague,Mich. =Hegrity,Nogher =Laird,Joseph
=Cannon,Ant. =Canaghan,John. =Haroughey,T. =Haroughey,Neal =Monaghan,Thos.
=Cannon,Denis =Hamil,Pat. =McClosky,Con. =McFaddin,Con. =Michan,Owen
=Cannon,Owen. =Hegarty,Hugh/Sr. =Hegarty,Geo. =Slavin,James =McElher,James,
=Carman,Pat. =McCulen,Cormel. =Harkin,Tho. =Harkin,Tho/Jr. =Brown,Mich.
=Carscaden,Wm. =Barker,James =Graham,James =Griffith,Anth. =Thomas,Phil.
=Caskaden,Rob. =Thompson,J/Sr. =Thompson,J/Jr. =Cuskaden,Jas/Jr. =Reid,Thos.
=Cassidy,Francis. =McClure,John =McClure,Wm. =Colvin,Pat. =Colvin,Wm.
=Cassidy,Roger =Cassidy,Sam. =McClintock,Arron =Cassidy,Edw.
=Chesnut,Pat. =Mancely,Jn. =Heley,Chas. =Heley,John =Traver,John
=Clark,Wm. =McConigan,C. =Cassidy,Owen =Braddon,Thos. =Braddon,Henry.
=Colven,And. =Mancely,Andw. =Wilson,Jas. =Wilson,Wm. =Shannon,Js. =Lean,Pat.
=Conaghan,John =Conaghan,Pat. =Conaghan,Owen =Hastings,Pat. =Carr,Chas.
=Conaghan,Peter. =Montgomery,Robt. =Marshall,John =McNought,John
=Conaghan,Shane =Rogers,John =Woods,John =Woods,Jas. =Buchannon,Sam.
=Cook,Robert =Cassidy,Edmond =Dean,John. =O''Bern,Francis =Given,John/Sr.
=Cooper,Wm. =Scott,James =Scott,Thomas =Scott,James/Jr. =McBrearty,Robert
=Coulter,Cha. =Durrion,Chas. =McGraorty,Cha. =Jenny,Jn. =Jenny,Miles
=Coulter,Geo. =Coulter,Geo/Sr. =Byrne,Ant. =Ramsay,J. +Tullyoze =Crawford,Tho.
=Coulter,John =Long,Sam. =Long,Tho. =Hamilton,Geo. =Hegarty,Geo/Jr.
=Coulter,Robt. =Murray,And. =Kirk,Wm. =McConnel,Chas. =Boyd,Pat.
=Coulter,Sam. =Thompson,Ant. =Tompson,Jas. =Colgan,John =McGrath,Pat.
=Cramsey,Pat. =McClosky,Mich. =McCrever,Ja. =Lenaghan,Ja. =Meehan,Js.
=Crawford,Adam. =Perry,Js. =Dweny,Hu. =McClintock,Noble =McClintock,Wm.
=Crilly,Francis =Galagher,Hu. =Doherty,Phelix =McLoughlin,Wm. =Feery,Pat.
=Crockett,Robert =Thomson,John. =Dun,Moses =Porter,Andrew =Dormond,Arth.
=Crockett,Wm/Sr. =Crockett,Wm/Jr. =Crocket,Thomas. =McRab,John =McRab,Wm.
=Crow,C. =Scott,G. +Mount!Charles. =Connor,Jas. =Williams,Rich.
=Cruinber,Wm. =Lockard,And. =McBride,Jr. =McBride,R/Sr. =Maxwell,Jn.
=Cullen,John =Gervis,Wm. =Given,Rob. =Gervis,Arth. =Creighton,Jn. =Lyin,Wm.
=Cunningham,And. =Cunningham,Wm. =Wilson,Alex. =Lyons,Jas. =Wilson,George
=Cunningham,Edw. =Cunningham,Wm. =McLoughlin,Wm. =Swiney,Roger
=Cunningham,Jas. =Cunningham,Wm. =Cunningham,J. =Cunningham,Robt.
=Cunningham,John =McAteer,Denis =Johnston,Wm. =Birn,John =Birn,Pat.
=Cunningham,John. =McCrea,Robert =Davidson,Wm. =Davison,Thos.
=Cunningham,Rich. =Culbert,James =O''Donel,T. +Maghrilehan =Doherty,B.
=Cusskaden,Alex. =Cusskaden,Geo/Jr. =Freele,Bryan =Freele,Owen =Dunken,Alex.
=Dain,John. =Mitchell,Sam. =Mitchell,John =Mitchell,Jas. =McCallog,Tague
=Darian,Wm. =Darian,Wm. =Symer,Ardis =McCahill,Jn. =Haroughey,Js. =Canan,Darby
=Daver,Terance =Kennedy,Art. =Galagher,Connell =Lyons,Pat. =Lyons,James.
=Daving,Nail/C. =Doherty,Anth. =Doherty,Pat. =Doherty,John =Brown,Mich.
=Davis,Thos. =Duncan,M. +Mulna =Dunkan,Js. =Young,Fra. +Summy =Young,Wm/Sr.
=Dean,Js. =Peery,Geo. =Wilson,Wm. =Dean,Pat. =Miles,Thos. =Miles,Geo.
=Deery,Thos. =Gallagher,Thos. =Gallagher,Owen. =Gallagher,Conil =Dorian,Pat.
=Dobbin,Tho. =Walker,Alex. =Coyngham,Wm. =Dogherty,James =Mely,Hugh
=Dogherty,James =Dogherty,John =Burns,Patt. =Askin,Mich. =Byrne,John
=Doherty,Cha. =Loughlin,D/M. =Gabbon,Owen. =Doherty,Ed. =Doherty,M.
=Doherty,Jn. =Doherty,Jas. =Doherty,Gustavus =Read,Jas. =McKee,Thos.
=Doherty,Mich. =McNeiles,Owen =McNeilus,Tho. =Donlevy,Anth. =Mahon,John
=Donlevy,James =Hogerty,Chas. =Michan,And. =Waugh,James =Conaghan,James
=Donnell,Denis =Griffith,Anth. =Griffith,Chas. =Griffith,Mich =Griffith,Jn.
=Dorian,Hu. =Dorian,John =McClosky,Peter =McCalvey,John =Fenny,Pat.
=Dorian,Hugh =Dorian,Dan. =Dobbin,Samuel =Mickey,James =Armstrong,James
=Dougherty,J. =Dougherty,E. =Dougherty,Jn. =McLoney,W. =Dogherty,D. +Cleagh
=Dunkvie,Js. +Drumnesillagh =Canan,Dom. +Mullnancabrath =Leader,Hen. +Cray
=Dunuian,Mich. =Gillespy,Ju. =Fitzsummons,Hen. =Coulter,Adam. =Dunwin,Hu.
=Elher,Simon =Bride,Pat. =Boyle,Dan. =Shoulin,Pat. =Boyle,Bryan =Boyle,J.
=Elliot,C. +Gortnasilla =Shanon,W. +Kilelony =Gilde,C. +Glenmakins
=Ewing,James =Ewing,John =Ewing,Alex. =Kerr,John =Kerr,Js/Sr. =Kerr,Rt.
=Fawcett,James =Crawford,Js. =Porter,Wm. =Porter,Js/Jr. =Porter,J/James
=Feery,John =Galanagh,Wm. =Galagher,John =Hood,Chas. =Slavin,Edw.
=Fenter,Frs. +Rutland =Rogers,Frs. =Manton,Jn. +Luckly =McElroy,J.
=Finly,James =McConnel,H. =Campbell,Mat. =McAdoo,James =Thomson,John.
=Flaherty,Edw/Jr. =Sweeny,Roger =Murray,Thos. =Haroughy,Hu. =Flaherty,A.
=Flaherty,Neal =Flaherty,Edw. =Harough,Pat. =Hagherty,Tedy =McBugh,Owen
=Flyne,Wm. =McNutty,John. =McCulleon,Jas. =Cooper,Mark =Philips,Pat.
=Galagher,Con. =Murray,Owen =McGuire,Roger =McGuire,Francis =Ward,Owen
=Galagher,Denis =McClosky,Pat. =Brishland,Dan. =Meehan,Jas. =Byrne,Philip
=Galagher,Denis =O''Boyle,Connell =Hendry,Wm. =Scott,James. =Hendry,Alex.
=Galagher,Edw. =McAllog,Hugh. =Gallagher,Jas/Sr. =Gallagher,Jas/Jr.
=Galagher,James =Haroughy,Neal =Dunnin,Connel =Dunnian,Owen =Haraghey,John,
=Galagher,Owen =Haughey,Owen =McCollian,Thos. =Gillespy,Jas. =Duggin,Bryan
=Galagher,Owen =Ward,Wm. =Irving,Francis =Ward,Farigal/Sr. =Ward,Denis
=Galanagh,John =Thomas,Wm. =Twigan,Jas. =Kennedy,Owen =Haroughy,Mich.
=Galanagh,Pat. =Doney,Wm. =Gallagher,Hugh =O''Boyle,John =Murrin,Geo.
=Galanagh,W/Jr. =Galagher,Denis =Sheils,Jas. =Flood,Wm. =Kennedy,Jas.
=Galdin,Pat. =McMullen,John =McGrorty,Pat. =Monaghan,John =Stewart,Wm.
=Gallagher,D. =McCollion,L. =Cannon,James =Giddea,Denis. =Gillespy,Jas.
=Gallagher,Js. =Hasaughy,Neil =Boyle,Dudley =Boyle,Js. =Waugh,Wm. =Waugh,Js.
=Gilday,Jas. =Cassidy,Bryan =Cassidy,Pat =McClosky,Pat. =McNulty,Chas.
=Gillaspy,Bryan. =Conaghan,Owen =Breslau,Js. =Mahaffey,Jn. =Hewitt,Robt.
=Gillaspy,Moses =Gallagher,Js. =McCollin,Mau. =Haroughy,Neil =Haroughy,Pat.
=Gilles,James =Gilles,James/Jr. =Glacken,Pat. =Sterling,Chas. =Lowry,Wm.
=Gillespie,Dan. =Hughes,Phil. =Cusskaden,Jas. =Cusskaden,Geo/Sr.
=Gillespie,Wm. =Cun,Dick =Harroughey,Jas. =Lawn,Wm. =Brearty,Jas. =Gulloy,Dan.
=Gillespy,Denis =Gillespy,Wm. =Finlay,John =Galanagh,Roger. =McGrorty,Bryan
=Gillespy,Edw. =Galagher,Owen =Galagher,Mich. =McCallion,Owen =Hegarty,Pat.
=Given,David. =Griffith,John =McJunkin,John =Bready,John =Lock,Alex.
=Glacken,Ed. =Meechan,James =Mitchel,Samuel. =Kerns,Alex. =Haroughey,Mich.
=Glacken,Edw. =Glacken,Edw/Jr. =Stewart,Robt. =McBrearty,Tom =Kearon,Mich.
=Glackin,Hu/Jr. =Macklen,Bryan. =Glacken,Pat. =Glacken,Connel =Cooper,Mark
=Glaken,Pat. =Gibbons,Thomas =McGonigle,Hugh =McGonigle,Wm. =McConnell,Chas.
=Glass,Chas. =Rogers,Robt. =Rogers,Jn. =Cassidy,A. =Rogers,Sam/Jr.
=Griffith,Albert =Monaghan,J. =Monaghan,Pt. =Moohan,Ha. =Moohan,J.
=Griffith,Geo. =Gallagher,John =Nicholson,John =McConigan,Thos. =Hamilton,E.
=Griffith,Peter =McAllin,James =McGagirty,Owen =Quinn,Pat. =Kavanagh,John
=Griffith,Thos. =Williams,Geo. =Boyle,Mich. =Boyle,Ed. =McCollien,Fra.
=Hamilton,Geo. =Hamilton,James =Maneely,Edw. =McConigan,Chas. =McConigan,Thos.
=Hamilton,Wm. =Marshall,Sam. =Marshal,James. =Peoples,Hugh =Mitchell,James
=Hanany,Chas. =Barrenet,Wm. =Green,Hu. =Cannon,Pat. =Cannon,Owen/Sr.
=Hara,Cormick =Buchanan,Wm. =Murray,Hu. =Cassidy,Wm. =Peery,Js. =Walker,Jn.
=Harkin,Thos. =Harkin,John =Harkin,Thos/Jr. =Michan,Shane =Kilpatrick,Tho.
=Haroughey,Bryan =Brodley,Mich. =Lyons,Denis =Haroughey,Mich. =Lohery,Edw.
=Haroughey,J. =Carr,Mich. =Carr,Bryan =Carr,Miles =Cramsy,Edw. =Dorian,Pat.
=Haroughey,Owen =Quinn,Mick. =Quinn,Edw. =Quinn,Neal =McHugh,James
=Haroughey,Pat. =Davitt,Wm. =Slavin,Mich. =Galagher,Cormick. =O''Donnel,James
=Harpur,Hugh =Harpur,John =Harpur,Wm. =McAnan,John =Walker,Edw.
=Harrooghy,Js. =McGrady,Owen =McHugh,Shane =Devitt,Jully =Dermond,Peter
=Haughey,Ed. =Haughey,Wm. =Haughey,Owen =Haughey,Owen/Sr.
=Hegan,John =Hegan,John =Hegan,Roger =Kennedy,Alex. =Kennedy,Thos.
=Hegarty,Denis =Hegarty,Pat =Michan,Neal =McCallion,Tho. =Hegarty,Chas.
=Hegarty,Francis =McCallion,Mat. =McCallion,Owen =Cassidy,Con.
=Hegarty,Pat. =Mely,Edw. =McLaughlin,Pat. =Collins,John =Burk,Lau.
=Henderson,Jas. =Edwards,John =Edwards,Tho. =Brogan,Denis. =Hegarty,Ed.
=Hilly,J. =Williamson,James =Williamson,Geo. =McCreedy,John =Hughes,James
=Houghey,Nat. =McClean,Pat. =Canon,Cormick/Sr. =Dormelt,Jn. +Letterkelly
=Ingram,Sampson =Hamilton,Geo. =Pance,J. +Drimgaman =McConagle,Js. +Mullinbuy.
=Johnston,Geo. =O''Donnell,Denis =O''Donnell,Neale. =O''Donell,Connell.
=Johnston,Jn. =Scott,Chas. =Long,Chas. =Long,Alex. =Johnston,Thos. =Gills,Js.
=Judge,Mark =Getigan,Pat. =Hogens,Tho. =Feery,Owen =Tully,John
=Judge,Samuel =Brogan,John =McHugh,Jas. =Collins,Pat. =McCahill,Dan.
=Kearon,Js. =Lyon,Jn. =McNelly,Jas. =Lungan,Jn. =Mitchel,John =Fawcell,Henry
=Keeny,Denis =Freele,Jas. =McCollien,Fra. =McCollien,Bryan =Freele,Jas.
=Keerney,Matt. =Griffith,Mich. =Canon,Anth. =Gildue,Denis =Breslaw,Darby
=Kelly,Mich/Jr. =Hogerty,Murtagh =Hogerty,Maurice =McGroarty,Bryan
=Kenedy,Peter =Kenedy,Jn. =Galagher,Mich. =Higgins,Jas. =Galagher,Owen.
=Kennedy,John =Jameson,Sam. =Humes,Thos. =Dougherty,Pat. =Galagher,Anth.
=Kerr,Tho. =Kerr,Robt. =Auld,Ephm. =Smith,Jas. =Armour,Wm. =Mackey,Sam.
=Kilpatrick,Geo. =Kilpatrick,Wm. =Harken,Tho/Sr. =Harkin,Tho/Jr. =Karkin,John
=Kinkead,Henry =Hood,James =McCay,Henry. =McCay,Sam. =Hamilton,Anth.
=Kirk,Geo/Jr. =Kirk,James =Kirk,Dan/Jr. =Curran,Peter =McKee,Andrew
=Lawn,Thomas =Crawford,David =McElwain,George =McElwain,Chas. =Cuskaden,Jas.
=Lockart,Alex. =Harken,Thos. =Coulter,John =Coulter,Ad. =Colter,Rich.
=Logan,David =Owens,Chrs. =McSwine,Dan. =Stinson,John =Stinson,And.
=Long,Robt. =Warnock,Thos. =Mickey,Hu. =Given,John/Jr. =Sheldan,Chas.
=Loon,H/M. +Kilcran. =Porter,Jn. +Lackagh =Scott,Alex. =Strong,Wm.
=Magerty,Mich. =Monaghan,Hu. =Williams,Thos. =Brisklan,Neal. =Brngan,Wm.
=Maginnis,J. =Boggs,Wm. +Gobrey. =Moore,A. +Belelahan =Marret,Wm. +Killian
=Magrorty,Denis. =Diver,Anth. =Kennedy,Dolty =O''Boyle,Pat. =Cook,Ceo.
=Mahon,Jos. +Mullaghderg =Mahon,Geo. =Murray,Cha. +Mullaghduff. =O''Hear,Tho.
=Maneles,Wm. =Conaghan,Chas. =O''Boyle,Duncan =McKeon,Pat =McGliney,Tho.
=Marshall,G/Capt. =Williams,Fran. =Keys,Wm. =Henderson,Wm. =Lytle,John
=Marshall,John =Rankin,Geo. =Colquhone,Tho. =Dougherty,Chs. =Russell,T.
=Martin,Fran =Scanlon,Jas. =Clery,John =Martin,Denis =Cannon,Jas.
=Martin,John =McKenny,Pat =Kennedy,Pat =Ward,Farigal =Kelly,Con. =Glackin,Wm.
=McBrearty,Chas. =McBrearty,Pat. =Galagher,Phelim =McLoughlin,Thos.
=McBrearty,Dan. =McJunkin,Robt. =McJunkin,Jas. =McJunkin,John.
=McBrearty,Wm. =Dunnian,Mich. =Philips,John =Scott,Hu. =Maguire,Tho.
=McCaffry,Owen =McCaffry,Hugh. =Brenan,Thos. =Michan,John =McBride,Neale
=McCahill,Denis. =Mohan,Chas. =Kelly,Corn. =McCahill,Dan. =Cannow,,Bryan
=McCahill,Pat/Sr. =McCahill,Pat/Jr. =McCahill,Cha. =Mahan,James =McHugh,Mich.
=McCahill,Tho. =McCahill,Hugh =McCahill,Connel. =Meehan,Peter =McCabe,Bryan
=McCallion,Bryan =O''Gara,Denis =Mican,Jn. =Thomas,Jn. =Martin,Peter
=McCallion,Neal =McCallion,Owen =Maxwell,James =Dunlevy,Anthony =Carr,James
=McCarron,Bryan =Glacken,Pat/Sr. =Carr,Phil/PP +Kilcare =McBrearty,Dan.
=McCausland,Clad. =Millar,John =McGuire,Bryan =Goulden,Peter =Griffith,W/Jr.
=McCay,Arch =Speer,Andrew =McDowell,Wm. =Lockart,Thos. =McCormick,John
=McClean,Semion. =Cormane,Lenty =Kennedy,Pat. =Downey,Wm. =Mulloy,Jn.
=McCleland,Sam. =McCleland,James. =Alexander,James =Alexander,Thos.
=McCloskey,Eaver. =Donnell,Mich. =Donnell,Owen =Harrowgby,Wm. =Meenally,Jn.
=McCollagh,Jn. =McCollagh,Alex. =Scott,Fra. =Scott,Chas. =Scott,Rich.
=McCollagh,Ow. =Scott,Js. =Long,Pat. =Adams,Wm. =Adams,Thos. =Carson,Robt.
=McCollaugh,S. =Shiels,James =Hagherty,Coonell =Browne,Edward =Williams,John
=McCollien,Fra/Jr. =Boyle,Fra. =McCollien,Wm. =McCollien,Pat. =Gilloshy,Neil
=McConegan,Pat. =Crawford,Thos. =McKee,James =Haughey,Neal =Coulter,James
=McConigan,Connel. =McConigle,Wm. =McClintock,Ralph =Dain,Mich.
=McConigan,James. =Kenny,Chas. =Waugh,Thos. =Forde,Thos. =Glass,James
=McConigan,Jas. =Byrne,Hu. =O''Donnel,Owen =O''Donel,Edw. =McNeilus,Owen
=McConigan,Pat. =Rogers,Jas. =Clarke,Thos. =Clarke,Wm. =Holmes,Wm.
=McConnell,Alex. =Lethem,Alex. =Leathem,Wm/Jr. =Alexander,Wm. =Wilson,James
=McConnell,Robt. =McConnell,Rich. =McKee,James =Boyd,Robt. =Scott,Wm.
=McConyngham,M. =McShare,Jas. =McCloskey,Jas. =McCloskey,Pat.
=McCrory,Cor. =O''Boyle,James =McShane,T. =Deverry,D/PP. =Haroughey,Owen
=McCue,Henry =McCue,Js. =Kelly,Ant. =Bogle,Jn. =Porter,Jas. =Boyle,And.
=McCullen,Tho. =Canon,Bryan =Hegarty,Pat. =McCulle,And. =Latta,James
=McCullion,N. =Ramsay,Pat. =Dermond,Mich. =Dermond,Corn. =Quin,Cha.
=McDaid,Wm. =McReely,Jackey =McCahill,Mickey. =Deery,Dan. =McBrearty,Jn.
=McDead,Ed. =Kyles,Joseph =Mitchell,John =Bogle,Thos. =Thompson,John
=McElher,Thos. =McAndweely,N. =Class,Js. =McBrearty,Pat. =Deery,Barny
=McElkar,Pat. =Graham,Henry =McCulloch,Alex. =Elliott,Hugh.
=McEntrie,Owen =Carr,Owen =Metcalf,Jas. =Chesnut,John =Chesnut,Wm.
=McFaddin,Owen =O''Donnel,Nealen =Mitchell,James =Carrin,Neal. =Mitchell,Pat.
=McFadin,John =Chesnut,Wm/Jr. =McGara,Pat. =Donlevy,James =McMonigle,Darby
=McGlanoughy,J/Jr. =Cairns,Js. =Boyd,Mat. =McClosky,Art. =Meehan,Js.
=McGonegal,Pat. =Swiney,Owen =O''Boyle,Connel =Magrarty,Jas. =McClosky,Wm.
=McGrorty,John =Kennedy,John =Sweeny,Owen =Cook,Thomas. =Walker,N.
=McGuire,Denis =Davitt,Dan. =Mohan,Wm. =Michan,Pat. =Mohan,Eugenius
=McHugh,James =Davitt,Anth. =Cunny,Pat. =Carr,Fran. =Kenedy,James/Sr.
=McHugh,Pat. =McHugh,John =Mehan,John =Meehan,Pat. =Gillaspy,John
=McIntire,Arch. =Wilson,John =Davison,Sam. =Davison,John. =Dugall,Wm.
=McJunkin,Mat. =Thompson,Moses =Coulter,Rich. =Allingham,Edw. =Vance,Jn/Jr.
=McKee,Adam. =Johnston,Fred. =Johnston,Wm. =McJunkin,James =McJunkin,Robt.
=McKee,Robt.=Bern,Francis =McCoy,Jas. =McCoy,Thos. =Jervis,Jn. =Richey,And.
=McLoon,Js. =McLoon,Shane. =Rogers,Jn. +Deery =Rodgers,Peter =Canon,Cormick
=McManus,Cha. =Meehan,Barclay =Hogarty,Peter =Keeny,Denis =Meehan,Mich.
=McMonigle,John =McMonigle,Fran. =Boyle,Teigue =Conigan,Pat. =Sweeny,Neile
=McMullan,Alex. =Galagher,And. =Meehan,John =Madden,Edw. =Murray,Tho.
=McMullen,Neal =Scanlan,Wm. =Bern,And. =Blake,Denis. =Dogherty,James
=McNeilly,Wm. =Mancely,Geo. =Mekey,Robert =Radford,Eben. =Mancely,And.
=McNeilus,John =Berne,Lanty. =McNeilus,Bryan =Murry,Denis =Byrne,Thos.
=McRab,Sam. =Downing,Andrew =Downing,John. =McKane,Moses =Laird,James
=McReely,Wm. =Harper,Jn. =Caringham,Wm. =Hogherty,B. =Kelly,M/Sr.
=McRoarty,Cormell =Brogan,Jn. =Freel,J/Jr. =Glackaw,Pat. =Owanny,Pat.
=McRoarty,Denis =Meehan,Pat. =Donnell,Connel =Gallagher,John =Gildell,Owen
=McShane,Teague =McNeilus,Phil. =Bryn,Bryan/Jr. =Gillespy,John =Sweeny,Miles
=Meachan,Owen. =Keeny,Shane =Long,Jas. =McCullion,P. =Given,Moses
=Meehan,Donald =Carabane,Tho. =Trule,Mich. =McGlanoughy,J/Sr.
=Meehan,Pat. =McCahill,Con. =Waugh,Tho. =Boyle,Connell =McSwine,Owen
=Meehan,Thos. =Harraghy,Dan. =O''Boyle,Connel =Waugh,Thos. =Waugh,Wm.
=Meenday,Shane =Slevin,Bryan =Carr,Pat =Swiney,John =O''Neal,James. =Davis,Wm.
=Michan,Hu. =McBrearty,Dan =McBrearty,Wm. =Harkin,John. =Glacken,Hu/Sr.
=Michan,John =Michan,John/Jr. =McCoy,John =Travers,Thos. =Harkin,Bryan
=Michan,John. =McFadin,Owen =McFaddin,David =O''Gara,Teague =Hegarty,Jn.
=Millar,James =Edwards,James. =Galagher,Francis =Ramsay,David =Scott,Thos.
=Millen,John/Sen. =Vance,Wm. =Millen,Pat. =Colvin,Robert =McNeilly,Isaac
=Miller,Hugh =Buchannon,Js. =Patton,Wm. =Rasslin,Rob/Jr. =Lynch,Jn. =Kirk,Wm.
=Mitchell,Robert =Montgommery,Wm. =Corbit,Arch. =Marshal,Jas. =Marshall,Sam.
=Mohan,Neale =Haraghy,Eugen =Haroughey,Pat. =Galagher,Chas. =Galagher,James
=Monaghan,Pat. =Hegarty,Pat. =Donnell,Connel =McSwine,Connel =Kearon,Hu.
=Montgomery,Hu. =Stewart,Wm. =Stewart,John/Jr. =Stewart,Thos.
=Moohan,Pat. =Moohan,Owen. =Kelly,Chas. =Kelly,Jn. =Kelly,Dan. =Kelly,Ed.
=Moore,David. =Smyth,John =Daugherty,James =Daugherty,Anth. =Mason,Geo.
=Morherall,John/Sr. =Crockett,James =Dysart,James =Duffey,Barney
=Mulheron,Peter =Getins,Dudly =Campbell,Denis =Kenedy,Francis =Kilday,Phelim
=Mullowry,Mich. =Harroughey,J. =Gallagher,Dan. =Kermy,Owen =Carru,Js.
=Mulloy,Pat. =Baron,Pat. =Ward,Bryan =Gallager,Ant. =Reid,Thos/Sr. =Reid,Jn.
=Mulreny,Hugh =Meehan,James =McGlean,John =McCormick,Bryan. =McCaddin,Owen
=Muney,Edw. =Muney,Dan. =Murrey,Jn. =Fawcett,Jn. =Griffith,Jn. =Murrey,Dan/Jr.
=Murry,Js. =McRoarty,Js. =McRoarty,Pat. =McRoarty,Hu. =Quin,Js. =Donnell,Man.
=Murry,Robt. =Atteridge,Rich. =Dobbin,Abm. =Dobbin,Thos. =Logan,Jn.
=Nawd,John. =Kilpatrick,Jas. =Gillespy,Ed. =Coulter,Wm. =Keeny,Owen.
=Neilis,Edward =Thompson,Anth. =Mason,John =McClean,Anth. =McClean,John
=Nellengehy,Pat. =Long,J. +Drumbaled =Blair,Alex.
=O''Boyle,Conel =Cannon,Bryan =Kearon,Wm. =Campbell,Pat. =McCallogh,Hugh
=O''Boyle,Dudley =O''Boyle,Eugenius =Kenny,Mich. =O''Freele,James
=O''Boyle,Neal =McGrorty,Fredy =Gallagher,Denis =Davitt,Pat =Roddy,Wm.
=O''Donel,Pat. =Finlay,Robt. =Galagher,Wm. =Johnston,Geo. =McKee,And.
=O''Donnel,Jas. =McCahill,Chas. =McJunken,Rbt. =Cannon,James =Galagher,Wm.
=O''Donnel,John =Harkins,James =Harkin,John =Harkin,Hu. =Mullawney,John
=O''Donnel,Pat. =McElearn,Lau. =Kelly,John. =McCornock,J. =Lervis,John
=O''Donnell Dan. =McElean,Pa. =McElean,James. =Ward,Connel =Lohery,Pat.
=O''Donnell,Dan. parish +Envad =Scott,Nat. =Vance,Hugh =Baskin,Jn.
=O''Donnell,Edw. =O''Donnell,Nat. =O''Donnell,Js. =Campbell,Js. =Meehan,Shase.
=O''Donnell,Mich. =Maxwell,Stephen =Murray,James =Donlevy,Anthony
=O''Hara,Thos. =Doherty,Edw. =Haroughy,Chas. =Galagher,John =McBride,Mark.
=O''Neal,Bryan =Scott,Geo. =Cassidy,Owen =Waugh,Stephen. =Haroughey,Jn.
=Patterson,Geo =Clarke,Peter =Henderson,Wm. =Sheldon,Andrew. =Deake,Sam.
=Patterson,Wm. =O''Donnell,Hugh =McBrearty,M. =Hown,Jas. =Dunkin,Wm.
=Porter,David =O''Donnell,John +Crossconnell =O''Donnell,Ju. =O''Donnell,Rog.
=Porter,John =Monaghan,Den. =Byrne,John =Brogan,Corn. =Gallagher,Jas.
=Porter,Joseph =Porter,Alex. =Porter,James. =Clingan,Edward =Clingan,Wm.
=Porter,Moses =Porter,Tho. =Car,Bryan. =Boyle,Tho. =O''Boyle,Owen =Langan,John
=Porter,Pat. =Cunningham,D. =Chesnut,James =Chesnut,Pat. =McBrearty,John
=Porter,W. +Mulleney. =Porter,John/Lt. =Porter,Alex. =Porter,Wm/Jr.
=Porter,Wm. =Porter,Joseph. =McCorkle,Geo. =Thomson,Henry =Ewing,Sam.
=Ramsey,Robert =Kenedy,James. =Macham,John =Lowery,Hugh =Rogers,James
=Reid,Thos/Jr. =McCallag,Hugh =McCallag,Hu/Jr. =McGuire,Jn.
=Rickey,Cha. =Michan,Jas. =Coulter,Geo. =Brice,Robt. =McKee,Robt. =Coulter,Wm.
=Ringland,Wm. =Young,Wm. =Hewston,J. =Hill,W. +Drumcorbet =McIntire,R.
=Roarty,James =Blake,James =Mulreny,Mich =Wilson,Edw. =Brenan,Geo.
=Roddy,Mich =Cannon,Mich. =Kearovan,Peter =Keraren,Dan. =O''Donnell,Owen.
=Rodgers,Geo. =Taylor,Edw. =McLoughlin,C. =Loughead,John. =McCrea,John
=Rogers,Phil. +Dirk. =Coigly,J. +Drelnusila =McLoon,N. +Literily =McLoon,T.
=Scott,Hu. =Boyle,Charles =Love,Robert =Graham,James =Millar,Pat
=Scott,Hump. =Scott,Alex/Jr. =Scott,Alex/Jr. =Maxwell,Thos. =Porter,Ad. +Narin
=Scott,Rich. =Scott,Robt. =McKee,Alex. =Keeney,Owen =Woods,James
=Scott,Robert =Boyd,Js. =Boyd,Jn. =Scott,Chas. =Gartley,Jn. =Shannon,Thos.
=Scott,Robt. =Elliot,James =Elliot,Wm. =Elliot,Hu. =Scott,James =Clarke,Jas.
=Scott,Wm. =Long,Thos. =McJunkin,Robt. =Cunningham,David =Cunningham,Rob.
=Sharkey,J. =Jollon,Denis =Doherty,R. +Croscon =Margy,Jn. =Hartan,Owen
=Slavin,Owen =McGrody,Bryan =Haroughy,Fran. =Haroughey,Jas. =Conigan,Henry
=Stevenson,Edw. =Lustard,Geo. =Porter,James =Law,John =Crawford,Js/Jr.
=Stevenson,Geo. =Henderson,Jn. =McGilton,And. =Read,Jas. =Underwood,Rich.
=Stevenson,R. +Raphoe =Laird,James. =Orr,Wm. =Smith,James =Baird,James
=Stevenson,Wm. =Harper,Jo. =Harper,Alex. =Rueny,Denis =McDowell,Jn.
=Sweeny,John =Michan,John =Michan,Pat. =Haughey,Pat. =Sweeny,Nail
=Sweeny,Pat. =Sweeny,Neile/Jr. =Sweeny,Rowland. =Galagher,Dan. =McGonigle,Wm.
=Swiny,Owen =Kerney,Hugh =Gillespie,Thos. =Brislaw,Wm. =McCloskey,John.
=Thomas,Mich. =Thomas,Owen =Thomas,Philip. =Slavin,Lau. =McCormick,Th.
=Thomas,Rob. =Campbell,J. +Collan =McKeig,Arch. =Campbell,W. +Camaghtreagh
=Tiney,Chas. =Galagher,James =Sherin,Pat. =Thomas,Phil. =Dogherty,Js.
=Treaney,Denis =McGrorty,James =Galagher,Chair =McHugh,Neale =McHugh,Conel.
=Walker,Arthur =McReady,Owen =McReely,Jn. =Boyd,Mat. =Crawford,Robt.
=Walker,James =Bustard,George =Rogers,John =Kerigan,Hugh/PP. +Enver
=Ward,Darby =Donnell,Hu. =Fury,Chas. =McRoarty,Jn. =McRoarty,Peter
=Williams,Cha. =Scott,Nat. =Campbell,Pat. =Weugh,J. =Williams,Step.
=Wilson,J. =Moore,Rob. =Elkin,J. =McCanless,J. +Carinmore =Moore,J.
=Wilson,Robt. =Laird,Albert. =Cunningham,T. =Laird,Moses =Hegarty,John
=Wilson,Wm. =Dugall,Thos. =Dugall,David. =Wright,John =Carileen,Edw.
=Wilson,Wm. =Henderson,Robt. =Callin,David =Kenedy,Wm. =Kenedy,Corn.
=Wilson,Wm. =Wilson,Jas. =O''Donnell,Jas. =Kenedy,Hugh =McElher,Anth.
=Wright,Thos. =McAdoo,Moses =Boggs,James =Porter,Wm/Lt. =Porter,Jn. +Carowan
=Young,Wm/Jr. =Cumber,Sam. =Hamilton,A. +Mulvy =Scott,Archy =Shanon,Wm.
Co. +Donegall declaration legislative union =Colgan,P. =Colgan,John =Elder,R.
February 4, 1800, Page 3
The following letter is a Copy of a Letter and Signatures addressed to the
High Sheriff of the County of Down this day at Downpatrick:--
MARCUS CORRY, Esq. HIGH
SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF DOWN>
WE, the Gentlemen, Clergy, Merchants, and Freeholders, of the
Parish of Bangor, having this day seen an Advertisement from you, calling
a Meeting at Downpatrick, on Monday the 27th day of January, inst. for the
purpose of considering the propriety of proferring a Petition to
Parliamnet, on the Subject of LEGISLATIVE UNION between Great Britain and
Conceiving that much difficulty and delay may occure in obtaining
the sense of a numerous Assembly; an on accounts of our distance from the
County Town; with the short Notice given,
We beg leave to take this method of laying our comments before
you--which are ??? ???
??? ..... and ( two or
three lines missing here)...will give the assistance in obtaining it--Done
at Bangor, this 25th and 26th days of Jan. 1800.
=Ferris,Wm/Jr. =Brown,Wm. =Fulton,Hugh =Hops,Alex. =Hops,John
=Baily,Robt. =Bairde,Jas/Sr. =Bairde,Jn. =McKee,John =Dunn,Robt.
=Beck,Hugh. =Waugh,Rowley =Mahon,Pat. =Milree,John =McRobert,Alex.
=Blair,Robert =Blair,John =Conaway,Mich.
=Bodion,James =Stewart,John =Hamilton,Wm. =Hamilton,Sam. =Hamilton,John
=Boyd,Alexander =Boyd,David =Davidson,Hugh =Boyd,Hugh =Boyd,Wm. =Paisely,Hugh
=Boyd,David =Priestly,Jas. =Brown,John =Fulton,Robt. =Nevan,John =Riges,John
=Clealand,James =Beyers,Wm. =Davidson,Wm. =Thompson,John =Beck,John
=Dennan,John =McMath,Thos. =McDoal,Charles =Baily,Francis =McDoal,Arthur
=Ferguy,Wm/Sr. =Ferguy,Wm/Jr. =Reid,David =McCaterty,Wm. =Baird,Robert
=Gilmore,James =Bairde,William =Gaw,James. =Kilpatrick,Jas. =Gilmore,Wm.
=Grant,Hugh. =McCay,John =Brown,John =Jamison,John =Sinclair,Wm.
=Hunter,Arch. =Boal,Robert =Kilpatrick,Dan. =Ferris,Wm. =Carmichael,Jas.
=Johnston,Robt. =Clealand,Wm. =Beck,John =Smyth,John. =Glover,John
=Lister,Wm. =Thompson,Hugh. =Printer,John =Finlay,Jas. =Priestly,David
=Lowry,Robt. =Lowry,John. =Stewart,Hugh =Stewart,Wm. =Fulton,David
=McCulloch,Jas. =Miller,John =Warden,Alex. =Stoanes,Joseph =Askin,Wm.
=McCutchen,Sam. =Anderson,Thos. =Boman,Wm. =McKee,Wm. =Robison,Wm.
=McDowell,Wm. =McDowell,John =McClure,Wm. =McClure,Charles =Punten,John
=McKee,John =McKee,James =Moreland,Andw. =Shanon,Robt. =Cuthbert,John
=McMahon,Jas. =Bell,John =Bell,William =McMahon,Arth. =Bairde,James
=Neilson,James =White,John =Haslet,Samuel =Reid,David =Whirk,Pat.
=Punton,James =Warrick,Hugh =Parson,John =Kain,James =Kain,Daniel.
=Reid,Adam =Shanks,John. =Grace,Robert =Wallace,James =Wallace,Wm.
=Robinson,James tenants =Blackwood,James/Sir +Ballylidy.
=Shannon,Robt. =Skillen,Andw. =Kearns,James =Lowery,Wm. =Bigham,Wm.
=Stewart,Fras. =Beck,Robt. =Gilmore,John. =McClean,Arthur =McDowell,James
=Thompson,Ferd. =Adams,Wm. =Brown,Robt. =Davidson,Andrew =Davidson,Hugh
=Thompson,John =Todd,Chas. =McLemon,Hugh =McConnell,John =Wilson,Wm.
=Thompson,Sam =McKay,Thos. =Reid,John =Shanks,James =Ritchie,John =Reid,Wm.
=Wallace,Thos. =Baird,Robert =McClean,Wm. =McClean,Wm/Jr. =McClean,John.
=Warnock,Wm. =Cavert,Edward =Morison,Wm. =Morison,John =Morison,Wm/Jr.
additional signatures +Bangor legislative union =Johnston,Jn. =Johnston,Geo.
February 14, 1800, Page 3, Doc ID 255938; ADCLOTH
+Magillagan sale house =Blair,Thomas
7 Mar. rabbit skins lots 8.
March 11, 1800, Page 2&3, Doc. ID 268368:
+Enniskillen. =Fitzgerald,Mr. knight +Kerry =Saurin,Mr. =Fox,L.
=Barry,M/Col. Solicitor-General Co. +Tyrone +Omagh =Black,Robert pikemen
=Binns,G. Irish iron manufacture +England trade. =Locker,Mr. trader
=Blossett,Counsellor. committee stamp-duty revenue. Union =Grimshaw,Mr.
=Cornwallis,Marquis =Fitzgerald,C/Lord =Cole,Lord =Money,John money gaol
=Dickey,Mr. =Stephenson,Mr. spinning =Barrington/and/Jebb =Jebb clients.
=Fitzgerald,J/Hon. =Plunket,Mr. =Bushe,Mr. =Burrowes,Mr. Attorney-General
=Freke,J/Sir +Cork Protestants. =Chinery,B. =Dawson,Mr. =Gardner,Gen.
=Parnell,J/Sir. importation Indian corn rice potatoes. Post Office Bill.
British constitution. Nov. Jan. Legislative Union Irishmen French alliance
Chancellor Exchequer mistake resolution hat tax. =St/George,R/Sir burning
Irish Parliament House Commons 4. =Castlereagh,Lord report committee
Militia Volunteer Bill. Chancellor Exchequer wages working manufacturers.
Post-Office postage foreign +Great!Britain. =Parnell,J/Sir =Martin,Mr.
Presbyterians emancipation reform. =Stewart,Mr. +Killymoon =Archdall,Col.
cotton callico printer trade English +Ireland +Belfast employment.
money bills engrossed. =Latouche,D/Hon. petition virtue vice. =Blair,Mr.
provisions harvest grain barley oats malting distillation spirits.
reform Catholic Emancipation +Scotland petitions. =Corry,Lord. =Crosbie,Col.
regulations. =Ponsonby,G. motion representation +England =Edgworth,Mr.
suppression rebellion. =Staples,Mr. petition cotton manufacturers
March 28, 1800, Page 3, Doc. ID 268510: M. NIRL
=Blair,Miss. married +Antrim 24 =McLardie,Peter/Lt.
adjutant Loyal +Tay Infantry
April 22, 1800, page 3
At an Assizes held at Carrickfergus the 14th April inst. the following
persons were tried and found guilty, viz.
John McCormick for stealing wearing apparel, to
be transported for seven years.
Mary Fitzgerald, alias Conarty, for stealing cotton, the property of
Alexander Sinclair of Belfast.
Margaret Cunningham, alias Hamilton, for stealing corduroy, to be
transported for seven years.
William Herdman and JOHN BLAIR, for
burglary and felony, to be hanged on Saturday the 3d day of May next.
William McIlnea, for the murder of Alexander
McKelvery at Ballygoland, to be hanged on Saturday the 19th April inst.
which sentence has been put in execution.
Brabazon O'Hara, for an assault, fined one mark.
James Parks, gent. for sending a challenge to
Edm. Alex. McNaghten, Esq. to be imprisoned one year, and until he pays a
fine of 50 marks, and gives security before the Mayor of Carrickfergus to
be of the peace and good behaviour for seven years.
Henry Wray, Esq. for delivering the challenge,
wrote by Mr. Parks, to Edm. A. McNaghten, Esq. to be imprisoned a
fortnight, and until he pays a fine of one mark and gives like security.
Several other traversers were tried and acquitted.
August 8, 1800, Page 3
Carrickfergus Assizes ended the 6th of August, 1800, when the following
persons were convicted:
John Cox, a schoolmaster, for High Treason, in levying war against
the King. The overt acts laid
in the indictment were, 1st, assembling with a great body of traitors
armed, and arrayed in a warlike manner, on the 7th June, 1798, at
Ballycarry, and then and there appearing and acing as their leader and
commander, and endeavouring to prevail on Jacob Calbert, a soldier on the
Loyal Invalids to join the rebel army, and accept a command therein.
The facts were most satisfactorily proved by several witnesses, and
the Jury without hesitation found a verdict of guilty: he received
sentence to behanged and quartered on the 1st of September; that space of
time was allowed that his case might be laid before, and considered by the
Hector McNeill, and Daniel McFadden, for a burglary and felony in
the dwelling house of Hugh Marshal, at Ballycloak near Ballymena, on
thenight of the 24th of May last; McFadden to by hanged on Saturday the
16th inst. and McNeill on the 1st Sept.
JOHN BLAIR, for the
burglary and felony in the dwelling house of Mathew Patton at Bottom, on
the 13th May last, to be hanged on Saturday the 16th. inst.
Thos. Humes (a rich farmer), for a burglary and felony in the
dwelling house of Francis McDavitt, on the night of the 8th of July last,
to be hanged on the first September.
John Patton alias Ramsay, for stealing a cow, recommended by the
Grand Jury and ordered for transportation.
Agnes Macartney, for entering the tanyard of Mr. Ilwain of Larne,
with the intent to steal his leather; to be imprisoned a month.
John Carson, for a riot and breaking the windows of Sam Kernaghan's
house, at Moneydolag; to be imprisoned three months, and give security for
his good behaviour for seven years.
David Kennedy, for an assault, fined a mark.
Thirteen men committed to gaol by order (as was alleged) of General
Drummond, were discharged by Proclamation, no charge appearing against
them, and the gaoler was fined 50l. for receiving and detaining them in
his gaol without a legal committal from a Justice of the Peace.
November 14, 1800,
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
On Wednesday the 19th inst. at the stores of JOHN
BLAIR, on the Canal-Quay, at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon;
Bales and Casks, Alicant ???,
a quanity of window glass, in sides, cribs and boxes, about 20 ton of
alabaster, and a few oak plank and pieces of oak timber--Terms of payment
will be declared at the time of sale.
Newry, 12th November,
December 16, 1800, Page 4
LIST of the London Physicians and Surgeons who have come forward with
their names in attestation of the mildness of the Cow-pox, and the
security it affords against the Small-pox, as alluded to in Dr. Cappe's
letter. We have held it a duty owe the public, to give insertion to
whatever could throw light on this important discover, when attested by
signature; and we are happy in thus presenting to our Readers so many
names of the first respectability in London, in support of the desired
efficacy of the Vaccine Inoculation.
unfounded reports having been circulated, which have a tendency to
prejudice the mind of the public against the innoculation of the Cow-pox;
we, the undersigned Physicians and Surgeons, think it our duty to declare
our opinion, that those person who have had the Cow-pox, are perfectly
secure from infection of the Small-pox, provided such infection does not
exist in the system at the time of the innoculation for the Cow-pox.
We also declare, that the inoculated Cow-pox is a much milder and
safer disease the inoculated Small-pox.
Wm. Saunders, M. D.
M. Baillie, M. D.
Hen. Vaughan, M. D.
M. Garththore, M. D.
J. C. Lettsom, M. D.
James Sims, M. D.
John Sims, M. D.
Wm. Lister, M. D.
Robert William, M. D.
C. Stanger, M. D.
Alex. Crichton, M. D.
Tho. Denman, M. D.
John Squire, M. D.
Richard Croft, M. D.
Rob. Batty, M. D.
R. J. Thornton, M. D.
Rich. Dennison, M. D.
Wm. Blackburne, M. D.
J. M. Hayes, M. D.
Tho. Garnett, M. D.
And. Thynne, M. D.
Gilbert Blane, M. D.
Nath, Hulme, M. D.
John Gibson, M. D.
Edw. Fryer, M. D.
J. M. Good,
T. W. Phipps,
H. L. Thomas,
December 30, 1800, Page 3
Prince of Wales, Lighter
To be sold by Auction, on Monday the 5th of January next--The above
Lighter, with all her materials, as she now lies at Mr. William Ritzbie's
Dock-yard, where she may be viewed any day previous to sale.
Belfast, Dec. 29, 1800.
B. Any perosn wishing to purchase the above Lighter by private contract,
will please send their proposal to the proprietors Hugh O'Hanlong and JOHN
BLAIR, of Newry, (who will close for a fair value) previous to
the 4th of January next.