2 edition of Ponsonby estate and Mr. Smith-Barry, M.P. found in the catalog.
Ponsonby estate and Mr. Smith-Barry, M.P.
|Contributions||Smith-Barry, A. H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Saturday, July 6, R, JULY 6, from their holdings was described at Sunday's meeting in Cork by Canon Keller, who said tint inon the strength of a confession made by Mr. Ponsonby.
The story of Smith-Barry's machina tions on the Ponsonby estate is now well known. It will be bettter and better known before this fight is over. Parliament will ring with it, and so will every hustings in England, and. it will be used a3 one of the most power ful levers by which the defeat of the government which fathers Smith-Barry will be.
Saturday, December 7, TISER, DECEMBER 7, of time whenever it had the hardihood to combat any existing law to lay down a path for the people that did not chime in. Resolu- tions were passed condemning the action of the syndicate of which Mr Smith Barry, M.P., is a member.
Mr Gladstone, replying to a member cf the Welsh National Council, who drew his attention to Mr Chamberlain's construction of his attitude towards the Welsh Establishment, and the Welsh att:tude towards the Irish Home Rule, writes "la t.
Arthur Hugh Smith-Barry, 1st and last Baron Barrymore was born on 17 January at Leamington, Warwickshire, England G. 1 He was the son of James Hugh Smith-Barry and Elizabeth Jacson. 1 He was baptised at Leamington, Warwickshire, England G. 1 He married, firstly, Lady Mary Frances Wyndham-Quin, daughter of Edwin Richard Wyndham-Quin, 3rd.
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17 Jand. 22 Feb James Hugh Smith-Barry + 2 b. 11 Jand. 30 Jul Geraldine Smith-Barry +. Cheshire, Mr. George Wyndham, M.P., recounts a somewhat remarkable Mr. Smith-Barry and some of his tenants, in reference to that gentleman's support of the evictions on the Ponsonby estate, one of the arguments for forgiveness of arrears was that when eviction was.
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Barry’s playlists of vintage music from the first half of the 20 th Century, offer musical therapy for lost souls living in the in 21 st. ‘Barry’s Forgotten Musical Masterpieces’ is produced by Clair Wordsworth for Strauss House Productions. Smith-Barry and others came to Mr. Ponsonby's assistance, and, endeavouring to settle the thing by arbitration, proposed that the landlord should knock off £22, of arrears, should make reductions of 24 to 34 per cent.
in the rents, and make the tenants absolute owners in 49 years. This was not good enough. The house was burnt in the early s and nothing remains except the farm buildings, which are accessed through a stone archway dated Recorded as the seat of John Phillip Nolan, Ballinderry Occupied by the Saunders family from at least the s.
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The Ordnance Survey Field Name book records the building of a 2 storey house at Finneterstown in and that it was occupied by William Fosberry circas Located on the St Leger estate this house was occupied by Frederick Maunsell in the early s and was valued at £ Reference # County Record Office, Oxfordshire, Dillon Papers, Mss.
Dil. XXII.13,documents re Irish estates of Viscount Dillon, including rent rolls of Costello-Gallen estate and agent’s accountsOS maps, plans re alterations to Loughglin House, a book of leases and accounts of Mr Strickland the agent in the.
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