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Newry and its Literary History. his researches and give us the result in a veritable book. It is to be hoped that other Irishmen, equally jealous of the reputation of their birthplaces, will follow his excellent example.
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STUART, JAMES (–), historian of Armagh, son of James Stuart, a gentleman of co. Antrim, was born at Armagh in He was educated at Armagh Royal school, while Dr. Arthur Grueber, a pious and erudite scholar, was its master, and in took sixth place on entrance at Trinity College, Dublin, where Dr.
George Miller (afterwards master of Armagh school) was his tutor. Newry (/ ˈ nj ʊər i /; from Irish: An Iúraigh) is a city in Northern Ireland, divided by the Clanrye river in counties Armagh and Down, 34 miles (55 km) from Belfast and 67 miles ( km) from had a population of 26, in Newry was founded in alongside a Cistercian monastery, although there are references to earlier settlements in the area, and is one of Ireland's County: County Armagh and County Down.
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at the Newry telegraph, 20p. 22cm. -- -- NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. Blagg, Thomas M. Newark as a publishing town. Rev. and repr. from the Newark Advertiser, for private circulation only. Newry was incorporated in /3 by a charter of 10 James I following the petition of 'the inhabitants of the town of Newry in the county of Down'.
It was to be a free borough with a provost and 12 free burgesses and the commonalty, with the power of sending two members to parliament. It developed. Site Notes/References/Codes used.
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