Carlow Sentinal, November 14th 1874.
- Lord and Lady Rathdonnell and suite have arrived at
Moyle, Carlow, from Drumere (?), county Louth.
- Mr. Kavanagh, M.P., left Kingstown on Monday for
- Dowager Lady Wolsely and suite arrived in Dublin on
Thursday from England.
- Calls to the Bar ----Amongst the gentlemen called to
the Bar, at the sitting of the Court of Chancery on
Monday, we observe the name of an esteemed young Carlow
gentleman, Philip Henry Bagenal, Esquire, A.B., Oxford,
second surviving son of the late Philip Henry Bagenal,
Esquire, of Bennekerry, in this county. We sincerely
wish Mr. Bagenal every success in the honourable
profession he has chosen, and which judging from his
high literary attainments he is well qualified to adorn.
- A Royal Marriage ----In Bonapartist circles mention
is made of a projected marriage between the Prince
Imperial and the daughter of the Grand Duchess Maria of
The above is a true and
accurate transcript of the original document.
Transcribed by Jean Casey,
The Rathdonnells were coming from Drumcar, Co Louth -
probably to check out the state of Moyle as its previous
owner, Col. Kane Bunbury (uncle of Lord Rathdonnell) had
died 10 days earlier aged 97.
Mr Kavanagh was presumably the Incredible Mr Kavanagh
about whom I have written here:
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