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Proceedings began on 28 October 1867, in front of Mr Justice Blackburn...

wikipedia - 23 Nov 2017
Proceedings began on 28 October 1867, in front of Mr Justice Blackburne and Mr Justice Mellor. Twenty-six appeared in court on the first day in front of a grand jury, which found that there was a prima facie case against all of the defendants for murder, felony, and misdemeanour. It was decided to charge the five "principal offenders" – Allen, Larkin, Gould (O'Brien), Shore (Condon), and Maguire – under one indictment. They were therefore brought back to the courtroom the following day, when their
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Teach freedom struggle martyrs' biographies in schools: Rajnath

Times of India - 20 May 2018
"The biographies of martyrs of freedom struggle should be included in the school syllabus so that (coming) generations can draw an inspiration from their sacrifice. This will also foster patriotism," Singh said at a function after unveiling statue of ...
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Parnell and the Manchester Martyrs

Irish Times - 22 Nov 2017
Sir, – As a postscript to Denis Fahey's piece on the Manchester Martyrs (An Irishman's Diary, November 20th), it was their execution 150 years ago “which was destined to turn Parnell's thoughts fully to Irish politics”. According to his friend and ...
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Offaly community to remember the 'Manchester Martyrs'

Offaly Express - 20 Oct 2017
A heritage group in Lusmagh are set to remember an Offaly native and his comrades who executed in Manchester 150 years ago. On November 23, 1867, the Manchester Martyrs, William Allen, Michael Larkin and Michael O'Brien were executed for the part ...
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PAAS to organise Shaheed Yatra to renew Patel quota agitation

Times of India - 20 May 2018
Manchester City's record-breaking EPL season in numbers01:25. It will observe August 26 as `martyrs' day', he said. A rally organised by the PAAS in Ahmedabad on August 26, 2015 for demanding reservations in education and jobs had turned violent.
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From Coney Street to Carnegie Hall – York busker goes global

YorkMix - 17 May 2018
He used to busk on the streets of York. But in a few days' time he will perform at one of the world's most prestigious venues for live music. Ten years ago Dan Foster was a familiar sight in the city centre, playing jigs, reels and hornpipes as passers ...
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Breaking the silence on the Manchester Martyrs

Irish Times - 23 Nov 2014
As a seven-year-old boy in the 1950s, Joseph O'Neill remembers his hair standing on end as he stood with his father and other members of Manchester's Irish community for a minute's silence on the spot where the Manchester Martyrs were executed to ...
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Sharon Hague

Ancient Origins - 15 May 2018
After the Blessed Virgin Mary and her assorted shrines and grottoes, evangelical Catholics in Canada and United States flock to and draw inspiration from the North American Martyrs' Shrines in Midland, Ontario and Auriesville, New York; where ...
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Russell T Davies: “Living as a gay man is a political act”

New Statesman - 14 May 2018
In the television industry, Davies is known by his initials – RTD – and decorative versions of the letters sit on a bookshelf in the dining room here in his house in a Manchester suburb. The T doesn't stand for anything; he added it ...
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5-building Webster Commons hits housing lottery

Bronx Times - 10 Apr 2018
The housing lottery is officially accepting applications for 2016 NYS Assciation For Affordable Housing project of the year. Adjacent to historic Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Commons Construction is a 470,000 square foot development located at 3620 ...

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