The appearance of a Spanish force at Kinsale drew Mountjoy to Munster in 1601; Tyrone followed him, and at Bandon joined forces with O'Donnell and with the Spaniards under Don John D'Aquila.
He sat for Southwark from 1796 to 1806, and then represented in turn Athlone (1806-1807), Bandon (1807-1812), Appleby (1812-1818), and Knaresborough (1818-1830).
Of Cork by the Cork, Bandon & South Coast railway, on the bay of the same name.
High, round the base of which lie the most fertile lands of this section, and near which are situated the towns of Bandon, Nakhon Sri Tammarat (Lakhon) and Patalung, as well as many villages.
In southern Siam the chief towns are Chumpon; Bandon, with a growing timber industry; Nakhon Sri Tammarat (q.v.); Singora; Puket (q.v.); Patani.
Of Cork by the Cork, Bandon and South Coast railway.
Of Cork on a branch of the Cork, Bandon & South Coast railway.
Cork, Ireland, in the south-east parliamentary division, on the east shore of Kinsale Harbour (the estuary of the Bandon river) 24 m.
South of Cork by the Cork Bandon & South Coast railway, the terminus of a branch line.
It is the centre of a considerable railway system, including the Great Southern & Western, the Cork, Bandon & South Coast, the Cork & Macroom Direct, the Cork, Blackrock & Passage railways, and the Cork & Muskerry light railway; each of which companies possesses a separate station in the city.
He marched rapidly to the south, and was joined by Tyrone at Bandon; but a nightattack on the English besieging the Spaniards in Kinsale having utterly failed, O'Donnell, who attributed the disaster to the incapacity of the Spanish commander, took ship to Spain on the 6th of January 1602 to lay his complaint before Philip III.
BANDON, Or Bandonbridge, a market-town of county Cork, Ireland, in the south-east parliamentary division, picturesquely situated in a broad open valley on both sides of the river Bandon.
Of the city of Cork by the Cork, Bandon & South Coast railway.
The open park of Castle Bernard (earl of Bandon), on the riverside, is attractive, and 2 m.
Below Bandon on the river is Innishannon, the head of navigation.
Bandon was founded early in the 17th century by Richard Boyle, earl of Cork, and was incorporated by James I.
After the destruction of the walls by the Irish in 1689, Bandon long resisted the admission of Catholic inhabitants.
By coach road from Bantry on the Cork, Bandon & South Coast railway.