THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Monday, April 12, 1824
A few days since, at the Grove, Tuam, to the inexpressible regret of his
family, relations and friends, Andrew Browne, Esq. of Mounthazel, in the County
Galway. This Gentleman endured a long and protracted indisposition with
resignation and fortitude, and his premature dissolution is a subject of very
general regret. We have seldom to record the death of a more amiable or worthy
individual, for in him were associated all those christian virtues which endears
a man to his family, and makes him estimable in society.
In Tuam, on the 14th ultimo, Mr. John Smallman, sincerely regretted by all
who knew him.
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.
At the Cork Assizes a true Bill has been found against six men for being
concerned in the murder of the Franks. At the same Assizes one man, out of four
charged, was convicted for being concerned in the murder of John Orren, a
Policeman. Five persons have been apprehended, charged with the murder of Mr.
Marum, by Mr. Kelly, of the Constabulary, aided by Colonel Lindsay, of the 78th
Highlanders. The Provincial Papers contain no news, upon which we should deem it
necessary to offer any remark, or indeed to make extract.--Dublin Evening Post.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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