Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
Wednesday, Sept 12, 1849
A COFFIN-MAKER'S BILL- James Meara, coffin-maker for the Nenagh union
workhouse, on Thursday sent in a bill to the Nenagh board of guardians for 1130
coffins, furnished by him from the 25th of last March to the 25th of July!- just
four months.--Liverpool Standard.
ARREST ON A CHARGE OF ABDUCTION- On Sunday night John O'Neill, charged with
being the principal in the abduction of Miss Cleary, from her sister's house, at
Toomevara, about six months ago, was arrested while in bed at his father's
house, near Ballinaclough, by Constable Wallace, of the Killkeary station, and
on Monday he was conveyed to our jail to abide his trial at the assizes for the
offence. Three persons were sentenced at the last assizes to two years'
imprisonment for aiding in the abduction--Nenagh Guardian.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News