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!! Connaught Journal; Nov 1, 1824

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, November 1, 1824 MARRIED Yesterday, in Back-street, by the Rev. Mr. Finn, Arthur Ireland, Esq., of this Town, to Clare,
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, November 1, 1824

      MARRIED
      Yesterday, in Back-street, by the Rev. Mr. Finn, Arthur Ireland, Esq.,
      of this Town, to Clare, eldest daughter of the late Counsellor Donnellan.

      DIED
      On Thursday last, in this Town, Mrs. Binton, wife of Mr. Hen Benton,
      Revenue Officer, having left a helpless family to deplore the loss. [Note:
      Binton / Benton as in originial].

      TO BE LET
      Till the First Day of May next, or a Lease would be given,
      ABOUT One Hundred and Eighty acres of remarkably good WINTERAGE,
      preserved since the 1st day of May last; well Watered, Sheltered, and
      Divided; is within three miles of Gort.
      Application to be made to John Foster, Haltorpe.
      November 1, 1824.

      PROVINCIAL NEWS
      LIMERICK, OCT. 27 - Monday, Mr. Blackburn, with the Mayor, Alderman
      Watson, Sir C. Barrett, Mr. Malony and Captain Drought, held a Session under
      the Insurrection Act for the Liberties, but no persons being for trial the
      Court has adjourned.
      In the County Court, James Cregan and John O'Brien, were tried and
      acquitted for absence from their place of abode. Timothy Madigan was
      discharged without trial, in consequence of the Insurrection Act being
      withdrawn by the proclamation of the 23d instant, from the barony of Lower
      Connello, in which he resided.

      On Wednesday last, as Mr. Alexander Ross and Mr. William Sullivan, of
      the neighbourhood of Dunmanway, with Christopher Malony, Sheriffs' bailiff,
      were conducting cattle from Moreigh pound, in the parish of Faslobus, to the
      town of Dunmanaway, to be sold by virtue of civil bill decree, obtained for
      tithe money, due to Mrs. Cue, of Ballipeen, they were attacked by upwards of
      80 men, women, and children, who cut, battered, and bruised them in a most
      brutal manner, with sticks, stone, &c, and rescued the cattle. The same day,
      Timothy Coleman, parish bailiff, with other men in the employment of Mrs.
      Cue, were attacked near Ballibuy-cross, by the same party, who beat them in
      a most barbarous manner, with sticks, &c. Coleman, had his arm broken, his
      skull fractured, and he and his party were otherwise much injured.--Cork
      Paper.

      A man of the name of Kelly was apprehended on Monday, in the
      neighborhood of Clogheem, charged with the murder of the Sheas.


      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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