THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, January 6, 1825
A man named Edward Kehoe was transmitted to Kilmainham Gaol by Lord
Rathdown and colonel Wingfield, for having a pike in his possession.
On Saturday last, Armstrong and Magrath, Peace Officers on the County
of Louth Establishment, arrived in Dundalk from Liverpool, having in
custody, on a warrant granted by George Foster, Esq., three men of the name
of Grant, charged, as we understand, with the murder of Patrick Mealy, at
Crossmaglen, in June, 1818. Monday the same Officers took them to Armagh
gaol to take their trials. -- Drogheda Journal.
The stable, coach-house, barn, and farm yard of the Rev. John Kinahan,
Newtownbreda Glebe, were broken open on Wednesday night and several articles
Cathy Joynt Labath
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