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The Times 2.7.1822 pg.4 col.4

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  • fionnghalnicphadraig
    The Times 2.7.1822 pg.4 col.4 Ireland DUBLIN June 27 – arrest of 14 persons at ARMAGH on a charge of treason. On Tues. last, 14 men were taken in the city
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      The Times 2.7.1822 pg.4 col.4
      Ireland
      DUBLIN June 27 – arrest of 14 persons at ARMAGH on a charge of treason.
      On Tues. last, 14 men were taken in the city of ARMAGH and committed
      to the goal of that county, by Col. BLACKER and a military guard under
      his command. These men, is is understood, were acting as delegates
      from several counties in this kingdom, and concerned in some
      conspiracy, which they were endeavouring to organize and bring into
      operation against the authority of government and the peace of the
      country. We have ascertained their names and places of abode, and
      they are as follows:―

      Michael COFFEY, Dublin; Edward CLAFFERY, Fermanagh;
      Thos. BLAKE, Fermanagh; John RICE, Monaghan;
      Peter ROURKE, Longford; John KELLY, Tyrone;
      B DOUGAN, Dublin; T LAMB, Monaghan;
      P REILLY, Cavan; John BRAILLEY/BRADLEY?, Derry;
      Henry COOGAN, Antrim; Thomas HUGHES, Dublin;
      Thomas McGEOGAN, Antrim; Thomas BYRNE, Louth;

      Three of these men were from DUBLIN, two from FERMANAGH, two from
      MONAGHAN, two from ANTRIM, and one respectfully from LOUTH, LONGFORD,
      CAVAN, DERRY & TYRONE. They all seemed respectable from their dress
      and appearance and are now confined in goal at ARMAGH. [Faulkner's
      Dublin Journal]

      hope this helps some of you with your research
      le durachd
      fionnghal
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