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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    BALLINA CHRONICLE Ballina, Mayo, Ireland Wednesday, Oct 10, 1849 On Saturday morning last, from information received from Sub-Constable Duncan, he proceeded to
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      BALLINA CHRONICLE
      Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
      Wednesday, Oct 10, 1849


      On Saturday morning last, from information received from Sub-Constable
      Duncan, he proceeded to the quay and entered an old boat on the river, and after
      some short search he found rolled up in an old fore sheet four pike handles,
      which he took away. The boat is the property of the Messrs. Pim and had been
      lying by for some time. Duncan had the Messrs. Pim's permission to make the
      aforesaid search.--Tipperary Free Press.

      Walter Linn, an Irishman, was murdered at Reston, Berwickshire, last week.
      Wm. M'Quea, his countryman, has been arrested on suspicion.

      Colonel Chatterton, late 4th or Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, has declared
      himself a candidate for the City Cork representation.

      The potato crop in the west of County Clare is abundant, though not
      entirely free from disease.
      The potato blight has manifested itself on the crops in Canada.

      His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has thought proper, in compliance with
      the clamours of the Radical press in London, and of the "Loyal" Repealers in
      Ireland, to remove the name of the Earl of Roden from the Commission of the
      Peace for the counties of Down and Louth, and to deprive Messrs. Francis and
      William Beers of the like office in the former county.--Evening Mail.

      DIED.
      In Castlebar, on the 7th inst., Edward Malley, Esq. Solicitor at the early
      age of 36 years.

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