!! Connaught Journal; June 10, 1824 "Misc Items"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, June 10, 1824
KILKENNY SESSIONS, JUNE 2- John M'Kew who had the temerity to enter this
County seventeen days ago, armed with his spade, in search of work, having
received a good character from his native place (Mayo) was discharged.- John
Ryan, fore being absent from home after sunset, had his trial postponed.
A duel was fought yesterday morning at the Cross Roads, beyond the Brewery
Docks, close to Beggar's bush, between a Mr. Dawson and a Mr. Rynd. In the first
round the shots missed; in the second, Mr. Rynd received his antagonist's shot
in the right breast. The bullet was found in the grass. The wounding not mortal.
The cause of the duel is not known.--Cork Paper.
On Saturday last two gentlemen, brothers, of the name of Pollock, and a Mr.
Masterson, went out upon a fishing party, at Killishandra, county of Cavan;
their cot upset, and one of the Pollocks and Masterson were drowned; the other
The following Peers, connected with Ireland, voted against placing the
English Roman Catholics on par with the Irish:- Wellington, Hertford, Dighty,
Powis, Brownlow, Howe, Charleville, Longford, Enniskillen, Aboyne, Mayo, Anlen,
Donegal, Gort, O'Neill, Thomond, Ferrers, Carrick, Blount, Edgecombe, Clancarty,
Carleton, Oriel, Manners, Middleton, and Harris; Archbishop of Tuam and Bishops
of Dromore and Raphoe.
For- Devonshire, Leinster, Buckingham, Lansdowne, Downshire, Fitzwilliam,
?chester, Ormond, Charlemont, Kingston, Wicklow, Caledon, Gosford, Cork,
Darnley, Limerick, Courtown, Clifden, Clare, Sherborne, Du??erin, Carbery,
Sligo, Besborough, and Hutchinson.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News