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!! Connaught Journal; Mar 15, 1824

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, March 15, 1824 One of the alleged murderers of the late Major Going will be tried at the present Assizes of Limerick.-
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, March 15, 1824

      One of the alleged murderers of the late Major Going will be tried at the
      present Assizes of Limerick.- His name is Bridgman.

      PROVINCIAL NEWS
      (From the Limerick Chronicle)
      Two stocks of corn were maliciously consumed near the lands of Friarstown,
      in this county, on Monday night.
      On Wednesday night, at the early hour of ten o'clock, a number of dwelling
      houses, the property of J.D. Croker, Esq., were set on fire and totally
      consumed, on the lands of Upper Quarterstown, near Mallow.
      On Monday night last, a sheep, the property of George Hastings, Esq., of
      Killaloe, was maliciously killed, on the lands of Ballina, and the carcass and
      fat taken away. We regret to add, that several similar acts of outrage have,
      within the last fortnight been committed in that neighborhood.

      THE ARMY
      The 95th Regiment, now raising, are to be faced with yellow, and no lace.
      The 94th Regiment of Infantry marched in two divisions, viz. on the 20th
      and 21st ult. from Glasgow to Edinburgh.
      The last company of the 75th Regiment, of Foot has arrived on board the
      Prince of Orange, at Portsmouth from Gibraltar.
      Major-General Sir Patrick Ross is appointed to the Staff of the Ionian
      States, in the room of Lieut. General Sir Frederick Adam, near Lord High
      Commissioner.
      The 58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot, which marched on the 25th and
      26th ultimo, from Brighton to Portsmouth, has embarked and sailed for Cork.
      The 94th and 95th Regiments of Infantry will shortly be ordered on foreign
      service.
      Military Officers who accept of Barrack-masterships, forfeit half-pay
      during their continuance in office.

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