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Strabane Sessions, October 1836


Strabane Sessions, October 1836
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Transcribed & Submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



Extracted from the STRABANE MORNING POST

Tuesday, November 1, 1836

The Quarter Sessions for the Strabane Division commenced on the 20th ult. and did not terminate till late on the evening of Saturday last. The two first days were occupied in considering the claims for registry; and the number of civil Bills entered amounted to 804. The Crown business commenced on Thursday last; there were no trials of any importance: we merely give a list of the persons tried and their sentences.

DONAGHY

John

Found guilty of an assault upon JOHN GAMBLE, to be imprisoned for two calendar months, to pay prosecutor ten shillings, or in default to be imprisoned for one month additional, to keep the peace for seven years, himself in 10 with two sureties in 5 each.

KILGORE

KILGORE

William

James

Found guilty of an assault upon JAMES GAMBLE, each to pay prosecutor 10 shillings and the like imprisonment and security.

McFEELY

Charles

Found guilty of a riot and assault, same imprisonment and security.

CARMICHAEL

CARMICHAEL

CARMICHAEL

Matty

Jane

Mary

Found guilty of an assault, to be imprisoned in the Bridewell for three weeks, to find security to keep the peace.

NEALIS

McMENNAMIN

Walter

James

Found guilty of a riot, each to pay a fine of 5 shillings.

NEALIS

BRESLIN

Lawrence

John

Found guilty of an assault; NEALIS to be imprisoned for six weeks, and BRESLIN for three weeks in the Bridewell, and each to find security.

CAMPBELL

Constantine

Found guilty of an assault, to be imprisoned for one calendar month, to find security to be of the peace, himself in 10 with two securities in 5 each.

CRAIG

CRAIG

William

George

Found guilty of an assault; WILLIAM to pay prosecutor 10 shillings and GEORGE to pay same 5 shillings to find security to be of the peace for seven years, and to give security.

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HARRIGAN

Daniel

John

Found guilty of a rescue, to be imprisoned for six months.

O’NEILL

John

Found guilty of larceny, to be imprisoned six months, and to be kept at hard labour each alternate month.



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