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Presentment Sessions, Omagh, Lent Assizes 1844


Presentment Sessions, Omagh, Lent Assizes 1844
Extracted from the Londonderry Sentinel November 25, 1843

Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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COUNTY OF TYRONE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PRESENTMENT SESSIONS, previous to Lent Assizes, 1844, under 6 and 7 Wm. IV. chap. 116, and 7 Wm. IV. chap. 2, will be held at CLOGHER, for the BARONY OF CLOGHER, on Monday, the 18th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Hugh MONTGOMERY, Esq., Annagh Domain

2. Andrew MILLAR, Esq., Daisyhill

3. Joseph TRIMBLE, Esq., Grange

4. Samuel YOUNG, Cavey

5. James ANDERSON, Derrybard

6. John CHARLTON, Fintona

7. James KING, Cumber

8. James BUCHANAN, Fintona, Grocer

9. Thomas WILSON, Aughentain

10. Robert FALLS, Esq. Balligawley

11. Benjamin GREER, Balligawley

12. George FITZGIBBON, Knockoney


At AUGHNACLOY, for the LOWER BARONY OF DUNGANNON, on Tuesday, the 19th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Doctor CROZIER, Mullaghmore

2. James FIDDES, Esq., Aughnacloy

3. William MANN, Esq., Annagh

4. Mr. Roland BETTY, Aughnacloy

5. Mr. John BEATTY, Mulnahunch

6. Mr. Morgan WILSON, Tullyrimond

7. Mr. John CLARKE, Lugacullion

8. Mr. Thomas DUFF, Skye

9. Mr. Hercules GRAHAM, Crilly

10. Mr. John HOGG, Caledon

11. Mr. John McKENNA, Goland

12. Mr. Andrew McFARLAND, Armaloughey


At DUNGANNON, for the MIDDLE BARONY OF DUNGANNON, on Wednesday, the 20th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Alex. Mackenzie LYLE, Esq., Donaghmore

2. Richard LLOYD, Esq., Tamnamore

3. James KING, Esq., Roughan

4. James SCOTT, Esq., Bloomhill

5. Henry ATKINSON, Esq., Drummuck

6. William DAWSON, Esq., M.D., Dungannon

7. William ROBSON, Mullybrannon

8. James McNIECE, Mulnagore

9. William HOLMES, Dungannon

10. James YOUNG, Annaginney

11. John LITTLE, Esq., Stewartstown

12. Galbraith JOHNSTON, Moy


At COOKSTOWN, for the UPPER BARONY OF DUNGANNON, on Friday, the 22nd day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Mr. William SLOAN, Tullyweery

2. Mr. Samuel BEATTY, Lurganboy

3. Mr. Thomas ADAIR, Gortalowry

4. Dr. Henry R. CHARLES, Cookstown

5. Mr. Thomas AGNEW, Glenarney

6. Mr. William CLUFF, Magheraglass

7. Mr. Samuel JONES, Tullyhog

8. John Kinley TENER, Esq., Moree

9. Mr. Thomas SMITH, Ballyblagh

10. Mr. John CHAMBERS, Ballymaguire

11. Mr. James AIKEN, Coagh

12. Mr. Arthur GOURLEY, Unagh


At GORTIN, for the UPPER HALF-BARONY OF STRABANE, on Tuesday, the 26th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Mr. Andrew McFARLAND, Fecarry

2. George BUCHANAN, Esq., Lisnamallard

3. Mr. James FULLERTON, Gortanigan

4. Mr. John BUCHANAN, Killyclogher

5. Mr. John FULLERTON, Mayne

6. Mr. John McCONNELL, Carrigans

7. Mr. James McFARLAND, Drumlea

8. Mr. Daniel McKELVEY, Dunbunraver

9. Mr. Alexander McKIMMON, Trenamaden

10. Mr. Patrick McANULTY, Aughaboy

11. Mr. Martin GORMLEY, Goales

12. Mr. William McFARLAND, Leardin


At STRABANE, for the LOWER HALF-BARONY OF STRABANE, on Wednesday, the 27th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. James R. AUCHINLECK, Esq., Mulvin

2. Mr. Samuel LOVE, Crewe Upper

3. Mr. William McFEETERS, Nn-Stewart

4. Mr. Robert McCREA, Grange

5. Mr. Robert ALEXANDER, Sandville

6. Mr. Thomas RAMSAY, Gortmesson

7. David SMITH, Esq., Strabane

8. Mr. Robert GORDON, Drumnaboy

9. Mr. William SEGARSON, Glebe

10. Mr. William McCREA, Leckpatrick

11. Mr. John McFARLAND, Ballycolman

12. Mr. William BUCHANAN, jun., Inchany


At CASTLEDERG, for the BARONY OF WEST OMAGH, on Thursday, the 28th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Eleven o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Mr. John BARCLAY, Ardarver

2. Mr. Charles BEATTY, Killowen

3. Mr. Thomas CALDWELL, Drumrawn

4. Mr. Charles CALDWELL, Magherageerah

5. Mr. Samuel ADAMS, Baravay?

6. Mr. John GRAHAM, Culkeeragh

7. Mr. John MATHEWSON, Clare

8. Mr. Charles IRWIN, Bomacatall

9. Mr. Christopher TURNER, Drumquin

10. Mr. James CALDWELL, Carrickaholten

11. Mr. Charles HEMPHILL, Luremore

12. Mr. Samuel KING, Dartins


And at OMAGH, for the BARONY OF EAST OMAGH AND COUNTY AT LARGE, on Monday, the 29th day of December, 1843, at the hour of Ten o’clock in the Morning, and from thence until Six o’clock in the Evening, before the Magistrates then and there assembled, and a number, not exceeding six, of the following highest Cess-payers of said Barony, to be then and there selected by ballot, and appointed pursuant to the provisions of said Act, viz. –

1. Mr John FUNSTON, Ballyard

2. Mr Thomas JOHNSTON, Relagh

3. William DICKSON, Esq., Cavan

4. Mr. Neville McFARLAND, Newpark

5. Mr James SPROULE, Grannon

6. Mr. Matthew ANDERSON, Mullaghbane

7. Mr James BUCHANAN, Deroran

8. Mr. Alexander McFARLAND, Cooley

9. Mr William OSBORNE, Mullaghmore

10. Mr. Ross HOUSTON, Edergole

11. Mr Samuel JOHNSTON, Tyrooney

12. Mr David RILEY, Raw


Contractors are to take Notice, that the Grand Jury, at Lent Assizes, 1838, made an Order, in which they direct the Secretary of the Grand Jury not to receive any certificates for the execution of public works from the County Surveyor, or any of his assistants, subsequent to the first meeting at any of the Baronial Presentment Sessions.

 

Contractors, on the completion of the work for which they may have contracted, or when entitled to payment, shall give notice to the County Surveyor Ten Days at least, before the day appointed for the holding of the FIRST Presentment Sessions after the Assizes, of the intention to make application, and require of him a certificate of the due execution of such work; and such Contractors shall produce and lodge with the Secretary of the Grand Jury, an Application for payment , Ten Days at least, before the FIRST meeting of the Magistrates after of the Assizes, at which meeting all such Applications for Payment will be laid before the Magistrates and Cess payers, in the first instance, and then taken into consideration by them, and not afterwards; and Contractors are requested to observe, that unless their Applications are correctly endorsed with the number on the Warrant, and the Assizes at which the presentment was made, or the contract entered into, their Applications cannot be considered.

 

THURSDAY, the 7th day of DECEMBER, 1843, will be the last day for receiving Applications.

No Application for Sudden Breaches will be considered or ordered by the Grand Jury, that has notbeen lodged by the Grand Jury, that has not been lodged in the Secretary’s Office in sufficient time previous to the day on which the Grand Jury meet at the Assizes, to be inserted in the Schedule.

ALEXANDER AUCHINLECK, Secretary




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