Belfast News-Letter, 9 September 1800
|Convictions in the City|
|John Keating for forging bank notes, to be publicly whipped from gate to gate on Saturday next, and to be imprisoned twelve months. Bridget Nowlan, for conspiring with said John Keating and others to cheat and defraud the bankers of Cork, to be imprisoned 12 months. Cath. Hinchy, for stealing a bundle of cloth, the property of John Reardon, burned in the hand and to be imprisoned two calendar months. Catherine Ahern, for petty larceny, to be privately whipped in gaol. Mary Murphy, for feloniously stealing a cotton gown and several other articles of wearing apparel, the property of Mary Roberts, to be transported for seven years. Thomas Crowley, for uttering seditious expressions, fined one mark. Mary Guess, for petty larceny, to be privately whipped in gaol.|
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