Co. Clare, Ireland
Monday, 13th February 1797
To Maurice O'Connor Esq, Vice Provost of Ennis. Sir, We the Inhabitants of
this town, take this opportunity of expressing our most perfect approbation
of the great zeal, unwearied diligence and strict impartiality you exerted
in billeting the Soldiery in the late marches through it, being entirely
convinced that in the discharge of that duty your conduct was governed by
the most unbiased wishes for the public good. The period was awful and
alarming, far beyond any example of our time: It was not a time for langour
or parsimony, and here, Thank Heaven, there did not appear a symptom of
either: all, as if but one, animated by the same spirit of loyalty and
diligence to the best of Kings, cherished the weary soldier with liberality,
doubly comfortable because administered with cheerfulness.
James Kenny, Edward Mallon, James Kinnane, Walter Arthur, John Ed. Kenny,
Matts. Brennan, Jhn Chartres, Basil Lukey, P. Butler, Robert Weldon, Terence
McMahon, John Lyons, Thomas Dulhunty, J. Gregg, Matt. Power, Laurence Comyn,
Hugh McCloskey, James Stuart, James O'Gorman, John Speilesy M.D., Thomas
Butler, Richard Griffin, Neptune Blood, Patrick Davoren, Henry Hewitt,
Joseph Cox, Robert Kean, Michael Hicky, Richard Janns, Michael Walsh, John
Whitestone, Thomas Crowe, Wm. Fitzgerald, Patt. Sitred, Jonas Studdert, Wm.
Brampton, John O'Donnell, Thomas Hewitt, Percival Banks jun., Michael Dwyer,
D. Barrett, John R McGrath, William M'Grath, Daniel Finucane, Hugh Brigdale,
Hugh McLaughlin, James Roche jun., John Loughnane, John Power, Robert
Dowling, John Loughnane jun., Cornelius Sims, Daniel Roughan, Matt.
Williams, Daniel Lysaght, Richard Baker, Charles Keane, John Bowerman
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