Clare Journal March 1 1813

Pat Mahon, Esq., v Capt. Kean, and Mr. T. Comyn.
This interesting trial will not come on at our next Assizes. Time for showing cause having been on application of the defendants further extended to the 1st day of next term - Mr. Henry Dean Grady has been retained for the defendants, and they are at present almost unnecessarily occupied in the arrangement of some very interesting documents connected with the evidence against them. In this stage of the business it would be indiscreet in us to give an opinion, buy whenever the trial takes place a reporter shall attend, and the earliest and most accurate statement given.

    At Arthur's Quay, Limerick, the infant son of Charles Lopdell, Esq., of Castle Lodge, county Galway, Esq.
    In Gibralter, on the 26th January, Maria, the wife of Major Aylmer, of his Majesty's 9th Regiment of Foot, and daughter of Westropp Ross Lewin, Esq., of Cornfield, in this county.

Clare Journal March 4 1813

....... Monaghan Militia were ordered to Ballinacally ....

At Wilson's Quay, Limerick, James O'Dea, of this town, Linen Draper, to Bridget, daughter of the late Mr. James O'Dwyer, of Limerick.

In Kinsale, Jeremiah Pratt.

Clare Journal March 11 1813

To Be Let
Part of the lands of Sandfield, known by the name of Knocknaraha, now held by McMahon and Hynes    31 acres.
Part of the lands at Ballinalacken, now held by John Gardner   30 acres.
Part of same held by Mr. Andrew Lysaght   12 acres.
Proposals to James O'Brien, Esq., Fishmoyne, Burrissoleigh and James O'Donnell, Esq., Ennis.

On the 2nd instant, at his home in Dublin, Terence McMahon, Esq.

Clare Journal March 15 1813

To Be Let
Demesne of Prospect late in the possession of Hickman Chartres, Esq.    33 acres.

Clare Journal March 18 1813

Last week in England, Thomas, only son of the late Edmond Browne, Esq., of Newgrove, in this county. By his demise the extensive estates devolved to his uncle Thomas Browne, of Tyreda Castle, Esq., in this county.

Clare Journal March 22 1813

We have just been informed that by the active exertions of Pat Mahon, Esq, a Magistrate for this county, the noted offender Killeen, who made his escape out of this Jail, in the month of June last, has been apprehended and is now on his way from Kilrush, under escort of the 72nd Regt., doing duty there.

Submitted by Declan


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