IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal Thurs 2 March 1820
An inquest was held by Thomas Ievers, Esq., Coroner, on the remains of the passenger, Wm. Syers, of the brig Success, who was drowned by the upsetting of the boat, in an endeavour to reach the shore, at creampoint, Malbay, as mentioned in our last. The exertions of John Carroll, Esq., and Mr. Mat. Hehir, to preserve the other persons who were in the boat when she upset, were fortunately successful, and their humanity in supplying them with every necessary requisite to merit their almost lifeless bodies reflects on them the greatest credit.
On Tuesday Killaloe was thrown into the greatest confusion, in consequense of an engagment between the clans of the town and neighbourhood - both sides were well armed - One of them named McNamara received two balls in the body.
Committals to Ennis Gaol - Pat Thynne, Michael McMahon, Michael Burke, Pat Houlihan, Dan McNamara, Michael Hennessy, Denis Fogerty, charged with assembling under the denomination of Ribbonmen. - Denis Slattery, and John and Mich. Dwyer, charged with entering disguised the house of Daniel O'Dea, and stealing thereout cash and wearing apparel, a gun and bed clothes.
On Monday night last, the following Gentlemen from the neighbourhood of Corofin, Hugh O'Loughlin, Colman O'Loughlin, Bryan O'Loughlin, Terence O'Loughlin, H. Bridgeman, Michael Kenny, Tompkins Brew and H. Brew, Esqs. accompanied by their servants, and a few of the tenantry, determined on crushing the Ribbon system in its commencement in their Barony, met at Ballard near Kilnaboy and proceeded to ride through the district ......
Tuesday, at his seat, Streamstown, in this County, aged 70, Richard Wilson, Esq. .........
Clare Journal Mar 6 1820
Meeting at courthouse
... those residing in the town and its immediate vicinage proceeded to form ' An Ennis Loyal Association '. Robert Keane, Esq., of Hermitage .... addressed the meeting in reference to the spirited conduct of the gentlemen of the Barony of Inchiquin ....... he would propose that the meeting would record their approbation of their conduct. This was seconded by Pat Mahon, Esq., of Newpark, and carried by acclamation.
Clare Journal Mar 13 1820
The tenants of Francis Swyny, Esq., of Ballyally, have given up to him several stands of arms.
Clare Journal Mar 23 1820
Francis Sweeny, Plaintiff.
John Gorman, Michael Gorman, alias O'Gorman, Defendants.
To set up and sell by public cant the defendants right to part of the lands of Miltown called Doughmore, the lands of Kilfarboy and Ballyheragh ........
Clare Journal Mar 25 1820
To be Let
The Rectorial Tithes of the parishes of Tulla, Quin, Clouny, Dooragh, Kilreghtish, Templemaly and Kilmurry.
Proposals to be received by Arthur Young, Esq., Board of Agriculture, No. 32 Sackville Street, Picadilly, London during the sitting of Parliament, and after at Bradfield Hall, Bury Street, Edmunds, Suffolk, and by William Power, Esq., Annefield, Ennis.
Submitted by Declan
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