IRELAND OLD NEWS
Ennis Chronicle July 4 1827
The Lady of William Bennis, Esq., of Ballycorney, in this county, of a daughter.
At Ennis Church, on Monday last, by the Rev. Charles Fitzgerald, Robert Robinson, Esq., eldest son of Arthur Robinson, Esq., of Moore Park, in the King's county, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. James Kenny, L.L.D., Archdeacon of Kilfenora.
Ennis Chronicle Sat 7 July 1827
Through the interference of Major Macnamara and the Rev. Mr. Whitty, who had the Police and Military called out, the former under the command of Lieutenant Carey, and the latter of Captain Cooper, a riot between the Flanagan's and the Cleary's was prevented, at the fair of Ennistymon, on Tuesday. The fight had partially commenced when the police came up and separated the parties, securing several weapons. The Rev. Mr. Whitty and one of the police were struck by stones, thrown thrown by one party at their opponents. The cause of the quarrel was ....
On Wednesday last, at Kilrush, the lady of Surgeon Keenan, of a daughter; and on Thursday, at said town, Mrs. Behan, wife of Denis Behan, Esq., of a son.
Ennis Chronicle July 11 1827
An aggregate meeting of the Catholics of Ireland, was held this day in Clarendon street Chapel, Dublin. .............. Mr. O'Gorman Mahon next moved a resolution of their disgust and indignation at the conduct of Lord Manners twords Sir P. Bellew and other Catholic Gentlemen in withholding from them the commission of the peace ....
Ennis Chronicle July 18 1827
Mr. Blake's Demian Delacy ( 1,1 )
Mr. Blake's Napoleon ( 3,2 )
Mr. O'Gorman Mahon's brother to Holenlome ( 2, dr. )
Mr. Macnamara's Regent filly ( bolted )
Submitted by Declan
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