The Dublin Intelligence, 24 October 1724

    IF any Person will give an Account to Mr. Paul Reily now in Confinement in the Black Dog Goal, in Dublin, where Mrs, Margraet [sic] Mac-Coy Lives ; so that she may be had, by the 6th of November Next, to give her Testimony, in Court of King's Bench, on a Tryal, Relating to the said Paul Reily, shall have a Moydore Reward, paid by him, and she shall have her Reasonable Charges paid to her. It is given out that she is lately gone from Dublin, to Galway, or some Part of Conaught with her Mother Mary Mac-Coy, and her sister Catherine Mac-Coy who formerly Lived in Cook-street and Michael-Lane.
    N. B. The said Margaret Mac-Coy is Red Haired ; her Complection White and Read, and Freckled ; of a Middle Stature and about Twenty Years, of Age There were some Bills given out wherein the said Margaret Mac-Coy was call'd Mary through Mistake.
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