Limerick Chronicle,Co. Limerick, Saturday 1st September, 1821

A List of the names, places of abode, &c. of the several Persons who have
taken out Certificates for Killing Game, agreeably to Act of Parliament,
from the Distributor for County and City of Limerick, between the 25th day
of March and the 29th day of August, 1821

Neptune Blood, Limerick
William P. Brown, Esq, Wilton-hill
Francis Browne Esq, Danesfort
John Blennerhasset Esq, Whiskey-hall
Edmond Burke Esq, Limerick
John Browne Esq, Inspector of Stamp Duties, Limerick
John Browne Esq, Bridgetown
Charles C Coote Esq, Doone Glebe
William Cox Esq, Ballynoe
John Cuthbert Esq, Limerick
Rev. Charles P Coote, Doone Glebe
Charles E Coote Esq, Mount Coote
Thomas P Evans Esq, Ashrow
Ralph Evans Esq, Limerick
Lieutenant Alexander Forbes, Newport
William Finch Esq, Rathkeale
John Finch Esq, Rathkeale
Edward Griffin Esq, Ballynort
James Glsoter Esq, Ballycahane
Poole Gabbett Esq, Limerick
Lieutenant J. Harris, Limerick
Alexander Hoskins Esq, Newcastle
Thomas Hoskins Esq, Newcastle
Fitzmaurice Hunt Esq, High-park
Frederick Holland Esq, Shannonview
William E Hoskins Esq, Newcastle
Captain Bartholomew Hickie, Willow-bank
Thomas Ievers Esq, Limerick
Rev. Richard Langrishe, Doonass Glebe
Rev Rickard Lloyd, Janeville
Stephen Lewis Esq, Six-mile-Bridge
William J. Lawrenceson Esq, Patrick's-well
William Lloyd Esq, Tower-hill
Eyre Lloyd Esq, Beechmount
Thomas Locke jun Esq, Newcastle
Francis Langford Esq, Castletown
Cornelius Mahony Esq, Lilliput
Hugh Massy Esq, Glenville
Hugh Massy Esq, Riversdale
William Monsell Esq, Riversdale
Colonel Henry O'Donnell, Limerick
James P Peacocke Esq ,Limerick
Rev. Richard Plummer, Mount-Plummer
Henry Rose Esq, Limerick
William Smyth Esq, Ballylin
Robert Smithwick Esq, Wilton
Ion Studdert Esq, Elm-Hill
Richard Taylor Esq, Holly-park
George Tuthill Esq, Faha
John Vereker Esq, Limerick
James Wyse Esq, Castle-Connell
Captain Thornhill Warrington, Castle-Connell
Andrew James Watson, Limerick

Certified by me, John Browne, Inspector of Stamp Duties, September 1.

Submitted by #I000525

Limerick Chronicle Sept 8 1821
At Newhall, the wife of William Ridler

Submitted by Declan


Limerick Chronicle, Wednesday, September 12, 1821:
     "Yesterday, Richard Going, Esq. Chief Magistrate of Police, committed to the County Jail, four men from the vicinity of Askeaton, who are charged with being concerned in the attack on Mr. Ivis's {sic} house, in which the Police successfully repulsed the assailants and apprehended several of them."

Submitted by Jim


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