The Limerick Reporter and Tipperary Vindicator, 12 March 1850

John Keeffe and Patrick Ahern, for breaking into the house of Daniel Sullivan, sentenced to transportation for ten years.
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The Limerick Reporter and Tipperary Vindicator, 15 March 1850

Richard Barry, Anne Leahy, Thomas Ryan, Jas. Harty, and John Ahern pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing property out of the Workhouse. The Barrister told them if they were beggars they had no right to be thieves, and sentenced them to seven years transportation.
John Sinnott was indicted for assaulting John Mullally, and stealing three pounds of turnips the property of John M. Mulcahy Esq., at Tubbaraheena, near Clonmel.

John Mullally proved that he was drawing turnips from Ballyglasheen to Somerville when he was assaulted by a crowd of persons at Tubbaraheena, who shoved him against the ditch and pelted him with turnips ; they took away some of the turnips ; does not know any of the prisoners. The Judge directed the jury to acquit the prisoner of that charge.

The prisoner was again indicted for an assault on Edward Bermingham. Guilty. To be imprisoned for three months.
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