Ireland Old News
May 14, 1841
ANOTHER MURDER.--About 9 o'clock p.m., on the 6th instant, Edward LYTTLE, carpenter, and Thomas MOORE, publican, both of Redhills, were attacked within a mile of Redhills, parish of Anna, and county of Cavan, when returning from the fair of Belturbet, by four men, who beat them so severely, that LYTTLE died in three hours afterwards, and MOORE lies dangerously ill.
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