Roscommon Herald
21 Mar 1891


     Crimes act summonses have been served on the ringleaders of the Drumshanbo and Carrick rowdies who broke up the Carrick meeting.
     They are charged with riot and unlawful assembly, and
the defendants are Paddy McManus, Corny McManus, John McManus, James McDermott, Drumshanbo, and
Robert J. P. Q. Cryan.  Paddy McManus is a most arrant
coward, because when he  was in Kilmainham for a couple of months as a suspect , he signed the most humiliating conditions to get out.  A dose of the plank-bed was one of
the things he never bargained for when he came out
cheering the police and attacking the priests in Carrick. [...]


Submitted by: Ellen Herron
Typed by Judy

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