Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

11 August, 1894  


Mr. McCartan M.P., in the House of Commons Jane 28. I beg to ask the Chief Secretary whether he can now give any further particulars as to the disposition of the police in Lurgan on the 10th inst, when the Rev. William McCartan on his way home through the town was beaten and wounded in one of the streets, and if he will state what has been done to bring the assailants to justice.


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