Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

2 January 1891  


Constable Loughran charged Samuel Warren under the Prevention of Poaching Act, with being in the possession of a hare on the 20th inst. Plaintiff swore that, he suspecting the defendant was concealing something under his coat, he accosted him when he said that it was "a duck" he had.  On pressing him to show it, he produced a hare, which he took possession of. Mr Townsend said that there was no proof that the defendant had not purchased the hare, and the case was dismissed.


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