Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

7 March, 1843  


Henry Campbell, wilful and corrupt perjury;

Hugh O'Neal, do.;

Bernard Mulholland, bigamy;

Jane Wilson, concealment of the birth of a male child;

Margaret Macgregor, do.;

Patrick Nugent, murder;

Terence Kennedy, forging a bill for 92;

James Burns, stealing from the Post Office of Markethill a letter containing a bank-cheque and a bank-note of the value of 530;

Owen Donnelly, assault;

Jane M'Kee, as accessory to the death of a male child;

John Cooke, absconding from the Lurgan Workhouse with a suit of clothes, the property of the Guardians of the said Workhouse;

James Magennis, stealing tobacco;

John M'Phillips, stealing ducks;

Thomas Johnston and James Leeburn stealing four bars of an iron gate;

Samuel M'Cardy, offering for sale a stolen cow;

John Tobin, pocket-picking;

Martha Martin, do.;

Samuel Porter, personating a deceased pensioner, and drawing his pension quarterly, since Sept., 1840;

Thomas Armstrong, stealing a silver watch;

Margaret Ryan, stealing hens;

Catherine Fegan, stealing a gown;

Sarah Hanna, stealing bank-notes to the amount of 20;

Thomas Spiers, theft;

William M'Court, wilfully and maliciously breaking a window;

Hugh Mitchell, stealing a quantity of wearing apparel, &c., from Armagh Workhouse;

John Gray, theft;

James Cameron, committing a violent and aggravated assault on a child four and a quarter years old;

William Kennedy, James Kennedy, and Michael Fox, stealing bees;

Edward Jordan, stealing potatoes;

Mary Kidd, stealing pigs;

John Chambers and John Richardson, having in their possession 442 base penny-pieces, with the intention of circulating them.


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