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From: Dennis Ahern <>
Subject: Re: Excerpts from Irish newspapers
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 02:48:15 +0000 (UTC)
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POLICE OFFICE--YESTERDAY.
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THREE O'CLOCK.
(Before Capt. TOOKER, and Mr. ORME, R.M.)

IN the case of the robbery from the house in North-
street, two women named Collins and Evans, who
were in the room at the time were sworn.
Their evidence was to the same effect as that of
Barnham [sic]. The woman Evans identified both
Lynch and Mahony.
Sarah Fox alias Reynolds deposed to being
looking out of the window on last night, and seeing
four or five men running down the street ; one of
them said to the other "crab, let us plank it."
Mary Mahony, Halfmoon-street, stated that on
last night she was going into her house, when four
young men ran in after her ; they stayed in the
house for three or four minutes and then ran out ;
could not say whether the prisoners were the men
or not.
Head-constable Carey proved to arresting the
three prisoners in an eating house in Market-street
about 12 o'clock ; told them they were charged
with robbery of plate ; a man named Lee, who was
with the prisoner, took witness to where the
"coaster" was hid under a boat on the Coal-quay ;
Lee promised to be here on to-day, but he has not
come forward ; "Crab" is the nickname of the
prisoner Lynch.
This concluded the evidence, and the bench
remanded the prisoners.
Informations were ordered.

--The Cork Examiner, 1 November 1862

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