Return of Number of Persons tried, found Guilty or acquitted, in Counties of Kilkenny, Mayo and Queen's

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RETURNS OF THE NUMBER OF PERSONS TRIED IN T1IL 

COUNTY OF KILKENNY. 
A RETURN of the Persons Tried and found Guilty within the last Twelve Months, viz. 
at Lent and Sum-mer Assizes 1832, held in and for the County of ift'ttewBy; distinguishing the Nature of each Offence. 

NAMES. 
CRIMES. 

l. 
John Bowe -

3. 
Thomas Reed 3. 
Michael Somers -

4. 
Laurence Doolan -

5. 
Patrick Somers -6. 
John Somers 7. 
Martin Whelan -

8. 
Thomas Connell -

9. 
John Doyle «Zz'a.s 

Barton. 
10. 
John Carroll 11. 
Daniel Donovan -

12. 
Thomas Butferfield 13. 
Lydia James 14. 
Anne M'Cue 15. 
John Jenkins 1G. 
Robert Reed 17. 
John Neale -

18. 
William Bowe 19. 
Hugh Muldowney 20. 
James Connell si. 
John Tiemey 22. 
Thomas Power -

23. 
Sarah Merlock 24. 
Bridget Redmond 25. 
Denis Cody 26.^ 
Michael Power -

27. 
Martin Kavanagh -28. 
Patrick Kelly 29. 
Michael Buggy -

30. 
Andrew Farrell • 

31. 
John Murphy 32. 
James Brennan -

33. 
Kyran Whelan 34. 
James Bergin 35. 
Edmond Fogarty -36. 
Joseph Aylward -

Assaulting & injuring habitation. 
Feloniously demanding arms, and malicious assault. 
Burglary, and administering un-lawful oaths. 
Assaulting police constable. 

--Feloniously attempting to com-pel to quit his farm and place of abode. 
Larceny. 
--Presented by Grand Jury as a vagrant; verdict for present-ment. 
Larceny. 
ditto. 
ditto. 
ditto. 
Unlawful assembly. 
"1 Assault and highway robbery of J arms from a soldier. 
Assaulting habitation. 
i --Presented by Grand Jury as I vagrants; verdict for present-J ment. 
^-Manslaughter. 
1 --Assaulting habitation, and at-J tempting to compel to quit farm. 
^Malicious assault. 
Appearing armed by day. 
Administering unlawful oaths. 
Assaulting & injuring habitation. 

--Presented' by Grand Jury as a vagrant; verdict for present-ment. 

23 February 1833. 

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A RETURN of the Persons Tried and Acquitted within the last Twelve Months, viz. 
Lent and Summer Assizes 1832, held in and for the County of JKittewj«. 
distinguishing the Nature of each Offence. 
' 

NAMES. 

1. 
Thomas Connell 

2. 
3-4-5-6. 
7-8 9-10. 
11. 
12. 
13-14. 
15-16. 
-7-18. 

20, 21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
?5. 
26. 
27. 
38. 
29. 
30. 
31-

Patrick Murphy -

John Kennedy William Voss John Ryan* Thomas Ryan Patrick Carty John Daly -Richard Grennan -

Patrick Dwyer Edmond Duggan -

William Walsh -Thomas Egan Philip Fahy Eleanor Fahy Thomas Walsh Philip Purcell Patrick Mahony • Thomas Castigan -Patrick Keys Thomas Poor Martin Breene John Caulfield James Dunne Matthew Quigley Kyran Whelan Michael Mullally 

-Jolm-Riee—-— -

Michael Tierney John Rabbit Elizabeth James 

CRIMES. 
Administering unlawful oaths, 

and riotous assembly. 
Burglary. 
Murder; Carrickshock case. 
Like" Like Like Like Like I Carrickshock case ; no Like) prosecution. 
Like Like Like Like, ^Larceny. 
>Felony from dwelling-house. 
\Assaulting habitation, and at-J tempting to compel to quit farm. 
(Burglary and felony in dwelling-

house. 
Appearing armed by day. 
>Riot; no prosecution. 
—-——Shooting at* 

Assaulting habitation. 
Like. 
Vagrant presentment; verdict for traverser against presentment. 

* This John Ryan lmd been previously ginen in charge to two Juries on succeeding days, and prosecuted by the Cruwji; but they did not agree to any verdict, and were dischaiged. 

23 February 1833. 

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A RETURN of the Persons Tried and found Guilty at Sessions from 14th day of February 1832 to the 14th day 

of February 1833; distinguishing the Nature of each Offence; also of those Tried and Acquitted. 

OFFENCE. 
Number Tried. 

87 8 17 6 2 26 30 7 

Number Convicted. 

Number Acquitted. 
Assault -----D", aggravated (under the Statute) Forceable Possession Larceny Misdemeanor -Receiving Stolen Goods -Riot 1 Rescue Trespass -

18 3 6 5 

1 

5 11 1 a 26 , 30 C ' 

183 33 150 The Return being from February 1832 to February 1833, January 1832 is left out, and January 1833 put in; therefore this Return differs from the Annual Return sent to Parliament. 

Jb/in .Ffooc?, 
Clerk of the Peace, Co.