AT PETTY SESSIONS, IRELAND.
Petty Sessions, Recumeen.
AMOUNT AMOUNT No.
when Petty Sessions were held.
Magistrates who presided.
How disposed of.
How disposed of.
1 13 Jan.
Earl of Bantry
-5 -given to charitable purposes -15 -given to prosecutors.
2 24 Feb.
--Simon White and
Hugh Lawton, esqrs.
-15 -ditto -
3 9 May ditto -no fine ----
4 25 June ditto -1 -given to charitable purposes 1 10 -given to prosecutors.
5 16 July ditto no fine -
6 23 â€” ditto -3 -given to charitable purposes 1 18 -given to prosecutors.
7 1 Oct.
ditto 1 11 -ditto --9 -ditto.
8 18 Nov.
--the Earl of Bantry
-17 -ditto -29-ditto.
9 30 Dec.
Total Amount -Â£.
-no fines -----no costs.
3 12 -!
Total Amount --Â£.
7 13 -1 Observations.â€”As
clerk I receive no fines for my own use, and am obliged to pay for court books, all printed forms,
out of my own emoluments.
3 May 1836.
Petty Sessions, Rosscarbery.
Where Petty Sessions held.
Held at the courtÂ¬ house, RosscarÂ¬ bery.
PERIODS when Petty Sessions
-Wednesdays throughÂ¬ out the year, when magistrates attend, which seldom fails to be the case.
NAMES of Magistrates who presided.
Lord Car-bery, Thomas Hunger-ford, Richard Smyth and and Michael Gallwey, jun.
Amount of Fines levied for Trespass
on Public Roads.
3 3 3
--one half to the informers and one half to the district dispensary for the poor sick and conÂ¬ valescent.
Amount of Pines levied for Assaults and for Battery.
28 13 11 *S
Amount of Pines levied for Trespass on Growing Crops,
--the sum stated here is the whole amount of the fines; but as the sentence runs to fine or imprisonment at the house of correction, many choose to abide the latter, and not pay the fine: of the sum actually received, 2 I.
was given to the district dispensary; the reÂ¬ mainder to the injured parties.
--these fines are always given to the party tresÂ¬ passed on, as comÂ¬ pensation for the injury done.
AMOUNT of Fees.
41 1 6
--after paying for all necessary books of the court, all manner of staÂ¬ tionery, printed and otherÂ¬ wise, the overplus is given to clerk of court, as reÂ¬ muneration for his trouÂ¬ ble.
Jonas Morris, Clerk,
These Sessions are held once a fortnight, every second Wednesday.
The magistrates who attend the sessions, are Samuel Vemoze, of Shandangan, John Borlase Warren, of Warren's Grove, Richard N.
Nettles, of Nettlesville Hall, and Robert Nettles, of ditto, esquires.
14 6 Total amount of all costs and charges received for the year ending the 31st day of December 1835 --------Total amount of fines imposed same year -
The costs and charges received is the only salary paid to the Clerk of the Petty Sessions, out of which he has to provide stationery and fuel for the use of the Court j he is obliged to reside in the Sessions House, and is precluded from following any other business.
The amount of fines imposed are handed to the treasurer of the Moviddy Dispensary (in the district of the Petty Sessions), for the use of that establishment.
John O'Neill, Clerk.