184 MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE
Veneris, 30Â° die Aprilis, 1852.
Sir James Tennent.
Sir William Somerville.
Solicitor-General for Ireland.
The ATTORNEY-GENERAL for IRELAND
in the Chair.
called in; and further Examined.
Solicitor-General for Ireland.]
HAVE you Brownrigg, looked through your papers, according to the request of the Esq--Committee, and selected the Ribbon documents?â€”Yes.
30 April 1926-Will you hand in the notice which you stated was 1852.
served on Mr.
Chambre, before he was fired at?â€”Y'es.
[The Witness delivered in the following document, which toas
Look to this.
To all this concerns, and Beware of Gen1.
I am not Fools.
I am giving you timely warning, all Tyrants and oppressors of the Poor.
Its like the Thief of the Gallows; iis over you particular landlords, particularly in the seed time, if they don't give their tenants Seed Oats to put in their land, and lower their rents, it will be measured with their corpse.
And their is Mr.
Chambrie, a Beggarman, he had better keep close, for, if he does not, he may have his coffin ready; but we will bury him when he will neither have coffin or shroud around him, for its too Good for an oppressor of the Poor, as an idle-hearted rascal; besides, who prides in the downfall of his country men; we need not wonder (he is no Irishman), and there is poor Bumper Squire Jones, he would not be bad, was it not for his bad rascal of an agent, Jolray Hill, the House Raeker; but between Hiil and Hell there is but one letter; if Hill was in Hell Jonesboro' would be much better.
Fortescue is a good man, but there is room for improvement; and Crawford,