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5 City and County of Londonderry Quarter Sessions June 1847

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5 City and County of Londonderry Quarter Sessions
June 1847

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Saturday July 3 1847

The criminal business of these sessions commenced at Nn-Limavady on Thursday last, before the Assistant-Barrister, William ARMSTRONG, Esq. We subjoin a list of those convicted, with the sentence passed on each:-

Ann McDONAGH, larceny, six months' imprisonment;
Edward McGILL, larceny, one month's imprisonment;
James McCURDLE and James McARDLE, larceny, each to be imprisoned seven months;
Philip McCLOSKEY, John McMICHAEL, and Hugh McMICHAEL, larceny, each six months' imprisonment;
Jane McMICHAEL, for receiving stolen goods, six weeks' imprisonment;
Joseph STUART, larceny, four months' imprisonment;
Archibald LINDSAY, for like, six months' imprisonment; Elizabeth KIBBMAN, for like, four months' imprisonment;
Abraham SCOTT, for like, four months' imprisonment, and hard labour;
John KENNEDY, for like, same punishment;
Margaret KENNEDY, for like, same imprisonment;
James SMITH and Elizabeth SMITH, for keeping a disorderly house, each to be imprisoned six months, and the male prisoner to be kept to hard labour;
James HEGARTY, larceny, three months' imprisonment and hard labour;
John TAYLOR, assault, six months; imprisonment and find security to keep the peace;
Henry MARGY and Marcus STUART, larceny, each to be imprisoned three months;
John CUNNINGHAM, for like, twelve months' imprisonment, with hard labour;
Bryan MULLAN, jun., for like, the former to be imprisoned three months and kept to hard labour, the latter to be confined for forty-eight hours;
James McRORY, Jane WILEY, and Hannah CRAWFORD, for like, the first to be imprisoned for three months and kept to hard labour, the latter two to be imprisoned for nine months;
John KEALY, cow-stealing, one month's imprisonment.

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