Papers relative to the Derrymacash Riots of July 1860. (HOC Papers 315 & 316, 1861)

Mr. Monsell; Sir William Verner

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1861. Two papers in one. [Derrymacash Riots. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 15 April 1861;- for, A Copy ?of the Shorthand Writer?s Notes of the Trials at the Last Assizes in Armagh, arising out of the Riots at Derrymacash.] 190pp. Together with [Derrymacash Riots. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 26 April 1861;- for, Copies ?Of the several Information?s and Dying Declarations in relation to any of the Cases of Homicide, Riot, Illegal or Party Processions or other Criminal Offences alleged to have been committed at Derrymacash, in the County of Armagh, in the Month of July last, taken before any Magistrate.? ?And, of all Entries in the Crown Book in any of the said Cases as to the Proceedings at the Assizes recently held at Armagh, founded on such Informations, and of every Bill of Indictment preferred at the said Assizes in any of the said Cases, and the Names of the Witnesses indorsed thereon, distinguishing such Witnesses as were examined before the Grand Jury from those who were not so examined, and of the Names of the Parties given in Charge to the Petit Juries in each of the said Cases, and of the Names of the several Witnesses examined in each Case before the said Petit Juries, distinguishing in all said Cases whether the Witnesses were examined for the Crown or for the respective Prisoners, and the Finding of Juries in each of said Cases, and the Sentences of the Judge Therein.] 54pp. The first paper details three cases: The Queen versus Samuel Tate, The Queen versus William Wright and The Queen versus Samuel McKeown and Others. The second details depositions and informations given by Witnesses at the Petty Sessions, District of Lurgan, County of Armagh and the Copies of Indictments. Extensive information giving Names and Details of persons involved in a Riot that occurred in Derrymacash on the 12th of July, 1860. Keywords: 19th Century Ireland, Northern Ireland, Local History ? County Armagh, Riots, Policing and Justice, Civil Order. Disbound, housed in a protective file. First edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # KON0825150

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