Rosenallis stonemason died from injuries in an affray

On Tuesday last, an inquest was held at Rosenallis, before HP Delaney Esq, coroner, on the body of Cavan Dooley. After deliberating several hours, the jury gave the following verdict:

On Tuesday last, an inquest was held at Rosenallis, before HP Delaney Esq, coroner, on the body of Cavan Dooley. After deliberating several hours, the jury gave the following verdict:

“We find that the deceased came by his death from the effects of injuries received from Edward Dooley, of Rosenallis, stone mason, in an affray on May 14, instant, and that Richard Dooley was also concerned in the homicide.”

The latter was committed to the county gaol, under warrant of the coroner. Edward Dooley has absconded.

On Sunday night last an armed party attacked the dwelling house of a man named Farrell, who resides near Doneskeigh, County Tipperary.

They put a coal of fire into the thatch of the house, which soon set it in flames, together with two out houses, all of which were burned to the ground in less than an hour.

On the night of April 28, an armed party broke into a stable and stole a horse, the property of Thomas Burke, in Borrisoleigh, and an armed party attacked the house of T. Parkin, in Borrisokane, in search of arms, but found none.

On Sunday evening last an armed party attacked the dwelling house of Thomas and John St John, of Earl’s Hill, County Tipperary. They broke the door and fired into the house several shots.

They then departed after smashing one plough into pieces, and throwing another into a coal pit.