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From: (Dennis Ahern)
Subject: Re: Excerpts from Irish newspapers
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 05:46:43 GMT


ABOUT two months since a carman from Cappoquin,
named Patrick Hefferenan, was robbed of over 20 while
enjoying himself in a public house in this city. Two women,
Anne Sullivan and Mary Power, were arrested at the time
as being parties to the robbery, the latter of whom was
also since found guilty before the Recorder, but not yet
sentenced. The other, after being arrested, was discharged,
owing to the want of sufficient evidence to convict her. She
was, however, again arrested yesterday, by Constable
Vickers who learned that she was in company with Power,
when 10 of the sum stolen was lodged with a certain
publican of the town, and that she also received 5 on her
own account. The Constable on bringing her before Mr.
Orme, R.M., at three o'clock yesterday, applied for a
remand until this morning, which was granted.

--The Cork Examiner, 20 February 1861

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