News extracts: Jan. 13, 1824: Surgeon Conolly, of Dublin, committed for wilful murder, in county Hertford
- From: Alison Kilpatrick <akilpatrickNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 10:11:04 GMT
Transcribed from the 13 January 1824 edition of The Strabane Morning
Post newspaper, by permission of The British Library:
A Mr. Conolly, formerly surgeon in the city of Dublin, has been
committed on the charge of wilful murder, to the charge of the county of
Hertford, England, for shooting a constable who attempted to arrest him
in the house of captain Nestor, at Sherry hill, in the same county.--The
constable, with others, was breaking the hall door, when Mr. Conolly
discharged a gun at him, the contents of which wounded him so severely,
that he died in a few hours.
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