Wednesday, 11 January 2012


Courtesy of Declan Barron

Limerick Chronicle Wed July 8 1801
Stolen on Thursday night last, from the lands of Ballinbrohan, co. Clare, a black three year old mare, with a small ??? in her forehead, and lately nicked, the property of John O'Hara, who will pay a reward of one guinnea for the mare, or five guinneas for the mare and theif, on prosecuting to conviction. July 4 1801.
To the Independant Electors of the County of Clare .............. to represent your county is the first object of my pride, and ambition ........ Charles MacDonnell. London 12 April 1801.

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