Walter Joyce of Merview – 1823

Oct 2nd, 1823 | By | Category: Joyce Newspaper Reports

THE connaught journal
Galway, Thursday, October 2, 1823


By our advertising columns it will be seen that a Meeting of the Barony of Tiaquin has been summoned for Thursday next, to take into consideration the late outrage committed on the estate of Walter Joyce, Esq. in the destruction of his barn. We lament this should have been necessary. We had hoped that, for he credit of their County, the well-disposed in the Barony would have immediately delivered up the perpetrators to the hands of justice; for it is hardly possible to conceive, but that several are privy to the transaction. As, however, they have not done so, it has become necessary for the neighbouring gentlemen to exert themselves in the detection of the offenders. They are coming forward as they ought- their activity will probably be the means of preventing a repetition of such outrages for the future, and of ensuring a continuance of peace to the County.


We the undersigned, request a Meeting of the Gentlemen of the Barony of Tyaquin, on Thursday, the 22d instant, at Castleblakeney, at the hour of One o’Clock, to take into consideration the best plan to be adopted in consequence of the late Outrage, committed at Cargary, in that Barony.

James Daly, Dunsandle
Christopher D. Bellew, Mount-Bellew
J. O’Rorke, Moylough
Thomas Abbott, Mount-Bellew Bridge
Francis Davis, Hamstead
Bernard Browne, Mount-Hazel
Edward Trench, Monivae-Castle
Michael Browne, Moyne
James Blake, Waterdale
M.J. Blake, Brook-Lodge
Hubert Thomas Dolphin, Loughrea
Joseph Nolan, Cloverfield
Walter Joyce, Merview
Walter Joyce, Jun. ditto.

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