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No. Date of Order.
PARTIES - COMPLAINANT AND DEFENDANT.

(The Christian and Surname, Rank, Occupation, or other addition, and Residence, stating Parish and Townland, to be given, and the parties to be distinguished by prefixing their appellation - Complainant or Defendant.)
NAMES OF WITNESSES

examined and whether for Complainant or Defendant.

CAUSE OF COMPLAINT

as set forth in Summons.
PARTICULARS OF ORDER OR DISMISSAL.

If Dismiss, whether with or without prejudice, and whether with or without Costs, &c. If Ejectment, when to be evicted, and from what and whose premises, &c. If to be Whipped, whether in or out of Prison, &c., &c.
31 1899
May
13th
Complainant:- Thomas Cosgrave
Orchard
Co. Carlow

Defendant:- John Doyle
Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb
For Complainant:-
Thomas Cosgrave
James Donohoe
Sergeant Frizelle
That Defendant at Ballyredmond in said District and County Carlow on the 15th day of April 1899 did unlawfully assault and beat Complainant by striking him twice on the eye. Dismissed
32 " Complainant:- John Doyle
of Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb

Defendant:- Thomas Cosgrave
Orchard
Co. Carlow
For Complainant:-
John Doyle
James Brennan
That on the 15th day of April 1899 at Ballyredmond in said District and County Carlow, Defendant made use of threatening and provoking language towards Complainant, challenging him to fight and provoking a breach of the peace. And Complainant prays that the defendant may be required to find resolvent sureties to be of the peace and of good behaviour. Dismissed


John Doyle vs Thomas Cosgrave | Petty Court Sessions 1899

John and neighbouring farmer Thomas Cosgrove attend court almost a month after fighting. Thomas accuses John of striking his eye, John accuses Thomas of challenging him and provoking him.

Open to view the original image from petty court session, transcription included below.


Owner/SourceNational Archives of Ireland | Petty Sessions order books 1842-1913 (IIMI Inc and brightsolid online publishing (Ireland) Ltd), Findmypast Ireland, 5 Whitefriars/Aungier Street/Dublin 2/Ireland, John Doyle; Year: 1899; Date: 13 May 1899; Court: Newtownbarry. Petty Sessions - Newtownbarry Court House, Co. Wexford
Date13 May 1899
PlaceNewtownbarry Court House, Church Road, Bunclody, Co Wexford
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