Violent Assault

22nd Day of November 1807.

At 5oc in the Afternoon, George Marshall of Roscat, Carlow, Farmer and John Murphy of Leighlinbridge, Carpenter, entered the House of David Byrne's Mother-in-law where he then was, and without any provocation whatsoever, violently assaulted David Byrne and forced him into the Street, where he was rescued from them by the neighbour's and got into the House again, David Byrne further saith that Marshall remained a long time outside the Door, calling him several opprobrious names, threatening and challenging him to come out ~~~

 Sworn before a Magistrate.

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Transcribed and Submitted by Pat. O' Reagan
County of Carlow. 1807

John Goss and William Lyons

John Goss and William Lyons maketh Oath that they usually reside at Portrition in the Towns-land of Portrition in the Parish of Killegan in the Barony of Rathvilly and in the County of Carlow. Sworn before me the 9th day of June 1807. (signed by) Magistrate, ( ? ) Stewart, and also by John Goss and William Lyons. John Goss and William Lyons shall appear in their proper persons in open court, on the first day of the next General Quarter Sessions to be held at Tullow in and for the said County of Carlow and Prosecute Thomas Carney, John Kennedy, and Thomas Deane for false Imprisonment.

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.