Kinsale, stabled his horse in his employers premises in Cork Street in the place now occupied by Mr J.W. Prendergast and climbing to the loft was soon fast asleep. From this slumber he was awakened by the Sergeant of the Mace, brought before the Sovereign on the charged of forming one of the conspirators responsible for the seizure of the previous night, but for lack of sufficient evidence was released.
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“Richard Amstrong, Sergeant of the Mace, lived in the Trent Glen in what is now a roofless house.”
Richard Armstrong, Sergeant of the Mace, lived in the Front Glen in what is now a roofless house.
On the following Sunday afternoon while leisurely leaning his door, with coat off, he saw the Sovereign hurrying in his direction
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