(Before Mr. Woodlock),
Thomas F. Slevin, of Patrick's-close, was brought up on a warrant, charged under the following circumstances: In February last he purchased some goods at Mr. Tyson’s, Grafton-street. He gave a cheque on the Royal Bank in payment, but when the cheque was presented it was found there was not sufficient lodged to meet the demand. The defendant was not known in Dublin. Informations were sworn against him, and a warrant issued. It appeared that when he came to Dublin and heard about the matter he immediately went to the Detective Office, inquired whether there was a warrant out, surrendered himself, and he was remanded, but bail was taken for his appearance.
Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland), April 14, 1880.