(From Our Correspondent.) Omagh, Wednesday.
Crown Court. (Before Baron Fitzgerald.)

John Slevin was indicted for the manslaughter of John Beatty, and also with stabbing. The affair occurred between three men when on their way from Omagh market. The prisoner was alleged to have drawn a knife and stabbed these men, resulting in the death of Beatty. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to 18 months' hard labor.

Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland), July 15, 1875.