Meath Assizes.

Rose Slevin for stealing, and Mathew Carty, John Reilly, and Patrick Bell, for receiving six sovereigns, one guinea, and several notes, the propert of John Keegan.

Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser (Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland), July 17, 1832.

Rose Slevin was found guilty of having stolen 50£, the property of John Keegan, a farmer near Trim. John Bell, John Reilly, and Mathew Carty, with having received the property knowing it to be stolen.

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier (Cork, Ireland) July 17, 1832.