Extracts from The Times, July 1841
- Denis Moloney pleaded guilty to a charge of the manslaughter of Patrick Carroll at Tinerana, on the 5th of December.
- Anne McNamara was indicted for an assault on her own child, by throwing her into a river at Scarriff, on the 3rd of October.
Verdict - Guilty - to be transported for 15 years.
- John, Patrick, Martin, James, Mary, and Catherine Hartigan, were found guilty of a riot and assault at Ballyholohan, near Cratloe, on the 30th January.
- Thomas Cowell was indicted for bigamy; the prisoner was a waterguard, and lately stationed at Carraigaholt, in this county, where he intermarried with Ellen McGonigle, his first wife being then alive. The prisoner did not examine any witness in his defence, and the jury returned a verdict of guilty, without leaving the box; he was sentenced to be transported for seven years.