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Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson

First Charge:
That on the 19th day of May 1889 at Downs in such County Defendant was found on the licensed premises of John Connolly during prohibited hours not being a bona-fide traveller, lodger or inmate contrary to law.

Second Charge:
That on the 19th of May 1889 at Downs in said County Defendant being found during prohibited hours upon the licensed premises of John Connolly and being required to give your name and address did give to Complainant* a false name and address contrary to law.

Order of the court:
Ben had at least two others for company on the day in question. In regards being found on licensed premises when he shouldn't the Judge just notes 'Like rule as in No 62'. Ben is No 64 and unfortunately No 63 is on the previous page which I can't access. A second page, not pictured, lists a fine of 7s. for the offence and 1s. for court costs.

For lying about his name and address he is fined two shillings and six pence and one shilling for court costs.

The second page, which I haven't included, notes that if in default (for either charge) he will receive 7 days imprisonment in Wicklow Gaol.

*Complainant in this case is Sargent John P Dobbyn of Mount Kennedy RIC.

Owner/SourceIMI Inc and brightsolid online publishing Ireland Ltd
PlaceNewtownmountkennedy Court House, Co Wicklow
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