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Hamilton Gorges, Esq of Kilbrue, couniy of his koife and fork, and with diraity and Meath, and with her received a very hand. resignation held his neck, while Sands put some fortune, but in a few years after Mrs. on the rope Houston shocked at the unSandys, or Sands, like her sister Mrs. Cooke, prepared condi in of his young companion, abandoned the bed and house of her hus. asked the Major to allow a priest to have band, for a hfe more suited to her taste and access for a ininute to Carroll. No, anliberal notions, than what a brutal and swered the ruffian, by the Holy
G I drunken husband could afford. Captain would not suiter Jesus Christ to visit him, Sands, through the influence of his brocher- and forcing the victim down the stairs, had in-law, Mr. Cooke, then under secretary of him put on a car, and brought to the Old State, was appointed Brigade Major to the Bridge, where he was haaged on 2 Lanp Garrison of Dublin, a place then of no Iron.. great emolument until the Major became one of the Triumvirate of Majors, who in - Advertisement Extraordinary. the years of 1797 and 8, whipped, plundered, burchered, and dungeoned the unfortunate people of Dublin. The Major, like his Just published, by James Bernard compeers in devastation, spread liis prose Express, at the Conclave office, an ele. cription in every direction, and every nour gant edition of Letters, for and against the victims of his brutality and avarice
the Veto ; the former addressed pri
ha were seen entering his prison, the preyot of Dublin Barracks. Oor interestiog publica. vately to Sir John Hippesley. in 1505, tion could not contain oné centh of the showing the blessings Ireland should atrocities which we could enumerate, that receive from the adoption of the mca. were hourly practised - within the walls of the Barracks, by the monster Sands, or sure ; the facter were published from Sandys, and liis executioners; besides hang- the same press, in 1808, and brought ing and torturing any poor person, whose the author, by the activity of Talley, friends were not able to purchase a mitiga- rand, little Pompous, and other friends, tion of punishment, others were nea ly suffocated by foul air, and devoured by seven hundred and sixty-eigbt pounds, vermin, until they could purchase a change four sbilliogs, and ten pence farthing : of lodging, which was no other than an the sum obtained for the former, it be. open yard, in which stoud ients, were the ing a private transaction, may, perhaps, released wietches often perished by the inclemency of the weather, or by the effects be ascertained, by enquiry, at the of famine or purrid provision. The Major Secret Service-office, Melville-street, soid his mercy for every kind of marketable London. produce; fathers have bought their sons In our next, we shall present our from the prison and tie triangles, for hay, oats, flour, woots, whiskey, wires, linens, readers with a view of the Conclave pictures. horses, cow's, &c. and sons have sitting in Francis-street Chapel. purchased "heir parents on the sainc terms; for the crowds tha: Gilled the prison were so
ADVICE. · beaped together, that the fear of losing a
good transierab's body, often made the We advise Mr. French, of Porters Major emp'y his warehouse on reasonable town, who, we understand, is a tenant terins. He flogger or strange generally of Luke White's, that if he coptivues such as were unable to deal with him.
to insult and beat our hawker, Sinith, The character of this monster may be justly known by the following facts, which we as he did a few days since, to abstain have selected from the numberless atrocities from his outrages on our property, or he committed.
we shall try an experiment by law A young man of the name of Carroll, a
with him. He is a coward of the Prisoner ,under the care of Sands, had been W tried by a Court Martial in June, 1798, on meanest rank who would beat and charges of Rebellion, and was waiting the trample on a poor bay, on the calcula. josue of the deliberations of whoever had tion that our confinement precludes us his destiny in their hands, when one day as
as of chastising the ruffian. he was at his dinner with another prisoner, William Houston, late of Mercers Hospisa!, . Another ruffian has commited simj. tot at present in Philadelphia, Sands ab- lar acts of depredation towards the priptly threw open the door, and finging a same boy : the fellow's name is Wm. right-cap on the table where the dinner was. placed, called out “ Carroll, come out un.il Gorman, of ballymagiasson, in the I hang you !!" The poor fillow laid down neighbourhood of Luke's estate,