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(Psr Press Association.) London, February 10. Mr D. Kilbride, member for Kerry South, who was arrested for an offence against the Grimes Act, by inciting the peasantry, has been convicted and sentenced to a term of three months' imprisonment. Counsel for accused intimated that the verdict would be appealed against. The trial of Molloy, one of the Invincibles, who was arrested last week on a charge of perjury, took place today. Daniel Delanej, one of the men who were arrested for attempting to murder a juryman m the Hynes' case, deposed that Molloy was deeply involved m all plots with which the Invincibles were connected, and also 1 plot* to murder " Buckshot " Forster, • the twelve jurymen, Judge Lawson, Anderson, and the Crown Solicitor, who were concerned m the trial of Francis Hyne*.

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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