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MURDER OF A SWEETHEART.

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MURDER OF A SWEETHEART. At the Craven Assizes, on Thursday, before Mr. Jus- tice Lawson, Hugh Fay, a farmer, aged about 35, was placed on trial for the murder of his sweetheart, Mary Lynch, on the 1st of March, 1870, at Ballyjamesdnff, co. Cavan. The evidence went to show that improper intimacy existed between the deceased and the accused, and that on the day mentioned he brought her into a field off the road. Whilst there they were,watched by a man named Byers, who stated that he saw the pri- soner place his belt around the deceased's neck as if to strangle her. The following morning the dead body of the girl was found in the field, and a belt lying beside it, which was afterwards identified as the prisoner's. The body, when discovered, was half lying in a ditch, and the throat was marked as if by the belt.

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