Fri. 4 May 1739

The Lord Santry was lately tried at Dublin for the murder of Laughlin
MURPHY, one of his domesticks. The whole trial was carried on with a
great deal of state. The Peers unanimously found him guilty, and he
received sentence to be executed on the 23d June. Since that time
great interest has been made at court in his behalf; and a reprieve is
granted till the 18th day of August next.

transcribed from the Scots Magazine

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