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" the stern and unbending justice of the Chief Magistrate of this city, James Lynch FitzStephen, elected Mayor 1493, who condemned and executed his own guilty son, Walter, on this spot. "
Journal - Page 288
by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1895
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Modern Philology, Volume 2

Electronic journals - 1904
...1832, Vol. I, pp. 265-78). At the back of the Church of St. Nicholas, there is a stone bearing this inscription : " This memorial of the stern and unbending...condemned and executed his own guilty son, Walter, ou this spot, has been restored to its ancient site, AD 1854, with the approval of the Town Commissioners,...
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Connemara and the Neighboring Spots of Beauty and Interest...: With Remarks ...

John Harris Stone - Connemara - 1906 - 422 pages
...law from the prison window. Such is the gruesome tale. The spot has a memorial upon it to the memory of " the stern and unbending justice of the chief...executed his own guilty son Walter on this spot." Public announcements are still given out in Galway by a man going through the town ringing a bell at...
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Black's Guide to Ireland: Illustrated with Maps and Plans

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - Ireland - 1906 - 383 pages
...inscription — THIS ANCIENT MEMORIAL OF THE STERN AND UNBENDING JUSTICE OF THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE or THIS CITY, JAMES LYNCH FITZ-STEPHEN, ELECTED MAYOR AD 1493, WHO CONDEMNED AND EXECUTED HIS owx GUILTY SON, WALTER, ON THIS SPOT, HAS BEEN RESTORED TO THIS ITS ANCIRNT SITE, AD 1854, WITH THE...
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The Idler, Volume 20

Jerome Klapka Jerome, Robert Barr, Arthur Lawrence, Sidney H. Sime - 1902
...into the wall of the graveyard of St. Nicholas's Church, close by, is a stone, bearing the following inscription : — " This memorial of the stern and...executed his own guilty son Walter on this spot," etc. The "spot" is where the old prison stood, and the "memorial" is a skull and crossbones. Tradition...
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