Thrown out through the Window

1885-10-22 from The Irish Canadian, An exciting hunt at Millstreet FairThe humerous extract on the right appeared in the “The Irish Canadian” newspaper,  on Thursday October 22nd 1885.
It wasn’t the first time it happened:
“HUNTING A BAILIFF – Great excitement was caused in Millstreet last evening by the presence in the main street of the town of a bailiff named Daveron, who was immediately set upon by the people, hooted, and booed down the street. The violence of the crowd increased so much that Daveron was compelled to seek refuge in the police barrack. He was unable to get a lodging. His business was to serve a writ.” – from the Irish Examiner 2nd July 1881.
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