Boat sabotaged at Sallins

At night, a lumber-boat belonging to Messrs. Daley and Carney was maliciously sunk in the Grand Canal, near Sallen’s, by some person or persons, who bored holes in the keel and sides.

From  Chief Constables’ Reports for January 1833, cited in the House of Commons on 27 February 1833

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