Donoughmore


Donoughmore

Donoughmore, Graf von D., geb. 1788, bekannt unter dem Namen Hutchinson, da er 1815 mit Bruce u. Robert Wilson (st. 1847) den aus dem Gefängniß entkommenen Lavalette (s.d.) am hellen Tage im offenen Wagen durch die Barrieren von Paris fuhr u. auf der Flucht unterstützte, wofür er aber mit seinen Gefährten zu dreimonatlicher Gefängnißstrafe verurtheilt wurde; er war Landstatthalter von Dublin u. st. am 12 September 1851 bei Dublin.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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