October 1, 1763
DUBLIN, OCTOBER 1.
Mr. William Reed, carpet-weaver, is appointed Master and Manufacturer to
the Charter-School, on the Strand.
Dr. Fleury is appointed physician to the Meath Hospital, in the room of Dr.
Wednesday the Right Hon. Lord Charles Montagu, Capts. Knox, Tute, and
Barnwel, Mess. Allen, Hamilton, Breed, Callan, Edward, French, Lloyd, Turner,
Rogers, and the Mail, arrived in the Hampden Packet from Holyhead; for which
Place she sailed the ???, having on board Cornet Hewerson, Mess. Dawsen,
Swerbreck, Grogan and Armitage.
Wednesday last died Mrs. Ann Binns, Wife of Mr. Jonathon Binns, Iron-monger
in Dame-street, where faithful Discharge of her Duties in this Life, must leave
lasting Impressions on the Minds of her Friends in general, and render her
Absence an irreparable Loss to her disconsolate Husband, and seven Children in
Thursday last being Michaelmas Day, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor,
Aldermen, Sheriffs, and Common Council went in procession to Christ-church,
after which they perambulated the usual bounds of this city, agreeable to annual
custom; and yesterday the Right Hon. William Forbes, Esq; was sworn into the
Office of Lord Mayor of this City, before his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant,
when the Hon. Mr. Baron Mountney gave him a copious and learned Charge,
consonant to the Duties of his important Office; and William Bryan, and Francis
Booker, Esqrs. were sworn Sheriffs at the Tholsel, for the ensuing Year.
A few days ago died the Rev. Allen Morgan, Minister of the Parish of St.
Tuesday's Plate of fifty Pounds was won by Charles Lambert's Esq; bay
Wednesday's Plate was won by John St. Ledger's Esq; bay Gelding. And,
Thursday's Plate was won by Charles Lambert's Esq.; bay Mare Whitenose.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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