!! Connaught Journal; Nov 22, 1824
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Monday, November 22, 1824
In Dublin, Alexander Boyle, Esq, to Helen, daughter of the late William
Orr, Esq. of Halston, Renfrewshire.
In Dublin, Charlotte, relict of William Dunne, Esq., and daughter of
the late John Woodturk, Esq. to John, second son of Walter Commins, Esq. of
Ballylar, County Carlow.
At his house near Clare, on Sunday, the 7th instant, in the
thirty-eighth year of his age, the Very Rev. Doctor Doyle, Pastor of
Kilbride and Horseleap, and Vice-General of the Diocese of Meath. Two or
three days before his death, a decree was received from Rome, appointing him
Notary-Apostolic-but he had exchanged temporal for eternal honors, and is
gone, amidst the regrets of the Clergy, and wailings of an afflicted Flock,
to enjoy that God, whom through life he served with fidelity and fervour.
At Forquay, in Devonshire, on the 2d inst, the Hon. Mrs. Hely
Hutchinson, wife of the Hon. Abraham H. Hutchinson, and daughter to John
Burke, Esq. of Clongowna, County Tipperary.
On Thursday last at Carhue, County Clare, Margaret Lewer, Lady of
Charles M'Donnell, Esq.
At Fentore, same County, Mrs. Blood.
At Bally????tin, County Limerick, Mrs. Cudmore, relict of Paul Cudmore,
BOYLE, NOV 18 - The ill-starved villains, as denounced, are. it would
appear, introducing their cowardly principles into our hitherto peaceable
vicinity. On Monday night last, the herd of James Knott, Esq. of
Battlefield, in this neighbourhood, was visited by some of the Rockites.
These civil gentry proceeded to administer an oath to his herd, at
Knockbrack, making him swear by their throats that he would relinquish the
service of his master. To this the poor man, in order to evade the
vengeance which they vowed, complied; but on being released from the
clutches of these daring wretches, he communicated the circumstance to his
master, at whose instigation the man retains his situation, and who, in
conjunction with 29 other Gentlemen, have offered a reward for the
prosecution of the persons concerned.
On Wednesday morning, Mr. John Joseph Pim, of Mecklinburg-street,
Dublin, accompanied by Mrs. Mowlds, of North Cumberland-street, arrived at
Shanahan's hotel, at the Mall, in this city, and after changing horses,
immediately drove off for Dunmore, where they were in consequence of the
non-arrival of the steam-packets, obliged to sojourn at Cherry's hotel,
until Saturday morning, where they were undertaken by the lady's husband,
Mr. George F. Mowlds, a respectable Solicitor, accompanied by another
professional Gentleman. An unpleasant and rather violent reucontre took
place between the parties. Mr. Moulds seized a box, which, it is said,
contained a good deal of property, and with the rest a gold watch that had
been carried off by his wife. He had Mr. P. arrested on a charge of robbery.
About noon on Saturday the parties came up here from Dunmore, accompanied by
two of the Police, and appeared before Henry Adcock, Esq., a Magistrate,
who, upon investigating the charge and not deeming it sufficiently
supported, discharged Mr. Pim. Mr. and Mrs. Mowlds shortly after set off for
Dublin. Mr. Pim returned to Dunmore, on his way to England. Mrs. Mowlds has
a family. Mr. Pim is but 23 years old and is still to have little or no
property.-- Waterford Mirror.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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