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Freeman Journal; 4 Sep 1764

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Tuesday, September 4, 1764 Between eight and nine o Clock on Saturday Night, Captain Waring s House in Henry-street, was robbed
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Tuesday, September 4, 1764

      Between eight and nine o'Clock on Saturday Night, Captain Waring's
      House in Henry-street, was robbed of eight Silver Table Spoons, by a
      Villain, who got into the Area and raised up the Kitchen Window where they
      Alderman Edward Sankey is appointed Superintendent of the Coal Yards
      established by Act of Parliament, in this City, in the room of Sir Timothy
      Allen, who hath resigned.
      In the Evening, one Kelly, a Butcher, was killed by some Villains near
      the Poddle.
      Aug. 31st. At Night the Right Hon. Nathaniel Clements, Miss Leigh, Mrs.
      Morrison, Mess. Wakefield, Evans, Moore and the Mail arrived in the Hampden
      Packet from Hollyhead.
      Captain Arthur, Doctor Cormick, Mrs. Pearse, Mrs. Davis, Mess. Kelly,
      Walker, Gernon, Darcy, Donovan, Brown Toole and the Mail arrived in the
      Besborough Packet from Hollyhead.

      MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Capt. Christopher Williamson, of Witchaven,
      to Miss Christian, of Hawkin's-street.--Mr. Swords, an eminent Hair-Dresser
      in Sycamor-Alley, to Miss Murphy of Abby-street.--Mr. Tobias Shanly, to Miss
      Maria Nisbit.-- At the Quaker's Meeting-House, in Sycamore-alley, Mr. George
      Bewley, late of Lazor's-hill, Timber Merchant, to Miss Mary Faile.

      DEATHS.] A few Days ago, in Castle-street, Mrs. Simms.-- At Clooneymuck
      in the County of Tipperary, James Wall, Esq; of Great Britain-street.-- At
      Jonesborough in the Co. of Meath, Master Owen John Hillas, youngest Son of
      Thos. Hillas, Esq;-- In Dolphin's-Barn, Mr. John Dickson, Tanner.-- In
      Bride-street, Wm. Cooper, Esq; Counsellor at Law.-- At Bourdeux, Samuel
      Head, Esq;--At Lismacul in the Co. of Tipperary, the Wife of Hugh Baker,
      Esq;-- In Waterford, Mr. John Williams.-- At Drumcondra, Master Newenham,
      Son of Edward Newenham, Esq; Collector of the County of Dublin-- Friday
      Morning died, the Widow Flanagan of Castle-Market, a very honest industrious
      Woman, much regreted by all her Acquaintance.

      The Twelve-penny Houshold Loaf is to weigh 10 Pounds 4 Ounces 6 Dramchs.
      The middle Price of Wheat being at 2l. 3s. 0d. the Quarter.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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