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Freeman's Journal; Oct 2, 1764

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    The Public Register or Freeman s Journal Dublin, Ireland Tuesday, October 2, 1764 DUBLIN John Beasley of Chamber-street, Esq. is appointed one of his Majesty s
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      The Public Register or Freeman's Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Tuesday, October 2, 1764

      DUBLIN

      John Beasley of Chamber-street, Esq. is appointed one of his Majesty's
      Justices of the Peace of the County of Dublin.
      Sept. 26] Upwards of 60 Convicts, under the Rule of Transportation,
      were brought to the Market-house in Thomas-street, where they signed
      Indentures and are to be shipped for his Majesty's Plantations in America.
      Yesterday Alderman Benjamin Gale was sworn into the Office of Lord
      Mayor of this City, and Robert Montgomery and Henry Hart, Esqs were sworn
      Sheriffs for the Year ensuing.
      John Jebb, Esq; was sworn Mayor; William Gibbons and Henry Ackland,
      Esqs. were sworn Sheriffs of the County of the Town of Drogheda, for the
      ensuing Year.
      Same Day, George Carleton, Esq; was elected senior Master, and Mr.
      Walter Nugent, junior Master, Mr. Richard French and Mr. David Ribbton,
      Wardens of the Guild of Merchants, for the ensuing Year.
      DEATHS] In Kevan-street, of a tedious Indisposition, Mr. Patrick Lock,
      an eminent Cooper - Nathaniel Alexander Esq; Alderman of Londonderry - At
      Donerail, Robert Furnel, Esq;

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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