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Freeman's Journal; Oct 6, 1974

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    The Public Register or Freeman s Journal Dublin, Ireland Saturday, October 6, 1764 DUBLIN, October 3 John Bourke, junior, Esq; member for the borough of Naas,
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      The Public Register or Freeman's Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Saturday, October 6, 1764

      DUBLIN, October 3

      John Bourke, junior, Esq; member for the borough of Naas, is elected
      Sovereign of that corporation.
      Mr. Andrew Goodwin of Skinner-row, was elected master and Mr. Richard
      Williams, of Castle-street, was elected warden of the corporation of
      goldsmiths for the ensuing year.
      Sept. 30] In the evening, the shop of Mr. Murphy, shoemaker, in
      Dame-street, was robbed of shoes, &c to the amount of about 20l.
      The Kildare, M'Culloh, sailed for Parkgate, with a large cargo of
      linen, and several dealers in that commodity, in order to attend a Chester
      MARRIED] A few Days ago, John Browne, Esq; to Miss Margaret Empson of
      Clonee in the County of Tipperary - Mr. John Torpy of Nenagh, to Miss Brien
      of Lower Ormond - Mr. Hogan, Mariner, to Miss Kitty Barret of Cork. - At
      Ballinakil, Mr. Thomas Hanks of Birr, Tanner, to Miss Elizabeth Thomson. -
      Mr. Meaghan of Castlepollard, to the Widow Elliott, of Meath-street. - Mr.
      John Courtney to the agreeable Miss Duffey of Ne?-street - Mr. John Gaffney,
      to Miss Biddy Slator of Harold's-cross.
      DIED] A few Days ago in Ballyboy, John Luther, Esq; one of his
      Majesty's Justices of the Peace - At Birr, Mr. Pat Wall - In Galway, Mr.
      Charles Simcockes [or Simcookes], Revenue Officer - In George's lane, the
      Wife of Mr. Turner, Shoe-maker. - At Windy harbour near Milltown, Mrs.
      Dempsey, wife of Mr. Daniel Dempsey - In Skinner-row, Mrs. Duggan a
      confectioner - Sunday last at Leixlip, Mr. Gaynor, a man of a very fair
      character, and whole death is greatly lamented. - Deservedly lamented, in
      Mary's-Abbey, Patrick Horith, Esq; Surveyor of Ballydoyle.
      Thursday the 18th Instant being Swearing Day of the Corporation of
      Cutlers, Painters, Stainers and Stationers, the Free Electors, or Minority,
      of said Guild, are requested to Dine together on said Day, at the Carteret's
      Head in Castle-street, where they will meet a Number of their Brethren, who
      have dissented from the Majority in some late Proceeding.
      Friday the 19th Instant, being Quarter Assembly Day, the Free Citizens
      will Dine together as usual, at the Phoenix Tavern in Werburgh-street.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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