Freeman's Journal; Oct 9, 1764
- The Public Register or Freeman's Journal
Tuesday, October 9, 1764
Oct. 4th] Mr. David Murray was elected Vestry-Clerk of St. Mary's
Parish, in the Room of Mr. Richard Wheeler, deceased.
Col. Hale's Regiment of Light Dragoons, arrived in Town from the North,
on their Route to the Counties of Kilkenny and Waterford, to join the Earl
of Drogheda's Light Hors, in order to quell the Rioters in those Parts.
His Majesty has been pleased to appoint the Hon. Col. Carpenter, of the
second Troop of Horse Guards, to be Col. of the 12th Regiment of Dragoons,
on the Irish Establishment, in the room of Hon Colonel Hervey, promoted.
The Incorporated Society in Dublin, for promoting English Protestant
Schools in Ireland, have received Advice from Mr. Cole, Secretary to the
Corresponding Society in London, that William Domville, late of the Parish
of St. George, Hanover-Square, in the County of Middlesex, Esq; deceased,
had bequeathed to the Society a Legacy of Two Hundred Pounds.
MARRIED] Mr. Arthur Swinfield of Rathdrum, in the County of Wicklow, to
Miss Elizabeth Willis of said Place.- Mr. William M'Donnell of the Bull's
Head Inn at Ballyroan in the Queen's County, to Miss Murphy, Sister of
Garret Murphy, Esq; deceased. - The Rev. Dr. Daniel Sandford, in the Church
of Glasnevin, to Miss Chapone, - In the Cathedral Church of Armagh, Mr.
Robert Barnes, to Miss M'Cullough - Robert Lownds, of Tainnamoney, Esq; to
Miss Stafford of Colerain. - Richard Johnston, Esq; of Gilford, in the
County of Down, to Miss Alexander of Mary's-Abbey.
DIED.] At Bath, John Lord Trevor, Baron of Bronham, and F.R.S. His
Lordship leaving no Issue Male, his Title and Estate descend to his Brother,
the Hon. Robert Hampden, Esq; Postmaster-General, now Lord Trevor. - In
London, Mrs. Mary Waring, Wife of Folliot Waring in the County of
Kilkenny. - The Reverend Dr. Ellis, Minister of St. Catherine's. - At
Lisburn in the County of Antrim, of a lingering Indisposition, Mr. John
Handcock, a very extensive Linen Merchant. - At Fermoy, in the County of
Corke, William Forward, Esq; - In Castle-street, Mr. Edward Griffith, one of
Mess. Latouche's Clerks, a young Man of an exceeding good Character. -
Lately at Liverpoole, Mrs. Magee, Wife of Mr. Magee, who was her tenth
Husband. - In Trinity College, of a Fever, the Rev. Mr. John Williamson,
A.M. and Curate of St. Paul's; a young Gentleman of distinguished Learning
and whole social Virtues endeared him to all who had the Pleasure of his
Acquaintance, which renders his Loss most sincerely regretted.
Assize of the Twelvepenny Houshold Loaf 11lb. 9oz. 4dr. - The middle
Price of Wheat being 1l. 17s. the Quarter. - The Meal-man is to fell 16lb
3oz of Wheaten-meal for a Shilling.
WHEREAS the frequent Loss of Ships on the Coast, near the Entrance of
the Bay of Dublin, has been considered as chiefly owing to the want of
proper Charts; and the Committee of Merchants of the City of Dublin having
approved of the Proposals of Mess. Scale and Richards, for making a Survey
and publishing a Chart of the Coast from Wicklow Head to Skerries, Notice is
hereby given that the same will speedily be carried into Execution in the
best Manner, under the Sanction and Encouragement of said Committee, and
Subscriptions are taken in for this useful and necessary Work by Sir Edward
Newenham, Tho. Blair, Esq; in Fleet-street, Theoph. Thompson, Esq; and Mess.
William and Thomas Barcroft on the Batchelor's-Walk, Mess. Rob and Alex
Jeffray in Eustace-street, and by Mr. Chr. Decy, Secretary to said
Committee, who will be answerable for the Subscription money which shall be
paid them, or for the Delivery of the Charts in due Time to the Subscribers.
JOHN SEATON, Grocer,
(Formerly of Strand-street,)
BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends and the Publick, that he now carries on
the Grocery Business, by Wholesale and Retail on Ormond-quay, four Doors
from Jervis-street, where he hopes for the Interest of his Friends and
WILLIAM TOOLE, Grocer,
IS removed from Francis-street to the House where the Bishop of Derry lately
lived, in George's-lane, and carries on the Grocery and Wine Business, &c,
&c, in an extensive Manner as usual. He returns his most grateful Thanks to
his Friends and the Publick for favouring him with their Commands; the
Countenance of which he will always endeavour to merit, by selling the best
Goods as cheap as possible.
Master of the Custom-House Coffee-House in Essex-street,
HAS, by the Advice of many of his Friends, opened a new Coffee-Room, in the
next House, up one Pair of Stairs, where Gentlemen will be supplied, as
usual, with Tea, Coffee and Chocolate, every Day;
And has likewise fitted up his late Coffee-Room in the most Elegant
A TAVERN and CHOP-HOUSE
Said GALLAGHER takes this Opportunity of returning his most sincere
Thanks to the Public for their former kind Encouragement and hopes, by his
Assiduity and Care in this his new Undertaking, and having every Article the
best in their Kinds, to merit the Continuance of their Favour and
N.B. A cold Larder every Day, and Punch and Wine as usual.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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