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Freeman's Journal; Oct 23, 1764

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    The Public Register or Freeman s Journal Dublin, Ireland Tuesday, October 23, 1764 DUBLIN About eight o Clock at Night, two Men, armed, came to Mr. Connolly,
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      The Public Register or Freeman's Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Tuesday, October 23, 1764

      About eight o'Clock at Night, two Men, armed, came to Mr. Connolly, who
      keeps a publick House at Ballina-flinging Hill, in the Country of Dublin,
      and after calling for some Ale, insisted on lodging there that Night, as it
      was too late to come to Dublin, which Mr. Connolly agreed to; and about One
      o'Clock in the Morning the Villains got up, and tied Mr. Connolly, his Wife,
      and Child, and afterwards robbed the House of six Guineas and some Wearing
      Apparel, with which they made off, and left them tied.

      Being St. Luke's Day, Doctor Barber was elected President, Doctor Nesbitt,
      Treasurer, Doctors Ferral, Quin, Barry and Archer, Censors, and Doctor
      Hamilton, Register, of the King's and Queen's College of Physicians in
      Ireland, for the Year ensuing.

      Extract of a Letter from Waterford, Oct. 17
      "Yesterday an Account came here, that on Monday Night last, about Eight
      o'Clock, as Cornet Armstrong and his Servant were riding through the Town of
      Nenagh, they were both shot dead, without its being known by whom this
      villanous Act was perpetrated: But it is supposed, as Mr. Armstrong belonged
      to the Light Horse, it was by some of the White Boys."

      MARRIED.] On Thursday last, Mr. James Black, of Ormond-Quay, Merchant, to
      Miss Ann Spear of Caple-street, a young Lady possessed of Endowments that
      must secure their mutual Happiness.-- Capt. Henry Shaw of Kildare-street, to
      Miss Waring, of Ballytober in the County of Kilkenny.-- At Kinsale, Mr.
      Dewhurst of Liverpool, to Miss Smith.-- At Lowgrange in the County of
      Kilkenny, William Greene, of Kilmanahane in the County of Waterford, to the
      only Daughter and Heir of Nuttal Greene, Esq.; with a Frotune of 900l. per
      Ann.-- Mr. John Gilmore of Strand-street, Taylor, aged 54, to Miss
      Buchannon, of Colloghymore, near Raphoe, aged 28.

      DIED.] Near Monyglass, the Widow Jones.-- In Meeting-house-yard, the Wife of
      Mr. William Forster, an eminent Shoemaker. -- At Castletown in the King's
      Co. Vans Wetheralt, Esq; a Gentleman of a fair Character. -- In
      Francis-street, Mr. John Moreton an eminent Grocer. -- At Corke, Mr. Samuel
      Dawson, Shoe-maker.-- At Allenton in the County of Dublin, Miss Isaac,
      Sister to the Lady of Sir Timothy Allen.-- In Jervais-street, the Hon. John
      Caulfeild, Esq; one of the Representatives in the late Parliament for the
      Borough of Charlemont, in the County of Armagh; Brother to the late Lord
      Viscount, and Uncle to the present Earl of Charlemont; a Gentleman of
      distinguished Worth and Virtue. -- At his Lodgings on Temple-bar,
      universally lamented, John Fitzpatrick, Esq., Counsellor at Law.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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