Freeman's Journal; Oct 27, 1764
- The Public Register or Freeman's Journal
Saturday, October 27, 1764
Mr. John Whelan read his Recantation from the Errors of the Church of Rome,
and embraced the Protestant Religion at Clondalkin Church.
Oct. 22] Edward Ware, a Trooper, was tried and found guilty of the Murder of
Jane Sedden in Flood-street, on the 23d of July last, and ordered for
MARRIED.] A few Days since, Henry Irwin, of Rockborough in the County of
Roscommon, Esq., to Miss Margaret Irwin, Niece to Wentworth Thewles, Esq; a
most amiable and accomplished young Lady, with 3000l. Fortune. -- Dr.
Dempsey of Kildare to Miss Broughall of said Town.
DIED.] A few Days ago, at Ardress in the County of Armagh, the Rev. Henry
Clarke, D.D., possessed of a considerable Living in the Presentation of
Trinity-College, of which he was formerly Vice Provost; a Gentleman of
singular Piety, Learning and Benevolence.-- In Peter-street, Miles Burke,
Gent. -- At Corke, aged 105, Mrs. Pelican. And the Wife of Mr. Samuel
Kearden.-- Mrs. Jane Lowther, Relict of George Lowther, late of Kilbrew in
the County of Meath, Esq.; aged 70.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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