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!! Freeman's Journal; Sep 10, 1763

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland September 10, 1763 DUBLIN, September 10. On Tuesday last, Mr. Alex. Cairncross, Painter, died in Mary-street: He was a Man of
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 9, 2003
      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      September 10, 1763

      DUBLIN, September 10.
      On Tuesday last, Mr. Alex. Cairncross, Painter, died in Mary-street: He was
      a Man of unblemished Character, and much regretted by his Friends and
      Acquaintance.
      On Wednesday, the Dorset-Yatch, Capt. Williamson, sailed for Holyhead, to
      wait for his Excellency the Earl of Northumberland, who is expected about the
      20th Inst.
      On Thursday arrived the Hampden Packet from Holyhead, with Col. Keene
      Warburton and Leeson, Mrs. and Miss Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Garret, Messrs.
      Warburton, Hall, Brent and the Mail.
      The Rt. Hon. Sir Compton Domville, Bart. Sir James Caldwel, Bart. Dr.
      Baily, Mr and Mrs. Shields, and the Mail, arrived in the Fortescue Packet from
      Holyhead; for which Place she sailed last Week, having on board Capt. Daniel,
      Lieut. Halpen, Mr. Hamilton, and Family, Mr. Nixon and Family, Mess. Emered,
      Hore and Nixon.
      A few Days ago died in Christ-Church lane, Mr. Peter Brett, formerly
      Parish-clerk of Castleknock.
      Tuesday was married, Mr. Bryan Reilly of the Town of Monaghan, an aminent
      [sic] Distiller, to Miss Mary Ford of Smithfield, an agreeable young Lady with a
      handsome Fortune.
      September 9. This Day the Quarter Sessions was held at the Tholsel,
      pursuant to Adjournment, when Mr. Mark Thomas, seizing Officer was tried for
      assaulting Mr. Peck Grocer, and acquitted. Catherine Stubbs, for Felony, to be
      transported for seven Years; Mary Moran, for petty Larceny to be privately
      corrected, and eight others for Felony acquitted.- The Court adjourned to Monday
      Morning.
      LOTTERY TICKETS in all the Schemes sold, (and register'd gratis) by W.
      Williamson, Wholesale Stationer in Bride-street.


      By Authority,
      Under the direction of John Page, Esq; Member of Parliament for Chichester,
      Sir John Fieldin, Knt. and Robert Dingley, Esq; Guardians & c of the Assylum for
      supporting of Female Orphans, and the Magdalen Hospital for Protection of
      Penitent Prostitutes, &c.
      THE Public Sale of Mr. Ward's Medecines [sic], for sundry Diseases and
      Disorders, seemingly incurable by every other Means, or Method; and, prepared in
      London by Messrs. White and D'Ofterman; to whom His most Sacred Majesty allows
      Pentions for that Purpose; is now established in Ireland, at the Elixir
      Warehouse, or Dispensary, in Silver Court, Castle-street, Dublin; from whence
      Letters and Orders are answered, and regular Introductions for Use in all Cases,
      are given, &c.
      By RICHARD MOORE DICKSON.
      N.B. At said Ware-house, are to be had a select Parcel of Dr. James's Powders
      for Fevers, with regular Instructions at large for use, not to be had at any
      other Place in Ireland.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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