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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland September 13, 1763 On Saturday Night last the Kitchen Window of Messrs Lightburn in Dame-street was broke open, and thereout
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      September 13, 1763

      On Saturday Night last the Kitchen Window of Messrs Lightburn in
      Dame-street was broke open, and thereout was taken a chas'd Cream-Boat, and four
      Table Spoons. For securing the Plate and Thief, three Guineas Reward is promised
      by the Proprietor.
      On Sunday Se'nnight, the Lord Bishop of Clogher held an Ordination in the
      Cathedral Church of Clogher, when Messrs. Mar? Forster, Adam Smith, St. John
      Blackhall, and William Campbell, were ordained Deacons, and Messrs. Thomas
      Campbell, John Hines, Andrew Ker and Andrew Young, Ezekiel Brown, Priests.
      Last Friday Night, about Ten o'Clock as Mr. Goodwin, of the General
      Post-Office Dublin, and another Gentleman were in their Chaise returning from
      Ringsend, they were attacked at the Corner of Moss-street, near George's-quay,
      by six or seven Footpads, armed with Cutlasses and Fire-Arms, who wounded them
      in several Places; robbed them of their Watches and Cash, and afterwards made
      off.
      Same Day Sir Thomas Newcomen, and Family, Capt. Smyth, ____ Lambert, Esq;
      and Family, Messrs. Sands and Gourly, sailed in the Lively Williams for
      Pa?kgate.
      On Friday, the 16th Instant will come on at the Tholsel, the Election of an
      Alderman of the City, in the Room of Alderman Andrew Murray, deceased.
      Last Sunday, a Man dropped down in Corn-market and instantly expired.
      Same Day, ____ Doyle, Peruke-maker, in Charles-street was seized with an
      Appoplectic-Fit in Kezar's-lane and instantly expired.

      MARRIAGES. A few Days ago, at Limerick, George Gray, Esq; of Col. Gray's
      Regiment of Foot, to Miss Margaret Moore, Daughter of Roger Moore, Esq; late of
      Ballyneelogh, in the County of Limerick.
      - Abraham Creighton, Esq; one of the Representatives of Parliament for the
      Borough of Lifford, to Mrs. Acheson, relict of William Acheson, Esq; only
      Brother to Sir Arch. Acheson, Bart. a Lady of great Merit, with a considerable
      Fortune.

      DEATHS. At Cork, the Wife of Mr. Sadler, Cooper.
      - At Galway, Mr. Peter Martin, late of Capivarna and formerly one of the
      most considerable Farmers in the Kingdom. - At Limerick, the Wife of Mr.
      Christopher Carr Davis, Merchant. - Usher of Mount-Usher, Esq. - In
      Loughlinstown, Co. of Dublin, Mr. Owen Bray, deservedly lamented. - At Lisburn,
      in the County of Down, advanced in Years, Mr. Jacob Handcock.

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