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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland 3 Dec 1763 Last Thursday morning at Christ Church, Mr. Richard Loyd, of Rathcormack, to Miss Jane Austin, Daughter of the late
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      3 Dec 1763

      Last Thursday morning at Christ Church, Mr. Richard Loyd, of Rathcormack,
      to Miss Jane Austin, Daughter of the late Thomas Austin, Esq; one of the
      Burgesses of this City; a most agreeable young Lady, with 1300l. Fortune.
      Since our last the Remainder of Colville's Regiment marched for Galway, as
      did Gen. Malpa's Regiment for Limerick.
      DEATHS. Last Tuesday at her Lodgings on the Mall, Mrs. Mary White, of
      Green Hall in the Country of Tipperary; a young lady of many endearing
      Qualities, Thursday in Black-pool of a Mortification in her Throat, Miss
      Wheeler, second Daughter of Mr. ?ane Wheeler. In Ch??er's Lane, Miss Mary Brett.
      Saturday in Mallow-lane, Mrs.Frith, Wife of Simon Frith, much lamented by all
      her Acquaintance.
      Friday last died, Mr. William Forbery, Tanner, a Man of a very fair
      Character, and much lamented.
      Nov. 27th.] James Dillon Gent. renounced the Errors of the Church of Rome.
      Dec. 1st] Mr. Ephraim Thwares was sworn Master, Mess. Arthur Guiness and
      James Forbes Jones were sworn Wardens of the Corporation of Brewers.
      Mr. Finlay one of his Majesty's Messengers, with an Express, and the Main
      for England, sailed on board the Hawke of London, Harris for Holyhead.
      Thursday, William Keating, being charged on Oath for an Assault, Riot and
      Felony, committed by him and other Persons unknown, was sent to Newgate by
      William Chamberlaine, Esq; It is to be remarked, that this is the Person who was
      the principal Witness produced against Mr. Benjamin Haughton, and eminent
      Citizen, on the 23th ult. The Nature and Weight of whose Testimony on that
      Occasion, those that attended that Tryal, are the best Judges of.
      By the violent Storm which happened on Thursday Night the first Instant: The
      House of Mr. George Warner, The Boot and Shoe Ware House on Ormond Quay was
      blown down; by which Accident two of Mr. Walter's Children, his Nurse, and
      Foremen were killed, and his Clerk with much Difficulty faced by being dug out
      of the Rubbish.
      The poor Prisoners in the Four Courts Marshalsea acknowledge the Receipt of
      five Guineas by the Hands of Mr. Alex. M'Culloh, Printer in Henry-street, sent
      by an unknown Inhabitant of St. Mary's Parish of a middling Station, as we are
      informed; for which they return their generous and humane Benefactor, their most
      grateful Thanks and Prayers.
      Two Women and a Man were committed to Newgate for the Murder of Mr. Charles
      Delany. It is said one of the Women has confessed her being an Accomplice in
      that horrid Affair.

      A Protestant Lad, fourteen Years of Age, is wanted as an APPRENTICE. He must
      be well recommended, and the Fee will be moderate. Enquire of Mr. WILLIAM KING,
      Mathematical Instrument Maker on Temple-Bar.

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