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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland 13 Dec 1763 IRELAND Cork, Dec. 8. Yesterday Noon the Effigy of a Tradesman in this City was carried by a Number of People from
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      13 Dec 1763

      IRELAND
      Cork, Dec. 8. Yesterday Noon the Effigy of a Tradesman in this City was
      carried by a Number of People from Blackpool to Watergate-lane, in their Way to
      Gallows-green, in order to have hanged it at the Common Place of Execution
      there; but being intercepted by the City Sheriffs, and the Main-guard, the Mob
      dispersed and the Effigy was taken and broke to Pieces. The above Affair, it is
      said, was in consequence of a Dispute between some Masters and Journeymen
      Cordwainers of this City.
      This Morning was married at St. Finbarry's Church, Baraky Wallis, Esq; of
      Ballycrinan, Esq; to Miss Piggot, only Daughter of the late Emanuel Piggott,
      Esq; a young Lady possessed of every Accomplishment, with a Fortune of 2000l.

      DUBLIN
      6th.] Mr. Mark Zouch Attorney, was elected Clerk of the Corporation of
      Joyners in the Room of Mr. Richard Hatfield, deceased.
      The Supernumeries from several Regiments on this Establishment, who have
      arrived in Town, were discharged in the Barracks; we hear they will be
      incorporated into the Regiments lately arrived from America.
      8th.] David Lunt and Juliet Haughton, were tried for the Murder of Mr.
      Charles Delany, late of Francis-Street, when the former was found guilty of
      Man-slaughter, and the latter acquitted.
      10th.] Capt. Green, Mess. Gold, Blake and the Mail arrived in the Fortescue
      Packet from Holyhead.
      Mess Verickers, Birch, Fletcher, King, Mashall, Mrs. Stackmaster, and the
      Mail arrived in the Besborough Packet from Holyhead; for which Place she sailed
      the 8th, with Mr. and Mrs. White, Major Burgoyne, Mess. Norton, Williams,
      Harley, Langton, and Mr. Mann, a Messenger with an Express.
      Died. Last Week, Mr. Henry Lindsey, formerly an eminent Woollen Draper in
      High Street.
      It is with Pleasure we can assure the Public, that the Person drowned last
      Week at the Bachelor's Quay, which was by misinformation mentioned to be Mr.
      Edward Moore, the Brewer, was a Mistake; that Gentleman being still alive and
      well to the great Satisfaction of his Friends. The Person who met that untimely
      Fate, is as we hear, of the same Name.

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