THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, April 22, 1824
BIRTHS EXTRAORDINARY- On Tuesday morning, near Bandon, the wife of a
gardener named Daniel Cremen, of four sons! One of them died immediately after
his birth-the other three are in good health. Their mother (who is naturally
delicate) is in a very weak state, but hopes are entertained of her recovery.
In Bath, a few days ago, the lady of James Valobra, of Northampton-street,
of two girls and a boy. The females lived only a short time; the son (an heir)
and the mother are likely to do well.
Thomas Robinson, Esq. eldest son of A. Ramsay Robinson, Esq. of Kensington,
to Frederica, only daughter of the late Sir George Brathwaite Boughton, Bart. of
Police Court, Herefordshire. This was the elopement from Brussels which had made
so much noise. The lady has 80,000l. to her fortune.
On Tuesday last, in St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. William Bushe,
A.M. Francis Bell, of this City, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of Sir James
Riddall, of Richmond-house, County of Dublin.
In St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. James Nevin,
Thomas Jones, Esq. of North Wales to Miss Elinor Williams.
Monday the 19th instant, by the Hon. and Very Rev. the Dean of St.
Patrick's, at George's Church, Dublin, William P. Matthews, Dublin Castle, Esq.
to Mary Anne, daughter of Thomas Hodgens, Rutland-square, Esq.
At his father's house, at Banff, on the 3d instant, James Robinson, Esq.,
late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 91st foot.
At his house in London, Major-General Doveton, of the Madras Establishment
and M.P. for Lancaster.
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