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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Saturday, Feb. 25, 1764 LONDON Died] Friday, at his House in Dover-street, Charles Moore, Earl of Charleville, of the Kingdom
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Saturday, Feb. 25, 1764

      LONDON
      Died] Friday, at his House in Dover-street, Charles Moore, Earl of
      Charleville, of the Kingdom of Ireland. His Lordship is descended from Sir John
      Moore, ancestor to the present Earl of Drogheda, who came into England very
      early after the Conquest. He married the only surviving Daughter of _____
      Coghill, LL. D. Register of the Prerogative Court of Dublin, with a Fortune of
      100,000l. He has died without issue.

      IRELAND
      Limerick, Feb. 20. Last Week died Mrs. Tierney, Wife of Mr. Michael
      Tierney.
      Yesterday Morning died Mrs. Anne Byrum, Wife of Mr. John Byrum, an eminent
      Master Builder of this City.
      Last Saturday was married the Rev. Mr. Roger Hadlock, of the County of
      Clare, to Miss Dora Wakely.
      Belfast, Feb. 21. Last Saturday died, Mrs. Clark, Widow.--On Sunday Morning
      died suddenly, at Lisburn, Mr. James Crouch, in the 74th Year of his Age.

      DUBLIN.
      MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Mr. Robert Battersby of Cloneybreney, in the County
      of Meath, to Miss Mary Ann Wade, Daughter of Hynes Wade, Esq.--William Peery,
      Coach-maker, to the agreeable Miss Walker, of the County of Meath.-- Mr.
      Benjamin Ward of Nicholas-street, Ribbon-Weaver, to Miss Anne Curtis, lat of the
      Royal Hospital.--At Limerick, Mr. Richard England to Miss Mary Stritch, Daughter
      of Mr. James Stritch, late of the City of Corke, Merchant.
      DEATHS.] A few Days ago, in Back-Lane Miss Sall.-- In Sackville-street,
      Miss Vaughan.-- In Dame-street, the Wife of Mr. Francis Lord, Gunsmith-- In
      Prussia-street, the Widow Stephens.-- In Cavendish-street, Miss Sidney Rogers.--
      In Poolbeg-street, the Wife of Mr. Quin.--The Hon. William Leslie, Brother to
      the Right Hon. the Earl of Rothes.--In the Four Court Mershalsea, after four
      Years Confinement, Mr. Mathias Dignum, formerly a Merchant of this City.

      PORT NEWS.

      ARRIVED Night Tide 23, and Morning Tide 24.
      Fortescue Packet from Holyhead, The Mail.
      Charming Jenny of Liverpool thence, Rum and Flax.
      King of Prussia, of Chester, John Barry, thence Merchant's Goods.
      Mary of Chester, William Thomas, thence, Merchant's Goods.
      Nonparell, of Chester, Brown, thence Merchant's Goods.
      Freemason, of Dublin, Velver, Bourdeaux Wine and Brandy.
      Lively, of Chester, Williamson, thence Merchant's Goods.
      Ce?ia, of Bristol, Fell, thence, Merchant's Goods.

      SAILED, Thomas, of Dublin, Beef, Rochford.
      New Blessing, of Bristol, Leard, home, Linen-Cloth.
      Duke of York of ditto, Davis, thence, ditto.
      Duke of York, of Southampton, Lester, Hamburgh Sugar.
      St. Anthony of Dublin, Seatton, Cadiz, Butter.
      9 Coasters, home, Belfast. Wind E.N.E.

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