!! Freeman's Journal; Mar 3, 1764
- Freeman Journal
Saturday, March 3, 1764
Cork, February 27. Jonas Lander, Gent., is appointed Under Sheriff of the
County of Cork, for the present Year.
Last Tuesday was married the Rev. Mr. Russel Carew, to Miss Wood, Daughter
of Mr. Thomas Wood of this City, Tanner; a most amiable young Lady, with a
Fortune of 150 l.
Friday Night Mr. John Morrison, many Years Mate of the Kitty, Capt. Cowen;
on the Bristol Trade, slipped, stepping on Board said Vessel at Labit's-Quay and
was unfortunately drowned; he was a Man of a very fair Character.
Same Day a Porter dropped down dead, after eating a hearty dinner.
Saturday died at her House near the Old Draw-Bridge, Mrs. Lippits, a Widow
Messrs. Robert Glibborn and Son, return their sincere Thanks to Colonel
Cobb, and _____ Talbott, Esq; for their kind Assistance, in protecting and
saving the Sloop and Cargo of the Willing Mind, Henry Haylor, Master, lately
stranded on the Island of Dunabare.
We hear that a Gentleman in the North has cured a Horse, who had the
Glanders to a great Degree, by injecting the Juice of Hemlock up his Nostrils,
according to Dr. Stork's Directions. This is a very cheap Medicine, and almost
every Apothecary knows how to make it up.
One hundred Pounds of Tea, Seized by Mr. Dunn, were lodg'd in the Stores.
William Falkner of Tullamoore, in the King's County, Gent., hath been
appointed a Master Extraordinary for taking Affidavits in the High Court of
Cornelius O'Brien of Ballinderry in the County of Tipperary, Gent., hath
been appointed a Master Extraordinary of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery,
for said County.
The Hibernia, Try, from Cork, to Bourdeax, is lost on the Coast of France.
The Peggy, Evans, from Cork to Bourdeax, is lost on the Coast of France,
not far from Bourdeax. Part of the Cargo is expected to be saved.
Saturday last the Stable belonging to Mr. John Duff, in Trim, was consumed
by Fire, together with five Horses, the Property of Laurence Lynch, James
McCabe, and Bryan Dunn, Poor Carriers, by which Accident they are rendered
incapable of supporting themselves and Families. Benefactions for the above
unhappy Sufferers will be received by Mr. Walter Evans in Trim or Mr. Reily at
Crossdowny in the County of Cavan.
Last Monday was seized by Mess. Mangan and Harrison, upwards of 40 lb.
weight of Bohea and Green Teas, which were lodged in his Majesty's Stores.
MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Mr. Ring, of London, Silversmith, to Miss Fanny
Briscoe of Christ-Church Yard.-- Mr. Thomas Dermot, Mercer, in Francis-Street,
to Miss Polly Keenan, Daughter of Mr. Christopher Keenan, Tanner and
Leatherseller in Patrick-Street.-- Mr. Patrick Flyn, of Harrold's-Cross, Miller,
to Miss Peggy Butler, of Harlockstown, in the County of Meath.-- At Enniscorthy,
Mr. Matthew Casey, of the City of Dublin to the agreeable Miss Mancy, of said
Place.-- At Corke Mr. Robert Clarke, Revenue Officer, to Miss Druf?.- William
Cuff, Esq; to Miss Margaret Richardson.-- At Annaginey in the County of Tyrone,
Mr. Mitchell, Merchant of Newry, to Miss Judith Mitchell.-- Mr. Joseph Plunket
of Pudding-Row, Trunkmaker, to Miss Mary-Anne Sweetman.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, at Bourdeaux, Robert Dillon, Esq; formerly an
eminent Merchant in London and Brother to Thomas Dillon, late an eminent Banker
in this City.-- Last Week, at Galway, the Wife of Mr. Arthur Matthews, Hatter.--
In Ormond-Market, Mr. Knight Butcher.-- In Patrick-Street, Mr. Patrick Kavanagh
Butcher.-- Chidly Coote, of Mount-Coote in the County of Limerick, Esq.-- In
Grafton-street, the Wife of The Revd., Mr Sandys.-- In Back-lane, Mr Ponty,
Brazier.-- At Lisburne in the Co. of Waterford, Mr. John Bible, late of
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