!! Freeman Journal; Mar 13, 1764
- Freeman Journal
Tuesday, March 13, 1764
Cork, March 8. Last Week, died at his Lodgings, in Brown-street, the Rev.
Mr. Ebenezer Gibbins, Minsister of the Baptist Congragation [sic] of this
City.-- At Warranbrook near Bandon, Mrs. Fuller, wife of Mr. William Fuller of
that place, a lady most deservedly lamented.-- At his House in George's-street,
after a tedious illness, Mr. Charles Allen, an eminent Master Cooper.
Belfast, March 9. On Monday last died, at Knock, after a short illness,
the Rev. John Gaudy.
We think it necessary to caution the Public against negotiating Guineas and
the lesser Denomination of that Specie without first weighing them; as we are
well assured, that villainous Practice of filing and sweating is again revived,
There is at present a considerable Circulation given to Guineas, even of his
late Majesty's Coinage, which on Examination will be found to be very fair and
full at the Edge on one Side, and visibly reduced by a File on the Reverse.
Tuesday the Commission of Oyer and Terminer ended, when Neal Mc'Daniel for
the Murder of Christopher Tute, and Patrick Rule otherwise O'Brien, for stealing
14 Cows, received Sentence to be executed on Saturday the 31st of March Instant.
Benjamin Baker, Joseph Duffe and Walter Duffe for rioutously assembling and
breaking the Windows of Mr. George Holmes, to be pillored at the Tholsel on
Saturday the 10th of March, to be imprisoned for two Years, and pillored again
at the Expiration of that Time. Robert Bridgens for assaulting and wounding
Edward Flood, to be pillored at the Tholsel on Wednesday the 13th of March. John
Joyce for keeping a Slate House and entertaining Journeymen Sawyers who combined
against their Masters, to be pillored at the Tholsel on Saturday the 17th of
March, and to be imprisoned a Year. Dorothy Sexton for keeping a House of
ill-Fame, to be imprisoned for six Months, and to be pillored once in that Time.
The next Commission will begin on Thursday the 26th Day of July next.
Sunday, a charity Sermon was preached in the Parish Church of St. Paul, by
the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Kildare, for the Support of the charity School
of that Parish, after which a Collection was made amounting to 78l.
MARRIAGES] A few Days ago, Mr. Leonard Hodson of Crampton-Court, to Miss
Workman, of Cabragh-Lane--Mr. Matthew Hardford, an eminent Baker in Pill-Lane,
to Miss Strong, of said Lane.-- At Maryborough, Mr. Richard Haftam [ or Hastam]
to the Widow Fleetwood-- Mr. William James of Caple-street, to Miss Hanah Maria
Cartwright of Castleknock.-- Mr. John Farrall, Merchant of Drogheda to Miss
Ennis of Claristown.-- Mr. James Mills of the Custom-house to Miss Smyth of
Lissy-street.-- Mr. William Power, Apothecary, to Miss Callanan.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, in Trinity-lane Mr. Michael Ford, formerly of
Corke-hill, Printseller.-- At Corke, Mrs. Rebecca Clarke.-- At Bishop-hall in
the Co. of Kilkenny, George Bishop Esq;-- At Bettyville in the Co. of Carlow,
the Wife of Mr. Wm. Grahm, a wealthy Farmer.-- In Peter-street, the Lady of Col.
Paul Mincein of Bough in the Co. of Carlow.-- In Clarendon-market, suddenly, Mr.
James McClusky, Publican.-- At Cell-bridge in the Co. of Kildare, the Wife of
Richard Cooke, Esq;- At Lurgan, aged 80, Capt. Peter Barbatt.-- In
Dolphin's-Barn, Wm. Finlay, Tanner.-- In Cuckold's-row, Mr. Joseph Flood, an
eminent Silk Throwster.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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