Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

!! Freeman Journal; Mar 20, 1764

Expand Messages
  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Tuesday, March 20, 1764 IRELAND Last Friday was admitted to North Goal, Thomas Simmons, Clerk to Mr. Edward Reeves, Attorney
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 19, 2004
    • 0 Attachment
      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Tuesday, March 20, 1764

      IRELAND
      Last Friday was admitted to North Goal, Thomas Simmons, Clerk to Mr. Edward
      Reeves, Attorney for embezzling about five Pounds in Cash.
      Died, Monday Evening in an advanced Age, at her Lodgings in Cross-street,
      Mrs. Elenor Coman, Relict of Mr. John Coman, late of Dromcolloher, in the County
      of Limerick.- Tuesday Morning at his County Seat, near this City, James Piercy,
      Esq; an eminent and wealthy Merchant.- Mrs. Isaack, Wife of the Rev. Dr. Isaack,
      Archdeacon of Emly.
      Limerick, March 15- This Day died Daniel Webb, Esq; in the 82d Year of his
      Age.- Last Week died Mrs. Bowerman, Relict of John Bowerman, late of Cooline
      Esq.
      Yesterday Sev'nnight, His Excellency the Earl of Northumberland was pleased
      to appoint Lord Vicount Sudley, eldest Son of the Earl of Arran, a Trustee of
      the Linen Manufacture, in the room of the late Earl of Charleville.
      On Friday last his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, the Right Hon the
      Countess of Northumberland and many of the Nobility and Gentry, were most
      elegantly entertained at Dinner at the Mayoralty house in Dawson-street.
      On Saturday last Mrs. Adams, Quartermaster Lodge, Mess Spencer,
      Kirkpatrick, Molloy, Hutchinson and Macklin sailed in the King of Prussia for
      Parkgate.
      On Sunday the Right Hon. Lord Malton, the Right Hon. Thomas Connolly, Esq;
      and his Lady, Major Burgoyne, Capt. Shepard, Mess Shields, Ball, Matiland, and
      the Mail, arrived in the Besborough Packet from Holyhead; for which place she
      sailed with Mr. Omer, his Daughter, and Son, Mess Barry, Kensworth, Arthur, Mr.
      Finlay a Messenger and an Express; and Capt. Watts, Mess. Flemming, Persse,
      Edgworth, Galbraith, Mr White a Messenger and Express, arrived in the Hampden
      Packet from said Place.
      MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, John Bateman of Dromulton in the County of
      Kerry, Esq; to the eldest Daughter of William Meredith, of Annaghmore in said
      County, Esq; - Mr. Thomas Wright of Drummonds, to the Daughter of Mr. John
      Armstrong, near Monaghan.- Mr. John Irwin, of Moore in the County of Tyrone, to
      Miss Catherine Hamilton, of Drumglass in said County.- Mr. James Nowlan,
      Brazier, on Ormond-Quay, to Miss Mary Donnelly of Longford.- At Moira in the
      County of Down, Mr. William Mason, an eminent Merchant in Liverpool, to Miss
      Rogers.- Mr. John Kelly, of Francis Street, Tobacconist, to Miss Elinor
      Phillips, of Ormond Quay.
      DEATHS.] In Werburgh-street, deservedly lamented, Miss Ann Finn.- In
      Queen-street, Mr. Francis Reilly, an opulent Grazier of Ballinlough in the
      County of Meath.- Miss Cooke, Daughter of Richard Cook of Cellbridge in the
      County of Kildare, Esq;- At Painstown in the County of Kildare, Mrs. Aylmer,
      Wife of Charles Aylmer, Esq;- On the North Strand, Master Oliver Davis, Son to
      Mr. Richard Davis of Summer-bank, in the County of Meath.- At Croghan, in the
      King's County, in the 90th Year of his Age, Mr. Edw North- At Stephen's-green,
      aged ?0, Mrs. Elizabeth M'Neal- At Chester, Mrs. Folliott.- In
      Mechlenburgh-street, Mr. George Rosco, Manufacturer of Lampblack and Printers
      Ink.The Business is carried on by his Widow.- In Henry-street, Mr. James Hannet.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.