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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Saturday, March 24, 1764 IRELAND Cork, March 19. William Bagnell of Marlhill, in the County of Tipperary, Esq; is appointed one
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Saturday, March 24, 1764

      Cork, March 19. William Bagnell of Marlhill, in the County of Tipperary,
      Esq; is appointed one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for said County.
      Thursday last died at Lohart, near Mallow, Mr. George Brit, aged 115 Years;
      he was the only remaining Protestant of that small Number who bravely opposed
      and defended themselves against King James's Army, under the command of Major
      Slingsby at Six Mile-Water Pound, before the last Siege of this City. He was a
      Native of Yorkshire, in England, had such a great Share of Health and
      Constitution as to attend at his farming Business four Days before his Death,
      and retained his Senses to the last Hour. It's remarkable that he never lost a
      Tooth by Accident or Decay.
      Limerick, March 19. Last Week died greatly lamented, at Corrofin, in the
      County of Clare, the Wife of Mr. Edward Hogan, at Cragmore, Daughter of Charles
      Lysaght, Esq; late of Kilcornan in said County.
      Last Night died at his House in this City, greatly regretted by all his
      Acquaintances, Mr. John Gabbert late of Ballyvorneen.

      As the Election for two Governors of the Workhouse, comes on on Monday
      next; the 20th instant, the Governors who intend voting for George Paul Monk,
      Esq; and Sir Edward Newenham, Knt., are requested to attend there early, as the
      Election will be held exactly at 12 o'Clock.
      Last Monday Sir Randal O'Neil and Frederick Cunningham, Esq; seized 18
      Casks of Tea, which were lodged in the Watch house at Skerries.
      Last Tuesday the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor sent a Man to Bridewell for
      stealing hay off a Country Car; and caused three Loads deficient in Weight, to
      be sold, and the Value disposed of according to Law.
      MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Mr. Lawrence Keeff of Henry-street, Merchant,
      to Miss Forster of Montrath-street.- Thomas Smith of Drumcree, in the County of
      Meath, Esq; to Miss Hutchinson, Daughter of the Rev. Archdeacon Hutchinson of
      Kildare-street.- Coghill Cramer, Esq; to Miss Waring of Digges-street.- Mr.
      Stephen Mari, of the Comb, to Miss Mary Broe, of Cork-bridge.
      DEATHS]- At Mallow, Mr. Michael Creagh, of Corke, Merchant.- In
      Britain-street, the Widow of Dr. Moss.- In Christ-Church-Yard, Mr. Richard
      Browne, formerly an eminent Brewer at Mount Brown near Kilmainham.- In
      Chamber-street, Mr. Joseph Copson, Comber.- In College-street, Mr Bryan M'Cabe,
      Periwigmaker.- In Kevan-street, the Wife of Mr. William Peters.- Suddenly at
      Platten, Granville Graham, Esq.; Brother of John Graham, Esq; - In Wexford the
      Wife of Mr. Robert Devereux Merchant.
      EDWARD GROGAN, at the Corner of Castle-lane in Dame street, being just
      returned from London, has this Day got in great Variety of the newest and most
      fashionable Spring and Summer Silks.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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