!!Freeman Journal; Mar 27, 1764
- Freeman Journal
Tuesday, March 27, 1764
By Letters from the Frontier we learn, that the Irish Settlers who came over
last Year are in great Distress, the People round them have left their
Settlements, but they cannot do the same, because they have neither Horses nor
Waggons to remove their Children and Provisions, and have neither Fire-Arms nor
Ammunition to defend themselves; they have applied to Mr. Mayson, at Ninety-Six,
beseeching him to fetch them away.
MARRIED.] A few Days ago, Annesly Derinzey of Co. of Wexford, Esq; to Miss
King, Daughter of Mr. Samuel King of Baltinglass in the Co. of Wicklow.
DEATHS.] In Cut-Purse-Row, Mr. William Carr an eminent Cutler, one of the
Common Council of this City, for the Cutlers &c. Corporation, a Man of an
unblemished Character, both in public and private Life.- At Ballintubber, the
Revd. William Meade, D.D., late of Corke.- At Dundalk, Mr. John Concannon, an
eminent Grazier.- In Sackville-street, Miss Anne Burton, Daughter of the Right
Hon., Benjamin Burton, Esq.
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
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