!! Freeman Journal; Apr 7, 1764
- Freeman Journal
Saturday, April 7, 1764
Limerick, April 2. Last Wednesday died Mr. Jeremiah Carter,
Woollen-draper.-- Saturday last at Riddlestown, Mrs. Blenerhassett, Wife of
Gerald Blenerhasset, Esq; universally lamented for her many Virtues.- At Ennis
Mr. Thomas Lucas Merchant.
Corke, April 2. This Morning the first Division of Col. Carr's Regiment,
marched from hence for Dublin.
Tuesday the 22d ult. was married at Clonakilty Church, Newman White, of
Castle-White, Esq; to Miss Mary Hungerford, eldest Daughter of Richard
Hungerford, of Foxhall, Esq;
MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Mr. Dominick M'Donough, Hair Dresser, to Miss
Mary Neile, of Cook-street.- Mr. James Field, of Francis-street, to Miss Fullum
of Kilmainham.- Mr. Michael Morgan to Miss Diana Cusack, of Meyler's-Alley.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, Mr. John Franklin, Shoemaker.- At Wexford, in an
advanced Age, the Relict of a Mr. Eustace, most deservedly regretted.- At said
Place, of a Consumption, Amyas Griffith Gent. well known in this Kingdom, by his
poetical and satirical Productions.- In Clarendon-street, Mrs. Deane, Wife of
Joseph Deane, of Terenure, Esq;- In the 14th Year of her Age, Miss Bridget
Blake, eldest Daughter of Mr. Richard Blake, Merchant on Usher's-quay.- In
Mercer's Hospital a poor Old Man: His Death was occasioned by a violent Blow he
received a few Days ago from a Villain on Temple Bar, by which one of his Legs
was broke. The Coroner's Inquest sat on the Body, and brought in their Verdict
wilful Murder.- On Temple-bar, the Wife of Mr. Parks, Peruke-maker.
THE PROVIDENCE, Johy Mayne, Master, now taking in Goods at the Batchelor's
Walk will sail the 15th Day of May (full or not full) Wind and Weather
permitting. Whoever has Goods to ship, may apply to the Custom-house-Quay at the
usual Hours, or of Alexander Montgomery's and Son.
TO BE LETT,
A House at Newport on Miltown Road, (with or without Stable) two Rooms and
a Closet on each Floor; a Street and a back Kitchen with Pantries, a large
flagged Yard, with a Pump and Coal hole; a Garden about one hundred and thirty
Feet long, walled in and planted with Wall Fruit. The whole in excellent Repair,
with Locks, Grates, and Chimney Pieces; the Rooms are all papered and Beh hung;
it is ready for immediate Reception of a Tennant. For Situation, Prospect and
Air, there are few Houses within the like Distance from Town, (not being above
half an Hours Walk from any Part) more convenient for a Citizen. For further
Particulars, enquire of Mr. William Grant, at the third House above the Swan, on
Cathy Joynt Labath
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