Freeman Journal; June 9, 1764
- Freeman Journal
Saturday, June 9, 1764
Limerick, May 31. Last Week Mr. _____ Kean of the County of Limerick, was
married to the Daughter of Mr. William Harding. And Mr. John Caster to the
agreeable Miss Wakely.
Cork, June 3. Saturday last arrived the Sally of Cork, Captain Goold from
Bourdeaux, who, on the 26th Ult. in the Latitude of 50, North, Lon, 10, 11.
West, of the Meridian of London, spoke with the Britannia of London, Captain
George Massam, from Jamaica homeward bound. Captain Massam was in great
Distress, being eleven Weeks out, three Weeks without Bread, and his Ship leaky;
but Captain Goold kindly supplied him with Bread, Peas, and what Necessaries he
could spare before they parted.
DEATHS. Last Tuesday in Sunday's-well-lane, in the 104th Year of his Age,
Dennis Swiney, Labourer. He lived several Years in that Neighbourhood, and
supported on in Industry, until a short Time before his Death, which came on by
slow Degrees. -- Saturday near North Gate, Mr. John Neale, Shoe-Maker, in the
95th Year of his Age. He retained all his Senses, and was capable of working at
his Trade to the Last.
Thirty Pounds of Tea, seized by Mr. Morgan, were lodged in the Custom-house
Last Wednesday died at his House in Michael's-lane, Mr. William Gilloway,
We hear from London that Michael Sampson, who forged a bill of Exchange on
Mess. Saldero and Company, is ordered for Execution on the 6th Instant.
The Rev. Dr. Percival is collared by the Archbishop of Dublin, to be
Prebend of Castleknock and Vicarage of Chapelizod, void by the Death of Dr.
Last Monday, being the Anniversary of his Majesty's Birth-Day, the Right Hon.
Nathanel Clements, in his accustomed Loyalty and Liberality, concluded the
Evening with a sumptuous Entertainment to the Nobility and Gentry at his Lodge
in the Phoenix Park. The Populace were regaled in the Lawn with Liquors, &c.
Died, a few days ago in Cook-street, Mrs. Boylan, Widow of the late Mr.
Boylan, Baker.-- At Wexford, Mr. Thomas Keneselagh, Postmaster of that Town.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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