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!! Freeman's Journal; Dec 26, 1764

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman s Journal Dublin, Ireland Dec. 26, 1764 DUBLIN Godfrey Leonard, of Rusheen in the County of Kerry, Gent. has had a Commission granted him as a Master
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      Freeman's Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Dec. 26, 1764

      DUBLIN
      Godfrey Leonard, of Rusheen in the County of Kerry, Gent. has had a
      Commission granted him as a Master Extraordinary for taking Affidavits in his
      Majesty's High Court of Chancery, King's Bench, and Exchequer.
      Francis Price, Esq; Representative in Parliament for the Borough of
      Lisburn, is appointed Collector of the Port and District of Strangford, in the
      Room of Hugh Hill, Esq; promoted to the Collection of Londonderry.
      A Ship, Capt. Hogan, Master, bound from London, to Dublin, laden with
      Merchants Goods, was cast away going into Waterford and all the Crew lost.
      By Letters from Wicklow of the 19th Instant, we have an Account, that three
      Brothers, named Meaghan, lately committed to the Goal of that County, by William
      Fairbrother, of Foxhall, Esq; for several Robberies, had concerted Measures,
      with some Accomplices, for their Escape, which being discovered, was prevented;
      they intended, on their Escape, to have robbed and murdered Mr. Fairbrother, and
      to have robbed others in his Neighbourhood. Diligent Search is making for their
      Accomplices.
      Francis Vesey, Esq; is appointed a Master in Chancery, in the Room of
      William Austen, Esq; deceased.
      Some Fellows employed by the Widow Turner, Ironmonger in Dame-street, were
      detected in stealing upwards of 30s. worth of Nails and committed to Newgate.
      21] A considerable Quantity of Pewter, Laces, and Haberdashery by Mr.
      Trumble, were lodged in his Majesty's Stores.
      An Adjournment of the Quarter-Sessions, for the City of Dublin, was held at
      the Tholsel when Patrick Crilly, John Shanly, and Mary Whitty were tried and
      found Guilty of Felony, and ordered for Transportation.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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