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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman s Journal Dublin, Ireland Dec. 1, 1764 DUBLIN A few Days ago a Master Smith went to a Distillery in Britain-street to buy some Whiskey, and trying
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      Freeman's Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Dec. 1, 1764

      DUBLIN
      A few Days ago a Master Smith went to a Distillery in Britain-street to buy
      some Whiskey, and trying whether it was proof, having a Candle in his Hand, one
      of the Workmen came behind him, took off his Wig, and threw some Spirits on his
      Head, which communicating to the Candle set Fire to his Face and the Top of his
      Head, and burned him in a shocking Manner. He has since swore against the Man,
      who it is to be hoped may meet with the Reward of his Barbarity.
      Nov. 23] At Night three Footpads attacked a poor Man at the End of
      Water-row, on Ormond Quay; they almost choaked him with his Handkerchief, to
      prevent his crying out, then robbed him of about four Shillings and half a Leg
      of Mutton, after which they inhumanly threw him down the Steps (opposite to the
      Row) into the Liffey.
      MARRIED] A few Days ago at Clonard, Patrick Allen of Rock, in the county of
      Westmeath, Esq; to the Widow Brewton, of Brackagh in the County of Kildare; and
      Mr. Edward Forster, to the Widow Black. -- Mr. Thomas Glanning, Skinner in
      Wartling-street, to Miss Reed of Kilcock.-- Mr. Robert Estor, Merchant, of
      Strabane, in the County of Tyrone, to Miss Letitia Nesbit, of the same Place.--
      John Bickerstaff, of Newtonforbes in the County of Longford, to Miss Teresa
      Mannypenny, of Aaron-quay.-- In Wexford, Capt. William Harrison of Bristol, to
      Miss Radford of that Town.-- Henry Irwin of Tamnamony in the County of
      Londonderry, Esq; to Miss Phebe Oulton, only Daughter of Walley Oulton of
      Clonlee, in the Co. of Westmeath, Esq;
      DIED.] A few Days ago, Mr. Gabriel Clark, Cashkeeper to Mr. John Pim
      Joshua, a Man esteemed by all who knew him.-- At Birr, aged 101 Years, Mr.
      Matthew Hubett.-- Near Birr, the Wife of Matthew Yelverton, Esq; -- At Corke,
      Robert Hoare, Esq; Town Clerk.-- At Middletown, Miss Whitefield, Aunt to the
      Rev. Dean Chinnery.-- In Crampton-Court, Mr. Charles Leslie.-- In College-Green,
      Mr. John Stoyte, an eminent Master Taylor.-- At Dungannon in the County of
      Tyrone, of a lingering Illness, William M'Iver, M.D., a Gentleman of great Skill
      in his Profession.-- At Stephen's Green, Edmond Leslie Corry, Esq; one of the
      Representatives in Parliament for the Borough of Newtonlimavady.-- In the Lower
      Castle-Yard, deservedly lamented, Mr. James Lyons, formerly an eminent
      Shoemaker; a Man of an unblemished Character.-- Mrs. Margaret Corker, a Maiden
      Lady of the most exemplary Piety and Charity, and Sister to the late worthy and
      renowned Patriot, Col. Edward Corker, of Ballimsloe in the Co. of Corke.

      FRANCIS PARVISOL, who obtained several Premiums from the Hon. the Dublin
      Society, removed from Skinner-row to the West Side of Parliament-street, next
      House but one to Cork-hill, has opened a Hat Ware-House, where he manufactures
      as usual, and sells all Kinds of Clergymens, Gentlemens, and Ladies Hats, which
      are equal in every Respect to any imported; having since his Commencement in
      Trade, used his utmost Efforts to excel in his Business, he humbly apprehends he
      has so far succeeded, as not at this Day to require an Advertisement, did not
      his Removal make it necessary. He has employed several of the best Hands for
      manufacturing and cocking, and having settled a Correspondence in London, he
      will be constantly supplied with the newest Fashions; he has also furnished
      himself with a great variety of Feathers for Ladies Hats, which he will sell for
      the smallest Profit; He begs Leave to return his sincere Thanks to the Nobility,
      Gentry and others, who have hitherto honoured him with their Commands, and hopes
      by his unwearied Endeavours, to merit a Continuance of their Favour.-- N.B. As
      he imports all his own Materials he will be enabled to give great Encouragement
      to those who buy to sell again.

      MICHAEL CORMICK,
      GOLDSMITH and JEWELLER.
      WHO served his Apprenticeship to the late Mr. William Walsh, of Christ
      Church-yard, Dublin; and carried on Business for some Time past in said Yard,
      has removed to the West Side of Parliament-street, next Door to Mr. Savage's,
      and has always ready for Sale, great Variety of wrought Plate, Cha?ed and Plain
      of his own Manufacture, and executed in the Newest Taste; variety of Diamond and
      other Rings, and all Sorts of Goldsmiths and Jewellers Work, with Gold, Silver,
      and Pinchbeck Watches. He returns his most grateful Acknowledgments to the
      Nobility and Gentry, his Friends and the Publick, for their kind Encouragement
      since his Commencement in Business, and hopes by Selling at the very lowest
      Prices, to merit a Continuance of the Favour he has already so much Experienced.
      N.B. He gives the highest Prices for old Watches, Jewels, Gold, Silver, or
      Lace; and has several Pieces of good second hand Plate, which he will sell very
      Reasonable.

      FOR LONDON
      THE SUCCESS, Thomas Dunn, Commander, now taking in Goods at the
      Batchelor's-walk, will sail the 10th of December next. As he takes in
      Provisions, she can't stay one Day longer. For Freight apply to the Captain, on
      the Custom-house-quay, or Alexander Montgomery and Son.

      JOHN SEATON, Grocer,
      (Formerly of Strand-street),
      BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends and the Publick, that he now carries on the
      Grocery Business, by Wholesale and Retail, on Ormond-quay, four Doors from
      Jervis-street, where he hopes for the Interest of his Friends and former
      Customers.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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