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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Freeman Journal Dublin, Ireland Tuesday, July 10, 1764 Last Sunday, Mr. Richards went in Company with Capt. Causier to take the Soundings of the Bay and Coast
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      Freeman Journal
      Dublin, Ireland
      Tuesday, July 10, 1764

      Last Sunday, Mr. Richards went in Company with Capt. Causier to take the
      Soundings of the Bay and Coast and to ascertain the Position of the Banks and
      Shoals, which they are enabled to do with greater Accuracy, than any Thing of
      the Kind has been done, with the Help of the Marine Theodelite, an Instrument
      invented by Mr. Richards for that Purpose.
      Yesterday, Alexander Nesbitt Gent was admitted, one of the Attorneys of is
      Majesty's Court of Kings-Bench.
      Sir Compton Domvile, Bart, Mrs. Howard, and Family, the Revd. Dr. Fletcher
      and Family and a large Cargo of Linen, sailed for Parkgate in the Lively
      Williams.
      Last Saturday, Daniel Theophilus Morris, Hugh Carleton, Remergius Lennon,
      Barry Yelverston, and Francis Warren Bonham, Esqs., were admitted and sworn
      Barristers at Law.
      DEATHS.] A few Days ago in Bride-Street, Mr. Robert Blakely.- In Longford,
      greatly lamented, the Wife of Mr. Thor Kensly.---In Arundel-Court, aged 85, the
      Widow Barber.--- At Dangin in the County of Galway, aged 83, Mr. Dominick
      Lynch.--At Cornamady in the Co. of Westmeath, Mr. John Collins.---In
      Abby-street, the Revd. Mr. Vincent, Rector of Donoghmore in the Diocese of Arms,
      h.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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