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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    The Shamrock New York, New York Saturday, Feb. 2, 1811 The Hon. Colonel Foster, son of our worthy Chancellor of the Exchequer, is about to receive the hand of
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      The Shamrock
      New York, New York
      Saturday, Feb. 2, 1811

      The Hon. Colonel Foster, son of our worthy Chancellor of the Exchequer, is
      about to receive the hand of Miss Skeffington, of Belfast, who is heiress of the
      whole of the Massareene estates in Ireland.

      Late Deaths in Ireland (and Elsewhere).

      Deaths at Londonderry,
      Captain Mohan, Mr. James Bulger, Mr. Dennis M'Bride.

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      The Shamrock
      New York, New York
      Saturday, Feb. 9, 1811

      Late Marriages in Ireland.

      Anthony Blake (of Dublin) to Mrs. Fawcett.

      Dudley Fitzgerald Passey, Esq., (of Dublin) to Miss E. Fitzgerald.

      At Caerwert, near Clepstow, Mr. James Price, aged 22, to Mrs. Bullock, a widow
      on the shady side of 82. On their return from the church, the road was strewed
      with burdock head, rues, box, nettles, and other herbs, symbolic of their
      expected connubial harmony. The damsel weighs one hundred and eighty pounds, and
      has five hundred and eighty charms which the enamoured youth could not
      withstand.

      Late Deaths in Ireland (and Elsewhere).

      Mrs. Jane Gibson, wife of Mr. R. Gibson, late proprietor of the Hibernian
      Magazine.

      Mrs. F. Smith, of Charlemont-Street, Dublin.

      Peter Lynch, Esq., aged 81 years, of Moate, county of Mayo.
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      The Shamrock
      New York, New York
      Saturday, Feb. 16, 1811

      Late Marriages in Ireland.

      William Henry Gerrard, of the Royal Navy to Miss Sarah Milne, of Anne-street,
      Dublin.

      Captain Butler, of his Majesty's 4th Dragoon Guards, to Miss Carden, daughter to
      Sir John Craven Carden, bart, Templemore, co. Tipperary.

      Mr. Mathew Bell, to Miss Sarah Crooks, of Clogher

      At Melville, the Rev. James Johnston, of Coalisland, to Miss Ann Blake, of
      Newry.

      Mr. Andrew Lowry, to Miss Henry, both of Lisbarnet, parish of Killinchy.

      Mr. Robert Wightman, of Drumbrae, to Miss Carley, of the same place.

      In Westmoreland-street, Dublin, at her father's lodgings, Miss Ann Butler
      Stevenson, second daughter of Sir John Stevenson, to Gustavio Lambert, esq, of
      Beaupark, co. Meath.

      Late Deaths in Ireland (and Elsewhere).

      In Waterford, the Rev. J. Dickson.

      At Belfast, Mr Hugh Kirk.

      Mrs. Carson, relict of the late Mr. James Carson, of the Grove, aged 85 years.

      Samuel Hood, Esq., many years acting Examiner of Excise.

      In Meath-street, Mrs. Kenny, aged 26.

      Died on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock of consumption, in the 31st year of his
      age, Mr. Ignatius Redmond, of this city, a native of Ireland, descended from a
      most respectable family.
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      The Shamrock
      New York, New York
      Saturday, Feb. 23, 1811

      Late Marriages in Ireland.

      In St. Mark's Church, Matthew Willock, Esq, of his Majesty's 103rd regt. to the
      lovely and fascinating Miss Frances Matilda Bourne, second daughter of the late
      John Edward Bourne, of Dunkerrin in the King's county.

      Henry Portland, esq, of New Bridge, county Kildare, to Miss Manly, daughter of
      Thomas Manly, esq, of Tullamore, King's county.

      E.J. Erwin, esq, of Leabeg, co. Roscommon, to Miss C. Farrell, daughter of the
      late R. Farrell, esq, of Corker, in said county.
      Late Deaths in Ireland (and Elsewhere).

      On Merchant's Quay, Waterford, Mrs. Isabella Hammond, relict of Wm. Hammond,
      late of Coolmacapogue, in the 89th year of her age.

      In Camden-street, in Dublin, Edward Hayes, Surgeon.

      Near Ennstymen, County Clare, at the age of 84, the renowned sage and valiant
      Ignatius Nealon, M.D., the father of the county Clare Faculty, and the last
      surviving pupil of the old Esculapian school, who could 'crack a whip, feel a
      pulse, and take a leap with any man.'


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