Thursday, August 18, 1764
Last Friday, an Adjournment of the Quarter Sessions for the City of
Dublin, was held at the Tholsel, when Cormick Murphy, Mary Duffy, Bridget
Rathgan, and John Shaughnassy, were tried and found guilty of different
Felonies, and ordered for Transportation; and Judith Corrogan was also tried
and found guilty of Felony, and burnt in the Hand; after which the Court
adjourned to Friday next.
Last Monday, Michael Cosgrave, Michael Rigney, and John Higgins, who
were to be executed on the 15th of September next, for Robbery, were
reprieved on Condition of Transportation.
MARRIAGES] A few Days ago, Mr. Kennedy to Miss Frances Fergus, Daughter
of the late Dr. John Fergus. - In Meath-street, Mr. Ephraim Bewly, to Miss
Polly English. - Mr. John Archbold, of Grafton-street, to the agreeable
Widow Owens, fo the Walsh's Head in Smock-alley. - Mr. Simon Fleming,
Merchant, in Phrapper-lane, to Miss Custis, of Fither's lane. - Mr .Thomas
Grumley, of Elbow-lane, Clothier, to Miss Carpenter, of the County of Meath.
DEATHS] A few Days ago, in Digges's-street, the Relict of Daniel Brown,
Esq; of Riverstown in the King's County. - In College-green, the Widow
Bamburt, an eminent Grocer. - In Chancery-Lane, John Onge, Esq; Counsellor
at Law, a Gentleman whose Death is greatly lamented. - At his A???? on the
Batchelor's-quay, Mr. Oliver Bird, Merchant.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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