August 19, 1845
Armagh, County Armagh
August 3, at Wall-end, Warwickshire, the lady of John Hancock, Esq., of Lurgan, county Armagh, of a son.
August 10, in Enniskillen, Mrs. W. Alexander, of a son.
On the 13th inst., in St. Mark’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev . Mr. O’Meara, Mr. Samuel Lindsay, of William-street, to Lydia Matilda, second daughter of Mr. John Barret, Westmorland-street.
On Tuesday the 12th inst , Thomas Kennedy, of Brackagh, county Tyrone, Esq., aged 43 years. For his steadiness, benevolence, and urbanity of manner, he is most deservedly lamented by a numerous circle of friends, whose only consolation is, that he sleeps with the Lord Jesus, on whom he placed his hope.
On Thursday last, at Belleek, color-sergeant Digby, 5th Fusileers, sincerely regretted by the officers and men of the regiment.
DEATH OF BERNARD
CAVANAGH, THE FASTING
The weather for the past
week has been most favorable for harvest purposes, although a keen
air has prevailed. Reaping has commenced on the Palace farm, and we
understand, in other places throughout the county. The harvest promises
to be most abundant.
PRICE OF BREAD.—The
4lb. loaf is now raised to 8d. in this city.
RIPE OATS AND BARLEY.—The
finest sample of ripe Siberian oats and golden drop barley, we have
ever beheld, have been sent us by Mr. JOHN ALLAN, and grown on the
Palace farm. The barley and oats were
In the case of HEATH a.
HEATH, we understand an appeal has been made by the impugnant to
the Court of Delegates.
| The Leitrim Grand Jury have
presented a complimentary address, with £50, to Robert Stewart,
of Drumderig, farmer, for his gallant repulse of a ribbon gang, who
attacked his house.
CAPTURE OF THREE MOLLY MAGUIRES IN GLEN, COUNTY CAVAN.
Sergeant Gibson, of the Glenfarn station, proceeded to Glen, on the night of the 11th instant, with a strong party of police, and after ranging the mountains for seventeen hours, succeeded in capturing three persons, John and Lawrence Dolan, and John M’Loughlin, together with a large quantity of ammunition, and one of the yeoman muskets taken some time ago by this lawless party. The gun has been registered bearing No. 1334, the above parties were afterward marched to Manorhamilton, where they were examined before N. Loftus Tottenham, Esq., and H. H. Wades, Esq., R.M., who had them committed for trial. N. Loftus Tottenham, Esq., kindly ordered dinner in Gerne’s Commercial Hotel, Manorhamilton, for the constabulary who had been out on this harassing duty.—(From a Correspondent.)
TWELFTH OF AUGUST IN
ARMAGH.—There was no procession or public demonstration held in
this city, or, as far as we have learned, in the county, in
commemoration of this glorious anniversary. Our city was filled with
soldiers, for whom there was not least occasion, nor do we know at
whose instance they were brought here.
will be seen elsewhere, by an extract from the Evening Post of Thursday
last, that the deputation from this city which waited on his Excellency
the Lord Lieutenant, on the subject of obtaining the establishment of a
college in our city, was most favorably and auspiciously resolved.
(From our Enniskillen Correspondent.)
NEW BARRACKS AT BELLEEK.—A new barracks is immediately to be built at Belleek, in this county, by order of government. Our respected townsman, Mr. ROBERT GLEGG, has become contractor.
THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.—During the past week the weather was very favorable ; but on Sunday a sudden change came, and the rain fell in torrents. In almost every part of this neighbourhood complaints are prevalent about the rot in the potato crop. It is thought that the wheat and oat crop will be very productive.
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