The Armagh Guardian
September 30, 1845
Armagh, County Armagh

  On the 22d instant, at Newtownhamilton, the lady of Henry R. Barker, Esq., Solicitor, of a daughter.
  September 23, at No. 2, Upper Brook-street, the Hon. Lady Brooke, of a son.
  September 24, at Rutland square, Dublin, the lady of Dr. White, Inspector General of Prisons, of a son. 

  On the 18th inst., at Acton Church, by the father of the bride, M. Fleming Handy Esq., of new New Haggard Cottage, in the County of Meath, to Isabella Sarah, daughter of the Rev. H. Gamble, of Drumnargoole-house, county Armagh.
  In Rossory Church, on Monday last, by the Rev. J. Taylor, Dr. A. Nixon, of Willoughby Place, Enniskillen, to Matilda Susanna, only daughter of Capt. Stewart of same place. 

  On the 15th inst. at Rostrevor, at an advanced age, deeply regretted, Constantia, relict of William Blacker Bennett, of Castlerea, in the county of Limerick, Esq.
  September 20, at Bath, aged 38 years, Mrs. Elizabeth Close, last surviving sister of the late Sir Barry Close, and of the late Rev. Samuel Close, of Elmpark, county Armagh.
  September 21, at Bundoran, where he had gone for the benefit of his health, Alexander Hassard, Esq., J.P., and formerly captain in the Inniskilling dragoons. He was a brave and distinguished officer, and an upright magistrate.
  September 20, in his 64th year, Hugh Mulreany, Esq., of Mountcharles.
  September 25, at his residence, Summer-hill-parade, Dublin, aged 65 years, Marmaduke J. Richardson, Esq., formerly a Lieutenant in her Majesty’s Rothsay and Caithness Regiment, and youngest son of John Richardson, of Furlough House, county Tyrone, Esq., deceased, sometime High Sheriff of that county, and Captain of the Dungannon Volunteers.
  On Wednesday, the 17th instant, at Dunleer, universally regretted, Arlminte Sophia, the beloved wife of H. M. Blackwell, Esq., M. D.
  In Dublin, Robert Haig, Esq., of Dodderbank.
  At his residence, in Omagh, after a protracted illness, Mr. C. W. Klophel, aged 65, Professor of Music, and formerly Master of the band in H. M. 50th Regiment of Foot.
  DEATH OF THE REV. JOHN FITZGERALD.—This respected minister died suddenly on Monday morning at Tullybracky Rectory, in this county, of effusion of water on the chest.—Limerick Chronicle.

    INQUEST.—On Friday last, GEORGE HENRY, Esq., held an inquest on the body of a man named M’ENALLY, who died in Chapel-lane the day previous. It appeared that the deceased was for the last few years in a state of extreme poverty, and had led a sort of vagrant life, having no fixed place of abode.—He obtained a lodging in a house in Chapel-lane the night previous to the day on which he died. The inmates of the lodging house, on learning that he had Typhus Fever, immediately expelled him, and he lay for some time in the open street. As soon as Head Constable LODGE got information of the circumstance, he had the sufferer removed to an empty house, where Dr. LESLIE was in immediate attendance and made every exertion to afford relief; but he died about an hour and a half after his removal. A verdict was returned to the effect that death was caused by disease, and not from exposure in the open air.  


     DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE.—We regret to hear that a disease, epidemic in its nature, and fatal in its results, has broken out amongst cattle in the vicinity of Charlemont and Moy. In flammation is its principal characteristic, and its progress is so rapid as in most cases to render impotent the skill of the veterinary.  


     A man named FLANAGAN, has been committed to Armagh gaol, for the manslaughter of a person named CONTREY, near Tandragee.  


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