IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal Feb 2 1818
Yesterday evening, of a typhus fever, aged sixteen, the eldest daughter of Mr. James Gallery of Mill Street. - The premature dissolution of this young and interesting girl is a source of the deepest affliction to her parents, and of general public sympathy - but a few days since we announced the death of the eldest son of Mr. Gallery on his return from London, where he nearly completed a course of surgical studies, and the fatal issue of the disease may, in a great measure, be attributed to her affliction for his untimely demise.
Clare Journal Feb 5 1818 Thurs
On Tuesday last, Mr. M. McMahon of Kildysert, to Bridget, daughter of Mr. Stephen Cunningham of Aylerue, in this county.
Clare Journal Feb 9 1818
To be Let
in the Parish of Phenagh
One mile from Sixmilebridge
.... an orchard in full bearing ...
Proposals to Mrs. Spaight, Grafton Street, Dublin, Francis Morice, Esq., Sixmilebridge and Mrs. Faircloth, Ennis.
Clare Journal Feb 23 1818
... appointed as replevengers ....
Thomas Studdert, Jnr., Bunratty.
Thomsas Morony, Snr., Miltown House.
Andrew Welsh, Newtown.
John Lucas, Kilrush.
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