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Clare Journal Sept 6 1858
Birth
September the 3rd, at Larch Hill, this county, the wife of Charles Armstrong, Esq., J.P., of a son.

Marriage
In Athy Church, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Charles Ward, Vicar of Kilmaley, assisted by the Rev. H. P. Macdonald, Thomas Pilkington, Esq., Water-park, this county, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Alfred Haughton, Esq., Adreigh, Co. Kildare.

Death
On Sunday last, at Cratloe, Anne, the beloved wife of Mr. Patrick Ryan, and daughter of Mr. Lewis Foley, of Inchilaurence.

Clare Freeman 18 Sept 1858

Marriage
On the 7th inst., at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Charles Fitzgerald, of Clondegad Glebe, Ennis, father of the bridegroon, Michael Fitzgerald, Esq., to Henrietta Susan, youngest daughter of the late Richard Coplen Langford, Vicar of Kilfarboy, county Clare.

The Rev. Michael Quinlivan, lately R.C. Administrater of Newmarket-on-Fergus, has been removed to Kilmacduane, and is succeeded by the Right Rev. Dr. Flannery, lately appointed R.C. Coadjutor Bishop of the diocese. The parishioners of Newmarket are about presenting an address and testimonial to Rev. Quinlan on his removal.


Clare Journal Sept 23 1858
Marriage
On Tuesday, the 21st instant, at St. Patrick's Church, Parteen, by the Right Rev. Dr. Fallon, R. C. Bishop of Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora, assisted by the Rev. Wm. Bourke, P.P., St. John's, uncle of the bride, the Rev. Daniel O'Connor, D.D., Thomas Greene, Esq., Ennis, to Honoria, eldest daughter of John MacDonnell, Esq., J.P., Fairy-hill, in this county. The ships in harbour belonging to Mr. McDonnell displayed their gayest flags in rejoicing for the happy event.

Deaths
On the 19th instant, at Ennis, of erysipelas in the head, Ester Elizabeth Phebe Heard, the beloved wife of A. N. H. Heard, Esq., Sub-Inspector of Constabulary, and second daughter of the late Eustace Stawell, Esq., of Coalmain, county Cork, leaving an afflicted husband and seven sons to deplore her loss.

On Tuesday morning, of croup, Louisa Mary, aged three years and two months, the beloved daughter of George Lysaght, Esq., of Cappa House, in this county.

Clare Freeman 25 Sept 1858

To Be Let
...... The Townland of Ballea west, containing 188a 2r 8p and part of the lands of Ballea Middle, containing 80a both Irish Plantation measure. .... Parish of Inagh ....
Application in writing to be directed to P. Reilly, Moher Lodge, Ennistymon.

Ennis Union
The Board of Guardians ....... John Cotter, Clerk of the Union ...

Corofin Union
Sir Colman O'Loughlin, Bart., and Mr. Pat Shannon attended .....

Ennistymon Petty Sessions
On the Bench - The Venerable Archdeacon Whitty.
T. Trant, Esq., S.I., was also present.
Norry Wilson summoned Bridget Duffy, Bridget Fitzpatrick and Mary O'Loughlin, for assaulting the complainant .....
Two boys named Tooney and Quin were summoned .... fighting ...

Newmarket Petty Sessions
Magistrates Present - Capt. Studdert, H. P. Hickman, Thomas McMahon, Matthew Canny, Esqs.
Head Constable Campbell against Mathias Finucane ......
Pat McMahon summoned Patrick Cusack ....
James Meade summoned Simon O'Donoghue, .....

Broadford Petty Sessions
Magistrates Present - W. Bently, and W. O'Hara, R.M., Esqs.
Thomas Arthur, Esq., v Michael Connell ....
Denis Leaney summoned James Doyle .....

Corofin Petty Sessions
Edward Wm. Burton, Esq., in the Chair.
Martin Donohue against Patrick Flanagan for trespass. ....
John Curtin against John W. Kelly Esq., Drainage Engineer, for wages 2 10s. Mr. Molony (solicitor) appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Hynes for defendant. Curtin was employed as a watchman to take care of the implements on the drainage works at the bridge of Corofin ....... Mr. Kelly's steward (Considine) ......

Borough Court
Magistrates Presiding - Michael Kerin and Francis N. Keane, Esqs.
Thomas Walsh ........ Surveyor of the Borough ....... the house formerly occupied by Lawrence O'Kearney, in Mill Street, should be taken down .... unless the landlord Mr. Philip O'Donnell) ......

Accident - On Sunday evening last as Mr. Jonas Studdert, J.P., Mr. John O'Donnell, and Miss Morgan were driving through Ennistymon on a sidecar ....... overthrown in the square opposite Mr. O'Brien's house .....

Fatal Accident - On Monday last, a man named Patrick Corbett, returning from the fair of Tubber, stopped to take dinner at a house in Crusheen ..... choked ......


To Be Sold
The Profit Rent arising out of the House in Mill Street, Ennis, now let to Mr. James Mulqueeny, Baker, at 30 a year, for two lives aged 47 and 65.
The House in Bow Lane occupied by Mr. William Carroll, Builder, held under lease for ever, at the rent of 4 12s 4d.
Tenders for the above will be received until the 1st of October next, by Wm. B. Burne, Esq., St. Leonard's Villa, near Exeter, when the purchaser will be declared.
August, 1858.

For the Best and Cheapest
Stock of Dublin
Boots and Shoes
In The County of Clare, Go to
J. MELVILLE'S
Market Square, Kilrush
An in-door Apprentice wanted - A fee required.

Marriages
    
At Chuckland Church, Sussex, Thomas S. MacAdam, Esq., of Blackwater, county Clare, and Major in the 3rd West York Militia, to Ellen, daughter of the late Captain Preston, R.N., of Borde-hill, county of Sussex.
     On Tuesday, the 21st inst., at St. Patrick's Church, Parteen, by the Right Rev. Dr. Fallon, R.C. Bishop of Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora, assisted by the Rev. William Bourke, P.P., St. John's, uncle of the bride, and Rev. Daniel O'Connor, D.D., Thomas Greene, Esq., Ennis, to Honoria, eldest daughter of John McDonnell, Esq., J.P., Fairy-hill, county Clare. The ships in harbour belonging to Mr. McDonnell displayed their gayest flags in rejoicing for the happy event.
     On Tuesday last in Ennistymon, Constable Patrick McDermot to Miss Bridge Carrigg, daughter of Mr. Austin Carrig, Ennistymon.

Death
     On the 19th instant, at Ennis, of erysipelas in the head, Ester Elizabeth Phebe Heard, the beloved wife of A. N. H. Heard, Esq., Sub-Inspector of Constabulary, and second daughter of the late Eustace Stawell, Esq., of Coolmain, county Cork, leaving an afflicted husband and seven sons to deplore her loss.
     On Tuesday morning, of croup, Louisa Mary, aged three years and two months, the beloved daughter of George Lysaght, Esq., of Cappa House, in this county.


Submitted by Declan Barron


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