Hibernian Chronicle, 18 October 1770
|CATHERINE HIGGINS, Distiller, in Cove Lane, outside Southgate, Cork, takes this method of informing her friends and the public that she continues to distill all sorts of malt and melasses [sic] spirits, little inferior to foreign; rasberry brandy, whiskey shrub, anniseed water, wormwood water, hot surfeit water, usquebagh [whiskey], with all kinds of cold waters, all of which she will sell on the lowest terms, and will give great encouragment to those who buy for sale. She returns her grateful acknowledgements to all her customers and requests a continuance of their favours, who, with all others, may depend on being well used.|
|Captain Ahern to Miss Riordan dau of Capt. Riordan of the Sand Quay.|
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