New Cork Evening Post, 10 July 1806
|Last Sunday morning, as two young women of the names of MARY M'DANIEL and MARY FITZGERALD, were bathing at the Custom-house quay, Limerick, unacquainted with the situation of the place suddenly passed their depth, and before any assistance could be given, both unfortunately perished. The bodies were taken up a few minutes after, and every effort made to restore animation, but without effect.|
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