IRELAND OLD NEWS
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, March 2, 1773
Galway, Feb. 18.
Captain Morgan of the sloop of war Hunter died Sunday before Tuesday last.
Patrick Smith, parish of Killesher, Diocese of Kilmore and Samuel Taylor, Tulla, Co. Clare, converts to the Church of Ireland.
_____ Thompson, a poor farmer of near Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, was shot and killed returning home with his bride.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, March 5, 1773
The business of the late George Gordon is to be continued by his son, Gardner Gordon.
Ship Hannah, 40 tons, Capt. James Mitchell, to sail Apr. 10 for Newcastle and Philadelphia.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, March 9, 1773
Ship Walworth, Capt. Connolly M'Causland, 300 tons, to sail Apr. 6 for Newcastle and Philadelphia.
Ship Jupiter, 300 tons, Alexander Ewing, for same on 20 April.
Ship Betty, 250 tons, Richard Hunter, for Baltimore on March 19.
The executors of Thomas Moore, deceased, to let (at the house of Mr. Lepper at Three Trees) the lands that John Quigley of Clenally formerly possessed in Glentaugher, held under William M'Ilwaine of Lisfanan.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, March 12, 1773
The Alexander, James Hunter, 400 tons, to sail April 15 for Newcastle and Philadelphia; not six months old, at least six feet high between decks, and at all points calculated for the accommodation of passengers, redemptioners, or servants; Robert Alexander, owner.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, March 16, 1773
Robert Gibson of Portaferry was washed overboard from the Acorn on Dec. 26.
Died: in Grafton st., Dublin, George Harvey, of Maulin hall, County Donegal.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, March 19, 1773
Died: a few days ago, John Harrison, at his house near Culmore; this morning, Mrs. Jonathan Nicolls, wife of one of the city sheriffs.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, March 23, 1773
Dublin, Mar. 20.
Thursday night the Richard of Corke, from the West Indies, ran on a bank and sank; all were lost except one sailor, including the master, Dennis Twohigg.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, March 26, 1773
Died: Sunday, Lt. Agnew of Prussia st.
Cleared out, the Friendship, M'Culloch, for Philadelphia, with beef, etc.
Died, a few days ago at Strabane, Mrs. Ingram, wife of Rev. Ingram, daughter of Mr. Porter, post-master of Strabane.
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