Impartial Occurrences
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Sat., 26 May 1705

[Killed in Spain] Brigadier CUNNINGHAMS; Coll. PEPPER; Lieutenant BROWN.
Lord PORTMORE's Regiment: Lieut. DUNBOIGH, Capt. COULLOAM in Coll.
DUNCANSON's Regiment. In Coll. BRUNDENAL's Regiment, Capt. FLETCHER, Lieut.

A soldier firing his piece, which being charged with ball, shot one MORRIS,
a Cole Merchant, of which he is since dead.

One DENISON was this day hanged and quartered for barbarously murdering his

Yesterday morning BALF the notorious robber was killed at Dunshaglon by one
JENNINGS whose house he was robbing.

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