Cork, Aug. 27. William Austin of
Waterfall, Esq; is appointed one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the
County of Cork, and was this Day sworn into Office.
The Produce of the Benefactions
together with the Plays, for the eight Orphans of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eaton,
of Ormond Market, who were killed at Crow-street Theatre some Time ago, amounts
to 557l. 15s. 2d.
MARRIAGES.] Last Week Captain Ball, of Exeter, was married to the agreeable Miss Finlay of Watermount in the County of Meath.--Mr. James Gibson, of Nangor, in the County of Dublin, to Miss Grace Hempenstall.-- Thomas Phepoe, Esq; to Miss Elizabeth Carter, of Knockmask, in the County of Meath.-- Mr. William Graham, of the County of Fermanagh, to Miss Noble, of Donagh, in said County.--The Rev. Mr. Thos. Hastings, R gifter of the Diocese of Clogher, to the Widow of the late Joseph Wright, Esq; of Gola, in the County of Monaghan.--Mr. Joseph Piercy, of Brown-street, Clothier, to Miss Power, of Essex-street.--Mr. Daniel Lawler of Britain-street, to Miss Jenny Martin of Jervais-street.-- Mr. Pat Morrice was married to Mrs. Anne Baily.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, at Killegordon in the County of Donegal, John Niely, Esq;--In Mary's -lane, Cuthbert Brown, Gent. Barrack Master of Drogheda.-- At Rahins near Gort, in the County of Galway, Mrs. Kilikelly, Wife of Garret Killikelly, Esq; --The Wife of Henry Bevan of Camais, in the County of Limerick, Esq; -- At Ballynure, in the County of Monaghan, Robert Montgomery, Esq.--At Antrim, the Wife of Mr. William Campbell.-- In High-street, suddenly, Mrs. Kyan.-- In Golden-lane, the Wife of Mr. Pearton, of the George-Inn.-- In back-lane, Mr. Rafter, Taylor.-- In Castle-street, James Borden, Gent., Clerk in the Auditor General Office.
SUNDAY, Aug. 26th, 1764, about 3 o'Clock in the Morning, a Fire broke out at the House of Mr. Alexander Keefe, Carpenter, in New Church-street, occasioned by a Person sticking a Candle against a Partition, by which said House, with all the Furniture, was entirely consumed, and the House adjoining was greatly damaged. The loss sustained by Mr. Keefe and his Tenants, upon an exact Computation, amounts to 292l. 16s. 8d,. including the Expence of rebuilding the House and repairing the adjoining one; the Schedule of which is lodged in the Hands of the Rev. Mr. Darby, Curate of St. Michan's Parish, who was present at the Fire, in whose Hands also proper Affidavits may be seen, to authenticate the Particulars of the Loss, which has reduced said Keefe and his Tenants to the greatest Distress having deprived them of all their All. It is humbly hoped that the Public will take the Case of their unhappy Sufferers into their Consideration. Subscriptions will be thankfully received by the Rev. Mr. Darby above mentioned, who can certify the Truth of this Advertisement.
Between eight and nine o'Clock on
Saturday Night, Captain Waring's House in Henry-street, was robbed of eight
Silver Table Spoons, by a Villain, who got into the Area and raised up the
Kitchen Window where they lay.
MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago, Capt. Christopher Williamson, of Witchaven, to Miss Christian, of Hawkin's-street.--Mr. Swords, an eminent Hair-Dresser in Sycamor-Alley, to Miss Murphy of Abby-street.--Mr. Tobias Shanly, to Miss Maria Nisbit.-- At the Quaker's Meeting-House, in Sycamore-alley, Mr. George Bewley, late of Lazor's-hill, Timber Merchant, to Miss Mary Faile.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, in Castle-street, Mrs. Simms.-- At Clooneymuck in the County of Tipperary, James Wall, Esq; of Great Britain-street.-- At Jonesborough in the Co. of Meath, Master Owen John Hillas, youngest Son of Thos. Hillas, Esq;-- In Dolphin's-Barn, Mr. John Dickson, Tanner.-- In Bride-street, Wm. Cooper, Esq; Counsellor at Law.-- At Bourdeux, Samuel Head, Esq;--At Lismacul in the Co. of Tipperary, the Wife of Hugh Baker, Esq;-- In Waterford, Mr. John Williams.-- At Drumcondra, Master Newenham, Son of Edward Newenham, Esq; Collector of the County of Dublin-- Friday Morning died, the Widow Flanagan of Castle-Market, a very honest industrious Woman, much regreted by all her Acquaintance.
The Twelve-penny Houshold Loaf is to weigh 10 Pounds 4 Ounces 6 Dramchs. The middle Price of Wheat being at 2l. 3s. 0d. the Quarter.
Yesterday, Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald, read his Recantation from the Errors of the Church of Rome, in St. Peter's Church.
Thomas Fitzgerald was tried at the Tholsel for a Rape committed on the Body of a Child of eleven Years old, and being found guilty, is to stand in the Pillory on Saturday next, and to be whipped on Wednesday from Newgate to the Toll House in James's-street; to be imprisoned for a Month, and find Sureties for his good Behaviour.
Edward Mathew, Esq; Son to Thomas Mathew, of Thomas-town, in the County of Tipperary, Esq., was married to Miss Elisha Smyth, Daughter of James Smyth, Esq.
MARRIAGES.] A few Days ago in Chester, Mark Rochfort, of Jamestown, in the Queen's County, Esq; to Miss Connor, Daughter of Mr. John Connor, of Jervis-street, Merchant.-- Mr. Charles Shiel, of Liffey-street, to Miss Neil, of Abbey-street.
DEATHS.] A few Days ago, near Mallow, Mr. William Raymond of Cork.-- At Kilkenny, the Wife of Mr. John Haly, Master of the Garter Inn.-- In Patrick-street, Mr. Thomas Leonard, Leather-seller.
Youghall, September 4 - This Morning died here after a lingering illness, which she bore with a most Christian Resignation, and serenity of Mind, known only to the Virtuous; Miss Margaret Seymour, Daughter of Mr. Richard Seymour, whose amiable Life endearing her to all that knew her, renders her Death most deservedly regretted.
Sep 2] Miss Reynall, of Castle-Reynall, died in King-street, Stephen's-Green, lamented by all her acquaintance.
7th] Two footpads, named Byrne and Bennet, were committed to Newgate, for robbing a girl in Capel-street of two cloaks; one of them had a hanger, the other a loaded whip.
8th] Thomas Fitzgerald, schoolmaster, stood in the pillory and is to be whipped next Wednesday, from Newgate to the toll-house in James's-street, pursuant to his sentence, for committing a rape on a child eleven years old.
Married] Mr. Henry Magill, Attorney to Miss Mary Drought, sister to Robert Drought, of Oldglass, in the Queen's county, Esq; - Christopher Gernon, of Bourceaux, merchant, to Miss Cosgrave, daughter of the late Mr. James Cosgrave, of Abbey-street, merchant.
Married on Monday last at Kilworth, Mr. Caleb Chanders of this City, an eminent Clothier, to Miss Polly Andrews, Daughter of Mr. Thomas Andrews of that Place.-- Wednesday at Lismore, Henry Peard, of Cool, Esq; to Miss Gumbleton, Daughter of Richard Gumbleton, Esq;-- Thursday in Paul-street, Mr. Michael Sullivan to Miss Judith Murphy.
Died on Friday Morning at Pallas, the Seat of Samuel Holmes, Esq, Mrs. Price, Wife of Mr. Francis Price of this City, Merchant.
Last Week, Edward Lewell'n of
Silvermines, in the County of Tipperary, Esq; was married to Miss Stepney of
Grafton-street, with a Frotune of 5000l.
A few Days since Walter Dowdal, Esq; died at his Seat near Trim, greatly lamented; As did also the Wife of Mr. Francis Kinlan, Merchant, in Thomas-street.
14th] Died suddenly, Mrs. Eliz Leslie, Widow of Mr. Alex. Leslie, and Mother of Mr. Robert Leslie, now a Lieutenant on Board one of his Majesty's Ships of War. She has been for several Years out of her Senses, occasioned by a Fall in a fainting Fit, and dashing of her Head on a flat Stone Pavement.
MARRIAGES] On Saturday last, the Rev. Mr. Woodward of Drumbarrow, in the County of Meath to Miss Esther Wade, Daughter of John Wade of Clonebraney, in the said County, Esq.; - Mr. Tho Mann, Revenue Officer, to Miss Mary Anne West of College-green.-- Mr. Smith, Stay-maker, to Miss Harvey, Mistress of the Four -Courts Coffee-House in Christ-Church-Lane; Samuel Taylor, Esq; to Mrs. Anne Trevor, Daughter of Alderman James Taylor.
Cork, Sept. 13
Letters Patent are preparing to be
passed under the Great Seal of this Kingdom, containing his Majesty's
Presentation of the Rev. John Killen, D.D. to the Rectories of Clonpriest and
Ardagh, in the Diocese of Cloyne, void by the Death of the Rev. William Chartres.
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