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Freeman's Journal (Dublin) Feb 23 to Feb 26 1765

" On the night of the 18th instant some unknown villains cruelly houghed on the lands of Cahir, in the County of Clare, seven three year old bullocks, the property of Francis Butler of Cregg in the County of Galway, Esq.

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Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland


Tues 29 Jan 1765 - Sat. 2 Feb 1765

Marriages.
A few Days ago, Mr. Benjamin CLARKE, an eminent Merchant in Ross-lane, to
Miss READ, Daughter of Mr. READ, of Parliament-street.

Robert POOLE, of Aungier-street, Esq; to the Widow JOHNSTON of Bride-street.

At Tuam, Mr. Patrick KIRWAN, jun. to Miss Elizabeth KIRWAN.

Yesterday, _WORSLEY, Esq; to Miss MARLAY, with a very considerable fortune.

Deaths.
This Week at Kildare-House, the Hon. Lady Louisa FITZGERALD, Daughter of the
Most Noble the Marquis of Kildare.

In Limerick, Mr.Thomas ARTHUR, Linen-draper.

In Dawson-street, the Hon. Mrs. GORE, Lady of the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop
of Elphin.

In London, Mr. Charles WADE, late of Dundalk, generally known by the Name of
Charles BENTON.

Yesterday, in the 85th Year of his Age, Christ. PARKER, Esq; an Admiral in
his Majesty's Service.

Sat., 2 Feb 1765 - Tues., 5 Feb 1765

Marriages.
A few Days ago, Captain DUGGAN, to Miss Mary PARREL.

On Thursday, was married by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Clogher, Richard
WOLSELEY, Esq; eldest Son of Sir Richard WOLSELEY, Bart; to Miss MARLAY, of
Sackville-street, with a Fortune of  20,000.

Deaths.
Last Week, Mrs. BENSON, Wife of Richard BENSON, Esq.

Tues., 5 Feb 1765-Sat., 9 Feb 1765

Deaths.
A few Days ago, at Ballyeneoy, in the County of Kerry, Kerry LYNE, Esq.

At Kilmoney, in the County of Kildare, Mr. Rob FLEMING.

At Thurles, in the County of Tipperary, Mr. James MURPHY.

In Church-street, Mr. Josiah BRYAN, an eminent Woollen-draper, and Captain
of a Company in the third Regiment of Foot of the Militia of this City.

In Palmerstown, Mr. Patrick KEATING, of Capel-street, an eminent Taylor.

Sat., 9 Feb 1765-Tues 12 Feb 1765

Marriages.
A few Days ago, in London, the Right Hon. the Earl of Shelburne, to Lady
Sophia CARTERET, Daughter of the late Earl of Grenville, who was formerly
President of his Majesty's Privy Council, and in the Years 1724,25,26,27,28
and 29, Lord Lieutenant of this Kingdom.

Simon Bradstreet M'CALLY, Esq; Counsellor at Law, to Miss Kitty PEYTON,
youngest daughter of Toby PEYTON, of Laheen, in the County of Leitrim, Esq.

Robert WHITE, of Monkstown, in the County of Dublin, to Miss Mary AUSTEN,
one of the Daughters of William AUSTEN, Esq; late one of the Masters of the
High Court of Chancery in this Kingdom.

Yesterday, Mr. William FELD, Merchant, to Miss Teresa WALSH. She is
possessed of a considerable Fortune.

Deaths.
A few Days ago, in Watling-street, Mr. John SHANNON,Skinner and Grocer.

At Nicholas-gate, Mr. Thomas M'COMBE.

Mr. William FORD, Teacher of Writing and Arithmetic.

On Temple Bar, Mr. CASSON.


Tues. 12 Feb, 1765-Sat. 16 Feb 1765

Marriages.
On Wednesday last, Mr Patrick HENEY, of Bolton-street, to Miss Fitzpatrick,
of Capel-street.

In Cork, Mr. WHYTE, to Miss FOLEY.

On Temple-Bar, Mr. Peter BYRNE, Brazier to the Widow SULLIVAN.

Near Clonard, Mr. Patrick CULLEN, to Mrs. BOURKE, of Moyalty.

Deaths.
On Thursday in Cuckoo-lane, the Wife of Capt. ADDISON.

On George's-Quay, Mr. CALDBECK.

Of a lingering indisposition, the facetious Mr. James CARSON, an eminent
Printer.

In Sycamore-alley, Mrs. Hannah SMYTH.

On the Blind Quay, Mrs. Ann WALKER, an eminent Dealer in jewels and Toys.

In Corke, Mr. John BUDDS, Linen-draper.

The Rev. Mr. David STEVENS.

In Wexford, last Sunday Morning, after a tedious Illness (deservedly
lamented) Loftus HATTON, Esq.

Sat., 16 Feb 1765-Tues., 19 Feb 1765

Deaths.
On Friday the 16th inst., at Portadown, in the County of Armagh, Mrs. OBINS,
Relict of the Rev. Hamlet OBINS and Mother of Michael OBINS of Castle OBINS,
in the County of Armagh, Esq.

Saturday last in Fade-street, Mr. TUDOR, one of the Common Council of that
Corporation.

Sunday last, Miss TREVOR, Daughter of the Rt. Hon. Arthur TREVOR.

At Mucklon, in the County of Galway, Mr. Edward ROCHFORD, aged 81.

At Limerick, in an advanced Age, Mrs. Barbara ST. LEGER, a Maiden lady. On
Saturday Night, one MAGUIRE fell into the River near the New Bridge and was
drowned.

Tues. 19 Feb 1765-Sat 23 Feb 1765

Mr. John SHAW to Miss West, of Castle-street, Edward BOND, of Bondville, in
the County of Armagh, Esq; to Miss TISDALL, of Bawne, in the County of
Lowth.

In Limerick, Mr. BARRINGTON, to Miss HEWETSON.

Michael DANIEL, Esq. of Perinstown, in the County of Meath, to Miss
WOODWARD, Daughter of Sam. WOODWARD, Esq of Rathdrum, in the County of
Wicklow.

Deaths.
A few Days ago in Hendrick-street, the Wife of Mr. HARTLEY.

In Allen's Court, Mrs. AYLWARD, Relict of the late-AYLWARD, Esq.

At his lodgings in Fishamble-street, Dennis KEOGH, Esq, one of the Sheriffs
of the City of Kilkenny.

The wife of Conway DOBBS, of Castle DOBBS, Esq.

In Mary's-lane, the Widow HUSSEY.

At Butler's Bridge in the County of Cavan, Mrs. MEE, Mother of Counsellor
MEE.

Sat., 23 Feb 1765-Tues., 26 Feb 1765
Marriages.
Last Week in Limerick, Peter HOLMES, Esq; Representative in Parliament for
the Borough of Banagher, to Miss Eliz. PRITTIE, Daughter of Henry PRITTIE,
Knight of the Shire for the County of Tipperary.

Abraham M'CAUSLAND, of Streeve, near Newtownlimavaddy, Esq. to Miss
ANDERSON, of said Place.

Mr. COLEMAN to Miss HORNBY.

Birth.
Last Week, at the Earl of Meath's, Stephen's Green, the Hon. Mrs. BRABAZON,
of a Daughter.

Deaths.
Last Week in Bolton-street, Mrs. TROTTER, Relict of Stephen TROTTER, Esq.,
Representative in the late Parliament for the Borough of Carysfort, and
Daughter of the Rt. Hon. Tho. CARTER, Esq., decd.

At Tennypark, in the King's County, Mrs. BURFIELD, Wife of Edward BURFIELD,
in the County of Meath, Esq.

In Nicholas-street, the Widow HENDRICK.

At Carrowbeg, in the County of Meath, aged 120, Mr. Dominick JOYCE.

At Moat, in the County of Westmeath, Doctor Rich. CUPPAIDGE.

At Enniskillen, James M'KIERNAN, Esq, M.D., who to a very extensive
Knowledge and successful Practice in his Profession, joined a refined and
elegant Taste in every Branch of polite Literature.

Tues., 26 Feb 1765-Sat., 2 Mar. 1765

Marriages.
A few Days ago, Mr. James BOYD of Coleraine, to Miss Susanna BROWNE, of said
Place.

Mr. William M'DONNELL of Essex-street, to Miss Anne GEARY, of Edenderry in
the Queen's county.

Robert DEVEREUX, of Carrigmenan, in the County of Wexford, Esq; to Miss
WARD, a most agreeable young Lady with a Fortune of 10,000.

Deaths.
A Few Days ago, Robert MACKAY of Colerain, Esq.

At his House in Stephen's Green, in an advanced Age, William PALMER, Esq;
formerly Gentleman Usher and Keeper of Council Chamber.

In Castle-street, Mrs. Margaret HINDS, Wife of Mr. HINDS, Cutler.

In Skinner's Row, Mr. Thomas SILCOCK, and eminent Glazier and Printseller.

In Chancery-lane, Mrs. KEON, Widow of the late Ambrose KEON, Esq. and
Daughter of Dr. PULLEIN, late Lord Bishop of Dromore.

Birth.
Last Week the Lady of John SCOTT, of Cahircon, Esq; was safely delivered of
a Son and Heir.

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