Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland
Tues., 1 Oct 1765-Sat., 5 Oct 1765

Mr. William TALBOT, son to William TALBOT, of Mount Talbot, County
Roscommon, Member of Parliament for St. Johnston, to Miss Elizabeth ROSE,
only Daughter of George ROSE, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, Co. Limerick.

Mr. Robert HUTCHINSON, Attorney at Law to the Widow MORTON, of Earl-street.

Mr. Thomas KIERNAN, of Nedd, in the County of Cavan to Miss Catherine CARTY
of Bellnanagh.

At Corke, Robert ATKINS, Esq; an Alderman of that City.

Major FORDE, late of the 14th Regt. of Dragoons.

In Limerick, Mr. Walter PHILIPS, Apothecary, one of the People called

On Monday last, at her House on the North Strand, Mrs. Elizabeth BOOTH, Wife
of Mr. John BOOTH, Merchant.

Sunday Night the Watch of St. Bridget's Parish were attacked by a Number of
Ruffians, when several of them were dangerously wounded, particularly one
RICHEY, who died of his Wounds on Wednesday. The Coroner's Inquest brought
in the Verdict, wilful Murder.

Sat., Oct 5, 1765 - Tues., 8 Oct 1765

Last Week in Cork, Mr. Paulms SPAIGHT, to Miss LANE, Daughter of the late
Mr. William LANE, of said City.

Thomas ROBERTS of Britsfields-town, in the County of Cork, Esq to Miss
JOHNSON, Daughter of William JOHNSON, of Lizard, in the County of Limerick,

Nicholas LYNCH, Esq; eldest Son of Marcus LYNCH, of Barna, in the County of
Galway, Esq to Miss Christiana BLAKE, only Daughter of Henry BLAKE, of
Ballinakill, in said County, Esq.

Mr. Richard DOWDALL, Jeweller, of Aungier-street, to Miss EVANS, of
Stephen's Green

Mr. Daniel SHERIDAN of Castlebar to Miss SMYTH of Tuam.

A few Days ago, --WARING, of the County of Kilkenny, Esq to Miss SCHULDHAM
of Ann-street.

A few Days ago at Garrymore, near Clogheen, Mr. James ROSS, Gent.

In Galway, Alderman John SHAWE.

On Saturday, Edw. MEAD, Esq., an Alderman of Drogheda.

Friday, at her House in Channel-Row, Mrs. SHEA.

Sunday, suddenly in St. Michan's Church, Mr. WARD of Christchurch-yard,

At Carrick-on-Shannon, Mr. Leonard BARLOW, Attorney.

Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Tues., 8 Oct 1765-Sat., 12 Oct 1765

Mr. John BEAUCHAMP, Paper Maker, to the Widow MARTIN of Skinner Row.

In Cork, Thomas CUFFE, Esq. to Miss HERBERT, Daughter of Edward HERBERT,

A few Days ago in Dame-street, the Rev. Mr. OBLAIR, one of the Ministers of
the French Church in Peter-street.

At Garromore, near CLOGHER, Mr. Ja. ROSS.

At Chelsea, near London, the Hon. Mrs. Charlotte VANE, Sister to the present
Lord Viscount VANE, of this Kingdom.

In Peter-street, Miss Deborah CHAMBERLAIN, youngest Daughter of Councillor

In Belfast, the Wife of hte Rev. Henry REYNETT.

Sat., 12 Oct 1765-Tues. 15 Oct 1765

Saturday 7-Night, Mr. Samuel HOLMES, an eminent Jeweller in Castle-street to
Miss WADDLE of the County of Down.

In Cork, William NORCOTT, Esq to Miss KNIGHT of Charleville.

At St. Nicholas Church, cork, Captain OGLE to Miss CAREW, Daughter of Mark

In Cork, Mr. Timothy CONNELL, to Miss Joanna GALWAY.

At Rathkearon Church in the County of Kilkenny, John JACKSON, Esq to Miss

Sunday, Mr. John LEAKE of the World's-End-Lane to Mrs. Jane EYRES of
Hog-hill, Sister to the late Lieut. Col William EYRES.

Wednesday last at Brickfield in Cork, Mrs. FAULKNER, Wife of Captain
FAULKNER, Commander of a Vessel, belonging to that Port.

The Wife of the Rev. John BAILEY, of Rockville, near Inchegalagh, in the
County of Cork.

Friday 7-Night, Master KEANE, only Son of Redmond KEANE, Esq., was killed at
Castle-Bellingham by his Cloaths getting into the Wheels of a Post-Chaise.

Tues. 15 Oct 1765-Sat., 19 Oct 1765
In Petticoat-lane, Mr. Anthony EDWARDS, an eminent Brewer.

Saturday last, at Omagh, aged 22 Years, Mrs. James MAXWELL; second Son to
Mr. James MAXWELL, of that Place.

At Burchett Germany Christopher MALPASS, Esq of Rochestown, in the County of

At Athlone, Mr. John IRWIN of Skinner-row.

Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland
Sat., 19 Oct 1765 - Tues, 22 Oct 1765

At Killuney in the County of Sligo, Mr. James TERNAN, of Bride-street,
Merchant, to Miss HIGGINS, daughter of Bryan HIGGINS, Esq; an eminent

Saturday last, Mr. Edward JONES, an eminent Salesmaster to Miss CLEMENTS,
daughter of Mr. Henry CLEMENTS, of Crampton Court.

Thursday, suddenly, Mr. James ACTON of Athlone, an eminent Attorney.

Monday last, Mr. Hugh M'DERMOTT, late of Cork.

In an advanced Age, after a lingering Illness, at his House in Boot-lane,
Mr. Michael MANYPENNY, sen., a very eminent Farrier.

Tues., 22 Oct 1765 - Sat., 26 Oct 1765

At Christ Church, Cork, Mr Philip BENNET, an eminent Apothecary to Miss

Mr. Christopher TAAFE, of Roscommon, to Miss Marcia FRENCH, Daughter of
Anthony FRENCH, Esq.

At Loughrea, Mr. Martin LYNCH, of Galway, Merchant to Miss Mary FRENCH,
Daughter of Mr. FRENCH of Loughrea, aforesaid.

Capt. HARRISON, Son of the late Christopher HARRISON, Esq of Mary's Abbey,
to the amiable Miss REED, daughter of Matthew REED, Esq. of Stephen's Green,
an accomplished young Lady with 4,000 Fortune.

At Burgess, in the County of Tipperary, Mr. William ALLSOP, eldest Son of
Mr. Thomas ALLSOP to Miss RAYMOND of Ballynamona, County of Cork, with a
very handsome Fortune.

In the 80th Year of his Age, the Rev. Mr. Sion HILL, Chaplain to the
Workhouse and Foundling Hospital of this City.

At Marlow, in the County of Galway, after a few Days Illness, Miss Fanny

Sat., 26 Oct 1765 - Tues. 29 Oct 1765
Thursday last, Mr. Peter SMITH, of Dorset-street, an eminent Linen Factor to
Miss Elizabeth RYND, daughter of Mr. Thomas RYND, an eminent Merchant.

Sunday Morning, in the Black Pitts, Mr. POOLE, an eminent Brewer.

At Tremount, near Newry, aged 87, the Rev. James JOHNSON.

Tues., 29 Oct 1765 - Sat., 2 Nov 1765
In Bride-street, Mr. James WILSON

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