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

Sat., 31 Aug 1765-Tues., 3 Sep 1765

Marriages.
Mr. John LYONS of High-street to Miss MOON of Britain-street.

At Antrim, Mr. George DOWNING, Linen Draper, of London to Miss DOBBIN.

At Mitchelstown, in the County of Cork, Mr. Samuel SPRIGG, of Waterford,
Attorney, to Miss WOOGAN.

Mr. Thomas TOWNSHEND, of Kilmessin in the County of Meath to the Widow BOYCE
of Summer-hill, Tuesday last at St. Mary Abchurch in Cannon-street.

James BENSON, Esq. of Cork to Miss VAUGHAN, daughter of Mr. Benjamin
VAUGHAN, of Laurence Poultney-lane, Cannon-street.

Saturday Night, Mr. Luke KELLY, an eminent Attorney, of Skinner-Row, to Mrs.
DARAGH, of said Place.

Deaths.
At Plymouth, Mr. Lewis OLIVER, Comedian late belonging to the Theatre Royal.

At Limerick Capt. John O'NEILE.

At Knockaderry, in the County of Clare, Mr. John Bentley SIMON.



Tues., 3 Sep 1765 - Sat., 7 Sept 1765

Marriages.
Mr. Edward MURPHY, of Jenkinstown, in the County of Kilkenny, at Cadiz in
Sapin the 28th of July last to Miss Josepha LANGTON, Daughter of Nicholas
LANGTON, Esq. of that Place with a Fortune of 20,000.

Mr. Edward JONES, Apothecary in Francis-street to Miss HORE of
Braithwait-street.

Mr. Daniel CARROLL, to Miss KINLAN of Capel-street.

Mr. Peter JUDD, to Miss MARSHALL, of Great Booter-lane.

Ensign James AUDOUIN to Miss LAMB of Lazer Hill with a handsome Fortune.

Deaths.
In Cork, of two Days Illness, Miss HUTCHINSON, daughter of Samuel HUTCHINSON
of Aghadown in said County, Esq.

At his House in George's-street, Capt. John ROE.

Last Wednesday, Robett HARMAN, Esq., Knight of the Shire for the County of
Longford.

The same Day, at Raheny, after a tedious Illness, Michael SWEENEY, Esq., one
of the Aldermen of this City.

In Patrick-street, Ralph GREYTHORN, an eminent Butcher.

In Marlborough-street, Mr. MAHON, Grocer.

At her Lodgings, at Mr. BOURSIQUOT's, Essex Bridge, advanced in Years, the
Widow  Lyndon, Mother of George LYNDON, Esq. Register of the Diocese of
Dublin.


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

Sat., 7 Sep 1765 - Tues., 10 Sep 1765

Marriage
At Last Week, Mr. James AYLMER, of Smithfield, to Miss GRIFFIN, of the
County of Meath.

Deaths.
At St. Vincent, Lieut. Charles Herbert BAGOTT, of the 32d Regiment of Foot.

Engineer to the Island, John MULLOY, of Frankford in the King's County.

On the 30th ult. at Brumpton, in England,Capt. Robert COPE, of Loughall, in
the County of Armagh.

Lately in London, Sir William HART, Banker in Pall Mall, who served as one
of the Sheriffs of London in 1761.



Tues., 10 Sep 1765 - Sat., 14 Sep 1765

Marriages.
Last Week, in London, by Special License, Edward SOUTHWELL, Esq; Kinght of
the Shire for the County of Gloucester to Miss CAMPBELL, Daughter of Samuel
CAMPBELL, Esq of the County of Leitrim

Last Week, Mr. Nicholas LEDWICH, Merchant of the Coombe to Miss WALSH, of
Fordman's-alley.

George BEGG, and eminent Merchant in Bride-street to Miss WELDON, Daughter
of Mr. Christopher WELDON, Merchant.

Mr. John ROKE, of Engine-alley to Miss ANDERSON of Vicar-street.

William POWER to Miss DELAMARE.

Deaths.
A few Days ago, Mr. Thomas MORTON, an eminent Tobacconist, in
Francis-street.

At Ballyclare, Charles CRYMBLE, the ounger, Esq.

At Annsborough, near Lurgan, Mr. James BRADSHAW, one of the People called
Quakers.

On the 9th inst. Mrs. Elizabeth MARTIN, Wife of the Rev. Robert MARTIN, near
Newry, Daughter of Francis FORTESCUE, Esq. of Donaghmore.

At Bristol, Humphry MINCHIN, Esq., formerly an Attorney of this City.

A few Days ago, on Rogerson's Quay, the Wife of Mr. William CHAYTOR,
Chandler.



Sat., 14 Sep 1765 - Tues., 17 Sep 1765

Births.
On 31 inst., Mrs. BROWNE of the Neale, of a Daughter.

On Sunday last, in Merrion-street, the Lady of Mervyn ARCHDALL, Esq., of a
Daughter.

Marriages.
Mr. John VIALLS, of Liffey-street, Herald-painter, to the Widow PHILIPS, of
Summer-hill.

Last Week, Mr. John LAURENT to Miss Elizabeth DROUGHT.

George STUART, of Mount Stuart, in the County of Tyrone, Esq., to the
agreeable Widow CROW, of Castle-Finn.

Mr. Richard HARWOOD, an eminent Ironmonger, in Capel-street, to the
agreeable Miss BUCKLEY of said street.

Deaths.
Friday at Market Hill, Mrs. RICHARDSON, Wife of Colonel RICHARDSON.

On the 9th inst. after a tedious illness, Sir George BROWNE of the Neal,
Bart.

A few Days ago at Cornclee, in the County of Roscommon, Mrs. Eleanor FALLON,
Wife of Laurence FALLON, Esq.

At Rathnally, County Meath, Thomas CARTER, Esq.

On his return to London, Sir Septimus ROBINSON, Knight, Brother to the
Primate of all Ireland.


Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland
Tues., 17 Sep 1765-Sat., 21 Sep 1765

Marriages.
Mr. NOWLAND of Prince's-street to Mrs. McDOOL of Mary's-lane, who had been
31 Year a Widow.

Tuesday 1st, Mr. Peter GIBNEY, an eminent Merchant in Trim, to the agreeable
Miss DALY of said town with a Fortune of 1,000

Deaths.
Wednesday last, Mrs. AYLMER,Wife of * AYLMER, Esq of Lyons.

Saturday last, at her lodgings on Ormond Quay, Mrs. Ann ARCHBOLD, Relict of
William ARCHBOLD, late of Davidstown in the County of Kildare, Esq.

Last Sunday, suddenly, at the House of Capt. POCOCKE, Lord Bishop of Meath,
to which See he was translated the 15th of July last, from that of Ossory,
in which he had presided nine Years.

A few Days ago, at his House in Frederick-street, Sir Bridges BALDWIN,
Kinght; his Remains were interred on Thursday last in a very genteel and
public Manner in the Burying-Ground of St. Nicholas Without.

Last Saturday near Strabane, in the County of Tyrone, Mr. John GILMORE, of
Strand-street, Taylor, who made a very considerable Fortune in that Business
is now carried on by his Nephew, James M'MAHON.

Last Night Cornelius COLLINS, Foreman to Alderman John SMITH, Brewer, was
barbarously murdered and stripped of his Cloaths by some Villians unknown on
the Road near Glasheen and dragged from thence to a Field near Gill Abbey,
where the corps was discovered this Morning by some Labourers going to Work.



Sat., 21 Sep 1765-Tues., 24 Sep 1765
Marriages.
Last Week, at St. Paul's Church, the Rev. James WEEKES to Miss HUGHES,
Daughter of Mr. John HUGHES.

At Elphin, George ALCOCK, of Sligoe, Esq to Miss Mary MILLS of Cherryfield
in the County of Roscommon.

At Waterford, Mr. Ch. TANDY to Miss KIRBY.

Deaths.
In Newry, the Wife of Mr. George STEVENSON, Bookseller.

In Great Britain-street, Mrs. TRENCH, Wife of Arthur TRENCH, Esq.

In Bridgefoot-street, the Widow BELLWOOD.

In Church-street, Mr. Pat JONES, Wine Cooper and Grocer.

In Ann-street near Linen-hall, Mrs. GERNON, Wife of Mr. James GERNON,
Farmer, near Dunboyne.

In Prussia-street, Mrs. COOKE, Wife of Capt. John COOKE, late of the 52nd
Regiment of Foot.

Saturday last, in the 70th Year of her Age, Mrs. Anne SPRING, a Maiden Lady,
of great Virtue and Piety. She was Daughter of Francis SPRING, Esq., who
represented the Borough of Naas in three successive Parliaments.

In Bolton-street, the Widow COYNE.


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

Tues., 24 Sep 1765-Sat., 28 Sep 1765

Birth.
Monday 7-Night, the Lady of the Right Hon., the Earl of Fingall was safely
delivered of a Son, at his Lordship's House at Woolhampton, Berks, England.

Marriages.
At Twickenham, England, Justin McCARTHY, Esq.; of Springhouse, in this
Kingdom, to Miss Windy TUITE, youngest Daughter of Nicholas TUITE, Esq.

Mr. James HUEY, jun. of Muffe to Miss Alice QUIN of Campsey, Parish of
Fonghanvale, County Londonderry.

Willliam KNOX of London, Esq., to Miss FORD, Daughter of James FORD of
Dawson-street, Esq.

Deaths.
At Clonmell, Richard SHAW, Esq, late an eminent Attorney.

On the 21st inst. at Galway, of a short Illness, Henry ELLIS, on of his
Majesty's Justices of the Peace of this County. He twice served the Office
of Mayor of this Corporation.

At Waterford, Miss Arabella DAWSON, Sister of Mr. Baron DAWSON.

24th, Mrs. GLASCO, Wife of Mr. Philip GLASCO, Junior, an eminent Watchmaker
in Christchurch-lane.

At Bath, the 17th inst. John FITZPATRICK, Esq. of Drumcondra.

At his House on College Green, Mr. Thomas FULLER, an eminent Paper-stainer.

In Werburgh-street, of a few Days Illness, Miss Kitty COLLIER.


Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland
Sat. 28 Sept 1765-Tues., 1 Oct 1765

Marriages.
Mr. Joseph SANDYS to Miss Elizabeth CAMPBELL, of Mountrath-street.

Mr. James BURN, of Monsterevan, aged 25, to the Widow GLOVER, of
Strand-street, aged 95, being her 5th Husband.

Mr. Robert HOOLE, and eminent Carpenter, to Miss Elizabeth ROCHE, of
Fordam's-Alley.

Deaths.
Thursday last at her Lodgings on the Mall, Cork, Mrs. ROBERTS, Wife of Capt.
Nicholas ROBERTS, in the West India Trade.

Sunday 7-Night, in London, the Right Hon. Lord Viscount MIDDLETON, Member
for New-Shoreham in Sussex, in the 36th Year of his Age.

In Britain-street, Mrs. Sarah FALKINER, Widow of the late Alderman FALKINER,
aged 77.

On Rogerson's Quay, Mr. Evan LLOYD, and eminent Rope-maker.



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