Enniskillen Chronicle & Erne Packet
January 15, 1824
Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
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David Lucas, Esq., eldest son of the late Francis Lucas, Esq., of Drominargle-House, in the County of Armagh, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Captain T. Hill, of the 68th Light Infantry.
On Monday, 5th instant, at Culduff Church, county of Donegal, by the Rev. Richard Hamilton, George Henry Sarrat, Esq., Lieut. R. N., to Frances, fourth daughter of Thomas Davenport Hunt, Esq., of Kilrush, in the county of Clare.
On Thursday morning, in St. Thomas's Church by the Rev. James Fea, Richard Patton, Esq., of the Ordnance-Office, youngest son of the late Colonel Patton, of Litchfield, to Anna Maria, only daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel James Cullen, of the Leitrim Militia.
In Kilkenny, Henry T. Hearn, Esq., of Belturbet, to Miss Whitehead.
A circumstantial account of
in the county of Cavan, mentioned in our last, has been furnished to us
as we expected, but throws little light on the melancholy subject. It
occurred on the 26th, and not on the 29th ult., as before stated. A
Reward of £300 has been offered for the disco- very of the
perpetrators, and a proportionate sum for information tending to lead
to such discovery. The wounds which occasioned the death of the
unfortunate man, appeared on his forehead and cheeks, and were supposed
by the surgeon who attended the inquest, to be inflicted by a blunt
instrument. The verdict of the Coroner's Jury was wilful murder against
some person or persons unknown. Mr. Smith, the deceased, our
correspondent adds, was a man of some property, an excellent character,
and liked by all parties. So great a favourite was he in the country,
that it is supposed by some his death was accidental, and not
perpetrated by human hands. He bore no other marks of violence than
those above described, nor were his clothes in any way disturbed or
torn. His money, papers, and watch, were in his pockets when found. We
understand that no persons have yet been charged with, or committed for
SUPPOSED MURDER AT ROSTREVOR.
Mr. Sherlock, of this city, has contracted with Government for a supply of 1,500 additional tierces of beef. Dublin Correspondent.
MURDER.--A shocking murder was committed on Sunday, between Rathangan and Kildare, on the lands of Dunmurry, where at an early hour, a man named Fitzgerald was murdered by cutting his throat. The murderer is known, and the utmost vigilance is being exercised to cause his apprehension. A mounted policeman arrived at the Head Office yesterday with this intelligence. We have not yet learned further particulars.--Patriot.
FOR SUCH TERM AS MAY BE AGREED ON,
And immediate possession given,
THE FARM OF TONNYNEAL
CONTAINING about 22 A. 2R. ; and lately occupied by
Mr. CHRISTOPHER BUCHANAN, Said Farm
is of the best quality, situate in the Parish of Boho, about
six miles from the town of Enniskillen. Proposals to be re-
ceived by the Right Hon. the EARL of ERNE, Dublin, and
DAVID GUMLEY, Esq., Belturbet. (If by letter to the latter,
to be post-paid.)
January 14th, 1824.
Submitted by ajk.
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