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The Shamrock
New York, New York
Saturday, Dec. 15, 1810

Late Marriages in Ireland.

"Strike the harp in praise of my love"

Mr. William Tait, to Miss Gorden, both of Londonderry.

Mr. John Dickson, of Whitefort near Tobermore, to the amiable and accomplished Miss Edward, daughter of the late James Edward, Esq., of Lock, near Dungiven.

William Skelton, of the Castle of Kilkenny, Esq. to Miss Campbell, daughter of the late John Campbell, of Dublin.

By the Rev. Mr. Tuckey, Mr. Hans Pebble, to Miss Gray, both of Belfast.

By the Rev. Mr. Tuckey, Mr. James Kinsley of Ballydonoughy, Parish of Grenavy, to the amiable Miss Shanks of the Fourth River.

Mr. John Tumblety, of Jordanstown, to Miss Elizabeth Montgomery, of Carngraney.

Late Deaths in Ireland.

"Nothing can we call our own but death"

At Woodburn, near Carrickfergus, aged 26 years, Miss Catharine Chaplin, wife of Mr. Richard Chaplin, of said place.

At Carrickfergus, Mr. Hugh Donaldson, Mariner, of a lingering illness, aged 51 years.

The Shamrock
New York, New York
Saturday, Dec. 22, 1810

Late Marriages in Ireland.

At Larne, by the Rev. R. Thompson, Mr. Alexander Holmes, Merchant to Miss Carley, daughter of Mr. Alexander Carley, Merchant.

By the Rev. Henry Leslie to Mr. James REA, of Ballymena, to Miss Elizabeth Dibbin of same place.

By the Rev. Mr. Alexander, Mr. John George of Curmliln, to the agreeable Miss Forsythe of Kilmacavit, Killead.

Thomas M'Neill, Esq. Captain in the 74th regt. of foot to Miss Johnston, daughter of the late Thomas Johnston, Esq.

Francis Forde, of Johnstown, in the county of Meath, Esq. to Elizabeth, daughter of George M'entagart, Esq. Collector of Drogheda.

The Rev. Mr. Rogers, of Donough, to Miss Coningham, of Bart.

Robert Tandy, Esq. only son of James Tandy Esq. of the County of Kildare, to Miss Wilhelmina Taylor.

Mr. John McCaley, of Basket-hill, Lisharnet, to Miss Nancy Skillen, of the same place.

Alex. M'Kee, of Scrabe, near Newtownards, to Miss Mary Jayes, of Ballymacreely.

Late Deaths in Ireland

Of a rapid decline, aged 20, Hugh Alexander of Ballyclare

At Carrickfergus, Mr. John Dunlop, aged 63 and affectionate husband and tender parent.

At Billenderry, of a pulmonary decline, Mr. Felix O'Neill, aged 42, son of the late Mr. Henry O'Neill of that place, an eminent teacher in the town of Belfast.

After a short illness in the prime of life, Mr. Warren Mercer, of Hill-hall.

At Portavo, on 24th August last, Gilbert Yates teacher, aged 25.

At Comber, on the 18th inst. Captain Rollo Gillespie.

After a short illness, James Headley, of Loughrascoues, parish of Newtown, in the 29th year of his age.

At Glebe-hill, near Garva, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. M'Causland, wife of the Rev. Oliver M'Causland.

The Shamrock
New York, New York
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1810

Late Marriages in Ireland.

At St.Patrick's Cathedral, Wm. Howe, Esq. Lieutenant in the Royal North Down Militia, to Miss Cradock, only daughter of the Rev. Thomas Cradock, Prebendary of St. Anden's.

At Enniskillen, Captain Jones, of the 90th regiment, to Miss Woods, daughter of Isaac Woods, Esq. of Rushan, county Fermanagh.

Mr. John M'Shane, linen draper, of Pointzpass, to Miss Connell, of Newtownhamilton.

Mr. William Crossin, of Belfast, to Miss Margaret Larmour, of Magheragell.

Mr. Archibald M'Dowl, to Miss Elizabeth Steel, both of Ballycarty.

Near Letterkenny, Mr.Hugh Stevenson, to his fourth wife; his three daughters were married in the same week.

Mr. Josiah Jackson, of Ross Lane, Dublin, to Miss Dillon, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Dillon.

By the Rev. Sam Watson, Mr. Samuel Spratt, of Ardmillan, Watchmaker, to the amiable and accomplished Miss Mary Lowry, of Ballydoln.

By the Rev. Wm. Hanna, Mr. John Morrow, to the agreeable Miss Sarah Wilson.

Mr. William Moore, of Ballymisca, to Miss Agnes Warden, of Ballycastle.

At Larne, by the Rev. Thomas Cassidy, Mr. Joseph Girvan, to Miss Healy, of Kilwalton.

At Augher, by the Rev. Edward M'Ardle, Parish Priest of Clogher, Mr. Garret Rooney, aged 96, to Miss M'Gohey, only 16 years of age.

Late Deaths in Ireland.

On board the ship Erin, 3 weeks previous to her arrival at this port, Mr. Patrick Walsh, aged 22, son of Mr. John Walsh, gardener, of this city.

At Portstewart, William, second son of James Orr, Esq. of Keely.

Suddenly in the 33rd year of her age, Mrs. Walker, wife of Mr. John Walker, of Terrygowan, near Randalstown.

At Ballyrolly, near Donaghadee, W. M'quoid, aged 80 years, and next morning, his wife Agnes, aged 78.

Near Enniskillen, Sandy Frith, Esq.

Mrs. King, wife of Thomas King, Esq., of Kingstown, county Wicklow.

In New-row, Dublin, Mr. Owen Hart, trimming Merchant.

Mrs. Sarah Peebles, of Tullyhog, in the 47th year of her age.

At Maghereagh, near Strabane, Mrs. Sarah M'Crea, aged 92.

Mr. James Lindsay, of the Waterside, Derry.

Mr. Merry, of Londonderry.

At Athlone, Mr. Marcus Crosbie.

In North Wales, on his way to Madeira, Henry Tuite, aged 16 years, eldest son of Hugh Tuite, Esq. of Sonna, county of Westmeath.

Mrs. Susanna Greville, wife of Mr. Henry Greville, of Anderson's-court, Dublin.

At Kilderry, Mary-Anne, second daughter of Major General Hart, aged 15 years.

At Chatham Lodge, Londonderry, John Rea, Esq., a tender father.

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