News:  Assorted Newspaper, Births, Marriages & Deaths 4 Mar 

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A few days ago, John French, Esq., to Miss Daly.

Mr. James Carrick, of Dolphin's Barn, Tanner, to Miss Anne 
Byrne, of Vicker Street.

At Cork, Mr. John Paul, Cooper, to Miss Peggy Steed.

Mr. William Hickey, to Miss Mary Fitzgerald, at Cork.

At Beerhavan, Mr. Thomas Manzin, of Dublin, Ship Master, to 
Miss O'Sullivan of said place.

Mr. Michael Morphy Patrick, to Miss White, daughter of Mr. 
William White, near Rathcormuck.

On Monday last, Richard Gorges, Esq., to Miss Merideth, 
daughter of the late Arthur Merideth, of Dollarstown, of 
County Meath, esq., a lady possessed of 3000/-, per annum.

A few days ago, Thomas Walsh of Clonmel, Esq., to Miss Pope, 
of Cuff-Street.

Mr. George Burke, Organist of St. Paul's Church, to the 
Widow Headen, of Chamber Street.

At the seat of Robert Clements, Esq., at Killadoon, Mr. 
Rooney, to Miss Keating.


The 25th ult in Dawson Street, the Lady of Joshua Paul, 
Esq., of a son.


A few days ago in Meath Street, Thomas Simmens, one of the 
people called Quakers, one of the most famous and noted 
poplin manufacturer in this Kingdom.

At Eyteville, Co. Galway, the eldest son of Josiah Shadwell, 

Mr. Francis Dowling, of Pill Lane, Pattin-Maker.

In George's Street, Mr. Keys, Brush Maker.

At Mallow, the wife of Mr. John Fowkes, Apothacary.

Near Castlemartyr, Patrick Bellew, esq. Superviser of 
Hearths for the Youghal district.

In Abbey Street, Mrs Devenish, Attorney.

(probably from the Leinster Journal)