News:  Assorted Marriages & Deaths 24 Jul 1773

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A few days ago, at Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, Mr. Dawson 
Downing, of the County of Derry, to Miss Catherine 
Fullerton, the only surviving issue of Alexander Fullerton, 
of Jamaica, Esq., deceased.

Andrew Brown, of Breafy, Co. Mayo, Esq., to Miss Gisker, of 
Ballivary, in the same county, with a fortune of 4000/-.

Mr. James Hepper, to the agreeable Miss Roorke, Co. Wicklow.

Lieut. Robert Cary, of the 39th Regiment of foot, to Miss 
Burrell, of Portarlington.

Mr. Bernard Foy, Haberdasher, in Essex Street to Miss Anne 
Pattison, of said place.

In Patrick Street, Mr. William Wilkins, to Miss Quin, of 
said street.

Mr. James Verling, of Corke, Merchant, to Miss Harford, of 
Bride Street.

James Cavendish, Esq., son of Sir. Henry Cavendish, Bart., 
to Miss Moore Coote, daughter of Guy Moore Coote, Esq., a 
young lady of most amiable virtues, and blessed with every 
qualification which renders the marriage state truly happy.

At Corke, Mr. William Callaghan, Clothier, to Miss Catherine 

Mr. Joseph Rogers, to Miss Allen, both of Johnstown, near 


A few days ago, at Galway, Mr. Francis Kirwan, a Romanish 

In Bride-Street, Mr. Mark Allen, an eminent Linen-Draper.

At his house in Mecklenburgh-Street, in the 73rd year of his 
age, William Shippey, Esq., Deputy Customer, Collector and 
Comptroller of his Majesty's Customs in part of Dublin.

In Castle-Street, Miss Duffy, Milliner.

At Waterford, the Widow Rowland.

At Mallow, Captain Freeman.

At Killahern?, near Thurles, Theobald Creagh, esq.