News:  Assorted Births, Marriages & Deaths 12 Nov 1774

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A few days ago, Mr. Wm. FORD, Jnr, of Stafford-Street, 
Merchant, to Miss Elizabeth THUNDER (Looks Like), of 
Belleney, Dublin.

In King Street, Oxmantown, Mr. Phillip M'DERMOT, Coach 
Maker, to Miss Clarissa COOPER, of Drumcondra.

At Carlow, Mr. John MURPHY, Carpenter, to Miss Mary 
CARPENTER, of Slaty, in the Queen's County.

At Dundrum, Mr. Edward EATON, Officer of Excise, to Miss 
MITCHELL, sister to the Rev. Mr. MITCHELL, of said place.

Lieut. Col. MASON, to Miss MOSSE, daughter of the late Dr. 
Bartholomew MOSSE.


A few days ago, in Henry Street, the lady of Stephen WOULFE, 
Esq., of a son.

In Jervis Street, the lady of Edmond WELD, Esq., of a 

At the house of Standish GRADY, Esq., in Limerick, Lady 
Harriet AICKLAND, of a daughter.

At Limerick, the Lady of the Hon. Captain GORE, of the 27th 
Regiment, a son.


A few days ago, at Galway, Robert FRENCH, Esq.

Near Wicklow, Mr. Thomas HAUGHTON.

At Ballincree, Co. Wexford, Mrs HALL, wife of Mr. Daniel 

In James's Street, George Augustus MURPHY, Esq.

In Peters Street, the relic of Hartley HUTCHINSON.

In William Street, the Widow ROBINSON, one of the people 
called Quakers.

At Kilnashanally, Co. Tipperary, Mr. Mathew O'BRIEN.

On Ormond Quay, Daniel HELLY, Esq., late of Drogheda.

At Corke, the wife of Mr. Henry CONNELL, Tobacconist.

On Sand Quay, Mr. Christopher LEYSESTER, Merchant.

In Main Street, the wife of Mr. John FOOT, Shoemaker.

In Mallow-Lane, Mr. Walter EDWARD, Parchment Maker. His 
death was occasioned by employing a Quack Surgeon to bleed 

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