News:  Dublin Journal, Deaths, Marriages 2 Feb 1765 & 18th 
July 1749

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A few days ago, Mr. Charles GALT, of Colerain, Merchant, to 
the daughter of John ALLEN, of Rashee,? in the County of 

At Tuam, in the County of Galway, Mr. Thomas BROWNE, of 
Clodcely, Esq, to Miss Ann DAVIS, daughter of Mr. John 
Davis, Esq, of Tuam, Esq.

Mr. John Rotheram?, of Leighmore, to Miss DILLON, in 
Rathcor, in the County of Wexford.

Mr. Benjamin CLARKE, Merchant in Ross Lane, to Miss READ, of 
Parliament Street.

Saturday night, Mr. Samuel WATSON, Bookseller in Dame 
Street, to Miss WATSON, daughter of Mr. John WATSON, of Old 
Bridge, Bookseller.

Robert Pool, Esq, of Aungier Street, to the agreeable Widow 
JOHNSON, of Bride Street.


A few days ago, on George's Quay, Captain Robert WATSON.

In Dame Street, Captain BEWLEY.

At Knockmark, Co. Meath, the Rev. Oliver CARTER.

In York Street, Captain MAUNSELL.

At Flowerfield, near Colerain, Felix O'NEILL, late of 
Haslebrook, Esq.

In Caple Street, Mr. John Farran, former cashier to the Bank 
of Hugh Henry and Henry MITCHELL, Esq.

In Exssex Street, George TUCKER, Esq, Clerk of the Ballast 

In the County Wexford, the Widow HOAR.

At Kildare House, the Hon. Lady Louisa FITZGERALD, daughter 
to the Most Noble Marquis of Kildare.

The wife of Robert BALL, of Ball's Grove, near Drogheda, 

In Dawson Street, most deservedly lamented, the Hon. Mrs 
GORE, Lady to the Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Elphin.

At his house in Church Street, Josiah BRYAN, Esq, Captain in 
the 3rd Regiment of Foot in the City Militia. He was an 
affectionate husband, an indulgent Parent, and a sincere 
friend, which makes his death deservedly lamented.

18th July 1749.


Last week, died at Lisnevagh in the County of Carlow, Walter 
BUNBURY, Esq, formerly one of the Six Clerks, and Member of 
Parliament in King William's Reign, for Titmore, in the 
County of Wexford, who though he died at the age of 85, 
retained his senses to the last, so as to be able to read 
and write without spectacles.

By letters from London, we hear, that last Wednesday, died 
at his house in Grosvenor Square, in that city, of a violent 
fever, the Right Hon. George Lord CARPENTER, of this 
Kingdom. His Lordship is succeeded in his Title and Estate 
by his only son, who married the daughter of Sir Robert 

Wednesday last, General HAMILTON was interred in a very 
grand manner, in St. Peter's Church. His Corps was attended 
by Col. Lee's Regiment of Foot, now on Dublin Duty.

Saturday last died at her house in Stephen's Green, the Hon. 
Lady Ann Pearce, relict of the late Sir Edward LOVETT, 
Pearce, Engineer and Surveyor General of Ireland. By her 
death, an Estate of 400/- a year in England, and a 
considerable personal fortune in Ireland, descend to her 
four daughters.