News:  Freemans Journal, Births, Marriages, Deaths 11 Feb 

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On the 7th inst, in London, Lady HOWARD, of a daughter.

On the 6th inst, the Lady of Thomas DEEHAN, Esq., of 
Lower-Gardiner Street, of a son.


On the 5th inst, at Westport, by the Very Rev. Dean BURKE, 
John, eldest son of Francis WOODHOUSE, Esq., to Mary, 
youngest daughter of the late Stephen WALSH, esq., of same 

On the 2nd inst., John MITCHELL, Esq. of Newry, to Jane, 
only daughter of Captain James VERNER.

On the 7th inst, at Leicester, Peter RUTTLEDGE, of 
Ballinduff Castle, Co. Galway, Esq., to Charlotte Sophia, 
eldest daughter of George WEBB, of Leicester, Esq.

On the 7th inst, at Rodden, Somersetshire, the Rev. E. 
WRIGHT, Rector of Lytton, eldest son of Samuel WRIGHT, of 
Dysertlynn, in the County of Londonderry, to Frances EYRE, 
second daughter of the Rev. Edward EDGELL, of East Hill.

At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, F. CRUMPE, 
Esq. M.D., of Tralee, to Anna, relict of T. MARTELLI, Esq. 
Lieut in the Royal Navy.

On Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas DAVISON, of Drumfries, to Mrs 
Ellen SAUNDERS, of this city.

In Liverpool, George BURDETT, youngest son of the late 
Lovelace A. THOMAS, Esq., of Mount THOMAS, Co. Galway, to 
Mary, only daughter of the late Captain Elkidson, of 

On the 7th inst, William Bernard HARCOURT, of St. Leonard's, 
Berks, esq., to Elizabeth Georgiana HARRIET, eldest daughter 
of Hon. Colonel CAVENDISH.

On the 5th inst, by the Rev. Mr. O'CONNELL, P.P., Mr. T. 
FITZGERALD, of Thomas Street, to Maria Louisa, daughter of 
Mr. George DANNELLY, of South Great George's Street.


On Tuesday last in Kilkenny, at an advanced age, the Rev. 
Timothy RYAN, Catholic Dean of Ossory. Learned, pious, and 
sincere, he illustrated by the holiness of his life the 
purity of his religion and the sacredness of his ministry.

On the 1st inst, by an accident from a pistol, George 
Philip, second son of Robert Gun CUNNINGHAME, Esq., of 
Mount-Kennedy, Co. Wicklow.

On the 3rd Nov. last within one days sail of the Mauritius, 
Captain George HARE, of the Royal Artillery.

In Cork, on the 6th inst, John, eldest son of Robert HAIG, 
of Dodder Bank, Esq.

On Monday, the 6th inst, at Rose Villa, Circular Road, 
Phibsborough, after a short illness, Mr. Maurice NOLAN, of 
Dorset Street. The manner in which he performed all those 
duties that could endear him to his family, and his kindness 
to those with whom he was acquainted , will cause him to be 
long remembered.

On the 31st ult, at his residence, in Bolton Street, Mr. 
Andrew ELLIOTT, aged 59 years, deeply regretted by numerous 
friends and relations.