King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 27

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

Main families covered by my extracts include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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WMT J1827419NPDDIXONThomasEsqAt Durrow, near Kilbeggan, in this county, on the 7th inst. in about three hours illness, William Dixon, Esq., A.B., T.C.D. and eldest son of Thomas Dixon, Esq. of Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPBDIXONThomasEsqOn the 10th instant, at Abeline, Newtown Park, county Dublin, the lady of Thomas Dixon, Esq., of a son. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPDDIXONThomasMrAt Douglas, on the 27th ultimo, sincerely and deservedly regretted by a numerous and highly respectable circle of relatives and friends, Mr. Thomas Dixon, aged 49. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDDIXONWilliamEsqAt Durrow, near Kilbeggan, in this county, on the 7th inst. in about three hours illness, William Dixon, Esq., A.B., T.C.D. and eldest son of Thomas Dixon, Esq. of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1827503NPDDIXONWilliamEsqAt Durrow, near Kilbeggan, in this county, Wm. Dixon, Esq., A.B., T.C.D. SdeM
LC1827228NPADIXON MissAdvertisement for properties in LimerickNickR
FJ1820630NPDDOBBINCatherine (nee COOTE)MrsIn Eccles st, aged 74 years, Mrs Catherine DOBBIN wife of the Rev dr DOBBIN of St Mary's and vicar of Finglas. She was sister to the late Chidley COOTE Esq of Ashhill co Limerick and aunt to Sir Charles COOTE Bt of Ballyfin, in the Queen's coNickR
LGA1820630NPDDOBBINCatherine [nee COOTE]MrsIn Dublin in her 76th year Mrs Catherine DOBBIN wife of the Rev Dr DOBBIN rector of St mary's Dublin & Vicar of Finglas. She was sister to the late Chidley COOTE Esq of Ashhill in this co & aunt to Sir Charles COOTE of Ballyfin Queens coNickR
FJ1814704NPDDOBBINJaneMrsOn Sunday last, in the 83rd year of her age, at the house in Brown street Cork, Mrs Jane DOBBIN sister of the Rev Dr DOBBIN; rector of St Mary's and Vicar of FinglasNickR
LGA1811809NPSDOBBINLeonardEsqArmagh Assizes ... Loughlin KENNAN [Laughlin KEENAN in Peter Maybury's convict site], for falsly pretending and affirming that one John MCFARLAN was a deserter, and thereby obtaining from Leonard DOBBIN, Esq. the pro-collector, the sum of one pound. Guilty -- to be transported for seven years.NickR
FJ1770125-27NPDDOBBINWilliamEsqAt Cork in an advanced age William DOBBIN Esq Deputy Comptroller and Customer of the port of CorkNickR
LC1769116NPMDOBBINWilliamRevThe Rev. William DOBBON, to Miss Catherine COOTE.NickR
FJ1769114-17NPMDOBBINWilliamRevThe Rev William DOPPIN (recte DOBBIN) to Miss Catherine COOTENickR
FJ1814704NPDDOBBINWilliamRev DrOn Sunday last, in the 83rd year of her age, at the house in Brown street Cork, Mrs Jane DOBBIN sister of the Rev Dr DOBBIN; rector of St Mary's and Vicar of FinglasNickR
FJ1820630NPDDOBBINWilliamRev DrIn Eccles st, aged 74 years, Mrs Catherine DOBBIN wife of the Rev dr DOBBIN of St Mary's and vicar of Finglas. She was sister to the late Chidley COOTE Esq of Ashhill co Limerick and aunt to Sir Charles COOTE Bt of Ballyfin, in the Queen's coNickR
LGA1820630NPDDOBBINWilliamRev DrIn Dublin in her 76th year Mrs Catherine DOBBIN wife of the Rev Dr DOBBIN rector of St mary's Dublin & Vicar of Finglas. She was sister to the late Chidley COOTE Esq of Ashhill in this co & aunt to Sir Charles COOTE of Ballyfin Queens coNickR
FJ1823131NPDDOBBINWilliamRev DrDied on Tuesday the 28th inst in his 91st year, William DOBBIN DD (formerly fellow TCD) rector of St Mary's and Vicar of Finglas ...NickR
LC1834709NPMDOBBINWilliamRev DrAt Drumcondra church, Dublin, by the Very Rev Dean of Emly, John CORNWALLIS Esq to Elizabeth daughter of the late Thomas SMITH Esq barrister and granddaughter of the late Rev Dr DOBBINNickR
FJ1836408NPDDOBBINWilliamRev DrOn the 2d inst, Mrs Jane FERGUSSON, widow of John FERGUSSON Esq of Mulburry Hill and daughter of the late Dr DOBBIN, formerly FTCD, Rector of St Mary's, DublinNickR
FJ1782720-23NPBDOBBIN  At Finglas, the lady of Rev Dr DOBBIN of a daughterNickR
WMT J1826907NPMDOBBSConway RichardEsqAt Warrenpoint Church, Conway Richard Dobbs, Esq. to Charlotte Maria, daughter of the late William Sinclair, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMDOBBSElizabeth John Jones, of Jubba, in the County of Wicklow, Esq., to Elizabeth Dobbs, of Usher's-court. SdeM
FJ1767919-22NPMDOBBS MissAt Carrick on Shure, Mr DOBBS gauger to Miss HOWE and Mr LEWIS gauger to Miss DOBBSNickR
FJ1767919-22NPMDOBBS MrAt Carrick on Shure, Mr DOBBS gauger to Miss HOWE and Mr LEWIS gauger to Miss DOBBSNickR
Pue'sO1755429NPN/SDOBBYNRobertEsqSame day [Saturday last] Robert DOBBYN Esq was unanimously elected Recorder of the City of Waterford upon the resignation of Edward LEE Esq late Recorder thereofNickR
WMT G1835305NPBDOBBYNWilliamRevOn the 23d ultimo, at Callan, the lady of the Rev. William Dobbyn, of a daughter. SdeM
FJ1842603NPMDOBSONEliza At Newtownards church, Robert CROKER Esq of Cork to Eliza relict of Capt Peter DOBSON of the 3d Buffs (see other notice 7 May 1842)NickR
FJ1842507NPMDOBSONElizabeth On the 3d inst, at Newtownards, co Down, Robert CROKER Esq to Elizabeth eldest daughter of Peter DOBSON Esq of Dairy Hall, Newtownards (see other notice 3 June 1842)NickR
WMT J1830708NPADOBSONJohnGentCHANCERY. Mary Dobson, Plaintiff. Park Dobson, and others, Defendants. ... I require all Persons to whom John Dobson, Gent., Mary Dobson, Spinster, and Sarah Dobson, Widow, all deceased, and all late of Kilnenuagh, in the County of Westmeath, respectively, were respectively indebted at the times of their respective deaths ... SdeM
WMT J1830708NPADOBSONMary CHANCERY. Mary Dobson, Plaintiff. Park Dobson, and others, Defendants. ... I require all Persons to whom John Dobson, Gent., Mary Dobson, Spinster, and Sarah Dobson, Widow, all deceased, and all late of Kilnenuagh, in the County of Westmeath, respectively, were respectively indebted at the times of their respective deaths ... SdeM
WMT J1830708NPADOBSONPark CHANCERY. Mary Dobson, Plaintiff. Park Dobson, and others, Defendants. ... I require all Persons to whom John Dobson, Gent., Mary Dobson, Spinster, and Sarah Dobson, Widow, all deceased, and all late of Kilnenuagh, in the County of Westmeath, respectively, were respectively indebted at the times of their respective deaths ... SdeM
FJ1842603NPMDOBSONPeterCaptAt Newtownards church, Robert CROKER Esq of Cork to Eliza relict of Capt Peter DOBSON of the 3d Buffs (see other notice 7 May 1842)NickR
FJ1842507NPMDOBSONPeterEsqOn the 3d inst, at Newtownards, co Down, Robert CROKER Esq to Elizabeth eldest daughter of Peter DOBSON Esq of Dairy Hall, Newtownards (see other notice 3 June 1842)NickR
WMT J1830708NPADOBSONSarah CHANCERY. Mary Dobson, Plaintiff. Park Dobson, and others, Defendants. ... I require all Persons to whom John Dobson, Gent., Mary Dobson, Spinster, and Sarah Dobson, Widow, all deceased, and all late of Kilnenuagh, in the County of Westmeath, respectively, were respectively indebted at the times of their respective deaths ... SdeM
FJ178710o3NPMDODD CaptMr John WILSON of College Green to Miss DODD of the county Antrim sister and sole heiress of the late Capt DODD of the West IndiesNickR
WMT J1827726NPMDOGHERTYCMissAt Larne, Mr. James Hanna, of Colerain, to Miss C. Dogherty of Larne. SdeM
WMT G1835108NPDDOHERTYGMajOn the 26th ultimo, at his residence in Stephen's-green, Dublin, Major G. Doherty, 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment, only son of Colonel Doherty, late of the 13th Light Dragoons. SdeM
WMT J1834410NPDDOHERTYJ EMrAt Ballinacally, County Clare, Mr. J.E. Doherty. SdeM
WMT J1828327NPDDOHERTYJohn (jun)EsqAt Outrath, county Tipperary, John Doherty, jun., Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827412NPDDOHERTYLeonard (jun)EsqIn Cashel, Leonard Doherty, jun., Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1830720NPSDOHERTYPatrick Bridget MACNAMARA murderNickR
WMT G1835625NPBDOHERTY Chief JusticeOn the 11th instant, in Ely-place, Dublin, the lady of Chief Justice Doherty, of a son. SdeM
WMT G1835108NPDDOHERTY ColOn the 26th ultimo, at his residence in Stephen's-green, Dublin, Major G. Doherty, 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment, only son of Colonel Doherty, late of the 13th Light Dragoons. SdeM
WMT J1823522NPMDOLANJane Mr. Wm. Beaghan, merchant, to Jane, daughter of the late Patrick Dolan, Esq. of Gaulstown, Co. Louth.SdeM
WMT J1823821NPDDOLANMichael In this town, Mr. Michael Dolan, butcher.SdeM
WMT J1823522NPMDOLANPatrickEsqMr. Wm. Beaghan, merchant, to Jane, daughter of the late Patrick Dolan, Esq. of Gaulstown, Co. Louth.SdeM
Pue'sO1742202NPSDOLANThomas Yesterday came on at the King's Bench Bar the tryals of Charles MC DONNEL, Stephen JONES and Thomas DOLAN for robbing Charles COOTE Esq of a gold watch and other things on the 21st of January last in King's street and were all found guiltyNickR
WMT J1823227NPMD'OLIERRichard HenryRevRev. Richard Henry D'Olier, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late George Lennon, of Drumraney, in this county.SdeM
WMT J1824916NPMDOLPHINCharlotte On Thursday, the 9th instant, at Aughrim Church, County of Galway, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore, the Rev. Samuel Medlicott, of Loughrea, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Dolphin, 6th West India Regiment.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMDOLPHINHenry JosephEsqAt Holly Park, in the County of Galway, by the Rev. Dean Kelly, Henry Joseph Dolphin, of Summer-hill, in said County, Esq., to Margaret Sarah, eldest daughter of Pierce Blake, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1829101NPDDOLPHINHenry JosephEsqOn the 21st inst. at Summer Hill, in the County of Galway, of a tedious illness, which she bore with exemplary fortitude and resignation, in the 29th year of her age, Margaret Sarah, wife of Henry Joseph Dolphin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829101NPDDOLPHINMargaret SarahMrsOn the 21st inst. at Summer Hill, in the County of Galway, of a tedious illness, which she bore with exemplary fortitude and resignation, in the 29th year of her age, Margaret Sarah, wife of Henry Joseph Dolphin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824916NPMDOLPHIN ColOn Thursday, the 9th instant, at Aughrim Church, County of Galway, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore, the Rev. Samuel Medlicott, of Loughrea, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Dolphin, 6th West India Regiment.SdeM
WMT J18261123NPDDOMBRAINJEsqOn Saturday last, in Leeson-street, Maria, infant daughter of J. Dombrain, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18261123NPDDOMBRAINMaria On Saturday last, in Leeson-street, Maria, infant daughter of J. Dombrain, Esq. SdeM
FJ1836229NPMDOMVILLEChristopherEsqOn the 23d of February, at Bath, Christopher DOMVILLE, Esq, brother to Sir Compton DOMVILLE, Bart, of Santry House, co Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen RAM, and Lady Charlotte RAM, of Ramsfort, co WexfordNickR
FJ1836229NPMDOMVILLEComptonSir BtOn the 23d of February, at Bath, Christopher DOMVILLE, Esq, brother to Sir Compton DOMVILLE, Bart, of Santry House, co Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen RAM, and Lady Charlotte RAM, of Ramsfort, co WexfordNickR
LC_LM1774314NPDDONAGHFrancisEsqAt Drogheda, Francis DONAGH Esq, one of the Aldermen of that city.NickR
LC_LM1774317NPMDONALDSONAnnMissCork: Christopher CONRON, Esq; to Miss Ann DONALDSON, of BelfastNickR
WMT J18261116NPDDONALDSONAugustusEsq Commander R NOctober 30, at Calais, on his return to England, Augustus Donaldson, Esq., Commander R.N. SdeM
WMT J18281106NPMDONALDSONDRevIn Mullabrac church, by the Rev. D. Donaldson, A.M., the Rev. Philip Ryan, A.B. to Ellen, relict of the late T. Collins, Esq. of Dublin, and daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Tenison, a Governor of the county Wicklow. SdeM
WMT G1835514NPDDONALDSONJoseph On the 4th instant, in Eccles-street, Dublin, Joseph, youngest son of the late Colonel Donaldson. SdeM
WMT G1835514NPDDONALDSON ColOn the 4th instant, in Eccles-street, Dublin, Joseph, youngest son of the late Colonel Donaldson. SdeM
LJ1791509NPDDONEGANLaurence Esq, MDLast week, in Charlevile, Laurence DONEGAN, Esq, M. D.NickR
LJ1791509NPDDONEGANLaurence Esq, MDLast week, in Charlevile, Laurence DONEGAN, Esq, M. D.NickR
WMT J18281106NPDDONELANAnthonyEsqAt Tower Lodge, county Galway, after a few days' illness, Anthony Donelan, Esq. SdeM
FJ1828630NPMDONELANJohn On the 26th June, John DONELAN eldest son of Malachy DONELAN, of Ballydonelan, in the co Galway, Esq to Honoria, daughter of Christopher USHER of East Well in the same county, EsqNickR
LHMA17891019NPMDONELLON Miss[Dublin] Dr. SHERIDAN, of Navan, to Miss. DONNELLON, of Oristown., co. Meath.NickR
LGA1820222NPSDONELLYDaniel Death of DONELLEY
The celebrated Irish pugilist, Daniel DONELLEY, died at his porter house, in Greek-street, Dublin, on Friday noon, in consequence of the bursting of a blood-vessel. He was in the forty-fourth year of his age, and had always enjoyed excellent health. His remains were waked on Saturday night in a due form.
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LGA1820229NPSDONELLYDaniel The Irish Champion DONELLY, was buried in Bully's Acre on Sunday last followed to the grave by, perhaps 80,000 people. His friends put him no less than nine feet into the earth to save him from the Surgeons. A monument to his memory is about to be erected by subscription.NickR
LEP-CS18301102NPSDONNELEN  An armed partty attacked the house of a man named LEE, at Glanstada, County Clare, last week, with a view of taking away his daughter. They succeeded in getting possession of their dear object, when LEE's two sons, in the most heroic manner, rushed on the party and rescued their sister. One of the party was severely injured from the blow from a scythe, his name is DONNELEN, and has not been since heard of.NickR
WMT J1825203NPDDONNELLANJ FEsqAt Maryborough, in the Queen's County, the Lady of H.P. Delaney, Esq., Attorney-at-Law, and daughter to the late J.F. Donnellan, of Breay Castle, Co. Galway, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1831503NPSDONNELLANJohn A Case of great distress:—The two orphan daughters of the late John DONNELLAN, Bookbinder, for the last 30 years—a hard working and well conducted Tradesman in this City—are now in a state of absolute want, to which they have been reduced by the ill health, and consequent decline of business their father had to endure for some considerable time before his death. They are without and relative here, and as their object is to proceed for Dublin where they have some friends likely to protect them, they humbly appeal to a generous and feeling public for the smallest donation to enable them to rescue themselves from their present affliction. As a small sum would enable these poor females to reach Dublin we make the appeal on their behalf. Any donation will be received for them at this and other Newspaper Offices, by the several Booksellers and Stationers, and gratefully acknowledged in the Public Journals, by these poor children of an old citizen driven by misery and want from the place of their nativity.NickR
LEP-CS1831510NPSDONNELLANJohn The children of the late John DONNELLAN, Bookbinder, thankfully acknowledge the receipt of five shillings from a Lady, per Mr P. O'GORMANNickR
LC1783306NPDDONNELLANWilliamMrLast night died William DONNELLAN, book-binder, a native of this City, who served his apprenticeship to Mr. John CHERRY. He has left a Wife with six children, the youngest of whom not three months old; the loss of such a man, whose labour supported a large family, may be felt but cannot be described. Such benevolent persons as are disposed to relieve them, are requested to send their benefactions to Mr. George HALLORAN, Mr. FERRAR, Mr. WATSON, or Mr FLYN.NickR
WMT J1825414NPMDONNELLYAlicia In Athlone, Robert S. Blenner, of Blennerville, Esq., to Alicia, daughter of the late Doctor, and niece to Rear Admiral Donnelly. SdeM
WMT J1828612NPDDONNELLY AdmIn Athlone, at an advanced age, Mrs. Donnelly, sister-in-law to the late Admiral Donnelly. SdeM
WMT J1825414NPMDONNELLY DrIn Athlone, Robert S. Blenner, of Blennerville, Esq., to Alicia, daughter of the late Doctor, and niece to Rear Admiral Donnelly. SdeM
WMT J1828612NPDDONNELLY MrsIn Athlone, at an advanced age, Mrs. Donnelly, sister-in-law to the late Admiral Donnelly. SdeM
WMT J1825414NPMDONNELLY Rear AdlIn Athlone, Robert S. Blenner, of Blennerville, Esq., to Alicia, daughter of the late Doctor, and niece to Rear Admiral Donnelly. SdeM
WMT J1828529NPDDONOGHOEWilliamMrOn Monday, Mr. Wm. Donoghoe, late of Bolton-st. SdeM
FJ1851813NPMDONOHOEJohnEsqAugust 12, at Seapoint House, Rostrevor, by the Rev Bernarrd MOONEY, PP James KERNAN of Cavendish Row Dublin Esq to Mary eldest daughter of the late John DONOHOE of South Earl street Dublin EsqNickR
FJ1851813NPMDONOHOEMary August 12, at Seapoint House, Rostrevor, by the Rev Bernarrd MOONEY, PP James KERNAN of Cavendish Row Dublin Esq to Mary eldest daughter of the late John DONOHOE of South Earl street Dublin EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830226NPSDONOHUEJohn Committed to the County Limerick gaol by James BENNETT, Esq., David DUNNE, for violently assaulting Patrick MOLONY; By Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Bridget ORMSBY, for robbing the dwelling house of John DONOHUE, by William MASSY, Esq., Maurice FLYNN, for being of an armed party who attacked a dwelling house; administered unlawful oaths, and stole some beef.NickR
LEP-CS18311108NPSDONOHUEPatrick The following conviction took place at the county Galway sessions:—Patrick DONOHUE, a native of Gort, and old offender, four times in gaol, for stealing a shawl, to be transported for seven years. See Peter Mayberry's convict pageNickR
FJ1831524NPMDONOVANAlexanderEsqAt Franfield, Thomas BRADDELL Esq eldest son of Col BRADDELL Esq of Prospect, co of Wexford, to Ann eldest daughter of Alexander DONOVAN of Framfield Park, co SussexNickR
ClonmAdv1832314NPMDONOVANAlexanderEsqIn Cork, Samuel JERVOIS Esq of Clontuff, to the eldest daughter of Alexander DONOVAN of Squince house EsqNickR
FJ1831524NPMDONOVANAnn At Franfield, Thomas BRADDELL Esq eldest son of Col BRADDELL Esq of Prospect, co of Wexford, to Ann eldest daughter of Alexander DONOVAN of Framfield Park, co SussexNickR
LEP-CS18281205NPMDONOVANCatherine At Rosscarbery, near Cork, Jas. ADAMS, Esq. of Ballynan, to Catherine, daughter of D. DONOVAN, EsqNickR
LC17831129NPSDONOVANCornelius see Richard DONOVANNickR
LEP-CS18281205NPMDONOVANDEsqAt Rosscarbery, near Cork, Jas. ADAMS, Esq. of Ballynan, to Catherine, daughter of D. DONOVAN, EsqNickR
Pue'sO1755513NPSDONOVANDaniel Same day [Sat last] Daniel DONOVAN and Bartholemew GERAGHTY for burglarously entering the haouse of John ELLIOTT, and taking goods to the value of 4 shillings, were committed by to Kilmainham Goal William CHAMBERLAIN Esq one of the JPs for the co DublinNickR
WMT J1828508NPMDONOVANMaria James S. Hackett, Esq. of Middleton, to Maria, third daughter of the late Simon Donovan, Esq. of the city of Cork. SdeM
LGA1812925NPMDONOVANMelianMissIn Cork R EVANSON Esq of Friendly Cove Co Cork to Miss Melian DONOVAN daughter of the late Morgan DONOVAN Esq of thatCityNickR
CJEA1809511NPMDONOVANMichealMrIn Rathkeale Church, of Limerick, Printer and Bookseller, to Miss DONOVAN, daughter of the late Mr Michael DONOVAN, of Adagh, co. LimerickNickR
FJ1766513-17NPMDONOVANMorganEsqA few days ago at Cork, Morgan DONOVAN Esq of the Great Island to the amiable Miss Melian FRENCH, daughter of Savage FRENCH Esq with a fortune of £5000NickR
LGA1812925NPMDONOVANMorganEsqIn Cork R EVANSON Esq of Friendly Cove Co Cork to Miss Melian DONOVAN daughter of the late Morgan DONOVAN Esq of thatCityNickR
LGA1814125NPDDONOVANMorganEsqSunday evening, in Cork Mrs DONOVAN, relict of Morgan DONOVAN EsqNickR
LC1824703NPSDONOVANPatrick Patrick DONOVAN and John WHITE, who were last night apprehended by the Police for attacking, in Broad Street, Patrick DREW, (who resisted a party of insurgents at Clarina some time since,) were fully committed to Jail from the Petty Sessions Court.NickR
LC1824728NPDDONOVANPatrick See Patrick DREWNickR
FJ1814201NPDDONOVANRichardEsqAt the house of her son-in-law, Richard DONOVAN Esq of Ballymore, co Wexford, Mrs RICHARDS relict of Goddard RICHARDS Esq of Grange in the same co, & only daughter of Archdeacon HEWETSON of Thomastown Kilkenny,.. 72 ... persons of her immediate familyNickR
LC17831129NPSDONOVANRichard (Batty Rag)   Cork Nov. 27.  Monday night last a little boy Richard DONOVAN, (nicknamed Batty Rag) was detected stealing a brass candlestick from an house in Hanover-street.  A Gentlewoman took him into examonation and sent for Mr. Larn WRIGHT, one of the Peace Officers, by whose vigulance, the assistance of Mr. ROWE, jun. and the Boy's information, they apprehended Richard HAWES, Gardiner, and Mary his reputed wife, of Curry's Rock; Cornelius DONOVAN, catied Couaghureen, a seller of old iron at the end of Chatre's-lane; Jeremiah CALLAHAN, a notorious Pimp of Wooden's lane; Mary BOWES, and Elinor CONNELL, of Three Hatchet-lane, and one KELIHER and his wife of Blarney-lane, against whom the boy with another of his conferates, Laurence WHITE, discovere3d them to be their encouragers, and purchasers of all the stole goods.  The party of Larkers (which they were termed) constituted of Michael O'BRIEN, Taylor, Pierce BUTLER, Teigeen, a Horse Jockey, and BRITT, a cobler's son, who have all made off, and were accomplices of the said DONOVAN and WHITE, now in custody. There are some others of the Receivers who have fled from justice.  By the above knot of villains there has been stolen within these few months to the amount of some hundred pounds, which the boys have confessed, chiefly in plate, wearing apparel, house linen, candlesticks, kettles, &c. many articles of which Mr. WRIGHT has lodged in Alderman WRIXON's Office.NickR
WMT J1828508NPMDONOVANSimonEsqJames S. Hackett, Esq. of Middleton, to Maria, third daughter of the late Simon Donovan, Esq. of the city of Cork. SdeM
WMT J18291210NPMDONOVANTheodosia Cavendish At Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford. SdeM
FJ1807319NPMDONOVAN MissOn Monday the 6th inst, George BRADDELL Esq of Prospect, co Wexford to Miss DONOVAN of FitzWiliam SquareNickR
CJEA1809511NPMDONOVAN MissIn Rathkeale Church, of Limerick, Printer and Bookseller, to Miss DONOVAN, daughter of the late Mr Michael DONOVAN, of Adagh, co. LimerickNickR
LGA1814125NPDDONOVAN MrsSunday evening, in Cork Mrs DONOVAN, relict of Morgan DONOVAN EsqNickR
LC_LM1774317NPSDONOVAN  One DONOVAN, an apprentice to Mr. DERMOT Silversmith was with his Mother committed to Jail, for robbing his Master to a considerable amount; the boy's Sister has turned King's evidence.NickR
LC1825709NPSDOOLANMichael A man named James CONWAY was murdered within a few miles of Listowel, on Monday, for simply driving his cow into a field where a bull was at pasture; the owners perceiving he wanted to have the benefit of the animal, without their permission, set upon hm and beat him so unmercifully that death was the immediate consequence. Two of the assailants, William DOOLAN and Michael DOOLAN, were committed to Tralee Gaol the next day, for murder.NickR
FJ1801606dNPSDOOLANPeter On Wednesday last, by direction of the superintendent Magistrate Mr WILSON, the peace officer, with the assistance of petty constables apprehended John MAGRATH; Mat WHELAN, Thos KELLY, Hugh LAUGHLIN and Peter DOOLAN charged with robbingNickR
WMT J1827322NPMDOOLANRichard ASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
LC1825709NPSDOOLANWilliam A man named James CONWAY was murdered within a few miles of Listowel, on Monday, for simply driving his cow into a field where a bull was at pasture; the owners perceiving he wanted to have the benefit of the animal, without their permission, set upon hm and beat him so unmercifully that death was the immediate consequence. Two of the assailants, William DOOLAN and Michael DOOLAN, were committed to Tralee Gaol the next day, for murder.NickR
LC1825409NPSDOOLAN MrOn Thursday the grand Steeple Chase, which excited so much of the public curiosity, was run, at Kilmallock.--The field was attended by a number of fashionable sporting characters, and at 8 o'clock, five horses started from near Athlacca Church, and after a smart run, in which some excellent jockeyship was exhibited, Paddy from Cork, the property of Mr. DOOLAN, won in capital stile. Two of the gentlemen were thrown during the race, but not injured.NickR
WMT J1826105NPBDOPPINGA J In Gardiner's-street, Dublin, on the 2d inst., the lady of A.J. Dopping, Esq., of Lotown, in this County, of a son. SdeM
WMT J18241125NPSDOPPINGAnthonyEsqThe following are the names of the Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the office of High Sheriff, for this County for the ensuing year:-
The Hon. John Browne, Galston House.
Anthony Dopping, Lowtown, Esq.
Robert Batty, Ballyhealy, Esq.
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WMT J18251208NPSDOPPINGAnthonyEsqDUBLIN CASTLE, 28TH NOV. 1825. Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year:- ... LONGFORD - Alexander Kingston, of Mosstown, Esq., Longford; Barry Fox, of Fox-hall, Esq., Edgeworthstown; James Barber, of Mossvale, Esq., Granard. ... MEATH - Anthony Dopping, of Culmellen, Esq.; ... SdeM
WMT J1825210NPNDOPPINGAnthony J Anthony J. Dopping, of Lowtown, Esq. has been appointed High Sheriff of this County for the present year. SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMDOPPINGAnthony JohnEsqOn Monday, the 10th instant, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Joshua Darcy, Rector of Lacka in the Diocese of Kildare, Anthony John Dopping, of Lotown-house, in the County Westmeath, Esq. to Sarah, eldest daughter of John Grogan, Esq. of Harcourt-street, in this City.SdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDOPPINGAnthony John see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDOPPINGCatherine see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDOPPINGDorothea see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1823313NPSDOPPINGJohnEsqHIGH SHERIFFS.
(From the Dublin Gazette)
Dublin Castle, 3d. March, 1823.
His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint the following Gentlemen to be High Sheriffs for the ensuing year:-
...
LONGFORD – John Dopping of Frankfort, Esq.
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WMT J18281106NPSDOPPINGJohnEsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18231113NPMDOPPINGMary Ann On Saturday last, in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Joshua D'Arcy, Rector of Lacka, in the Diocese of Kildare, Edward Bateman, of Rosetown, County Kildare, Esq., to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Dopping, of Lotown-house, County Westmeath, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231023NPADOPPINGSamuelEsqCOUNTY OF WESTMEATH.
TO BE LET,
From the 1st day of November next,
For such Term as may be agreed upon,
The Lands of Corralstown, as held by the late Samuel Dopping, Esq. containing about 220 Acres. These Lands, which are of good quality for Grazing or Tillage, are situate on the Turnpike Road between Kinnegad and Mullingar, within six miles of the latter and three of the former Town.
Proposals will be received by Peter Purdon, Esq., Killucan.
October 20, 1823.
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WMT J18231113NPMDOPPINGSamuelEsqOn Saturday last, in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Joshua D'Arcy, Rector of Lacka, in the Diocese of Kildare, Edward Bateman, of Rosetown, County Kildare, Esq., to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Dopping, of Lotown-house, County Westmeath, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDOPPINGSamuel HOME CIRCUIT.- TRIM ASSIZES.
MOST IMPORTANT TRIAL.
Lessee of Dorothea Dopping and Catherine Dopping, a. Anthony John Dopping, Esq.
This was an ejectment on the title, for recovering the vast estates of the late Samuel Dopping, of Lotown, in the County of Westmeath, Esq., brought by the plaintiffs as his co-heiresses at law, against the defendant, who claimed these estates under a will executed by the said Samuel Dopping, bearing date the 25th November, 1820. This will the plaintiffs alleged to be a Forgery, and the question at issue was, whether the will was genuine or fabricated, the onus lying on the defendant, and his counsel had to begin. Mr. Pennefather, who was brought down specially, stated the defendant's case, it was one of the finest displays of forensic eloquence ever heard in a court of justice; it occupied five fours, and there was loud and prolonged applause when he concluded. The examination of defendant's witnesses occupied until three o'clock on the second day of trial, and the case was so completely made out, that on the defendant's counsel having stated they had closed, Mr. Blackburne, who was brought down specially by the plaintiffs, now rose and said, that on consultation with the other Gentlemen concerned with him, they had come to the determination of submitting to a non-suit, it being admitted that the will had been most satisfactorily proved. This announcement was received by the loudest acclamation and cheering; indeed to such an extent was it carried, that the Judge was obliged to interfere to suppress it. The Jury declared that after the proceedings of the first day, their minds were made up. The crowds of tenants who were waiting the issue, outside the court house, caught the sounds of the cheering within, and the street of Trim, presented the greatest scene of confusion, so much so, that neither coach or horseman could pass for some time. The tenants wanted to chair the defendant to his lodgings, who declined it, and found it most difficult to effect his way through the crowd. Thus has terminated a suit, which if considered wither with respect to the stake at question, or the exertions made by the parties litigant, has nothing for many years to compete with it.
Counsel for the plaintiffs, Sir H. Meredith, Messrs. Blackburne, Farrell, Tickell, Marclay, Purdon, and Arabin. Agent, Mr. Josias Dunn.
Counsel for the defendant, Messrs. Pennefather, Wallace, D'Arcy, Cruise, and Ardill. Agent, Mr. William John Moore.
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WMT J1824715NPDDOPPINGThomasEsqOn the 13th instant at Lotown House, in this County, of a pulmonary complaint, in the 16th year of his age, Thomas Dopping, Esq. Though his career in this life was a short one, the progress he had made in learning was incredible, and rapid beyond example; but above all in the Christian knowledge he was most matured. During a protracted and painful illness he frequently proclaimed his full conviction in the all propitiatory atonement of our glorious Redeemer, the efficacy of whose pardoning blood he had vitally experienced; and dying saint-like calling upon Jesus to take and to succour him; he breathed his last rejoicing in Him as his Prophet, his Priest, and his King.SdeM
WMT J1830819NPSDOPPING MrLONGFORD ELECTION. ... On the high Sheriff again making proclamation for a second candidate, Thos. Auchmuty, Esq., of Brienstown, rose and said - ... Mr. Dopping, of Derrycarran, here rose and said - ... SdeM
WMT J18271018NPADOPPING MrsCOUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET the lands of LOTOWN, For such Term as may be agreed on, either the whole or in large divisions. The Lands of LOTOWN, in the County of Westmeath, containing above 600 acres of meadow and feeding ground of the best quality. These lands are situate within 30 miles of Dublin, 2 miles of the Royal Canal, 6 miles of Mullingar, and 3 of Kinnegad. Application to be made to Mrs. Dopping, Lotown House, if by letter post paid. Thomas Mangan of Lotown will shew the lands. Mullingar, October 18, 1827. SdeM
FJ1766930-04NPMDORANEdwardMr JunMr Edward DORAN jun of Walting Street, to Miss Catherine CHRISTIAN of the Inns QuayNickR
LEP-CS18331105NPSDORANJRev DrAt George's Church, Dublin, the Rev. J DORAN, L.L.D. To Jane, daughter of the late Samuel WALKER, EsqNickR
WMT G1835115NPBDORAN MajAt the New Barracks, Limerick, the lady of Major Doran, 18th or Royal Irish Regiment, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMDOUGLASA SSir Capt RNAt Naples, the Chevalier de Dupont, Inspector General of the Customs and Revenue Departments of his Sicilian Majesty, to Miss Douglass[sic], second daughter of the late Sir A.S. Douglas, Knt., Captain in the Royal Navy. The ceremony was performed by the Lord Bishop of Ossory. SdeM
LGA1809809NPMDOUGLASArchibald EdwardRevLately at St George Hanover Sq London Rev Archibald Edward DOUGLAS rector of Carallway and Ougtreagh in Ireland to the Rt Hon Lady Susan DREW daut of the Earl of DUNMORENickR
WMT J1823508NPDDOUGLASCatherineCountess Dowager MortonOn the 25th ult. at her house, in Park-street, London, the Rt. Hon. Catherine, Countess Dowager Morton.SdeM
WMT J1827705NPDDOUGLASCharlesLtIn Cheltenham, Lieutenant Charles Douglas, of the Royal Horse Artillery. SdeM
WMT J1827802NPMDOUGLASElizabeth Emma William Hamilton Ash, Esq. of Ashbrook, Co. Londonderry, to Elizabeth Emma, daughter of the late Hon. John and Lady Frances Douglas. SdeM
WMT J1827802NPMDOUGLASFrancesLadyWilliam Hamilton Ash, Esq. of Ashbrook, Co. Londonderry, to Elizabeth Emma, daughter of the late Hon. John and Lady Frances Douglas. SdeM
WMT J1825505NPMDOUGLASFrederic NorthMrsOn Tuesday last, at the parish church of Weston, near Weedon, Northamptonshire, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Hely Hutchinson, second son of the Hon. Francis Hely Hutchinson, and nephew of the Earl of Donoughmore and Lord Hutchinson, to the Hon. Mrs. Frederic North Douglas. SdeM
LC1824630NPSDOUGLASJamesEsqJohn CROKER, Esq. is elected Mayor of Clonmel, and Wiliam CHAYTOR, and James DOUGLAS, Esq. Bailiffs thereof.NickR
WMT J1827802NPMDOUGLASJohnHonWilliam Hamilton Ash, Esq. of Ashbrook, Co. Londonderry, to Elizabeth Emma, daughter of the late Hon. John and Lady Frances Douglas. SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDDOUGLASMaryMrsOn the 16th instant, at New Birmingham, County of Tipperary, Mary Douglas, widow of the late Matthew Douglas, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDDOUGLASMatthewEsqOn the 16th instant, at New Birmingham, County of Tipperary, Mary Douglas, widow of the late Matthew Douglas, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1828912NPDDOUGLASSusanLadyAt Dieppe, Miss Georgina DREW daughter of the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS and John DREW Esq, granddaughter to the late and niece to the present Earl of DunmoreNickR
LC18321013NPDDOUGLASSusanLadyAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq, Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
LH18321015NPDDOUGLASSusanLadyAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW, daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
WMT J1823515NPDDOUGLASSylvesterLord GlenbervieAt Cheltenham, in the 80th year of his age, [Sylvester Douglas] Lord Glenbervie.SdeM
WMT J18291022NPBDOUGLASS LadyOn Saturday, the 10th instant, in Fitzwilliam square, Lady Douglass, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMDOUGLASS[SIC] MissAt Naples, the Chevalier de Dupont, Inspector General of the Customs and Revenue Departments of his Sicilian Majesty, to Miss Douglass[sic], second daughter of the late Sir A.S. Douglas, Knt., Captain in the Royal Navy. The ceremony was performed by the Lord Bishop of Ossory. SdeM
FJ1858729NPMDOWDALLAnsitasia July 28, at Kingstown, Arthur Charles CROKER Esq late HM 77th Regt, youngest son of the late Richard Hare CROKER, Lt-Col 18th Hussars, to Asistasia, only child of Henry DOWDALL, of Domoinick street, solicitor and granddaughter of Henry DOWDALL Esq late of Ballymahon, co LongfordNickR
WMT J1833919NPADOWDALLGeorge In the matter of Geo. Dowdall, a Bankrupt. ... the Bankrupt's Estate and Interest in All That and Those, the lands of Terlicken, Lacken, Ballyglasson and Ramspark, situate in the county of Longford ... For rentals and particulars of incumbrances, &c., apply to James A. Weldon, Solicitor, 29, Lower Ormond Quay, Agent for the mortgagee in said Deed mentioned; or to James Newcomen, Solicitor, Agent for the Assignee, 4, King's Inns Quay, Dublin. SdeM
FJ1858729NPMDOWDALLHenryEsqJuly 28, at Kingstown, Arthur Charles CROKER Esq late HM 77th Regt, youngest son of the late Richard Hare CROKER, Lt-Col 18th Hussars, to Asistasia, only child of Henry DOWDALL, of Domoinick street, solicitor and granddaughter of Henry DOWDALL Esq late of Ballymahon, co LongfordNickR
WMT J18231106NPMDOWDALLLukeEsqOn the 27th inst. in Ballymahon Church, Luke Dowdall, Esq., of Ballymahon, to Sarah, third daughter of Edward Whitley, Esq., of the same place.SdeM
WMT J1827111NPMDOWDENSusannahMissAt her brother's, Parade, Cork, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Sloan, Mr. Walter Richards Osborne, eldest son of the late Mr. John Osborne, of Castle-st., to Miss Susannah Dowden. SdeM
WMT J1825421NPMDOWKERHoward On the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade. SdeM
WMT J1830401NPMDOWLINGAmelia Catherine On the 20th instant, in Ballinrobe Church, by the Rev. John Stephenson, Mr. Robert Hardy, Excise Officer, to Amelia Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Savile Dowling, of that town. SdeM
LGA1813611NPMDOWLINGJohnEsqLast night, in Patrick Street, John DOWLING, of Newcastle, co Limerick, Esq to Mrs MAC DONNELL, widow of Mr Joseph MAC DONNELL, of this city, and sister to Villiers PEACOCKE, of Dooneen, in this county, EsqNickR
LGA1815203NPSDOWLINGMichael A few days since, that active magistrate, Edward WILSON, Esq. assisted by a party of the Forfarshire militia, apprehended, near Castle Durrow, Michael DOWLING, Michael KAVANAGH, and Thomas TYNAN, who are positively charged with the murder of Kyran CAMPION, a herd of Mr. LITTON's, near Johnstown.— They were, on Sunday last, committed to Kilkenny gaol. Upon this occasion, Mr. WILSON received much assistance from Mr. LAURENSON, chief constable. Mr. WILSON afterwards went went in pursuit of Maurice GRIMES and Edward LABARTE, both of whom he took into custody, and committed them to the gaol at Maryborough. They were charged with being part of the gang that were concerned in the dreadful outrage at Cullahil in October lastNickR
WMT J1830401NPMDOWLINGSavileMrOn the 20th instant, in Ballinrobe Church, by the Rev. John Stephenson, Mr. Robert Hardy, Excise Officer, to Amelia Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Savile Dowling, of that town. SdeM
CG HA1790227NPSDOWLINGTimothy Limerick, Feb. 25. Monday last was committed to the county jail, by Charles CONYERS, Esq; Patrick REDDIN, charged with feloniously stealing 88 guineas and a pair of silver buckles the property of Timothy DOWLING, of New-Castle. From the circumstances that appeared since he was apprehended, he is suspected to be one of the gang that lately robbed Mr. Stephen CREAGHE of the county Cork.NickR
WMT J1825407NPDDOWLINGVincentEsqAt his house at Kentish Town, London on Tuesday morning, aged 69, after a long indisposition, Vincent Dowling, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827412NPMDOWLINGWalter BlakeEsqWalter Blake Dowling, of Carraroe, county of Galway, Esq. to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Joseph Burke, of Green-hills, county Mayo, Esq.SdeM
LC17921110NPSDOWLING MrEnnis, November 5, Last Tuesday, Mr. DOWLING, pro Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDIN, Supernumerary Guager, seized in the suburbs of this town, a quantity of leaf tobacco, destroyed a private tobacco manufactory, and lodged the utensils in the Customs House stores.NickR
LC1792728NPMDOWMANCatherineMiss[Cork] Yesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, Mr. John MAYBERRY, to Miss Catherine DOWMAN, of this city.NickR
LS1841816NPSDOWMAN Mr SheriffReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREWNickR
WMT J1823731NPMDOWNESAbrahamRevOn Wednesday last, at Birr Church, by the Rev. Abraham Downes, Henry William Hobbs, Esq. of Millbrook-Lodge, King's County, to Matilda, youngest daughter of the late G. Bayly, Esq. of Newtown, County Tipperary.SdeM
LEP-CS18301126NPMDOWNESBridgetMissIn Rathkeale, Captain GILL, Barrackmaster of that town, to the truly agreeable Miss Bridget DOWNES.NickR
LEP-CS1829127NPDDOWNESEdwardEsqLast week, in Rathkeale, at an advanced age, deservedly lamented, Mrs DOWNES, widow of the late Edward DOWNES, Esq. ...NickR
LJ1791523NPSDOWNESJohnEsqEnnis, May 19, last week, John DOWNES, Esq; Inspector of Excise, assisted by Mr. A. KING, and two detachments of the 69th Regt. from Clare Castle, destroyed the following private distilleries:—three at Tulla, where they seized one worm—one at the Cross-roads near Tulla, and seized a still, head, and worm—and one near Jasper's pound, where they seized the worm, and spilled a large quantities of potale and finings; after which the seizures were brought in here and lodged in his Majesty's stores.
Mr. DOWNS also conveyed here and lodged in his Majesty's stores, assisted by Messrs PURCELL and REDDEN, Excise Officers, two large Brewing Pans, which they seized at private Breweries in Six mile-bridge.
From Mr. DOWNES's activity and perserverance, the country in general as well as the fair trader, already feel the benefit of his exertions.
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LC1793313NPSDOWNESJohnEsqLast Monday, John DOWNES, Esq; Surveyor of Excise, brought into town, and had lodged in his Majesty's Stores, three hogsheads of smuggled Whiskey, which he sized near this town.NickR
LGA1808426NPMDOWNESJohnEsqLast Saturday by special license by the Rev Robert WELDON, Francis DREW of Drewscourt Esq to the amiable and accomplished Miss DOWNES daughter of John DOWNES of Ennis EsqNickR
LGA1809210NPSDOWNESJohnEsqPrivate DistilleriesNickR
FJ1809215NPSDOWNESJohnEsqLast week, John DOWNES and Alexander KING Esqrs Surveyors of Excise accompanied by Mr W REDDAN Pro Surveyor, Mr T PURCELL probationary Guager and a detachment of the 7th Dragoons proceeded from Ennis to the parish of Kilnoe, Maynoe and Island where they remained from the 1st to the 5th inst during which time they detected eleven private distilleries and five private malt houses all at full work, several stills were seized with considerable quantity of malt ...NickR
LC1810307NPSDOWNESJohnEsqJohn DOWNES, Esq; of Loughrea, the father-in-law of Francis DREW, Esq; of Scariff, who was killed in a duel near Dublin the 21st ult. has offered a reward of £50 ster. for the apprehension of his opponent, and also the person by whom he was accompanied to the fatal spot.NickR
LC1783715NPDDOWNESJohngrocerLast Saturday much regretted by all her acquaintance, Mrs. DOWNES, wife of Mr. John DOWNES, grocerNickR
LC1796615NPDDOWNESJohnMrYesterday, in Mary's-street, much regretted, Mr. John DOWNES, Grocer.NickR
LEP-CS1831201NPDDOWNESJohnMrAt his house, in Clare Street, Limerick, yesterday morning, Mr. John DOWNES, aged 68 years. He was for many years on the retired list of his Majesty's Revenue, and one of the oldest members of the Masonic Order in this City. His remains are to be interred in St. Mary's Church-yard on tomorrow with full Masonic honors.NickR
LC1799306NPDDOWNESJohnMrsLast night in Mary's Street, much lamented, Mrs. DOWNES, relict of Mr. John DOWNES, late of this City, grocerNickR
LC1785512NPADOWNESJohn Joh Downes, Creagh Lane, has received a fresh Parcel of Genuine Porter, which he sells bottled as usual
Limerick, May 12, 1785
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LS1837922NPSDOWNESPatrick beating of tithe bailiff and 2 assistants; Michael LILLIS, Bailiff, his son John and Patrick DOWNES assistants ... property of James TOOMEY of Clorhane in this co civil bill decree, and at suit of the Rev Edward CROKER of Croom ... 4 years arearsNickR
LEP-CS1830716NPMDOWNESRRevAt Lymington, by the Rev R DOWNES, vicar, Charles LONDON Esq MD physican of that place to Magracia eldest daughter of the late Wm RYVES Esq of Ryves Castle, county LimerickNickR
WMT J1829604NPMDOWNESSamuelMrMay 28, Samuel Gore, third son of Mr. Samuel Downes, of Camden-street, to Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant Abraham Moulton, of the 23d Light Dragoons. SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMDOWNESSamuel Gore May 28, Samuel Gore, third son of Mr. Samuel Downes, of Camden-street, to Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant Abraham Moulton, of the 23d Light Dragoons. SdeM
LC1792317NPSDOWNESWilliamEsqLetters patent have been passed under the Great Seal of this kingdom, constituting and appointing William DOWNES, Esq; on of his Majesty's Justices of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench, in the room of John BENNETT, Esq; deceased, and yesterday he was sworn before the Lord Chancellor accordingly.NickR
LGA1808426NPMDOWNES MissLast Saturday by special license by the Rev Robert WELDON, Francis DREW of Drewscourt Esq to the amiable and accomplished Miss DOWNES daughter of John DOWNES of Ennis EsqNickR
BNL1796328-01NPSDOWNES Mr JusticeEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
LGA1819810NPSDOWNES RevExecutionNickR
LEP-CS1829505NPSDOWNES Rev MrThe Rev Mr DOWNES thankfully acknowledges the recipt of 10l., per Rev Richard DICKSON, from C. B. BARKER, Esq. for the erection of a chapel at Ballybrowne, County Limerick.NickR
LC18271006NPSDOWNEYJames James DOWNEY, a convict, escaped from Carlow Gaol, on Tuesday, after scaling a wall of 20 feet. In the fall, blood gushed from his nose and eyes; and, thou' an active pursuit was made, he evaded his guards.NickR
LGA1812211NPSDOWNEYWilliam Committed—By Eyre EVANS Esq. to the county jail, on Thursday, William READY, Willim DOWNEY, Patrick ROONAN, John CASEY, and Patrick LEE, charged with felony, unlawful assemblies, and buglary in the house of D. BERKELEY, of KilmallockNickR
LGA1811412NPSDOWNEY  Cork Assizes
DOWNEY v. MONTGOMRERY
This was an action of considerable elucidation to the relation that subsist between landlord and tenant, and the issue manifested that though the former may be the superior he cannot be the tyrant of his tenant. The damages were laid at £2000; and there was a verdict for £500.
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LC_LM1774314NPSDOWNINGAndrew Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
WMT J1824205NPMDOWNINGAnn On the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMDOWNINGCatharineMiss In St. Andrew's Church, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. James Nevin, Joseph Alexander Goulding, Esq. of Thomas street, to Miss Catharine Downing, of Dame street. SdeM
WMT J1824205NPMDOWNINGDawsonEsqOn the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1824812NPDDOWNSA.RevLast week, at an advanced age, the Rev. A. Downs, Rector of Birr, in which town and neighbourhood he exercised his long and useful ministry.SdeM
LC1827310NPSDOWNSJohn Robert M'MAHON, for bigamy, Augustine FITZGERALD, for sheep stealing, James M'MANUS, for cow stealing; and John GALVIN and Jerry SULLIVAN, for larceny, all to be transported for seven years. John and Michael DOWNS and James MANGAN, for manslaughter, to be transported for seven years. John GORMAN, for murder of James O'DONNELL at a hurling match, guilty of manslaughter— like sentence. Thomas KEATING, for same offence, acquitted. Pat CONNERY, for sheep stealing—guilty—not sentenced.NickR
LEP-CS1830702NPSDOWNSJohn Committed to Ennis Jail, by Randal BOROUGH, Esq., Thomas BANINGTON alias BURANE, for the murder of John DOWNS.NickR
LC1827825NPSDOYLEAnnMissAt Galway Assizes, last week, the case of breach of promise of marriage, In which Miss Ann DOYLE, of Galway, was plaintiff, and Mr. Hugh CLARKE, of Loughrea, was defendant, came before a crowded Court and Jury. Damages laid at 5000l. The lady is of a respectable family and of considerable personal attractions—the fickle suitor wealthy, but beyond the meridian of life. The Jury marked their displeasure of his bad taste and want of honor, by a vedict of 1000l. and costs. Mr. O'CONNELL led for the plaintiff, and Mr. NORTH, M. P. for defendant.NickR
LEP-CS18281007NPN/SDOYLECharlesMaj GenAddress to Maj Gen Charles DOYLE .... George T CROKER ScartNickR
FJ18471202NPMDOYLEJEsqOn the 28th of November, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Richard STACK, and afterwards at the lady's residence Rathmines, by the Rev W J MULHALL, CC of St Andrew's, Westland row, Edward CHAPMAN Esq of Erne street, to Margaret youngest daughter of J DOYLE Esq of Grey Stones, co WicklowNickR
FJ1860104NPDDOYLEJames Death of Centenarians.—Our obituary this week records the death of James DOYLE of South Hylton, near Sunderland, on the 24th instant, at the extraordinary age of one hundred and seven years. Deceased was a native of Ireland, and papermaker by trade. —Sunderland Herald. The oldest man in Newport, Richard ROURKE, aged one hundred and three years, died here on Monday, having all his senses and the use of his limbs preserved to the last. The deceased was engaged in the great Irish rebellion, and it was to this town he escaped in a coaling vessel from bing arrested on that memorable occasion. During the few past months a few kind-hearted gentlemen subscribed towards his maintenance, but he was always dutifully cared for by "his boy", as the old man used to term his son, who is rather an aged man, working as ajourneyman printer. —Bristol Mercury.NickR
WMT J1823327NPDDOYLEJohnGen Sir BtAt an advanced age, on Tuesday the 11th instant, at her house in Baggot- street, Dublin, Mrs. Bushe, sister to General Sir John Doyle, Bart., G.C.B. and K.C., and mother to the Lord Chief Justice Bushe.SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPMDOYLEJohnMrMr. John DOYLE of Mountrath-street, to Miss SAVAGE of Nicholas-streetNickR
WMT J1823904NPMDOYLEJoshua At the Friends' Meeting-house, Lynn, county Norfolk, Joshua Doyle, late of Cork, to Elizabeth Clarke, of Downham, eldest daughter of the late Zachary Clarke.SdeM
LEP-CS1833122NPADOYLELaurence C Kilmallock General Dispensary.
A General Meeting of the Subscribers to the above Dispensary is requested at Hussey's Inn, Kilmallock, on Saturday, the 26th instant, to audit the accounts for the past year, and make arrangements for the current.

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H ALLEN  Joseph ATKINSON  Part 02
Joseph ATKINSON  Robert BARLOW  Part 03
Sarah BARLOW  William BEATTY  Part 04
Catherine BEATY  John BENNETT  Part 05
John BENNETT   BEVERHOUDT  Part 06
BEVIN  Alexander BLOOD  Part 07
Benjamin BLOOD  Catherine Cole BOWEN  Part 08
Christopher BOWEN  John BRAY  Part 09
J BREDIN  Joseph BROWNRIG  Part 10
Rosanna Bridget (nee LEE) BROWNRIG  Nathaniel Edward BUTLER  Part 11
Pierce BUTLER  Joseph CARROL  Part 12
Thomas CARROL  Robert CHADWICKE  Part 13
Robert CHADWICKE  Amelia CHRISTIAN  Part 14
Anastasia CHRISTIAN  Richard CLOSE  Part 15
Robert Barry CLOSE  Anthony CONNELL  Part 16
Barbara CONNELL  Charles Eyre COOTE  Part 17
Charles Eyre COOTE  Robert COOTE  Part 18
Robert COOTE   CRAMPTON  Part 19
CRAMPTON  Edward CROKER  Part 20
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 21
Henry CROKER  Maria Sophia [nee LASCELLS] CROKER  Part 22
Marianne CROKER   CROKER  Part 23
CROKER  Georgina CUYLER  Part 24
Lambett D[R]EW  Paul DE PEYRONNET  Part 25
Pierre-Denis DE PEYRONNET  Thomas DIVETT  Part 26
Thomas DIXON  Barry DREW  Part 27
Barry DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 28
Pierce William DREW  Lawrence DURACK  Part 29
Lawrence DURACK  Thomas ELRINGTON  Part 30
ELRINGTON  Catherine FAULKNER  Part 31
W C FAULKNER  Laurence FITZGERALD  Part 32
M FITZGERALD  G E FORMAN  Part 33
John FORRESTAL  Bartholemew FRERE  Part 34
George FREWEN   GEORGE  Part 35
Elizabeth GEORGE[SIC]  William GOGGIN  Part 36
William GOGGIN  Marinne GRANT  Part 37
Mercia Maria GRANT  Richard GREVILLE  Part 38
Richard F GREVILLE  Hans HAMILTON  Part 39
Hans HAMILTON  (nee DENNIS) HARRISON  Part 40
Elizabeth (nee WINTER) HARRISON  George HEHIR  Part 41
James HEHIR  Ellen HILL  Part 42
G L HILL  Samuel HOLMES  Part 43
Samuel HOLMES   HUGGARD  Part 44
HUGGINS  Robert INGRAM  Part 45
INGRAM   JESSOP  Part 46
JESSOP   KEARNEY  Part 47
Hugh KEARNS  Alexander Speer KERR  Part 48
John KERR  David H LAMBERT  Part 49
John LAMBERT  William LAWRENCE  Part 50
LAWRENCE  John LEE  Part 51
John LEE  Joseph LENNARD  Part 52
Charlotte LENNON  Richard Pennefather LLOYD  Part 53
Rick LLOYD  James LYONS  Part 54
James D LYONS   MAHAFFY  Part 55
MAHAFFY  George MASSEY  Part 56
George [Eyre] MASSEY  Daniel MAUNSELL  Part 57
Daniel Henry MAUNSELL  John MCFARLAN  Part 58
Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY  Terence MIHAN  Part 59
Terence MIHAN  Andrew MOLONY  Part 60
Anne MOLONY  Isaac MORGAN  Part 61
James MORGAN  Robert MURPHY  Part 62
Thomas MURPHY  Jeremiah NOONAN  Part 63
James NORCOT  Samuel R ODELL  Part 64
Sarah ODELL   OLIVER  Part 65
OLIVER  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 66
Thomas PAKENHAM  Joseph PEACOCKE  Part 67
Joseph PEACOCKE  Maria Helena PERSSE  Part 68
Matilda PERSSE  Richard PLUMMER  Part 69
Cecilia Matilda PLUMPTRE  John PURCELL  Part 70
John PURCELL  John REDDAN  Part 71
John REDDAN  Phoebe RIDGEWAY  Part 72
Patrick RIEDY  Alexander ROSE  Part 73
Christopher ROSE  George RYAN  Part 74
Gertrude RYAN  Henry SANDFORD  Part 75
SANDFORD  A SHEARES  Part 76
Davis SHEARIN  Richard SMALLMAN  Part 77
Richard SMALLMAN  James SPLAINE  Part 78
Delilah SPOKES  Elizabeth Catherine STOPFORD  Part 79
James STOPFORD  Graves Chamney SWAN  Part 80
Graves Chamney SWAN  Theophilas Morris SYMMS  Part 81
Theophilas Morris SYMMS  William TAYLOR  Part 82
William TAYLOR  Austen TOOHEY  Part 83
Bent TOOLE  Robert TYNDALL  Part 84
TYNDALL  Cadwallader F WADDY  Part 85
Cadwallder WADDY   WALLACE  Part 86
WALLACE  Mary WEEKS  Part 87
Nicholas WEEKS   WHITE  Part 88
WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 89
Edward WILSON   WILSON  Part 90
WILSON   WYLDE  Part 91
Robert WYLEY    Part 92

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