Acheson IRWIN of Drumsilla, Co. Leitrim.
Died; Richard BENSON , formerly ledger keeper in the Treasury; at Dunmanway,
Rev. Sir Michael COX, bart.; at Portarlington, Capt. Francis BAILLIE; on the
20th, Morley SAUNDERS of Saunders Grove; Anthony PERIER, late one of the High Sheriffs of this city.
Ads: Sarah WILEY, alias Desart, has left her husband Andrew WILEY, Cororeagh, barony of Inishowen, Co. Donegal, farmer.
The ship Elizabeth is expected from Norway, David BROWN, master; to go
to Newcastle and Philadelphia about Aug. 20; Alderman Wm. LECKY, agent.
Sat. Aug. 1. 1772
The following were sentenced to death; John DUNN for the murder of Patrick QUIN; William ROE for<br>the murder of Edward MORAN; John CASEY for the murder of Thomas FENNINTON;
John DUDGEON for robbing the house of Earth. Harrold;
Daniel KELLY for stealing seventeen sheep from Thomas WHELAN. Bella STAPLETON, for robbing the house of John CARNEY,
to be hanged, but she was with child.
Dennis MURRAY, to be transported for stealing clothes from the bleach field of James FIELD.
Valentine DEVATT to be whipped for picking pockets. James KEATING to be pillored and imprisoned for riot and
assault on a watchman.
John ROBINSON, to be burned in the hand for manslaughter. John MAXWELL, same.
Bankrupts: Alexander COAGH, Co. Tyrone, linen draper, bleacher, etc.;
Edward CORCORAN, Dublin, shop keeper; John ANDERSON, Dublin, silk weaver.
Cork, July 23.
The ship Hopewell, Archibald LONG, from New York, 22 days out spoke with the brigantine William, John THOMPSON,
from Newry to Virginia with servants, 19 days out...all well.
Philadelphia, June 11.
Saturday last arrived here the ship Jupiter, Capt. EWING, from Londonderry, who landed 430 passengers at Newcastle.
Weds., Aug. 5, 1772.
Eugene M'CANNA, convert to Ch. of Ireland., Church of Benburb, Co. Tyrone.
Married: at Augher, Co. Tyrone, George LEIGH to Miss Mary WILSON;
Benjamin LEE of Merrion to Miss SMITH of Drogheda;
Thomas KELLY, surgeon, to Widow BROWN;
Thomas ARMITAGE, bookseller, to Miss Betty WILLIAMS of Chapelizod.
Died: at Maddenstown, Mrs. Ormsby VANDELEUR;
at the seat of the Earl of Milltown, the Lady of Hon. Brice LEESON;
Michael WALDRON, attorney;
William LUFFINGHAM, linen draper.
Sat. Aug. 8, 1772
Dublin, Aug. 4.
Born: two sons to Lady Viscountess POWERSCOURT, Sunday.
Married: at Kilmurry,<br>Tobias HORAN of Newcastle near Limerick to Miss MEREDITH.
Ads: Alice GOURNEY or CAY, wife of Joseph GOURNEY of Waterside, Londonderry, has left him.
Died: last Thursday, Thomas MOORE of this city, merchant.
Tuesday last was executed at Lifford Neal DOUGHERTY, for the murder of Mr. ARMSTRONG at Cam in Co. Donegal;<br>died penitent; a Roman Catholic, age 30.
Cleared out, the Nancy, Chevers, for Wilmington with passengers.
Weds. Oct. 7, 1772
Dublin, Oct. 3.
Died; Thursday, Ford LAMBERT, Earl of Cavan (?); at Newton, Co. Roscommon,
Bankrupt: Charles HEARN of George's St., upholder.
Sat. Oct. 10. 1772
Married: James MAXWELL, surgeon of the Tyrone hospital, to Miss MAXWELL of Drum, near Lisburn; at Ballihaise, Co. Cavan,<br>Capt. STEWART of the Royal Irish Dragoons to Miss Alicia BLACKER of Co. Armagh.
Died: Thomas MONCK, a Burgess in Parliament for the borough of Old Leighlin;
at Bath, Edward BROWNE, formerly of the First Horse; at Kells, Mr. Val. CRUISE.
Weds. Oct. 14, 1772
Ads: All of the goods in his wholesale and retail drapery shop are to be sold at the house of the late Thomas MOORE.
Joseph SCOTT, Raphoe, to sell interest in MULLANGAR farm, subject to annuity of 10 pounds during the life of Mrs. ROUSE,
who is about sixty years old.
Sat. Oct. 17, 1772
Constantine MURPHY and Constantine CORRIGAN, converts to Church of Ireland, at Killesher, Diocese of Kilmore.
Married: at Strabane, Charles STEWART of Hornhead to Miss CHARLETON.
Weds. Oct. 21. 1772
Died: the Lady of Col. PEPPER; in Abbey St., Joseph Davenport of Lifford, Co.
at St. Wollston's, Henry SHANNON.
Cleared out, the Pennsylvania Farmer, ROBESON, for Philadelphia.
Died: a few days ago at Strabane, Miss Ann HAMILTON, daughter of Claudius HAMILTON, M.P.
Cleared out, the Pitt, McSHANE, for Baltimore in ballast.
Sat. Oct. 24, 1772
Died: a few days ago at Newtown Limavady, Alexander OGILBAY, bleacher.
Fri. Nov. 27, 1772
Sligo, Nov. 10.
Late Saturday night last was drowned Mr. William ALEXANDER.
Bankrupt: Thomas FORSTER, Dublin, merchant.
Married: in County Tyrone, Thomas YOUNG of Sandville to Miss Ann RIFE (RISE?) of Lisslane.
Tues. Dec. 1, 1772
Married: Lt. WATKINS of the 28th Regiment to Miss MITCHEL, daughter of Capt. MITCHEL of the 45th Regiment;
Charles COLHON of Sixmilecross, Co. Tyrone, to Miss Scarlet ANDERSON of same.
died Rev. Daniel JACKSON, age 84 (Church of Ireland);
at Galway, Captain M'iCay of the Highland Regiment.
Tuesday the 24th died James MAXWEL sr. of Omagh.
Fri. Dec. 4, 1772
Died: in Yorkshire, Viscount GALWAY, brother of General MONCKTON;
At Clontarf, William ROCHFORT, brother to the Earl of Belvedere.
The Boscawen, Captain MARSHAL, arrived in Philadelphia with passengers after an agreeable passage of six weeks.<br>The Hopewell of Londonderry, John WINNING, arrived at Philadelphia after five weeks, passengers all well.
Married: near Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone, Alexander FLEMING, formerly of the linen hall, Dublin, age 65,
and Mrs. Mary MITCHEL, age 76.
Tues., Dec. 8, 1772
Ads; Mention of the estate of the late Alderman HOGG.
Fri. Dec. 11, 1772
The Prince of Wales, Thomas MORRISON, master, from this port arrived safe at Baltimore with passengers after six weeks.
Tues. Dec. 15, 1772
Capt. John M'Gauran and his brig Delight were lost on the coast near Liverpool, with the
crew and twenty-six passengers from Drogheda.
Died in childbed last week, age 16, at Strabane, Mrs. HAMILTON,
lady of John HAMILTON of Dunemana,
daughter of the late Lord BOYNE.
LondonDerry News 1776
Fri. Aug. 2, 1776
Rev. James HEWET, eldest son of the Lord High Chancellor, to Miss POMEROY, daughter of<br>Arthur POMERO, member of parliament for Co. Kildare.
Died: July 4 at Westport, John EARL of Altamont, age 67;
July 18 at Castledawson, Co. Derry, age 84, Mrs. Catherine NICOLSON, daughter of the late Archbishop of Cashell;
in Watling st., Mr. FLOOD, skinner, by a fall from his horse;
at Drumcondra, Whitfield HARVEY, typographer;
in Werburgh st., John BELL, woollen factor;
in Abbey st., the Lady of Capt. ORMSBY.
Ads: Charles HARKIN, Prospect, Co. Tyrone, accused as accessory in the death of John M'CARTER,<br>Malin, Co. Donegal, has surrendered himself to the gaoler at Lifford.
Tues. Aug. 6, 1776
Monday, ___ NOWLAN , a soldier in the 66th Regiment, was shot in Phoenix Park for repeated desertions and robbery.
Fri. Aug. 9, 1776
Ads: Archibald COURREY, Belfast, Co. Antrim, accused as accessory in the death of Jane GORMLEY
alias SUTHERLAND, wife of Kennety SUTHERLAND, gardiner in Belvoir, Co. Down,
will surrender himself to the gaoler of Londonderry.
Tues. Aug. 13, 1776
David Nixon DONELLAN to Miss Cullen;
James PAGAN, merchant, Usher's quay, to Miss COPPINGER of Hawkins st.;
Thomas St. George, member of parliament, to Miss ACHESON, daughter of Lord GOSFORD, at Gosford Castle, Co. Armagh;
Died: in Leeson st., Rev, Dr. THOMSON, rector of Drumcree;
Died: last Friday, age 70, David ROSS, many years an alderman.
Fri., Aug. 23, 1776
Married: Rev. Alexander DOWNES to Miss JESSOP, King's Co.;
Will. M'KAY, attorney, to Miss CULTER of Summer-hill;
John CARLETON to Miss HODGSON of Ship St.
Died: on Usher's island, Mr. ARCHBOLD, paper-maker;
at Booterstown, Mrs. Robert PRICE;
in Nassau st., Master William BEAUFORT.
Tues. Nov. 5, 1776
George ALCOCK, George's Hill, was elected alderman in place of Alderman HUNT, deceased.
Fri. Nov. 8, 1776
Ads: Hugh O'DONNELL, Comber CLAUDY, not responsible for debts of his brother Richard O'DONNELL.
William Knox, KILCADDEN, acting executor of the estate of the late Charles RAMSAY, Dowish, Co. Donegal.
Deserted from the 3rd Foot (Buffs) at Castle Comber, Co. Kilkenny:
Patrick M'NAMEE, age 19 years 5 months, born Carrickghan, Co. Tyrone, laborer, enlisted at Strabane April last;
Michael M'COLGHAN, age 17, born Taughboyne, Co. Donegal, laborer, red hair, enlisted at Strabane April last;
and Patrick KELLY, age 17 years 7 months, born in parish of Conwell, Co. Donegal, laborer,<br>enlisted at Strabane April last; they all went off in their uniforms.
Fri. Nov. 15, 1776
Dublin, Nov. 11.
Married: at Belfast, Mr. RODGER, book seller, to Miss Elizabeth SLOSS;
Capt. John CAMPBELL to Miss MARTIN of Mecklenburgh st.;
Mr. PERRIN of Castle st., apothecary, to Miss ANDREWS of the Upper Coomb;
Mr. BURNET, Corke, merchant, to Widow PERRIER of Kevan st.
Died: Rev. Mr. KILLBURN, Presbyterian minister;
the wife of Rev. SAM. Kearnes of Cookstown;
Died: yesterday, Mrs. Margaret SCOTT, wife of William SCOTT, merchant of thiscity.
Tues. Nov. 19, 1776
Saturday evening died Mr. Patrick BRADLEY, publican, leaving a wife andchildren.
Fri. Dec. 6, 1776
Married: John BURKE, attorney, to Miss Eleanor HAMPTON of Capel st.;
Pat. STEWART, Newry to Miss Jane MOLLAN, Dungannon;
Died; in Stafford st., Mrs. COPE, sister to the Bishop of Clonfert;
at Newry, Mr. BURKE, broker;
in Winetavern St. Mr. LARKIN of the Rolls Office;
in Fishamble st. Pierce BYRN, attorney;
Tues., March 7, 1780
Died: at Rapho Sunday last, the Lord BISHOP of Rapho;
Tuesday last near Dungiven, the wife of Audley FANNING.
Fri., March 10, 1780
Died; Wednesday last, William DEERING, surveyor of excise in this city;
On the 5th at Rapho, Rt. Rev. Dr. John OSWALD, Bishop of Rapho.
Tues. March 14, 1780
Died: in England, Miss PATTERSON, daughter of Daniel PATTERSON of this city.
Fri. March 17, 1780
Married: at the Castle, Armar Lowry CORRY, a knight of the shire for Co. Tyrone, to Lady HARRIOT Hobart,<br>eldest daughter of the Lord Lieutenant.
Tues. March 21, 1780
Ads: Joseph SMITH and Pat GLEN, accused of being accessory to the murder of John KELLY,<br>late of Aughill, parish of Tamlaghtard, Co. Derry, will surrender themselves for the next assizes.
Tues. March 28, 1780
Robert BUNTON and Mich. RORKE, found guilty of the murder of James M'Gaurain, were to be<br>hanged and quartered on Saturday, May ____.
At the Omagh assizes: Joseph BELL was acquitted of the murder of Rev. Mr. SCOT;
John and Charles ROSS, found guilty of manslaughter in the death of ____ WILSON, to be imprisoned<br>twelve months;
James WILLIAMS was to be executed for horse stealing.
Fri. March 31, 1780
The noted M'CUE, with five of his gang (who have, for a long time past, infested part of the<br>counties of Tyrone and Fermanagh) were taken near Enniskillen by Volunteers, after robbing the house of<br>Mr. ARMSTRONG near that place.
At the Lifford assizes, _____ HAMILTON, for burglary, to be executed Tuesday<br>next; ______ MONACHAN, for stealing yarn, to be executed;
Richard and Catherine M'DEAD,<br>for robbing Martha JAMES, to be executed.
Ads: James SMITH, Cross, to sell the horse Sir Richard, formerly the property of Samuel SMITH, deceased.
Tues. April 4, 1780
A letter from Enniskillen. March 23, describing the capture of M'CUE, called Francis DOUGH,<br>after robbing the house of James ARMSTRONG of Lisgool and retreating past Pettigo into Co. Donegal.
______ MILLER, found guilty of breaking into a house and carrying off a young ?
Fri. July 7, 1780
Deserters from the 1st Horse, at Belturbet, June 14: David FULTON, age 23, born Donahedy, Co. Tyrone;<br>John M'CRAB, age 19, born Altaugderry, Co. Donegal, connected in some measure with<br>Capt. Robert M'CLINTOCK.
Tues. July 11, 1780
Belfast, July 7.
Tuesday last died James WHITE, Surveyor of Larne, by the bursting of a gun which was being fired<br>to salute him.
Tues. July 18, 1780
Ads: John GALLAGHER, Stradeigh, parish of Glendermot, not responsible for debts of his wife<br>Martha GALLAGHER, alias CARSWELL, who left him July 3.
Fri. July 28, 1780
________ FLEMING, wire drawer, Mary's lane, died of food poisoning; his wife and four children were saved.
Fri. Aug. 4. 1780
Died: Sir Robert WALTER, a commissioner of the Revenue.
Tues. Aug. 8, 1780
Died: Friday at Birdstown, near Londonderry, Mrs. BENSON, relict of Peter BENSON sr., of Birdstown,<br>aged 69 years, sister of Sir Henry HAMILTON, bart.
Tues. Aug. 15, 1780
Died: John HAMILTON of this city, aged 6_ years.
Ads: James JOHNSTON and Samuel JOHNSTON, both of Lisnagril, Co. Londonderry, farmers,
charged with the murder of Benjamin LINDSAY, late of Derrymore, Co. Londonderry,
will surrender themselves for the next assizes;
Jeremiah LINDSAY is the father of the deceased.
Fri. Aug. 25, 1780
Died: last Sunday at Cloyne, Rt. Rev. Dr. George CHINNERY, Bishop of Cloyne.
Tues. Aug. 29, 1780
Died: lately in England, Mrs. Susanna NESBIT, daughter of William PATTERSON of this city;
Saturday, Mr. Pat. TOY, for many years sexton of the cathedral church of the See of Derry.
Ads: Thomas JACKSON, accused in the murder of Philimy M'CLUSKEY, late of Culnafuliagh, Co. Derry,<br>willsurrender himself for the next assizes.
Tues. Sept. 5. 1780
Ads: Mary TOY, widow of the late Patrick TOY, will carry on her husband's glazing business with<br>the assistance of his workmen.
Tues. Sept. 12, 1780
Died: yesterday, Mrs. Samuel CURRY.
Tues. Sept. 19. 1780
At Galway, _________ MOUSLEY, a deserter, was tried and convicted of murder and robbery of a<br>peddler and murder of his own wife and child.
At the Omagh assizes: Stephen LOUGHMAN, for stealing cows etc., was to be executed on the 28th.
At the Lifford assizes: _______ BRADLEY, for horse stealing, was to be executed.
Tues. Oct. 17, 1780
At Attyrory, Co. Roscommon, near Ballinasloe, an armed mob went to the house of Malacky FALLEN and<br>there shot and killed Adam SHARPY of Knockhall and John GORDON, a servant of Mr. FALLEN<br>(and mortally wounded others).
Patrick DOWN and John FLANAGAN were apprehended at Grangemore near Ballinasloe and gaoled in Loughrea;
they were to be taken to Galway.
Fri. Oct. 20, 1780
Dublin, Oct. 17.
The Aurora, Simmons, from Dublin to Liverpool, was driven ashore on the coast of Wales yesterday<br>fo'night; Capt. COOKE (owner of the vessel), a Mrs. SHANNON, the mate, and two boys were among the dead.
Tues. Oct. 24, 1780
The body of Edward DWYER, revenue officer, was found near the Custom house;<br>
he had been missing for fourteen days after a disagreement with the captain of a Portugese vessel.
Fri. Oct. 27, 1780
Kilkenny, Oct. 18.
At the assizes: Gerald BYRNE, Patrick STRANGE, and James STRANGE were found guilty of carrying<br>away Miss Catherine and Miss Ann KENNEDY, with the intent that BYRNE and James STRANGE should marry them;<br>they were to hang on December 2. [See No. 888.]
Michael BLENHAM, for stealing a bullock belonging to John LALOR, to hang Dec. 2.
John MULLOWNEY, for killing and skinning a calf, to steal the skin, to hang on Nov. 10.
Patrick KELLY, guilty of a felony on the White Boy act. to hang Nov. 10.
Died; at Ballynakill, Queen's Co., John WOODWORTH, aged 112;
at Belaghy, Co. Derry, Capt. RANKIN.
Tues. Dec. 26, 1780
Married: at Kingston, Jamaica, Lt. JOHNSTON of the 88th Regiment to Miss BOGGS,<br>formerly of this city.
Tues. Jan. 9, 1781
Ads: George FULTON, about 27 years of age, born at Newtown Stewart, deserted from the 3rd<br>Horse on Dec. 24 and is supposed to have gone to near Omagh, where he has some relations.
Tues. Jan. 16, 1781
Ads: William DUNN, age about 20, born in the parish of Ballyachran near Coleraine, Co. Derry,<br>deserted from the 3rd Horse on furlough.
Fri. Jan. 19, 1781
The following soldiers of the 52nd Regiment were gaoled by Richard Blenerhasset, coroner, <br>for murder; John M'LAUGHLIN, Hugh WATERS, John DUKE, Peter O'NEAL, Thomas WHITE,<br>Henry DOHERTY.
Those murdered were<br>Florence SULLIVAN, Danny SULLIVAN, Denis SULLIVAN, Daniel M'CARTHY, and Florence M'GILLICUDDY,<br>all of Kilgarven in Glenerough, on December 20. Sergeant BELL and private David WHITE escaped.
Fri. Feb. 2, 1781
Died; Friday last, Mary, relict of Patrick TOY, late of this city.
Tues. Feb. 6, 1781
Married: near St. Johnston, Tristram GARY, aged 70, to Widow WOODS, aged 75;
John KINNEAR to Miss RANKIN; at Strabane,
John KEYS to Miss HAYS;at Omagh, Denis GALLAGHER, Drumrah, to Miss M'EVOY.
Fri. Feb. 9. 1781
Ads: Margaret COYLE alias GALLAGHER, wife of James COYLE of Taughboyne, has left him.
Tues.. Feb. 13, 1781
Married: Friday last at Strabane, James ORR to Catherine SMILY.
March 12. 1782
Married; Rev. Alexander HURST to Miss Summer, daughter of Rev. James TAYLOR, Smallbrook, Co. Tyrone.
Died: March 1, at his house in Leinster st., aged 74 years, Rt. Rev. Dr. John GARNETT, Lord Bishop of Clogher since 1758;
yesterday at his house in Abbey St., Francis FETHERTON, nearly twenty years an alderman of this city;
in Joseph's lane, John SCOTT, barber, of the injuries received in the Music hall.
Died: in Dublin, Richard DOBSON of Capel st., from a broken leg suffered in the Music hall.
Tues. March 12. 1782
Ads: Rewards are offered by Michael ROSS and William LENOX, sheriffs, for the apprehension<br>of the following, who escaped March 5 from the Londonderry gaol: Bernard DOUGHERTY, shoe maker,<br>charged with murder, formerly resided at Newtown Lemavady, about 35 years old;
Patrick DICKEY or DICKENSON or MURREN or McMULLEN, formerly lived in the Meentoghs near<br>Black Water Ford in Co. Armagh, aged about 32 years;
Alexander MARTIN, formerly lived in Newtown Leaiavady, aged about 35 years;
John MURRAY or MAGRAW, born Lisburn, Co, Down, aged about sixteen years;
Ezekiel Davis CROSS, formerly a servant, about 55 years old; William KING, born at Newtown Lemavady, about 24 years old;
James HOLMES, about 25 years old; and Elizabeth DERMOT or M'DERMOT, about 24 years old.
Tues. March 26, 1782
Ads: Claimants on the estate of the late Tristram CARY of Rushfield are to notify<br>George CARY, White Castle.
Tues. April 2, 1782
At the Downpatrick assizes, ______ KELLY, found guilty of stealing a horse and mare in<br>Co. Meath in February last, was to be executed April 30.
At the Carrickfergus assizes: John CAMPBELL,
found guilty of the murder of Joseph BARTON nearRoughtorch,
Co. Antrim, August last, is to die April 6;<br>
Richard KENNEDY, found guilty of stealing a gold watch of Richard MAUNSELL from the house
of David BURCHELL of Nineteen Mile House in Co. Kildare May last, to die April 6.
At the Omagh assizes: Owen and Michael M'Carrol, brothers, found guilty of the murder of<br>Pat. M'Bride at Ballygawly in 1779, are to die April 4.
At the Derry assizes, William Gibson, sergeant, and Peter Ryan, private, of the marines,<br>were found guilty of extorting money from Nola Farren, wife of Dennis Farren, who had<br>enlisted in said corps.
Tues. April 9, 1782
Married: at Castleton near Strabane, John Coningham of this city to Miss Elizabeth Campbell,<br>sister of the late Robert Campbell of Isia [Scotland].
Tues. April 16, 1782
Dublin, April 11. 1782
Wednesday fortnight ended the assizes at Armagh; Alexander and James Toulerton, father<br>and son, were found guilty of the murder of John Maneely
wife of James M'Crea of Donaghedy;
Sunday at Burt, Hugh Gay, aged 77 years;
James Osborne, innkeeper. Bishops gate.
Tues. April 15, 1783
Belfast, Apr. 11.
At the Down assizes: Pat. Gordon or M'Gurnaghan is to be executed Thursday the 17th<br>next at Drumbridge;
Stephen Gordon or M'Gurnaghan is to be executed at Castlewellan on Monday next, the 14th,<br>both for stealing linen;
George Brown is to be executed at Down in June for stealing linen;<br>John Wright is to be executed at Banbridge for stealing linen cloth there;
John Holmes (?) is to be executed at Downpatrick on July 11 for receiving stolen goods;
Edward Higgins and Ross Slatford (?) are to be executed at Downpatrick for burglary.
At the assizes here, William M'Mahon was found guilty of stealing a web of linen from a shop<br>in this city and is to be executed on July 2; during the trial is wife and brother were<br>detected picking pockets.
Died: yesterday, Alexander Major, Tullybrislan, near Muff in Co. Derry.
Ads: The brig Congress, William Chevers, from Newry for Philadelpha, passengers are<br>to board the 25th.
Tues. April 22, 1783
A man named Porter, his two sons, and his brother were killed by a party of soldiers when he<br>tried to recover his illegal still which they had taken, between Killygordon and Convoy<br>in Co. Donegal. His brother-in-law and cousin were among the wounded. Later, near Strabane a man<br>named Dougherty was seized by a mob and thrown into the river several times, as an informer against<br>illegal stills in the neighborhood.
Tues. April 29, 1783
Dublin, April 26.
Died: William Cleghorn, M.D. and lecturer in anatomy;
Mr. Alley, gun maker, by a fall from a horse;
Adjutant Booth of the 67th Regiment;
Rev. Mr. O'Mara of Mary's lane chapel;
F. Gilbert, attorney;
Daniel Reney, physician;
at Drumcork, Co. Tyrone, John Martin.
Died: at Ballybofey, _____ Basil;
Saturday, in Widows' row, Mary, relict of the late Rev. Mr. Gwyn, curate of the parish of Urney.
Ads; The brig Providence, James Fisher, 220 tons, at the Ship quay for Newcastle and<br>Philadelphia June 1.
Tues. May 13, 1783
On Sunday the ship Emelia of Belfast sailed for Philadelphia.
May 10, Owen Carroll,<br>James Kelly, and Pat Kane were executed at the front of Kilmainham<br>gaol for robbery.
The ship Mary, Arch. Stevenson, for Newcastle and Philadelphia, is delayed on her <br>oyage from Norway.
Married: Thursday last, Robert M'lntire to Miss Boggs;
Rev. Mr. Cairns to Mrs. Smith.
Died: at Newtown Limavady, Thomas Coningham;
near Muff, William Gillespy.
Tues. May 20, 1783
Dublin, May 17.
On Tuesday the 6th sailed the Congress. William Cheevers, 250 tons, from.. ?
Tues. Aug. 19, 1783
A letter from Baltimore: Major James M'Hendry, secretary to General Washington, was the<br>son of a grocer who lived some years in Belfast.
______ Burgess and ______ Godfrey were executed by hanging at the New Prison.
Died: Miss Beresford, daughter of Rt. Hon. John Beresford.
Tues. Sept. 2. 1783
Belfast. Aug. 26.
Yesterday sailed the Philadelphia Packet, Capt. Torrens, for Philadelphia with<br>linens etc. and 250 passengers.
Tues. Sept. 9, 1783
Died: Mr. J. M'Clenaghan, Convoy.
Tues. Sept. 16, 1783
Cork, Sept. 1.
Last night Lt. Wilson of the 32nd Regiment was killed by Lt. West, who has fled.
On Aug. 28 the ship Lord Templetown, Capt. M'Tier, sailed from Larne for Philadelphia with<br>200 passengers and linen.
Tues. Sept. 23, 1783
Sailed Friday the Snow Mary, Capt. Ross, for Philadelphia with Irish manufactures and<br>170 passengers.
Married: George Cary of White Castle to Mrs. Cary of Red Castle.
Cleared: the Liberty, Hartley, for New York.
Tues. Oct. 7, 1783
Belfast, Sept. 26.
Tuesday last sailed the Three Brothers for Philadelphia with 240 passengers.
Oct. 4. Londonderry.
At the Oroagh assizes, Bryan Quin, for breaking into the house of Mr. Maxwell<br>at Caledon and taking linen, was sentenced to be executed on the 20th;
William Cavenagh, for the rape of Ann Moor of Auchnacloy, age 8 years,<br>to be executed on the 20th.
Died: at Enniskillen, Hon. Godfrey Lill, Second Justice of the Court of<br> Common Pleas;
John Shell, one of His Majesty's Council at Law;
William Auchinleck, Mulvin near Strabane;
the Lady of James M'Clintock of Trintagh.
Ad: Placed by the passengers of the brig Franklin, Capt. Arch. M'Combe, from Newry who arrived at<br>Philadelphia Aug. 3, 1783, signed by:
William Dunlap Joseph Atkinson John Clarke Tho. Fleming
Tho. Greason Rob. Cochran Geo. Guthrie James Garland