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ter of the rev. archdeacon Caulfield, of two daughters; who, with their mother are as well as can poffibly be expected. MARRIAGES.
MR. Henry Stains, of Camdenfreet, to mifs Brophy, of Abbeyfreet. Thos. Geale, efq. of the 87th regt. to mifs Thomas, eldest daughter of the rev. Henry Thomas-Alexander Perceval, efq. of Temple houfe, county Sligo, to mifs L'Eflrange, daughter to col. L'Eftrange, of Moystown, King's county-Lieut. George Mackay, of his majefty's 48th regiment of foot, to mifs Jemina Miffet, youngest daughter of the late James Miffet, of Dowdingtown, county Kildare, efq. -Francis Wallh, efq. of Athboy, to mifs Little, heirefs of the late John Little, efq. of Castlebrook, county Longford-At Galway, mr. Thomas Evans, of the excife office, to mifs Jane Rourke, eldest daughter of mr. Tho. mas Rourke, of the cuftom-houseJohn Boylan, of Micknantown, in the county Meath, efq. to mifs Dempfey, of Belley, in faid county-Mr. John Cullen, of Barrack-ftreet, grocer, to mifs O'Sullivan, of Pembroke quay.
AT his feat in the county of Sligo, fir Malby Crofton, bart. he ferved under the immortal Wolfe at the fiege of Quebec; he was univerfally esteemed, and is fucceeded in his title and eftates by his only fon, fir J. Crofton-In London, Charlotte Maria, countefs of Eufton, wife of the earl of Eufton, eldeft fon of the duke of Grafton At Ballyarthur, in the county Wick-' low, at the feat of the rev. James Symes, mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, aged 89-At Caftleblaney. Edward M'Cleland, efq. M. D.-In Upper-Exchange. ftreet, mrs. Sarah Going, wife of mr. G. Going, late of Montrath-At his houfe in Leefon ftreet, after a few days illness, in the 54th year of his age, Henry Hutton, efq. late an allerman of this city; a man univerfally efteem ed for the integrity and uprightnefs of his conduct, and for the amiable virtues of his private life-At an advanced age, mr. John Porter, of Raheen,
co. Wexford-At Gaulitown, in the co. of Westmeath, mrs. Lill, widow of the late Robert Lill, efq-At Cloghan, in the King's co. mrs. Armftrong, wife of mr. C. Armstrong, innholder-Hugh Hamilton, efq. of this city, portrait-painter-In Cork, mrs. Henderfon, of Carrick-on-Shannon-At Clarkeftown, co. Meath, in the 82d year of her age, mrs. Bomford, relict of Stephen Bomford, Rehan. ftown, efq.-Mrs. Wilder, wife of Mathew Wilder, efq. of Cattle Wilder, co. Longford-In New-Town-Barry, Thomas Devereaux, efq. firft lieut. of the Newtown Barry cavalry-At Bath, Angelina Borrowes, wife of William Borrowes, efq. and daughter to the right hon. fir Michael Smith, bart. fhe, without a groan or struggle, exchang ed this life, as it is humbly hoped, for a far better, in the 38th year of her age. By her furviving friends, as the was loved moft tenderly, and most de. fervedly, her lofs is felt and lamented very deeply--In Dominick-ftreet, of an apoplectic fit, James Kearney, efq. The character of this gentleman was ftrongly marked by a love of truth, a nice fenfe of honour, a diffufed benevolence, and kindness of manners the attachment of numerous friends, and the general admiration of acquaintance, have felt a fevere fhock on this occafion; his difpolition and acquirements were uncommon, and would have done honor to the moft cultivated department of fociety; but they were reflected with a particular luftre in his fituation, he being avery eminent attorney-At Providence, in the Queen'scounty, mrs. Elizabeth Hovenden, wife of Richard Hovenden, efq. late lieutenant of the 21t dragoons At Donoghmore, in the county of Wicklow, the rev. Jofeph Tennifon; he was a good clergyman, a good magistrate, a good hufband, a good father, and an amiable man-At his feat at Caftle. town, co. Louth, in the 55th year of his age, the rev. James EaftwoodAt New-Market on Fergus, co. Clare, Michael O'Farrell, aged 95 years, 70 of which he was well known, and acknowledged as king of the mendicant tribe of the province of Munter.