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On the 27th ult., at the Savings’ Bank, in her 82d year. Anne, relict of the late Christopher Christian, Esq., of this city.
— On Tuesday last, in the Parish Church of Kilmore, by the Rev. Edward M. Taylor, Wm. Langtry, of Moyallen, in the County of Down, Esq., to Catherine Isabella, youngest daughter of the late George Walker, of Annahill, in this county, Esq.
— On the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. O’Brian, R.C.C., Mr. John Fannon, of Monaghan, Merchant, to Miss Hughes, Thomas-street, Armagh.
— On the 25th ult., in Kilmore Church, by the Rev. E. M. Taylor, Mr. William Langtry, Strabane, to Catherine Isabella, only surviving daughter of the late George Walker, Annahilt, county Armagh, Esq.
FRESH ARRIVALS OF IRONMONGERY GOODS.
JAMES RIDDALL BEGS to announce to his Customers and the public generally, that he has within these last few days received a considerable addition to this Stock of BIRMINGHAM & SHEFFIELD GOODS, viz:
A lot of very elegant Fenders; a large Stock of Britannia Metal Goods, consisting of Tea-pots, Coffee-pots, Egg-cups, Cruet-frames, Dish-covers, &c., all of the newest shapes and most superior quality.
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE-FURNISHING ARTICLES.
All of which, together with his former elegant and extensive STOCK of HARDWARE, he is determined to sell on moderate terms. J.R. desires to call public attention to the manufacturing department of the establishment, in which he is enabled to makeup all sorts of Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, Iron Gates, Railings, Safes, and general Smithwork in the best style of Workmanship, and at such prices as will, he trusts, secure him a preference in the public estimation. 26, English-street, Armagh, 2d Dec. 1844.
THOMAS JACKSON & Co.,
MILITARY & GENTLEMEN’S BOOT & SHOEMAKERS,
19, Scotch-st., Armagh.
JACKSON & Co., in soliciting the custom and patronage of the Nobility and Gentry of Armagh and its vicinity, beg to say that they have opened the above Establishment with an Extensive Assortment of
WELLINGTON AND CLOTH BOOTS; ALSO IMPROVED BUCKLE BLUCHER BOOTS, AND THE CELEBRATED BUCKLE SHOES,
with a variety of other Shoes, suited for the present season, all of which they can with confidence recommend, being manufactured of the best materials, and by first-rate workmen, under their own superintendence. The Repairing department attended to with care and punctuality. December 2, 1844.
PROSPECTUS OF THE NEWRY AND ENNISKILLEN RAILWAY,
With a view of the further extension to Sligo,
Proposed Capital, £900,000,
TO BE RAISED IN 18,000 SHARES OF £50 EACH,
DEPOSIT, £2 10s. PER SHARE.
No Shareholder to be liable beyond the amount of his Subscription.
MARQUIS of DOWNSHIRE
EARL OF GOSFORD
LORD NEWRY and MORNE, M.P.
LORD SANDYS, D.L., J.P.
COLONEL WESTENRA, Canla, Monaghan
Rev. W.B. FORDE, Seaforde, D.L.
THOMAS DOWGLASS, Esq., J.P.
D.R. ROSS, Esq., Purdy’s Burn, D.L., J.P.
A.G. LEWIS, Esq., J.P., Monaghan
FRANCIS CHAS. BEER’S, Esq., J.P., Ballyward
T.G. HENRY, Esq., Newry, J.P.
MAJOR WARING, J.P.
JOHN BOYD, Esq., Seneschal, J.P.
POWELL FOXALL, Esq., J.P., Killevy Castle
THOMAS SEAVER, Esq., Heath Hall
JAMES A. ROSS, Esq., Monaghan
PETER QUINN, Esq., J.P., Acton
Rev. JAMES SHIELDS
S. PARSONS, Esq.
RICHARD WARING, Esq.
JAMES LYLE, Esq.
HILL IRVINE, Esq.
DENNIS MAGUIRE, Esq.
FRANCIS CARVILL, Esq.
HUGH DALZELL, Esq.
JOHN McMORRAN, Esq.
GEORGE SCOTT, Esq.
CHARLES JENNINGS, Esq.
WILLIAM HENRY, Esq.
HENRY THOMSON, Esq.
JAMES QUINN, Esq.
PETER MURPHY, Esq.
EDWARD AUG. MAGENNIS, Esq.
ROBERT McBLAIN, Esq.
JAMES McGEORGE, Esq.
PATRICK CALLAN, Esq.
JOHN HANCOCK, Esq.
JAMES G. QUIN, Esq.
THOMAS KING, Esq.
ROBERT GREER, Esq.
MICHAEL DENVIR, Esq.
PATRICK CONNOR, Esq., M.D.
With power to add to their number.
ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF, Sir JOHN RENNIE.
ACTING ENGINEER, JOHN FRASER, Esq., Mem. Council Inst. C.E.I. Surveyor for the County of Down.
PROVISIONAL SECRETARY IN NEWRY, HUGH BOYD, Esq.
SOLICITOR–HUGH WALLACE, Esq., Downpatrick.
PARLIAMENTARY AGENT, W.M. BRYDEN, Esq. 4, New Palace-yard, Westminster.
NEW CHEAP GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,
63, English-street, Armagh.
JOHN THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR, Begs leave respectfully to inform the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy and Inhabitants generally of the City and County of Armagh, that he has just returned after purchasing a NEW AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF PRINTING MATERIALS, adapted for every description of Plain and Fancy work, having been personally selected from the first Type Founders in London, Sheffield, and Dublin. The Proprietor flatters himself that the Cheapness and Expedition which all Orders shall be executed will ensure for him a liberal share of Public Patronage. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF LETTER, NOTE, AND OTHER PAPERS, &c., &c., &c. ALL NEW PUBLICATIONS, PERIODICALS, SUPPLIED TO ORDER.
— An Apprentice wanted to the Printing Business.
Tynan, County Armagh.
THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS orders for the above NURSERY, which contains a very extensive and general Stock of FOREST TREES, all twice transplanted; also, EVERGREENS and SHRUBS, CONSISTING OF Rhododendrons, Arbutus, Phillyreas, Junipers, Laurestinus, Portugal, and common Laurels; Roses, in variety; Purple Beech, Limes, &c., &c. ; All of which will be disposed of on moderate terms. COOLKILL NURSERY is situate within two miles of Caledon, six of Armagh, and six of Monaghan. The Ulster Canal passes through the Grounds, by which Goods can be forwarded to any part of Ireland or England, at very low charges for Freight and Carriage. Letters addressed to the Proprietor, GEO. R. CLARKE, Boyne-Lodge, Drogheda; or, to his Steward, ANDREW WILSON, Nursery, Coolkill, Tynan, shall be promptly and thankfully attended to.
—WANTED, A FOREMAN, WELL ACQUAINTED with his business, and of irreproachable character, to take the management of the above NURSERY and FARM. Apply by letter (post-paid), addressed to Mr. CLARKE, Drogheda; or, to the Office of this Paper. November 30, 1844.
Samuel Murray Going, Esq., will be continued in office as sub-sheriff by John Bayley, Esq., of Debsboro, D. L., high sheriff elect for the county Tipperary.
Published by John Thompson, proprietor, 63, English-street, Armagh.
MARK OF RESPECT TO MR. JOHN HEATHER.—On the evening of Thursday last, Mr. John HEATHER was entertained by upwards of twenty gentlemen, his friends and acquaintances, at the Beresford Arms Hotel, previous to his removal from this city to an engagement in one of the most respectable mercantile firms in Belfast. The style in which the supper was served up reflected the highest credit on Mr. WILTSHIRE’s establishment. The wines were in abundance, and of a very superior quality. The utmost hilarity prevailed until the “witching hour” prompted good night, when the company separated, highly pleased with the evening’s entertainment–their pleasure, however, was not unmixed with regret in parting their much respected friend, whose active business habits and obliging disposition gained for him the esteem of all who had an opportunity of knowing his worth. Mr. HEATHER leaves Armagh in the enjoyment of the best wishes of its principal inhabitants.
ANOTHER CONVERT.—It is announced that Mrs. SEAGER, (wife of the Rev. C. SEAGER, Dr. PUSEY’s late assistant) has recently conformed to the Roman Catholic faith.
IRISH FLAX.—We have it on the authority of a respectable flax merchant of this city, Mr. THOS. ARMSTRONG, that 40s per stone was offered for a lot of Irish flax, in the possession of Mr. HUTCHISON, of Killycairn, the gentleman who has the patent scutching machinery, and who has been so successful in treating flax on the Courtrai system.
It affords us peculiar pleasure to announce that our esteemed friend, Mr. RICHARD HASTINGS FRITH, of Islandview, Enniskillen, has been appointed District Surveyor of the County Dublin, by the Board of Engineers nominated to examine candidates for that office. From what we know of Mr. FRITH’s Engineering attainments, we think the Board could not have selected a more qualified person to fill the important office. This appointment reflects the more credit on Mr. FRITH, when it is known that there were eighteen candidates examined.
NARROW ESCAPE.—As William Maunsell, Esq., of Killinure House, was out with the harriers on Saturday last, near Athlone, he charged what he thought was a four foot wall, but at the other side was a deep pit. Owing to the goodness of his mare his life was saved, for she made an extraordinary spring, and reached the bank with her fore feet, so that he was able to throw himself on the bank; she fell back into the pit, from which she was extricated, but much injured.
STATE OF THE COUNTY LEITRIM.
We understand that a meeting of magistrates of the County of Cavan, has been recently held, and an application made for additional police force for Leitrim, which appears to be in a disturbed state at present, several outrages have been committed therein. A letter in the Erne Packet, signed “An Observer,” details the particulars :–
“On the night of the 27th of September last, a party of men in number about forty or fifty, armed with guns, &c., attacked the house of Patrick and Hugh Magauran, of Clarbally, county of Cavan, and after treating them both in an unmerciful manner, by beating them on the backs and shoulders with white-thorn bushes, they swore them several times as to whether they had informed their landlord about the Repealers. September 26, a rockite notice was posted on the houses of James Kirwan, and Daniel Flanagan, of Leganamor, county Leitrim, threatening them to give up certain lands from which the former tenant was evicted for non-payment of rent. Kirwan and Flanagan were determined to resist them; but on the night of the 13th of October, an armed party attacked both houses, and swore the inmates on pain of death to give up the land in question. Hugh Tierney of Glebe, in same county, was served also with a rockite notice, and subsequently treated in a similar manner as the two last mentioned. November 4, a party of armed men attacked the houses of Thomas Hayes, of Tonyraven, John Brady, and Patt Curnien, of Adhlogher, in the county Cavan; from the former they carried off a sword, and swore him not to inform the Magistrates of the compliment paid him; the second they swore not to execute a decree he had obtained against a tenant for non-payment of a rent, and from the latter they carried off a gun. November 3, a threatening notice was posted on the house of Peter Kiernan, of Killywillin, and John Rainbird, of Newton, ordering them in the name of Captain Smart to deliver up possession of their holdings from which the former tenants were ejected for non-payment of rent. November 5, a notice was posted in this village, threatening any person who would attend an auction on the following day. In this last case the proprietor is a widow Hewitt, who resides in the County Fermanagh, and who turned out the former tenant for non-payment of rent, and proposed to sell the land by auction; but such is the state of affairs, that on the day of sale not one person would bid a farthing for the property, and to the widow’s astonishment, on repairing to the place she found her house levelled to the ground. Such sir, is the alarming condition of this country at present–and when the winter has commenced in such a manner, how may we expect it will end, if not checked in some resolute and determined manner. True, the police in Ballyconnell and Swanlinbar, are doing their best to come in with this lawless banditti, who, as I am informed, are seen every night in some part or other of this country. But what, may I ask, could five or six men do after being harassed travelling from their respective stations if perchance they would fall in with this party, when it is clearly stated that not less than 200 men well armed are seen moving together?”
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.
The municipal elections for the borough of Dublin commenced on Monday morning at nine o’clock, when the polling booths in each of the fifteen wards were thrown open to the burgesses, who came forward to supply the triennial vacancies in the office of alderman for the six northern wards, and to fill up the town councillorships vacant by the annual resignation of one municipal representative in each. In the following wards the members were returned without a contest:—
FOUR COURTS—Daniel O’Connell, M.P. and Bartholomew Andrews.
SAINT PAUL’S—Francis Tuite.
SAINT CATHERINE’S—James Fagan.
COLLEGE—Charles Gavan Duffy.
CUSTOM-HOUSE—alderman McKenna and J. McGloin.
SAINT STEPHEN’S—George White.
SAINT GEORGE’S—Alderman Butt and Edward Hudson.
SAINT PATRICK’S—Michael Walsh.
SAINT ANDREW’S—William Reynolds.
The following wards were contested:—
LINEN HALL—The polling in the election room for this ward was kept up until four o’clock, when the election terminated, and resulted as follows:– Timothy O’Brien, (Lord Mayor,) 162; Michael Murphy, 120; Alderman Grace, 74; Peter Kelly, 27; Thomas Carroll, 104. The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and Michael Murphy were the successful candidates.
POST-OFFICE.—In this ward Peter Purcell and Michael Staunton were the candidates for the office of Alderman, and Dr. Gray for that of town councillor. The result was as follows: Michael Staunton (Repealer,), 182; Peter Purcell, (anti-Repealer), 123: Majority in favour of Mr. Staunton, 59. 198 voters polled for Dr. Gray.
MERRION—This ward was contested up to the last moment, when there was found to be for Mr. Pearson, (Repealer) 127; Chichester Bolton, (Anti-Repealer) 118; majority for Mr. Pearson, 9.
ST. AUDEON’S.— Edward Reynolds (Repealer) 136; John Reynolds (Repealer), 63; majority in favour of Edward Reynolds, 73.
CASTLE.—In this ward, at the termination of the election, the polling was as follows:– William Fortune, (Repealer) 115; William Fitzpatrick (Repealer) 35; majority in favour of Mr. Fortune, 80.
W.H. LILLYMAN, VETERINARY SURGEON, BEGS to announce that he has TWO PROFESSIONAL HORSE CLIPPERS at present employed at his Establishment, who can do their business in a proper manner. TERMS: If done by the regular clippers, … 15s. each. If done by the grooms of the Establishment, … 7s 6d each. Any horse sent early in the morning will be finished in the evening, and if required can be clipped in eight hours. All orders addressed to the Veterinary Institution, Scotch-street, Armagh, will be punctually attended to. December 2, 1844.
DERRY.—On Monday morning at nine o’clock, his Worship the Mayor held a court in the County Court-house, for an election by the burgesses to supply the vacancies, in pursuance of the Act, in the number of Alderman and of Town Councillors. On this occasion, John Munn, Esq., Town Councillor, was elected Alderman for the East Ward, in place of S. L. Crawford, Esq., resigned; James Thompson, of Ferryquay-street, Esq., Town Councillor, in place of Mr. Munn; Daniel Baird, Esq., Town Councillor, Alderman for the South Ward, in place of Connolly M’C. Lecky, Esq., resigned; and Archibald M’Corkell, Esq., Town Councillor for that Ward, in place of Mr. Baird. There was no other change in the Town Council, owing to the re-election of the former members.—D. Sentinel.
HARVEST HOME.—On Thursday last James Johnston, Esq., of Kinlough House, entertained his numerous labourers and many of his tenantry to a plentiful supply of roast beef, plum pudding, &c. Mr. Johnston, with the younger branches of the family, presided; and, after an evening spent in the utmost harmony, the company separated at twelve o’clock, delighted with the hospitality of their indulgent landlord.–Derry Sentinel.
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