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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1746, London, Middlesex The N V At E. *Sfc|. SATURDAY, January 10, 1746-7- D
who be^t and abus'd him; and robb'd him of 9 s. and fome Half-pence. ExtraS of a Letter from Whitehaven-, Dec. 31. ' Laft Night the Eve of his Royal Highnefs's entering ' Carlifle, feveral of the young Gentlemen in this Town * met in Order to commemorate that Glorious Event, * when they enter'd into an Affociation tinder the Name ' and Title of Wi t liamites, and wore Badges in Ho- * nour of their Order, and of the Royal Duke their Guar-' diaaand Protector.' IRELAND. Dublin, Die *B. Sit Marmaduke ./Wy vR, Bart. Ppft-Matter General of the Kingdom of" Ireland, Has been pleafed to appoint EdwaTd Martin, Efq; Acccuntant-General of the General Pott-Office, �n the room of Mr. Power, deceas'8. . On Thurfday laft the Right Hon. General Parker; Commander in Chief of the Forces oh this EftablHhmenr; Bridges Baldwin* Efqj and his L,ady> arrived herefrom England in the Yatch. The Rigjii Hon. the Lady Athunry, has been for foale Days paft ill of a Fever, but is now pat of all Danger j to the great Satisfaction of her Acquaintance. . p Sunday Morning Isfft died Mrs. Keh'rtanj Wife of Mh George Kennan, of Afhtovvn in the County of Dublin, a young Lady of an exceeding good Character and, her Death is greatly-lamented. Same Mght died after a few Days Illneft of a Fever4' the Rev. Mb. Anyon Challoner* Curate of Rathfarnham He was a Gentleman much Efteem'd by all his Acquaintance, and his Dtath is much lamented. Laft Sunday died Of a Fever) at his Houfe in, C*ple-Streer, James Arbbchle, M.D. a very eminent Phyfician and Man-midwife, regretted by all degrees of People i His Widow now lies fj ill of the fame Dirkmpcr as to afford little Hopes of Recovery. And this Morning his Corpfe Was privately interr'd at St. Michan's. Laft Week the Rev. Richard Pococke, L.L.D. Archdeacon of the Diocefc of Dublin, appointed Richard Jackfon, L.L.D. his Official and Cornmiflary in the faid Diocefe. Laft Tuefday Sir John Rawdon, B.irr. whs manic J ::j the Hon. Mifs Hill, Sifter to the Right Hon. the LoH Hil'-fborough. Saturday laft the Lady Molefworth, was fafely ueliver'J �f a Daughter. Thurfday Night laft a Gang of Fellows, armen w::r CIub * Lloyd's Coffbs-Hovss, vn Lombard-Street-
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