Belfast Newsletter - 26 May, 1843


MARTIN - On the 23 inst. at his residence, Donegal Square, John Martin Esq., at the advanced age of 86 years. He was one of the most respectable merchants of Belfast.

RUSK - At Dundrod, on the 17th ult. In the 80th year of his age. Mr John Rusk, formerly of Ballysillan...


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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 30 May 1843


On the 25th inst. the Lady of Mr S. D. Robinson, of Belfast, of a daughter.


On the 26th inst. by the Rev. James Wallace, Saintfield, Mr. John Thompson to Lydia Jane, second daughter of the late Mr George Lowry, Saintfield.

At Urney Church, by the Rev. John Conroy, Frederick Carolin, of Talbot-street, Dublin, Esq. to Anne, fourth daughter of the late William Nelson, of Strabane, Esq.


On the 26th inst. Helen, wife of John Campbell, Esq. of Ballymacarrett -- a lady, whose many moral virtues and Christian graces justly endeared her to all her connections and acquaintances.

At Glenmore, near Lisburn, the 20th day of fifth month, in her 61st year, Anna, wife of James N. Richardson.

On the 25th inst. after a short illness, Mr. Joseph Molyneux, in the 85th year of his age.

On the 25th inst. Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. Alexander Dickson, Francis-street, Newtownards.

On the 20th inst. at Portadown, Mary Ann Ogilvie, the beloved wife of Mr David Hammond, Excise Department.

On the 20th inst. aged eight months, George Washington Flood, son of Mr Flood, Gilford.

On the 22d inst. at Thornhill, near Derry, Georgiana, daughter of the late T. W. Crawford, Esq. Surgeon of the Donegal Militia.



The steam ship Falcon, Gowan, for Liverpool, sails on Tuesday, at 9 o'clock evening.

The steam ship Reindeer, Head, for Liverpool, sails on Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon.

The Ardent, Markey, for London, clears on Saturday first.

The ship Constitution, of Belfast, was spoken on the 4th inst, in lat. 46 long. 43.

The Lady Wright, Wright, master, from Sicily, with barilla, shumac, pumice stone, corkwood, &c. -- William M'Clure & Son, consignees.


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