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Friday 3 Dec 1847


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Articles From The Tyrone Constitution Omagh
Friday 3 Dec 1847

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Margaret Brown
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Extracted from The Tyrone Constitution Omagh
Friday 3 Dec 1847





MARRIED

At Gretna Green, on the 11th of Nov., and subsequently at the cathedral, Manchester, on the 27th, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, GEORGE ALCOCK NIXON, Esq. M.D., Enniskillen, to FRANCES WILLOUGHBY, eldest daughter of the late Sir Thomas and Lady Yates. The happy couple are at present sojourning in Dublin.

On the 25th ult., in the first Presbyterian church, Derry, by the Rev. Henry Wallace, MR. JOHN H. PEOPLES, postmaster, to MARY ANNE MACAULEY, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James Macauley, of Springfield.




DEATH

On the 29th of Sept., at the residency, Hydersbad, East Indies, in the 35th year of his age, after a protracted illness, of abscess on the liver, DR. WILLIAM MOREHEAD, late assistant-surgeon, 37th grenadiers, and formerly of Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland. The service has thus lost one of its brightest ornaments, for Dr. Morehead was not only an accomplished physician, but also a man of extensive and varied knowledge.

On Sunday last, at Artigarvon, near Strabane, MR. WM BOYD.




MILLER WANTED

A MILLER, competent to undertake the duties of an extensive CORN MILL, and who can be well recommended for competence and honesty, will hear of a good situation by apply to MR. JOHN MCADAM, Omagh, or MR. JAS. ANDERSON, Rossmount, Stewartstown December 2, 1847




NOTICE

POISON has been laid, for the DESTRUCTION of DOGS, on the LANDS of CORDRUMMADY, CORLEAS, DRUMBINNION, MOORFIELD, KNOCKNAGORE, MELTOGUES, LISDOO, TULLYWOLLY, GARVAGHY, HACKENCON, DERRYMACANNA, CABRA, LISNAHANNA, LAUGHTERUSH, CORKIL, CORCRAGH, MULNAGORK, SCREEBY, DRUMSONNAS, AND DORNEY, and in the Plantation at SCALLAN, all in the Parish of KILSKEERY: and TRESPASSSERS thereon in pursuit of GAME, will be prosecuted.
JAMES LENDRUM
Dec. 1, 1847




FOR SALE

A SECOND-HAND TAX-CART, in excellent repair. To be seen at DOYLE'S Coach-Factory. Omagh, Nov. 18th, 1847.




WANTED

AN APPRENTICE to the GROCERY and LEATHER TRADE.
JOHN ORR
Omagh, 17th November, 1847.




CLOGHER UNION

CLERK WANTED
THE CLERK having signified his intention to resign, the GUARDIANS will proceed to Elect a CLERK on SATURDAY, the 11th day of DECEMBER next.

Sealed Proposals, in the handwriting of Candidates, to be laid before the presiding Chairman, on or before TWELVE O'CLOCK on SATURAY, the 11th day of DECEMBER next, with Testimonials as to character and competency, and stating the names and address of two solvent Securities in whatever sum the Guardians many agree upon, for the faithful and proper discharge of the duties of the Clerk's office. The candidates to be in attendance.
Signed by order,
EDWARD BEATTY, Clerk pro tem.
Clogher, 20th Nov., 1847.




GORTIN UNION.

WANTED, by the GUARDIANS of the above UNION, for the FEVER HOSPITAL, TWO NURSE TENDERS, (man and wife) at a salary of TWELVE POUNDS per annum, with Rations same as the other officers of the house. One of them must be able to read and write.

Security to the amount of 20 Pound will be required. To be elected on the 8th December next.

By order,
DANIEL MCFARLAND, Clerk of the Union.
Nov. 24. 1947.




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