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19 Oct. 1870 News of the Day

Transcribed by Jane from The Northern Whig Wednesday, October 19, 1870

Some News of the Day

A Bazaar for the Sale of Work in Aid of the Enlargement and Improvement of the Cathedral Church of Dromore, The burial place of Bishop Jeremy TAYLOR, to whom a memorial chancel is being erected, will be held (D, V) in the Ulster Hall, Belfast, on Thursday and Friday, October 27 and 28.

Lady Patronesses:

Caroline, Marchioness of Devonshire
The Lady O’NEILL
The Honourable Lady BATISON
The Hon Mrs. Walter STATUES, Lisburn
Lady HIGGINSON, Newberry
Mrs. KNOX, The Palace
Mrs. ALEXANDER, St. Clair, Holywood
Mrs. AUKESTELL, Ardinliagh, Holywood
Mrs. ?AGGAT, Abbey Yard, Newry
Mrs. BLAND, Whiteabbey
Mrs. DUNVILLE, Richmond Lodge
Mrs. FORDE, Seaforde
Mrs. MADDEN HALL, Narrow-water Castle
Mrs. M’NEILE, Parkmount
Mrs. MITCHELL HENRY, Kylemore Castle
Mrs. MONTGOMERY, Ballykiel House
Mrs. MUISSODEN, Dillon
Mrs. RICHARDS, Clonallum Rectory
Mrs. SAURIN, Seagoe House
Mrs. WARD, Bangor Castle
Mrs. WARING, Waringstown


Mrs. BROOKS, Maralin House
Mrs. BRUSH, Gilt Hall
Miss CLARKE, Elmwood
Miss CONNERY, Belfast
Mrs. John DAVISON, Sydenham
Miss FORSYTHE, Holywood
Mrs. John HARRISON, Dromore
Miss HAYES, Seapatrick House
Mrs. J. M. HIGGINSON, Carnelea House
The Misses HINCKS, Wellington Park
Mrs. KEOGH, Crumlin Road
Mrs. F. KINAHAN, Sydenham
Mrs. John MADDEN, Rosalea Manor
Miss LESLIE, Lisburn
Mrs. MCELLWAINE, Hampton
Mrs. MURPHY, Dromara Rectory
Mrs. J.J. MURPHY, Old Forge
Miss M’GEE, Spafield
Miss OULTON, , University Square
Mrs. PAULER, The Glebe, Newtownards
Miss PARDON, Wellington Place
The Misses READE, Wellington Place
Mrs. ROBINSON, Holywood
Mrs. SPENCE, Benwell Terrace
Mrs. William SPROTT, Banbridge
Miss SPROTT, Dromore

Hon. Secretaries:

Mrs, HANNAY, Fitzwilliam Place
Mrs. C. BERESFORD KNOX, Quilly House, Dromore

Treasurer: The Rev. C. BERESFORD KNOX, Quilly House, Dromore

Contributions towards the Sale, in Work or Money, will be received and acknowledged by the Treasurer or any of the Ladies of Committee.


KIRKPATRICK – M’CLINTOCK – October 11, at Donegal Wesleyan Church, by the Rev. Herbert Meyers, Mr. Wm. Kirkpatrick, Laghey, to Maude Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John M’Clintock, ?

M’ILROY – DICKEY – October 11, at the Methodist Church, Antrim, by the Rev. James Carey, Mr. John M’Ilroy, Bally?, to Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. Robert Dickey, of Bally?


GREER – October 12, at Clonmel, the wife of James E. Greer, Esq., of a daughter

MATHEWS – October 15, at ? House, ?ferry, Cheshire, the wife of James Mathews, Esq., of a daughter

NELSON – October 1?, at Vicars’ Hill, Armagh, the wife of Mr. Arthur Nelson, of a son.

VERNON – October 17, at Grosvenor Street, London, Lady Vernon, of a daughter.


WILLIAMSON – At the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Mount ?, ?, County Dublin, Elizabeth Agnes, eldest daughter of the late John Williamson, in her eighteenth year. Her remains will be removed from the Ulster Railway Terminus on this day Wednesday [remainder of notice is illegible].

BOYD – October 1?, at ?, Frances, daughter of the late Rev. Wm. Boyd and niece of the late Very Rev. Hugh ? of Dromore, of Waringtown, Co. Down, aged ?-eight years.

I? – October 14, at Fleet Street, Belfast, Mr. Richard I?, aged twenty-eight years.