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Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 13:55:58 GMT
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In Bandon, on the 7th inst, in the 27th year of his age,
and 2d of his ministry, the Rev. Daniel O'Donoghue, late
Catholic Curate in the North Parish of this City. During
the few brief years it hath pleased the Lord to employ him
in his ministry, he was admired for an enlightened and
unostentatious piety, prudent and steady zeal and unvarying
meekness of heart. In private life, his amiability, candor
and benevolence will long perpetuate his memory amongst those
who had the happiness of sharing his friendship. -- May he
rest in peace.
On the 7th inst, in the 71st year of his age, the Rev. William
Chatterton, Rector of Bohillane, and Chaplain to the Foundling
On the 7th inst, after a protracted illness, aged 13 years,
Daniel the beloved son of John M'Namara, Esq, South Terrace.
At Patrick-street, Limerick, Stephen John Hastings, Esq, an
old and most respectable citizen.
On the 30th ult, at Mountjoy-street, Dublin, John H. Crawford,
Esq, formerly of H. M. 34th Regt.
April 2d, at the Palace, near Belfast, in the 69th year of her
age, Elizabeth, wife of the Right Rev Richard Mant, D.D, Lord
Bishop of Down and Connor, and Dromore.
-- The Cork Examiner, 10 April 1846