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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] DEATH: MAGEE - Keady - January 1845
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 19:10:08 -0500

- The following death notice has been transcribed from The Armagh Guardian
(7 January 1845; microform), by permission of The British Library.
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DEATH OF SAMUEL MAGEE, ESQ., M.D.--Suddenly, at his
residence in Keady, on the 1st instant, Samuel Magee, Esq.,
M.D., aged 51, who for upwards of 29 years filled the responsible
situation of Medical Officer to the Dispensary of that town,
the arduous duties of which, he performed with skill and talent.
The numerous concourse of persons, (from the High Sheriff of
the county to the most humble individual,) that attended his
remains to the grave, sufficiently attested the great estimation in
which this lamented gentleman was held by all classes of
society. In him the poor have indeed lost a considerable friend--
and the gentry in the neighbourhood a Medical adviser in
whom they reposed unbounded confidence; and with respect to
the domestic circle, language fails to convey any idea of the
grief there felt; where it need scarcely be said, his virtues were
revered and his worth appreciated.

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