1774, 21st February
Death: Mr. Thomas Nichols, late of Skinner's-row, Ivory Turner; a young man of fair character.
1774, 19th August
Death: In Abbey-street, the wife of Mr. Cosgrave, Cabinetmaker.
1775, 17th April
Death: At Essex-bridge, Mr. Joseph Bibby, and eminent Looking Glass Seller.
1775, 28th June
Death: In Golden-lane, Mr. John Barber, and eminent Cabinetmaker.
1775, 10th July
Marriage: Mr. [Elms] Healy, Upholder, to Miss. Whitestone. And Mr. Power, of Dame-street, Jeweller, to Miss. Mary Kellet, of Christ-street.
1775, 29th December
Death: On Essex-quay, Mr. Francis Burnett, Goldsmith.
1775, 1st December
Death: In Capel-street, Mr. John Gunston, and eminent Upholsterer.
1776, 28th January
Marriage: A few days ago, at Kilkenny, Mr. Richard Colles, Watchmaker to Miss. Mary Cole.
1776, 22nd January
Marriage: In King-street Oxmantown, Mr. John Power, Cabinetmaker, to Miss Margaret Bell of Phrapper-lane.
1776, 9th February
Marriage: Mr. John Daniel, of Dame-street, Jeweller to Miss. Clarke of Grafton-street.
1776, 15th April
Marriage: Mr. Arthur Nevill, Land Surveyor, to Miss Jane Tool of Wicklow.
1776, 7th October
Death: In Clarendon-street, Mr. Arthur Ringwood, Painter: A young man of an exceeding good character.
1777, 22nd January
Marriage: At Waterford, Mr. Richard Rea, Cabinetmaker, to Miss. Ivie, of the same place.
1777, 6th October
Death: In Booter-lane, Mr. Joseph Davis, Engraver.
1778, 25th April
Marriage: Mr. Robert Flemming, Carver and Gilder, of Summer-hill to Miss. Murphy of the country of Leitrim.
1778, 13th July
Marriage: Mr. Thomas Wolf of Stand-street, Herald Painter, to Miss Isabella Oberry of Smock-alley.
1779, 20th May
Death: On Merchant-quay, the wife of Mr. Arthur Holland, Cabinetmaker.
1779, 19th July
Marriage: Mr. [Thomas] Glasco, of Christchurch-lane, Watchmaker, to Miss Hynes of Ormond-quay.
1779, 5th August
Death: In Moore-street, Mr. Christopher Harvey, Watchmaker.
1779, 6th November
Marriage: In Galway, Mr. John Philips, Mathematician and Land Surveyor, to Mrs. Madden of Eyrecourt.
1779, 3rd February
Marriage: Mr. William Waldron, Ornament Painter to the Academy, to Miss Alicia Cross.
1780, 18th February
Death: In Capel-street, the wife of Mr. [William] Hincks, Portrait Painter.
1780, 14th March
Death: In Pill-lane, Mr. Thomas Oldham, Limner.
1782, 20th June
Death: At his house in Fowne's-street, Mr. James Vidouze, and eminent Jeweller and Goldsmith; a man who many amiable qualities endeared him to numerous acquaintances.
1783, 24th July
Marriage: Mr. Gilbert Bigger of Stephen-street, to Miss Elizabeth Walsh, daughter of Mr. Stephen Walsh, of Clarke-street, Jeweller.
1784, 1st April
Death: At Milltown, Mr. Phillips, Jnr, and ingenious artist, much lamented.
1785, 8th June
Marriage: Mr. James Bergen, Upholder of Draper's-court, to Miss Hugo in the Queen's County.
1785, 3rd November
Marriage: Mr. Henry Woods, Stone Carver, to the widow Nugent both of the North Strand.
1786, 26th September
Marriage: Mr. George Green, Stonecutter, to the widow Brown of the North Strand.
1786, 26th December
Death: In Abbey-street, the wife of Mr. [Patrick] Boe, and eminent stonecutter.
1787, 10th March
Marriage: Mr. Matthew Bunbury, of Christchurch-street, Watchmaker, to Miss. Anne Alley of Patrick-street.
1787, 4th October
Death: In Great George's-street, Mr. Alexander Gordon, Watchmaker.
1789, 3rd January
Marriage: Mr. Lestrange, of Abbey-street Watchmaker to Miss. Harrison of Mary-street.
1789, 14th January
Death: Peter De Gree. Yesterday, at his lodgings in Dame-street, a native of Antwerp, and an inimitable painter in chiaroscuro. In his art he stood unrivalled, yet that pre-eminence was the least to be admired in him. Even thought and act his life were influenced by the most just and acute sense of moral and religious observation; and his social virtues, like satisfaction, won the esteem and love of those who knew him. All good men are concerned in his death, society is deprived of a most amiable member, and the arts sustained an irreplaceable loss.
1791, 23rd December
Death: Mr. [Robert] Carver, the celebrated scene painter at Covent Garden Theatre, died about a week since; he was a native of Dublin, and one among the many able artists who issued from the school of old West, father of the present master of our Dublin Academy. He has been absent from this country a number of years; The scenery which he painted for the representation of Dryden's Prince Arthur in Barry's time, is still remembered; among the various revolutions of theatre, we are informed, it was shipped to London, and still forms a respectable part of the dramatic property of Covent Garden Theatre.
1793, 20th August
Marriage: At Limerick, Mr. John Kennedy, Pro-Collectors of that port, to Miss Hickey daughter to the late Mr. Michael Hickey of John's-street, Cabinetmaker.
1795, 29th January
Death: in Crow-street, after a lingering illness Samuel Guinness Esq, formerly an eminent trader of this city.
1795, 4th February
Death: At Cork, Mr. [Mathew] Bagnell, Watchmaker.
1795, 6th March
Death: In Gordon's-lane, Ranelagh-road, Mr. William Esdall, Engraver, a man of fair character and universally lamented by a numerous and respectably acquainted.
1799, 13th September
Death: On Wednesday suddenly Mr. [Thomas] Myler, of Suffolk-street, Glass Seller.
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