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The Witness - Friday, 3 April, 1874

Births

BEDFORD--March 27, at 3 Florence Place, Belfast, the wife of F. Bedford, of a son.

BELL--March 29, at 44 Gt. Edward Street, Belfast, the wife of Thomas Bell, of a daughter.

BRIGGS--March 30, at 38 Norwood Street, Belfast, the wife of Wm. Briggs, of a daughter.

CARSWELL--March 29, at 18 Magdala Street, The Plains, the wife of Allan Carswell, of a son.

Marriages

ARMSTRONG--TAYLOR--April 1, in the Eglinton Street Church, by the Rev. James Martin, Mr. Robert Armstrong, of the Belfast Northern Coach Factory, to Catherine, third daughter of Mr. George Taylor, Dundee.

BECK--WILLIAMSON--March 31, at the Reformed Presbyterian Meeting-house, Linenhall Street, by the Rev J. Fritz Beck, M.A., M.D., &c., Milford and Ramelton, brother to the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Samuel B. Stevenson, Mr. Fred. E. Beck. Surgeon, &c., to Minnie, only surviving daughter of the late John Williamson, Esq., both of Belfast.

ELLIOTT--WILSON--March 26, at Lisburn, by the Rev. J. L. Rentoul, James B. Elliott, Belfast, to Jennie, youngest daughter of John Wilson, Ingram, near Lisburn.

Deaths

BATHURST--March 27, at 4 Wilton Crescent, London, Lady Georgina Bathurst.

BOYLE --April 1, at 1 Castle Street. Newtownards, James Andrew, son of Mr. John Boyle, aged 5 months.

CHANCELLOR--March 26, at her residence, Solitude, near Dundonald, Mrs. Margaret Chancellor.

CLELLAND--March 26, at Ballywalter, Jemima, youngest daughter of Mr. James Clelland.

FLEMMING--March 26, at North Street, Newtownards, Mrs. Mary Flemming aged 71 years.

MACPHERSON--March 28, at his residence, Pump Street, Londonderry, James Macpherson, Esq., proprietor of the Londonderry Standard.

MALCOMSON--March 26, at his late residence, Knockbracken, James Malcomson, aged 53years

SMITH--March 14, at New York, America, Mr. Richard Dobbin Smith, aged 37 years formerly of Newtownards, Co. Down).

 

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The Witness - Friday, 17 April, 1874

Births

BASS--April 15, at 15 Dock Street, Belfast, the wife of C. Bass, of a son.

DOWDY--April 10, at 7 Wellington Park, the wife of W. M. Dowdy, of a daughter.

GILLILAND--April 14, at 24 Bentinck Street, the wife of Mr. John Gilliland, of a son.

IRWIN--April 10, at 10 Canning Street, Belfast.the wife of Mr. John Irwin, of a daughter.

MAGUIRE--April 9, at Holyhead, Angelsea, the wife of Dr. R. Ferrier Maguire, of a son.

Marriages

AGNEW--MURRAY--April 14, at the First Presbyterian Church, Rosemary Street, by the Rev J. Scott Porter, assisted by the Rev. John Dickson, Moira, Samuel Agnew, B.A., M.D., Lurgan, to Maggie, youngest daughter of Henry Murray, Balmoral Terrace, Belfast.

BRETT--MACKISACK--April 9, at St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Thos. W. Roe, vicar of Ballymacarrett, George W. M. Brett, Belfast, to Mabel Wilson, youngest daughter of the late James MacKisack, Esq., Belfast.

GRAHAM--ALISTER--April 9, at the First Presbyterian Meeting-house, Lisburn, by the Rev. Prof. Watts, D.D., assisted by the Rev. J. L. Rentoul, the Rev. T. Saunders Graham, A.M , Lisbellaw, to Maggie, second daughter of Robert Alister, Esq., Lisburn.

SHEPHERD--ALISTER--April 9, at the First Presbyterian Meeting-house, Lisburn, by the Rev. Prof. Watts D.D., assisted by the Rev. J. L. Rentoul, thc Rev. William Shepherd, A.B., Stewartstown, to Eleanor, third daughter of Robert Alister, Esq., Lisburn.

WHITE--REA--April 14, at Clifton Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. John Mecredy, Mr. Robert White, Belfast, to Maggie, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Rea, Tullywest, Ballynahinch.

Deaths

DUFFIN--April 6, at Clarens, Switzerland, Howard, son of the late Adam Duffin, of Belfast, aged 18 years.

FOSTER--April 11, at 49 Donegall Street, Belfast, Wilhelmina Annie Magennis, youngest daughter of John Foster.

GETTY--April 10, at Beechpark, Belfast, John Getty, aged 78 years.

GRAHAM--April 13, at Essex Street, Carrickfergus, Mary, relict of the late Captain James Graham.

GILMORE--April 8, at his residence, Clea, Killyleagh, Mr. Wm. Gilmore, aged 71 years.

KIDD--April 13, at Castle Street, Ballymena, Nancy, third daughter of Thomas Kidd.

KYLE--April 10, at Richmond, Belfast, Emma, second daughter of the late G. W. Kyle, aged 17 years.

LENAGHAN--April 9, at 127 Donegall Street, the Rev. P. J. Lenaghan, C.C. of St Patrick's.

MEEKE--April 12, at Fedney, Banbridge, William, eldest son of James Meeke.

MILLIKEN--April 8, at Ravara, near Saintfield, James Milliken, in his 86th year.

NUGENT--April 13, at 98 York Street, Belfast, Jane Moore, the beloved child of Mr. James Nugent, aged 5 years.

PARKER--April 11, at Ballyutogue, Co. Antrim, Mr. Benjamin Parker, compositor.

ROBSON--April 8, at 39 Wall Street, Belfast, Lizzie, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Hugh Robson, Newtownards, aged 17 years.

SHANNON--April 10, Patk. Shannon, Esq., builder, Omagh, aged 62 years.

STEELE--April 13, at Malcolm Street, Mountpottinger, Belfast, Alexander, youngest son of Mr. Alexander Steele.

THOMSON--April 14, at Low Wood, Belfast, John Thomson, Esq., J.P., D.L , aged 76 years.

Clippings

The Witness, Friday, 17 April 1874, Pg 6

BELFAST SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTI0N OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Belfast Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, held in CLARENCE PLACE HALL, on THURSDAY, April 9th, 1874, the following Resolutions were adopted unanimously :--

Moved by ROBT. BOAG, Esq.; seconded by W. H. PATTBBSON, Esq.--
"That James P. Corry, Esq., J.P., M.P., take the chair."

The chair having been taken by Mr. CORRY. M.P., Rev. Mr. MOORE engaged in devotional exercises, after which Mr. W. H. PATTERSON read the report of the Committee for the past year, and Mr. WAKEFIELD PIM the Statement of Accounts.

Moved by the CHAIRMAN; seconded by Mr. ELIAS H. THOMPSON, and resolved--
"That the Report now presented and Statement of Accounts be adopted, printed, and transmitted to the Members of the Society and circulated at the discretion of the Committee."

Moved by the Rev. Professor ROGERS; seconded by THOS. GAFFIKIN, Esq., and resolved--
"That the meeting satisfied with the principle's on which the Society is founded, and gratified with the success, under Divine Providence, that has attended it during the last and former years, are encouraged to make increased efforts to abolish all cruel customs, and to promote more extensively the cause of humanity towards the lower creation."

Moved by Dr. WHITAKER; seconded by CHAS. W. SHAW, Esq., and resolved--
"That the following gentlemen be the Patrons, President, Committee, and Honorary Officers for the ensuing year":--

OFFICE-BEARERS.

PATRONS:

Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore.
Sir Thomas Bateson, Bart., M.P.
Sir Charles Lanyon.
Sir Thomas M'Clure, Bart.
Sir Edward Coey.
John B. Houston, Esq., D.L., J.P.
Edward H. Clarke, Esq.
Right Rev. Dr. Dorrian.
John Charters, Esq.
Viscount Templtetown.
The Earl of Yarmouth, M.P.
Robert E. Ward, Esq., D.L., J.P.
Viscount Bangor.
M. R. Dalway. Esq., M.P.

PRESIDENT :

JOHN MULHOLLAND, ESQ., J.P., M.P.

COMMITTEE :

Rev. Dr. Binney, J.P.
Rev. E.J. Hartrick.
Rev. J. Scott Porter.
Rev. J. Macnaughtan, A.M.
Rev. Robt. Knox, D.D.
Rev. John Bristow.
Rev. J. Young.
Rev. J. H. Moore.
Rev. R. Hannay, D.D.
Rev, Dr. MacIlwaine.
Rev. Charles Seaver.
Rev. Wm. Johnston.
Robert Boag, Esq.
D. Taylor ,Esq., J.P.
Wm. Ewart, jun., Esq., J.P.
John Hind, Esq., J.P.
E. H. Thompson, Esq.
Dr. Browne, R.N., J.P.
Wakefield Pim, Esq.
Philip Johnston, Esq., J.P.
Sir John Savage, J.P.
William H. Patterson, Esq., M.R.I.A.
Wm. J. Johnston, Esq.
Dr. J. Moore, M.R.I.A.
Sir Jas. Hamilton, J.P.
J. P. Corry, Esq., J.P., M.P.
Gustavus Heyn, Esq.
J. J. Murphy, Esq.
Chas. Thompson, Esq.
Thomas Gaffikin, Esq.
J. A. Henderson, Esq., J.P. (Mayor).
J. M. Calder, Esq.
Wm. Bell, Esq.
Dr. Robert Stewart.
John Suffern, Esq.
Dr. J. Milford Barnett, Ind. Army.
Wm.Mullan, Esq., J.P.
John Shelly, Esq.
J. K. M'Causland, Esq.
Wm. T. Harvey, Esq.
T. Sinclair, Esq., J.P.
Thos. Greer, Esq., J.P.
Robt. Thompson, Esq.
John Coates, Esq., Sec. Grand Jury.

TREASURER:
EDWARD PIM. Esq.

HONORARY COUNSEL:
ANDREW M. PORTER, Esq.

HONORARY SOLICITOR:
WILLIAM SEEDS, Esq.

HONORARY VETERINARY SURGEONS:
JAMES and JOHN M'KENNA, Esqrs.

HONORARY SECRETARIES :
ROBERT BOAG, Esq. and
W. H. PATTERSON, Esq.

JAMES P. CORRY, Chairman.
ROBERT BOAG, Hon. Sec.
WM. H. PATTERSON, Hon. Sec

Dr. BROWNE having been called to the chair,

Moved by Rev. Professor MURPHY ; seconded by THOS. H. BROWNE, Esq., and resolved--
"That the best thanks of this meeting be given to James P. Corry, Esq., J.P., M.P., for his kindness in presiding, and for his proper and dignified conduct in the chair."

SAMUEL BROWNE. R.N.. J.P., Chairman
ROBERT BOAG, Hon. Sec.
WM. H. PATTERSON, Hon. Sec

 

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The Witness - Friday, 24 April, 1874

Births

BARBOUR--April 22, at Ardville, Holywood, the wife of James Barbour, Esq., of a son.

CROZIER--April 21, at the Manse, Newry, the wife of the Rev. J. A. Crozier, of a daughter.

GREENALL--April 19, at 5 Little Brunswick Street, the wife of John Greenall, of a son.

M'MORDIE--April 22, at Springfield Terrace, Belfast, the wife of John A. M'Mordie, of a son.

RITCHIE-- April 10, at Cullintra, Comber, the wife of John Ritchie, of a son.

Marriages

ALLEN--M'DOWELL--April 13, at Regent Street Methodist Chapel, Newtownards, by the Rev. John Gilcriest, Mr. Martin Allen, Belfast, to Lizzie, second daughter of Mr. Joseph M'Dowell, Ballyhenry, Comber.

ARCHER--M'CLENIGHAN--April 20, at the First Presbyterian Church. Banbridge, by the Rev. R. Miller, James Archer, Edentrillick, to Eliza M'Clenighan, Backnamullough, Dromore.

HEMSLEY--MAGEE--April 22, at St.Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. John Spence. Edward M. Hemsley, Easton Talbot Co. Maryland, U.S.A., to Mary, youngest daughter of Captain James Magee, Belfast.

MARTIN--GRAHAM--April 20, at Linenhall Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. George Shaw, Mr. Andrew Martin, of New Orleans, formerly of Belfast, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Graham, Belfast.

WOOD--BRADFORD-- April 16, at the Presbyterian Church, Dundalk, by the Rev. J. W. Ellison, A.M., brother-in-law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Robert Black, John Wood, Esq., Surgeon, R.N., only son of the late Thomas Wood, Esq., Enniskillen, to Eleanor, daughter of the late Thomas Bradford, Esq., Carnbeg, Dundalk.

Deaths

BARRON--April 8, at her father's residence. Hillhead, Ballycarry, Margaret, eldest daughter of Wm. Barron, aged 42 years.

BULLOCK--April 18, at Donaghadee, Saml. Bullock, in his 85th year.

CHAMBERS--April 19, at his residence, Ballyhenry, James Chambers, aged 92 years.

COBAIN--April 16, at 31 Rugby Road, Belfast, Harriott Anne, relict of the late Rev. Edward Cobain, Wesleyan minister.

GILMORE--April 21, at 184 Grosvenor Street. Belfast, Andrew P. Gilmore, aged 47 years.

GOWAN--April 19, at 227 York Street, Belfast, in the 7th year of his age, Henry, only child of Henry Gowan, of Greenwood, Knock.

GRAHAM--April 16, at 12 Dane Street, Belfast, Alexander Graham, aged 20 years.

HAWKINS- April 6, at his father's residence. Ballycarry, Thomas, fourth son of Boyd Hawkins, aged 28 years.

LOCKHART--At 26 Hartley Street, Belfast, John, eldest son of Mr. Falls Lockhart.

 

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