Ulster General Advertiser - 10 September 1842


On the 4th inst., at her residence, Jackson Hall, Coleraine, aged 80 years, Dorothea Waring Maxwell, relict of the late John Waring Maxwell, Esq., of Finnebrogue, county of Down.

On the 5th inst., at the house of his sister, Mrs. John Rose, No. 64, Joy-Street, Mr. James Hamilton, late of Saltcoats, Scotland, aged 23 years.

At Hillmount, on Monday, the 29th ult., aged 21 years, Henry, fifth son of Samuel King, Esq., of Coal-Island Mills, Dungannon.

On the 4th inst., at his residence, Belfast, Mr. Wm. Jameson, aged 52 years.

On the 2d inst., suddenly, at Kilkeel, Hessy, youngest daughter of Armor Boyle, Esq., in the 13th year of her age.

On the 1st inst., at the house of his father, in Portaferry, Robert Chermside, Esq., M.D., of Warrenpoint, aged 37 years.

On the 30th ultimo, at Ballyclare, aged 61 years, Jane, relict of the late Mr. John Morgan, merchant, Belfast.

On the 28th ultimo, at Crossgar House, Arthur Hamilton, Esq., late surgeon of the 45th Regiment, in the 55th year of his age.


Shipping Intelligence.

The steam-ship Falcon, Cowan, for Liverpool, sails on Tuesday, at 3 o'clock afternoon.

The Ranger, Davies, for London, clears on Saturday first.

A steam-ship sails from this port for London (calling at Dublin, Falmouth, Plymouth, and Southampton) on Monday, at 2 o'clock afternoon.

The steamer Athlone, Davies, for Liverpool, sails this day, at 12 o'clock noon.

The steamer Birmingham, Church, for Dublin, sails on Wednesday, at 5 o'clock afternoon.

The steamer Countess of Lonsdale, Lamb, for Whitehaven, sails on Wednesday, at 5 o'clock evening.

The steamer Maid of Galloway, Haswell, for Stranraer, sails on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock morning.

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Arrived on Friday, the ship Margaret Johnson, of Belfast, Captain Groom, from Quebec. with a cargo of timber, &c. -- David Grainger, owner and consignee.

Arrived on the 8th inst. at Carrickfergus, the Carrywell, Buchanan, from St. John's, with deals, bound to Glenarm, to discharge.

The brig Hector, of Belfast, Patton, at Liverpool, from Quebec 4th inst.; all well.

The ship Independence, of Belfast, M'Cappin, from Quebec, arrived at Liverpool 4th inst., after a short passage; all well.

The barque Christina, of Belfast, Simpson, from Bombay to Liverpool, was spoken on the 20th July, in lat. 3 N. long., 24 W.

The Shannon, of Belfast, Stevenson, from Ancona, at Falmouth, 21st ult.

Arrived at Liverpool on 4th inst., the ship Corea, of Belfast, Kerr, master, from Bombay -- all well.

The ship Harriet Scott, of Belfast, Beynon, sailed from Bombay for China, June 26.

The ship Intrinsic, of Belfast, Davidson, sailed from Singapore for Macao, May 10.

The Richard Webb, M'Lachlan, from Sydney, N.S.W. to Batavia, was wrecked on a coral reef, on the 8th May, in lat. 7 S. long. 121 E. -- crew saved.

The Strathfieldsaye, from Madras to Ennore to Calcutta, is totally lost on Kedgeree Sand.

The steamship Great Western, Hosken, sailed from Liverpool for New York on Saturday, with upwards of a hundred passengers, and a full freight of fine goods.

The Acadia steamer, Ryrie, sailed from Liverpool for Halifax and Boston, on Sunday. She has taken 75 passengers, with a full average freight.

KILLYBEGS, Sept. 1. -- A schooner, with a cargo of oats, butter, and preserved salmon, from Sligo, and belonging to some port in Wales, has been found in Malenby Creek, full of water, and abandoned.

BATAVIA, April 30. -- The Kilmaurs, Smith, which sailed March 14th, for Cowes, was seen to the southward of Java Head, 21st inst., all the crew in a state of mutiny (the master was supposed to have left the ship in the night time), by the Sumatra, arrived at this port (Glasgow).

CANTON, May 21. -- The Anne, Duncan, is lost on the island of Formosa; crew saved, and prisoners to the Chinese. The Montague, from Bombay, bound for China, was lost near the coast of Luconia; crew saved, and arrived at Manilla.

The Prince of Orange was hourly expected at Singapore, 6th June.


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