Grahamstown Journal

Grahamstown Journal 1846 - 3 - July to September

Transcribed from holdings at the British Library. Issues for July-December 1846 are not available at the National Archives at Kew.

Saturday 4 July 1846

MRS. CAUDLE TURNED POET

Past ten o'clock, oh dear what can
Have become of that tiresome, troublesome man?
But hark! A knock! Yes here he is,
I'd like to scratch that face of his!

Well Mr. Caudle, you're late again,
What keeps you out till half past ten?
Now I'm determined, come what may,
To find out where you've been today.

To FULLER's shop – a fine excuse
Come that won't do Sir, just produce
Some proof that won't admit of doubt,
For I'm resolved to find you out.

You knew – at least you ought to know,
That FULLER's shop is all the go,
For first rate clothing, ready made,
Well, for this once, I'll not upbraid.

For Caudle, you did wisely act,
To go to FULLER's – that's a fact;
If you had always acted thus
'Twould save us much unpleasant fuss.

NB Mr. Caudle advises all husbands to purchase their clothing at FULLER's, if they study peace and quietness, and dislike Curtain Lectures.

Saturday 11 July 1846

DIED at Grahamstown on the 27th ult, Mr. Robert WATKINS, aged 36 years, deeply regretted by his family and all who knew him.

MARRIED at Graaff-Reinet by the Rev W. Long on Tuesday the 23rd June, Mr. Samuel Alfred PROBART to Helen, seventh daughter of Mr. S. BURRELL of Sidbury

Saturday 18 July 1846

DIED at Drummore on the 17th January 1846, William AITCHISON Esq of Drummore. Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation.

Saturday 25 July 1846

MARRIED on the 22nd instant at his residence at Fort Beaufort by the Rev Herbert Beaver, Mr. John Fuller SHEPPERSON to Miss Ann BAXTER of Post Retief, late from Barking, Essex, England.

Saturday 1 August 1846

DIED on the 12th inst at the age of 63 years and 6 months, Johan Ludwig LEEB Esq, Justice of the Peace and Land Surveyor, born at Memingen in Bavaria. His bereaved wife and children deeply deplore the loss of an affectionate husband and father.
M. LEEB, born SOMMER
Graaff-Reinet 16th July 1846

DIED at Graham's Town on Thursday the 30th, Daniel Wright MASKELL, youngest son of Mr. John MASKELL, aged five months.

NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP
The Undersigned beg to notify their Friends and the Public that they have entered into Partnership as Auctioneers and Appraisers.
R.J. PAINTER
James McMASTER
Fort Beaufort June 30 1846

Saturday 15 August 1846

BIRTH at Graaff-Reinet on Thursday 30th July, Mrs. S.G. LOW of a son.

DIED at Graham's Town on the 7th inst, after a protracted illness of two months, Carlo BROLIE, a native of Salo, Italy, aged sixty six years one month and seventeen days. His bereaved widow and children deplore the loss of an affectionate husband and father.

DIED at Graham's Town on Friday the 14th instant, Frederick John MAHONY, youngest son of Mr. John MAHONY of Howison's Poort, aged four months.

Saturday 29 August 1846

DIED at his residence in New-street on the 25th inst, after a short illness, Mr. Samuel TILDESLEY, in his 53rd year. His death is deeply regretted by his Friends and will long be felt by his Children and their affectionate Mother.

Saturday 5 September 1846

MARRIED in the Village of Colesberg, on Monday 17th August 1846, Mr. John C. HOBSON to Miss Elizabeth HOLL of Maidstone, Kent, and grand daughter to James FOULGER Esq, Regent Street, London.

DIED at Graham's Town on the 31st August, Mrs. Janet WEIR, mother of James WEIR, missionary of the Free Church of Scotland.

Saturday 12 September 1846

BIRTH at Graham's Town on Friday the 11th inst, Mrs. J.R. O'REILLY of a son.

BIRTH at Fort Peddie on the 20th August, the lady of Capt. Colin CAMPBELL, 91st Regiment, of a son.

Saturday 26 September 1846

DIED at Fort Beaufort on Tuesday the 15th inst, Mrs. A. CUMMING, aged 51 years, deeply lamented by her numerous Friends and Relatives.
Fort Beaufort, 26th September 1846.

DIED on the [illegible] instant, James HYDE, youngest son of Alexander and Frances HYDE, aged one year and six months.
Graham's Town, 23rd Sept 1846

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