On the 11th inst., the Rev. J. H. POTTS Curate of Mullabrack, in the
Diocese of Armagh, of a fever caught in the discharge of his duty, the
virulence which terminated his valuable life in the short space of
fortnight. Hie death accorded with his life in the last moments of
reason, he resigned his spirit, expressing his firm trust in the mercy
of his Creator, through the merits of his Redeemer. His talents as a
Preacher were of the first order, while his able and faithful
discharge of his other duties, supported by the example of a religious
and moral life, rendered him a most efficient Minister of the Gospel.
His remains were attended to the grave by large number of those who
had profitted by his ministry, and whose unfeigned sorrow testified
their sense of his value and of the heavy loss they had sustained.

On the 26th ult, Henry ATKINS Esq. of Lurgan sincerely and deservedly
regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

On Thursday last in the 75th year of her age, after short illness. Mrs
MORGAN mother the late John MORGAN Esq., the lamented Editor of The
Newry Examiner. Her remains were conveyed from her late resilience in
Kilmorey street, Newry the morning of Saturday last, to the family
burial place Dromore.

On Saturday week, after tedious illness, at his house, in  York
street, Belfast, Mr. Robert STERLING timber merchant.

transcribed from the Newry Telegraph Tues 17 Nov 1835

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