THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, February 26, 1824
This morning, in Mary-street, Newtownsmith, of a lingering illness, which
he bore with true christian fortitude and patience, Edward Blake, Esq. for many
years one of the Magistrates of this Town, and the first Roman Catholic in
Ireland who received the Commission of the Peace- it would be a useless task to
enumerate the many virtues- the unbounded hospitality- the pure Christian
charity which adorned the life of this excellent man, and rendered him a useful
member of society. They will, however, live after him; and the poor, in whom his
death will be a severe loss; and the opulent with whom his memory will be
cherished, will raise for him in their breast a fir and splendid monument, "ere
I HEREBY CAUTION THE PUBLIC not to CREDIT any of the Sailors belonging to
the Brig Firm of Kirealdy, as I will not be accountable for any Debts they may
Given under my hand at Galway, this 26th day of February, 1824.
TO BE LET
From the 25th of March
For such Term as may be agreed upon,
A NEW HOUSE AND OFFICES.
On the College Road, within a few perches of Meyrick's-square, consisting
of two Parlours, five Bed rooms, Kitchen, Larder, and Servants' room. There is a
small Garden, and a Pump in the Yard.
Applications to be made to Mr. M'Donnell, who resides in the adjoining
Galway, February 26, 1824.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
Just Arrived to
At the Corner of Maunsell's-square,
Direct from London, per the Richard and Anne, Captain Hart, Master,
A General Assortment of
GARDEN AND FARMING SEEDS
With a Variety of
FLOWER AND BIRD SEEDS,
&c., &c., &c.
Which will be sold on the most reasonable Terms.
Galway, Feb 20, 1824
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News