786!! Connaught Journal; Aug 23, 1824 "Barracks Lamps"
- May 1, 2005THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Monday, August 23, 1824
Office of the Ordnance.
Dublin, 20th August, 1824.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this Office until
Twelve o'Clock on TUESDAY, the 7th of next Month, from such persons as may be
disposed to CONTRACT for CLEANING, TRIMMING, and LIGHTING, with MATERIALS OF
GOOD AND SUFFICIENT QUALITY, the exterior LAMPS at all or any of the
under-mentioned BARRACKS, to the 1st day of September, 1825, viz.-
Arklow, Armagh, Athlone, Athy, Banagher, Ballyshannon, Ballyghedereen,
Belfast, Belturbet, Boyle, Caher, Carlow, Cavan, Cashel, Carrick-on-Shannon,
Carrick on Suir, Clare-Castle, Clonmel, Clogheen, Cork, Royal Barracks (Dublin),
Portobello (Dublin), Richmond (Dublin), Recruiting Depot (Dublin), Duncannon
Fort, Drogheda, Dundalk, Dunmore, Ennis, Enniskillen, Fermoy, Fethard, Foxford,
Galway, Gort, Granard, Kinsale, Kilkenny, Loughrea, Limerick, Longford,
Monaghan, Mullingar, Naas, Newbridge, Newry, New Ross, Oughterard, Omagh,
Parsonstown, Portumna, Philipstown, Roscommon, Youghal, Roscrea, Sligo,
Shannonbridge, Templemore, Tralee, Tullamore, Tullagh, Waterford, Wexford.
Printed Forms of the Tenders, Particulars of the Agreements to be entered
into, and Certificates as to Solvency of Security, may be had at this Office,
between the hours of Ten and Four o'Clock, or upon application to the
Barrack-Masters at the various Stations.
Tenders to be Sealed up, and addressed to the respective Officers, Ordnance
Office, Dublin, endorsed "Tenders for Lighting Lamps." And they request it may
be particularly understood that Tenders unaccompanied with the Printed Forms of
Agreement and Certificate will not be taken into consideration.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News