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!! Connaught Journal; November 8, 1824; Galway Items

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, November 8, 1824 TO BE LET And Immediate Possession Given, THE FARM OF TONEROE, Part of the Estate of Lydigan, situate
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, November 8, 1824


      TO BE LET
      And Immediate Possession Given,
      THE FARM OF TONEROE,
      Part of the Estate of Lydigan, situate within five miles of Galway and
      three of Oranmore, containing about 164 acres, well known to be a wholesome
      sheep walk- preserved since May.
      Proposals (in writing) to be received by Mr. Dominick Doyle, Galway.
      November 8, 1824.
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      COUNTY OF GALWAY
      TO BE LET
      From the 1st November Instant,
      THE HOUSE and DEMESNE of CURANDON, containing 76 Acres of Prime Arable
      and Pasture Lands, together with the COMMONAGE containing in or about 20
      Acres:- also about 48 acres of grass preserved since May, will be set up to
      the 1st May next. These Lands are to well known to require any further
      specifics now.
      Proposals (if by letter, post paid) will be received by Theobald Burke,
      Esq., Burkefield, Aughrim, or Richard Macle, Roundfield, Athenry.
      November 8, 1824.
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      PROSPECT HILL DEMESNE.
      TO BE LET
      From the 1st of November, Instant.
      THE COTTAGE and DEMESNE of PROSPECT HILL, containing about 66 Acres
      part of the Estate of the Right Hon. Joseph Lord Wahscourt [part of the end
      of this name may be missing]. This beautiful Residence is situate on the
      Shore opposite to Ardfey; not more than 10 minutes sail from Galway; and
      contains every accommodation for a large Family; with Offices of every
      description an excellent Walled Garden. A lesser Quantity of Land would be
      Let with the Cottage.
      Application to be made to Mr. Ryan Renvile, near Oranmore.
      November 8, 1824.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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