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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, March 25, 1824 CHANCERY In the Matter of } Pursuant to an Order of BLAQUIER, }the Lord High Chancellor a Lunatic
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 29, 2003
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Thursday, March 25, 1824

      CHANCERY
      In the Matter of } Pursuant to an Order of
      BLAQUIER, }the Lord High Chancellor
      a Lunatic }made in this matter bearing
      _____________ }date the 4th day of October last and also one other Order made
      in this Matter bearing date the 24th day of December last, at the hour of one
      o'clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, on the Inn's-quay, Dublin, at set up
      and Let, by Public Cant, to the highest and fairest bidder pending the Lunacy or
      for such term as may be agreed on, part of the Lands of Newhall, containing 52
      acres; part of the Lands of Castletown, containing 23 acres, 2 roods, and 20
      perches; and another part of Castletown, called Deerpark, containing 30 acres, 3
      roods,and 30 perches, & another denomination of Castletown, called Middlepark,
      containing 14 acres - Dated this 28th day of November, 1823.
      RODERICK CONNOR
      The above Setting is adjourned to Monday, the 29th day of March, at the
      time and place aforesaid.
      RODERICK CONNOR.
      The Lands of Newhall and Castletown are within one mile of the Town of
      Gort, in the County of Galway, and are in prime condition for Feeding or
      Tillage.
      Any person taking the Lands will be required to take out a Lease, and have
      two solvent persons to join them in a Recognizance, conditioned for the payment
      of the Rent, and performance of the Covenants to be entered into.
      Any further information can be had by applying to William Beauman,
      Solicitor, No. A2, Rutland-square, West; Messrs. Fletcher & Roe, No. 5,
      Foster-place; and Francis Cruise, the Receiver, No. 41, Lower Gardiner-street,
      Dublin.
      Mr. John Manton, of Gort, will shew the Lands.
      March 25, 1824.
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      NOTICE
      The Public are hereby cautioned not to take in payment, or otherwise, our
      joint Notes, passed to JOHN GLYNN, of Cuddugh, dated the 24th of March, 1823, as
      we are determined not to pay the amount of said Notes, having received no value
      for them.- Dated this 25th day of March, 1824.
      THOMAS GREADY,
      RICHARD BURKE.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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    • Cathy Joynt Labath
      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, March 25, 1824 STOLEN OR MISLAID On the 17th of March Instant A PROMISSORY NOTE, Amount-Thirty Pounds Payable to Murty
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 1, 2003
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        THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
        Galway, Thursday, March 25, 1824

        STOLEN OR MISLAID
        On the 17th of March Instant
        A PROMISSORY NOTE,
        Amount-Thirty Pounds
        Payable to Murty Glyn, Gort, by Jas. Lahiff, Esq.
        Any persons finding said Note will be handsomely Rewarded.--Gort, March 20,
        1824.
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        TO BE LET
        From the Twenty-Fifth Instant
        A NEAT HOUSE
        In Quay-street- at present occupied by Michael Morris, Esq.- Lowest Rent, Twenty
        Guineas per Annum.-Apply to P.M. Lynch, Back-street.- March. 15, 1824.

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        TO BE LET
        From the 1st day of May next, for such term as may be agreed on.
        THE HOUSE, OFFICES, and LANDS OF
        CARREEN,
        Containing near 100 Acres. The House is good and commodious to accommodate
        a good Tenant. It wils be Let, with any number of Acres required. The Ground is
        well known to be of the best quality for Fattening, Meadow, and Tillage; distant
        5 miles from Loughrea, and 16 from Galway.
        Application to be made (if by letter, post paid) to Miss Keary, Carreen,
        Loughrea; or Mules Burke, Esq., Fort-Hill, Gort.
        No preference promised nor will be given.
        March 18, 1824.

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