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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, December 6, 1824 CATHOLIC CORPORATION WE, the undersigned Inhabitants of the Town of Galway, request a General Meeting of
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, December 6, 1824


      CATHOLIC CORPORATION

      WE, the undersigned Inhabitants of the Town of Galway, request a
      General Meeting of the Non-Tribes, at the hour of One o'Clock, at Connelly's
      Great Rooms, Eyre's square, on Wednesday next, to take into consideration
      the best mode of freeing themselves from the odious and degrading system so
      long and so unjustly exercised by Persons, calling themselves "The Galway
      Families" in the exclusive Election of Wardens and Vicars.:

      John Burke Francis
      Patrick M. Burke, Danesfield
      Richard Adams
      Francis Comyn
      James Burke
      Denis Clarke
      John Ireland
      James Fynn
      Charles Costello
      John Kelly
      Michael Kelly
      Richard Burke
      Laurence Burke
      Henry Baldwin
      Francis O'Flaherty, Kingston
      Anthony O'Flaherty
      John Clayton
      Pat Clayton
      Coll Kelly
      William Murphy
      John Ryan
      James Cahill, M.D.
      James Knight
      Patrick Ferrall.



      TO BE LET
      And Immediate Possession given,

      ABOUT Two Hundred and Eighty-two Acres part of the Lands of CARNMORE,
      either in the whole or in separate Divisions. Encouragement will be given to
      solvent Tenants for Improvements.
      Proposals (in writing only) to be addressed to M. Blake, Esq.,
      Tower-hill, Ballyglass; and to M. Dowdall, Esq. Tyaquin, Moinvea.
      MICHAEL DOWDALL.
      December 6, 1824



      WINTER GRASS
      TO BE LET
      Till the First of May next, 20 Acres of the
      LANDS OF MOOR-AUGHINE
      Near Castle-Lambert.

      SAID LANDS are preserved since May last and are extremely good for
      Sheep and Black Cattle; also well Watered and Divided.
      Application to James Burke, Esq., Prospect Athenry,
      December 6, 1824



      TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION

      In the Matter of } AT the COUNTY HALL, in
      Peter Lawless, } the Town of Galway, on the
      An Insolvent. } 21st day of December next, Lot
      _____________} No. 1. Whatever Reversionary
      Right or interest the said Insolvent has or may have, or claim, after the
      death of Elizabeth Lawless otherwise Ward, his wife, of in and to the
      one-half Share or Moity, of all that and those, the Mills and Houses on the
      West Bridge, in the ton of Galway, known by the name of "Ward's Mills and
      Houses" with the Appurtenances now let insolvent tenants.
      These Premises are held under a lease from J. Blake, of Forhough, Esq.
      for a term of 999 years, from 1793, subject only to the trifling yearly rent
      of £17.
      Lot No. 2, Whatever Right, Title, or Interest said Insolvent now has in
      and to the one undivided fourth part of the Four Quarters of the Lands of
      URRISLANEW or IRRISLANEW, in the County of Galway.
      A statement of the Insolvent's Title to the above Premises, and further
      particulars, may be known by application to John Galway, the Assignee of
      said Insolvent, 11, Summer-hall, Dublin.
      December 6, 1824.



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