THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, January 20, 1825
MR. FLANAGAN, OF SLIGO - On Thursday last, Mr. Flanagan, of Sligo,
attended a Bench of Magistrates held at Ardee, and having complained in
strong terms, that a license was refused to a publican, named Owen
M'Kittrick; he pledged himself to have a criminal information filed against
the Magistrates of the county of Louth, for refusing said license. Mr.
Flanagan was immediately ordered into the custody of the Sheriff, and an
order was made to have him committed to the Gaol of the County for one
month. Lord Roden was one of the Magistrates on the Bench.
A man named John Power, has been committed to Waterford jail on
suspicion of having murdered his illegitimate son.
TO BE LET
For one Year, from the first of May next, and immediate possession given.
THE HOUSE, OFFICES and DEMESNE, of COTTAGE, containing 33 Acres,
situate within a quarter of a mile of Loughrea. The House and Offices are in
the best order, having been lately fitted up in the neatest manner. There is
a very good Garden, and the Lands are of the best quality and in good heart.
The FURNITURE, which is new and fashionable, will be Sold, when the
place is Set, either by Public Auction or by Private Contract or Valuation,
as may be agreed upon.
Proposals (in writing) will be received by David B. Power, Esq.,
Cottage, or Jethro J. Bricknell, Esq., Loughrea.
Any Person who takes said Lands can have a further term, by applying to
Sir John Reade, Moynoe-House, Scariffe.
January 17, 1825
TO BE LET
And Immediate Possession given,
THE HOUSE, OFFICES, and GARDEN, of Bermingham Lodge, with the Grass of a Cow
should it be required, and Ground for Tillage - it is a delightful
Residence, fit for the immediate residence of any Gentleman and his Family,
and within a short distance of the Town of Tuam.
Applications to be made to Mr. Griffith, on the Premises, or at the
Gold Cave Cottage, Tuam.
January 17, 1825.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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