Connaught Journal; January 24, 1825
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Monday, January 24, 1825
TO BE LET
Until the first day of May next,
THE GRASS of 500 Acres of the LANDS of MOVILLA -these lands are well
known to possess a superior quality for keeping Stock in prime condition
through the Winter - they are well-inclosed and sub-divided by six feet
walls; the whole will be set, or in divisions.
Applications to Patrick O'Connor, Esq., Newgarden, Tuam; or William
Burke, Esq., Loughrea.
January 24, 1825.
TO BE LET
For One Year, from the first of May next, and immediate possession given,
THE HOUSE, OFFICES, and DEMESNE, of COTTAGE, containing ?? 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 ????.
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.,
Cullage; 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.
In St. Thomas's Church, Dublin, John Legge, Esq, eldest son of William
Legge, Esq., of Ganane, county Tipperary, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. J.
Silk, Castleview, near Portumna.
A man named John Power, has been committed to Waterford jail on
suspicion of having murdered his illegitimate child.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News