!! Connaught Journal; Mar 29, 1824 "James Kelly, Surveyor"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Monday, March 29, 1824
Impressed with a deep sense of gratitude for the Patronage he experienced
in the County of Galway since he came there to reside in 1815, and offered
himself to the notice of the Nobility and Gentry of that County-From the general
satisfaction he has had the good fortune to give, he is emboldened to say (but
with the humblest confidence) that he can refer such Gentleman of Landed
Property as he has not yet the honor of being known to, to EACH, of many of the
first respectability, that he has made Extensive Surveys for, and flatters
himself with hopes, on enquiry will be found to possess these essential and
indispensable requisites- ABILITY & INTEGRITY adequate to the Great Trust that
must unavoidably be reposed of a Land Surveyor.
Commands addressed at any time to him, Post-Office Loughrea, will be
immediately forwarded, and duly attended to, or to Belview Eyrecourt, until the
1st of May. As Mr. Kelly is at present engaged in the Survey of the Estates of
Lord Clanricarde in the neighbourhood of Galway, any commands addressed to him
at Connolly's Hotel, until the 4th of April, will be attended to.
March 20, 1824.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News