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Connaught Journal; Feb 7, 1825; Galway Items

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, February 7, 1825 The estate of Menlo, part of which lies in the Counties of Galway and Clare, is about to afford some
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, February 7, 1825

      The estate of Menlo, part of which lies in the Counties of Galway and
      Clare, is about to afford some employment to the Gentlemen of the long robe.
      Mr. F.B. Foster claims it, he says, as heir-at-law. -- Weekly Register.

      DARING OUTRAGE
      On Thursday night last, the pound of Moycullen, which is situate
      immediately opposite the pound-keeper's house, was broke open by some
      persons, and several head of cattle taken therefrom, seized on the lands of
      Killigaile, the estate of William Martin, Esq., and impounded for a large
      arrear of rent due to him. The owners of the cattle must, no doubt, have
      been the perpetrators of this daring outrage; and, strange to say, the
      pound-keeper nor his sons, who act for him, have not as yet come forward to
      lodge information against these persons, although they cannot be known to
      them - nor have they rendered any account to Mr. Martin for the property
      thus committed to their charge. We understand an investigation of this
      affair is to take place before P.M. Burke, Esq. a Magistrate of this County.

      FORT-HILL
      About Seven Acres of this Land, being part of the Estate of Thomas H.
      Royse, Esq., will be Set from the 25th of March next. A Lease of one or two
      hundred years will be granted.
      For further particulars apply (if by letter post paid) to A. Royse,
      Esq., Ougherterard, or Francis Leland, Esq. 6, Fitzwilliam square, Dublin.
      February 3d, 1825

      ADVERTISEMENT
      The Franciscan Nuns having surrendered the Lease of their HOUSE in
      Market-street, Galway, commonly called the Franciscan Nunnery, Mr. MARTYN,
      will Set said House from the first to May next, with the large Plot, House
      and Garden, in the rere of it, for any term of Years that may be agreed on,
      or will give Lease forever to a solvent Tenant who will engage to Build a
      good, modern Slate House on it, and will give all the Materials of the Old
      House, in which there is a considerable quantity, of sound, valuable OAK,
      and other Materials, that will be a very great assistance to any Person
      inclining to build thereon.
      Proposals (if by letter, post paid), to Edw. Martyn, Esq., Tillyra,
      Gort.
      February 3, 1825.


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