!! Connaught Journal; Apr 22, 1824 "Galway Items"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, April 22, 1824
Having surrendered some of his Farms, will Sell-
500 SHEEP BY AUCTION
In Lots on FRIDAY, the 30th day of APRIL instant, at his Park at Mount-pleasant,
near Loughrea, close to the field wherein "the Ploughing Match" will take place.
Approved Bills, payable the 8th of October will be taken in payment.
Loughrea, 19th April, 1824.
Bernard Browne, Esq. }By virtue of his
a. }Majesty's Writ
Andrew Browne, Esq. deceased }of fieri facias, in
John Blake a. Same }causes to me
_________________________}directed; I will
Laurence Fahy a. Same }on
the 28th Day of APRIL inst. Set up and Sell by Public Auction, at MOUNTHAZEL in
the County of Galway, all the Defendant's Household Furniture, Farming Utensils,
Carriage Gig & Jaunting Car, several valuable Draft and Saddle Houses, Wine,
Plate, &c., &c.
And on MONDAY, the 3d day of MAY next, at MOVILLA, in said County, all the
Defendant's Stock, consisting of 2000 & upwards of the best bred Sheep, of
different ages, 90 Head of Horned Cattle, a quantity of Hay and Corn, &c. &c.
ROBERT FRENCH, jun. Sheriff.
Office Loughrea, April 10, 1824
N.B.-It being the interest of the Creditors that this Sale should be as
productive as possible and the family of the deceased being anxious for the
attainment of the same object, request particularly the attendance of their
numerous friends, and have arranged that approved Bills, payable with interest,
the 10th day of October next, shall be taken in payment and one shilling in the
pound allowed for cash payments, where the sum shall exceed thirty pounds.
John Batchelor, Esq. }Pursuant to the Decree of
Plaintiff. } of the Right Hon. the Lord
Walter Blake, Esq. }High Chancellor of Ireland,
and others, }made in this Cause, bearing
Defendants. }date the 8th day of July,
________________}1819, I will, on Monday, the 10th day of May next, at one
o'clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers on the Inn's quay, Dublin, set up and
sell by Public Auction, to the highest and fairest bidder, all that and those
the Town and Lands of Gortspora, otherwise Gortponge and Glanskealy, two
quarters part and five parcel of Oranmore, five quarters part and parcel of four
quarters of Oranmore, in Mineduff, otherwise Moneduff, three Cartrons, or part
of Oranmore, and in Moneduff, two parcels, being three Cartrons, and one-fourth
Cartron Monemore, two quarters of Carrowmore, Monterinvilly, and two Islands,
one quarter of Lissinany, all situate , lying and being in the County of Galway,
the Town and Lands of Doonmacreeny, otherwise Drumackrine, otherwise Drumecrine,
otherwise Carrowenslane, one quarter Trimeskihill, othewise Tryneskchy, one qr.
Burrisk, otherwise Burrise, one quarter Carrowlogh, one quarter Carrowkilline,
othewise Carrowkillevine, one quarter Lisduff, otherwise Liduff, half a quarter
of Cinnmore, otherwise Clinmore, otherwise Cloohmore, two quarters, and Glebe
one-tenth of a quarter all situate, lying and being in the County of Mayo, or a
competent part thereof, for the purpose in said Decree mentioned.
Dated this 9th day of March, 1824.
For further information apply to Joseph Bromlow, Plaintiff's Solicitor, 31,
April 19th, 1824.
COUNTY OF GALWAY
TO BE LET
In the entire or separate Divisions, to accommodate good Tenantry,
About 264 Acres of the Lands of
The quality of which is so well known that they deserve the notice of
respectable Farmers who intend finishing their Stock for Ballinasloe.
Proposals to Michael G. Prendergast, Esq. No 5 Cleveland-row, London, or to
William Kelly, Stamp Office, Loughrea, to forward to him.
April 22, 1824.
COUNTY OF GALWAY
TO BE LET,
From the first day of May next, for such term of Years as may be agreed on
THE HOUSE AND OFFICES OF
With twenty-five Acres of choice Meadow Land, well subdivided, and
convenient to Turf and Water; situate within four miles of Athenry, twelve of
Ballinasloe, and eight of Loughrea.
Also the House and Offices of
With from fifty to one-hundred Acres of good Land, well subdivided, situate
within twelve miles of Ballinasloe, twelve of Tuam, and twelve of Loughrea.
Proposals to be received by Mr. Richard Burke, Gurteen Lodge,
Castleblakeney, or Mr. Bryan Cuniffe, Galway.
April 22, 1824.
FOR NEW YORK
The fine, fast-sailing, Coppered,
AMERICAN BRIG, EIRE,
Nathaniel Warner, Master, Burthell
TWO HUNDRED TONS;
Particularly well suited to carry PASSENGERS, having superior
To Sail on or about the first of May.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain, on Board, or
MR. ANTHONY LYNCH, High-street; April 8, 1824. Galway.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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