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!! Connaught Journal; Apr 29, 1824 "To be Let-Galway"

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, April 29, 1824 TO BE LET From the first day of May next, THE LODGE AND OFFICES OF HOLLYNAUT, PART OF THE ESTATE OF
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 14, 2004
      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Thursday, April 29, 1824

      TO BE LET
      From the first day of May next,
      THE LODGE AND OFFICES OF
      HOLLYNAUT,
      PART OF THE ESTATE OF CAPPARD,
      For such Terms as may be agreed upon,
      TOGETHER with the twenty-three acres of good Tillage, Meadow and Fattening
      Land, with sufficient Turbary very convenient to same; the Land well watered and
      enclaved. The above Lodge is within 4 miles of Gort, and 9 of Loughrea, and
      situated in the best Sporting Country in this County, with a large Tract of
      Mountain, well worth the notice of any Sporting Gentleman-as in further comment,
      the Lands will prove what is stated.
      For particulars as to the Rent, applications to be made to Richard
      Galbraith, Esq., Cappard, or to the Rev. John Galbraith, of Dangan, (if by
      letter post paid). No preference promised but to the highest and best bidder.
      April 26, 1824.
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      COUNTY OF GALWAY,
      TO BE LET,
      From the First Day of May next, for such Term, and in such Divisions, as may be
      agreed on,
      THE LANDS OF
      KILCURRIFF,
      The Estate of MARTIN J. LYNCH, Esq.
      ABOUT 400 Acres, and now let in Divisions, as follows:-
      ANBALLYPARK, held by Pierre Blake, Esq.
      BARNPARK, held by John F. Browne, Esq.
      PARKALOMTOUGH, held by Mr. Peter Roach.
      COURSEPARK, held by Mr. Tim Silk.
      The above Lands are situate in the Barony of Clare, mid-way between Tuam
      and Galway.
      Proposals to be received by Mr. James Barrett, Athenry, (if by letter post
      paid) who will close with the Tenant or Tenants when the value is offered.
      April 26, 1824.
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      TO BE LET
      From the First of May next, for such Term as may be agreed on,
      ABOUT NINETY-FIVE ACRES OF
      LIMNOUGH,
      Close to the Demesne of Kilmanduff, and within about two miles of the Town of
      Headford.
      THE LAND is of Excellent Quality for Pasture or Tillage--Proposals will be
      received by Walter Butler, Esq, Cregg; or Walter Butler, jun., Esq, Seamount,
      near Gort.
      April 20, 1824

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