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!! Connaught Journal; Mar 1, 1824 "Galway"

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, March 1, 1824 STATE OF THE COUNTY This great County enjoys at present the most uninterrupted tranquility. The calendar
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, March 1, 1824

      STATE OF THE COUNTY
      This great County enjoys at present the most uninterrupted tranquility. The
      calendar for trial at the next General Assizes is very light, and does not
      appear marked with any peculiarity as to enormity. Persons for trial, charged
      with Murder, 4; Rapes, 6; Abduction, 1; Bigamy, 2; Horse-stealing, 5; Cow,
      ditto, 9; Sheep ditto, 14; Robbery, 8; Minor Offences, 50; Total, 99, up to
      March.

      DROPPED
      BETWEEN ORANMORE AND GALWAY, A BLACK POCKET-BOOK, containing Bills and
      Notes to a valuable amount. Any Person returning it to Mr. William Ryan,
      Oranmore, will be thankfully rewarded.
      March 1, 1824.

      TO BE LET
      From the 25th of March Instant,
      For such Term as may be agreed on, and immediate possession given,
      The Neat and Commodious
      HOUSE IN FLOOD-STREET,
      Next to the Custom-House, lately held by Charles Costello, Esq.- Also the
      HOUSE AND SHOP,
      In Abbeygate-street, now in the possession of Mr. Timothy Murray, Pawnbroker.
      Application to be made to James Costello, Back-street- who has for sale a CARGO
      of
      BRITISH OAK BARK, FIRE BLOCKS, AND KILKENNY COALS,
      Which will be sold on the most reasonable terms.
      Galway, March 1, 1824
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      TO BE LET
      From the 25th instant, or 1st of May next,
      CHERRY COTTAGE,
      Lately occupied by PETER WARD, Esq. a Good Garden and 14 Acres.
      ORAN HILL with 20 acres and Excellent Garden on the Woodstock Road, within
      3 and 4 miles of Town. Turhary very convenient.
      Also, UPPER BOLLESKY, and DERRY RUSH, containing 846 Acres of Arable,
      Pasture and Good Mountain, on which a small FISHING LODGE has been lately built.
      The said Lands are situated within 9 miles of Galway.
      Proposals to be received by Edward O'Maley; or Mr. Austin Quin, Galway.
      March 1, 1824.

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