THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, May 6, 1824
Mable Clare Ball, Widow, } Pursuant to a
and Others, } Decree in the Cause
Plaintiffs, }and a subsequent ???
Giles Eyre Esq & others }made thereto, bearing
Defendants. }date the 15th day of
____________________}November 1819, I will on Monday, the 26th day of April
next, at my Office, on the Inns-quay, at the hour of one o'clock, set up and
sell to the highest and fairest bidder, the several Lands in the Decrees in this
Cause mentioned, situate in the King's County and County of Galway, the Estate
of the Defendant, Giles Eyre, Esq. or a competent part thereof, for the purposes
in said Decree mentioned.
Dated this 7th day of April, 1824.
For further particulars apply to William Cosgrave and Sons, North Great
George's-street, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs, or to John Mahon, Esq.
Marlborough-street, Solicitor for the Defendant Giles Eyre, Esq. and others.
The above Sale is adjourned to Tuesday the Eleventh of May next, at one
o'clock, at the place above mentioned.- Dated the 29th day of April, 1824.
May 3. THOMAS ELLIS.
John Galloway, } Pursuant to an Order of
Plaintiff } his Majesty's High Court
The Corporation of }of Chancery in Ireland
the Commissioners }dated the 23d day of April
for building Bridge }1824, I will on Monday
over the River Shan- }the 10th day of May next,
non, at Portumna, } Set to Auction at my
Defendants. } Chambers at the Inns-
_______________ } quay, in the City of Dublin,
at the hour of one o'Clock in the afternoon of said day, all that the Pontage
Tolls and Duties leviable upon the Bridge of Portumna, in the County of Galway,
being the Mortgaged Premises in the Pleadings of this Cause mentioned, for 3
years, pending this Cause.
Dated this 26th day of April, 1824.
For further particulars apply to William Goddard, Plaintiffs Solicitor, 15,
Middle Gardiner-st, Dublin.
April 29, 1824.
TO BE LET,
For such term as may be agreed on, and immediate possession given,
THE FARM of TONEROE, (part of the Estate of Lydigan,) situated within 5 miles of
Galway, and 3 of Oranmore, containing about 164 acres of UPLAND, well known to
be a good wholesome SHEEP WALK.
Application to Mr. Dominick Doyle, Galway.
May 6, 1824
Cathy Joynt Labath
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