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    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, May 10, 1824 The following are the names of the Roman Catholic Noblemen, who, under existing circumstances, are debarred
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, May 10, 1824

      The following are the names of the Roman Catholic Noblemen, who, under
      existing circumstances, are debarred the privilege of sitting in the House of
      Lords:- The Duke of Norfolk; Earls Fingall, Shrewsbury, and Kenmare; Viscounts
      Gormanstown, Netterville, Taaffe, and Southwell; and Lords Trimleston, Ffrench,
      Stourton, Petre, Arundel, and Clifford.

      SPRING AND LANGAN- The match between these heroes received the finish on
      Saturday, by the stakes being deposited at a meeting of the fancy held at
      Cribb's.

      AMICABLE SOCIETY.
      At a General Meeting of the Amicable Society, held at their Rooms on Friday
      the 7th instant, the following Gentlemen were elected Officers for the ensuing
      half-year, viz.:-
      Honorable Martin Ffrench, President,
      Lieutenant James Mahon, Vice-President,
      Peter M. Ffrench, Esq, Secretary,
      James Costello, Esq. Treasurer,
      Lieutenant John R. Joyce, Librarian,
      Doctor Henry Blake, Committee,
      Doctor James Veitch, Committee,
      Lachlan Maclachlan, Committee, and
      John Ireland, Esqrs.

      BUILDING GROUND
      TO BE LET
      Or the Interest in the Lease Sold,
      THE PLOT in Meyrick's-square, well known by the name of "The Custom-Gap
      Plot." Also Twenty Feet to the Westward thereof (which would be Set
      appropriately if more convenient) This would be a most desirable site for
      erecting Dwelling Houses or Stores, and any number of years required can be
      given, the Lease being for Lives renewable for every, at the small yearly rent
      of Forty Shillings.
      Proposals will be received by Mrs. Dodsworth, Middle-street; or, Mr. Luke
      Dodsworth, at THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Office who will treat with any person
      disposed to lease or purchase the above Plots.
      Galway, May 10, 1824.

      TO BE LET
      From the first of June instant,
      FOR THREE MONTHS FURNISHED,
      A COMMODIOUS HOUSE near the Square, containing three Parlours, a Drawing
      Room, seven Bed Rooms, Kitchen, Servant's Hall, and Pantry. There can be given
      the use of a Garden, well cropped and the Grass of two Fields extending to the
      Sea.
      Applications to Thomas French, Abbeygate street, Galway.
      May 10, 1824.

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