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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, July 12, 1824 MARRIED In Gort, Mr. Christopher Bernard, of Limerick, to Hela Lucinda, daughter of the late Cesar French,
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, July 12, 1824


      MARRIED
      In Gort, Mr. Christopher Bernard, of Limerick, to Hela Lucinda, daughter of
      the late Cesar French, Esq. of Fairyhill, county Galway.


      PUBLIC MEETING
      To JAS. H. BURKE, Esq., Mayor.
      We the Undersigned, respectfully request you will convene a Meeting of the
      Inhabitants of the Town at as early a day as possible, to consider the
      expediency of forming an Association for the support of the Poor, and the
      suppression of Mendicity.-- Galway, July 19, 1824.
      James Daly, Warden; J.L. Reilly; J. Veitch, M.D.; Pat M. Burke; J.T.
      Molloy, P.P.; Anthony Lynch; N. Browne, High Sheriff; Coll Kelly; M.V. Browne;
      John D'Arcy; Michael Noone; J.H. Morgan; James Costello; Thomas French; James P.
      Morris; Charles Browne, Nicholas Browne, James Jones; Patt Stephens & Son; John
      Clayton; F. Fitzgerald; J. Ireland; James Fynn, E. French, R.C. Warden; L.
      Maclachlan; Edmund Eyre; John & James Burke; A.M'Dermott; Mark Finn, P.P.; Patt
      Joyes; Richard Joyes; Thomas Corr; Bernard Corr; John Burke; Mark Lynch; P.M.
      Lynch; Richard Martyn; John Moore; W. Taylor D'Arcy; Edward Burke; Thomas
      Langley; John Kelly; John Stephens.
      _____________

      Pursuant to the above Requisition, I hereby appoint a Meeting of the
      Inhabitants of this Town to be held at the County Court House at the hour of two
      o'clock in the afternoon of FRIDAY, the 16th instant, to consider the expediency
      of forming a Mendicity Association.
      JAMES H. BURKE, Mayor.
      Galway, July 12, 1824.

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      FASHIONABLE MUSIC
      Mr. and Miss Wallace
      Respectfully beg leave to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Galway and its
      vicinity, that they have come to reside permanently in the Town and purpose
      teaching the HARP, PIANO-FORTE, GUITAR, GRECIAN LYRE, DOUBLE FLAGEOLET, Singing
      and Nocompaniment, in the most approved style, and on very moderate terms. Mr.
      W. also teaches the FLUTE and CLARINET, and trusts his experience and attention
      will recommend him to the patronage of the public.
      Any commands addressed to him, opposite the New Chapel, Middle-street, will
      be thankfully received and attended to.
      N.B.- Mr. WALLACE can accommodate Pupils at his house with the use of any of
      the above instruments ---PIANO-FORTE tuned and repaired.
      July 12, 1824.


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