!! Connaught Journal; July 22, 1824 "Galway Items"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, July 22, 1824
COUNTY OF GALWAY
TO BE SOLD
THE LANDS OF LYDICAN.
Containing Forty Acres or thereabouts.- These lands are in good Heart, and
enclosed by a Demesne Wall of Ten Feet, and beautifully Planted.- The Lands are
out of Lease, and situated in the Demesne of Raheen, and within two miles of
Gort and in the Barony of Kiltarton.
Application as to Title, &c., to be made to John W. Browne, 16, Kildare
No preference is promised.
July 22, 1824.
Takes leave to acquaint the inhabitants of Galway and its District that he
has this day been appointed AGENT for the "ROYAL IRISH ASSURANCE COMPANY" of
DUBLIN, in which capacity he hopes, by strict integrity and attention, to give
The inducements offered by this great Establishment and the moderation of
their terms, the equity of their dealings, and the low rates of charges, which
must give to the Assured, advantages equal, if not superior to what are offered
by any similar Establishments in this Kingdom.
Office Merchant's Road,
July 22, 1824.
Said FYNN will Let the HOUSE and MILL he now holds at Newtownsmith.
Having, previous to leaving Galway, paid all Bills and Accounts that he
knew of being due, requests that if he is justly owing Accounts to any Persons
in Galway, that they will leave them at his former place of residence, with Mr.
John Kelly, to be forwarded to him.--Galway, July 22, 1824.
County of the Town of Galway to wit.
TAKE NOTICE that I have surrendered myself to the Sheriff of the County of
the Town of Galway, and that I am confined a prisoner in the body of the prison
for the said County, and that I intend to abide my trail at the next Assizes for
the said County, for the alleged Murder of THOMAS REGAN, of which all persons
concerned are hereby desired to take notice.-Dated and given under my hand this
21st day of July, 1822. 
JAMES x CULLEN
Present, read and explained to the said James Cullen.
To Anne Regan, the mother of the said Thos. Regan, deceased, and all others
whom it may concern.
Gaoler for said County.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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