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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Monday, August 9, 1824 MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT A fine boy, aged 12 years, second son of Mr. Devenish, at the Island of Arran, was
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Monday, August 9, 1824

      MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT
      A fine boy, aged 12 years, second son of Mr. Devenish, at the Island of
      Arran, was unfortunately drowned a few days since while in the act of stepping
      from a canoe into a sailing boat. - Every exertion was used on finding the body
      to restore animation, but all efforts proved fruitless.

      ANOTHER ACCIDENT
      The lifeless corpse of Mr. Francis O'Flaherty, eldest son of Mr.
      O'Flaherty, of Garomoe, was found in his room a few days since, in which he had
      previously retired in perfect health and spirit. The contents of a fowling
      piece, which lay upon the table, and which, he is supposed, he was preparing for
      sport, were found discharged into his body - and thus has this promising youth
      found a premature grave in the very spring time of his life. He was 21 years of
      age - was universally and deservedly esteemed, and is now regretted by all who
      knew him.

      COUNTY GALWAY
      TO BE LET
      And Immediate possession given during the Minority of John Burke, Esq., a Minor.
      CHURCH PARK, as lately held by Walter Lambert, Esq. subject to Reclamation
      within 6 months, good Meadow and Pasture Land __ Viso, part of KNOCKBRACK about
      100 Acres good Sheep Walk.
      Proposals in writing to Thomas Ball, John W. Browne, Esq., Dublin; and
      Michael Dowdall, Esq. Tyaquin, Monivae.
      August 2, 1824.

      COUNTY GALWAY
      TO BE LET
      And immediate possession given, the following Lands, part of Newtown, the Estate
      of James Kelly, Esq., viz: -
      PART OF LISS, as lately held by Mr. Malachy Foy, containing Forty five
      Acres, subject to Redemption within six months - Also, the MILLS and STORES of
      Newtown, with about Nine Acres of Land and a good Dwelling House.
      Proposals in writing only to A. Toller, Esq., ?arm-Hill, and Michael
      Dowdall, Esq. Tyaquin, Monivae.
      August 9, 1824

      ELASTIC WATERPROOF HAT WARE-HOUSE
      P. SMYTH
      RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and the Public, that he has received this
      day, direct from the best Manufacturers in Dublin,
      A Large Assortment of HATS.
      Which will be sold cheaper than any ever offered for Sale in this Town.
      Terms CASH - and no SECOND PRICE.
      August 9th, 1824

      FRESH ARRIVALS
      TO THE
      Cheap Linen and Woollen-Drapery Establishment,
      HIGH-STREET.
      COLL KELLY, Proprietor,
      HAS Carefully selected, in Dublin, under his own immediate inspection,
      A Fashionable Assortment of every Article in the above Line,
      Which he offers for Sale on the most moderate terms.
      Galway, 9th August, 1824.

      T. BARNARDO
      (From London)
      HAS just arrived, with an Elegant and Large Assortment of SEAL SKIN CAPS,
      for Gentlemen and Children, from 4s to 11s each; and as the Subscriber will
      remain in Town for a few days only, the Public are earnestly invited to avail
      themselves of the present opportunity, as the entire will be Sold at the above
      LOW PRICES.
      N.B.- To be seen at Mr. W. STAUNTON'S, Anchor Tavern, Quay-street.
      Galway, August 9, 1824.


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