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!! Connaught Journal; Aug 30, 1824 "McDermott Lands to Let - Galway"

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL GALWAY, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1824 COUNTY OF GALWAY TO BE LET From the 11th of November next, The following LANDS, part of the Estate of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 3, 2005
      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      GALWAY, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1824

      COUNTY OF GALWAY
      TO BE LET
      From the 11th of November next,

      The following LANDS, part of the Estate
      of A.J. M'DERMOTT, Esq. A. R. P.

      No. 1- The Lands of Cloughmore,
      rich Arable, Pasture and Meadow
      Land: 260 0 0

      No. 2 - The Lands of Mount Ross,
      do, do, do, about 268 0 0
      [Those Lands are in the Barony
      of Clare and Parish of Killieny, lies
      from one to two miles from Headford,
      one from Lough Corrib, and nine from
      Galway, by the New Road, the greater
      part of which is finished]

      No. 3 - The Farm of Carrowkeel,
      rich Pasture and Meadow 70 0 0
      [ A House and Office lately built
      by the Proprietor]

      No. 4 - The Farm and Bog Park,
      do, do, two Farm Houses, &c. and
      a considerable tract of Bog and
      Waste, about 80 0 0

      No. 5 - Part of the Lands of
      Loughturke, do, do. 76 0 0
      [ A good House, &c. and a large
      tract of Bog and Waste]

      No. 6 - The Farm of Loughanbane
      do, do. 36 0 0

      No. 7 - Part of the Lands of
      Ballooly, do, do. 37 0 0

      No. 8 - Part of the Lands of
      Crossconnel, do, do. 6 0 0

      Those Lands from No. 3 to No. 8 are in the Parish of Clontouskert and
      Barony of Clonmacnoon, are of the best description and lies from three to four
      miles from Ballinasloe, and from one to two of the new line of Canal, (now in
      rapid progress) from Shannon Harbour to that Town.
      The above Lands, in order to accommodate the Public, will, if necessary, be
      sub-divided.
      Proposals will be received, and long Leases and good encouragement given,
      to solvent and industrious Tenants, by the Proprietor, A.J. M'Dermott, Esq.
      Ramore, Loughrea.
      N.B. - The above Lands have been in the Landlord's hands for several years.
      Some excellent Old Upland Hay for Sale, and a few Thousand Ash, Elm, Beech,
      and Oak, from 15 to 20 feet high, fit for hedge-row planting, being strong and
      well rooted, and out of the reach of the Cattle to be disposed of. The entire
      Nursery which is a most valuable one, will be Sold at a valuation.
      Michael Broderick, the Gardner at Ramore, will receive proposals.

      August 30, 1824

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