!! Connaught Journal; Oct 4, 1824
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Galway, Monday, October 4, 1824
By special license, on the 29th instant, at St. Thomas's Church, and
afterwards by the Rev. Mr. Glynn, Roman Catholic Parish Priest, Roderic
O'Connor, Esq., eldest son of Roderic O'Connor, Esq. of Milltown-house,
County Roscommon, to Cecilia, second daughter of the late John M'Donnell, of
Carranacun, County Mayo, Esq.
This morning, by the Rev. Peter Daly, P.P., J.M' Donough, of
Letterarde, Esq. to Miss Fynn, of Wood-quay.
At Portumna, in the 68th year of his age, Malachy Donelan, Esq., M.D.,
many years an eminent Physician in this County.
In Shop-street, on Friday last, much regretted, Mrs. Brady, wife of Mr.
At his house in Flood-street, on Sunday evening, of a short illness,
Constantine Sloper, Esq.- the integrity of whose life an amiable disposition
have rendered his death a matter of very general regret.
TO BE LET
Or the Interest Sold.
For 12 1/2 Years from the 29th September Inst.
THE LANDS OF
ADJOINING the Town of Tuam, late in the possession of the late Mrs.
Cheevers, of the Grove, containing 29 Acres.
Proposals to be received by the Right Honorable James Fitzgerald,
Dublin, and John Egan, Esq. of Tuam.
October 4th, 1824.
WILL Set his PLOW at the Nunn's Island, on which there are TWO DWELLING
HOUSES, with COACH HOUSE, STABLE and other Offices; and room to build two
Large Houses, The whole containing in front, one hundred and seventeen feet
six inches, and in depth from front to rere one hundred and ninety feet. Or
he will sell in Interest therein, being a Term of Three Young Lives or
Seventy Years, subject to £26 a year Head-rent.
September 30, 1824.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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