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ENNIS CHRONICLE 1812 FEB 23 FEB 12


ENNIS CHRONICLE 1812

Reply-To: Declan Barron <newparkhouse.ennis@eircom.net>

Feb 23

TO BE LET
For such Term as may be Agreed on
From the 25th day of March next,
Part of the LANDS of
KNOCKACUTTEEN
Adjoining Kilfenora, in the County of Clare,
Now held by Richard D'Arcy, Esq.
Containing about 90 Acres of choice Land.
The Tenant will be declared as soon as the value is Offered.
Proposals (in writing only) will be recieved by the Right Hon. Lord CASTLE COOTE, Custom House, Dublin, or by JOHN HAWKESWORTH, Esq., Forest Lodge, Mount Rath.

Mr. Mulvihill
WILL SET
From the First Day of May next,
For such Term as may be Agreed on
The Different Farms,
Now in his possession in the Barony of Burren, viz.
BALLYCASTLE                    170 Acres.
LISDOONVARNA                   66 Acres.
CRAGBALLYCONOLE          114 Acres.
Being all of superior Fattening quality.
Proposals to be made to Mr. MULVIHILL, Knockanira.

TO BE LET
Either in the whole or in Divisions, from the first day of May next, for 21 Years, and two Concurrent Lives to be named by the Lessor, the under described Parts of
Knockliscorane & Feighill,
Situate near the thriving and prosperous Town of Milltown, well calculated for Salt Water Lodges.
Proposals, by the Acre, for the Entire Contents including Bog (no other will be considered) to be recieved by the Right Hon. James Fitz-Gerald, Dublin. Duplicates whereof are to be sent to John O'Donnell, Esq., Ennis. N.B. None of the Proposals hitherto made will be accepted of. No.1 In possession of P. Hillery, and Partners. No.2 In the possession of Patrick Lenane and Partners. No.3 In the possession of Martin Honan, and Partners. No.4 In the possession of John Morony, and Partners. No.5 In the possession of L. Cunan, and Partners. No.6 In the possession of Mich. and Patrick Fraly.

TO BE LET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on,
EITHER TOGETHER OR IN DIVISIONS
The Farm of Lack
Containing between 7 and 800 Acres
Situate in the Barony of Clonderlaw,
And contiguous to Limerick and the River Fergus,
Proposals will be recieved by the Hon. MATHIAS FINUCANE, Lifford, or DANIEL O'GRADY, Esq., Kildysert. - The Tenant or Tenants, will be declared on or before the 25th of March.

TO BE LET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on
80 Acres of the Farm of
Clogher, (near Kilfenora),
Excellent Fattening Land.
Proposals to be recieved by HENRY BUTLER, Esq., Millbrook.

TO BE SET - From the First day of May next. in convenient divisions, to resident Tenants, for such Term as may be agreed on, about 200 Acres, part of
MOYREE
Between Tubber and Crusheen, most excellent Tillage Land, on which are several good Farm Houses.
BARRAGUGANE
in the Parish of Feakle, near Ayle's most profitable farm, with an extensive montain annexed, for the Improvement of which the Tenants would be liberally allowed, and on which are six homes lately built. About 100 Acres of Land of
Thome and Laccaroe,
near Maryfort, in the Parish of Tulla, which have been stocked for several Years, and are now in great heart. And, also, the House with any number of acres of the Denesne of TUREEN, near Ennis, that may be agreable to the Bidder. Application to DAN. O'CONNELL, Esq., Kilgory.

NOTICE
PERSONS willing to contract for the making of ?5? Perches of Road, Nine Feet wide with Gravel and Small Stones, extending from the landing place on Mutton Island to the Signal Tower; and for erecting a Wall four feet and a Half high on one side of said Road, and placing Three Field Gates on the line of emclosure, said Gates to be hung on Timber posts, Six Inches Square, are desired to send their Proposals to ROBERT KEAN, CHARLES, Esq., Beech Park, stating, seperately, the terms for such intended Work, who will transmit them to MAJOR GEN. FREEMAN, at the Barrack, ?oard.

TO BE LET
From the first day of May next, for such Term as may be agreed upon, either in the whole or in Divisions, the following Farms situate in the Barony of Burren.
FAHEYBEG & FAHEYMORE,
Containing about ?00 Acres of choice Fattening, Rearing, and sound Sheep Walk, well Watered and Sheltered.
KNOCKNAGROGH,
About 185 Acres of excellent Sheep Walk, and Winterage, convenient to the Shore at Ballyvaughan. Also from the same period and on similar terms, the Farm of
Drimnegragh, and part of Soyileshane,
About 150 Acres of tillage and Meadow Land, with convenience of Turbury, midway on the High Road from Ennis to Ennistymon.
Proposals (in writing) to be recieved by DAVID POWER, Esq., Bushy Park.

TO BE SET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on,
The House, Offices, Garden,
And about 60 Acres of the Demesne of
BALLYKET,
Situate within one Mile of the Prosperous Sea=Port Town of Kilrush.
Possessing the greatest convenience of
FIRE AND WATER,
Proposals (in writing) to be recieved by THOMAS PILKINGTON, Esq., Cragleigh, or THOMAS PILKINGTON, Jnr. Esq., Ballyket.

TO BE LET
From the First day of May next, for Twenty-one Yeards, or the Life of the Lessee, whichever shall last longest, the House and Lands of
Kilmurry-Ibricane,
To accommodate Tenants those Lands would be devided into farms of  ????? ????? Acres each and half a Years Rent will be required in advance, Interest free, which will be allowed in the last Gale of the Leases. The TOLLS and CUSTOM of the Fair and Market, together with the Pound, will be Let, with the House Division which has also the advantage of an eligable situation for a MILL. A proportion of the Bog, on the Premises, will be Let with each division.
Proposals (in writing) to be made to JOHN McDONNELL, and ALEX. HOLMES, Esqs., Stamp Office, Dublin. The Tenant or Tenants will be declared on or before the First May.



Ennis Chronicle 1812

Reply-To: Declan Barron <newparkhouse.ennis@eircom.net>
Ennis Chronicle 1812

Feb 12

William Stacpoole, Esq. Plaintiff
George Stacpoole of Grovenor-place, London, Esq., administrator of John Stacpoole, Esq., desceased, and others Defendants.
........................ this case against said Defendany, at the Suit of CORN. O'CALLAGHAN, Esq., has also been disolved.
...............
JAMES KELLY, Solicitor for the said Geo. Stacpoole, No.52 Dominick-street, Dublin.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
At the Excise Office of Ennis, on Thursday the ?0th of February, instant, between the hours of Twelve and One of the Clock, the entire Utensils of the Clonroad DISTILLERY, ........ Containing of Three Coppers, One Cooler, ..............
BOYLE VANDELEUR, Collector, Excise Office, Ennis.

MARRIED
Last Monday, James Barry, of Sixmilebridge, in the county of Limerick (sic), Esq., to Miss Kolony, daughter of John Molont, late of Cregg, Esq., in this county.
Last Sunday, Mr. Lucius Wilson, of Sixmilebridge, to Miss Hogan of Chapel-lane.

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