Monday, 3 December 2012


Ennis Chronicle 1812

Reply-To: Declan Barron <>

Ennis Chronicle 1812

June 27

Last Wednesday being Election day in our Corporation, the Rev. Henry Fitz-Gerald was chosen Provost for the ensuing year.

At the half yearly Examination, held at Ennis School, on the 25th inst., the following young Gentlemen obtained premiums in their respective Classes:- O'Connell, Butler, Mulvihill, jnr., Bolton, junior, and Castle, (Leake cut for a Premium), Mulvihill, sen., obtained a Medal in Grecian History; O'Connell in Roman History; Rowan, sen., and Mulvihill, jun., in Fabulous History.

The will be a BALL and SUPPER at the Court House, for Miss O'Brien on Wednesday the 15th of July next.

We some time since alluded to the establishment of a school on the Lancaster system in the town of Corofin. ..... has been carried into effect, and there are at present 220 boys and girls under a regular course of instruction ......... Sir. E. O'Brien - 10Gs. ; Rev. R. Fitz-Gerald - 3Gs. ; George Adams - 3Gs. ; Doctor Hynes - 2Gs. ; F. J. Fitz-Gerald - 2Gs.

At Jersey, after a short illness, Mrs. Charlotte Campbell, wife of Captain Campbell, of the 26th regiment and niece to Walter Davis, of Ennistymon, Esq.


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