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ENNIS CHRONICLE 1812 MAR 7




Ennis Chronicle 1812

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

Ennis Chronicle 1812

Mar 7

TO BE LET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on,
The House and Demesne of
SMITHSTOWN
Containing about 85 A. of choice Land,
Within One Mile and a half of Newmarket-on-Fergus,
AND ALSO
The House and Demesne of
ELMHILL,
Containing about Twenty-five Acres,
Lying between O'Callaghan's Mills and Broadford,
Of which a Lease of Three Lives can be given.
Proposals, to be recieved by EDMUND McMAHON, of Smithstown, who will close with Solvent Tenants offering the value.

TO BE LET
During the Minority of Mary Margaret Ryan,
From the Twenty-fifth of March, or First of May,
The House and Concerns
IN CHURCH-STREET, ENNIS,
In which Mrs. O'Neill now lives.
From its central situation it would be most desirable for any kind of business.
Application, in writing, to Mr. WM. CREAGH, Lock Quay, Limerick.

TO BE LET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on,
(If not redeemed,) the LANDS of
BALLYGANNER,
Situate in the Barony of Burren,
As now held by George Lysaght, Esq.
Proposals to be made to CHAR. FITZGERALD. Esq., ?????-street, Limerick.

John Loveland, Lessee of George Stacpoole, Snr., and Geo. Stacpoole, Jnr., Esqrs. v John Thrustout.
TO BE LET from the 4th inst. for Six Months, unless previously redeemed, all that Tenement lying at the South side of the Bridge of Clonroad, (that is to say) the Distillery House, the Store House with an Angle of Ground annexed thereto, the Dwelling House and the Stables, together with the Walled Front Garden, the small Meadow formerly a Garden, and the long Bank and Corcas thereto adjoining, containiagum the whole nine Acres and Six Perches, to be same more or less, as lately held by Mr. PATRICK SHAUGHNESSY, Distiller.
Proposals in writing only, to be recieved by GEORGE STACPOOLE, Junior, Esq., Ennis.

TO BE SET
For a certain Term,
CLOVER-HILL,
Situated nearly between Ennis and Limerick,
And convenient to Bunratty Quay.
Address (post paid letter) to J. T. O'HALLORAN, No.21 Upper-Bridge-street, Dublin.

TO BE LET
From the First Day of May Next
For such Term as may be Agreed on,
TOGETHER OR SEPERATELY
Part of the Lands of
KILCORNEY,
In the Barony of Burren, viz.
LISNADROUM         63A. 3R. 0P.
LISRUAN, Do.         34A. 0R. 20P.
Proposals to be recieved by WALTER LYSAGHT, Esq. Summerville, 19th Feb. 1812.

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.
THE WASTE GRASS
(Heretofare Advertised) at Millbrook
IS TO BE SOLD
Proposals to be recieved by HENRY BUTLER, Esq., Millbrook.

Declan
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