Ennis Chronicle 8 Jan 1813
TO BE SET
FOR THREE LIVES
Twenty-three ACRES of choice MEADOW,
Part of the lands of
The LAND is well Banked and Drained,
and the HOUSE and OFFICES in excellent
repair, and fit for the reception of a large
Proposals to be made to Mr. MICHAEL SWYNY,
Cappahard, Ennis. Immediate possession will be given.
TO BE LET
The Dwelling-house and Premises in
Bow-Lane, in the town of Ennis,
FORMERLY THE CUSTOM-HOUSE,
As now held by Boyle Vandeleur, Esq.
Also, the Dwelling-house, Cellar, and
Concerns in Mill-street as lately held by
Mr. ANTHONY ENGLAND, and now held
by the Widow Raleigh, to commence
from the 25th of March next.
And also, the upper part of the Dwelling
nouse in Church Street, as now held by
Mr. WILLIAM BREW, over the shop
and premises in the possession of THOMAS
CARRIGG, to commence from the 1st of
Proposals, in writing (Post Paid) to WILLIAM
BRAMPTON BURNE, Esq., No. 27 Grafton-street
Mr. DAXON will SET
About Fifty Acres of CAROO.
Any term can be given of the latter
It is situated within about 2 miles of Ennis.