Published in Cavan, county Cavan
Laurence LEONARD, Proprietor
Birmingham & Sheffield
80, Upper Dorset-Street, Dublin
Under the direction f the
Almanacs for the New Year,
and Plain and Fancy Stationery.
begs to inform the public that he has for Sale
400,000 of One Year Old QUICKS, and
600,000 of Two Year Old Ditto
Forest Trees and Thorn Quicks
James FITZPATRICK, Headfort-Arms
SINGLE AND DOUBLE-BARRELLED
GUNS AND PISTOLS
L. LEONARD. Kells
IRON SAFE, PHAETON, &C., FOR SALE
Application to be made to Mr. James O"BRIEN
BRITISH COMMERCIAL LIFE INSURANCE
No. 35 Corn-hill, London, and
No. 111, Grafton-Street, Dublin
ROYAL SCHOOL OF CAVAN
Rev. William PRIOR OORE, A.M., Head Master
Vacation will terminate on the 25th inst. There
are FIVE Queen's Scholarships of £25 per Annum
each attached to the School, to be enjoyed by
Pupils entering the University, from Cavan, who
have been previously educated in this or any
other Royal Schools.
Prospectuses to be had on application at the
School, or by letter
Cavan, January 20, 1847
WHEREAS it has been reported that I have been fined
for having in my possession light weights, which report
has been circulated by some evil-minded person to
injury my character. I take this public mode of declaring
that said report is an infamous falsehood. And as this
article will no doubt come under the observation of the
Magistrates who would be called upon to enforce said
fine (if there was any thruth in the report), I hereby
challenge contradiction to this my public denial.
Cavan, January 28, 1847
AGRICULTURIST CATTLE INSURANCE COMPANY
For Assurance Against Mortality In All Kinds of Live
Agent For Cavan
William JOHNSTON, Bookseller, from whom prospectuses
and every other information may be had.
FRESH ARRIVALS IN COOTEHILL
A Cargo of FRENCH POTATOES of very Superior Quality,
is now offered for sale by Mr. SAMUEL FISHER, Cootehill,...
Ladies, Gentlemen's, and Children's
BOOT AND SHOE DEPOT
37, Mary-Street, Dublin
COUNTY OF CAVAN
To be let for such Term as may be agreed upon, a Large
Comfortable HOUSE, situate in a most desirable part of the
Town of Cootehill, with two walled-in Gardens, well
stocked with Fruit Trees, and about Two Acres of Prime
Land attached. There is a large lock-up Yard, Coach-house,
and Stabling for Eight Horses, with an excellent Pump, well
supplied with water at all seasons, and every other requisite
accommodation for a Large Establishment. The entire is in
good repair and fit for immediate occupation.
For further particulars apply to Richard MONGTOMERY,
Solicitor, No. 9 North Great George's-street, Dublin,
or Samuel MARTIN, Esq., Tullyvin.
February 10, 1847
Mrs. GARDINER, from Dublin, begs to inform the inhabitants of
Cavan, that she will open a SCHOOL on the 1st of March for
the Education of Young Ladies. Her course of instruction
comprises English in all its branches, including Writing and
Arithmetic, French and Italian, Piano Forte and Singing, Plain
and Ornamental Work.
Terms (very moderate) may be known on application at her
residence, Main-street, near the Church.
Cavan, February 18, 1847.
BUTLERSBRIDGE AND URNEY DISPENSARY
In consequence of the prevailing Distress, the Committee
have resolved that the Medical Attendant shall Visit any
Patient recommended by a Subscriber, on being paid a Fee of
Half-a-Crown; as this is the only Medical Charity in this
Poor Law Electoral Division, it is entitled to the support of
the Proprietary of the District. The duties are actively and
John E. O'REILLY, Treasurer;
Annagh, Feb. 16, 1847
COUNTY OF MEATH--TOWN OF OLDCASTLE
To be sold, the Interest in the Lease of Two New Dwelling-
Houses, fronting Chapel-street, in the Town of Oldcastle,
subject to the Yearly Rent of £3 18s. 0d., and held for the
Unexpired Term of Sixty-One Years from the 1st of May,
The Interest in about Six Acres of Land, in Prime Condition,
adjoining said Town, held at Will.
Application to Arthur BAKER, Esq., 84, Upper Gardiner-
Street, Dublin; or Mr. John MEIGHAN, Oldcastle, who will
show the premises.
The Subscriber offers for Sale a quantity of BRUISED
BEANS for HORSE-FEEDING, at one-Half the present
cost of Oats.
Samuel SIMPSON & SON
GARDEN AND FARMING SEEDS
32, HillStreet, Newry
February 6th, 1847
M'BLAIN AND M'CLELLAND
Beg to announce that they have received from the
English and Continental markets their annual supply
of New Garden and Agricultural Seeds.....
A Meeting of the Subscribers to the Redhills Dispensary
will be held in Mr. Wm. HOWE's, Redhills, on Friday, the
2nd of Aril Next, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock Noon, for
the purpose of nominating a Medical Superintendent.
Thomas JOHNSTON, Secretary
Redhills, March 19, 1847
COUNTY OF CAVAN
TO BE SOLD, the Interest in the Lease of part of the Lands
of Mullalogher, containing 40 Acres 3 Roods, held for lives
renewable for ever, at a small rent and renewal fine, and now
producing a net yearly profit remt of £46.
The Lands of Cornoge, containing 15 A., 2 R., held in fee at
present let to a solvent and respectable tenant, on lease for
3 lives or 31 years, at £20 per annum.
Enquire of George REA, Esq., Kilduff, Belturbet, or J. L.
CAMPION, Solicitor, 86, Marlborough-street, Dublin.
February 26, 1847
COUNTY OF CAVAN
TO BE LET for any term that may be required, the HOUSE,
OFFICES, and GARDENS of Ballycan, lately occupied by
the Rev. Mr.HINDES, consisting of two Sitting-rooms, with
Pantry, Kitchen, and Closets. The entire is in the most
complete repair, and fit for the immediate reception of a
Family, as it is still in the occupation of the Rev. Mr. SKELTON.
The Tenant can be accommodated with Grass for Cows, or
with a small quantity of Land.
Application to be made to Mr. John LOVE, Lisnabrin,
Ballycan is situated on the banks of the celebrated fishing-
lake, Lough Sheelan, within a quarter of a mile of Mount-
nugent--a good Market and Post Town. A Coach passes to
and from Dublin daily.
Thomas M'DOWALL of Cavan, begs leave to inform the
public, that he has made arrangements with parties in England
and elsewhere for the supply of provisions.......
Cavan, March 24, 1847
A quantity of Parsnip Seed to be Sold...
Apply to Wm. A. MOORE, Esq., Arnmore Lodge, Cavan.
March 26, 1847
FARMING SEEDS, &c., &c.
Matthew LOUGH begs to state that he has a lately purchased
in Liverpool (personally for cash) a large quantity of the
March 26th, 1847
THE ANNUAL SPRING SHOW OF THE MEATH
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, will be held in the Court-
House, Kells, on Friday, the 16th of April 1847.
All articles for competition to be in the show room before
10 o'clock. Notices for competition must be served on the
Secretary, Mr. P. CAFFREY, Moynalty, at least one day
before the day of the show. Doors open at 2 o'clock to the
April 1, 1847
AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL VALUATOR
EDWARD FEGAN, Bridge-Street, Cavan,
begs respectfully to inform the Gentry and Inhabitants of Cavan
generally, and the surrounding counties, that he has taken out
License as an
and he pledges himself that he will execute all Sales with which he
may be favoured punctually and with integrity.........
Cavan, April 6, 1847
Mr. SEARLE intends visiting CAVAN for a Few Days, and
during his sojurn in that locality, would be happy to attend the
commands of Ladies desirous of having their PIANO-FORTES
put in good Order and Tune.
A line addressed for Mr. S., Office of this Paper, or Post-Office,
Crossdoney, from 17th to 24th instant, will be duly attended to.
ARLEY COTTAGE TO LET
TO BE LET, for such terms as shall be agreed on, ARLEY
COTTAGE, on the banks of Lough Sheelan, Co. Cavan,
the beautiful seat of the Hon. Sumerset R. MAXWELL, with
as much land, of the primest quality, as may be desired.
The House is well furnished and fit for the immediate
reception of a Family.
Applications to be made to Henry SARGENT, Esq.,
Eighter, Virginia. April 20, 1847
MILLS TO BE LET
TO BE LET, for such Terms as my be agreed upon, NEWGROVE
CORN and FLOUR MILLS, situated within Two Miles of
Cootehill and Twenty-two of DUNDALK, with a never-failing
supply of Water, and abundance of storage.
Application for particulars to Mr. Charles MURPHY,
Newgrove, Cootehill. 26th May 1847
SCHOOLMASTER AND SCHOOLMISTRESS WANTED
WANTED for the Parochial Schoool of BALLYHAISE,,
A Schoolmaster & Schoolmistress. They must be both well
qualified for the Situations.
Recommendations to be sent to the Rev. Arthur KNOX,
Castletarra Rectory, Ballyhaise.
Salary £ per annum, with an acre of Land, and Apartments
in the School-house. June 9, 1847
MY WIFE, JANE JOHNSTON, otherwise MAHOOD, has
lately absconded from me, and quit my house and residence
in Doreagh, without any cause of provocation, and has taken a
considerable portion of my property with her; I do, therefore,
hereby caution all Shopkeepers and Dealers, and the Public
in general, against entertaining her, the said Jane
JOHNSTON, or giving her credit in any way on my account,
as I will not pay or hold myself accountable for any Debt
she ashall or may in any way contract after the date of
Dated, 19th July, 1847
To George BUCHANAN, Doreagh
and the Public in general.
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