Ennis Chronicle April 6 1808

In the matter of John Palliser Hickman, a minor.
To Let Fenloe ... 147a - 1r - 37p.
and The Glebe attached to the estate
Apply Thomas Hickman, Clare Street, Limerick
or Mssrs. Wogan and O'Halloran, 29 Peter Street, Dublin.

Ennis Chronicle April 9 1808

 .... Freeholders .... for Roman Catholic claims ....

Ennis Chronicle April 16 1808

To be Let
The Tolls and Customs of the 2 old fairs of Clonroad and the 2 fairs of
Spancill Hill
Proposals to Francis McNamara Esq., Ardclony.

Ennis Chronicle April 20 1808

Meeting of Roman Catholics in the courthouse
Quotes from James O'Gorman
" Catholics of this county owe to their protestant brethern, for their
manly, generous, disinterested, and patriotic conduct, and for the noble
manner in which they have this day advocated the Catholic cause "
" The Protestants of this county have set so high an example ."
" Thomas Browne, Esq., High Sheriff for his extremely liberal and dignified
conduct "

Ennis Chronicle April 23 1808 Saturday

On Monday last, in Killaloe, aged 85 years, Rev. Joseph Janns.

Ennis Chronicle April 30 1808

John McNamara .... for 16 years conveyed His Majesty's mail between this
town and Ennistymon on foot ......

Submitted by Declan


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