Clare Journal Apr 6 1818

To be Let
No.1 That part of Clohanehinchy late in the possession of Charles Mahon, Esq., and his undertenants.
No.2 That part of Clohanehinchy lately held by Denis Sampson, Esq., and his undertenants.
No.3 That part of Clonadrum lately held by Edmond Mahon..
No.4 That part of Clonadrum lately held by Henry Greene.
No.5 The Grice Tuckmill, Dwelling House and Island, near Annegeragh Bridge, now in possesion of Thomas Wright.
No.6 About 40 acres ... part of Lyseyneylon ...
No.7 House, Demesne ..... Freagh Castle, now in the possesion of Mrs. Mary Coghlan.
No.8 That part of West Freagh, about 11 acres, as held by John Hogan.
No.9 That part of Finorebegg as held by Richard Haren.
No.10 That part of Finorebegg as held by James Haren and John Healy.
Proposals to Patrick O'Kelly, Snr., Esq., Four Courts, Marshalsea, Dublin.

Clare Journal Apr 23 1818

Yesterday, at Barefield, Mr. Pat Molony of Church Street, Merchant, to Miss Tamplin, daughter of Mr. John Tamplin.

Clare Journal Apr 30 1818

.... ( by the Limerick papers ) our townsman, Mr. James O'Gorman, an officer in the Revenue, on duty there from Kilrush, where he is stationed, he received a serious wound in both legs, by the accidental discharge of a musket ..... son of Mr. James O'Gorman of Ennis. ......

Submitted by Declan


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