Clare Journal Feb 11 1819

In Capel Street, Dublin, Mr. Richard Lambert, many years an eminent Ironmonger, and Representative of the Smiths Corporation in the Commons.

Clare Journal Feb 15 1819

The house of Cappa recieved some damage by the storm on Saturday se'nnight and several large trees were torn up by the roots.

Clare Journal Thurs, Feb 18 1819

Tuesday morning Charles O'Dwyer, Esq., to Helen, eldest daughter of Anthony England, Esq.

Clare Journal Mon, Feb 22 1819

Yesterday morning, Michael Kenny, Esq., of Dysert, to Maria, eldest daughter of the late George Comyn, Esq., of Hollywell.

To Be Let
Part of the lands of Cahirfinick and Carhuemore
Lately held by Mssrs. Blake, Walsh, Donohue, Kileen's, Cloughessy's, McGrath, Griffy, MeNamara's and others
200 acres
Michael Cluny on the lands will show them
Proposals to Robert Wogan and Charles Studdert Agents for Thomas Steele, Esq., No.29 Peter Street, Dublin, or Newmarket-on-Fergus.

Clare Journal Feb 25 1819

To Be Let
Part of the estate of the Coheirs of Anthony Hickman
And now in the possession of Thomas Welsh
Proposals to George Studdert, Esq., Clonderlaw and Thomas Pilkington, Esq., Cragleigh.

On the 19th instant, the Rev. C. Tigue Gregory, A.M., of North Priory, county of Donegal, to Marianne, eldest daughter of John North, Esq., Whitewell, county of Westmeath.

Submitted by Declan


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