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In the following Lots:— LOT 4 (Inßental.)

In the following Lots:— LOT 4 (Inßental.)

In the following Lots: LOT 4 (Inßental.) Part of the townland of Drurnbeg. containing 171 - In- 39p. nett rental of £l3l 10s. 7d., snbject to tithe rent charge, as In obserra. lion at foot. LOT (In Rental.) Part of the of Ballygowan, containing 60a. 3b. 33p. nett rental of £7B 4s
25 April 1853 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Nett Profit Rent ...

Nett Profit Rent ...

... £155 10 0 LOT otherwise UUardmore, 284 a. U. 23p. statute measure. Yearly Rental Deduct Kentcbarge £229 2 .» 3 4 ... 19 3 LOT 3.—Bolintcrea, otherwUe Balliecrea, 35U. 3a. 10p. etatute Yearly Rental Deduct Rentcharge £164 0 8 ... 11l 8 Dated this 19th day of April, 1853. ..
25 April 1853 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY GALWAY' KS'

COUNTY GALWAY' KS'

STATES. LOT Nos. 12 and —Thpse two lots are altuate within about five miles of I.oughrea. seven miles from Gort. and seven miles from (where there is station of the Midland Great Western Railway), which U» within aboat twelve mile# of the important town of Galway. Written propos
19 August 1853 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE COURT. OsaORXE. Wedsesday—The Queen will hold Privy Connell on Friday, the 19th instant, Osborne, Isle of Wight. Count Alexander Mensdorf arrived yesterday from the Continent, on a visit to her Majesty. This morning, being the birthday of her Royaj Highness the Duchess of Ke
19 August 1853 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Part of Derrynahibchy Part of Caherlsk „ Josslngstown.. Jossingstown. „ Jossingstown..

Part of Derrynahibchy Part of Caherlsk „ Josslngstown.. Jossingstown. „ Jossingstown..

04 May 1853 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COUBT. In tlie Matter of the] ALL Parties inte- of Charlotte Read, £~\- rested are

NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COUBT. In tlie Matter of the] ALL Parties inte- of Charlotte Read, £~\- rested are

required Kllnbeth Head, to Take Notice, that the Com- Groghmao, and Grogh- ha»e the mal, > half part the lands of Bal- Owners lagharny, alia* Ballynran, the Quarter Townland Petitioners. of Glassdrummond, COUNTY I>OWN; and that the Draft Schedule of Incumbrance now lodged in the
03 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PARTIES.

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PARTIES.

Last week wis signalised by several political demonstrations ill addition to that made by tbe Chancellor of the Exchequer before the rustios of Radnorshire. Mr. BnioHTappeared twice,bot unsupported, upon either occasion, by his allies, Messrs. Cobdbn and Gibsoh, and manifestly b
10 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERALISSIMO OF THE ALLIED ARMIES.

GENERALISSIMO OF THE ALLIED ARMIES.

The question of having generalissimo of the allied armies said to form subject of frieodly discussion at present between tbe French and English governments.
10 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

The Waterford Artillery.—We are gratified to learn that after tbe general inspection this day, the entire oorps volunteered for foreign service. The General expressed himself muoh gratified with the discipline, and with the clean soldierly appearance of tbe men— Waterford Mail.
10 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Harvest Estimates.—Our reports regarding the result of the English harvest are of a more cheering character than of late, and

Harvest Estimates.—Our reports regarding the result of the English harvest are of a more cheering character than of late, and

the wheat crop turning out better in many places, when tested by thrashing, than was anticipated. With regard to this country, our previously expressed opinions continue unaltered, viz., that the Irish wheat crop will be a full average as to quantity, with considerable variation
10 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland