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The Carlow Sentinal

Source: Pat Purcell Papers & Michael Purcell

Saturday, October 3, 1846

In Chancery

Henry Norwood Trye and other, Plaintiff.

The Right Honourable Mason Gerard Stratford, Earl of Aldborough, and others Defendants.

The Right Honourable Mason Gerard Stratford, Earl of Aldborough, Plaintiff, Henry Norwood Trye and others, Defendants.

 Pursuant to the Degree of Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in these causes, bearing date the 26th day of April, 1842, I will on Thursday, the Fifth Day of November, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-Six, and on each Succeeding Day, at the House of One o'Clock in the Afternoon, until the same shall be disposed of, at my Chambers, on the Inns Quay, in the City of Dublin, Set Up and Sell to the Highest Fairest Bidder, All That and Those the Town and Lands of Cromwell, or Cromhill, Gortcloghy the lands and Hill of Awney, Gortnaclary, Ballyhackish, Kilgobbaanmore, Hangariff, Quapoulnascoone, and Ballinatond, situate in the Barony of Small County and County of Limerick.

And also, All That and Those the Town and Lands of Mountneal, Waterstown, Oldtown, Knockboy, Mountkelly, and Highfield, situate in the Barony of Rathvilly and County Carlow. And, also, All That and Those, the Town and Lands of Boranstown, situate in the Barony of Balrothery and County of Dublin, in the pleadings in these causes mentioned, all said Lands being part of the Estates and Property of the Defendant, The Right Honourable Mason Gerard Stratford, Earl of Aldboroough, for the purposes in said Decree mentioned.


Dated this 27th day of July, 1846.

Will Henn.

For Further Particulars, Rentals, and Conditions of Sale, apply to James Ball, Esq., Solicitor for the Plaintiffs in the first, and Defendants in the second cause, No. 28, Clare-street, Dublin.




The Trustees of the Turnpike Road leading from Kilcullen to Carlow will hold a Meeting at Castledermot on Saturday, the 3d day of October, 1846, at 12 o'clock noon.

By order, George Graham,

Clerk to the trustees

Dated 22d Sept., 1846


House Wanted For Six or Twelve Months

A Respectable Residence with or without Land, in the neighbourhood at Carlow or Athy, or a convenient distance from the Southern and Western Railway.

Apply to the Editor of the Sentinel

Oct. 1. 1846




On Wednesday next, October 7th, 1846. A Sermon, intended chiefly for Young Persons, will be preached (God willing) in Carlow Church, by the Rev. WM. N. Sherrard, A.M., Rector of Kilcullen.

The attendance of Young Persons at Sunday Schools, and their Teachers is particularly requested.

Divine Service to commence at Two o'Clock, P.M.

The Annual Public Examination of the Carlow Sunday Schools, will take place in the Church, on morning of the above day, commencing at Eleven o'Clock precisely.

Carlow, October 1st, 1846


Saturday, October 10, 1846

Dental Surgery

Mr. Lalor, Surgeon–Dentist,

Begs to announce his intension of paying his customary visit to Carlow, on Monday the 19th instant. For further particulars see future advertisement.

His practice continues the same and his Fees at the moderate standard which during a period of eight years, has established him in the extensive practice he enjoys in Kilkenny, Waterford, Clonmel, Carlow, and their surrounding districts.

Saturday, October 10, 1846



Carlow Gaol. 1846.

The Board of Superintendence will receive Proposals for supplying the Gaol with the following Articles, for the Year ending the First of November, 1847:–

Best Oatmeal, per cwt Starch
Oat Straw, per cwt Brown Soap, per lb
Brown Bread, per lb Sweet Oil, per gallon
Fine Salt, per do Dipt. Candles, per lb
New Milk, per gal Drying Oil, per do
Sweeping Brushes Tar, per ..ish
Butter Milk, per do Rape Oil, per do
White wash Brushes Indian Meal per cwt., white and yellow
Newport Coal, per ton Turpentine, per do

The O.... of the Goal will also be disposed of by Contract for said period.

Proposals to be lodged with the Local Inspector, or left at the Gaol, on or before the 31str instant.

Carlow, October 8th, 1846.


Saturday, October 24, 1846

Tullow Hunt

October and November, 1846

 Tuesday, October 27th –Ballickmoyler

 Thursday October 29th – Redna Wood

 Saturday October 31st – Burton-hall

 Tuesday, November 3rd – Bagenalstown

 Thursday, November 5th – Shillelagh

 Saturday, November 7th – Aghade Bridge

 Tuesday, November 10th – Milford bridge

 Thursday November 12th – Killeveney Wood

 Saturday November 14th – Tullow

 Hour, Eleven o’cloc

Source: Michael Purcell (c.2006)

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