Carrick on Shannon Malthouse

KiltoghertCounty Leitrim

[Dublin Evening Post - Thursday 19 January 1804 ]

HOUSES AND LAND TO BE LET, from the 1st of May next, for such term as may be agreed on: the farm of MEERA (known as JONES’s MEERA) county Roscommon, within one mile of the town of Carrick-on-Shannon, on the Boyle road, containing 30 acres and upwards of very fine land, with excellent farm-house lately repaired and newly roofed, a young orchard which produces good fruit as any in the country. 

The large established house and concerns in Carrick, now inhabited Mr. John O'Beirnemerchant. The house is large and roomy; the roof timber fine old oak, which will be engaged perfectly sound; at the rear there is large yard with a well-enclosed extensive garden; a malt-house, with every necessary for the malting business, warehouse, granary, and two stables, with 6 acres choice land at the rear of the garden. This concern is well known and remarkable for being a thriving spot, and the first situation in town for business, that it requires no further comment; the house next to it, now inhabited by Mr. James O'Beirne, Tobacconist, opposite the market-house. 

The house lately inhabited by Mrs. Baldwin, on the opposite side, now in the possession of Mr. Michael Ganly

Also twelve cabins above the barrack, with a garden to each, which is an excellent situation for people in a dealing line, with 2 acres of reclaimed bog. Proposals in writing (post paid) to be made to William Malloy, Esq. Oakport, Elphin; Jeremiah Jones, Sligo, or Jerh. Jones, 44, Dominick-street, Dublin. 


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