From The Carlow Sentinel. Saturday
23rd Feb. 1901.
TO BE LET.
The desirable residence known as
The Carlow Sentinel.
Saturday 23rd Feb. 1901.
Adjoining the Town of Carlow, with
large garden, stabling, out-offices and tennis ground
attached. The interior of the dwelling house has
recently been repainted and papered. Apply to;
Marlborough Clarke Douglas, Burrin Street, Carlow.
The Carlow Guardians at their meeting
on Thursday passed a resolution calling for the removal
from the statute book of the obnoxious form of
declaration required to be taken by the King when
opening Parliament last week, as insulting and offensive
to his Catholic subjects. Our London Lady Correspondent
was amongst the first to call attention to this matter.
At the first meeting of the Select
Vestry of Castledermot since the death of her Majesty
Queen Victoria on the motion of Mr J. Hannon a vote of
condolence with the King and the Royal Family was
To be let or sold, Bennekerry Lodge,
Gentleman's Residence with 54 acres prime land, 3 miles
from Carlow town. House contains, 3 sitting rooms, 7
bedrooms, with ample servants accommodation; well
timbered lawn, two good gardens, tennis grounds, gate
lodge, large yard, stabling six horses, trout fishing.
Apply, Edward S. Maffett, Solicitor, Carlow. (same page)
To be Let; The dwelling house known as The Academy,
Montgomery Street, Carlow , with out-offices and garden
attached. Apply to; Marlborough Clarke Douglas, Burrin
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