Carlow Ale and Beer 1817
1st December 1817 (newspaper
"FAIG A BEALACH" (Irish)
Begs leave to inform his Friends
and the Public, that he has commenced BREWING, at his
Little Brewery, on Cornwall Quay, Carlow, and has now
ready for delivery, fine CARLOW ALE, ‘as it used to be’
and very Superior TABLE BEER, both of which are made
from the best Materials; and he can assure his Friends,
(though the System is not sanctioned by Modern
Practice), that he uses Malt and Hops.
1817 Nobility Ball in Carlow.
Carlow 11th December, 1817.
Mr GARBOIS, BEGS leave most
respectfully to inform the Nobility, and Gentry of
Carlow, and its Vicinity, that his ANNUAL BALL is fixed
for FRIDAY, 19th Instant, at the Assembly-Rooms, UNDER
the PATRONAGE of the Hon. Mrs BROWNE, Lady BUTLER, and
Lady BURTON, when previous to the Country Dances, and
Quadrills, will be presented a Ballet, by his Pupils,
consisting of various Fancy Dances, particularly the
Spanish Bolero, and Pas Seul, by Miss GARBOIS.
Admittance, Ladies 3s 4d.
Gentlemen 4s 2d.
Supper, with bottled Porter 2s
2d; Wine, a separate charge.
Tickets to be had of Mr Garbois,
at Goodall's Inn.
N.B. Those Ladies and Gentlemen
who wish to Dance Quadrilles, will be so good as to send
in their Names, when Mr Garbois will appoint a Morning
for practice at the Rooms. Ballet Dance to commence at
half-past eight o'Clock.
>>>> It will be
a Moonlight Night.<<<<
10 Hours ~ Dublin to Carlow.....
1819. From PPP.
COVERED CARS, Between DUBLIN and
TULLOW, every day, (Sundays excepted) START from No. 8,
Mark's Alley, Francis-street at Eight o'Clock, and
Arrive in Tullow before Six; - returning, they leave
Tullow, at Seven and arrive in Dublin before Five.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Proprietor,
returns his unfeigned Thanks to the Inhabitants of
Carlow and its Vicinity, for the Preference heretofore
given to his Establishment; and begs leave to inform
them that he has fitted up above House as a HOTEL and
LIVERY STABLES. He trusts from his unremitting Attention
that those who may favour him with a Preference, will
find such Accommodation as will merit a continuance of
their Support LEONARD will Let, or Sell the Interest in
his House, (known by the Sign of the Royal Oak), in
Dublin-street, in the Town of Carlow, formerly occupied
by Mr. J. Rochfort. The House is in thorough repair – a
considerable sum having been expended in newly Roofing,
Papering and Painting, fitting up the Out-offices, etc.
Application to be made to Mr
JOHN HOPE, Bridewell-lane, Carlow
The above is a true and
accurate transcript of the original document.
Transcribed by Jean Casey, January