2 edition of Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in 1737 found in the catalog.
Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in 1737
Cullen, L. M.
|Other titles||Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society.|
|Statement||by Louis M. Cullen.|
|Contributions||Moody, T. W. 1907-1984 former owner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -25 ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
Galway is an old city, steeped in history with an interesting past. From medieval streets to modern thoroughfares, there is much to see and do in Galway as regards times passed. Early Times. One of the earliest monuments is the Turoe Stone, near Loughrea. It is a granite stone featuring “La Tene” celtic art, and dates from c B.C. : A Small collection of Legal Documents Rental & Grocery & Other Receipts Pertaining to Longford Circa This collection comprises 41 items: (1) 5 Registry Office copy Memorials of Wills: (a) The first is dated 27th May has details of bequest by Fras Wilson of Tullyin in the City of Longford & further lands at Drumacoohie, Dalystown, Esker, Carrigduffe Bawn .
Estate: Boyle (Earl of Cork and Orrery) Associated Families. Boyle (Earl of Cork and Orrery); Cavendish (Duke of Devonshire); Description Richard Boyle was created 1st Earl of Cork in the s. The Earl of Cork’s main estates were in counties Cork and Waterford but the estate also owned significant property in county Kerry, including lands in the baronies of Corkaguiny and Dunkerron South. Section C, lxvii (/9), pp. –; id., ‘Five Letters Relating to Galway Smuggling in ’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, xxvii (/7), pp. 10–25; id., ‘The Galway Smuggling Trade in the Seventeen-Thirties’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, xxx (), pp. 10–
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FIVE LETTERS RELATING TO GALWAY SMUGGLING IN 11 fairly considerable, lawful, trade along the Connemara coast as a result of poor communications by land.4 Certainly, the Galway smugglers at this period enjoyed a degree of freedom and ease which few smugglers.
1 Galway Arch. Soc. Jn., XXVII,'Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in '. The article was already in proof when the new evidence came to light and it was not possible therefore to take account of it, other thajn through a brief reference to McDonogh's being trained for the post.
Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in Louis M. Cullen p. 10 Some COnnacht links with the ‘Popish Plot’ Rev. John Brady, C.C. p Clonfert Museum and its collections Rev. Patrick K. Egan, C.C.
VOL. XXVIII Three Galway Ships G.A. Hayes McCoy pp. A Franciscan Bishop of CLonfert Rev. Aubrey Gwynn S.J. pp Cullen, Louis M: Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in lBrady, John: Some Connacht links with the ‘Popish Plot’, Egan, Patrick K.: Clonfert museum and its collections, The letter book of Pierce Joyce portrays the extensive trade of one of Galway's leading merchants in just one fortnight in February The rent account book of John Blake records the administration of part of the Ballyglunin estate, during the minority of his nephew Martin J.
Blake. Only part of these two items has survived. Cullen. L M,“Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in ”, Journal of the Galway archaeological and Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in 1737 book society Vol ().
Cullen. L M,“The Galway smuggling trade in the seventeen-thirties”, Journal of the Galway archaeological and historical society Vol, No 1/2 ().
Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in lBrady, John: Some Connacht links with the ‘Popish Plot’, Egan, Patrick K.: Bibliographia Conaciensis: a list of books relating to Connaught—a supplementary list. Blake, Martin J.: A De Burgo silver chalice, A.D.
with notes on the family of Bourke of Turlough, Co. Mayo; drawing. For example, if the current year is and a journal has a 5 year moving wall, articles from the year are available. Terms Related to the Moving Wall Fixed walls: Journals with no new volumes being added to the archive.
Absorbed: Journals that are combined with another title. Reference # Chatsworth Papers, photocopies of c.1, documents volumes, constituting four main blocks of correspondence relating to Ireland during the period 11 letter-books relating to the Irish estates of the earls of Burlington, (which passed into the possession of the future 5th Duke of Devonshire in the latter.
ii Abstract Research into the career of the merchant-smuggler John Nisbet of Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth has led to a ‘bottom up’ analysis in this thesis of the North Sea smuggl. Reference # Rentals of the Phibbs estate, Robinson Collection. Grazing Book relating to Fortland estate,Robinson Collection.
Letter books of Robinson estate office, 90 vols. Robinson Collection. Estate Lindsey. the books used by the Four Masters when they were compiling their Annals in the early seventeenth century.
Louis M. Cullen publishes five letters relating to Galway Smuggling in Three of these letters are from H. Littleton, an officer in the garrison in Galway, to his brother in England. Galway Archaeological and Historical Society Vol.
XXVII TABLE OF CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXVII The Annals of Connacht and the abbey of Cong, by Rev. Aubrey Gwynn, SJ. 1 Five letters relating to Galway smuggling inby Louis M. Cullen 10 Some Connacht links with the 'Popish Plot,' by Rev.
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1 page. In the smuggling or exportation of contraband wool and importation of silk, brandy, and tobacco, the population of County Galway pushed a lucrative and exciting trade until preventive and other measures caused its disappearance, and the people then engaged solely in a combination of fishing and petty agriculture, their characters, manners.
Forwarding 2 lists of men victualled at Gibraltar by Thomas Revel,August 11 to Oct. Letter Book XIX. Dec. 9: Treasury warrant to Sir Dudley Rider, Attorney General. To enter a noli prosequi to the information against Edward Johnson, of Rochester, for smuggling.
Customs Book XV. The letter dated North Carolina,to John Scrope from Eleazer Allen, Collector of the Quit rents in that province, read concerning the many obstructions and difficulties which hinder his collecting the same, and the arts and contrivances of one Mr.
Moseley, a gentleman of the Council there, and others, his adherents, to defeat. Treasury Books and Papers: October Pages Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3, ships to pay 40 soundhearted Protestant gentlemen of property and honour, resident on the spot, as informers in the smuggling centres, and to employ three regiments of soldiers.
Letter Book XIX. ] Oct. Galway is a city in the West of Ireland in the province of Connacht. Galway City Council is the local authority for the city. The city's name is from the river Gaillimh (River Corrib) that formed the western boundary of the earliest settlement, which was called Dún Bhun na Gaillimhe ("fort at the mouth of the gaillimh").
Dún Bhun na Gaillimhe ("fort at the mouth (bottom) of the gaillimh.History of Galway City ~ Galway City: Preth Century It is generally agreed that the town was named after the river, which was known until recently as the Galway River rather than the Corrib.
The Irish name for river is 'Gaillimh', but the precise meaning of this is disputed.Martin Joseph Blake died unmarried in and Ballyglunin passed to his nephews. The ffrench family of Rahasane, near Craughwell, County Galway was a Catholic land owning family, a junior branch of the ffrench family of Monivea.
They bought Rahasane from the Geoghegans in and the lands of Cummer and Cargins in and respectively.