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Timber for sale, The Quay, Kinvarra – 1862

The London Gazette, 13th June, 1862 isa 2264 3077

"Mélèze en Automne"  Photo: Antony.sorrento. Wikimedia Commons -

“Mélèze en Automne” Photo: Antony.sorrento. Wikimedia Commons –

RE: Winter, a Bankrupt.
To Timber Merchants, Builders and others.
To be sold by auction by Mr E. Staunton, at the Quay, Kinvarra, near Galway, in the county of Galway, on Thursday the 19th day of June, 1862, the sale to commence at 2 o’clock in the afternoon precisely, in one or more lots to suit purchasers.

A quantity of well seasoned timber, consisting of about 6,000 yards of propwood, and about 400 yards of larch timber. The timber is now lying on the Quay at Kinvarra where it may be viewed, and affords every opportunity for immediate and cheap shipment. The purchaser to pay the usual commission of 5 per cent.

For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at Galway or to James Black hurst, Solicitor for the Assignee, No 18 Basnett Street, Liverpool.

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