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Slater's Directory, 1846

Part 1: Ennis with the village of Clare and neighbourhoods:
Post Office & Transport

POST OFFICE, Jail street, ENNIS, George Crowe, Post Master. Letters from DUBLIN, LIMERICK, &c. arrive every forenoon at half-past eleven, and are despatched every afternoon at one. Letters from CORROFIN, ENNISTIMON and MILTOWNMALBAY arrive every morning at twenty minutes before eleven, and are despatched every afternoon at twenty minutes past one.

Letters from GALWAY, &c. arrive every day at ten minutes before one, and are despatched every forenoon at twenty minutes before twelve. Letters from KILDYSART arrive every forenoon at ten minutes before eleven, and are despatched every afternoon at twenty minutes past one. Letters from KILRUSH arrive every day at twelve, and are despatched every afternoon at twenty minutes past one.

POST OFFICE, CLARE, James Arthur, Post Master. Letters from LIMERICK, &c. arrive (by foot post from ENNIS) every day at ten minutes past twelve, and are despatched at the same time. Letters from GALWAY, KILRUSH, &c. arrive every afternoon at a quarter past one, and are despatched every forenoon at five minutes past eleven.

TRANSPORT

Car
To ENNIS, a Mail Car, from Hennesy's Office, 73 Moore street, every morning at half-past seven.

Conveyance by Water
To LIMERICK, the Garryowen Steamer, from the Pier, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, according to tide, and daily during the summer months.

 

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