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Accommodation land, Auctioneers, Fair day, J.J. Nash, John Walsh, Mrs. M. Flynn, Oldtown, Public Auction, Solicitor, Templemore, The Tipperary Star, Thurles, Town hall, Valuers
12 acres, Accommodation land, Auctioneers, Co. Tipperary, Fair day, J.J. Nash, John Walsh, Mrs. M. Flynn, Oldtown, Public Auction, Solicitor, Templemore, The Tipperary Star, Thurles, Valuers
1869, Adamstown, Armstrong's Lane, Aughall Beg, Aughall Middle, Aughall More, Ballycahill, Ballyheen, Barnalascaw, Barrack Square, Barrack Street, Belleville, Borrisbeg, Bradley's Row, Butlerslodge, Carroll's Lane, Church Street, Cobbs, Cullenagh, Eastwood, Farranaderry, Fogarty's Lane, Forrest, Gaol Street, George's Street, Greenwood, Hospital Street, Ivyhall, Jockeyhall, John's Lane, Kilcalareen, Kiltillane, Kiltilliha, Knockanroe, Kylebeg, Lisnaviddoge North, Lisnaviddoge South, Main Street, Manna North, Manna South, Manna South Town of Templemore: Richmond, Mary Street, New Road, Oldtown, Pigfoot Lane, Polygon Lane, Priory Demesne, Property, Rossnamaniff Lower, Rossnamaniff Upper, Ryan's Lane, Sandymount, Scott's Lane, Talavera Place, Taxation, Templemore Demesne, The Mall, Thurles PLU, Town of Templemore Main Street, Valuation, Woodville
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