Emigrants from Clare, Limerick and Tipperary.

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Document ID 9310379
Date 24-08-1838
Document Type Newspapers (Extracts)
Archive Central Library, Belfast
Citation Emigrants from Clare, Limerick and Tipperary.;The Belfast News Letter, August 24th, 1838.; CMSIED 9310379
Emigration: The selection of free emigrants from the
countries [counties?] of Clare, Limerick and Tipperary
for the ship Charles Kerr is complete. They are composed
of the most respectable class of farm servants,
blacksmiths, carpenters, etc.[et cetera?] recommended by
the resident magistrate Clergy and gentry of their
neighbourhood who take a lively interest in their
welfare. The total number entered for embarkation at the
port of Limerick is 227 including only six infant
children. The majority of these voluntary emigrants are
from the county of Clare.