Bastable, of Castlemagner. In the churchyard, against the wall of the ruin of the old church, is a handsome monument with the following inscription:---- Henry Wrixon, Esq. Of Assolus erected this memory of his uncle, Mr. Arthur Bastable of Castlemagner, who died 7br ye 4th 1773. Aged 75 years. Denis Connell, F. A descendent? Clonmel Chronicle June 17th 1865 LANDED ESTATES COURT. Final Notice to Claimants and Incumbrancers. In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph Neale-Kenna and Anthony Fox. Trustees for sale of the Estate of Arthur Bastable, deceased, Owners and Petioners. Take notice that the schedule of Imcumbrances affecting the lands of Rathduff and Rathmacarthy East (now Roe's Green) situate in the Barony of Middlethird, in the County of Tipperary , held in fee, and Rathsallagh, situate as aforesaid, held under lease and dated the 20th day of April 1710, for lives renewable forever, and the Lands of Bawnatanvoher, in the said Barony and county, formerly the estate of Andrew Roe, and afterwards the estate of Daniel Bastable, and then of the said Arthur Bastable, deceased, is lodged with the Clerk of the records of this Court, and any person having any claim not therein inserted, , or objecting thereto, either on account of the amount or the priority of any charge therein reported to him or any other person, or for any other reason, is required to lodge an objection thereto, stating the particulars of his demand, and duly verified, with the said Clerk on or before the 10th day of July next, and to appear on the following Monday, the 17th July, at 11 O'Clock before the Honourable Judge Donns, at his Court in Dublin, when instructions will be given for the final settlement of the Schedule, And further take notice that any demand reported by the said schedule is liable to be objected to within the time aforesaid. Dated this 8th day of June 1865. C.E.Dobbs, Examiner. David Mahony, Solicitor, No 34, College-Green. Dublin.