From the Freeman’s Journal 3 October 1839:
Having made a contract with Mr Daniel O’Hara, of No 1, French-street, for the entire and exclusive Sale of all my Oysters, known by the name of Cullamore and Lissadill, and having made arrangement with Mr McCann, owner of the Fly Boats, for the speedy transmission of the Oysters from hence to Dublin, no disappointment can take place. The first cargo arrives THIS DAY, and sent per Order Twice a Week.
As to the quality, flavour, and size, these Oysters cannot be surpassed, and one trial will prove the excellence of them.
M W having taken unusual care of these Oysters, he recommends them as far superior to any that has hitherto been sent to Dublin.
MATTHEW WALSH, Glen-House, Sligo.
28th September, 1839.
D O’H begs to return thanks for past favours, and to say that he commences THIS DAY with that delicious dish, so much admired, Cow-heel and Tripe; Beef Steak, and Oyster Sauce, as usual.
All Malt Liquors of the best description.
Private rooms for large or small parties.
1, French-street, and 17, York-street, Sept 30, 1839.