Proposals in writing will be received by the Court of Directors, at No 105, Grafton street, for drawing six Passage-boats, for three, four, or five years, between the city of Dublin and Monasterevan. The Contractors to be paid monthly.
Proposals to be delivered in two ways, either for the present five stages, from Dublin to Hazle-hatch, Sallins, Robertstown, Rathangan, and Monasterevan; or for four stages, viz Hazle-hatch, Digby-bridge, Elanaree, and Monasterevan. Persons proposing may send proposals either for the whole line, or any one or more of the before-mentioned stages.
Any alteration that shall hereafter be made, by increasing or decreasing the number of Passage Boats, to be mutually allowed for in proportion to the contract.
The boys to be kept in proper apparel, and the contractors to find track lines.
Stables will be found by the Company on the new stages — if they should be adopted.
Proposals will be received until the 1st day of August next, and the contracts to commence on the 1st of October ensuing.
Security in the sum of £500 must be given for the due performance of the contracts.
Signed by order,
W Browne Sec
Dublin Evening Post 17 June 1790