Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM GOING ...Owner and Petitioner Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM GOING ...Owner and Petitioner Rental and Particulars of Sale Dwelling Houses, Store and Premises in the City of Cork in the Parish of St. Mary Shandon and City of Cork [held for the residue of a term of 999 years from the 25th day of March, 1751] To be Sold by Auction, ... On Thursday, the 14th day of July, 1859. which will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction by: Mr. Roger Bernard EVANS, at his Auction Room, 54, South Mall in the City of Cork on Thursday, the 14th day of July, 1859 at the hour of Twelve O'Clock, at noon. LOT No. 1 DWELLING HOUSES, AND PREMISES NOW KNOWN AS; Nos: 17,18,and 19 JOHN-street AND Nos: 70,71 and 72 DOMINICK-street TENANTS NAME: William LEICESTER, Representative of Christopher Leicester DENOMINATIONS John-street and Dominick-street YEARLY RENT £ 20 s.6 d.2 GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September ORDNANCE VALUATION: £ 24 s.15 d.0 TENURE UNDER WHICH TENANT HOLDS Lease bearing date the 12th day of October, 1756 from John MORRIS to Christopher LEICESTER, for 700 years, from the 25TH of March, then last at the yearly rent of £ 22, late currency. Description of the premises mentioned in column described as All That and Those, the two cellars built by John MORRIS, and the piece of Ground north of said Cellars, on which Christopher LEICESTER had lately erected a Dwelling House and Offices, containing in the whole in front, on the east, 56 feet,meared and bounded on the north partly with a stone wall, built by John MORRIS, and partly with other holdings of said John MORRIS, on the east with the street leading from Knapp's Square to Lady's Well-bridge, on the South with Shandon Castle Lane, or Knocker's-hole, and on the west and north west with the holdings of said John MORRIS and Francis KEARNEY. This lease contains clause of Surrender upon giving six months notice under hand and seal, leaving the Premises in sufficient repair, and paying all rent due. The Original Lease will be handed to the Purchaser LOT No. 2 STORE and STABLING No: 20 JOHN-street TENANTS NAME: Michael Joseph REARDON, Representative of Edward MURPHY DENOMINATIONS John-street YEARLY RENT £ 14 s.0 d.0 GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September ORDNANCE VALUATION: £ 13 s.0 d.0 TENURE UNDER WHICH TENANT HOLDS Lease FROM OWNER TO Edward MURPHY, dated 3RD September, 1846 FOR 31 YEARS, from 25th March, 1846 at the yearly rent of £ 14 sterling. Description of the premises mentioned in column described as All That and Those,the Corn Store or Kiln, Yard, and Sheds, or Linnies and Out Offices, as now and for some time past in his, the Lessee's possession: meared and bounded on the east by John-street, in the City of Cork, on the west by a plot of ground, in the pssession of Mr. Denis LYONS, Butter Merchant, and on the north by the Butter Stores of Messrs. LYONS, and on the south by the Pottery or Cooperage of Mr. STAMMERS. This Lease contains a Covenant on the part of the Tenant to keep the Premises in repair; to insure in the joint names of himself and owner, in the sum of £ 200; also a clause of Surrender at the end of every third year, on giving six months previous notice. LOT No. 3 Two Dwelling houses and Premises, now known as 68 and 69 Dominick-street. TENANTS NAME: Cornelius BUCKLEY DENOMINATIONS Dominick-street YEARLY RENT £ 5. s.0 d.0 GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September ORDNANCE VALUATION: £ 4 s.0 d.0 TENURE UNDER WHICH TENANT HOLDS Lease from Owner to Tenant, bearing date 26th of February, 1853, from 25th March, 1853 Description of the premises mentioned in column described as All That and Those, with their appurtenances, in as full and ample a manner as the same were formerly held by Owen FIELD, of the said City of Cork, Cooper, which said premeises contain in front to Dominick-street, 33 feet, and in depth from front to rere, 34 feet, and are meared and bounded on the south by Dominick-street, aforesaid, on the north and west by the Mulgrave-road and Premises in the possession of said Cornelius BUCKLEY, and on the east by another portion of said Premises in the occupation of said Cornelius BUCKLEY The Original Lease will be handed to the Purchaser.