Land: CORK [6 Lots] - In the Matter of the Estate of Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN OWNER AND PETITIONER - Lots 2-4 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 ______________________________________________________________________________ RENTALS AND PARTICULARS OF THE FOLLOWING: Valuable and Fee-simple, Freehold and Leasehold Estates situate in the County and City of Cork which will be offered for sale at Public Auction in SIX LOTS, by R. B. EVANS, at his Auction Rooms, South Mall, Cork on Saturday, the 26th day of June, 1858, at the hour of One o'clock in the afternoon. The biddings will be submitted to Mr. Commissioner LONGFIELD at his Chambers, No. 14 Henrietta-street, Dublin on Wednesday, the 30th of June without further notice to any person. ____________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 2 Premises, in Christ Church-lane and Wood's-lane in the Parish of Holy Trinity and City of Cork. held in Fee-simple ___________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 2 Gale Days 25th March-29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANT YEARLY RENTS 1] Dwelling-house and Representatives of £3 7s. 6d. premises in Woods- Geo Winspear McCARTHY lane now Jeremiah SCANNELL NATURE OF TENANCY; [McCARTHY-SCANNELL] Lease dated 14th September, 1826 granted by Leslie O'CALLAGHAN TO John Winspear McCARTHY of a dwelling house and premises in Wood's-lane leading from South Main-street, for 91 years from 29th September, 1826 containing the usual covenants between Landlord and tenant. -------- 2] Premises in Christ Church-lane In the Owner's RENTAL -- LOT No. 2 NATURE OF TENANCY; Noted - as the premises are in the owner's possession - probably letting value is here set-out. Descriptive Particulars of Lot. No. 2 The above premises in the Owner's possession have a frontage towards Christ Church Lane, close to Christ Church Lane. Sometimes since £8 a year was offered, but refused, the owner cot considering same sufficient; the premises are close to Christ Church and would form an eligible site for building. ____________________________________________________________________________ LOT 3- LANDS of Clashnascoub and Ballinure, otherwise Besborough, situate in the Barony of Cork, Parish of St. Fin Bars, held under two separte leases for term of 999 years of which nearly 900 years are unexpired, subject to the yearly rents of £18 3s. 8-1/46d. and £42 17s. 6-1/2d. ____________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 3 Gale Days 25th March-29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANT YEARLY RENTS 1] Clashnascoub, being Representatives of £151 16s. 11-1/2d. part of Ballinure; Francis ALLEN, NOW and Ballinure other- Ebenezer PIKE wise Besborough premises in Woods- NATURE OF TENANCY: [ALLEN, now PIKE] Lease dated 28th April, 1777, granted by Margaret CRAGGS, Robert O'CALLAGHAN and Leslie CRAGGS, to Francis ALLEN for 900 years from the 25th March, 1763 at the yearly rent of 30s, late currency, for each and every acre said lands contained according to Mr. *VESTER'S map or survey of said lands containing the usual covenants between landlord and tenant. DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF Lot No. 3 The foregoing lands are being held under two separate leases, one thereof bearing the date the 27th October, 1724, executed by Joseph NAGLE to Yardley LEWIS and Charles LAMB for the term of 999 years from the 29th September then last at the yearly rent of 19£ 14s.late currency, payable every 25th March and 22nd Sept. and 1s in the pound Receiver's fees in the event of said rent being two months in arrear; also in case said rent should be two months in arrear after any of the days of payment being properly demanded, 1s. in the pound receiver's fees - and are described as All That and Those that part of the field of Clashnascoub, then in the possession of the lessees, being part of the lands of Ballinure, in the South Liberties of the City of Cork, containing 39a.1r 27p English statute measure, mearing and bounding as follows, viz. on the East with Mr. ADDISON;S holdings, on the West by Ballinlough, on the South with the strand, and on the North with Ballynisheen; together with the right and liberty of a road leading from Ballinlough to Ballinure to the field thereby demised which said lease contains the usual covenants between landlord and tenant. The second of said leases, bearing the date of 30th day of Aug. 1735, executed by Joseph NAGLE to John CRAGGS for the term of 999 years from the 1st of May 1731, at the yearly rent of 46£ 9s, payable half yearly on every 1st day of. Nov and 1st day of May; and in case the said rent or any part thereof should be in arrear for two months after any of the payments being lawfully demanded, the sum of twelve pence per pound receiver's fees - and are described as All That and Those that part and parcel of the lands of Ballinure set forth by the said Joseph NAGLE to Yardley LEWIS and Charles Lamb, then in the possession of the said John CRAGGS; which said parcel of land was thereby agreed to contain 71a 1r 34p, English statute measure, and to be mearing and bounding as follows: that is to say on the West with the holdings of Mr. John Addison; on the North with the holdings or James CANTILLON, Denis KEEFE and several others of said NAGLE'S tenants; on the East with the road leading to the sea or river, as the same has been set out, and on the South with the Strand, situate on the South Liberties of the City of Cork, with full and free liberty of the well or spring on the premises, and of water and watering cattle on the Lough or Pond on the said lands of Ballinure in common with the said Joseph NAGLES'S other tenants on the said kands of Ballinure together with liberty of the gate and way on the South side of said CANTILLON'S or BROADWAY holdings. These lands are now in the Barony and County of Cork, and are situate about 3 miles of the City of Cork, and adjoining the sea or river, commanding a beautiful view of the river and surrounding scenery. On that portion of the lands demised by the lease of 27th October, 1724 the superb mansion of Ebenezer PIKE, Esq., one of the finest and most beautiful in the South of Ireland, on which he has lately expended large sums. On that portion of said lands demised by the lease of 30th August, 1735, are also detached residences called Fairyville and Saugboro'. The Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway runs through a portion of the lands, and there are two stations - one at Blackrock and the other at Rochestown, which are in the immediate vicinity. This lot may be looked upon as a chief Rent. CONDITIONS OF SALE OF LOT No. 3 ________________________________ The purchaser of Lot No. 3 shall not be entitled to require evidence of the Lessor in the lease of 27th October, 1724 and 30th August 1735, to make the same respectively, nor object by any reason of any incumbrance affecting his estate or interest. The original lease of 27th October 1724 and 30th August 1735 and the counterparts of the tenant's lease will be handed to the purchaser. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No.4 Dwelling-house and Premises situate on the Mardyke, held for the residue of a term of 38 years from the 29th September, 1837 with 'toties quoties' covenant for renewal. ___________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 4 Gale Days 25th March-29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANT YEARLY RENTS 1] Dwelling-house and Unoccupied £15 0s. 0d. premises on the Mardyke or Red House Walk. NATURE OF TENANCY; Unoccupied The foregoing with other premises are held under lease bearing date the 25th June 1783, executed by Robert FORSAYETH to Daniel MURPHY for a term of 19 years from the 25th day of March then next at the yearly rent of £27 12s. 0d.. of the late currency, and are thus described as All That and Those a piece of ground 92 in front to Mardyke or Red House Walk, and 120 feet in depth from front to rere, mearing and bounding on the North with the red House Walk and on the East, South and West with said Robert FORSAYETH'S holdings in the Parish of Saint Finn Barr's in the City of Cork, which said lease contains 'totie quoties' covenant for perpetual renewal therof. The said Daniel MURPHY built four dwelling-houses on said piece of ground. The last renewal bears the date the 29 day of March, 1833 and was made between Cornelius LYNE of the first part and the Rev, James George PURCELL, of the second part and Leslie O'CALLAGHAN of the third part and after reciting the said lease of the 25th of June, 1783 and that the buildings on said piece of ground consisted of four dwelling-houses and were the four first houses on and fronting Mardyke, said Cornelius LYNE demised to said James PURCELL All That and Those the said piece of ground in front to the Mardyke or Red House Walk the said dwelling houses and improvements made thereon, so comprised in the said indenture of lease made and executed to said Daniel MURPHY for the term of 38 years, from the 29th September 1827 at the yearly rent of £27 late currency, equivalent to £25 9s., present currency payable half-yearly on every 25th March and 29th Sept, which said lease contains the usual covenants between landlord and tenant. And said James George PURCELL covenanted and agreed with the said Leslie O'CALLAGHAN that said indenture of renewal was so made to him in trust and solely for the use of the parties entitled thereto, namely for the use of said James George PURCELL, according to his rights, and for the use of said Leslie CALLAGHAN as to the third house of said four houses, being the house now for sales and that during said term, and every renewal thereof to be granted, he should stand possessed of said third dwelling house in trust for the sole use of said Leslie O'CALLAGHAN, his executors, administrators, and assigns, should during said term, and every renewal thereof so long as he, his executors or administrators should continue in possession thereof, well and truly pay to the said James George PURCELL, his executors, administrators and assigns the said one fourth part and proportion of said yearly rent so reserved and made payable before the days and times the same should become due and payable and should and would do as aforesaid, but not further or otherwise well and sufficiently indemnify and save harmelss and keep indemnified the same James George PURCELL, his executors, administrators and assigns and the said two first houses, part of said premises from the payment thereof and from any loss and damage in repect of said third dwelling house. CONDITIONS OF SALE OF LOT No. 4 ________________________________ The purchaser of Lot No. 4 shall not require the original lease of 25th June, 1783 but shall be satisfied with the counterpart of the renewal of the 29th March, 1833 and shall not be entitled to require evidence of the title of the Lessor or lessors to make same respectively, nor object by any reason of any incumbrance affecting his estate or interest. The premises will be sold primarily liable to the yearly rent of £27 of the late currency reserved by said lease of 25th June, 1783 with such right of indemnity as is given by the covenant contained in said renewal of 29th March, 1833. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Lots 5 and 6 to follow next set: _____________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.