Land: CORK - In the Matter of the Estate of Samuel ABBOTT, an Insolvent; OWNER - Lots 1-3 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & M. Taylor _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sourced and Names - Owner: ABBOTT, Samuel, V.3, FHC #258795,; CLIFTON, William Appleby: Assignee ex parte Petitioners: ABBOTT, Charlotte, V.3, FHC# 258795,ABBOTT, John George, V.3, FHC# 258795, ABBOTT, Samuel, V.3, FHC# 258795, ROCHE, Lydia, V.3, FHC # 258795, ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL AND PARTICULARS OF THE FOLLOWING: BREWERY, STEAM FLOUR AND MALT MILLS, MALT HOUSES, STORES AND DWELLING HOUSE known as The FITTON-STREET BREWERY, in the City of Cork, held under Two leases for Terms of Years, with 'toties quoties' Covenants for Renewal; THE TWO HOUSES AND PREMISES ON SPY HILL TERRACE, QUEENSTOWN, in the Barony of BARRYMORE, and County of Cork, held under Lease for Lives; and THE MILL AND MILL LANDS OF ARDAROSTIG, situate in the Barony and County of Cork, held under Lease for Lives renewable for ever, Which will be offered for sale by Public Auction by R. B. EVANS, at his Auction Rooms, 54 South Mall, in the City of Cork on Saturday, the 10 day of July, 1858. [No Hour shown] The biddings taken by the Auctioneer will be submitted to Mr. Commissioner LONGFIELD at his Chambers, on Wednesday, 14th July, 1858 at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, without further notice to any party. ______________________________ For Rentals and Further Particulars, apply at the Court of the Commissioners, 14 Henrietta-street; to Mr. R.B. EVANS, the Auctioneer; to Samuel Paul LINDSAY, Solicitor 25 South Mall, Cork; Frederick A, KLEIN C.E. 21 South Mall, Cork,; and Charles F. JOHNSON, Solicitor, having carriage of sale, 9 Eustace-street, Dublin' [SHANNON, REILLY & McDERMOTT, Printers and Stationers, Ulster House, 8 Dame-street, Dublin] _______________________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 1 The Brewery concerns, malting houses, flour mills, stores and dwelling house, situate in the Parish of, St. Finn Barrys and City of Cork, held underleases for years, with 'toties quoties' Covenants for Renewal ______________________________ Gale Days 25th March-29th September; Valuation £200 per C E Klein, C.E. per Commissioners Order RENTAL -- LOT No. 1 TENANT YEARLY RENTS DENOMINATIONS 1] Brewery Concerns Untenanted £200 0s. 0d Malt Houses and Corn Mills, stores and Dwelling-house in Fitton-street City of Cork. NATURE OF TENANCY; [VACANT] these premises are in the owner's possession by whom they at present worked. Immediate possession will be given to the purchaser. [Edited and condensed] Particulars and Observations: These premises, held under two several lease bearing dates: 30th Oct., 1804 and 13th March 1810: made respectively from Thomas WALKER to Samuel ABBOTT. The first for a term of 37 years and the second for 31 years. The premises comprised in Lease one: All that and those , a piece or plot of ground situate in Saint Finn Barrys, Cork - 113 feet front x 93 across back x 192 deep containing the usual covenants between Landlord and tenant Lease two [13th March, 1810] formerly in the possession of said Thomas WALKER, now Samuel ABBOTT, bordered by a garden in the possession of Mr. CLEBURNE; William CHARTER'S Tan-yard and canal leading to the distillery. Covenants also for buildings to be erected and maintained, as well as no open windows on the western boundary thereof. The last renewals of leases bear dates, respectively of 21st march, 1842, made by the Rev. Thomas PERROTT, TO Samuel ABBOTT, John George ABBOTT, Lydia ROCHE AND Joseph ROCHE. These premises are primarily held under the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and the original lease and renewals will be handed to the purchaser. ____________________________________________________________________________ Gale Days 25th March-29th September; Valuation £53 10s. 0d per C E Klein, C.E per Commissioners Order RENTAL -- LOT No. 2 TENANT YEARLY RENTS DENOMINATIONS 1] Dwelling-house, Offices W. P. O'Brien, Esq. £52 10s. 0d and Gardens on Spy Hill Terrace, Queenstown NATURE OF TENANCY; [O'BRIEN] Tenant from year to year, Tenancy determinable 5th September in each year. -------- 2] Dwelling-house, Offices Henry ELLIOTT, Esq. £50 0s. 0d and Gardens on Spy 1st May-1st November Hill Terrace, Queenstown NATURE OF TENANCY; [ELLIOTT] Tenant from year to year, Tenancy determinable 1st May in each year. [Edited and condensed] These premises held under lease 15th April, 1833 by John Smith BARRY to John George ABBOTT and John ROCHE. for the lives of Samuel ABBOTT son, now aged 31 years; and John ROCHE, son, now aged 42 years, and contain the usual covenants between Landlord and tenants, Also a covenant to only build the houses and offices necessary and not to carry on any offensive trades. Premised located on Spy Hill next to Mr. BARRY'S lot The original lease will be handed to the purchaser. _____________________________________________________________________________________ The Mill and Mill Lands of Ardarostig, situate in the Barony and County of Cork, held under lease renewable for ever. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Gale Days 25th March-29th September; Valuation £190 0s. 0d per C E Klein, C.E per Commissioners Order RENTAL -- LOT No. 3 TENANT YEARLY RENTS DENOMINATIONS 1] The Mill and Mill Timothy HALLINAN, Esq. £105 0s. 0d Lands of Ardarostig NATURE OF TENANCY AND OBSERVATIONS: [HALLINAN] 16a 3r 35p These premises held under lease dated 22nd August, 1823 from Sir George PIGOTT and Thomas PIGGOTT, Esq. to Samuel ABBOTT and Henry ABBOTT for three lives, one of whom is now in being. The Lessor reserves all rights to hunting etc as well as a covenant by Lessees to keep the premises in repair' also Power enabling Lessees to surrender the premises at the end of every seven years. Proviso referring disputes as to which articles should be considered machinery or fixtures to arbitration. Also Covenant by Lessors for quiet enjoyment. Land situate in the South West Liberties of Cork, noted as The Mill and Mill Lands of Ardarostig, in the County of Cork. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.