Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of The rev. George C. NASH - OWNER
Ex parte, John WHEELER, Petitioner
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CITY OF CORK:  To be sold by Auction: at the Imperial Hotel, Thursday, 19th day of October, 1854 at one o'Clock

Biddings to be taken by the Auctioneer, Mr. William MARSH and then submitted to The Chief of Commissioners
at his Chambers, Henrietta-street, Dublin on Thursday 2nd Day of November, 1854

For Particulars Contact: James LANE, Solicitor-Cork; John ORPIN. Solicitor-Dublin; Henry E. JONES, Solicitor-Cork;
or to BEAMISH and ARMSTRONG, Solicitors-Dublin -
Frederick J EAGAR, Printer - 120 Lower Gardiner-street, Dublin
Lands of BRINNY, with Dwelling-house, Out-offices and Mill thereon, situate in the Barony of Kinalea, County Cork,
held for residue of term of 300 years from 1st May 1698, under Lease dated 23rd May, 1698 yearly rent £37 0s 4d


                                   		£  S  D		Gale days 25th March and
1] Part of the 		In owner's 				25th September each year
Lands of BRINNY 	Possession 		178 0 0
with house-offices	107a 2r 10p
and Plantations

1a]  MILL		Robert ALLMAN		40 0 0 		Tenant from year to year
								ending March 25th each year
2]  Part of Brinny	Thomas SEYMOUR		70 0 0
			88a 2r 27p				Lease dated 30th August 1851
								between George C NASH and T. SEYMOUR
								For 31 years, with tenant's rights
								for enough slate and timber to build a
								house and offices on the premises.

NOTED: [SEYMOUR] The principal part of the Out-offices have been built. The dwelling-house is not.
A compared copy of the lease taken from the tenant's part will be handed to the purchaser.
3] Ditto		Henry C NASH		109 6 8 	Lease dated 30th December 1851
			152a 3r 32p				term of 61 years by Rev. George C NASH
4] Ditto		John HORNIBROOK		  5 2 0 	Year to year, ending 29th September
			6a 3r 11p
5] Ditto		Jeffrey BENZLEY		 9 16 11	Year to year, ending 29th September
			31a 3r 3p
6] Ditto		Cornelius RYAN		 17 18 4	Year to year, ending 29th September
			27a 2r 11p
7] Continued		Daniel DONOVAN		 4 0 0  	Year to year, ending 29th September
			6a 0r 28p
8]			Miss Mary HORNIBROOK	10 7 0
			8a 1r 8p


Lease of 23rd March 1698 made by Edward RIGGS TO John NASH [ancestor of present owner] for 300 years
from 1st May 1698, with covenant for RIGGS, of the Manor of RIGGS to grind his corn and grain to be
spent on the premises during said term at the MILL or MILLS - whenever same should be erected.

The MILL works three pairs of stones, capable of [processing] 3.000 barrels of corn.  The Mill and Stores
are in good working order.  The Mansion House is picturesquely situated near the Brinny river. The Timber
is principally old and valuable, but as ornamental only. The young plantations containing Oak, Ash and Fir
timber of about 18 years growth as very promising and healthy.


SOURCE: Vol. 4 - FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.