Published in Cavan, county Cavan
Notice of Auctions 1847
January 22, 1847
Hugh DUFFY, Plaintiff
Thomas B. BOYLAN, Defendant
To be sold by auction in the Court House
of Cavan, on Monday, 1st February, 1847, by Order
of the Sheriff of the County of Cavan, under and by
virtue of her Majesty's Writ of Fieri, Facias in the
above Cause, all the Defendant's right, title and
interest of, in and to his House and Premises, situate,
lying and being in the Town of Kilnaleck, Parish of
Crosserlough, Barony of Castleraghan, and County
Terms--One third of the Purchase Money to be
deposited at Time of Sale, and the remainder on the
Sheriff making out the Deed.
Purchaser to pay Auction Fees.
J. RAFFERTY, Auctioneer.
Sale to commence at Twelve o'Clock precisely.
COUNTY OF CAVAN
Attractive, Peremptory, and Unreserved
SALE BY AUCTION,
Adjourned in consequence of the severity of the day,
from Monday the 8th till
MONDAY THE 15TH INSTANT.
The Sale to commence at 12 o'clock precisely.
The Subscriber pledges himself for the accuracy of
the undermentioned, having carefully examined them all:--
No. 1, the Farm on which the owner, Edward SMITH,
resides, is situated at Kilnacross, Parish of Drung, nearly
adjoining Parsonage, held under Lord ANNESLY, who
as a Landlord or for encouragement to his Tenantry
needs no comment. The accommodations rarely to be
paralleled. The Farm attached contains 9a. of prime Land,
fenced, sewered, quicked, and tastefully planted, with
every comfort and accommodation, and a full supply of
free Bog, held at the small yearly Rent of £7 16aa.
No. 2 Farm, nearly adjoining, contains 5½ Acres, with 2
Acres of free Bog and Meadow. The Land of this Farm has
also a comfortable Dwelling-house, and laid down in Clover
and Hay Seed on both Farms, with a large quantity of Wheat
The Stock consists of 7 excellent diary Cows in prime
condition, and well bred for Dairy use, 4 of them to Calve
the 15th of May; 1 yearling Calves, a sharp black Pony
nearly Cob size, 6 years old, and a strong bay draft Mare.
Household Furniture--Several elegantly finished rural
Tables, Chairs , Presses, Bedsteads, Kitchen Requisites,
an excellent American Clock, &c.
Farming Utensils--1 Cart, Crate and Harness, 1 Plough,
2 Harrows, 1 Wheel Barrow, a large quantity of Hay, Straw
and Potatoes; useful Turnip Slicer, Hand Cart and patent
Wheel Churn, with a variety of numerous Articles
Terms--One-fourth of the Purchase Money to be deposited
at time of Sale and the remainder on getting possession.
Cash for all Chattels, with 5 percent, Auction Commission
for the entire, to be paid by the Purchaser.
Kilnacross is situate--With the road to Stradone leading by
one side of the farm, and that of Cavan and Cootehill by the
other, 7 miles from Cootehill, 5 from Cavan, 3 from Ballyhaise,
and 3 from Stradone.
Auctioneer, Valuator and Appraiser,
February 10, 1847
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
DRAINAGE - SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS
DISTRICT OF LEESBOROUGH
County of Monaghan
NOTICE is hereby given that a Copy of the REPORT of
Mr. W. FORSYTH, Civil Engineer, on the DRAINAGE and
IMPROVEMENT proposed to be made on the LANDS in the
DISTRICT of LEESBOROUGH, County of Monaghan.....
Dated as the office of Public Works, Dublin, the 4th
day of February 1847.
By Order of the Commissioners,
Jos. C. WALKER, Secretary.
In the Matter of Richard BELL, late a Lunatic.
And in the matter of Catherine BELL, a Minor, Heiress-
in-Law of said late Lunatic.
PURSUANT to the Report in these matters bearing date
of 15th day of February 1847, I will on WEDNESDAY, the
10th Day of MARCH, 1847, at my Office, Inns-Quay, in the
City of Dublin, at the Hour of One o'Clock, in the Afternoon
of said Day, Set up and Let to the Highest and Fairest Bidder,
for Seven Years pending these Matters, All That and Those
the Dwelling-House and Demesne Lands of MOYNE HALL,
together with the Yards, Gardens, and Offices thereunder
belonging, containing Twelve Acres Arable and Pasture
Irish Plantation Measure, situate in the County of Cavan,
being the late residence of the Lunatic in the first matter.
Dated the 15th day of February 1847
Moynehall is situate within two short miles of the Town
of Cavan, two of Ballinagh, and six of Ballyjamesduff;
and the Tenant will be required to take out Leases, and
enter into the usual Recognizance.
For further particulars apply to John BAKER, Esq.,
Committe of the Fortune, Ashgrove, Belturbet; David
KELLETT, Esq., Administrator of said Lunatic, Cornasirk,
Virginia; or to Moutray ERSKINE, Solicitor for said John
BAKER and the Heiress-at-law of said late Lunatic--
Offices, Cavan, and 69 Dominick-seet, Dublin.
COUNTY OF CAVAN
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN SELECTED TO OFFER
FOR PUBLIC COMPETITION AND PEREMPTORY SALE
By direction of William BROOKE, Esq., the Master in
the cause of O'GRADY v. BRADY at the
FARNHAM ARMS HOTEL
IN THE TOWN OF CAVAN
At the Hour of One O'CLOCK, Sharp
On FRIDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, 1847,
In the Following Lots, OR Together, as May Suit Purchasers
The Townland of Lisboduff, situate within 5 mines of the
market towns, of Cootehill and Ballyhaise, containing 185A,
3R 3P., by Ornanance Survey, and producing a Rental of
£107 16s. 1d. Those lands are very moderately let, and are
of excellent quality.
The Townland of Drumskelt, adjoinging Lot I, and the same
distance from the Towns containing 148a. 2r. 9p. by Ordnance
Survey and producing a Rental of £92 17 s. 1d.; let very
The Townland of Corcora, adjoining above Lots, containing
9s. 2r. 26p. by Ordnance Survey, and producing £62 3s. 1d.
The Townland of Straboy, adjacent to the above, and con-
taining 91a. 2r. 22p., by Ordnance Survey, and producing
£26 17s. annually.
The Townland of Corrinchico, also adjoining the above, and
containing 99a. 3r. 38p, by Ordanance Survey, and producing
62l. 2 s. yearly.
The Townland of Clonervy, containing 414a., 3r. 8p., producing
296l. 9s. 7d. annaully. Those Lands are situate within 3 miles of
the Town of Cavan and 5 of Ballyhaise, and upon them is the
Mansion-House and Demesne formerly occupied by the
Inheritor, and now Let under the Court, pending Cause to
the Rev. Mr. FETHERSTON. They are Set at very low Rents,
and occupied by an excellent Tenantry. There is a considerable
quantity of Timber on the Lands.
The Townland of Corfeehone, containing 374a. 1r. 5., adjoining
Lot No. 6, and roducing 287l. 15s. 11d. This Land is moderately
Let and of excellent quality, and offers a most desirable invest-
ment for a Purchaser.
The Lands of Pottle, containing 87a. 3r. 17p., situate on the
High Road from Dublin to Cavan, and within 3 miles of the
Town, and producing 46l. 7s.2d. The Lands are let moderately,
and to a good Tenantry.
The Townland of Poles, containing 105a., Irish measure, let
to one Tenant, under an old Lease, at the Rent of £106 2s. 3d.;
these Lands are situate within 3 miles of the town of Cavan, on
the High Road to Dublin, and at the expiration of the present
Lease (the defendant, Mr. BRADY, being the surviving life,
and now aged 67 years) will considerably increase in value, and
offer a most desirable and save investment for a Purchaser.
The undersigned may, with perfect confidence, obsserve, that
there has seldom been offered to the Public.....
Rentals, Conditions of Sale, and further Particulars, may be
obtained on application to Frederick JACKSON, Solicitor for
the Venders, No. 9 Harcourt-street; Messrs. CRANSTON and
HALL, 18 Hardwicke-street; and of
James GANLEY, Auctioneer
At his Offices, Dublin and Longford
In the matter of Pierce MORTON, and his minor son,
Pierce Edward MORTON, by the said Pierce, his
father and guardian.
And the Act of the 7th and 8th Victoria, chap. 18,
entitled, "An act for authorizing the Sale of certain
estates" in the counties of Meath and Cavan.
The Rev. John ROLLESTON and another, Plaintiffs;
Pierce MORTON and others., Defendants
PURSUANT to the Order of the Lord High Chancellor
of Ireland, bearing date the 15th day of Aril, 1845, made
under the authority of said act, I will, on WEDNESDAY,
the 2nd of JUNE next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the
Afternoon, at my Chambers of the Inns'-Quay, Dublin,
SET UP and SELL, in Lots, to the highest bidder, by
Public Cant, the Fee and Inhertance of ALL THAT AND
THOSE, Lot no. 1, the lands of Cornabest, Cornacarrow,
Cornakill and Liscannon, in the barony of Tullygarvey,
and county of Cavan; also, Lot No. 2 Finternagh, in the
barony of Clonkee, in said county; also, Lot No. 3,
Quilliboy or Coleboy, in the barony of Clonmahon in
said county; also Lot No. 4, Coolkill; Also, Lot No. 5,
Cullow; also, Lot no. 6, Killnacrott, and the Mansion-
house and Demesne thereon; also Lot No. 7, Latnadronagh;
also, Lot No. 8, Lehary; also, Lot No. 9, Mullacaslan and
Tonylion; all in the barony of Castleraghan, in said
county of Cavan, being part of the Messauges, Lands
and Premises specified in the 4th Schedule to said act
annexed, in order to raise all such sums as shall be
sufficient for the purposes in said act mentioned.
Dated 25th day of March 1847.
An attractive Sale for one Day of valuable Household
Furniture, Plate, and Plated Ware, Glass, China, and
Delph, one Fine Durham Cow, House, Linens, Feather
Beds and Bedding, &c.
THE PROPERITOR EDWARD BANNON, Esq., has
favoured the Salesman with the following Commission, viz:
TO SELL BY AUCTION
At his Residence, OAK-HILL LODGE, near Arva, without
On Thursday the 15th of April, inst.
The entire of the above, in which we only designate as
TERMS--Cash, or approved Bills for any sum over £10.
Geo. CHADWICK, Auctioneer.
April 7, 1847
Extensive and Unreserved SALE of upwards of One Hundred
and Twenty head of PURE SHORT-HORN AND DEVON CATTLE...
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE......and other effects, the property
of Arthur BAKER, Esq.--the whole of which will be SOLD BY
AUCTION, on MONDAY, the 19th April 1847, and following days,
at NEWTOWN, adjoining LOUGHCREW, County Meath, in conse-
quence of Mr. BAKER giving up his Farms in this locality.......
Terms--Cash, for all purchases under £30. Approved BILLS at
three months' date, with stamp and interest added, will be
received in payment for all purchases over that sum. The sale
to commence each day, at half past 11 o'clock.
No Commission or Fees of any kind chargeable to purchaser at
this sale. Printed Catalogues, with pedigree of the Short-horn
Stock, may be had, on and after the 10th inst., of Mr. M'DONALD
at Dycer's, Stephen's green; Mr. BAKER, at his residence,
Mountjoy square, Mr. HENDERSON, Bookseller, Kells; Mr.
GOFF, Oldcastle, at Newtown, and of
JOHN LITTLEDALE, Auctioneer
9, Upper Ormond-quay, Dublin
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