The Cork Evening Post
15 May 1788
The Assignees of Maurice Ahern, a Bankrupt, will sell by public
auction on the Exchange, at one o'clock, on Friday the ninth day
of May next, said Bankrupt's Term and Interest in his dwelling
House and Concerns in cove-lane, held by Lease from Mr. John
Bradshaw for 990 years, from November 1782 at 68 [pounds],
5 [shillings] a year. Ahern paid a large Fine for these concerns,
and by expending near 400 [pounds]on them, hs rendered them
remarkedly commodious for the Corn or Mercantile business.
Also said Ahern's Interest in a malt-house and premises in
Blackpool, held by Lease under Mrs. Russell for thirty years,
from March 1782 at 19 [pounds] a year. These are also very
convenient for business, and a very large sum of money has been
laid out on them. The Title, Deeds and every other information
to be had from John Franklin at his Office on the Grand Parade.
Conditions at time of sale. ap 24
The above sale is postponed until Tuesday the 20th May Instant.
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