Ballina Chronicle; Oct 16, 1850; Incumbered Estates
- BALLINA CHRONICLE
Ballina, Co. Mayo
Wednesday, October 16, 1850
Mr. Thomas O'Brien of Fairfield, county Galway, whose property is in the
Encumbered Estates Court, has published an address to his tenantry that he
will resist the entrance of any purchaser with parliamentary title, into the
possession of his lands and calls on the people to stand by him!
IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN
Sale on the 6th Day of December, 1850
In the matter of the Estate of Sir William O'Malley, Knight, Owner, Exparte
Christopher Fitzsimon, Esquire, and others, Petitioners.
PURSUANT to the order of the Commissioners, made in this matter, bearing the
date the 20th day of March, 1850, they will on FRIDAY, the 6th day of
DECEMBER next, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, at their Court, No. 14,
SELL BY AUCTION,
THE FEE SIMPLE AND INHERITANCE
Of and in the Towns and hands of
ROSMUNA NORTH, ROSMUNA MIDDLE, and ROSMUNA SOUTH,
containing 54A: 2R: 24P, late Irish measure, equal to 88A: 2R: 4P statute
measure, situate in the barony of Burrishoole, and County of Mayo.
Dated this 28th day of September, 1850.
The several tenants on this property are subject to the tithe rent
charge, amounting to £2.4s.6d yearly. The lands have been valued, under
Ordnance valuation at £56.12s.8d., exclusive of about 23 acres statute
measure (in one lot) which are unlet and in possession of the owner.
The value of this lot, according to the Ordnance survey, is about £14
The property, a peninsula in Clew Bay, is within about 2 1/2 miles of
the town of Westport. There is an oyster bank attached to the property. The
bays surrounding it about with almost every description of fish.
A fishing station, which could not fail to return considerable profit,
might be established here, at very trifling expense. The shores yield a
sufficient supply of seaweed, not only for the culture of the land, but also
for the manufacture of kelp. There is a limestone quarry on the lands,
containing the very finest description of stone. There is also spring water
noted for its purity. The tenant's cottages are neat and comfortable.
This is a favourite resort for bathers during the summer season.
To a nobleman or gentleman desirous to purchase property, to the
capitalist seeking a secure investment with a certainty of increase, or to a
party desirous of erecting a summer residence, this estate presents an
opportunity seldom to be met with.
The tenants' leases are lodged in court, and will be handed to the
For rentals, maps, and all other information, apply at the office of
the Commissioners, No. 14, Henrietta-street, Dublin, or to
DAVID MAHONEY, Solicitor having the carriage of this
order for sale, No. 2, Kildare-street, Dublin; or to
NEAL DAVIS, Solicitor for the Owner, No. 45, Upper
Rutland-st., Dublin, or Castlebar;
to whom any person wishing to purchase by private contract may make
application in writing, which will be submitted to their examinations.
SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS
In the matter of the Estate of Martin D'Arcy, Owner, Exparte
John Barton, Thomas Mooney, and Solomon Watson.
WHEREAS by an absolute Order, bearing date the 28th day of September 1850,
it was ordered that the Lands of Ballykine, comprising the denominations of
Lower Ballykine, Aghlahard, Lower Drummeen, Middle Drummeen, Upper Drummeen,
Cregtoberapotta, Cregtoberapotta and Ballykine, Gurteenroe and Ballykine,
situate in the Barony of Kilmain, and
COUNTY OF MAYO,
held in fee; the lands of Houndswood, otherwise Kiltemadra, Funshunagh and
Clohercartagh, Ballyhall, Woodpark East, Wookpark West and Polawella,
Turlogh Village, Lisnamuck North, Lisnamuck South, Nadaneigh, Collaga,
Collaga, otherwise Parkroe, and Tonroe, otherwise Thomruagh, situate as
aforesaid, half under lease from the Bishop of Tuam; and the lands of
Athyquirk, otherwise Castletown, with its several sub-denominations, situate
as aforesaid, held in fee, should be sold for the purpose of discharging the
"Now all persons claiming estates or interests on the said premises,
who may object to such order, are hereby informed that the Commissioners
will hear any application which any such person may desire to bring before
them on notice, to be served a the office, 14, Henrietta street, Dublin,
within one calendar month from the date hereof.
And all persons claiming charges or incumbrances on the said premises,
or any part thereof, are required to lodge a brief statement of the
particulars thereof at the said office, within two calendar months from the
date thereof, and also to send their respective addresses, in order that
they may receive notice at what time and in what manner their claims should
Dated this 8th day of October, 1850.
RICHARD CATHCART, Solicitor for the Petitioners, 1067 Baggot street, Dublin.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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