Land: CORK [6 Lots] - In the Matter of the Estate of Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN OWNER AND PETITIONER, Lot 1. Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & Jane Sullivan _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK ______________________________________________________________________________ RENTALS AND PARTICULARS OF THE FOLLOWING: Valuable and Fee-simple, Freehold and Leasehold Estates situate in the County and City of Cork which will be offered for sale at Public Auction in SIX LOTS, by R. B. EVANS, at his Auction Rooms, South Mall, Cork on Saturday, the 26th day of June, 1858, at the hour of One o'clock in the afternoon. The biddings will be submitted to Mr. Commissioner LONGFIELD at his Chambers, No. 14 Henrietta-street, Dublin on Wednesday, the 30th of June without further notice to any person. ______________________________ Rentals to be had on applying at the Court of the Commissioners,14 Henrietta-street, Dublin; to Messrs. BEAMISH & Co., 8 Inn's Quay, Dublin; to Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN, Esq. the Owner and Petitioner, Rockvale, Castletown-Roche; or to John Irwine WHITTY, LL.D., Civil and Mining Engineer and Valuator, 15 Henrietta-street, Dublin. Noted: Printed at the Office of Dr. Whitty, C. E. [Civil Engineer] 15 Henrietta-street, Dublin. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 1 House and Premises, situate Hanover-street, Wandesford-street, and Queen's-place. In the Parish of St, Peter's and City of Cork. Held for long terms of years subject to the Yearly rents of £17,late currency, equivalent to £15, 13s. 10-1/2d., present currency; and £11, late currency, equivalent to £10, 3s. 1d., present currency. ______________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 1 TENANT YEARLY RENTS Gale Days 25th March-29th September 1] Dwelling-House and Richard PERROTT £12 0s. 0d. Premises, with and 1st May and 1st Nov. upper floor or Loft adjoining said Dwelling House in Hanover-street in the Parish of St. Peter's and City of Cork. NATURE OF TENANCY; [PERROTT] Lease dated 5th December 1838, granted by Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN to the said Richard PERROTT for the term of 99 years, from the 1st November, 1838 containing the usual covenants and clauses between Landlord and Tenant, which premises are described as a certain dwelling-house, together with an upper floor or loft adjoining, bounded on the north by Hanover-street, contains from east to west, fronting said street, 21 feet, bounded on the south by premises in the possession of Richard PERROTT, and measuring 20 feet, 2 inches and on the east by premises belonging to Leslie CRAGGS. -------- 2] House and concerns Richard PERROTT £24 0s. 0d. fronting toward Hanover-street and extending back to the River Lee, formerly in the occupation of Charles WOODHOUSE and John RAINES NATURE OF TENANCY; [PERROTT] Lease dated 12th April, 1853, granted by Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN to the said Richard PERROTT for the term of 200 years, from the 25th March, 1833 containing the usual covenants and clauses between Landlord and Tenant, Also a covenant or clause of surrender at the end of the first year, or at the end of the 8th year, or at the end of each succeeding seven years, -------- 3] Houses and Premises Samuel WILLIAMSON £13 0s. 0d. in Hanover-street in the Parish of St. Peter's and City of Cork, formerly used and known as the Cork DISPENSARY NATURE OF TENANCY; [WILLIAMSON] Lease dated 27th November, 1852, granted by Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN to the said Samuel WILLIAMSON for the term of 99 years, from the 29th September, 1852 containing the usual covenants and clauses between Landlord and Tenant, and a covenant that the lessee should within two years from the 25th March next after the date, put the premises into repair and lay out a sum of at least £26, such improvements to be of such a nature, trade of the said Samuel WILLIAMSON should require. Also a covenant that if the said Samuel WILLIAMSON, his executors, administrators, or assigns should be minded and desirous of putting an end to said demise at the expiration date of the first five years, computing from the 25th March, 1853 or at the expiration of any succeeding term of 3 years, and of such his intention should give six calendar months notice in writing, and in such case upon payment of all arrears of rent and taxes, and performance of all covenants therein reserved on the part of said Lessee, said Indenture of lease and every clause therein contained should cease, determine and be absolutely null and void. -------- 4] Dwelling house, Back James SWEENEY £12 0s. 0d. House, Linneys, and Ground to the rere 25th Dec-25th Mar thereof in Hanover- 25th June and 29th Sept. street in the Parish of St. Peter's and City of Cork, and is the second from Wandesford-St. NATURE OF TENANCY; [SWEENEY] Lease dated 3rd September, 1840, granted by Leslie Craggs O'CALLAGHAN to said James SWEENEY for the term of 150 years, from the 29th September, 1840. By said lease the yearly rent is reserved and made payable quarterly, on the 25th December, March 25th, 25 June and 29th September and contains the usual covenants and clauses between Landlord and Tenant. Also a covenant that the lessee should expend £50 in making lasting improvements; which sum has been expended. -------- 5] A vacant plot of William HUTCHINS £9 4s. 7-1/4d described as situate, lying and being in the North- west quarter of the City of Cork. NATURE OF TENANCY; [HUTCHINS] Lease dated 1st December 1783, granted by Cornelius O'CALLAGHAN to Emanuel HUTCHINS described as All That and Those a vacant plot of ground situate, lying and being in the North-West quarter of the City, bounded on the north by said Emanuel HUTCHINS' holdings, on the south by the River Lee, and on the east by the linney in the possession of the said Cornelius O'CALLAGHAN, and on the west by the street leading to Wandesford Bridge, for the term of 499 years, from the 25th March, 1783 at the yearly rent of £10, late currency for the expiration of the two first years to the said term, containing the usual covenants and clauses between Landlord and Tenant. -------- 6] Dwelling house, Back William HUTCHINS £27 13s. 10d yard, Back House and Stable in n the Parish of St. Peter, City of Cork. NATURE OF TENANCY; [HUTCHINS] Lease dated 27th December 1781, granted by Leslie CRAGGS to Benjamin HUTCHINS and Emanuel HUTCHINS for the term of 500 years, from the 25th March, then next: containing the usual covenants between Landlord and Tenant, at the rent of £30, late currency, from the expiration of the five fisrt years of said term. -------- 7] Dwelling House and Sarah REYNOLDS £41 10s. 9-1/4d Lot of Ground, situate in Hanover Street aforesaid NATURE OF TENANCY; [HUTCHINS] Lease dated 9th July 1784, granted by Cornelius O'CALLAGHAN to William REYNOLDS for the term of 450 years from the 25th March 1784, at the yearly rent of £45 late currency. _______________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS AS TO LOT No. 1 _______________________________________ The foregoing premises situate in Hanover Street, Wandesford, Street and Queen's place in the parish of St. Peter's and the City of Cork, are held under two leases for long terms of years; one of said leases bearing date the 30th September, 1735, executed by Christopher ROGERS to Abraham CHATTERTON, and are described as All That Malt House and Malt Kiln, mearing and bounding as follows, viz.; On the north partly with Hanover Street and partly with a little passage leading to John ADDISS' holdings; on the south with the river; on the east with John ADDISS' holdings; on the west with another malt-house thereinafter mentioned, part of which was in possession of John SMITH. Also all that the lower part of said malt-house, part of which was in possession of the said John SMITH, as the same was divided from that part thereof in his possession, extending from the street 25 feet; and also the middle floor part of the same malt house, as the same was divided from that part thereof in the possession of the said John SMITH, in length 41 feet; and also the whole upper floor of the same malt-house throughout the house. All of which said premises are situate in Hanover Street, in the west suburbs of the said' city and parish of St. Peter; to hold from the 29th day of September, 1735, for the term of 900 years at the yearly rent of 17£, late currency; which said lease contains the usual covenants between landlord and tenant; and also a power to the said Abraham CHATTERTON, his executors, administrators, and assigns to surrender said premises at the expiration of any seventh year of the tenancy, giving six months notice as therein. The second of said leases, bearing the date 22nd April, 1755, executed by Quinton ROGERS to John CRAGGS, and are described as All That and Those the messuage or front house. with an entry adjoining, back-side, back houses and garden, with a Summer house and Quay to the river, all thereunto belonging, on the West Marsh without the water gate of the city of Cork, late in the occupation Anne GODFREY, widow; to hold for the term of 954 years, from the 1st day of August, then last past, at the yearly rent of 11£, late currency, payable every 2nd day of February and 1st day of August, and contains a clause of distress and re-entry; also a covenant to pay the rent and keep the premises in repair and deliver up the same in repair, casualties of fire, war and rebellion only excepted. On the premises comprised in the said Indenture of Lease, there have been partly erected the extensive Iron Foundry and works of Mr. Richard PERROTT, who has expended a considerable sum, and on the remaining part of said premises several dwelling houses have been built and erected. __________________________________________________________________________________________ CONDTIONS OF SALE AS TO LOT No. 1 _________________________________ The purchasers of Lot. No. 1 shall not be entitled to require evidence of the title of the grantors or lessors, in the leases of the 30th September, 1735 and 22nd April, 1755, to make the same or any or either of them, nor object by reason of any incumbrance affecting their or any or either of their estate or interest. The original leases have been lost, and the purchaser shall be satisfied with a copy of the lease of the 30th of September, 1735 which is fully recited in the deed of assignment of said premises, bearing date the 26th May, 1752, made by Abraham CHATTERTON to John CRAGGS, the original of which will be handed to the purchaser; and shall also be satisfied with a copy of the lease of the 22nd April, 1755 which is registered. The counterparts of the several leases will be handed to the purchaser. ______________________________________________________________ LOTS 2-6 TO FOLLOW; ______________________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.