Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of Richard Longfield JAMESON, Esq. Owner and Petitioner Lot 1-3 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & M. Taylor _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK RENTALS & PARTICULARS OF; Several Valuable Houses and Premises, held for long terms of years situate on the SOUTH MALL, MORRISSON'S QUAY, QUEEN STREET and LOGAN STREET in the City of Cork AND AT BLACKROCK, in all, FIFTEEN LOTS. TO BE SOLD BY THE COMMISSIONERS, AT THEIR COURT, NO. 14 HENRIETTA STREET IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN ON Thursday the 20th day of January 1859 at 12 o'Clock NOON _______________ For Rentals and further Particulars apply at the Office of the Commissioners, 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin, to Messrs. FOOTTS and FITZSIMONS, Solicitors for the Owner and Petitioner, having the Carriage of the Sale, at their offices No. 83, South Mall, Cork and No. 71 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin; or to Thomas F. O'CONNELL, Solicitor, No. 71 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin. __________________________________________________________________________ GUY BROTHERS, Printers - 70 Patrick Street, Cork. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- [EDITED and CONDENSED WHERE POSSIBLE] Further PARTICULARS for RENTAL Pursuant to order of the LANDED ESTATES COURT, bearing date 15th November, 1858 The attention of intending purchasers is particularly directed to the following information as to Lots 1 and 5. LOT 1] The rent of £64 12s. 3-1/22d. paid by Dr. HUGHES is a ground rent. On the premises demised by lease dated 11 May 1782 (and comprised in this Lot) there are six first-class houses, viz., the houses of Dr. HUGHES, Mr. Michael GAMBLE, Mr. Thomas JAMESON, Mr. James E. LESLIE, Mr. JONES and ROYAL EXZCHANGE ASSURANCE CONPANY'S engine house. The ordnance valuation of the houses on this Lot is £260, and the interest of Dr. HUGHES in the premises is believed to worth upwards of £300 yearly. The rent of £64 12s. 3-1/22d must therefore be considered a chief rent. -------- LOT 4] The house and premises comprised in this Lot are occupied by Mr. Edward HARDING, Artist and Professor of Drawing and Mr. R. N. PARKER, Solicitor -------- LOT 5] The rent of £46 3s. 1d paid by Messrs. DEAVES Brothers is also a ground rent. The premises devised by lease dated 30th August 1760, present a frontage of 190 to the South Mall and extend from Queen Street to Mr. WELSTEAD'S on the South Mall. There is a large number of houses and other buildings of a most valuable description on this Lot. The ordanance valuation of the premises comprised in Lot 5 is £400 yearly and the interest of Messrs. DEAVES and their undertenants is most valuable. The rent of £46 3s. 1d must therefore be looked upon as a well-secured chief rent. NOTED: The ordnance valuation of the first five lots is £852. __________________________________________________________________________ [Edited and condensed where possible] _____________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOTS 1 THROUGH 9 - IN THE CITY OF CORK The premises comprised in Lots 1-9 from part of the premises held under a lease dated 5th July, 1760 made by Nathaniel LAVITT to James MORRISSON, Ebenezer MORRISSON and William FITTON, then of the City of Cork, MERCHANTS fot the term of 986 years at the yearly rent of £20, late Irish currency, being equivalent to £18 9s 2-3/4d, and are therein described as ALL THAT AND THOSE, that East part or piece of the Island in the South East Channel of the City of Cork, then in the possession of James MORRISON, Ebenezer MORRISSON and William FITTON as the same were marked out and distinguished, and as the same were then divided from the West quarter of said island, then in the possession of Nathaniel LAVITT, containing in length to the front 675 or thereabouts; bounded on the West with the wall of the yard belonging to Nathaniel LAVITT, thereby declared to be deemed not a party wall; running in depth as far as the Channel on the South, in as full and ample manner as the said Nathaniel LAVITT could demise the same by virtue of his lease from the Corporation of Cork, lying and being in the Channel lying on the South of the South East Marsh of the City, commonly called DUNSCOMBE'S MARSH, together with all building's, Excepting to the Lessor and his assigns, a certain right of passage therein was excepted and reserved. The ground comprised in the foregoing Lease fronts South Mall, MORRISON'S QUAY and FITTON Street now called LOGAN street, and several of the best houses in the City of Cork have been erected thereon and are all occupied by solvent and respectable Tenants. The South Mall is the best street in the City. A portion of the premises in the above Lease were by Deed of 1762 demised to Ebenezer MORRISSON, subject to peppercorn-rent, and the rent reserved by the above lease is therefore primarily chargeable on the premises to be sold in this matter. ___________________________________ CONDITIONS OF SALE LOTS 1 THROUGH 9 ___________________________________ First Cond: The purchaser of any of the above lots shall not be at liberty to require evidence of the title of the Lessor of lease dated 5th July 1760, to make same or object by reason of any incumbrance affecting the ground or premises thereby demised or the estate of the Lessor, his executors, administrators or assigns therein. Second Cond: All of the above lots being held by owner under lease dated 5th July 1760 will be sold liable to the yearly head-rent of £18 9s. 2-3/4d, but indemnified there from by Lot 9. Third. Cond: Lot 9 will be sold primarily subject to the said yearly rent of £18 9s. 2-3/4d in indemnification of the said several other lots as well as of other holdings under said original Lease. Fourth Cond: The purchaser of Lot 9 shall be entitled to the possession of the original lease dated 5th July, 1760, but will be required to enter into a proper deed of covenant for its production , at the request of the purchasers of the several other lots held under the same lease. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOT 1] House and concerns on the South Mall held with others for the residue of a term of 986 years, from the 24th March, 1760. RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT LOT 1] House and concerns Philip Russell £64 12s 3-3/4d on South Mall HUGHES, Esq. M.D. TERMS OF LEASE [HUGHES] LEASE dated 11th May 1782 to Henry SADLIER for 800 years from the 25th March 1782 at the yearly rent of £70, late Irish currency. Included are house, yard linnies and two cellars then in the tenancy and occupation of Henry SADLIER situate on the island called CORPORATION ISLAND, in the City of Cork. [Observations] The Lessor's side of this lease is not forthcoming, a copy has been obtained from the tenant and will be handed to the purchaser. The tenant will be bound to attorn to the purchaser at the expense of the estate. -------- LOT 2] Dwelling-house, Stores ad Premises on Morrison's Quay and Fitton Street, in the held with others for the residue of a term of 986 years, from 25th March 1760 House-stores-premises Susan EVANSON £55 7s 8-1/4d on Morrisson Quay and LOGAN Rep. of Fitton St - now John PEDDLER Logan St. TERMS OF LEASE [PEDDLER] LEASE dated 20th December 1782 by Edward JAMESON, the father of the owner [Richard Longfield JAMESON] to John PEDDLER for 800 years from the 29th September 1782 at the yearly rent of £60, late Irish currency. Included are house - adjoining cellar situate on the island with full use of the Quay fronting. [Observations] The Lessor's side of this lease is not forthcoming, a copy has been obtained from the tenant and will be handed to the purchaser. The tenant will be bound to attorn to the purchaser at the expense of the estate. -------- LOT 3] House and concerns on the South Mall held with others for the residue of a term of 986 years, from the 24th March, 1760. House-premises George F. £40 0s 0d on South Mall WOODROFFE, Esq. TERMS OF LEASE [WOODROFFE] LEASE dated 30th October 1835 by George NOWENHAM and Edward TOTTENHAM of the first part, R. L. JAMESON, OWNER of the second part and Nicholas VINCENT of the third part for 900 years from the 29th September 1835; demised as house, back-yard, kitchen situate in the parish of the Holy Trinity, City of Cork. [Observations] The Lessor's part of this lease is not forthcoming, a copy has been obtained from the tenant and will be handed to the purchaser. The tenant will be bound to attorn to the purchaser at the expense of the estate. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: LOTS 4-9 of this land in the City of Cork - Next set __________________________________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.