Limerick Chronicle

28 February 1827

To be sold,
the following
Property,
Being the property of Simon PURDON, Esq.
situate in the
Irish and English towns
of the
County of the City of Limerick

No. Denomination. Tenants. Late Irish currency.
Yearly rent
1 Creagh-Lane, Mr. William WALLACE, £9 0 0
2 Ditto, Roman Catholic Chapel. Rev. Mr. CRONIN, 11 10 0
3 Meat Market, Michael GOGGIN, 4 0 0
4 Do. adjoining Miss DIXON, 34 2 6
5 Adjoining do. ____      
6 Do. ____      
7 Do. John CARTHY 3 8 3
8 Do. James MANNIX 3 8 3
9 Do. ____      
10 Do. ____      
11 Do. H. RUSSEL 12 0 0
12 Do. Thomas O'REGAN 10 0 0
13 Do. O'REILLY 1 0 0
14 Do. J O'CONNOR 5 0 0
13 Bear Inn Rep. J. CREAGH 126 6 7
  House in the Square. MAHONY 20 0 0
  Do. MAHONY 12 10 0
  Do. MAHONY 12 10 0
  Do. FRANKLIN 20 0 0

  Five-sixths of the Bear Inn property are Fee Simple, and the remaining part is a lease for 999 years, subject to 24l. rent.  The whole is let for 124l. a-year, besides 6d. in the pound Receiver Fees, paid by the Tenant.

  The Houses in the Square are held by lease at 4l. 2s. 6d. per house, head rent.  Lord Perry's Representative, and Mr. PURDON, are joined in leasing to Tenants, Mr. P. receiving half of the profit rent.

  The Bear Inn is held by Mr. CREAGH, as to five-sixths, by two different leases, of lives renewable for ever, with a renewal fine of 2l. Irish on each renewal—as to the remaining sixth, he holds it for the residue of a term of 999 years, of whicgh about 60 have expired.

  Proposals in writing to be received by Mr. Thomas DAWSON, of Henry-street, who will give every information of inquirers, and who will forward the said Proposals to Thomas DISNEY, Jun. Esq.

February 28, 1827

 


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