Freeman's Journal

1 April 1853


Desirable Farm of 46 Irish Acres, subject only to 44l. per annum, of which immediate possession can be given; with handsome Cottage Residence, out Offices, Farm Buildings, &c.;several Haggard Stands, Rick of Vetches, two large Carts, two Truck, ditto; Iron Ploughs, Harrows, 50 excellent Fruit Casks, Puncheons, Wheelbarrows, Sacks, Ropes, Riddles, Sieves, Old Iron, Farming Implements, 400 Tons of excellent Manure, Household Furniture, &c.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, 6th April, 1853, on the Premises, BALGADDY, about two miles from Balbriggan (In consequence of the present Proprietor, Patrick TOLAN, emigrating to Australia)— The present Owner's Good-will and Tenant-right interest, and with the consent of the Landlord, in this desirable Farm of 46 Irish Acres, allowed to be the primest Farm in the neighbourhood of Balbriggan. There are between Four and Five Acres of a Raspberry Garden, which pays more than the entire rent, &c., of the best possible description. The Raspberries are well sheltered, and protected by 2,000 Beech, Deal, and Poplar Trees, which are registered in Plantation Nursery. This Farm is well laid out in Paddocks, and divided by Hedges. The Cottage, Farm Buildings, are well adapted for a Gentleman's Residence, with very fine Marine and Woodland scenery &c. &c.; also several Haggard Stands, Rock of Vetches, Raspberry Casks, Puncheons, Manure, Farming Implements, Household Furniture, &c. &c., Will be sold without the least rserve.
  Sale to Commence at Twelve o'Clock.

THOMAS DILLON, Auctioneer,
11, Henry-street    

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