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Newspaper Extracts of leases relating to Clare 1778-1894

Title: Newspaper Extracts of leases relating to Clare 1778-1894
Type: Newspaper Extracts
Dates: 1778 - 1894
Place: County Clare
Source: Clare Journal; Ennis Chronicle; Limerick Chronicle
Transcriber/Donator: Lucille Ellis, Co Dublin
These newspaper extracts were compiled by Lucille Ellis when she was doing research for her books on the history of Ennis and on her own family history.

Name Other Names Text Date     Source
Bagot   To Be Set Stamer Park Apply to Captain Bagot, Bindon Street 1837 Aug 24 Clare Journal
Bannatyne Arthur To Be Let from 29th September next. Corn Store and Large Yard Adjoining. Now in possession of David Bannatyne. Capable of holding 5,000 Barrels of Wheat, situated in the centre of the Corn Market. Apply to William Arthur, Bindon St. 1842 Apr 7 Clare Journal
Bannatyne   Desirable Residence to be sold or let WATERVILLE situate on the Mill Road. 2 Sitting rooms and 4 Bedrooms with Garden in front and Good Out Offices. Apply to J Bannatyne & Sons, Ennis Mills 1858 Mar 15 Clare Journal
Blood Lysaght To Be Set From the first day of May next, (or years od lives as shall be decided on) the lands of MOY, containing 129 acres, remarkeable fattening, dairy or tillage land. Proposals to Rev. Frederick Blood or (from May) Mrs Lysaght, Moy. (Also advertised throughout April and into June) 1802 May 3 Clare Journal
Blood Trousdell To Be Let The lands of Cranaher situate within four miles of Ennis on the Tulla road. 118 acres (Irish) abt. Application to William B. Blood Shantalla House, Galway or to Mr George Trousdell, Bindon St. Ennis 1855 Feb 12 Clare Journal
Blood Fitzgerald In Chancery. In the matter of the Lands of Inchivollogue, situate in the Barony of Drumcliffe … comprised in the last Will and Testament of Bindon Blood … Bindon Blood, infant, Maria Blood and William Bindon Blood - Testamentary Guardians … to grant building leases of all or any one or more of the parts ... of lands of Inchivollogue. John Fitzgerald Solicitor, 2 Eustace St. Dublin 1858 Feb 22 Clare Journal
Blood   Incumbered Estate Court. Estate of Roxton sold in lots 1858 Jul 1 Clare Journal
Blood Menzies To Be Let on such terms as may be agreed on. The House No 2 Bindon St Also a Large Garden well stocked with Wall and Standard Fruit Trees. The House is in excellent repair, recently painted and papered, has an Extensive Yard and Offices and contains every convenience for a family residence. The Premises may be seen on application to John Menzies Esq Provincial Bank, Ennis. For terms apply to W.B. Blood Esq. the Rock House, Galway. 1858 Sep 6 Clare Journal
Blood Pearson R. Pearson instructed by Mrs Blood, Bindon St. Auction 16th September inst. List of household items; Outdoor Effects; Port, Wine, Whiskey & Rum 1858 Sep 13 Clare Journal
Blood   To Be Let Estate of Bagot Blood. Extensive Winterage at Rockforest - 300 Statute acres 1894 Nov 12 Clare Journal
Bolan   To Be Set from the 25th of March or 18 May nextfor a term of years (or the Interest sold) the house wherein Mr James Bolan lives, consisting of a Shop, Back-Room and Kitchen with four Large rooms on each floor with fireplaces. Application to be made to said Mr Bolan 1778 Oct 12 Clare Journal
Boland   The large and commodious Dwelling House in Jail St. Ennis, lately occupied by Mr James Boland deceased, and Shop and Back Parlour, now tenanted by Mr Stephen Price. Proposals to Mrs Elizabeth Boland 1799 Apr 12 Clare Journal
Boland   (House above) Also Established Livery Stables, Office, Yard lately occupied by said Mr James Boland. Also Garden and field of the Fair Green of Clonroad. Proposals to Mr James Gallery and Mr James Sexton. 1799 Apr 16 Clare Journal
Bolton McNamara The Meadows on the right hand of the Causeway held by Mr James McNamara of Ennis will be let for one year from the 25th day of March last or for a longer term if agreed on by the Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Paterson. Proposals will be received by Mr Peter Bolton ... the Meadows have been taken up early and will be soon fit to mow 1778 Jul 2 Clare Journal
Bolton   Mr Bolton sets his house at Millvill 1799 May 14 Clare Journal
Carroll O'Brien; O'Dea; Garrity; Ryan To Be Let several dwelling houses in Jail Street, in the town of Ennis, heretofore occupied by Mr. John O'Dea, Pat Garrity, and Thomas Ryan, together with several offices and Back-houses, in Bridewell Lane. Application .... to Edward Carroll, Esq., Doraville, Miltown Malbay, and to Hen. O'Brien, Esq., Ennistymon. 1815 Apr 10 Clare Journal
Carroll   To Be Let House and Lands of Merville Miltown Malbay. Apply to Mr John Carroll 1838 Apr 14 Clare Journal
Carroll Studdert To Be Let Permanently or for the Season As a Bathing Residence. The House, Office, Garden and about 4 acres of the lands of MERVILLE. Within one mile of Miltown Malbay. Proposals to John Carroll Esq 91 Oxford Tce. Hyde Park, London or Mr Jonas Studdert, Corofin. 1850 Jun 13 Clare Journal
Casey Gillereagh; Corry; Casey To Be Set from the 25th of March … part of the estate of Ant. Casey Esq. 1. Doonogan East now held by Felix Gillereagh 2 Farmhouses, Cowhouses etc. 2. Clonlagheen West held by Thos. Gillereagh Farmhouses, Cowhouses etc. 3. Clonlagheen East held by Ant. Corry. 4. 2 other sections. Proposals to be received by Anthony and Francis Casey Esqs. at Seafield or Ennis. 1778 Nov 26 Clare Journal
Casey O'Connor SEAFIELD To Be Set from 1st day of May next. The House and Demesne of Seafield. Containing abt 90 acres of good Arable and Pasture land. There is a valuable KELP SHORE annexed to the demesne which will be let with it or separate. Seafield is situated within three miles of Miltown Malbay and possesses many local advantages: an excellent Bathing Shore and good Fishery. The House is in excellent repair and all will be set with any number of acres. Proposals to William Casey Esq Miltown Malbay or Mr John O'Connor. 1820 Mar 20 Clare Journal
Casey Lysaght; Dwyer; Haren; Fitzgerald; Colpoys To Be Let. From 25th March the following lands part of the estate of William Casey a minor, for term of six years - farm of Bonavella as now held by Mr Andrew Lysaght and Mr William Dwyer, 173 acres. Also farm of Caunroor held by Mr Michael Haren, 193 acres. Proposals to Augustine Fitzgerald and Anthony Colpoys 1801 Feb 5 Clare Journal
Coffee   To Be Let Lodge of Moy. House, Offices, … extensive romantic views of the Atlantic and the adjoining mountains and 2 minutes walk to Bathing House and Shore. Proposals to John Coffee Crow Hill 1843 May 10 Limerick Chronicle
Coffee O'Gorman Mahon Mr Francis Coffee has purchased a portion of the O'Gorman Mahon's property at Lisdeen 1855 Jan 10 Limerick Chronicle
Coffee   Farm to Let. Agent Francis Coffee Esq. Atlantic Lodge, Kilkee 1857 Jan 15 Clare Journal
Crowe   Auction of Household Furniture The Abbey Ennis. In consequence of Wainright Crowe Esq. having left the Abbey and gone to reside at Cahircalla 1858 Aug 2 Clare Journal
Dalton   To Be Let Wingfield Lodge Ennistimon. Apply to Mrs Jane Dalton W.L. 1836 Apr 11 Clare Journal
D'Arcy Nolan; Carroll; Brennan From the 25th March last that part of the lands of Ballybeg formerly in the possession of the representatives of George Nolan deceased, and latterly in the immediate occupation of Mr D'Arcy. The land is excellent and has the advantage of being near the markets of Ennis and Clare. Apply to John Carroll Esq. Merville or to Patrick Brennan, Clare 1837 Apr 10 Clare Journal
D'Arcy   to Be Let from the 1st November next. Clonroad Cottage, House, Office, Garden. Application to Mr D'Arcy, Govenor Ennis Gaol 1842 Oct 10 Clare Journal
Davoren   To Be Let. House and Shop in Mill St. lately tenanted by Pat Davoren 1801 Nov 9 Clare Journal
Davoren   To be Set or Sold. The Dwelling House and Garden occupied by Mr Davoren in Arthur's Row. The House consists of a large Dining Room and Drawing Room, five bedrooms, a Return Kitchen, Pantry and Turf House; two well-enclosed Yards with a good Garden, containing nearly an English acre of ground. The House and Garden are only subject to a head-rent of £29 a year. 1832 Apr 9 Clare Journal
Dwyer Stamer; Carrol; O'Mara NOTICE The public are hereby cautioned not to deal with Mr Percival Stamer, or any other person , except this subscriber, for the house and concerns in Church St, lately tenanted by Mr Michael Dwyer, deceased, they being my property under a Deed of Sale from Francis O'Mara Esq one of the coroners of the county of Clare. Ennis 1st March 1801 Henry Carrol 1801 Mar 16 Clare Journal
Dwyer Mallon; Stamer To Be Let or the Interest sold. House .. etc. in Church St. lately in possession of Mr Mch. Dwyer. Any person inclined to purchase may be satisfied of the Title. Edward Mallon, Percival Stamer 1801 May 7 Clare Journal
Dwyer Stamer; Mallon To Be Sold. The interest in the lease of the house in Church St lately in the possession of Mr Michael Dwyer deceased of which there are upwards of 80 years unexpired…. Immediate possession …apply to Mr Percival Stamer, Clare, or Mr. Edw. Mallon in the Square 1801 Mar 9 Clare Journal
Enright   To Be Let or the Interest sold SPRINGFIELD on the Mill Road. Apply to John Enright Esq. Springfield, Ennis 1842 Aug 18 Clare Journal
Fitzgerald O'Keeffe To Be Let from the 25th inst together or in divisions. About 73 acres of the lands of BALLYBEG within a few miles walk of Clare and Ennis and now in the possession of Rev M Fitzgerald. Application to be made to Hugh O'Keeffe, Notary Public, Kilrush or Mr James O'Keeffe Mill St. Ennis 1822 Mar 14 Clare Journal
Fitzgerald   To Be Let either separately or together from the 29th day of Sep - The New and Old Mills of Ennis with all the necessary Machinery, the above in Complete Order. An industrious tenant of good character will meet very Mutual Encouragement. Proposals to be received by James Fitzgerald Esq. Ennis Sep 10, 1778. 1778 Oct 12 Clare Journal
Floyd   To Be Let or the Interest sold. The Commodious Dwelling House near the Mills of Ennis with excellent Offices consisting of a Stable, Coach House, Cow House etc.etc. These premises would be a desirable situation for a business. Proposals to Mr Richard Floyd Esq. Ennis ... to solvent tenant 1834 Mar 12 Clare Journal
Floyd Bagot To Be Set from the 1st of May next for such terms as may be agreed upon. Near the Mills of Ennis the House, Office and Large Yards. At present occupied by Richard Floyd Esq. These concerns are well situate for the Timber & Coal Trade, to which they were previously applied or for the Erection of Corn or Provisions stores. Apply to Captain Bagot Bindon Street 1837 Apr 10 Clare Journal
Fogerty   The Lord Chief Baron has taken the beautiful and commodious Lodge of Mr Joseph Fogerty in Kilkee for the summer season 1852 Jun 12 Limerick Chronicle
Gallery O'Dwyer; Davoren 1832 Town and Lands of Strasburgh Lease dated 2nd May 1832 and made by the owner to one Francis GALLERY and Edward GALLERY for the life and lives of Francis GALLERY one of the lessors, John O’DWYER son of Anthony O’DWYER, of Annagh, Gentleman, then aged three years, and James GALLERY DAVOREN, son of James DAVOREN, of Edenview, Gentleman, then aged four years ……. 1832 May 2
Gibson   Peter Gibson (Grocer) The House next door to his own to be set furnished or unfurnished consisting of three Bedrooms and Parlour at the front, and two Bedrooms and a large Kitchen in the rere, which he will set reasonably by the year. 1834 Jan 27 Clare Journal
Gibson   Lodge to be let, rear Lahinch 1/2/3 months. House of Sandfield within one mile of Lahinch at the Liscannor side of the new bridge and within a few yards of as good a Bathing Shore as any on the coast … Application to Peter Gibson Jail St. 1838 Jun 21 Clare Journal
Gibson   Lahinch To Be Let Sandfield House within one mile of Lahinch, on Liscannor side. Application to Peter Gibson, Lahinch 1841 Jul 1 Clare Journal
Gibson   To Be Let Lahinch. Delightful Bathing Shore. Extensive House and Premises known as Gibson's Hotel. Hotel / Respectable Lodge for a large family. Apply to Thomas Gibson, Ballyvoe 1853 May 30 Clare Journal
Gore   To Be Let Clonroad House, Offices, land & Brewery. The land contains about eight acres and there is an excellent walled-in Garden attached. Premises are adjoining the intended line of the Railway from Limerick to Ennis - offers a good investment to capitalists. Applications to Francis Gore Esq, Tyredagh Castle, Tulla 1853 Mar   Clare Journal
Greene   H. Greene Attorney will set 15 or 26 acres with the House etc. at Inch, less than 2 miles of Ennis 1787 Feb 12 Clare Journal
Greene   To Be Let. Demesne and House of Derryowen. Application to Mr William Greene, Attorney Bindon Terrace or 89 Abbey St. Dublin 1832 Jun 18 Clare Journal
Greene   Profit rent arising out of Tenements in the Town of Ennis. Apply to Mr William Greene, Bindon Street 1834 Jan 20 Clare Journal
Greene   To Be Sold. A small well secured PROFIT RENT of 15s yearly, in perpetuity, arising out of the Tenements in the Town of Ennis. Applications to Mr William Greene Bindon St. 1834 Jan 6 Clare Journal
Greene Trousdell Interest in house and land at Miltown Malbay. Messrs. Greene and Trousdell Sols Bindon St or 92 Abbey St Dublin 1838 Jan 15 Clare Journal
Greene Trousdell The Dwelling house and Premises in Bindon Street Ennis lately occupied by Mr Greene. The house consists of three Sitting Rooms, eight Bedrooms with closets. The basement story comprises two Kitchens, Servants Hall, Cellar and Pantry and large Coal Vaults. A large and well-enclosed Yard with 3-Horse-Stable and Coach House and other OutOffices and within five minutes walk of the house are four acres of well-enclosed land, in a state of high cultivation. A long lease of the Dwelling House can be given. Application to be made on the Premises or to Mr John Trousdell, Attorney, at his office, Jail St. or Mr George Trousdell at his Stamp Office, Bindon St. Ennis. (Repeat of same ad 9 Dec) 1843 Jan 7 Limerick Chronicle
Greene Westropp For such terms as may be agreedon, and immediate possession given, the house in Church St. Ennis as lately held by Mrs Greene - John Westropp Esq Limerick 1845 Apr 12 Limerick Chronicle
Greene   To Be Let or Sold from 1st June next. The house in Bindon Street lately tenanted by the Police. It is a very roomy and well built house, capable of accomodating a large family. Application to Mrs W Greene New Bridge Row or to John B Greene Esq 11 Upr Merrion St Dublin 1859 Mar 28 Clare Journal
Harley   To Be Let and immediate possession given. CLONROAD LODGE, the house, offices and garden are in good order. Applications to be ade to Mr H Harley 1842 Nov 7 Clare Journal
Harley   To Be Let Furnished. The House in which Mr Harley now resides, Jail St 1853 Apr 4 Clare Journal
Harley   To Be Let The Extensive concern, now in perfect repair. From the numerous Stores and Buildings it is capable of being converted into any sort of Manufactory or Corn Stores; it is well supplied with water from a Pump, and the water of the Fergus flowing into a resevoir in the yard. Applications to John Harley Jail St. 1853 Apr 4 Clare Journal
Healy   To Be Let or the Interest Sold. The House and Lands of Greenpark about 7 3/4 acres. The residence of Mr James Healy situated on the Mail Coach Road within 5 minutes walk of Ennis 1832 Apr 12 Clare Journal
Kean Gibson To Be Let. Part of the lands of Quilty, late in possession of William Kean Esq. 33 acres. Applications to William Gibson Esq. 17 Lwr Ormond Quay who will, upon the rent being agreeed on, undertake the payment of the entire Poor Rates 1849 Apr 19 Clare Journal
Kenny   To be Set the home of Edm. Kenny of Dysert .... and the hay the property of his son William 1804 Oct 1 Clare Journal
Kenny   To Be Let. Unfurnished lodgings Church Street, Ennis. Applications to Mr Thomas Kenny, Grocer 1820 Mar 23 Clare Journal
Kenny   Mr James Kenny, being about to let his Farms has instructed the sale on the lands of Treanmanna the following stock ... 1845 Apr 19 Limerick Chronicle
Kenny O'Brien; Kelly; Gallery 1840 Lands at West Treasmanagh Lease bearing date 24th November 1840 from Edward O’Brien Esq. to James Kenny of Treasmanagh, Co. Clare for the lives of James Kenny, the lessee, John Kelly eldest son of Mat Kelly of Kilrush, and Christopher GALLERY, eldest son of Edward GALLERY of Ennis 1840 Nov 24
Kenny O'Brien; Kelly; Gallery Lands at West Treasmanagh Lease bearing date 24th November 1840 from Edward O’Brien Esq. to James Kenny of Treasmanagh, Co. Clare for the lives of James Kenny, the lessee, John Kelly eldest son of Mat Kelly of Kilrush, and Christopher GALLERY, eldest son of Edward GALLERY of Ennis 1840 Nov 24
Lysaght   To Be Set. The house and lands at Moy containing 159 acres. Proposed by Mr Francis Lysaght & Mr Patrick Lysaght 1799 Apr 16 Clare Journal
Lysaght   To Be Set. The House in High St. lately tenanted by Mr Louis Lysaght 1802 May 6 Clare Journal
MacBeath   To Be let From the 1st day of May next for such terms as may be agreed upon. The Dwelling House, Out Offices, Land and Field of Millview situate on the Mill Road. Applications to be made to John MacBeath Esq. 1837 Mar 29 Clare Journal
McBeath   To Be Let from 29 Sep next. The Large Double Corn Store situate in the Town and near the Port of Clare within 2 miles of Ennis, together with Dwelling House, Out Offices as well inclosed Yard & Garden with a field to the rere containing abt. 2 acres, lately occupied by Mr James McBeath, deceased (??) More details. Also a small Corn Store in the Bullypark in Mill Road Ennis together with a plot of ground adjoining thereto 1841 Aug 30 Clare Journal
McBeth   To Be let Corn Store and Dwelling House etc at Clare formerly occupied by Mr James McBeth deceased 1842 Oct 10 Clare Journal
McNamara Burke To Be Sold An Old Judgement Debt of Five Thousand Pounds affected the estate of Francis McNamara Esq of Morles (?) Co Clare. Application is to be made to Thos. Burke Esq. Meelick, Loughrea. June 18 1802. (Still advertising June 1802) 1802 Jan 18 Clare Journal
Miller Crowe; Menzies To Be Let From the 25th March next. For Seventeen years or for such Term as shall be agreed upon. No 1 Tontine Buildings. Occupied by the late Captain Miller. It consists of Drawing, Dining and Breakfast Rooms; Dressing Room; Five Bedrooms; Man Servant Room; Kitchen; Pantry; Cellars; House Closet; Water Closet; Coal and Turf Vaults; Two Stalled Stable; Coach House and Hayloft; a complete Fowl House, and other Offices. Apply to Captain Crowe or to Mr Menzies, Provincial Bank. 1841 Jan   Limerick Chronicle
Molony   Free from all Poor Rates, County Rates and Town Rates. Two houses in High St. Ennis now in occupation of Messrs. Andrew and James Molony 1850 Sep 19 Clare Journal
Molony   To Be Let House, Office and Land at Clonroad. Solicitor C.B. Molony, Bindon Street 1858 Jun 17 Clare Journal
Moroney   Miltown Malbay To Be Let SANDFIELD COTTAGE lately occupied by Thomas Moroney Jun Esq. Application to Burdett Moroney Esq. Miltown House 1845 Apr 19 Limerick Chronicle
Mulqueeny Carroll To Be Sold The Profit Rent arising out of the House in Mill Street Ennis now let to Mr James Mulqueeny, baker, at £30 a year for two lives age at 47 and 63; also the House in BOW LANE occupied by Mr Wm Carroll, builder, held under lease for ever at the rent of £4 12s 4d. Tenders for the above will be received until the 1st of October next by Wm J Burns Esq St Leonard's Villa near Exeter, where the purchaser will be declared. 1858 Aug 26 Clare Journal
O'Brien Frost; Hilliard The commodious Dwelling House of Millview with Offices, Stables, Coachhouse etc and the land attached. The house is suitable for immediate occupation by a respectable family. It contains B-? Drawing Room, Study, 5 Bedrooms, Servants Apts. Etc. Application to Miss O'Brien Jail St. Ennis, James Frost Esq. Ballymorris, Cratloe or to Mr Hilliard, Ennis 1858 Oct 18 Clare Journal
O'Brien Lysaght SANDFIELD To Be Let. Property of JC O'Brien Esq. In possession of James Lysaght Esq.within 3 miles of Ennistymon and with 20 perches of Atlantic Ocean 1820 Apr 10 Clare Journal
O'Callaghan   To Be Let From the 25th March next. The House and Office No.3 Bindon St. Application to George O'Callaghan Esq. Maryfort, Tulla (still advertising after end of May 1837) 1836 Dec 22 Clare Journal
O'Dwyer   Land to Let - James O'Dwyer of Doonogan (late) 1804 Jan 21 Clare Journal
O'Dwyer Dalton To Be Let from 1st May next the House, Offices, Garden and Demesne of Wingfield Lodge as lately held by John O'Dwyer Esq. .. Description … Proposals to Mrs Jane Dalton, 65 Charlemont St. Dublin 1842 Mar 3 Clare Journal
O'Dwyer Dalton To Be let House, Office, Garden & Demesne of Wingfield Lodge. As lately held by John O'Dwyer Esq. Proposals to Mrs Jane Dalton, Hotel, Ennistimon 1842 Apr 18 Clare Journal
O'Dwyer   Sea Bathing Cassino Lodge. Apply to William O'Dwyer, Anagh (sic), Miltown Malbay 1845 May 14 Limerick Chronicle
O'Dwyer   Sea Bathing Cassino Lodge. The House comprises Drawing room, Parlour, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantry and Servants' Rooms. Also a Coach House and Stabling for 8 horses with a supply of Hay, Straw and Turf. Apply to William O'Dwyer, Anagh (sic), Miltown Malbay 1846 Jul 18 Limerick Chronicle
O'Dwyer   Sea Bathing Miltown Malbay To Let Cassino Lodge. Furnished. Details… Application to William O' Dwyer. Caretaker will show the Lodge 1858 Jul 8 Clare Journal
O'Dwyer O'Brien To Be let from 1st May 1830 on lease of 31 years. Rt. Rev George O'Brien, Earl of Egremont. SHANAVOE (3 miles from Miltown Malbay) As held by representatives of WILLIAM O'DWYER 1829 Oct 8 Clare Journal
O'Hehir   SEA BATHING Anna House with the usual Accomodations, to be Set by the Month, or during the Saltwater Season. Also two Neat Lodges at Creampoint, well appointed and beautifully situated within a mile of Miltown and not five minutes walk to the best bathing shore in Ireland. Proposals to be made to Mr Stephen O'Hehir, Creampoint. Mr Hehir would take a few eligible Boarders by the week into his own family during the season. Apply for the terms to the Printer 1805 May 23 Ennis Chronicle
O'Regan Fitzgibbon To Be Let from 25th inst. The extensive Corn Store and Kiln situate in Mill St. as held by John O'Regan Esq from the reps of the late Mr D Fitzgibbon 1834 Sep 4 Clare Journal
O'Regan   To Be Let Dwelling House, Office, Garden and Double Corn Store in the possession of John O'Regan. Stores will hold about 7000 barrels of Wheat 1843 Dec 13 Limerick Chronicle
O'Shaughnessy   To Be Set from 1st day of May next, for such term as may be agreed on. The Dwelling House in Jail St. now occupied by Rev. Dean O'Shaughnessy. The House, with the Back Kitchen and Servants Appartment are in thorough repair. There is a Back Entrance to the Dwelling House, and a large stable in the rear. 1833 Feb 14 Clare Journal
O'Shaughnessy Knox Letting of Dean O'Shaughnessy's house. Apply to Mr John Knox. Jail St. 1834 Feb 21 Clare Journal
Parsons   To Be Set From the first day of November next, for Lives or Years (as may be agreed on). The House and Concerns now tenanted by Foster Parsons who will receive Proposals, and conclude with the first person offering the value 1805 Jun 17 Ennis Chronicle
Parsons Greene To Be Let from the 1st day of May for any term that may be agreed upon. The House opposite the CourtHouse in which the Ennis Chronicle is at present published. It is in perfect repair and considered to be the best situation in town for business of any description. Proposals in writing to be sent to Mr Ben Parsons who will close with the first solvent Tenant offering the value. Mr Joseph Greene will show the house to any person who may propose. 1820 Apr 5 Ennis Chronicle
Paterson Spaight To Be Let from 1st May next the House, Offices and Land of The Abbey, Ennis. Application to Capt Paterson, Ballyengran, Killaloe or William Spaight Esq. George St. Limerick 1858 Apr 19 Clare Journal
Powell Gibson To Be Let from 25th March next. The large Dwelling House in Miss Quinn's Bow. Lately occupied by Daniel Powell Esq. Also the commodious Yard and Stores adjoining, as lately held by Mr P Gibson. The above premises will be found particularly convenient for a large family or any person engaged in the Corn, Coal, Timber or Provisions trades. 1832 Feb 16 Clare Journal
Rudgeard Blood Incumbered Estate Court. Estate of Henry Rudgeard and Maria Blood. Auction on 29 June 1858 the estate of Roxton 1858 May 17 Clare Journal
Shannon   To Be Let House, Office, Garden & Demesne of Berry Lodge. Within 5 minutes walk of the Atlantic Hotel. Proposals to Pierce Shannon Esq.Geraldine, Limerick 1845 Feb 8 Limerick Chronicle
Stack Kenny To Be Let. For three lives or 31 years. From the 1st inst and immediate possession given. The House in Jail St. Ennis in which Mr Bat Stack lately lived. Application to be made to Mr J E Kenny, Dysart or Mr Edmond Kenny, Ennis 1805 May 9 Ennis Chronicle
Stacpoole   To Be Let Berry Lodge with any number of acres 1-60, within 5 minutes walk of the sea and a good spa, and one mile of Miltown…. Apply to John Stacpoole Esq 1802 Apr 29 Clare Journal
Stacpoole Casey; Gorman; Davoren; McMahon; Kelly; Dwyer; Egan; Duane; Morrison To Be Let for 3 Lives or 32 years from the 25th of next March part of the estate of George Stacpoole Esq in the following divisions 1st The NE Cartron of the 1/4 of Tromroe of the Castle, is now in the possession of Anthony Casey Esq and on which is a good farm house. 2nd Craghanes and part of Rineroe now held by Messrs John Gorman and William Davoren and on which is a good house. 3rd Killcloghane and Parts of Rineroe as now in the hands of Messrs. James Gorman and James McMahon and on which is a large house with Out Offices, a very good Garden and several Cabbins (sic). 4th Carhaduagh and Part of Craghane as now in the hands of James Kelly and on which there is a good house. 5th Blainaliga as now held by Mr Anthony Dwyer and on which there is a good Dwelling House with Out Offices and very good Kitchen Garden. 6th The North East Division of Quilty as held by Mr Coaly Egan with a dood Dwelling House etc. 7th Part of Ballymackea as held by Mr Tim Duane etc. with 2 good houses and other inferior houses. These lands situate in the Barony of Ibrickane and very convenient to the Salt Water and Manure; a considerable part are good for Fattening and the remainder remarkable for Dairy Cows, Sound Sheep Walk and excellent for Tillage. Proposals to George Stacpoole Esq in Grosvenor Place London, specifying the rent at so much per acre; the Bog and Turbary a desirable Convenience will be thrown in. John Morrison Esq of Ennis will show any proposer ... 1778 Nov 1 Clare Journal
Stacpoole Parkinson To Be Let with Immediate Possession. Captain W Stacpoole, having determined completely to give up farming, is ready to receive proposals for part of the Demesne lands of Ballyalla. Agent C M Parkinson 1858 Aug 19 Clare Journal
Studdert O'Gorman Mahon Jonas Studdert Esq has purchased a portion of the O'Gorman Mahon property at Lisdeen 1855 Mar 17 Limerick Chronicle
Trousdell   To Be Let the Shop and Back Room lately occupied by William Trousdell Jail St. 1802 Oct 11 Clare Journal
Trousdell Knox; Sheehan To Be Let A Division of Drumcliffe 15acres 1rood 32perches has been in the possession of Mr William Trousdell and Mrs Frances Knox for some time back. Proposals in writing to Mr Anthony Sheehan Esq. Stamerpark 1841 Nov 8 Clare Journal
    To Be Set The House and Demesne of Abbeyview, 100 acres. Six miles from Ennis 1805 Feb 4 Ennis Chronicle
    Clonroad Brewery To Be Let or Interest in Lease to be Sold. Business and dwelling house. 1850 Sep 9 Clare Journal
    Unreserved Auction of Household Furniture and Outdoor Effects at Roxton, near Corofin. 10th August next 1858 Aug 2 Clare Journal
    House at 2 Bindon Street to be let 1858 Oct 11 Clare Journal

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