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Rental and Particulars of Sale of The Lands of The Estate of William Armstrong

Rental and Particulars of Sale of The Lands of The Estate of William Armstrong

Kilbreckan and Ballyvonnavaun Estates,County Clare.

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Published by Court of Commissioners for The Sale of Encumbered Estates in Ireland in Dublin .
Written in English


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Bouvier's Law Dictionary Edition. R. RACK, punishments. An engine with which to torture a supposed criminal, in order to extort a confession of his supposed crime, and the names of his supposed accomplices. Unknown in the United States. 2. This instrument, known by the nickname of the Duke of Exeter's daughter, was in use in England. [Redactor’s Note: Reprinted from the “The Writings of Thomas Paine Volume I” ( – ). The author’s notes are preceded by a “*”. A Table of Contents has been added for each part for the convenience of the reader which is not included in the printed edition. Notes are at the end of Part II.

And imagine the possessor of a noble estate coming down to receive his friends there. To a high and generous mind there must be something very delightful in it. When he enters his own neighbourhood, he enters his own kingdom. The very market-town through which he last passes, is, probably, totally or three-fourths of it his property. The Cluxton name seems to have arisen in County Kildare and County Louth, near Dublin. It appears that all of the Cluxtons are descendants of James Clugston, Gentleman, of Kilcullen Bridge, County Kildare, who had a will probated in (Source: Public Record Office of Northen Ireland, Index to Perogative Wills, ). I was unsure.

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Rental and Particulars of Sale of The Lands of The Estate of William Armstrong Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reference # Land Judges' Court rental of estate of Francis C. Sampson, minor, including parts of Whitegate, barony of Leitrim, county Galway, guardian Henry A. Sampson, 19 Feb P23/55 ; Estate Goggin. Reference # Sale rental of estate of William Goggin & George Goggin, acres at Glenagragra, barony of Shanid, 7 Nov P23/ Reference # Armstrong of Moyaliffe Papers, William George Armstrong papersMs 27, Reference # Map of estate of Capt.

Armstrong, 15 A Reference # Transcript of Family papers of Fogarty of Castle Fogarty, Thurles, Co. Tipperary also Garran Roe, and of the family of Armstrong of Mealiffe, in Co.

Offaly – Landed Estate Courts In the Matter of the Estate of William Bigoe Armstrong, Rental and Particulars of the Lands of Glyn, Kilowney More, Kilcamin, and Newtown, Part of the Lands of Ballycumber.

situate in the Barony of Garrycastle and Kings County, to be Sold by Auction on 1st Feb.at Dublin. book the first. by william blackstone, esq. vinerian professor of law, and solicitor general to her majesty. oxford, printed at the clarendon press. dcc. lxv. the queen’s most excellent majesty, the following view.

of the laws and constitution. of england, the improvement and protection of which. have distinguished the reign. of her. Reference # Sir William Heathcote Papers, 19 documents regarding estate business of Sir William Heathcote, consisting mostly of particulars of land/rents bought and rented by the Earl of Cork and Burlington and Jonathan Burnwood in Co.

Cork, as well as a list of Lords and Gentlemen having estates in Ireland, Sale Particulars. DE Auction sale particulars, inc. plan, of estate at Barrow DE / Sale particulars - Tithe Farm DE / Sale particulars-properties in Shooting Close Lane, High St, & 6 Beveridge St DE / Sale particulars – acres pastureland with plan DE / Sale particulars “The.

Full text of "The Irish landed gentry when Cromwell came to Ireland" See other formats. Details of NEWLAND; Reference: NEWLAND Title: The Newland Manuscripts Description: Papers of the inquisition held at York Castle as to the estate held by Edmund Bunny in Cawood 17th century; assessment for Normanton with accompanying letters from E Bunny ; conveyances to Francis, Richard and Edmund Bunny and nd; warrants to Edmund Bunny and Richard Bunny.

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A rental book from onwards records the lease of not only the farms and wider estate lands, but also the 'Mansion House of Portmore (Furnished) and Shootings' (GD/6/1), while inthe house, grounds and wider estate were up for sale (NAS GD1//11).

11a. William Felton to Balliol College, bond to pay 7 marks p.a. 11b. Balliol College to William Chesman, lease of lands in Stanfordham 12a. Balliol College to John Jakson etc., lease of land in Standerden le Heughe 12b. Balliol College to William Lambton, lease of lands. Full particulars of the sale have not transpired, but we believe the following to be au approximate statement of the p propeities included in the sale, viz.: 20, sheep, 4, acres freehold, a good deal improved, 45, acres leasehold, and a first-class residence with grounds.

The price we understand to be 28, pounds. Delivery is to be. THE BOOK OF THE BUSH. PURGING OUT THE OLD LEAVEN. While the world was young, nations could be founded peaceably.

There was plenty of unoccupied country, and when two neighbouring patriarchs found their flocks were becoming too numerous for the pasture, one said to the other: "Let there be no quarrel, I pray, between thee and me; the whole earth is between us, and the land is.

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Tyrone, and a memorandum book of Parkanaur National School, Belfast Public Record Office, D. Journal of a voyage to New Zealand by William CLARKE, an emigrant, of Beltany, Co. Tyrone, Belfast Public Record Office, T Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue A Description: Since it opened, East Sussex Record Office has maintained a collection of 'Additional Manuscripts' for accessions which are not assigned, or are not added to existing collections which have, a distinctive alphabetic reference based on the collection's title.

William Berry was born in the fall of near Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, most likely on his father’s there is no documentation as to how or where William spent his early years, his father, George Berry, can be documented as living on his Augusta County farm from his father, the elder James Berry, around until his death in William Gorman’s Estate.

The following is from the Belfast Newsletter dated Tue 8th July – Fri 11th July and appears with permission of the Belfast Newsletter. Whereas many perfons were indebted to William Gorman, late of Glenavy, in the County of Antrim, Gent at his Death, by Judgments, Bonds, Notes, and otherwife, and many Applications have been made to them for Payment, and great.

Account book of rents received from Bishop’s Cannings: William Salmon in account with James Sutton. / 5 rentals of lands in Bishop’s Cannings: chief rents, rack rents and quit rents of Estcourt family.

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At public sale, one of six tracts of land bordering Lancaster got no bids. James Hopkins bought tracts of 24 acres, 10 acres, and 5 acres. Robert Coleman bought a 5 acre tract.

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