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18th-19th Century: City and County of Dublin legal documents collection including Adamstown, Balbrig

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18th-19th Century: City and County of Dublin legal documents collection including Adamstown, Balbrig

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Auction Date:2011 Sep 24 @ 12:00 (UTC+1)
Location:The Freemasons Hall - 17 Molesworth Street, Dublin, Dublin, ., Ireland
18th-19th Century: City and County of Dublin legal documents collection including Adamstown, Balbriggan, King Street, Church Street, etc.
manuscript, various sizes


Includes 1794 Indenture between Charles Keating of Balbriggan and John Monks of Rush, 1805 lease of house at North King Street Michael Coghlan to Richard Farrell and 1834 similar lease Marcus Curtis to Patrick Kiernan 1824 indenture between Marcus Curtis of Nuttstown to John Stringer North King Street, 1824 title deeds of house in Church Street for Esther Callon of Nuttstown, 1834 assignment of a plot on the canal at Portobello on the Rathmines Road between Samuel Winter of Tullyan, Edward Berwick of Fitzwilliam Street, Rev. John Patrick Kearney of Francis Street, and Henry Grattan of Stephen's Green (son of the famous parliamentarian), 1817 conveyance Nicholas King and Christopher Corbally to John Rooney and Rev. Patrick Corcoran and Marcus Curtis concerning lands of Nuttstown, Adamstown and Westown, Co. Dublin, 1837 indenture Dame Anne Frances Falkiner to Marcus Curtis for house on North King Street, 1835 indenture between Christopher Edward Wall, surgeon, of Camden Street and Rev. John Patrick Kearney of Francis Street for parks and fields of the Farm of St Sepulchure in the parish of St. Kevin, Co. Dublin, 1856 conveyance with map from Commissioners of Encumbered Estates to Patrick Sweetman for Strawberry Lodge and surrounding lands, Hoganswood and Firmount, Co. Kildare, 1836 will of Patrick McGarry of Merrion Row, etc. Also correspondence relating to Henry O'Hara QC, Hatch Street Dublin (20 items)