Limerick Chronicle July 25 1801
Houses and Lands
To be Sold, the Fee and Inheritance of the following lands, the Estate of Wm. Thomas Locke, Esq., in the Parish of Killeyley, Barony of Tulla, and County of Clare.
Tenant / Denomonations and Tenure / Acres, Roods and Perches / Yearly Rent.
Pat Griffin / 1,2,3,4,11, Woodfield, 41 years, with lessee's concurrent life, from Lady Day 1790 / 139 a. 3 r. 28 p. / £138.
Ditto / No.5 Aghaclare, 31 years from the 1st May 1792. / 33 a. 2 r. 28 p. / £40.
H. Broughton / No.8 Killerderry, 31 years, with concurrent life of lessee's son, aged about 35 years, from 1st May 1788. / 47 a. 3 r. 26 p. / £40 14s.
Ditto / Part Allapadeen, 24 years, with same life from 1st May 1797. / 25 a. 2 r. 2 p. / £24.
Messrs Tracy / Part ditto, 41 years, with lessee's concurrent lives both aged upwards of 40 years, from 1st May 1800. / 58 a. 2 r. 4 p. / £70.
Cs. McNamara / Lower Killerderry, 41 years, with concurrent life of lessee's son, aged 36 years, from 1st May 1800. / 64 a. 3 r. 20 p. / £120.
Remarks - On the first division, is a good mansion house, with a large malt house and offices, in complete repair, with 7 a. of Turbary, not included in the survey; a lake which bounds the lands, affords convenient water carriage for turf and lime; and land produces very good corn, and is very well circumstanced as to a market, being eight miles distant from Limerick and 6 from Ennis. There are 635 oak trees of various sizes scattered in different parts of the lands.
Proposals will be recieved by William Thomas Locke, Esq., Newcastle, Limerick, and William Furlong, Esq., Aungier Street, Dublin, who will satisfy such as may be inclined to purchase, as to the title. July 23 1801.
To the Independant Electors of the County of Clare .............. to represent your county is the first object of my pride, and ambition ........ Charles MacDonnell. London 12 April 1801.