Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Monday, 1 April 1805

BEAUTIFUL VILLA.

FARM, TOWN_PARK, AND HOUSE.
To be Sold, at my Office, in Donegall-street, precisely at One o'Clock, on Friday the
12th day of April next.

THE HOUSE and FARM of TUSHPARK, containing nearly 7 acres, situated on Whitehouse Shore, 4 Miles distant from Belfast; commands an extensive view of the Harbour and adjacent Country, and would accommodate a genteel family. There is an excellent Kitchen Garden and Orchard, stocked with a choice collection of Fruit Trees, and a variety of Forest Trees all registered; held for 41 Years from May, 1801. -- Yearly Rent Six Pounds.

A FARM of 19 Acres, in Dunany, held for 31 Years from early 1800. -- Yearly Rent 20l. 8s. 6d. at present let for 15 Years from Nov. 1791, at 27l. 12s. 10d. yearly; situated on the Road leading from the shore to Carnmony Church; commands a beautiful prospect, and is worthy the attention of any Gentleman wishing to build.

An excellent MEADOW FIELD, in Buttles-lane, immediately behind the Poor-House, held for 21 Years from November 1795. -- Yearly Rent 16l.

A DWELLING-HOUSE, No.23, on the East side of Donegall-street; held by Lease fro 60 Years from May 1800. Yearly Rent 30l. -- This House has been lately fitted up in a genteel manner, and may be entered upon without any expense whatever, -- The Possession of each can be given immediately. Terms will be declared at the Sale; and in the interim, any further information respecting these Concerns will be given on application to JAMES HYNDMAN.

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WILLIAM LINN.
TURNER & WHEEL-WRIGHT,

BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has removed from Purdysburn to the West Side of Smithfield, Belfast, where he carries on the Turning and Wheel-Wright Business, with correctness and dispatch. He returns thanks to his Friends for the countenance hitherto experienced, and begs to solicit a continuance of their Favours.

Smithfield, Belfast, March 20.

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TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

On SATURDAY the 13th April next at One o'Clock, at the Donegall Arms,
If not disposed of by Private Sale previous to that Day,

THE LEASE of LILLIPUT HOUSE, with a GARDEN and MEADOW, containing nearly 2½ Irish Acres, in the highest order. The Garden is in full bearing. -- 18 Years of the Lease is unexpired, from 1st May, subject to the yearly Rent of 40 Guineas. It being only about Five Minutes walk from Belfast on the Carrickfergus road, renders it an object worthy of Attention.

Lilliput, March 23.

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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

On the Premises of BROOKHOUSE, near LOUGHGALL, County ARMAGH, on Thursday, teh 4th of April next, at Ten o'Clock,

ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of the late GEO. ROE, ESQ. together with Farming Utensils, Hirses, Cows, Cars, and a large Quantity of Turf, and some well saved Hay. -- At the same time will be disposed of, the LEASE of the HOUSE and FARM of BROOKHOSE, containing about 30 Acres, for two good Lives, the same being pleasantly and conveniently situated, the Land in very high order, some of it having been lately limed. -- Terms of Payment will be declared at Sale.

March 26.

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SHIP NEWS.

The William M'Crea; Lagan, M'Connell, and Mary, Foster, for London, with convoy, is detained by contrary winds.

The Kelly, Pendleton, from Liverpool for this port, is clear to sail first wind.

The Hibernia, Montgomery, for London, has again returned to this port with convoy, in consequence of contrary winds.

The Susanna, for Bristol, sails first fair wind.

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DESERTED

FROM THE HILLSBOROUGH CASTLE WARDERS,

JAMES LACKEY, late of Hillsborough, Weaver, about 5 Feet 8 Inches high, stout and well made, with dark Hair, which he generally wore tied.

Whoever will apprehend and lodge the said Deserter in any of His Majesty's Gaols in Great Britain or Ireland, and give Information thereof to Mr. JAMES BRADSHAW of Hillsborough, shall receive the Sum of FIVE GUINEAS as a Reward for doing so doing.

Hillsborough, March 23.

 

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