Small Sources 45. This list of 43 tenants is from a document (NLI Ms. 2119) in the Clanricarde papers in the Sandoz Xanax Online entitled ‘List of arrears due May 1777 with the different yearly rentals from that period to November 1780 as also a list of the arrears then due … during the employment of John Nowlan as agent and receiver of rents to the Right Honourable John Smith De Burgo, Earl of Clanricarde, as extracted from his lordships ledger found in the possession of his late agent William Morrissy’. See our article Cheap Xanax Necklace for a detailed account of rentals and their relevance.
The document provides the names and properties as below, and also the rent, the arrears due and (for some) observations on their status. For instance in the entry for Hutchinson, who rents ‘Knowles plot’ the observation is ‘Knowles died a beggar’. Note that several tenants are listed as ‘Esq.’ meaning Esquire, which was a title of respect for men of higher social rank, e.g. landed gentry By Alprazolam Onlineabove the rank of gentleman. The rents vary widely from £275 (Peter Killkenny) to 8 shillings (James Kenny, and also John Harrison) to 4 shillings (Widow W. Hugo for a ‘cabin on the rock’). ‘Chief Rent’ mentioned below is what is now termed Ground Rent. Some of these people are listed in a How To Purchase Xanax Online in 1791.
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Name Denomination (CP = Civil Parish)
John Burke Reaghan (Tynagh CP)
Carbery Egan Killegan (possibly Kylagowan in Ballynakill CP)
William Burke Esq. Best Place To Buy Xanax Uketc (probably Ballydoogan in Kilmeen CP)
Edmond McDonogh Boulenanullock (probably Boleynanollag in Ballynakill CP)
John Kenny Rostellies (probably Rostollus in Ballynakill Parish)
Widow Barrett Glanatallin (probably Glenatallan in Kilconickny CP)
Peter Killkenny Lissafuca & several denominations (Lissaphuca in Kilmeen CP)
Peter Burke Mexico Xanax Buy Online(now Cloondadauv, CP of Ballynakill)
Carbery Egan Shrah (probably Srah in Kilconickny Parish)
Edmond Burke Chief Rent of Clonlee (Possibly Cloonlee, CP of Duniry)
Robert Ormsby Carrumunabeg (possibly Carrowmuna in CP of Killogilleen)
Ross Mahon Esq Castlegar (see above)
Michael Burke Bophine (see introduction)
Charles Donelan Esq Mills, Fairs and Markets
John Harrison Owen Halls house
Revd. William Pigott Monemore & Old Red House (south-east of Loughrea)
Widow Eleanor Burke House & garden East suburbs Loughrea
John Coone (Coyne?) House in East suburbs do.
Michael Daly Esq Edmond Lennon’s house and garden
Henry Coulson Margaret Molowny’s house, Loughrea
Henry Barrett House in Loughrea
Doctor John Giles Tyrell’s plot do.
William Barrett Gibb’s plot, the old barrack & a tenement in west stacet?
Conor Maughan House & garden Loughrea
John Fallon Several houses in do.
Daniel Tressy House & garden, do.
Richard Hutchinson Knowles’s plot. do.
John Burke Fowler Gavin’s house & garden
Widow W. Hugo A cabin on the rock
Silvester Burke Two Houses, Barrack St. Loughrea
The widow Loughlin House and garden
Anthony Hynes Maggons plot
David Connor Several holdings
Widow Smith Her house
Joseph Power Esq for Elice Power Part of Poulnadoby etc (North of Loughrea)
James Kearny His house and Garden Loughrea
Michael Hanberry House and garden
Extract from the rental showing the information provided. A further column of ‘observations’ to the right is blank in most entries. Image courtesy of the National Library of Ireland. NLI Ms. 2119
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