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The Cork Examiner, 22 August 1862

AT three o’clock on Tuesday, Mr. Patrick Sheehan, auctioneer, submitted to auction an extensive business- house and premises, situated in the Market-square, held under a lease of 58 years, and yeilding a profit rent of £27 15s. per annum. The sale took place at the reading-room of the Young Men’s Society, before a large number of town and country people. The bidding was opened by Mr. Florence O’Reardon, whose offer was quickly followed by Messrs. C. R. O’Callaghan, Charles J. Daly, Thomas O’Callaghan, and Hugh Keller—and it was finally knocked down to Mr. C. R. O’Callaghan for £300, after being briskly competed for by the foregoing parties. The house was the property of Mr. William Sheehan, and the sale was admirably carried out by Mr. Patrick Sheehan.—Kanturk Correspondent.
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