Jesse Adair, Esq. and Ann his Wife, and Martha Stanton, widow, which said Ann and Martha are administrators of Samuel Stanton deceased.Plaintiffs William Macartney, Gent. and Wm Macartney Esq. Executors of Gen. Macartney Esq deceased and others,Defendants Whereas by a Decree made in this cause, bearing Date the 3rd of July instant, the Chief Rememberancer of His Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, is required to set up and sell by Public Cant, the several Tenements and Premises in the said Decree mentioned, or a component Part thereof, for the Payment of the Sum decreed due to the Plaintiffs. NOW I do hereby give Notice that I will on Thursday 11th Day of November next, at 2 o’Clock in the Afternoon, at the Chief Rememberancers Office in Kennedy’s Lane, Dublin, set up and sell by public Cant, the Tenements and Premises in the said Decree mentioned, that is to say,All those two several Pieces or Parcels of Ground situate, lying and being on the South Side of Broad Street in the Town of Belfast and County of Antrim; one of which said Piece of Ground contains in Front to the Street 78 Feet, and extending backward about 122 Feet and the other contains in front to the said Street 80 Feet; and also all that Piece or Parcel of Ground, situate on the North Side of High Street, containing in front 12 Feet and in Depth 50 Feet; and one other Piece ofGround situate on the North Side of the Old Quay containing Front to the said Quay 16 Feet or thereabouts, and all Messuages and Tenements thereupon erected and built, with the Appurtenances held by Lease under the Earl of Donegal for those Lives or 99 years, commencing 18 May, 1767, at the yearly Rent of 27L and also all those severalPieces or Parcels of Ground situate, lying and being on the South and West Sides of the Wharf or Quay called the Hanover Quay, in the said town of Belfast, and bounded towards the North and East by the said Quay, and towards the South by the Dead work of the Long-bridge of Belfast towards the Well by Forest-Lane and all Messuages and Tenements thereupon erected and built, with the Appurtances, held under the said Earl for the same Term, at the yearly Rent of 90L or a component Part thereof, for Payment of the sum decreed due to the Plaintiffs, with Interest and Costs.Dated this 5th day of July 1779 CLANBRASSILLOne fourth Part of the Purchase Money to be deposited at the Time of the Sale - the Title Deeds to be seen in the Hands of Mr Alexander Arthur, the Plaintiff’s Attorney in Belfast in Vacation, and in Term Time at his Office,No 128 Capel Street Dublin.