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BROADCASTING AUTHORITY ACT, 1960
Lands, Etc., Transferred To Authority.
The lands demised by an Indenture of Lease dated the 31st day of January, 1883, made between Samuel H. Bolton of the one part and the Right Honourable Henry Fawcett, then Postmaster General, of the other part and therein described as “All that and those the plot or parcel of ground on the Grove Estate being part of the Lands of St. Supulchre situate in the Township of Rathmines Parish of St. Kevin's and county of Dublin bounded on the North and West by other premises in possession of the said Samuel H. Bolton on the East by Rathmines Road and on the South in an oblique direction by premises occupied by Mr. Henry E. Flavelle known as No. 155 Rathmines Road measuring on the North side one hundred feet on the West ten feet on the East seventy two feet and on the South side in an oblique direction one hundred and eight feet be the same more or less and which said premises are more particularly delineated on the map thereof drawn in red colour upon these presents together with the rights, members and appurtenances thereto belonging.”
The lands (in this Part of this Schedule referred to as the originally demised lands) demised by an Indenture of Lease dated the 7th day of December, 1908, and made between the Right Honourable Sidney Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery of the one part and Vincent Joseph Kelly and Anna Teresa Kelly of the other part and therein described as “All that and those parts of the lands of Priesthouse and Simmonscourt situate in the Parish of St. Mary's Donnybrook Barony of Rathdown and County of Dublin containing twenty eight acres one rood and eleven perches Statute Measure more or less bounded on the South West by Stillorgan Road on the North West by holdings of A. K. McEntire and other Lessees and J. Semple Lessee on the North East partly by lands in the Lessor's hands and partly by the holding of W. Graham and Company Limited Lessees and partly by the holding of the Very Reverend L. Healy and others Lessees on the South East by Nutley Lane and on the South by a plot in lessor's hands with the messuages offices and buildings thereon now known as “Montrose” which premises are shown on the plan annexed to these presents and thereon edged red” which said lands are as to part thereof the subject of an Indenture of Sub-Lease dated the 4th day of January, 1938, made between the said Vincent Joseph Kelly of the one part and the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Dublin, and are as to another part thereof the subject of an Indenture of Assignment dated the 18th day of April, 1946, and made between Joseph Bartholomew Shortt and John Marshall Dudley of the one part and the Reverend Thomas Maguire, the Reverend James Finucane, the Reverend Andrew Egan and the Reverend Vincent Dinan of the other part, being the lands therein described as “All that the piece or plot of ground containing 4·62 acres Statute Measure edged blue on the map hereunto annexed being part of the lands of Priesthouse in the Barony of Rathdown and City of Dublin”, and are as to another part thereof on which a telephone exchange has been erected, bounded on the South East by Nutley Lane on the South West by Stillorgan Road on the North East and North West by other parts of the demised premises and measuring approximately 200 feet on the South East 163 feet on the South West 216 feet on the North East and 206 feet on the North West subject to the right of the Minister to use and occupy the same free of rent for the purpose of a telephone exchange, except that part of the originally demised lands which is comprised in an Indenture of Assignment dated the 22nd day of October, 1954, and made between University College, Dublin of the one part and the Electricity Supply Board of the other part and is therein described as “All that part of the lands of Priesthouse and Simmonscourt situate in the Parish of Saint Mary's Donnybrook in the Barony of Rathdown and City of Dublin delineated on the map annexed hereto thereon edged with red.”
Any benefit or interest of the Commissioners in respect of an option conferred by an Agreement for sale dated the 29th day of March, 1946, and made between Joseph Bartholomew Shortt and John Marshall Dudley of the one part and the Reverend Thomas Maguire, the Reverend James Finucane, the Reverend Andrew Egan and the Reverend Vincent Dinan of the other part, to take a lease of the plot coloured blue on the map attached to the said Agreement for sale.
The lands comprised at Entries Nos. 1, 2 and 7 in Folio 9654 County of Westmeath in the Register of Freeholders maintained under the Registration of Title Act, 1891.