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the same Parliament that all manner of merchandizes passing out of the land of Ireland and coming into the same pay to the custom in likewise as it is used in England, [un]less than any such merchandizes be customed in England tofore; because the King hath no custom of no manner of merchandize there, save only of hides, wool, and fell.
“Item, it is to have in mind that the charges of the Justice of Ireland and his officers. this year, exceeding" the revenues of the same land 1,456l., like as the said Giles can presently shew in writing.
“Item, it is to be remembered of an article put in by Sir Edward Eustace, knight, touching that the men born in Ireland should go home and dwell in the same land, and else to pay to the King a certain sum of money, like as it is contained in the said article.
“Item, the said Giles beseecheth unto your gracious Lordships that he may have, in strengthening his said office, letters patents under the King's seal after a tenor and form of a letter patent granted to the Treasurer of Ireland by King Edw. 3, anno 31 of his reign, the tenor of which letter patent followeth in this form.”
Dated: “Anno 20 Hen. WI.”
116. Letters patent of protection for the Treasurer of Ireland; the King having learned that heretofore the Treasurers have not dared to levy the King's debts from persons under the protection of the Justiciary; reserving to the King himself the punishment of the Treasurer if he offend in anything, and removing the same from the Justiciary's jnrisdiction. No protections or injunctions of the Justiciary, without the assent of the Chancellor, Treasurer, and others of the Council, are to prevent the levy of the King's debts. Westminster, 31 March, 31 Edw. III.
IIeaded : “Turr. London.”
117. Miscellaneous Notes and Abstracts.
Grant by to his clerk, Thomas Dominic, of the abbey of Glendalagh, as granted by the charter of Earl Richard [“Clare” in margin]. Anno—Hen. II.
“Malachias, Archiep. Ardmacanus, apostolicæ sedis legatus, ab Innocentio II. impetravit quartum episcopalem per totam ergaliam [sic] dari Episcopo Clogherensi, sicut in pontificali ejusdem ecclesiae combusta continetur, quam vidimus, legimus, et approbavimus.”
The castle or manor of Dungarvan and the Black Castle granted to William of Windsor and his heirs—Pat. 43 Edw. III., part 1, m. 27. Turr. Lond.
Thomas De Clare and Maurice FitzMaurice ; a fine concerning Inshiquin manor and Yoghall.—Fines, 20 Edw. I., No. 117. Turr. Lond. Grant to Rowland FitzEustas, knight, Wm. Griffeth, and James De Kerney, and their heirs, of Dunboyne and Moymet in Meath, forfeited by Wm. Butler, Esq.—Pat. 1 Edw. IV. part 2, m. 13. Turr. Lond. The King committed the barony of “Atrio—Dei,” and the town of Mandivill, to Ric. De Tuit.—Fines [Roll (), 3 Edw. II, m. 4. Turr. Lond. George De Roche, temp. Edw. II., was amerced 200 marks for not coming, though summoned, to the Parliament at Dublin; and the King now pardoned the sum aforesaid to Rosbert] his son, except 101–LPat. Roll ol 8 Edw. III., p. 1, m. 14. Turr. Lond. Grant to James Butler, Earl of Ormond, and Elizabeth his wife, of the manors of Dunboigne and Grenaghe, late of Eustace, son of Arnold Le Power hanged for treason.—[Pat. Roll () 49 Edw. III., p. 1, m. 34. Turr. Lond. Eustace De Roche held Luske manors-Anno 8 John, m.—, Turr. Lond. Eustace De Roche held Radmilton, and David De Roche, Rosslip–Anno 9 John, m. 3. Turr. Lond. Grant to Edmund, Butler of Ireland, of Carrigmacgriffin Castle, with the honor of the Earl of Carrick, and the manor of Roscrea—[Ibid?] Theobald De Verdun, son and heir (sic), and Margaret his wife, kinswoman and one of the heirs of Walter De Lacy, formerly Lord of Meath and of the liberty of Meath.—Claus. 8 Edw. I., m. 6, adorso. Turr. Lond. Inishonan, with the fair, granted to Philip De Barry.— [Claus.?] 24 Hen. IV. Turr. Lond. Grant to Geoffrey De Genevile and Matilda De Lacy his wife of the liberty of Meath, as held by Walter De Lacy her grandfather—Claus. 36 Hen. III., m. 6, Turr. Lond. Eustace Le Power had possessions in various places (mentioned) in cos. Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Catherlogh, Kildare, and Connaught.—Claus. 30 Edw. I, m. 35. Turr. Lond. Eustace Le Power had free warren in Flesco—[Claus. 2) 32 Ed. I., m. 25. Turr. Lond. Grant to Richard FitzJohn of a cantred in Thomond, in which were 40 townshlps (villatas).-[Claus?] 26 Edw. I, m. 19. Turr. Lond. David de Caunton held Balliderawin, Moydnithan, etc.— [Claus.*] 28 Edw. III, m, 43. Turr. Lond. “Ossuerus cantred,” in Ireland, granted to John FitzNicholas (ancestor to the Lord of Kerry), and his heirs, rendering to the Exchequer at Dublin, yearly, one falcon gentle.—[Ibid. PJ
118. “Notes out of the Earl of Desmond's evidences, unto fol. 82.”
The baronies of Kilsecle and Kilshelan, with the royalties and services were entailed by Maurice FitzThomas, Earl of Desmond, to his heirs males, in 26 Edw. III.-“In Scaccario Dublin.” “King Henry III. did give unto his son Prince Edward all Ireland, the cities of Dublin and Limerick excepted, to him and to the heirs males of his body, so as he should not alien or separate the same from the Crown. The Prince, in the life of his father, sent letters unto his tenants of Desmond, to be attendant to John FitzThomas, ancestor to the Earls of Desmond, as they had been in former times unto Thomas FitzAnthony ; and Stephen Longespee, Lord Justice of Ireland, was appointed to put him in possession thereof. Longespee appointed a time to do it, but John FitzThomas would not tarry the time, but, without any farther warrant, took possession thereof.” Henry VIII. (sic) granted to Maurice FitzGerald a market every Saturday in his manor of Yoghall, and two yearly fairs there, of 15 days each.-‘Anno 10 Hen. III. (sic) Rot. Angliae.” In 4 Hen. VI. the Barretts, by indenture, covenanted to be obedient to the Earls of Desmond. In 20 Hen. VI. Geoffrey FitzPatrick Gallway enfeoffed James FitzGerald, Earl of Desmond, of the manor of Gale in Kinaley, and all other lands in co. Cork, which he had from John FitzGeoffrey Britt. In 5 Edw. IV., William FitzGerald, Knight of Kerry, exchanged with James Earl of Desmond the towns of Mogille and Athecrosse in co. Cork, for those of Ballingolin and Clugher in co. Kerry. In 3 Edw. VI., John Roche, son and heir to Philip Roche of Kinsale, enfeoffed James Earl of Desmond of the manor of Nogbell, etc. etc. In 18 Hen. VIII., Wm. White granted to Thomas, son to the Earl of Desmond the town of Thomikine in Kerry-Currihye. In 7 Edw. VI., Cahir McDermond O'Connor, of Carrickfoyle, and his next kinsmen of the O'Connors, granted to James Earl of Desmond all their lands and tenements in Athoc, Clogharshenaghe, etc., in co. Limerick. In 2 Edw. VI., Sabina, heir to Robert McLearnye, granted to James Earl of Desmond the Great Castle in Tralighe. In 35 Hen VIII., the King granted to Maurice FitzThomas Earl of Desmond the advowson of the parsonage of Dungarvan. In 24 Edw. IV., Thomas Mandevile and Anastace his wife granted to Maurice FitzThomas Earl of Desmond the manor of Kilmaynham, for life, with remainder to Thomas FitzJohn FitzThomas in tail male. In 4 Edw. VI, Corbally, in co. Limerick, was granted by Maghon O'Brien to David Arthur, chaplain, to the use of James Earl of Desmond and heirs. In 7 Edw. VI., John McPhilip, of Glankine, granted to the Earl of Desmond the town of Ballymaghie. In 6 Edw. IV., Richard FitzThomas FitzStephen granted to Maurice Earl of Desmond his lands of Downye, Ahedaghe, etc., etc. In 3 Hen. VIII., William FitzJohn Burke granted to Maurice Earl of Desmond the manor of Carrigkittell. In 3 Hen. VII., James Bollerye granted Bwyfeston to John son to the Earl of Desmond. In Edw. ,” Barret granted to Wm. Barret the manor of Cariggcohanmore. In 6 Edw. VI., John FitzGibbon, the White Knight, and his kinsmen, granted to James Earl of Desmond all their] lands in Ogonill. In 4 Mary, John Oge FitzGibbon, and his sons David, Gilbert, and Thomas, released to said James all their lands in Conologhe, viz., the manors of Meane and Ballytine, the Short Castle at Asketin, etc., etc. “He also released all his right unto Ballinecurlye.” In 37 Hen. WI., Wm. Barry of Oleghan granted to Thomas FitzJames, Earl of Desmond, and Ellis Barry his wife, all his possessions in Mocolpe, Ballitarsney, etc. In 25 Eliz., a commission to Sir Henry Walloppe and others to inquire as to the escheated lands of the Earl of Desmond and others.t In 27 Eliz. a commission to Sir John Perrott, Lord Deputy, and others to take the surrenders of O'Moloy and others of the Irishry, etc.f In 28 Eliz., four commissions under the Great Seal of England to Tho. Norris, Vice-President of Munster, Sir Henry Wallop, Sir Walentine Browne, and others; (1.) to survey the escheated lands in Mounster, to divide them into seignories, and to rate them at yearly rents; (2) to survey and divide the escheated lands in co. Limerick; (3) ditto in the country of Connologhe; (4) to inquire by jury as to all escheated lands in cos. Waterford, Tipperary, Crosse, Kerry Cork, Desmond, and Limerick. The first three were dated at Westminster, 5 July, 28 Eliz.; the fourth [at Dublin?] 1st Sept. 28 Eliz., “teste” Sir J. Perot, Deputy. In 36 Eliz., 16 Nov., a commission to Sir Rob. Gardener and others for the plantation in Munster.S
* “unto fol. 82 ” is added by G. Carew.
* Blanks in MS. f This commission is quoted at length at f 97. of this MS. t This is quoted in full at f. 98 b. § This commission is calendared in Vol. III. p. 102, from another MS.
119. Submission of Shane O'Neale, Twelfth Day, 4 Eliz.”
120. Bull of Indulgence by Pope Clement VIII. to the Irish, 18 April 1600.f
121. Grant by Miles Archbishop of Ardmaghe, Primate of Ireland, with the assent of the Dean and Chapter, to William and Arthur McBrin, sons of Master Arthur McBrin, of lands in Kilmore, “cum pleno jure herenaciae,” etc.; to hold so long as they shall be pleasing and obedient to the church of Ardmaghe, and not to lease any part of said lands to any strange layman. The premises to be enjoyed by said Master Arthur during his life, according to his charter. Yearly rent, one mark and eightpence sterling. Dunum, 21 Nov. 1365.
Headed: “A grant of an erenachy made by Milo Archbishop of Ardmaghe, to be found in the Register of that see.”
122. Grant by John Swayne, Archbishop of Ardmaghe, keeper of the spiritualties and temporalities of the see of Dromore, to Maurice McBrin, “here macho,” of the lands of Laireacht [and] Dyrke, Dromore diocese, till the church of Dromore shall be provided with a pastor; rendering the usual rent, in English money, and services. Dated 1427. “In the register of that see.”
123. Confirmation by John Maye, Archbishop of Ardmaghe, to Patrick McKassayd, and his heirs, of the herenachy of Twynha, as granted to his ancestors, with renewed investiture; yearly rent, 5 marks 28, sterl, and the customary services; to inhabit and cultivate the lands, and not to lease them to any layman stranger; said Patrick being created the archbishop's herenach in the church of Twynha. Dated at Armagh, 9 Aug. 1455, the 12th year from the Archbishop's consecration.
“In the register of that see.”
124. Appointment by John Walton, Archbishop of Dublin, of Tadeus Oskolly, clerk, of the town and church of Glindelagh, as keeper of the office of “corbanatus” there, which the Archbishop has sequestered, until the Archbishop's visitation of the church and people of Glindalagh; the disposition of said office belonging to the Archbishop, as appears by search made among the muniments and charters of the church of Dublin. Dated at the Archbishop's manor of Finglas, 11 Dec. 1473, the 2nd year from the Archbishop's consecration.
Headed: “In the Archbishop of Dublin his register.”
125. Warrant by Edw. I. to the Chancellor of Ireland. (Same as that on f. 68b, No. 104)
* This submission is calendared in Vol. I. p. 312, from another MS. f This is calendared in Vol. III. p. 523.