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Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, has letters of attorney to levy the profits of the Marshalsea in all courts in Ireland, “he himself being absent in England.”

Thomas de Kent, dwelling in Ireland, has letters of attorney to gain [or lose] in any courts in England.

The office of chief serjeantcy of Meath, forfeited by John Baron for a false return in the seneschalcy of the liberty of Trim, is restored [to said John?]

Richard Bp. of Ossory, dwelling in Ireland, has letters of attorney [in England 3)

Licence to Hugh de Calce, chancellor of St. Patrick's, Dublin, to export 300 qrs. of grain either to England or Aquitaine.

Patent Roll, 21 Edw. III., part 2 [1?]

Office of chief engrosser in the Exchequer of Dublin.
Commission of oyer et terminer in Ireland.

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Appointment of third baron of the Exchequer.
Grant to Thomas de Southwell of the office of bailiff of the
serjeantcy in co. Cork.
Power to the Abp of Armagh to appoint an attorney, as he
is far removed from the courts in Ireland.
“Pro Ricardo filio Radulphi, et aliis, pro viseribus [sic] in
Hib. pro beneficiis.”
|Grant] to William de Burton, Secondary Remembrancer
of the Exchequer in Dublin.
Ratification for Peter Le Mercer, vicar of St. Mary's,
[Grant] to the Abp of Armagh, Primate, Justiciary, Chan-
cellor, and Treasurer of Ireland.
[Grant] to the priory of St. Mary de Urso near Drogheda.
“De officio summonitur" in Scaccar' Dublin,’ commiss'.”
[Grant] to the brothers of the Order of St. Augustine in
Licence to Maurice FitzThomas, Earl of Kildare, to enfeoff.
Grant to John Dammartin [of the custody] of the lands of
all minors of the name of Clifford.
John de Segue [Segrave {} and his wife have letters of
attorney for Ireland.
The brethren of the order of St. Mary of Mount Carmel in
Ireland to remain in England for study, that they may the
better instruct the people in Ireland.
[Grant] to the merchants of the town of Galloway in
Office of chief Engrosser in the Exchequer at Dublin.

Letters of attorney for Geoffrey Stuicley, to whom the King had granted the serjeantcy of co. Cork.

Office of Secondary Baron of the Exchequer in Dublin. [Pardon 2) to Wm. Chamberlayne, who had received felons within the manor of Kilfer, Ireland. The Abp. of Armagh to treat for peace between the English and the Irish. [Licence {l to Irishmen to use the English law. [Grant] to the brethren of the order of St. Mary of Mount Carmel in Ireland. Exemption to William Draper, citizen of Cork, from being placed on assizes, Grant to Thomas de Colley, of the office of gauger of wines in Ireland. “Pro Johanne de Wellesley, qui manucepit Mauricium fil’ Thomae Comit' Desmoniae, in Castro Dublin’ arrest', tradere

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Confirmation of an indenture granting the cantred of Ossurres in Ireland to John Fitz Nicholas, in recompense of 100 marks which the King promised him. Appointment of an attorney to the King in Ireland. Appointment of a secondary justice of the King's Bench in Ireland. [Letters patent] for Hugh de Calce, the Pope's procurator in Ireland. [Grant] to the Friars Minors in Ireland. Restitution of the temporalities of the see of Fernes. [Letters patent] for Fulk de la Fresne, who, with others, mainprised Maurice FitzThomas, Earl of Desmond, imprisoned in Dublin Castle. Protection for the men and merchants of Gallway. Custody of the Abbey of Dunbrothy. Office of chief serjeantcy of Offelan in co. Kildare granted to Thomas Bruys. John Boyes and others to be captured by Andrew de Guldeford, Admiral in the parts of Ireland.

Patent Roll, 25 Edw. III.

Partition of the lands of Giles Badlesmer in Maycavenagh made between Sir Thomas Blunde, John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, William de Bohunne, Earl of Northampton, John de Tiptoft, and their wives, next heirs of said Giles, before John de Carru, Escheator of Ireland, at Kilmehallock.

Patent Roll, 20 Edw. III.

“De intendendo literis et brevibus Leonelli Comitis Ultonite in eodem Com' Ultoniae.”

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Patent Roll, 21 Edw. III., “part 1, vel. 2.”

Grant to Walter de Birmingham of lands in Kenlis in Ireland.

Grant to James Le Botteller of the office of Butler in Ireland.

Patent Roll, 22 Edw. III., part 2.

Powers given to the Chief Justice of Forests.
Grant to Roger de Mortimer of various lands in Ireland.

Patent Roll, 21 Edw. III., part 3. “Pro Matilda Comitissa Ulton. de ingrediendo prioratum monialium de Campesey, etc.”

Patent Roll, 22 Edw. III., part 1.

Grant to Roger de Mortimer of divers castles and manors in Ireland.

[Grant] to--de Hastings of in Ireland.

Patent Roll, 22 Edw. III, part 2.

Grant to John Dammartin of rents in Rogetesworth in Ireland.

&c. o Edwardo Principe Walliae, pro Caneford.” (On the dorse.

Grant to Henry Earl of Lancaster and others of custody of the lands and possessions of the abbeys of St. Evraud and Caen, to the use of Matilda Countess of Ulster. (On the dorse.)

Patent Roll, 22 Edw. III., part 3.

C o to John de Bitterley of the constableship of Wexford astle.

Patent Roll, 36 Edw. III., Charter,” m. 6.

The King created Lionel Earl of Ulster, his son, as Duke of Clarence, in tail male.

“4 Chart., E. 3., pro amplis libertatibus in terr' de Trym et Midia in Hib.; tit’71.”

6. “Briefs of Records remaining in the Tower of London.”

Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent, Justiciary of England and Ireland. He held that office in the latter country for life, and had an attorney to exercise the office when he was absent. —Charter Roll, 17 Hen. III.

Richard de Burgh made a fine for 3,000 marks, “pro habend', viz., de terr, Connactiae, quam habuit antequam disseisitus, occasione compoti sui, etc., tempore quo fuit Justiciar' Hiberniae, content’, motam inter Regem et Hubertum de Burgo, avunculum suum, etc.”—Pat. Roll, 18 Hen. III. Roger de Mortimer made Keeper and King's Lieutenant in Ireland.—Pat., 10 Edw. II., p. 1, m. 8. Articles touching the state of Ireland and the King's ministers there, ordained by advice of the King's Council at Nottingham.—Pat., 17 Edw. II. 5,000 qrs, of grain sent ont of Ireland for victualling the King's army in Aquitaine–Vascom., 18 Edw. II. Mandate to John Wogan, Justiciary, to proclaim among the Irish the statute of Winchester and other statutes touching money—Claus., 1 Edw. II. Summons to all the noblemen of Ireland, and others who owe services to the King, against Robert Brus and other Scottish rebels.-Ib., m. 1, 2, Mandate to the Justiciary and Treasurer of Ireland to levy the King's debts there and the issues of that land.—Rot. Vascom., 5 Edw. II., m. 10. Inquisitio and process concerning the lands and towns of Down and Lethcale between Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster, and Thomas, Bishop of Down in Ulster.—Rot. Vascom., 6 Edw. II, m. 24, 26. Proclamation against unlawful conventicles and congregations.—Ib., m. 24. Names of noblemen in Ireland (not given)—Claus, 8 Edw. II., m. 34. Letters obligatory of John Fitz Thomas [Fitz Gerald] and certain other magnates of Ireland for observance of fealty and allegiance to the King—Pat., 9 Edw. II., part 2, “dors. claus,” m. 9. Names of the noblemen in Ireland to whom the King gave thanks for their praiseworthy conduct against the Scots, viz., Edmund Le Bottiler, Earl of Carrick, and others (not named). —Claus., 10 Edw. II., m. 9, dorse.

Grant to Thomas Fitz John, Earl of Kildare, that he may receive to the law of England all his tenants in Ireland who desire to come to the same.—Pat., 12 Edw. II., p. 2., m. 9. Grant to the same of his service in Ireland [i.e. the services of all his tenants] for avenging the death of Richard de Clare, slain by the rebels there, provided he can obtain the assent hereto of the magnates of that land.—Claus., 12 Edw. II., m. 1. Wines and other victuals to be provided in Ireland for the King's army in Scotland.—Ib. Tn. 3. Ordinance by the King in Parliament that all Irishmen admitted to the law of England do use the laws touching life and members, saving the goods of natives there called betaghs.

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“De pardon' pro morte hominis per Justiciar' ibidem, Rege inconsulto, non confidend'.”—Pat., 14 Edw. II., p. 2, m. 20, 25. In the abbey of Mellifont this great error grew up, that no one was admitted into the house aforesaid unless he first took oath that he was not of the English race.—Claws., 15 Edw. II. Tenths to be levied in Ireland according to the new taxation. Ib., m. 27. Errors of pleas to be surveyed and corrected, and the officers to be removed.—Pat., 15 Edw. II. p. 1, m. 7. Revocation of a grant to the Abp. of Cashel because the King was deceived therein.—Ib., p. 2, m. 14. Pope John XXII. imposed a tenth for two years on the clergy of Ireland for the King of England; and he [the King ol commanded the Dean and Chapter of Dublin to levy the said tenth; which [mandate] the prelates and clergy of the land aforesaid refused to obey, unless the original bull were exhibited to them.—Claws., 16 Edw. II., m. 2. Commission to John Hotham “de ordinando de statu terr' Hib'.”—Pat., 9 Edw. II. The King granted to R. M. that he and his heirs, being natives of Ireland, might use the English laws.-Ib. Names of many Irish magnates coming to England.— [Claus. ?], 7 Edw. II. 2,000 “hobilar ’’ and 6,000 footmen of Ireland to be armed for the Scotch war—Pat., 15 Edw. II., part 2, “claus.,” m. 19.

“English lords and others that had lands in Ireland summoned to come to Westm. to advise with the King touching the defence thereof; and Lionel the King's son sent over thither. John Carewe amongst those was summoned.”— Claws., 35 Edw. III. Power to Thomas de Burgh, clerk, the King's Treasurer, to receive the oaths of the King's officers of Ireland.—Claus., 8 Edw. III. Summonses to divers magnates to proceed with the King to Ireland, among whom is the heir of Nicholas de Carew.— Claws., 6 Edw. III. A deputy [appointed] to receive rebels to the King's peace in Ireland.—Ib. Archers to be levied in divers counties [in Ireland 7) by the advice of divers magnates.—Ib. “Johannes de Carru was summoned de deputando sufficientes custodes in terris quorundam magnatum Angliae in Hib. Domino de Carru et Com. Marescallo, etc.; and sundry other matters there touching Ireland.—Claws., 5 Edw. III., part 2. A survey to be made of the state of the Exchequer of Ireland.—Ib.

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