KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS IN IRELAND, 29
Fiants of the Heign op Queen Elizabethâ€”(continued).
Livery to William, son and heir of Edm.
Eecitcs an inquisition finding that Edmund was seised of lands in J ohnstowne, Unkill, Bally-kornan, and Arnelmo, co.
License to George Harvye, esq.,
constable of the fort
at Marriborrowe ; to bo absent in England for six months.â€”2
Grant to Nicholas Weston, of Dublin, alderman; of a
monopoly of the export of sheepskins, wool, and tallow, from Dublin and Drogheda, for four years; during which time he may export from those ports to any place beyond sea, free of the customs imposed by statutes of 11 and 13 Eliz.,
300 packs of sheepskins containing each 100 skins, 300 packs of wool conÂ¬ taining each 40 stones, and 50 tons of tallow.â€”[3
Grant to James Newman, gent.;
of the wardship
and marriage of Edmund fitz John Geralclo, son and heir of John fitz Edmonde Ccraldo, esq.,
late seneschal of Imokelly; and custody of his lands, during minority.
Pont Â£7 12s.
sterling, retaining from that 42s.
for support of the minor.
Inquisition, Cork, Eliz.,
Surrender by Thomas, earl of Ormond and Ossory; of
tho rectories of Kilteigban and others, held under lease 3968; also the spiritual possessions of Athasshell, held under lease 4013 ; with tho intention of their being again leased to him.
â€”Dated 11 Feb.,
Grant to John Hooy, gent.;
of the wardship and
marriage of Donald ogo M'Nomaro, son and heir of Donald reaghe alias M'Ne Maro Reaghe, deceased; and custody of his lands during minority.
Pent, Â£7 14s.
retaining from that rent Â£3 14s.
for support of minor.
Fine Â£7 14s.
ReÂ¬ cites Exch.
Inquisition, Clare, Eliz.,
Commission to sir Henry Wallop, knt.,
vicetreasurer, English, sir P.
chief baron, Nich.
Walsh, second justice of
tho Queen's Bench, Wm.
Syiiott, justice of the liberty of Wexford, Lodovick Briskett, and Chr.
Chivers, esquires; to enquire what lands and hereditaments Art m'Dermott m'Edm.
duff Cavenagb, and Donell m'Donogh Kavenagh hold in co.
Wexford, they having offered to surrender in order to obÂ¬ tain them by grant from the crown; to enquire in what places in tho Irish countries of tho said co.,
and on what days, any fairs
* Calendar of Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth.
By James Morrin, Dublin, 1802,