Thirty-fifth report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records and Keeper of the State Papers in Ireland

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40 APPENDIX TO THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OE THE DEPUTY The said Nicholas the sheriff owes 147. 
13s. 
4d various debts in estreats of Chancery a.r. 
id. 
Ed. 
I. 
to first half of a.r. 
vi. 
The said Olyver the sheriff owes 14?. 
6s. 
8d noted in roll of amerce¬ ments of the Justices of the Bench at Dublin, Hilary term a.r. 
ii.; 
also 377. 
similarly noted Hilary term a.r. 
iv. 
; also 197. 
noted in the estreats of the barons of the Exchequer, Mich, term a.r. 
ii., 
and 19s. 
2d noted in roll a.r. 
liii. 
[Hen III.]. 
The said Hugh the sheriff finally is accountable for sums amounting to 111. 
13s. 
4d Allowed him monies expended in food of hostages at Limerick Castle for 15 weeks; in payment of two men watching the tower of the bridge of Limerick towards T'womond, and wages : all amount to 77. 
12s. 
6c?., 
and he owes 47. 
Os. 
lOd The said Thomas (Oliver le Gras, sheriff, for him) is accountable for sums amounting to 95?. 
5s., 
and accounts for same by Thomas de Clare in roll a.r. 
vii. 

The said Thomas (Nicholas the sheriff for him) accounts for various sums amounting to 3287. 
Os. 
9£d Paid into the treasury 1777. 
10s., 
and of the balance of 1507. 
10s. 
9£c7. 
Oliver le Gras ought to acquit him of 67. 
5s., 
and therefore he owes 1447. 
5s. 
9id 5.—PIPE 
ROLL vir. 
ED. 
1. 
(No. 
10 in Rcc. 
Com. 
Catalogue). 
Kathbel' County.—Account 
from Mich. 
a.r. 
iii. 
to Mich. 
a.r. 
vii., 
by Iioberfc Kokcrel, then seneschal (Roger Bygod, for him). 
The same Earl Roger (Robert Kokerel for him) owes 257. 
15s. 
various debts in roll a.r. 
iii., 
and accounted for hereinafter. 
Roger earl of Norfolk accounts for 4657. 
lis. 
3i.d 
various debts con-tamed in roll a.r. 
iii. 
Paid 207. 
into the treasury, and he owes 445?. 
lis. 
3^7. 
He owes 427. 
0s. 
4d various debts noted in roll of amercements before the Justiciar at Dublin, Mich, term a.r. 
iv. 
He owes 106s. 
8d various debts noted in estreats before the barons of the Exchequer, Hil. 
term, and other debts, all amounting to 917. 
2s. 
Paid into treasury, 637. 
14s. 
and 68s., 
and he owes 24?. 
The said Roger carl of Norfolk owes 447. 
8s. 
HKj,d for a third part of 2 parts of 100 services due to the lord Eldward in Leinsier for the army of Tnsteldermod, m Lhe time of Robert de Ufford: CrEOFEREY DE GEYNVtLL, CHIEF JUSTICIAR OF IRELAND.— 
Account of receipts, expenses, and disbursements from Wed¬ nesday after feast of Assumption B.V.M. 
a.r. 
i. 
to Michael¬ mas a.r. 
ii. 
The receipts, including contributions from various counties, sums from merchants, &c, and payments from Eugenius and Tatheg Okonechor, amount to 3,373?. 
17s. 
llfd Discharge: Expenses in buying bread, wine, beer, meat, fish, wheat, oats, <&c., 
carnage, grinding corn, &c, for providing stores for Athlon and Rendun; payments to messengers, repairs of arms, wages of soldiers, price of horses, &c. 
j expense of coming from Prance ; repairs of the castle and houses of Athlon, building and buying boats, &c. 
; similar expenses connected with the castle of Rendun, the castle of Ro-scre; wages of men at arms going to Glyndclure and cost of -arms ; cost of bringing the hostages from Dublin to Glyndeltire; cows sent to Maurice