Calendar of the State Papers, Relating to Ireland; Preserved in the Public Record Office Volume 4

Calendar of the State Papers, Relating to Ireland; Preserved in the Public Record Office Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...Lidiah, or Lydia, his wife, formerly known by the name of Lydia Jerdaine. Assigning their several lots, which have fallen in the barony of Pubblebrien, co. Limerick, to Nathaniel Manton, of London, merchant. P. 1. Signed, dec, by the assignors. Endd. Ibid. 133. 1642. 28 May. Two receipts by the Sheriff of Exeter, in all for 50, from the 19 July. Mayor, &c, of Exeter, by the hands of Henry Paynter, clerk. P. 1. Endd. S.P. Ireland 296, 134 and 135. 1653. Certificate by the Mayor, &c, of Exeter. 13 Aug. The above two receipts are for money really the property of Exeter. Paynter, who may dispose of them accordingly. P. f, with seal of the city. Endd. Ibid. 136. 25 July. Certificate by Tibbs. Philip Meade, of London, fishmonger, advanced 20 for Ireland. Receipt for a part thereof is lost. P. J. Signed by Tibbs, with further corroboration by Alderman Avery. Endd. Ibid. 137. 1644. Two receipts by the Treasurers of July, 1643, in all for 13 6s. 8d., 10 Oct. from Philip Meade, of London, fishmonger. Each p. J. Endd. 164J. Ibid. 138 and 139. 18 Jan. 1653. Assignment by Meade, as above. 6 Aug. Assigning his share, as above, to John Larder, of London, merchant-tailor. P. 1. Signed, dec, before witnesses. Ibid. 140. 9 Aug. Same by Larder. Assigning same to John Hurst, citizen and cook of London. P. 1, as foregoing. Endd. Ibid. 141. 1643. Two receipts by the Treasurers of July, 1643, in all for 8 6s. 8d., 7 Aug. from Wm. Heather, of Dorking, in Surrey, yeoman. Each p.. 4 Sep. Ibid. 142 and 143. 1642. Two of same by the Treasurers under the arrangement between 30 April. the King and Parliament, in all for 50, from same. Each p. J, 18 July. one endd. Ibid. 144 and 145. 20 April. Three of same by same, in all for 300, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 210 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 386g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236640845
  • 9781236640840