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The acre at I2d. ; the meadow yearly at 20«. (2s. 6d. an acre) ; and the wood at 22s. 6d. (2s. %d. an acre). Waterford. The Sheriff was commanded that of the lands and chattels of John le Poer baron of Donoyl, he should levy 50Z. for Henry de Bodregan and Sicilla his wife ; of 200Z. which John, before the King at Dunfermelyn, acknowledged that he owed them. The Sheriff now returns that the goods of John are taken into the hand of the King, viz. ). They are exposed to sale but buyers are not found.

Abbot locum tenens of Johanna de Valence lady of the said liberty, and Adam de Rupe then seneschal, at the instance of David and certain of his friends, granted him a subsidy to build a fortalice in his manor of Moylagh, to resist the malice of the Irish of that march; viz. 6c?. from each carucate of land of the liberty accustomed to contribute to common subsidies so granted. And Philip and Adam before John Wogan, at Weysford, recorded it. Gilbert de Sutton seneschal of said liberty, who was commanded to levy the subsidy, bf cause it was not shown to him concerning said grant, has not levied it.

YET OF PLEAS AT DUBLIN BEFOEE EDMUND LE BOTILLEE, CUSTOS, IN THE QUINZAINE OF S. HILARY. Jan. 27. Adam le Crokkere v. Simon Dunnyng, of a plea of conspiracy and trespass, by John P r a t ; same v. Alan Dunnyng, of same, by Simon Fot; same v. Peter le Tauerner, of same, by Adam Fox. ) Dubliu. Kilkennv. The King sent his writ: Edwai'd, &c. to J. Wogan, &c. Thomas de Burgo and Oliva his wife showed by their petition that whereas Oliva, before the war between the King of France and the King, and before Oliva married Thomas, sent 115 tuns and 7 pipes of wine from the parts of Bordeaux (Burdegala) to Ireland, to John le Engleys of Droghda for the profit of Oliva, as in a writing between them, which at the time when Oliva and others, in fealty to the King, were driven from Bordeaux by the French, was lost.

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