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None to trade who are not free of the Town .,., .cxxxvii Freemen to bear Scot and Lot . . . . . . . . ib. Who shall keep the Common Seal .:.

. . . . . . Ib. Who shall keep the Weigbts and Balances . . . . .cxxxviii Non-freemen not to sell wares on pain of forfeiture . '. ib. Or use Trade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. To whomi Fines to be paid . . . . . . . . . Brokers to be chosen and sworn . . . . . . . . ib. Innholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. Aldermen to be taxed . ........... ib. Mayor to be Justice of Gaol Delivery

very . . . . . . ib. Infångthef, Outfangthef and Felons' Goods granted to

the Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . Cxxxix None of the King's Officers to intermeddle in the affairs

of Coleraine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. The Mayor to be sole Escheator . . . . . . . . ib. No Process to be executed in the Town but by the Mayor ib. No Purveyor to take Goods from the Inhabitants against

their will . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. No Market to be within seven miles of the Town . . . ib. Foreigners not to buy from or sell to Foreigners . . . ib. Victuallers to be under the Rule of the Mayor and Al

dermen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cxl The Custody of the Gates granted the Corporation and

the Tronage of sundry merchandizes . . . . . . ib. The Mayor, Recorder and certain Aldermen to be Jus

tices of the Peace within the town . ...... ib. The Quorum . . . . . . . . . . . . . cxli Their power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. First Mayor appointed . . . . . . . . . . . cxlii Oath to be taken, and before whom . . . . . . . ib: Justices at large not to interfere in the City . . . . cxliii Fines to be granted to the Corporation . . . . . . ib. Felons' Goods given to the Corporation. . . . . . ib. And the Assize and Assay of Bread, Wine, &c . ib. And the Office of the Clerk of the Market in the Town

and Liberty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. And the Execution of Writs . . . . . . . . . cxliy Aldermen not to be put on Assizes, Juries, &c. out of the

town · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ib. A Market granted to the Corporation, and when to be

held . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. And a yearly Fair . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. And view of Frankpledge ..

c . . . . . . . . cxlv And the Office of Keeper of the Great Beam and Com

mon Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. Balance and Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . 1b, Power to appoint Clerks, Porters, Servants, &c. of the

great Beam and Balance . . The Offices of Packer and Porter established . . . . cxlvi : Garblero . . . . . . . . . . iii. . ib.

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Gauger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cxlvi
The said Offices granted to the Corporation. ...ib.
The Corporation to choose a Coroner . . . . cxlvii
Before whom to be sworn . . . . . . . . . . ib.
No other Coroner to interfere . . . . . . . . . cxlviii
The Corporation to arrest Malefactors . . . . . .ili.
The Corporation to send two Burgesses to Parliament . ib.
The Sheriffs to issue Precepts for that purpose. . . ib.
Inrolment of present Charter to be sufficient authority . cxlix
The Corporation empowered to erect Guilds and Frater-

nities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. Companies to make By.laws . . . . . . . . . ib. And impose Fines &c. . . . . . . . . . . .cl Common Gaol for the Town of Coleraine . . . . . ib. The King's Covenants to grant more ample liberties . ib. The King's Covenant to explain and amend this Charter clii

INQUISITIONS.

AN INQUISITION indented takey at Lymmavady, in the coun. ty of Coleraine, the 30th day of August, anno dom. 1609, and in the year of the reign of our sovereign lord James, by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. viz. of England, France and Ireland the seventh, and of Scotland the three-and-fortieth, before sir Arthur Chichester, knight, lord deputy general of the said realm of Ireland; Henry lord archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland; George lord bishop of Derry; sir Thomas Ridgway, knight. vice treasurer and treasurer at warrs in the said realm of Ireland; sir Humphrey Winch, knight, chief justice of his highness's chief place in the said realm; sir Oliver St. John, knight, master of the ordnance of the said realm; sir Oliver Lambert, knight, one of his highness's privy council in the said realm; sir Garrett Moore, knight, one other of his highness's privy council in the said realm; and sir John Davys, knight, his majesty's attorney general in the said realm of Ireland ; and William Parsons, esq., his majesty's surveyor general of the said realm, commissioners assigned and lawfully authorized by virtue of his majesty's commission, with certain articles ot' instructions thereunto annexed under the great seal of Ireland, bearing date the 21st of July last past, to them and others directed, amongst other things to distinguish the ecclesiastical lands from the lands belonging to the crown within the said county of Coleraine, and further, to inquire of divers other things contained in the said commission and articles of instruction thereunto annexed as afdresaid by the oaths of good and lawful men of the said county of Coleraine, whose names ensue: (viz.) Manus M.Evally, John O'Henny, Farderragh O'Mullané, Richard M.Owen OʻCahan, Owen M Carroll, Patrick M-Redy, Rory M'a Valle, Owen Growe M Gilligane Guldluffe oge O'Mullan, Dermott O'Cahan, James O’Mullan Gilduffe, M.Herenagh, M-Gloskie, William M'aTagairt, Patrick oge M'aTagert and Maurice M-Cowell, jurors, who, being duly sworn upon the holy evangelists, do say and present upon their oaths, that the late lord bishop of Derry both before and until the making of the statute of the attainder of Shane O'Neale, in the 11th year of the reign of the late queen Elizabeth, was seized in bis demesne as ot fee in right of bishoprick of Derry, of and in the balliboe of land of Lisiemucke, in the parish of Aghadowe, in the barony of Coleraine, and of and in two tide-water fishings 'at the fishing place of the river of the Bann, on the Monday next after Mid

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summer day, yearly. And the said jurors do upon their oaths, further say and present, that the said late bishop of Derry and his successor both before and until the making of the said statute of the attainder of Shane O'Neale, made in the said 11th year of the said late queen Elizabeth, was seized in fee in right of the said bishoprick of Derry, of and in several yearly rents, customs and refections issuing out of certain herenagh lands within the said barony of Coleraine, in manner and form following, viz. out of the herenagh land of Dunboe near the parish church of Dunboe, containing three balliboes over and besides the two balliboes of herenagh land of Haburcey, and one balliboe of erenagh land of Ballymaddy, which the herenagh of that place had three shillings sterling per annum and a yearly refection, if the said bishop did visit and not else; and also five shillings sterling per annum out of the herenagh's third part of the tithes of the said parish of Dun. boe; and also out of the herenagh lands of Grangemore, containing twelve balliboes, viz. Patoge, Mullone, Farrenlege, Serice, Masserigeny, Ballyene, Guilly, Ballymullackaglibegg, the two balliboes of Ballymullackmore and the two balliboes of Grangemore in the parish of Dunboe, forty shillings sterling per annum and a yearly refection as before and not otherwise, which lands the now lord bishop of Derry doth set and dispose at his pleasure, but by what right the said jurors know not. But they say, that the said bishop's predecessors never enjoyed nor ought to have the said lands itself, but only the rents and refection aforesaid. And also out of the half balliboes of herenagh land of Ballymasse and the little Wear near Ballynasse to the said lands belonging, in the parish of Camos, six shillings and eight pence per annum; and also out of the herenagh lands of Camos, containing one quarter near the parish church of Camos, and out of the herenagh's third part of the tithes of the parish of Camos, thirteen shillings and four pence sterling per annum, and a yearly refection as before and not otherwise. And also out of the termon of Agha. dowy, containing one ballybetagh and the herenagh's third part of the tithes of Aghadowy, forty shillings sterling per annum, and a yearly refection as before and not otherwise; and also out of the herenagh land of Dissert O'Twohill, containing one quarter, ten shillings sterling per annum. And out of the herenagh's third part of the tithes of the parish of Dissert O'Twohill, ten shillings sterling per annum, and a yearly refection, in manner aforesaid and not otherwise ; and also out of the herenagh land of Arregall, containing one quarter, ten shillings per annum; and out of the herenagh's third part of the tithes of the parish of Arregall, ten shillings sterling per annum, with a yearly refection as before and not otherwise. And further, the said jurors do upon their oaths find and present, that in the said barony of Coleraine are the several parishes ensuing: viz. the parish of Dunboe, wherein is both

a parson and a vicar, and that the tithes of the said parish church * are paid in specie, whereof one third part is paid to the parson, * another third part to the vicar, and the other third part to the

herenagh: and that they the said parson, vicar, and herenagh,

are equally to pay the charge of repairing and maintaining the parish church of Dunboe, and that the parson and vicar of this parish paid twelve pence apiece to the bishops of Derry; and that in the said parish there is also one garden of glebe belonging to the said vicar. And also the parish of Killowen, wherein is only a parson, to whom all the tithes of the said parish are paid in kind, there being no herenagh in the said parish; and that the said parson paid yearly twelve pence proxies and a refection yearly in the said lord bishop's visitations and not else, and did also bear the whole charge of repairing and maintaining the parish church of Killowen ; and hath also a garden of glebe in right of his said church. And also the parish of Camos, wherein is both a parson and vicar; and that the tithes of the said parish are paid in kind, whereof one third part is paid to the said parson, another third part is paid to the vicar, and the other third part to the herenagh of Camos; and that they are equally to bear the charge of repairing and maintaining the parish church of Camos; and that in this parish are two gardens of glebe, the one belonging to the said vicar, and the other to a curate to be kept there; and that the said parson and vicar paid twelve pence apiece proxies to the lord bishop of Derry. And also the parish of Agahadowy, wherein is both a parson and a vicar, and that the tithes of the said parish are paid in kind, one third part thereof to the parson, another third part to the vicar, and the other third part to the herenagb; and that they are to bear the charge of repairing and maintaining the parish church of Aghadowy equally, and that there is one garden of glebe land belonging to the vicar; and that the parson and vicar paid twelve pence a piece proxies to the said bishop of Derry. And also the parish of Dissert O'Twohill, wherein is both a parson and vicar, and the tithes of the said parish are paid in kind, one third part whereof is paid to the parson, another third part to the vicar, and the other third part to the herenagh, which said parson, vicar, and herenagh, are to bear the charge of repairing and maintaining the parish church there ; and that the said parson and vicar paid twelve pence apiece proxies unto the said bishop of Derry : and also the parish of Arregall, wherein is both a parson and vicar, that the tithes of the said parish are paid also in kind, and one third part whereof is paid to the parson, another third part to the vicar, and the other third part to the herenagh of Arregall; and and that the said parson, vicar, and herenagh, are to bear the charges of repairing and maintaining the parish church there equally ; and that to the said vicar there belongeth one garden of glebe land; and that the said parson and vicar then paid twelve pence apiece proxies to the said bishop of Derry.

And further, the said jurors do upon their oaths find and present that the late dissolved abbey or monastery of monks of Moykoskin, was both before and at the making of the said statute of dissolution of monasteries lawfully seized in his demesne as of fee in right of his house, of and in the said abbey or monastery, and of and in eleven balliboes of demesne lands, together

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