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CASES and opinions, 142, 143, 146.
Cathedral of Derry, 137, 151. See Londonderry.
Catholics, population of, 39.
Catholic Chapels of Derry and Coleraine, 180, and Catholic Ministers,

182.
Centenary of 7th December, 1688, 133.

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Certificates of the Agent for Leases, 70. For Accounts, 101.
Charitable Institutions, 153, 163, 170, 176. Loan, 168, 174, 182.

See Contributions.
Charters incorporating the Irish Society, 'Londonderry and Coleraine,

32, 135. Old Charters of Derry and Coleraine surrendered and
new ones delivered, 33. Abstract of the Society's Charter of
Charles the Second, 63. A Corporation accepting a subsequent
Charter is bound by it, 69. Society's Charter confirmed, 71.
Counsel consulted as to obtaining a reversal of the judgment
against the Charter, 86. The Charter produced before the
Committee of the House of Commons, 98. Coleraine Charter,
121. Translation of Londonderry Charter, Appendix, i. Trans-

lation of Coleraine Charter, Appendix, cxi.
Christ's Hospital, children sent from thence to Ulster to be apprenticed,

45, 46.
Churches, 12, 15, 24, 33, 46, 48, 67, 135. A convenient number to

be built, 9. To be supplied with Bibles, Common Prayer Books,

and Communion Cups, 45.
Church Land. See Inquisitions.
Citadel, 70, 107, 128, 173.
Clergymen's Widows' houses, 145, 162, 174, 182.
Clothing for poor children, 141.
Coleraine, 17. Buildings, 23. Land attached to Coleraine, 24, 68.

Tenure, 24, 68. Extent of Jurisdiction, 25. Further liberties
to be granted, ib. Incorporated by Charter, 32. A Communion
Cup presented to the Church by the Society, 33. Old Charter
surrendered and a new one received, 33. Population, 39.
Citadel ordered to be built, 43. The Scite let, 70. A conspiracy
to surprize and destroy the Town, ib. Fortifications examined,
46. Forty acres of Land granted to the Parson, ib. Distribution
of Land in Coleraine, 48. School, 85, 94, 101, 114, 137, 142,
144, 145, 148, 149, 153, 173, 183, 184, 185. The Corporation
transmit by-laws to the Society, 86. Election of Corporate
Officers, 87, 94. Disturbances in the Corporation, 89, 90, 91, 94.

Clothing for 2. Buildings. cent of Jurisdi

School,"Poration, 102, 126, 128. Contrciety, 101.

Scara lands,

Corporate rights to be defended, 94. Rectory of, 95. Bridge
23, 96, 99, 104, 118. The Corporation offer to concur in
any measures proposed by the Society, 101. Corporation
lands, 101, 102, 107, 126, 128. Controul of the Society over
the Corporation, 102, 108. Mayor's lands, 103. Decay of the
School, 103, 110, 111, 112. Scarcity at, 107. Quay, 116.
Freedom from Tolls, Port Duties, and Quayage, ib. Market
House, 117, 118, 133, 173. Lord Tyrone's holdings, 126.
Coleraine Mill, 136. Ramparts, 149. Court House, 150. An
inspection of Records required by deputation, 156, 161, 180.
Corporation possessed of no Records except a copy of their
Charter, 173. Gaol, 179, 184. Bowling Green, 173, 184.
Commons, 173. Corporation Leases, 180. Bogs, ib. Cottages,
183, 184. Report of the Master of the School, Appendix, ccxxiii.
Pound, 184, 185. See Charters. Coleraine Rectory, Schools,

118", Port

Glebe.

Coleraine Rectory, 111, 118, 126, 127, 131, 134, 137, 140, 142, 144,
• 145, 147, 149, 153, 173, 184. See Glebe.
Commerce, 20, 21, 24.
Commission to inquire into the title of the Crown, 11. Names of

Commissioners, ib.
Commissioners sent to inquire into the affairs of the Plantation by the

Crown, 50. Sent to let the lands whilst in the hands of the

Crown, 60.
Committee of the whole Society, 151.
Commons to the Towns, 17, 23, 44, 56, 59, 62.
Common Council. See London.
Companies. Chief Companies, principal contributors to the Plantation,

35. Inferior Companies associated with them, ib. 36. Names
thereof, ib. Conveyances made to them, 38, 48. Names of
their first Tenants, 39. They send arms into Ulster, 43.
Required to certify their operations in Ulster to the Irish
Society, 44. A licence granted by the Crown to hold in Mort-
main, ib. Instruments relating to their title, 60. The chief
Companies sent pieces of cannon to Londonderry, 61. Their
Freeholds and Quit Rents, 70. See London, Irish Society,

Charters.
Conditions of Plantation, 1, 9, 39, 44, 50, 51, 53.
Conspiracy to surprize and destroy Derry and Coleraine, 43. ,
Contributions, 113, 117, 118, 119, 123, 126, 127, 128, 131, 133, 134,
135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 142, 144, 149, 150, 151, 180, 182, 183,

185.
Conveyances to the Companies, 38, 48, 62. Reservations therein to
: the Society, 49. .
Corbes. See Inquisitions.
Corporations to be established in Ulster, 9. Act relative to, 119.
Corporation holdings, 176. See Londonderry, Coleraine.
Correction House, 145, 166, 174, 176.
Cottages, 183.
County House, 165.
Court House, 139, 168.
Courts Baron, privilege of holding, 5, 10, 44.
Cow Bog Market, 145, 155, 166, 174, 178.
Cranagh, 99.
Cromwell, the Protector, restored the Irish Society by Charter, 62.
Crown Rent, 44.
Culmore, 25, 47, 67, 75, 76, 77, 121, 145. A Military Guard to be

maintained therein, 25, 68, 121.' See Appendix, lxix.
Customs, 18, 24, 68, 69. A compensation given by the Crown to the

Society for the Customs, 69, 122.

DEAN and Curates of Londonderry, Trustees in Stanley's Charity,

125.
Deanery House, 151, 171.
Deer, 19, 70.
Defence of Settlers in Ulster, 10. See Charter of Londonderry,

Ixix.
Deputations, 33, 45, 97, 140, 151. Deputation Report, 142. Ne-

cessity of frequent Deputations, 186.
Derriana, 180.
Derry, Bishop of, 15, 23, 105. Soite for Palace, 23. Dr. Bramhall,

51, 56, Applied for a Licence to let the Quarter Lands to the
Corporation of Derry, 57. Bishop laid claim to the Quarter
Lands, 71. An Ejectment against the Bishop to recover Quarter
Lands, 80. The Bishop appealed to the House of Lords in
Ireland, ib. Re-established in his possession, ib. The Society
appealed to the House of Lords in England, ib. An Act passed
for settling the Right of the Quarter Lands and Fishings, and

£250 annually granted to the Bishop, 81. Palace, 145.
Derry, Dean of, 23. Scite for Deanery, 23.

Determinable Interests, 140.
Dinners given by the Society to the Lord Chancellor and Justices of

Ireland, 80. To the Duke of Ormond, 81. To the Earl of
Pembroke, 85. Earl of Wharton, 86. Duke of Shrewsbury,

89.
Diocesan School, 107, 182.
Disclaimer, Instrument of, 115. See Timber.
Dissenters, 119, 136, 137, 141, 170, 172, 176, 182, 183, 184.
Dividends of the Rents to the Chief Companies, 40, 70. Fee for

Dividend Warrants, 70. On what occasions Dividends with-

held, 85.
Division, by Commissioners appointed to inquire into the King's

Title to the escheated Lands, 12. Of the Estates among the
Companies, 34. Manner thereof, ib. Part indivisible, 33.
· Yearly value of the divided Estates, 39.
Donegal, Lord, 134, 135, 136. See Fishery Cause, Appendix, clxxii.
Dubby Holes, 148.
Dublin, replenished by Bristol with inhabitants, 21. Inhabited

anciently by the Easterlings, ib.

EASTERLINGS, original Inhabitants of Dublin, 21.
Ecclesiastical Lands, 12, 15. See Inquisitions.
Eels, 19. See Fishings.
Embankment, 128, 131.
English Undertakers of Plantation, 3, 5.
Erenagh Lands, 56. See Inquisitions.
Error, Writ of, 135.
Exactions, Irish, not to be enforced, 6, 7, 8.
Exportation, privilege of Export and Import, 6, 7, 18.

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FEE FARM RENT 3, 6, 7, 24.
Ferries, 34, 38, 96, 126, 133, 134, 151.

, 100, 10t, 151.
Fifteen Hundred Acres. See Quarter Lands.
Fire at Guildhall, 60, 128, 131, 133. This Fire happened in Febru-

ary, 1786.
First Fruits, Board of, 145..
Fishery Cause, Narrative of, Appendix, clxxii.
Fishery Rent, Security for, 96, 142, 145.
Fishings, 16, 18, 19, 24, 25, 33, 38, 46, 67, 97, 98, 106, 108, 109,

110, 111, 127, 132, 135, 136, 139. ' Lettings of, 33, 46, 76, 85,

96, 98, 103, 119, 120, 126, 136, 138, 139, 140, 142, 151. Ad-
vertized, 72. Act to confirm Bishop's fishings, 81. Annual

produce of Salmon, 97, 112. Extent of, 111. Lord Donegal's
.. law suit, 126, 127. Fishery Acts, 128. Usurpations, 145.

Narrative of Fishery Cause, Appendix, clxxii. See Inquisitions.
Fishing and Fowling, 25, 49. Reservation of, 49.
Flax Fund, 181.
Flowerfield Estate, 154, 159, 179.
Forfeiture in case of rebellion, 7.
Fortifications, 26, 155. For defence of Settlers, 33, 46, 47, 48.
Fosse, 47, 166.
Fowls, 20, 25. .
Franchises, 67.
Freedom, 172.
Freeholders, 23, 44, 49, 70, 78. Irish natives admitted to be Free-

holders, 7.
Fuel, plentiful in Ulster, 18.

GAME, 70. Master of Game appointed at a Salary, 70.
Gaol at Derry, 133. See Coleraine.
Garrison, 46.. i
General Agents. Tristram Beresford and John Rowley, 29. Colonel

Gorges, 69. Mr. Davis, 70. Robert Rochfort and David
Cairnes in 1692. John Moggridge, Richard Lynam, 77. John
Denning in 1700. John Duckett in 1707. Mr. Ash in 1709.
Alderman Tomkins, 86. Yearly allowance, 93. Mr. Church,
101. Mr. William Richardson, 103. Allowance to, 110. Henry
Hamilton, 119. Mr. Jackson in 1788. John Claudius Beres-

ford, Esq. 134. Plate voted to him, 138. Security, 142.
Glanconkene, great woods of, 19. Granted with ground and soil to

the City, 24. Timber to be converted to purposes of Plantation,

ib. 68.
Glebe, 14, 46, 145. To be assigned to Incumbents of Livings, 14.

See Coleraine, Inquisitions.
Glendermot, 174, 182. Donation to School, 182.
Glynns, 46.
Goldsmiths' Company, 49, 50. Sale of their proportion, 104.
Governors. William Cockaine, 27. George Smithes, 39. Thomas

Bennett, 43. Peter Proby, 45. Sir Thomas Adams, 69. Sir
John Lawrence, 70. Sir William Turner, ib. Sir William

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