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derwoods, trees and hereditaments, with the appurtenances in the said county of Tirone now Londonderry, extending from the late county of Coleraine now Londonderry unto the river of Ballinderry, in all and singular the territories or precincts of land of Killetra otherwise Killetragh, Clankonkeine, Clandonnel and Tomlaghes, and the whole ground and soil and all and singular the lands, tenements, and other hereditaments of, in, or within the limits, meets and bounds of the same territories last mentioned, or being member or parcel thereof, or as parts or parcels thereof, or of any of them heretofore accepted, known or reputed.

And further we have given, granted and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors of our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion do give, grant and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster aforesaid, and their successors, all that our barony of Loughinsholm in the said county of Tirone, with all and singular its rights, members, liberties and appurtenances whatsoever, and all lands, tenements, rents, services and hereditaments to the same barony belonging and appertaining.

And also all that our castle and fort of Culmore, otherwise Culemore, with the appurtenances, in our county of Donagall within the province of Ulster aforesaid, and all those lands, tenements and hereditaments containing by estimation three hundred acres of land with the said castle and fort, now or late occupied, used, or to the same belonging or assigned, or to be assigned, with the appurtenances to the said castle conveniently adjoining. .

And also all that water, creek, river, stream or rivulet of Bann from the high sea unto the pool called Lougheah and the ground and soil of the same, and also the rocks and salmon leap there, with the appurtenances and the whole piscary fishing and taking of fishes, as well salmon and eels as all other kind of fishes whatsoever, of, in, or within the said water, creek, river, stream or rivulet of Bann and the salmon leap aforesaid, as well with nets of what kind soever as otherwise howsoever from the high sea unto Lougheah aforesaid, and in, through and within the whole course of the water within the limits aforesaid being inthe said counties of Antrim Coleraine and Tirone now Londonderry or every or any of them.

And the whole water, bay, river, stream, or rivulet, of Loughfoile within the limits aforesaid, and the whole ground and soil thereof, and also the whole piscary fishing and taking of fishes, as well salmon and eels as of all other kinds of fishes whatsoever, of, in, or within the water, bay, creek, river of Loughfoile, as well with nets of what kind soever as otherwise howsoever from the high sea to the town of Liffer and to the utmost flux and reflux of the river of Loughfoile aforesaid, and in, through and within the whole course of the water within the limits aforesaid, being in the county of the city of Derry otherwise Londonderry and in the counties of Coleraine, Tirone and Donagall otherwise Londonderry aforesaid, or in any or some of them within the said province of Ulster,

And further of our more ample and especial grace, certain

knowledge and mere motion, we have given, granted, and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give, grant and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, the advowsons, donations, free disposition and rights of patronage of all and singular churches, vicarages, and chapels of and in the city of Londonderry aforesaid, and of all and sina gular churches, vicarages, and chapels of and in the village or town of Coleraine aforesaid.

And further of our more ample special grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, we have given, granted, and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give, grant, and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, the advowsons, donations, free dispositions, and rights of patronage of all and singular the rectories and churches of Towlaght Finleggan, Tawlaghtare, Anlowe, Bonacher, Boyvanney, and Boydafeigh in the barony of Kennaght aforesaid, in our said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry. And also the advowsons, donations, free dispositions, and rights of patronage of all and singular the rectories and churches of Dunboe, Temple Eregle, Temple Desart, Itowshill, Cames, and Killowan in the barony of Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, and the advowsons, donations, free disposition, and right of patronage of the rectory and church of Faighen Vale, in the said barony of Annaght, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry.

We have also given and confirmed, and by these presents of our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion do give, grant, and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster and their successors, all and singular our ferriages and passages over, upon and beyond the said rivers and waters of Loughfoile and Bann, and each and either of them, with all the profits to the same belonging.

And further of our more especial and ample grace, and of our certain knowledge and mere motion, we have given, granted, and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give, grant, and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors for ever,

All that our yearly rent or fee-farm of sixpence of lawful money of England, issuing or reserved out of and for all those several balliboes, quarters, and lands called town land, lying and being in our said county of Tirone, now Londonderry, in the said province of Ulster, in our said realın of Ireland ; that is to say, out of or for all those two balliboes of land, or other lands, called Town lands, called Moyola, Canarraim, Leitram, Deroy, Garran, Ballyginggin, Shammullagh, and Arlaghmore, otherwise Dunroscome, or by whatsoever other name or names the same premises, or any of them, are known, reputed, taken, or called, or may be known, taken, reputed, or called, with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances whatsoever, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of Thomas Phillips, knight, deceased, or his assigns :

And also of or for all that castle of Lymavede, with the rights, members, and appurtenances, situate lying and being in our said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occu. pation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns:

And also out of or for all those several ballebetaghes, quarter balliboes or lands called town lands following; that is to say, Gortney, Hanemagh, Caulassan, Raathbiggebegg, Raaghbridmore, Killeyane, Derrymore, Derrymoile, Balline, Chiose, being one third part of a balliboe of land, or by whatsoever other names, or by whatsoever other name, the same or any of them are or may be known, called, reputed or taken, with all and singular their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, lying and being within the ballibetagh or precinct of Raathbride, within the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns:

And also of or for the whole precinct or quarter of land called Mallegen Crosse, containing all those balliboes or land called town lands following; that is to say, Ballymore, Ballimaenagh; Boshea, with Mullagh, otherwise Cavanmore, with the chapel thereupon erected, or by whatsoever other name or names the same or any of them are known, called, reputed, or taken, or may be known, called, reputed, or taken, with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances whatsoever, situate, lying, and being in the said late county of Coleraine, now Lon. donderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns :

And also of or for all that precinct or quarter of land of Ballyquin, lying and being in the ballibetagh of Ballesvercula, containing all those balliboes or lands called town land following ; that is to say, Bally quin-Claggin, otherwise Ballinekilly, Carick, Tyreo Dremon, or by whatsoever other name or names the same or any of them are known, called, reputed or taken, or may be known, called, reputed or taken, with all and singular their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, situate, lying and being in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, and his assigns :

And also of or for all that ballibetagh of Ballenicmoragh, otherwise Moyrowe, containing all those balliboes or parcels of land called town land following; that is to say, Lomondroman, Ballydonoghy, otherwise Ballenemrare, Ardverigale, Cornedea, Barnealleighe, Backah, Vickin, otherwise Ballenit, Ran. naghe-Carne, Clara-Carne, Raugh-Carne, Varnaght, otherwise Menagh-Carne, Nemoudoule, Ballehinery, Crumell, Ballanough Cross, otherwise Culemore, or by whatsoever other name or

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names the same or any of them are known, called, reputed or taken, or may be known, called, reputed or taken, with their and every of their rights, members and appurtenances whatso. ever, situate, lying and being in the said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns :

And also of or for all that ballibetagh or precinct of Ballefalagan, containing all those balliboes or lands called town land, following; that is to say, Ballemaghermore, Ballemenaroye, otherwise Menaray, Larginræ, Tawligrone, Corbarragh, Suskraggen, Dromore, Dromgiklan, Coolemore Claggin otherwise Clighan, Tatnessellagh otherwise Tatnekillie, Moighmore and Moighmegge, or by whatsoever other name or names the same premises or any of them are or may be known, called, reputed or taken, with all and singular their and every of their members and appurtenances whatsoever, situate, lying and being in the said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns, and out of or through the same premises or any parcel thereof, and other lands, tenements and hereditaments, chargeable with the said yearly rent of sixpence, contained in certain letters patent of our illustrious grandfather, under his great seal of England, bearing date the 30th day of December last past, before the date of the said letters patent, made to the same Thomas Phillips, knight, his heirs and assigns :

And also all and all manner of fealty and services of socage reserved out of or for the same premises last mentioned, or any parcel thereof, or out of or by any of the said premises, or any parcel thereof, and other lands, tenements, and hereditaments, chargeable with the said annual rent of sixpence in the said letters patent of our said late grandfather contained, or by the same letters patent mentioned so to be:

We have also given, granted, and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors, do give, grant, and confirm to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, all and singular our messuages, mills, houses, edifices, lands, stables, dove-houses, structures, barns, orchards, gardens, lands, tenements, meadows, feedings, pastures, demesne lands, glebe lands, waştes, furze, heaths, moors, marshes, woods, underwoods, and trees, and all land, ground and soil of the same woods and trees, tythes of corn grain whatsoever, hay, wool, flax, hemp and lambs, and all other tythes whatsoever, as well great as small, and all oblations, obventions, produce, profits, waters, rivers, rivulets, water courses, fishings, fisheries, suits, mulctures, warrens, mines, quarries, rents, reversions and services, rent charges, rent seck,and rents services, and labour, as well of free as customary tenants, fee farms, annuities, knight-fees, wards, marriages, escheats, relief, heriots, fines, amerciaments, courts leet, courts of view of frankpledge, perquisites and profits of courts leet, and all that to courts leet and view of frankpledge doth appertain, chattels, waifs and estrayed bondmen and bondwomen, and villains with their sequel and common of estovers, fairs, markets, tolls, customs, rights, jurisdictions, franchises, liberties, privileges, profits, commodities, advantages, emoluments and hereditaments whatsoever, with all their appurtenances of what kind or nature soever they be, or by whatsoever names they are known, reputed, taken or called, situate, lying and being, growing, run. ning, renewing, increasing, emerging or arising within the coun. ties, territories, towns, villages, hamlets, places, rivers, precincts, limits, compass, and circuit aforesaid, or in, by, or within any of them, or elsewhere soever, to the said manors, castles, lands, tenements, rivulets and rivers, and the rest of the premises above, by these presents granted, or to some or any of them, or to any part or parcel thereof, in any manner belonging, incident, appendant or incumbent, or as members, parts or parcels of the same castles, manor, fort, lands, tenements and heredita. ments, and of the rest of the premises above by these presents mentioned to be granted, or of any of them at any time heretofore had, acknowledged, accepted, occupied, used, or reputed:

And also the remainder and remainders, reversion and reversions whatsoever of all and singular the premises above by these presents before granted, or mentioned to be granted, and of every parcel thereof dependant or expectant of, in, or upon any demise or grant, demises or grants, for a term or terms of life, lives or years, or otherwise, of the premises above by these presents aforegranted, or of any parcel thereof, in any manner made, being of record or not of record :

And also all and singular rents and yearly profits whatsoever reserved upon whatsoever demise and grant made of or upon the premises by these presents before granted, or of and upon any parcel thereof, being of record or not of record, and the rents and yearly profits of all and singular the same prese mises above by these presents before granted, and every parcel thereof.

We have also given, granted, and confirmed, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give, grant, and confirm unto the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster aforesaid, and their successors, that they and their successors for ever hereafter shall have, hold and enjoy, and shall and may have, hold and enjoy within the premises above by these presents mentioned to be granted, and within every parcel thereof, so many such and the like courts leet, view of frankpledge, law days, courts barons, hun. dred courts, county courts, courts of survey, and other courts of assize, and assay of bread, wine, beer, and ale, chattels, waifs, goods confiscated, estreats, chattels of felons and fugitives, fe. lons of 'themselves, and of those put in exigent, deodands, knights fees, escheats, reliefs, heriots, free-warrens, and all other rights, jurisdictions, liberties, franchises, customs, privileges, profits, commodities, advantages, emoluments, and heredita: ments whatsoever, whịch, and as many and such, and as fully,

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