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freely, and wholly, and in as ample manner and form as any abbot, prior, abbess or prioress of any late monastery, abbey or priory, or any other or others the aforesaid manors, castles, towns, villages, hamlets, waters, rivers, fishings, lands, tenements, and the rest of the premises, with all their appurte. nances, or any of them, or any parcel thereof heretofure ever had, possessing or being thereof seized, as to the same manors, castles, towns, villages, hamlets, rivers, waters, fishings, lands, tenements, and other the premises aforesaid, or any of them, or any of them of right belonging or appertaining, ever had, used, or enjoyed, or ought to have, hold, use, or enjoy, or might or could hold the same, or any part thereof, by reason or pretence of any charter, gift, grant, or confirmation, by us or any of our progenitors or ancestors, late kings or queens of England and Ireland, heretofore had, made, granted, or confirmed, or by reason or pretence of any act or acts of parliament, or by reason or pretence of any lawful prescription, use or custom heretofore had or used, or otherwise by any manner of lawful right or title whatsoever, and as fully, freely, and wholly, and in as ample manner and form as we, or any of our progenitors or ancestors, late kings and queens of England and Ireland, or kings and queens, or lords or ladies of Ireland, the aforesaid manors, lands, tenements, and hereditaments, and the rest of the premises above by these presents before granted, or any part or parcel thereof, have had, used or enjoyed, or might or ought to have had and enjoyed.

Further we also give, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do grant and confirm, to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ul. ster, and their successors, all and singular the premises above by these presents before granted or mentioned to be granted, with all their appurtenances, as fully, freely, and wholly, and in as ample manner and form as all and singular the said premises, or any parcel thereof, did come or ought to have come to our hands, or to the hands of any of our progenitors or ancestors late kings or queens of England and Ireland, or kings or queens or lords or ladies of Ireland, by reason or pretence of any attainder or forfeiture, or by reason or pretence of any dissolution, surrender, or quitting of any late monastery, abbey, priory, or hospital, or by reason or pretence of any act of par. liament made in our kingdom of England or in our realm of Ireland, or by reason of any exchange or purchase, or any gift, grant or surrender, or by reason of any escheat, or whatsoever other lawful manner, right or title, have come or ought to have come, and now be or ought to be in our hands, and as fully, freely, and wholly, and in as ample manner and form as all and singular the said premises, or any parcel thereof were granted to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, by our illustrious grandfather, by the said letters-patent under the great seal of England, bearing date at Westminster the said 29th day of March, in the year of

his reign over England, &c. the eleventh, and over Scotland

the six-and-fortieth. Exceptions. Except always notwithstanding, and out of this our grant al

ways reserved, all and singular advowsons, donations, free dis-
positions and rights of patronage of all and singular the churches
of Dromchose, in the aforesaid barony of Kennaght Aghadowey
in the barony of Coleraine and Comber in the said barony of
Annagh, and all and singular churches, vicarages, chapels, and
other benefices whatsoever, (saving the advowsons, donations,
free-dispositions and rights of patronage above by these presents
mentioned to be granted,) to the premises by these presents
mentioned to be granted, or any parcel thereof in any manner
belonging, appertaining, incident, appendant or incumbent.
· Except also always, and out of this our present grant altoge-
ther reserved, all lands, tenements and hereditaments belonging
to the dean of Derry, and all lands and tenements commonly
called Termon and Erenagh Land, and all the demesne lands of
the bishops found in a certain inquisition bearing date at Lima.
vaddy, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry,
the 30th day of August, which was in the year of our Lord
1609:

And also except all lands and tenements lately granted to the archbishop of Ardmagh and bishop of Derry, or to either of them, that is to say, all lands and tenements commonly called Termon and Erenagh land, and all demesne lands of the bishops found in a certain inquisition bearing date at Dungannon, in the said county of Tirone, the 23d day of August, in the said year of our Lord 1609:

And also except, and out of this our present grant always reserved, all that piscary belonging to the bishop of Derry, in the said river of Bann, found by the said inquisition at Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry:

And also all that piscary in the aforesaid bay and river of Loughfoile, belonging to the bishop and dean of Derry, found in the said inquisition at Dungannon, in the said county of

Tirone.

Except also always, and out of this our present grant and these our letters. patent always reserved, all those several balliboes, quarters, and lands, called town land, lying and being in our county of Tirone, now Londonderry, in the province of Ulster aforesaid ; that is to say, all those two balliboes of land called town land, called Moyola, Tannarran, Lyetrum, Derry, Garran, Ballem, Quiggin, Shamullagh, and Armaghmore other. wise Dromroscome, or by whatsoever other name or names the same premises, or any of them, are known, reputed, called or taken, or may be known, called, reputed or taken; with all and singular their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances late in the tenure, occupation, or possesson of Thomas Phillips, knight, deceased, and his assigns:

And also except all that castle of Limavaddy, with all its rights, members, and appurtenances whatsoever, situate, lying,

and being in our said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, in the said realm of Ireland, late in the tenure, possession or occupation of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns :

And also except all the said town of Limavaddy, with its rights, members, and appurtenances whatsoever in our said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said sir Thomas Phillips, knight, and his assigns : · And also except all those several ballibetaghs, quarters, balli. boes or lands, called town land, following; that is to say, Gortney, Hanemaght, Coulassen, Raghbridebegg, Raghbridemore, Killegane, Derrymore, Derrymoile and Balline Clouse, being one third part of one balliboe of land, or by whatsoever other name or names the same or any of them are known, called or reputed, or may be known, called, or reputed, with all and singular their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances lying and being within the ballibetagh or precinct of the land of Rathbridge, within the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation, or possession of the aforesaid Sir Thomas Phillips, knight, and his assigns :

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

And also except all that precinct or quarter of land of Ballequin, lying and being in the ballibetagh of Ballefoercula, containing all those balliboes or lands called town land, following: that is to say, Ballequin Claggin otherwise Ballekilly Carick Tyreo Droman, or by whatsoever other name or names the same or either 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 also in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said sir Thomas Phillips, knight, and his assigns :

And also except all that ballibetagh of Ballem Morough, otherwise Moyrowe, containing all those balliboes or parcels of land called town land, following ; that is to say, Lomondrom Balledonoughy otherwise Ballenemrare, Ardveregall Carne, Deale, Barne, Alleigh, Backach, Vickin otherwise Ballene Ramagh, Carne, Clara Carne, Reaugh Carne, Vamoghte otherwise Menagh Carne ne Modoule, Ballehmerey, Crinnel, Ballanagh Crosse otherwise Culmore, or by whatsoever other name or names the same or any of them are known, accepted, 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 Londonderry, late in the tenure, occupation, or possession of the said sir Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns :

And also except all that ballibetagh or precinct of land of Ballefallaghan, containing all those balliboes or lands called town land, following, Ballemaghormore, Ballemeeneoroy otherwise Meparag, Largin Roe, Tawleygrove, Carbarragh, Suskraglin, Drommore, Dromgighlan, Coolmore, Claggin otherwise Clighan, Tatnessellagh, otherwise Tatnekelly, Moighmore and Moighbegg, or by whatsoever other name or names the same premises 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 whatsoever, 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, or his assigns; all which premises by these presents before excepted and mentioned to be late in the tenure, occupation or possession of the said Thomas Phillips, knight, or his assigns by letters patent of our said illustrious grandfather, under his great seal of England, bearing date the thirtieth day of December then last past before the date of the same letters patent were given and granted, orat least were mentioned to be given and granted, to the same Thomas Phillips, knight, his heirs and assigns :

And also except all and singular other lands, tenements, courts leet, liberties, franchises, preeminences, jurisdictions, hereditaments and other things whatsoever to the same Thomas Phillips, knight, his heirs and assigns by the said letters patent

last mentioned granted, or mentioned to be granted. Habendum. To have, hold and enjoy the said counties, territories, castles,

forts, lordships, manors, towns, hamlets, lands, tenements, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, underwoods, piscaries, fishings, rivulets and rivers, courts leet, views of frankpledge, courts baron, hundred courts, county courts, advowsons, profits, commodities, advantages, emoluments and hereditaments, and all and singular other the premises above by these presents granted or mentioned to be granted, with their rights, members and appurtenances whatsoever (except before excepted), to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, to the only proper use and behoof of the said Society of ihe governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors for ever.

To hold the said city of Londonderry and the four thousand acres to the same city next adjoining upon the Derry Roll, and the said town of Coleraine, and the three thousand acres of land to the same town of Coleraine next adjoining, of us our heirs and successors in free burgage as of our castle of Dublin in our realm of Ireland, and not otherwise.

And to hold the rest of the said castles, lordships, manors, lands, tenements, and all and singular other the premises above by these presents afore granted, besides the said city of Londonderry, and the said town of Coleraine, and the said four

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thousand acres to the same city of Londonderry as aforesaid adjoining, and the said three thousand acres of land to the same town of Coleraine as aforesaid adjoining, of us our heirs and successors, as of our castle of Dublin in our realm of Ireland, by fealty only, in free and common socage, and not in capite or by knights' service.

And yielding yearly to us, our heirs and successors, of and for The Redthe aforesaid city, fort and town of Londonderry, and all edifices dendum. and structures thereof, with the appurtenances, in the said late county of the city of Derry, now Londonderry; And for the said whole island of Derry, now Londonderry, with the appurtenances ; and all the lands within the island of Derry, now Londonderry aforesaid, within the said late county of the city of Derry, now Londonderry, within the province of Ulster aforesaid, and for the said four thousand acres of land next adjoining to the said city or town of Londonderry, lying and being on the west part of the river of Loughfoile aforesaid. And of and for the said bog and barren mountain to the said land belonging as waste to the same city belonging. And of and for the said late abbey, monastery or religious house of Coleraine aforesaid, in the said late county of Antrim, now Londonderry, and the said scite, circuit, compass and precinct of the same late abbey, monastery or religious house, and all lands, tenements, edifices, structures and other hereditaments, lying and being in or within the said scite, circuit, compass and precinct of the said late abbey, with the appurtenances, and all other lands, tenements and other here. ditaments in the said county of Antrim, now Londonderry, to the said late abbey or to the abbot and convent of the same lately belonging, and for the town and lands of Coleraine aforesaid, and all edifices, structures and curtillages of the same, with the appurtenances, and three thousand acres of land to the same town assigned and adjoining, fifty-three shillings and fourpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The great proportion of Boughtbezg, lying in the said barony or precinct of Coleraine, in the said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, ten pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The middle proportion of Ferentymile, lying in the said barony or precinct of Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, eight pounds:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Lisetrim, lying in the said barony or precinct of Coleraine, in the said county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, five pounds nineteen shillings and fivepence :

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Claggio, lying in the said barony or precinct of Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Magheryboy, lying in the said barony or precinct

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