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of Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eight pence:

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

And of and for the said abbey, monastery or religious house of Moycosquin, with the appurtenances, in the said barony of Coleraine, in the said late county of Coleraine, now London. derry, and the scite, circuit, compass and precinct of the same late abbey, and all lands, tenements and other hereditaments above by these presents afore granted, and to the same late abbey, monastery or religious house of Moycosquin belonging or appertaining, three pounds and four shillings:

*And of and for the said proportion of land, called The great proportion of Dowline, lying in the said barony or precinct of Kennaught, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, eleven pounds:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The middle * proportion of Culmore, lying in the said barony or precinct of

Kennaught, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, eight pounds :

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The middle proportion of Canimes, lying in the said barony or precinct of Kennaught, 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 Barchagh, lying in the said barony or precinct of Kennaught, in the said late county of Coleraine, now London derry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

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

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The great proportion of Lisghasse, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annagh, in the said late 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 Loyer, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annagh, 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 Monaghbegg, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annagh, 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 Moģegboy, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annagh, 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 Carnemoiegh, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annagh, 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 Brackmoy, lying in the said barony or precinct of Annaught, in the aforesaid 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 Killdonan, lying in the barony or precinct of Annaught aforesaid, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said towns, villages, hamlets, balliboes or parcels of land, lying in the said barony of Annagh, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry; that is to say, the castle and town of Gortmana otherwise Lemavaddy, Rawrodebegg, Rawredimore, Kill Jan Drombally, Donaghy, Lysachellan, Arneregall, with their rights, members and appurtenances, containing together by estimation four hundred and twenty acres of land more or less, sixpence:

And of and for the said several towns, villages, hamlets, balliboes or parcels of land, lying in the same barony of Annagh, in the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry; that is to say, Tanvarrim, Clontager, Carne, Boniff, Crenbarigh, with their members and appurtenances, containing together by estimation three hundred acres of land more or less, thirty-two shillings:

And of and for the aforesaid abbey, monastery or religious house of Dungevin aforesaid, with the appurtenances, and the scite, circuit, compass and precinct of the said late abbey, 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, and all the several towns, vil. lages, hamlets, balliboes or parcels of land, and other premises above, by these presents before granted, and to the said late abbey, monastery, or religious house of Dungevin aforesaid belonging or appertaining, containing together by estimation three hundred and eighty acres, forty shillings and sixpence :

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The mid. dle proportion of Ballimenavagh, being in Killetra otherwise Killetragh, lying in the said barony of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, eight pounds:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Dromrott, being in Killetra otherwise Killetragh, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Tirnafessy, being in the territory of Killetra otherwise Killetragh, in the said barony or precinct of land of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The great proportion of Gortronra, being in the territory of Clandonnell, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, ten pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Ballenecrassi, being in the territory of Clandonnell, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Moyasadden, being in the territory of Clanconkeine, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said.late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Cynagh, being in Clankonkeine, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence: :

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Coheire, being in the territory of Clankonkeine, lying in the barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The small proportion of Caramony, being in the territory of Clankonkeine and Clandonnell, lying in the barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, five pounds six shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said parcel or proportion of land, called The small proportion of Tirassan, lying in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, forty-four shillings and ninepence:

And of and for the said towns, villages, hamlets, balliboes or parcels of land, lying in Killetra otherwise Killetragh, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, that is to say, Cowbuffchinan, Talmoghi, Calli, Moyasadda, Lara, Coramock, Tannaghgouch, and Tallagaroaffe, with their appurtenances and members, containing together by estimation four hundred and twenty acres of land more or less, forty-four shillings and ninepence :

And of and for the said towns, villages, hamlets, balliboes or parcels of land, lying in Killetra otherwise Killetragh, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, that is to say, Ballyvally, Ballindroma, Moynollin, Ballyonough, Dromonare, Ballyoregly, Ballyoyellans, Ballyomile, Ballyrousky, and the third part of the balliboe of Ballydally, with all and singular their and every of their members and appurtenances, containing by estimation five hundred and sixty acres of land more or less, fifty-nine shillings and eightpence:

And of and for the said proportion of land, called The great proportion of Ballyletrim, being in the territory of Tanlagh, in the said barony or precinct of Loughinsholin, in the said late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, and the said proportion of land called The small proportion of Lackagh, being in the territory of Killetra otherwise Killetragh, and Tanlagh, in the said barony and precinct of Loughinsholin, in the same, late county of Tyrone, now Londonderry, forty-four shillings and ninepence of lawful money of England, at the receipt of the exchequer of us, vur heirs and successors, of our realm of Ireland aforesaid, that is to say, to the hands of the treasurer, undertreasurer' or receiver-general of us our heirs or successors of our said realm of Ireland for the time being, at the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michael the Archangel, by equal portions yearly to be paid for ever, for all other rents, services, exactions and demands whatsoever, therefore to be yielded, paid or made to us, our heirs or successors.

And further we will and declare, and the said Society of the The Sogovernor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster ciety's cove. for themselves and their successors, do covenant and grant to and nant to

maintain with us our heirs and successors, by these presents, that the same

ne and garrison society and their successors for ever hereafter, at their own pro- the castle of per costs and charges, will keep and maintain, of, in and upon the Culmore, said castle and fort of Culmore, one ward of such and so many men, well and sufficiently armed, and such expert and sufficient officers, in that behalf requisite for the time, by us our heirs and successors from time to time to be named, constituted, removed, and of new appointed, as shall from time to time be requisite and necessary, and may be sufficient for the maintenance, defence and safe keeping of the same castle and fort, and thereof shall acquit, exonerate, indemnify, and keep harmless, us, our heirs and successors for ever. .

And for that there will be need that great abundance of timber be had and provided for the planting of the premises, and the rebuilding of houses and edifices within the same, and therefore great care is to be had that the timber trees growing, and which may conveniently and fitly serve towards the plantation of the premises, be not carried out of the said kingdom, or otherwise wasted or spoiled there :

We have therefore ordained, and by these presents firmly and to em.charge and command the said Society of the governor and assist- ploy all the ants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and the same. So- timber tociety for themselves and their successors do covenant and grant vi

nt wards the to and with us our heirs and successors, by these presents, that

"* plantation, all and all manner of trees being timber, growing and being of, in

and upon the lands of Glankonkeiney and Killetragh, extending from the said late county of Coleraine, now Londonderry, unto Ballin Derry, shall be and for ever hereafter remain and only be converted towards the plantation aforesaid, and the building of houses and edifices, so as aforesaid to, be made and to be spent towards other necessary uses of our said realm of Ireland in the same kingdom, and not for any other cause to be merchandized or sold, any thing in these presents to the contrary notwith

standing. The king's And further, of our abundant grace and of our certain know. covenant to ledge and mere motion, we will, and by these presents, for us indemnify our heirs and successors, do grant and confirm to the said Sothe Society

Y ciety of the governor and assistants London of the new plantaagainst ali

ears to tion in Ulster aforesaid, and their successors, that we our heirs the crown. and successors, for ever hereafter, yearly, and from time to

time, shall acquit, exonerate, save harmless and indemnify, as well the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, as the said county, territories, castles, forts, lands, tenements, and all and singular other the premises above by these presents granted or mentioned to be granted, and every parcel thereof (except before excepted) of and from all and all manner of corrodies, rents, fees, services, annuities, pensions, portions, arrearages, and sums of money and charges whatsoever, issuing and to be paid out of or for the premises, or out of or for any parcel thereof, to us our heirs or successors, or thereupon charged or to be charged against us our heirs and successors (saving the rents, tenures and services above in these presents to us our heirs and successors reserved). And saving all arrearages of rent of all and singular the same premises, if any be due or payable to us by the said Society only.

We will also, and by these presents for us our heirs and successors firmly enjoin and command, as well the treasurer, chancellor and barons of our exchequer of England and Ireland, and of our heirs and successors whatsoever for the time being, as all and singular receivers, auditors, and other officers and ministers of us our heirs and successors whatsoever for the time being, that they and every of them, upon the only showing of these our letters patent, or the inrollment thereof, without any other writ or warrant from us our heirs and successors, in any manner of wise to be obtained or prosecuted, shall make, and from time to time cause to be made, to the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and to their successors, full, whole and due allowance and manifest discharge of and from all and all manner of such corrodies, rents, fees, annuities, pensions, portions, and sums of money and other charges whatsoever, saving the rents, services, tenures, and arrearages of rents aforesaid, and other the said premises, in these presents so as aforesaid reserved, aud by the said Society of the governor and assistants London of the new plantation in Ulster, and their successors, payable to be made or to be performed for

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