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Sets out the names of the lands mentioned in the foregoing, and directs that no grant of them pass without notice. Five lines. P. Dom. Entry Books XXXII. p. 7. P. Ireland, 1666-9, p. 779. " IRELAND-CHARLES II. 5 Oct. DANIEL [WYTTAR], FRANCIS. BISHOP OF KILLALOE, 16 to ROBERT Has returned from his consecration, and expects to hear what money he owes for fees, &c. Is anxious to hear of the Lord Deputy's fate on which there are various rumoura. Has increased his charges, but little augmented his income.
P. 604. c xxxiv PREFACE. getting the appointment. Lord Orrery loved intrigue, and this feature in his character appears clearly from the letters in this volume. His delight in going by roundabout ways to attain his ends, his greed for money and lands, his endeavours to stand well with everybody and to ingratiate himself by flattery and sycophancy, are plainly visible, and account for his success at Court. shared by anyone else. I conclude this preface with a few references to particular statements or expressions deserving of notice.
Present :—The King, the Duke of York and Prince Rupert, the Archbishop of Canterbury and fifteen other Privy Councillors [names given]. COPY In pursuance of the order of the Board bearing date 27 August last, the officers of Ordnance this day returned to the Board an estimate of the charge of powder, match, arms and other stores to be issued and delivered out of his Majesty's stores in the office of Ordnance and sent to Dublin. The cost, together with that of packing and cartage to a ship, is estimated at 6,076J.