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Limerick City Petitions

31/07/1822

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x- fi APPENDIX TO REPORT FROM SELECT COMMITTEE ; Appendix ( B.) Documentary Papers. No. 11, continued. Wm Yorke, Mayor Elect. llob. Higgins, Bart. Ast, Sher. Elect. Jo. Vesey, Ld B" of Limric, freeman ic com. co" man. For every Pack of wooll - -- -- -- -- — Dozen of wooll cards - -- -- -- - — Bagg of hopps - -- -- -- -- — Barrell of aquavitae or wine ------- — Barrell of tallow --------- — Firkin of butter - -- -- -- -- — Roll of tobacco - — Horss load of iron - -- -- -- - — Tannd byde - -- -- -- -- — Markett barrel of corne - ------ — Horss load of salt or other dry goods ----- — Dozen of hatts - -- -- -- -- — Cow or bullock - -- -- -- -- — Five groats worth of honey ------- — Raw hyde - — Hogg — Sheepe - -- -- -- -- - — Cow, bullock, horss, told tolling — Aquavitae pott sold outgate ------- — Iron pott - -- -- -- -- - — Horss load of barque - -- -- -- - — Five groats worth of rough or melted tallow - — Five groats worth scruffe or brass panns - — Horse load of rapeseed -------- — Bristol barrell of salt - -- — Boate load of rapeseed coming into the Keay - - - Out of every Handfull or bundle of hemp, or flax, a handful or — 20 wooden cupps or dishes, one dish or - — Horse load of (" Timber work - — — |_ new oaken boords - ------ — 40 pipe or barrell staves a staff or ------ — Horse load of sheepe or goate skinns ------ The said Corporation doth take out of everie shipp or barque that rides in that harbour, or lyes at their Keay, for keayage and anchorage ------ And towards repara'ionof a Chappell in the Cathedrall Church of Limerick, and kept only for the use and buriall of Merchant Strangers, and seafaring men, and built & repayred by the Corpora'ion for that purpose, which is called the dutye or custome or Chappellage - - - - - - - - - - And for the pilotage of every shipp or barque ------- s. d. 00 03 00 Olt 00 03 00 03 00 ° 3 00 01 00 01 00 02 00 01 00 01 00 01 00 03 00 01 00 01 00 oo£ 00 oo£ 00 ooi 00 04 00 03 00 02 00 01 00 01 00 01 00 01 00 01 01 00 00 01 00 01 00 04 00 ot 00 ot 00 04 03 08 03 06 » 3 04 These are the customes and duties receaved by the said corporaion as well by grants made unto them, as by prescription & usage. Whereout we are to maintain the walls of both divisions of the citty, four drawbridges, two great stone bridges, and one with five and the other with fourteen arches, twelve gates or posterns in the citty walls, above ten bridges in the liberties, & in the several waies leading to and from the citty at least twelve miles of paved causeway, and since their weare and mills given way to Sir George Preston. We have not above one hundred pounds sterE , p Ann in revenue by houses or lands more than the casual revenue arising by the above schedule. All which we humbly certifye as by yor lopp we are commanded. Dated at Limerick, under the common seale the fourth day of December 1672. Geo: Ingoldesby, Mayor I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the original. Witness my hand at Bermingham Tower the 18th of June 1822. W. Betkam, Dy Keeper. ( 6.) At an assembly of the mayor, sherr. 8c cittizens of the citty of Limerick, held at the Tholsel of the said citty the first Munday after the feast of Sl Michael tharkangell anno Dni 1673, being the accustomed day for electing of mayor 8cc. of the sd citty, sexto Oct. 1673. William Yorke, esq. elected on the first Munday after Midssmer last by ye new rules & confirmed by his Exclly the Ld Leiut. 8c councell, is this day sworne mayor of this citty for this ensuing yeare. Robert Higgins & Bartholomew Ast, esq. elected by the sd rules Sc confirmed as aforesaid are this day sworne sheriffes of this city 8c county thereof for this ensuing yeare. The R' Reverend Father in God, John Vesey, Lord Bishopp of Limrick, is this day admitted to ye freedome of this citty, 8c elected one of the common counsell 8c is accordingly sworne pursuant to ye new rules. And this assembly doth adjourne till this day 7 night. I certify the above to be a true copy of the original. Witness my hand, at Bermingham Tower, the 18th of June 1822. W. Betham, D* Keeper.
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