MANUS O'DONELL. MS 603, p. 44a 16 July 1543
MS 603, p. 44a
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, ed. J. S. Brewer & W. Bullen (6 vols., 1867-73), vol. I, document 183.
At the manor of Kilmaynam, 16 July, 35 Henry VIII.
Memorandum, that as touching the quarrels between Lord Magonius O'Donell, chief of Tirconell, and McQuylin, captain of his nation, it is ordained, with the consent of both parties, before the Lord Deputy and Council, that O'Donell, in recompence of the injuries done to him, shall receive 100 kine from McQuilen, and acquit McQuillen for the same injuries, and for the service unjustly exacted from him. He will remain under the service and peace of the King only.
II. At Kilmaynam, 16 July, 35 Henry VIII.
Memorandum, that as to all quarrels between Lord Manus O'Donell, chief of Tirconell, and Magwyre, captain of his nation, respecting the lands of Lorrucke and the spoils on both sides objected, it is agreed before the Lord Deputy and Council that the Bishops of Clogher and Raphoe, after examining the gentlemen of Loruke and other witnesses, shall determine and arrange all their contentions. O'Donell and Magwyre pledge their oaths that they in no way, secretly or openly, will molest any of the said witnesses.