HUGH MCGUILLYE. MS 613, p. 65a 3 March 1584
MS 613, p. 65a
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, ed. J. S. Brewer & W. Bullen (6 vols., 1867-73), vol. II, document 519.
Indenture, 3 March, 26 Eliz., between Hugh McGuillye or Magnisse and the Queen, whereby the former engages to pay yearly 120 fat cows of three years old; to serve in proper person with 12 horsemen armed and 24 footmen; and to find good cows or beeves for the sustenance of her Majesty's army for one night whensoever the same shall be there remaining, receiving for the same 12s. Irish each: in consideration of the fee-farm of the entire territory of Iveaghe, alias the country of Magnisses, leading to the province of Ulster.
At the end is the following memorandum:--"To note that Cor Mc McDermott of the county of Cork and the heirs of Sir Cor Mc McTeig are to pay yearly for their lands which they hold of his (sic) Majesty a cast of hawks, and to the Lord Deputy for the time being."