Rich. Caulfield Council Book of Cork & early annals



Adam Gould fz. Patrick, Common Speaker. Mr. William Tyrrie, Ald., and John Roche, Overseers. _ Edmond Mortimer, Bellman. 20 July, 1635. George Miagh fz. John is swo~ free. 30 Oct., 1634.

We, the Maior, &c., have accompted with Domk. Copinger, Esq., Recorder, and there is due to him of his entertainment the sum of 5 pounds ster., together with 12 pounds ster. allowed unto him for his employment for the enrolling of the last Charter, which 12 poundi is to be allowed unto Robert Copinger in his accompt. 23 May, 1635. Forasmuch as it is thought convenient for the passage of the North bridge to break down the old wall commonly called Lombard's house, being the freehold of Richard Roche fz. John of Corcke, Ald., it is agreed by the Mayor, &c., that whensoever the North bridge shall be removed from the place where now it standeth, that the said wall shall be builded in that manner and form as heretofore it was builded at the cost of the Corpora- tion ·of this City, and the same shall be let by the Mayor, &c., unto said Richard Roch, after the removal of the now bridge ; and moreover, it is agreed that said Richard, his heirs, &c., shall have yearly out of the said old wall during the continuance of the bridge in that place where now it standeth, the sum of sixpence ster. from the porter of the said gate to be yearly paid by said porter before he taketh his oath. 5 Oct., 1635. Mem. Curire Civ. Corcke tempore Roberti Miagb, Armig., Maioris Gulielmi White et Dominici Morrogh, Vicecomit. ejusdem Civitatis. 12 Oct., 1635.

Dominick Copinger, Recorder. William Galwey, Swordbearer. Dominick Roche and John Galwey, Serjeants at Mace. William Skiddie and Stephen Galwey, Porters of the Gates.

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