Advertisements for Ireland: being a description of the state of Ireland in the reign of James I contained in a manuscript in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin
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abroad abuse advantage ADVERTISEMENTS FOR IRELAND ambergrease benefit bishops Bourgchier breed British C. S. P. Ireland cambric Christopher Plunkett civil clerks coin commissioners common composition concealed Connacht Court of Wards crown custom dearer doth Dublin Elrington's Ussher vol England English Pale English-Irish escheat especially estates extraordinary favour fee simple fees fish forfeiture fraud gentry grant hath houses industry inhabitants Irish Irish merchants island kind king king's kingdom land late likewise Lord Lordships Majesty Majesty's title manner merchant stranger ministerial officers monopolies Munster nation natives number of acres Papers Ireland pass Patent Rolls James pipe-staves places plantation of Ulster planted plenty profit province raise realm reason referred rents revenue rich Scottish statute sell servitors shire soccage Spain Star Chamber statute subjects survey taxes tenants thence thereof thereto thereupon thither towns trade tradesmen traffic TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN Ulster undertakers utter waifs wares withal woods wool yarn yearly