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Identifier: 
MS610f49r
Title: 
Sheriffs' accounts for sundry years remaining in Archivis Castr[abbreviated] DubliƱ."; Account of the county of Kerry for the whole of the 38th and 39th years of Henry III., by Walter de Brackleger, then sheriff.
Subject: 
Carew Papers
Description: 
Rents and other things received during the war and after the war, and after the proclamation of the King's peace. Aids to the King from various cantreds, &c. for sustaining the war. Fines for licences of concord. A loan from the bishopric of Ardfert, which went to the Exchequer at London. Moneys received from various persons for wines wrecked for the King's last army, for [using] false weights and measures, etc. Pleas and perquisites of the county, and farm of the serjeantcy of the same. [Total not specified.]#
Date: 
nd
Rights: 
LPL