SUBMISSION OF MCCUYLLEN and O'CAHAN.
|Title:||SUBMISSION OF MCCUYLLEN and O'CAHAN.|
Indenture tripartite, 6 May, 35 Henry VIII., between Sir Anthony Sentleger, Lord Deputy, and the Council of the one part, and Rory McCuyllen, chief of his nation and captain of Rowte, and Manus O'Cahan, captain of Oroghtecane, of the other part.
(1.) The said Rory and Manus promise that they will not exact any exactions, ransoms, or tributes from farmers and other subjects of the King repairing to the Banne for the purpose of fishing.
(2.) That whenever John Travers, the King's farmer there, or his servants, shall resort thither to fish, they shall have the use of the castle of Collranell [Called also "Colrane" in this document.] for the security of the fishermen, with liberty for the same fishermen to season and salt the fish, and to draw their nets on land.
(3.) That they will annually assist, favour, and maintain the said fishermen during the time of their fishing.
(4.) In consideration of the above concessions, they shall receive from the King 10l. sterling yearly.
(5.) They gave as hostages Hugh O'Quyne and Jenico McGerrald McCullye on the part of the said Rory, and Donald Ballow and Ony McRorye on the part of O'Cahan.
|Date:||6 May 1542|
|Held by:||Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives|
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|Former Reference Department:||MS 603, p. 43|