[Grant, 1794 May 14, of land in County Down, Northern Ireland, to Hill Willson] [manuscript].,  | Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Authorized by "Barry Yelverton Esqr. Chief Baron of our Exchequer", the Kingdom of Ireland grants to "Hill Willson Esqre. the custody and farm of the towns and lands of Ballymacredy Craigarushy Ballymartin Ardmillan Moore hall orwise Ballybugagh Rampark Tullymore Southpoint Saint Anns Park and tenements in the town of Killiliagh all in the county of Downe of the clear yearly value of five pounds sterling above reprisals late the possession of Hamilton Moore Esqre. who was outlawed to satisfy the said Hill Willson as well acertain debt of one thousand pounds sterling which the said Hill recovered against him as two pounds five shillings and six pence ..."
Title supplied by cataloger.
Printed form with 7 lines of ms. text, plus ms. insertions in blank spaces.
Origin: "Kings Courts Dublin the fourteenth day of May in the thirtyfourth year of our reign [of George III]"; inscription on verso dated 1794.
Accompanying materials: With 1 tag for a seal (missing); tax stamp affixed to recto, noting duty of 5 shillings; smaller royal stamp affixed to verso.
Former shelf-mark: Uncat. RBR 82 5 (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library).