|Content Description||Rent-roll of Lord Viscount Woodstock's Estate in Ireland to be collected by Edward Richardson, Esqr. for the year ending the 1st day of May 1699.|
Lists tenants, where they reside, size of land, yearly rent and when rent is to be collected; end of volume shows total rent received and amount to be given to the reigning monarch.
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Strasbourg lily, i.e. large fleur de lis within shield, with insignia 4WR suspended below the shield, approx. 180 x 75 mm; Countermark: Roman numerals, IV, approx. 12 x 24 mm|
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