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August 24 5 obtains officiallease of the dissolved House of Friars Minors, known as New Abbey, Co. Kildare, twenty-five mHes from Dublin, one of the forfeited estates of James Eustace, Viscount Baltinglas, who had fled to Spain in 1581. The lease comes 'with an old waste town adjoining, and its appurtenances' (Fiants, Eliz. no. , of the site of the house of friars called New Abbey, Co. Kildare, with appurtenances in the Queens disposition by the rebellion of James Eustace. To hold for 21 years.
9 Conveyance of Enniscorthy by S to Richard Synnot of Ballybrenan, Co. Wexford. Synnot, who had served as sheriff of Wexford, was in fact a previous owner of Enniscorthy, having been granted it in 1575 (Fiants, Eliz. no. 2663). Synnot later leased part of this property to Undertreasurer Wallop (see entry for 6 January 1586). A MS book in the Exchequer Records Office in Dublin giving an account of the Revenues of the Queen' s lands and possessions, compiled by Nicholas Kenney as deputy of the Auditor-General, contains the following entry of a receipt: 'From Sir Henry Wallop, Knt.
6 S witnesses execution of Nicholas Nugent. 17): 'Trial and execution of Nicholas Nugent, late ]ustice of the Common Pleas. Edward Cusake, of Lismullin, condemned but saved. To inform the Queen of Grey' s inability to hold the govemment any longer. ' 12 S paid once again 'for rewards to messengers'. 22): 'Thetrial, confession, and pardon of Edward Cusack. The trial, obstinacy, and execution of Nicholas Nugent late Chief ]ustice of the Common Pleas'. 26; reproduced by Plomer  fig. 5): ' A note of L[ett]res and copies sent to Mr.
A Spenser Chronology by Willy Maley (auth.)