James Clarke of lisnecroghrie in the mannour of Molleloggan and County of Longford gent duly sworne and examined deposeth that Richard mc Connell o Farrell <A> of the parish of Clongeesh gent and Lyshagh mc Connell o Farrell of the same [ ] gent and theyr companies robbed expelled and deprived this deponent of horses worth twelve pound sterl. corne in his Haggard worth worth 40 li. sterl. Householdgoods of all sorts worth 24 li.-1 s.-10 d., and of one lease for which he payed 16 li. sterl. at Alhallowes last which he canot hold at the rent reserved when peace is restored and by reason of this rebellion his house and malting roomes and kilned were burned to his damage of 10 li. this deponent further sayth that concerning the murthers vndone by the rebells and the sufferings of the good subjects in all things as Robert Colden Clerke the same day with this deponent hath deposed and further sayth this deponent further sayth that he with others in the Castle=forbes in the said Castle beseeged heard the Rebells in the Trenches about the said Castle at severall times say, when the beseeged would say they hoped my God or prayed to God God that the King might send them reliefe, The king is asleep say and God too is asleep and the king too God preserue the Queen and when there passed any words between them in the Castle and the Rebells concerning Quarter, the Rebells would say they could give Quarter that to the that were Catholiques but not to heretiques and further saith not.
James [mark] Clarke his Marke
Jurat Aug. 26to 1642
And further sayth that John Limrick of Sct Johnstowne Carpenter late an English man & a late protestant and Lewis Price of the towne of longford farmer [ ] & were extreame & <B.> dangerous enemyes to the English protestants & shott & discharged more peeces against the Castlefforbes. then any the rest of the Rebells did
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James Clarke of the Lisnecroghrie in the barony of Molleloggan in the County of