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1480The mayor, bailiffs, and citizens marched out on a hosting against the O'Mores. 
1486Lambert Simnel, the impostor, crowned in Christ Church, by the name of Edward VI.; the lord deputy, and other great men, being present. 
1487The mayor and citizens obtain the king's pardon for having taken part with Simnel. 
1488Sir Richard Edgecombe arrives in Dublin to take the homage and oaths of fealty of the great men of Ireland. 
1489Muskets brought from Germany, and six of them presented to Gerald, earl of Kildare, lord deputy, who put them into the hands of the sentinels that mounted guard at his house in Thomas St. Another great plague. 
1490The first importation of claret into Dublin. 
1492The Earl of Ormond, with a large body of Irish, encamped at Thomas-court wood. 
1493John Sargent, mayor, imprisoned in the Castle, in consequence of a riot at Oxmantown, in which some of the citizens were killed. 
1494The fraternity of Arms of St. George abolished by parliament. 
1497A great dearth through many parts of Ireland. 

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