"Calender of State Papers - Ireland 1633 - 1647,Charles I." 27th Jan 1646. "Further Orders of the Committee of both Houses for Irish Affairs. VOL CCLXI. The report on the state of the forces in Ireland ......etc. The present strength o horse and foot in Ulster and Connaught, as given in by the gentlemen of those provinces, is as follows:- Calvalry.17 troops of horse, commanded by Mr. Conway, the Lord (Montgomery) of Ards, Lord Claneboy, Sir James Montgomery, Captain George Montgomery, Col. Hill (5 troops), Capt. James Clotworthy, Sir John Clotworthy, Sir Robert Adare, Sir William Stuart, Sir Robert Stuart, Capt. Dudley Phillips, and Sir William Cole.In all they number about 204 officers and 850 men. Infantry - 10 British regiments of foot, commanded by Lord Blayney (for Lord Conway), Lord (Montgomery) of Ards, Sir James Montgomery, Lord Clandeboy, Sir John Clotworthy, Sir William Stuart, Sir Robert Stuart, Col. Mervin, and Sir William Cole. There is also the regiment of Derry. In all about 1,070 officers and 7,500 foot.
page 488 of same - "Upon report of the Committee of Ulster of 28 July last, regarding the miscarriages of Lindsay, Lt. in Capt. Robert Adair's troop, he is cashiered of that employment.
page 526 of same. 8th Oct. 1646 (Westminster) "The petition of Sir Robert Adare, Kt., capt. of a troop of horse in Ulster, to be referred to Major George Rawden, Sir Robert King, and Colonel Hill.
page 532 of same. 19th Oct 1646. Division formed for Ulster and Connaught. Sir Robert Adar. was mentioned in Col. Hill's Regt. Mr. Davis (who was mentioned by Sir Robert when he claimed payment about 1644 for pay) was to pack and deliver goods.
page 682 of same.18th June 1647. New orders. "Commission to Capt. Morgan to command Lord Blayney's troop in Col. Hill's Regt.Same for Edmund Ellis to be lt.-col. in Sir John Clotworthy's Regt., and James Lindsay to be Lt. in Sir Robert Adair's troop. 5,505 pounds to be paid out of the assessments of Birkshire & other counties to be paid to Richard Downes, Davies' partner.