Letter ... relative to the Read pedigree; and copies of several reports from the attornies and solicitors general of Ireland respecting certain claims to baronies in Ireland

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1832
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Page 27 - Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland : MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY, WE, the Master, Wardens, and Brethren of the Corporation of Tailors, or Guild of St.
Page 32 - ... Donegal," Barony (Clements'), cr. 1831. See LEITRIM, Earldom [I.], cr. 1795, under the 2nd Earl. Attorney Gen., and C. Bushe, Solicitor Gen. — to whom it had been duly referred. They report that it appears to them " that a Barony in fee was cr. by the writ to and sitting in (the Irish) Parl. (1323-24) of Richard Tuit and the same was enjoyed and exercised by his heirs and by Christopher Plunket as such, and after his death (about 1 567) became in abeyance among his three daughters...
Page 29 - Upon the whole of the case, we are of opinion that a barony in fee has been fully proved to have existed in the person of Thomas fourth Earl of Westmeath, Baron of Delvin...
Page 1 - RELATIVE TO THE READ PEDIGREE; AND COPIES OF SEVERAL REPORTS FROM THE ATTORNIES AND SOLICITORS GENERAL OF IRELAND RESPECTING CERTAIN CLAIMS TO BARONIES IN IRELAND.
Page 27 - ... rial allegations of his petition ; that the said barony of " Delvin is an ancient barony in fee, and has already been in" herited as such by a female ; that the said barony is now in " abeyance between the petitioner, as the sole heir of Lady " Catherine Nugent, and the co-heiresses of Lady Mary Nugent, " namely, Lady Elizabeth Duffield, the four daughters of Lady
Page 18 - The Names of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal at the Parliament holden at Dublin the...
Page 27 - ... selected, under their episcopal seals, to the said lord lieutenant or other chief governor or governors of Ireland, and his majesty's privy council there, for their approval, and when approved by the said lord lieutenant or other chief governor or governors and council, such list shall be registered in the rolls office of his majesty's court of Chancery in Ireland, together with such approval ; and upon each and every avoidance of the said benefices so selected happening from time to time after...
Page 27 - Dublin on Wednesday next after the Feast of St. Peter in Cathedra, in the Forty-sixth Year of the Reign of King Edward the Third (1373), by the Name, Stile, and Title of " John Fitz John, Baron de Delvyn...
Page 21 - Third Baron of Delvin, married Elizabeth, elder Daughter and Coheir of Sir Robert Hollywood of...
Page 28 - Record in the Chief Remembrancer's Office of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, an attested Copy of which was produced before us.

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