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Sir Richard Butler of Mountgarret.
Deces.

Barons — 20.
Lord Birmingham of Athenry.. . iii
Fitz Maurice, alias Fitz Gerald, of Kerry.
Lord Courcey.
Lord Flemming of Slane.
Plunket of Killein. ..
Nugent of Delvin.
St. Laurence of Howth.
Plunkett of Dunfany.
Barnewall of Trimbleston, .
Butler of Dunboyne. 'isi,
Fitz Patrick of Upper Offory,
Clonagh of Mac Gilpatrick.
Plunket of Louth.
O'Neal of Dungannon. ..
Power of Curraghmore...!;..
Mac Suretan, Lord Defart. . .
Obrien of Inchiquin. i inn i
Mac Costilaghe, Lord Nangle. 7.
Mac William Burch, Lord of Ere Connaught,

Total of Irish peers, in the reign of Elizabeth, thirty-two.

A CATALOGUE of the IRISH NOBILITY

in 1681, during the last Administration of the Duke of ORMOND.

Cork,

PROTESTANTS.

Duke of Ormond.

Earls 26.
Kildare,

Ardglass,
Thomond,

Ranalagh,

Cavan,
Desmond,

Inchiquin,
Barrymore, :

Clancarty,
Meath,

Orrery,
Ofsory, :

Mountrath,
Roscommon,

Waterford *,
Londonderry,

Drogheda,
Donnegall,

Mount-Alexander,
Arran, ..
Conway,

Longford,
Carberry,

Tyrone.
.." "Viscounts — 30.
Grandison,

Kilmurry,
Wilmot,

Valentia,
Lofcus of Ely, Maryborough,
Swords,

Castleton, * For the revival and precedence of the earldom of Watera ford, see p. 193.

Chaworth,

Down,

Chaworth, Sligo, Waterford, Strangford, Tuam, Cashell, Carlow, Cullen, Shannon, Mafsareene, Dromore,

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Barons — 23. Kingfale,

Leitrim, Kerry,

Donamore, Howth,

Blaney, Mountjoy,

Killard, Folliot,

Kingston,
Maynard,

Colooney,
Dundalk,
Digby,

Lowth,
Lifford,

Glawnally, Herbert,

Altham, Loghlin,

Castlesteward. Coleraine,

Santry,

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Marquis of Antrim.

Earls - 6.
Clanrickard,

Fingall, Castlehaven,

Caftlemayne, Westmeath,

Carlingford.

Viscounts --- 21. Costello,

Kingsland, Mayo,

Mountgarret, Merrion,

Dowth,
Fairfax,

Evagh,
Fitz Williams, Kilmallock,
Gormanston,

Ikerrin,
Fermoy,

Glanmaleyra, Rathcoole,

Claine, Balfour,

Down, Brounker,

Tracy. Galmoy,

Barons - 11. Athenry,

Dunsany, Cahir,

Dunboyn, Baltimore,

Upper Offory, Strabane,

Castleconnell, Slane,

Brittas, Trimbleston,

In all one hundred and nineteen peers; which, with twenty-two bishops, make the total one hundred and forty-one lords in the year one thousand six hundred and eighty-one.

The number of the Irish peers, with the bishops, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety, were two hundred.

The number of the commons in the year one thousand six hundred and thirteen were two hundred and thirty-two. In the year one thousand six hundred and sixty-six, they were two hundred and seventy-six, as appears from lifts in the Journals. After the Revolution they appear to be three hundred from the same documents; at which number they have since stood, as no boroughs have been created and enabled to send members to parliament in Ireland since the Revolution.

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