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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695William JephsonTo enable William Jephson, esquire, to sell part of his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.9 William III c.5 (private)
1695Oliver JonesFor settlement of the estate of Oliver Jones, esquire, according to his will.Not Enacted
1695John Ormesby, Gilbert OrmesbyTo enable John Ormesby, esquire, to raise 3,000 to make good an agreement and decree in chancery between him and Gilbert Ormesby.9 William III c.3 (private)
1695William PonsonbyTo enable Colonel William Ponsonby to settle a jointure on his wife, and raise portions for younger children.9 William III c.8 (private)
1695Francis, Lord Viscount Shannon; Richard Boyle; Elizabeth BoyleTo empower Francis, Lord Viscount Shannon, and Richard Boyle, esquire, grandson to the said Lord Shannon, to settle a rent charge of 500 a year on Mrs Elizabeth Boyle, as a jointure.7 William III c.5 (private)
1695Sir Francis BlundellTo enable [Sir Francis Blundell] to raise 2,000, part of 3,000 settled upon his daughter now living, and which by the said settlement is made payable after the death of the said Sir Francis, upon such lands and rectories as are liable to the payment of the said 3,000 by the deed of settlement.Not Enacted
1695Richard BurtFor securing of lands purchased from Richard Burt, merchant, in the county of Cork.Not Enacted
1695Earl of CavanFor the relief of the earl of Cavan and his family against fraudulent purchasers.Not Enacted
1695James Waller, Richard WallerFor the relief of James Waller, esquire, and the settlement of the estate of Richard Waller of Castletown, esquire.7 William III c.5 (private)
1697Richard Fagan; William Plunkett; Thomas Lord ConingsbyFor confirming the outlawries and attainders of Richard Fagan and William Plunkett, esquires, and for confirming of letters patents made and granted to Thomas Lord Coningsby.Not Enacted
1697Mary Lady Dillon and Sir John DillonFor lessening the jointure of Mary Lady Dillon, settled on her in marriage, and freeing Sir John Dillon from debts contracted by her.Not Enacted
1697John Eyre; Anne, lady dowager of LouthTo preserve the several rights of John Eyre, esquire, and Anne, lady dowager of Louth, his wife, Charles Plunket and Rose Plunket, children of the said Anne, lady dowager of Louth, to the estate of Matthew, late lord baron of Louth.Not Enacted
1697Henry, Lord FolliotTo enable Henry Lord Folliot to settle a jointure and makes leases for lives, or terms of years, and charge his estate with a sum not exceeding 5,000 for provision of younger children, etc.9 William III c.1 (private)
1697William Barton, John UsherFor securing to William Barton and John Usher their several interests in some lands in the county of Louth.9 William III c.10 (private)
1697Sir Francis BlundellTo enable Sir Francis Blundell, baronet, to raise 2,000 on his estate for his daughters portion.Not Enacted
1697William, earl of InchiquinEmpowering William, earl of Inchiquin, to make leases for lives.Not Enacted
1697Christopher IrvinTo secure the interest of Captain Christopher Irvin and others in several lands in the county of Fermanagh.Not Enacted
1698Hugh MorganTo enable Hugh Morgan, esquire, to raise 2,100 on his estate for provision of his younger children10 William III c.3 (private)
1698Sir William ParsonsFor enabling Sir William Parsons, baronet, to charge his estate with 2,200.10 William III c.1 (private)
1698William PonsonbyTo supply the defects and for the better execution of an act entitled an act to enable Colonel William Ponsonby to settle a jointure on his wife and raise portions for his younger children.10 William III c.2 (private)
1698Abel RamTo enable Abel Ram, esquire, son and heir and executor of Sir Abel Ram, knight, to sell certain lands of the said Sir Abel Ram.Not Enacted
1698John BakerFor enabling John Baker, a minor, to raise money on his estate for the payment of his brother [sic] and sisters portions.Not Enacted
1698Edward Denny, Sir James CotterFor relief of Edward Denny esquire against Sir James Cotter knight.Not Enacted
1698Sir Robert Hamilton; Arthur Brownlow; Arthur, earl of GranardTo enable Sir Robert Hamilton, baronet, and Arthur Brownlow, esquire, trustees for Arthur, earl of Granard, to mortgage part of his estate for payment of debts and his sister's portion.Not Enacted
1703Walter ButlerFor the relief of Walter Butler, junior, only son and heir apparent of Colonel Walter Butler of Mumphin in the county of Wexford.Not Enacted
1703John BakerFor relief of Mr John Baker.Not Enacted
1703Margaret Culme[For relief of Margaret Culme.]Not Enacted
1703Francis Edgeworth, Arthur CulmeTo enable trustees to sell part of the estate of Arthur Culme, esquire, deceased, for payment of 1,200 due to Francis Edgeworth, esquire.Not Enacted
1703David PowerTo enable David Power, gentleman, to settle a jointure on his present wife, or any after-taken wife, and to charge his real estate with portions for his younger children.Not Enacted
1703James, duke of Ormond; Charles, earl of ArranTo confirm the sales, fee farms and leases made by James, duke of Ormond, and Charles, earl of Arran, and to enlarge a period for making fee farms until Michaelmas 1705, and to enable the earl of Arran to sell lands to the value of 100 per annum if need be.2 Anne c.1 (private)
1705John MagillFor sale of part of the estate of John Magill of Gill Hall in the county of Down, esquire, and for settling an equivalent in other parts of his estate in lieu thereof.4 Anne c.4 (private)
1705Henry, baron of ShelburneTo confirm and make good a sale made by Henry, lord baron of Shelburne, of certain woods in the county of Kerry.4 Anne c.1 (private)
1705James Coghlan, Felix Coghlan, John CoghlanFor the relief of Captain James Coghlan and Felix Coghlan, the surviving Protestant sons of John Coghlan of Cloghan.4 Anne c.5 (private)
1707Richard, Lord Bellew of DuleekFor settling the estate of Anne, Lady Viscountess Dowager of Clanmalier, on Richard, Lord Bellew, baron of Duleek, and for raising 3,000 thereout, for the portion of Mary Nugent, niece of the said Lady Clanmalier, and wife of Francis Bermingham, eldest son of Edward, lord baron of Athenree.6 Anne c.1 (private)
1707Arthur, Viscount DoneraileTo enable the Right Honourable Arthur, Lord Viscount Doneraile, to make leases of his estate, and to sell part thereof, and with the money arising thereby to purchase other lands to the same uses.6 Anne c.3 (private)
1707James, duke of Ormond; Charles, earl of ArranTo enlarge the time for executing several powers and authorities given to James, duke of Ormond, and Charles Weston, earl of Arran, by several former acts of parliament, and for making effectual and confirming the bargains, sales, fee-farms and leases made by the said duke and earl.6 Anne c.2 (private)
1707Patrick Cusack, Augustin NugentFor the relief of Patrick Cusack and Augustin Nugent, gentlemen.6 Anne c.8 (private)
1707Anthony, Lord Viscount Gormanstown; Margaret, Viscountess GormanstownFor sale of part of the estate of Anthony, called Lord Viscount Gormanstown, for payment of his debts and for settling a jointure on Margaret, Viscountess Gormanstown, in lieu of a rent charge payable to her out of the said viscounts estate.Not Enacted
1707Tuam archdioceseFor settling the proportions for tithes called quarter parts in the diocese of Tuam on the incumbents who have actual cure of souls and for uniting the wardenship of Galway to the archbishop of Tuam in lieu thereof.Not Enacted
1709Earl of CavanFor the relief of the Right Honourable Richard, earl of Cavan, in relation to several encumbrances contracted by Charles, late earl of Cavan, on his estate in this kingdom of Ireland, and other dispositions made thereof by him.Not Enacted
1709John WhiteTo enable [John White] to raise money out of his estate by sale, mortgage, or otherwise, for payment of portions to his younger brother and sister, and other debts affecting the said estate, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1709Sir Montague BlundellTo enable Sir Montague Blundell, baronet, a minor, to make a settlement of his estate on his marriage, notwithstanding his infancy.8 Anne c.3 (private)
1709Richard BoltonTo enable Richard Bolton, of Braziel, in the county of Dublin, esquire, to charge his real estate for the portions of his daughters and younger sons.Not Enacted
1710Frances, countess of Newburgh, wife of Richard Lord BellewFor confirming to the Right Honourable Frances, countess of Newburgh, wife of Richard Lord Bellew, the provisions formerly made for the jointure of the said countess, and confirming certain estates and uses limited by a certain indenture herein mentioned, and for providing portions for the younger daughters of the said Richard Lord Bellew and the countess of Newburgh.9 Anne c.3 (private)
1710John HackettFor the relief of John Hackett, esquire, to enable him to sue for the arrears of rent, and to vest the surplus of his late father's estate in him and his heirs.Not Enacted
1710Richard BoltonTo enable Richard Bolton of Braziell in the county of Dublin and kingdom of Ireland, esquire, to charge his real estate with the sum of 5,000 for the portions of his daughters and younger sons.Not Enacted
1715William FordTo enable William Ford of the city of Limerick, esquire, to settle a jointure, or make some other provision for his present wife, in case she happens to survive him.2 George I c.3 (private)
1715James HamiltonFor sale of part of the estate of James Hamilton, late of Bangor in the county of Down, esquire, deceased, for raising his daughters portions.2 George I c.4 (private)
1715William WallFor better enabling William Wall of Coolnemuckey in County Waterford, esquire, to sell certain woods.2 George I c.2 (private)
1717William SmithFor sale of a moiety of the lands of Duray, and of the other lands in the half barony of Ross, and county of Galway, part of the estate of William Smith, esquire, for the payment of 800 chargeable thereon, and for purchasing other lands to be settled to the same uses.4 George I c.1 (private)
1717Richard Edwards, John EdwardsTo enable Richard Edwards and John Edwards, esquires, to charge the sum of 1,500 on part of the estate of the said Richard Edwards, and for raising portions for the younger children of the said John Edwards and for other uses mentioned in the said act, and for settling a jointure on Jane, the wife of the said John Edwards.4 George I c.2 (private)
1719John BinghamTo enable John Bingham, esquire, to settle a competent jointure on such wife as he shall marry, and to charge his estate with portions for his younger children.6 George I c.3 (private)
1719Sir John Byrne, Charles Wilcocks, Joshua Wilcocks, Thomas WilcocksFor vesting the lands of Coolbanagher alias Coolbanacree alias Colebanagher, Kilgenny, Ballyraghan, Ballynabegg, Glanballyfin and Shanebegg, and the woods thereon, lying and being in the Queen's County in Sir John Byrne, baronet, a minor, and his heirs, subject to the sum of 2,500 to be raised by mortgage of the lands, or a competent part thereof, or by the sale of the said woods, to be paid to the heirs, executors, administrators or representatives of Charles Wilcocks, Joshua Wilcocks and Thomas Wilcocks, deceased, respectively.6 George I c.7 (private)
1721Earl of Antrim[For empowering the Right Honourable Randal Earl of Antrim to take fines and grant fee farms or leases for lives, of his estate in Co. Antrim, to Protestants, not lessening the present rent, in order to raise money for discharging encumbrances, and making provision for daughters and younger children].Not Enacted
1721Countess dowager of Antrim and Lady Helena MacDonnellFor further securing the jointure of Rachel, Countess Dowager of Antrim, widow and relict of Randal, late Earl of Antrim, deceased, and for providing a portion for the Lady Helena MacDonnell.Not Enacted
1723George MathewFor enabling George Mathew, junior, son and heir apparent of George Mathew, of Thomastown, in the county of Tipperary, esquire, to settle a jointure, and make provision for younger children, and other purposes.10 George I c.2 (private)
1723Henry Percy, Emerson PercyTo enable Henry Percy, esquire, and Emerson Percy, his son and heir apparent, to make a settlement on any wife said Emerson may marry, and to make provision for younger children.10 George I c.3 (private)
1723William Longfield, Robert Longfield, Edward EustaceTo enable William Longfield, of Kilbride, in the county of Meath, esquire and Robert Longfield, of Castlemary, in the county of Cork, esquire to make fee farms, or leases for lives renewable for ever, of the lands and tenements herein after mentioned, by and with consent of Edward Eustace, of Castlemore, in the county of Carlow, esquire.10 George I c.4 (private)
1723John ChichesterFor the better settling of the manor of Dunbrody, in the county of Wexford, on the honourable John Chichester, esquire, for life, with power to settle a jointure on any wife he shall marry, and for raising portions for younger children.10 George I c.6 (private)
1723Martha, Viscountess Blessington; Charles, Lord Viscount BlessingtonFor making a provision, by way of jointure, for the Right Honourable Martha, Lady Viscountess Blessinton, in case she shall survive her husband Charles, Lord Viscount Blessinton.10 George I c.11 (private)
1723Mathew Plunkett, called lord baron of LouthTo enable Mathew Plunkett, esquire, commonly called lord baron of Louth, to settle a jointure, or make some other provision for his present wife, in case she shall happen to survive him.Not Enacted
1725Sir Pierce Butler, Richard Butler, Sir Thomas Butler, Dame Anne ButlerTo enable Sir Pierce Butler, baronet, and Richard Butler, esquire, son and heir of James Butler, esquire, deceased, only brother of the said Pierce Butler, to make a further settlement of the estate lately belonging to Sir Thomas Butler, deceased, for the benefit of themselves and their family, without prejudice to the jointure of Dame Anne Butler, wife of the said Sir Pierce, or to the provisions made for their issue by the settlement made on their marriage by the said Sir Thomas Butler.12 George I c.5 (private)
1725Price HartstongeFor enabling Price Hartstonge, of Bruffe, in the county of Limerick, esquire, to raise the some of 2000 by mortgage of all or any part of the lands of Court and Colum, in the said county, for the purposes therein mentioned.12 George I c.3 (private)
1725John, Lord Molesworth; Richard MolesworthFor enabling the Right Honourable John, Lord Molesworth, and Richard Molesworth, and the several other persons in remainder for life, when in possession of certain lands near St Stephen's Green and Dawson Street, in the county and city of Dublin, to make leases thereof.12 George I c.1 (private)
1725Charles PlunketFor sale of part of the lands of Dillonstown, and other lands in the county of Louth, and for settling in lieu thereof the lands of Portlaghan, and other lands in the County of Tipperary to the same uses the said Louth estate is settled.Not Enacted
1727William ParsonsFor the relief of the younger children of William Parsons, esquire, deceased.1 George II c.3 (private)
1729John OdellFor the relief of the younger children of John Odell, esquire, deceased.3 George II c.3 (private)
1729Henry Kenney; Elizabeth Kenney, alias DodwellTo enable Henry Kenney, esquire, and Elizabeth Kenney, alias Dodwell, his wife, to sell the said Elizabeth's estate, lying and dispersed in the counties of Roscommon, Westmeath, town of Athlone, and city of Dublin, far distant from the said Henry's mansion house and estate in county Wexford, and with the money arising by such sale to purchase other lands more contiguous, to be settled to the same uses mentioned in their marriage articles.3 George II c.5 (private)
1729Richard WolseleyTo enable Richard Wolseley, esquire, and other persons interested in common with him in the manor and lands of Moynart, and other lands in county Wexford, and the woods thereon, to come to a partition and division thereof.3 George II c.4 (private)
1731Hayes St Leger; Elizabeth St Leger, alias DeaneTo enable Hayes St Leger, esquire, and Elizabeth St Leger, alias Deane, his wife, to sell the estate of said Elizabeth, lying dispersed in the counties of Dublin, Meath, Kilkenny, and Wexford, far distant from the said Hayes St Ledger's estate and place of residence in the county of Cork, and with the money arising by such sale to purchase other lands more contiguous, to be settled to same uses, to which the said lands so to be sold are limited.5 George II c.3 (private)
1731Bellingham BoyleTo enable Bellingham Boyle, esquire, to make leases, and settle a jointure upon any woman he shall marry, out of the towns, lands, tenements, and hereditaments comprised in his grandfather's settlement.5 George II c.1 (private)
1733William GrahamFor the sale of part of the settled estate of William Graham, of Drogheda, esquire, and for settling other lands in lieu thereof, and for other purposes therein mentioned.7 George II c.2 (private)
1735Richard BoltonFor the better and further securing the sum of 1500 sterling mentioned and intended as a provision for Richard Bolton, Loftus Bolton and Nicholas Bolton, younger sons of Richard Bolton, late of Brazil in the county of Dublin, esquire, deceased in and by the settlement made by the said Richard Bolton and Edward Bolton, his eldest son on the marriage of the said Edward.Not Enacted
1737Charles CooteTo enable Charles Coote, of Cootehill, in the county of Cavan, esquire, to charge his estate settled on his intermarriage, with a further sum of 8000 for the portions and provisions of three or more younger children, whether sons or daughters, or both, so as the same, with the sum of 4000 charged thereon by the said settlement, do not amount to more than 2000 apiece for such younger children, if equally divided, upon the consideration therein mentioned.11 George II c.1 (private)
1737Francis HeatonFor establishing and confirming a partition of certain lands, late of the estate of Francis Heaton of Ballyskenagh alias Mount Heaton, in the King's county, esquire, deceased, and to subject the said partition to an equal proportion of the encumbrances affecting the said lands.Not Enacted
1739Francis HeatonFor establishing and confirming a partition of certain lands, late the estate of Francis Heaton of Ballyskenagh, alias Mount-Heaton, in the King's county, esquire, deceased, and to subject the said partition to an equal proportion of the encumbrances affecting the said lands.13 George II c.3 (private)
1739Bellingham BoyleTo enable Bellingham Boyle, esquire, to raise the sum of 3,500 by way of mortgage upon the lands comprised in his grandfather's settlement.13 George II c.4 (private)
1741Andrew Savage, Roger Hall, Catherine Hall, otherwise SavageFor vesting the estate of Andrew Savage, esquire, in the county of Down, in trustees, upon trust, by sale or mortgage or a competent part thereof, to raise the sum of 3000 to be paid to Roger Hall esquire as the portion of Catherine Hall, otherwise Savage, his wife, and he interest thereof, and for settling the residue and remainder of the estate to the several uses and purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1743William, earl of Kerry, and Gertrude, countess of KerryFor enabling the Right Honourable William, earl of Kerry, to make a good jointure of 600 a year, agreed by him to be settled on Gertrude, countess of Kerry, before his intermarriage with her.17 George II, c.1 (private)
1745William Sprigge, Sir Lawrence Parsons, Thomas BurghFor establishing and confirming a partition of certain lands lying in the King's county, counties of Kildare and Westmeath, late the estate of William Sprigge of Clonivoe in the King's county, esquire, deceased, agreed to be made between Sir Lawrence Parsons of Parsonstown in the King's county, baronet, and Thomas Burgh of Oldtown in the county of Kildare, esquire, and for enabling the said Sir Laurence Parsons to make one or more lease or leases for 31 years or three lives of his part of the said lands, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 George II c.1 (private)
1747Mary, Viscountess Dowager MolesworthTo enable the Right Honourable Mary, Viscountess Dowager Molesworth, to make a lease or leases of certain messuages, curtillages and gardens in the lord chief baron's yard, and on the Blind-Quay, in the city of Dublin, for the term of 99 years.21 George II c.3 (private)
1747Abraham CreichtonTo confirm and carry into execution certain articles of agreement entered into by and between Abraham Creichton, esquire, on behalf of himself and of Elizabeth Creichton, otherwise Rogerson, his wife, David Rogerson Creichton, John Creichton and Abraham Creichton, sons of the said Abraham Creichton and Elizabeth, his wife, all infants under the age of 21 years, and William Todd, esquire, on behalf of himself and Frances Joanna Todd otherwise Columbine, his wife, concerning such residue of the real and personal estate of Francis Harrison, esquire, deceased, as shall remain unsold and indisposed of, after the full execution of the trusts relating to the said real and personal estate, mentioned and contained in an act, made in the 7th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Samuel Burton, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison, and in one other act, made in the 9th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for continuing and amending an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Samuel Burton, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison.21 George II c.4 (private)
1749Robert Warren, William WarrenTo enable Robert Warren and William Warren, esquires, to come to a partition or division of several lands, tenements, and hereditaments in the county of Cork and in the city of Cork.23 George II c.2 (private)
1751Joseph, bishop of Kilmore; WilliamGoreTo enable the Right Reverend Father in God, Joseph Lord bishop of Kilmore, and his successors, to exchange certain lands belonging to said see, with William Gore, of Woodford, esquire.25 George II c.1 (private)
1753Henry Arthur, earl of PowisFor rectifying a mistake in a conveyance in fee farm made by Henry Arthur, earl of Powis, of the manor of Mount-Eagle, Loyal, and diverse towns, lands, and hereditaments in the county of Kerry, and making the same conveyance effectual for the purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1753Edmund Sexton Pery, Reverend William Cecil Pery, Reverend Henry SmithTo enable Edmund Sexton Pery, esquire, and the Reverend William Cecil Pery, clerk, respectively, to make leases for any terms of years, or lives, with or without covenants of renewal, of several lands and premises in the city and county of Limerick, and to confirm a lease made to the Reverend Henry Smith, clerk.Not Enacted
1755James Tisdall, Rose McCauslandFor sale of the manor or reputed manor of Mountfield in the Co. Tyrone, and of several lands and rents, parcel or reputed parcel of the said manor, for the uses mentioned in the settlement made previous to the intermarriage of James Tisdall the younger, esquire, with Rose McCausland.29 George II c.2 (private)
1757John Allen JohnsonTo enable and empower certain trustees to demise or lease certain houses and ground in the city and suburbs of the city of Dublin in the kingdom of Ireland, the estate of John Allen Johnson, a minor, under the age of 21 years, for any number of years, or for lives, with or without covenants of renewal forever, in possession or reversion.31 George II c.4 (private)
1757Arthur Hill; Ann Hill, otherwise Stafford; Reverend Samuel HutchinsonTo enable the parties in a suit now depending in his majesty's court of chancery in Ireland, wherein the Right Honourable Arthur Hill, esquire, and Ann Hill, otherwise Stafford his wife, are plaintiffs, and the Reverend Samuel Hutchinson, dean of Dromore, and several others, are defendants, to raise the sum of 5,500 and interest, and to pay the same to the plaintiffs, pursuant to an agreement, in order finally to end the said suit amicably, as also to raise the money expended by the defendants in defending the said suit, and to defray the expenses that shall attend the passing of this act, and to enable Henry Hutchinson O'Hara, esquire, and also the Reverend Hutchinson Hamilton, clerk, and Charles Hamilton, esquire, to make leases of certain lands in this bill particularly mentioned, and to preserve the contingent remainders limited by the will of the Right Reverend Francis Hutchinson, late lord bishop of Down and Connor, from being defeated and destroyed.31 George II c.5 (private)
1757Pigot Parsons St George; William and Laurence Parsons; Sir Ralph Gore St GeorgeTo enable Pigot Parsons St George, esquire, William Parsons, esquire, William Parsons and Laurence Parsons, minors, under the age of 21 years, sons of the said William Parsons, to sell one undivided 3rd part of the several lands in the county of Galway, for the payment of charges and encumbrances affecting the same, and other purposes therein mentioned, and to enable Sir Ralph Gore St George, baronet, to sell and dispose of the manor, deer park, towns and lands of Manor Hamilton in the co. Leitrim, part of his settled estate, and with the money arising from the sale of the said lands, to purchase the undivided 3rd part of the said lands in the co. Galway, and settle the same to the same uses that the said manor, town and lands of Manor Hamilton are settled.31 George II c.2 (private)
1757Thomas ShawFor vesting the estate of Thomas Shaw of the town of Galway, esquire, in trustees, to be sold for the payment of encumbrances affecting the same.31 George II c.6 (private)
1757John BaylyTo supply an omission in a settlement made on the intermarriage of John Bayly of Desborough in the county of Tipperary esquire, and to confirm the remainders limited by the said settlement to the sons of the said John Bayly, by an after taken wife.31 George II c.1 (private)
1759Garrett MooreFor vesting part of the estate of Garrett Moore, esquire, in trustees, to be sold for payment of encumbrances affecting the same, prior to his marriage.33 George II c.3 (private)
1761Henry CrokerTo enable Henry Croker, esquire, to make leases of his estate of three lives, or 31 years, at a full improved rent, and to charge his estate with a jointure for any wife he shall marry, not exceeding 500 by the year.1 George III c.3 (private)
1761Francis Pierpoint BurtonFor rectifying a mistake in the marriage settlement of Francis Pierpoint Burton, esquire, with Elizabeth, his present wife, and for vesting the said Francis Pierpoint Burtons estate in the county of Limerick in him the said Francis Pierpoint Burton, his heirs and assigns forever.1 George III c.1 (private)
1763Lovett AsheTo confirm a settlement bearing date the 28th of August 1756, made in pursuance of articles entered into by Lovett Ashe, esquire, previous to his intermarriage with Waller Lloyd, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1765Nicholas ArchdallFor enabling the executors of Nicholas Archdall, esquire, and others, to make building leases of certain grounds in the county of Dublin, devised and bequeathed to and for the use of his widow and his younger children.5 George III c.5 (private)
1765Lovett AsheTo confirm a settlement bearing date the 28th of August 1756, made in pursuance of articles entered into by Lovett Ashe, esquire, previous to his intermarriage with Waller Lloyd, and for other purposes.5 George III c.3 (private)
1765Thomas ConollyFor sale of part of the estates devised to the Right Honourable Thomas Conolly for life, with remainders over by the will and codicil of his father the Right Honourable William Conolly, deceased, for the payment of several encumbrances affecting the lands so devised, and for the settling of other estates in lieu thereof to the uses in the said will and codicil, and in the marriage settlement of the said Thomas Conolly.5 George III c.8 (private)
1765Pierce Creagh, Catharine QuinnTo supply an omission in a settlement made on the intermarriage of Pierce Creagh of Dangan in the county of Clare, esquire, with Catharine Quinn, daughter of Valentine Quinn of Adair in the county of Limerick, esquire.5 George III c.2 (private)
1765John CrokerTo enable John Croker, esquire, to charge the estates to which he became entitled under his grandfathers will, with any sum not exceeding 7,000 as portions and provisions for his younger children.Not Enacted
1765Richard Fitzgerald, Caroline FitzgeraldTo enable Richard Fitzgerald, esquire, the guardian of Caroline Fitzgerald, a minor, to make building leases of grounds in the towns of Mitchelstown and Kildorrery in the county of Cork, and in the town of Ballyporeen in the county of Tipperary, and leases for 31 years or three lives, of such other parts of the said minors estates as are or shall be out of lease during her minority.Not Enacted
1765John Hatton, Henry HattonTo enable John Hatton, esquire, to make longer leases of certain houses, tenements, plots of ground and lands within the town and liberties in the barony of Forth and county of Wexford, than he is at present empowered to make by the will of his father, Henry Hatton.Not Enacted
1765Edmond Sexten PeryTo enable Edmond Sexten Pery, esquire, to make building leases of certain lands in the city of Limerick and in St Francis's Abbey, in the county of Limerick, and for other purposes.5 George III c.1 (private)
1767John CrokerTo enable John Croker, esquire, to charge certain lands in the county of Limerick with a certain sum of money for portions for his younger children.7 George III c.3 (private)
1767William Green; Letitia Green; James Barry; Elizabeth Barry, otherwise GreenFor confirming and establishing an agreement made between William Green, esquire, Letitia Green, spinster, James Barry, esquire, Elizabeth Barry, otherwise Green, his wife, concerning the family estates of the said William, Letitia and Elizabeth, and for making the said agreement effectual, and for other purposes.7 George III c.7 (private)
1769Thomas Marlay, Hugh CroftonFor making and confirming a partition of the undivided estate of Thomas Marlay, esquire, and Hugh Crofton, a minor under the age of 21 years, and for giving power to make leases and settle a jointure, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1769Sir John Freke; George EvansTo enable [Sir John Freke, of Castle-Freke, in the county of Cork, baronet] to raise by sale, mortgage or demise of a competent part of his estate, such sum or sums of money as will be sufficient for the immediate payment and discharge of the provisions and portions charged thereon, for the brothers and sisters of George Evans, late of Bulgadinhall, in the county of Limerick, deceased, and also for the immediate payment and discharge of the real debts of the said George Evans, pursuant to the directions in his will, and the expenses of the said act, and also to enable [Sir John Freke], and Ralph and Percy Evans, to make the usual and customary leases, for three lives, or 31 years, of such parts of the said estate as shall not be sold for the purposes aforesaid.Not Enacted
1771ARichard, earl of ShannonFor vesting in trustees, for the purposes therein mentioned, part of the estates settled on the marriage of the Right Honourable Richard, earl of Shannon, and for settling other estates in lieu thereof.11 George III c.1 (private)
1771BJohn, Lord EyreFor vesting part of the settled estate of the Right Honourable John, Lord Eyre, baron of Eyre Court, in trustees, and their heirs, to be sold in lieu and stead of part of the said settled estate, and for other purposes.11 & 12 George III c.2 (private)
1771BThomas Marlay, Hugh CroftonFor making and confirming a partition of an undivided estate of Thomas Marlay, esquire, and Hugh Crofton, a minor under the age of 21 years, and for giving power to make leases and settle a jointure, and for other purposes.11 & 12 George III c.1 (private)
1771BUsher, baron of Hatley St George; Elizabeth, Lady StGeorgeFor ratifying and confirming certain leases for lives renewable forever, of certain grounds in and adjoining to Dominick Street in the city of Dublin, made by the Right Honourable Usher, Lord St George, baron of Hatley St George, and Elizabeth, Lady StGeorge, his wife, against them, and against the issue of their bodies, and all other person and persons claiming or to claim under the settlement made upon their intermarriage.11 & 12 George III c.3 (private)
1771BSydenham SingletonTo enable Sydenham Singleton of the city of Dublin, esquire, to make provisions for his younger children.Not Enacted
1773Luke Gardiner, Charles GardinerTo enable Luke Gardiner, esquire, to make leases for long terms of several parts of the estate in the county and county of the city of Dublin devised to him by the Right Honourable Luke Gardiner, the elder, deceased, and also to make a provision for the younger children of the Right Honourable Charles Gardiner, deceased, and for other purposes.13 & 14 George III c.2 (private)
1773Barry DennyTo enable Barry Denny of Tralee in the county of Kerry, esquire, and certain other persons, to make leases of certain messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments.13 & 14 George III c.6 (private)
1773Earl of Roden; bishop of Cork; John BloomfieldTo enable the right honourable earl of Roden and the Right Honourable and Right Reverend Isaac, lord bishop of Cork and Ross to raise by sale or mortgage of the town and lands within mentioned, or a competent part thereof, the sum of 9,000, also to sell and dispose of the fee of inheritance of certain other towns and lands, and certain freehold and leasehold interests within also mentioned, in order to augment a fund for payment of the encumbrances and charges affecting the estate and lands of John Bloomfield, esquire, pursuant to the trusts and directions in his will, and for other purposes.13 & 14 George III c.3 (private)
1773John, Lord EyreFor explaining and amending an act entitled an act for vesting part of the settled estate of the Right Honourable John, Lord Eyre, baron of Eyre Court, in trustees, and their heirs, to be sold in lieu and stead of part of the said settled estate, and for other purposes.13 & 14 George III c.1 (private)
1777James, earl of Courtown; Elizabeth, countess dowager of CourtownFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments therein mentioned, part of the estate of the Right Honourable James, earl of Courtown, and of Elizabeth, countess dowager of Courtown, in trustees, to be sold for the purpose of raising a sum of 24,000 sterling, for paying the portions of the younger children of the said countess (the brothers and sisters of the said earl) and for other purposes.17 & 18 George III c.2 (private)
1777William Trench, Nicholas KeatingFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments therein mentioned, part of the estate of William Power Keating Trench of Garbally in the county of Galway, esquire, and formerly the estate of Nicholas Keating of the city of Dublin, esquire, deceased, in trustees, to be sold for the purposes of raising a sum of 20,000 to discharge the encumbrances affecting the settled estate of the said William Power Keating Trench, and for settling the certain parts of the said settled estate to the uses mentioned in the said Nicholas Keating, in lieu of and of equal value to the lands so to be sold, and for other purposes therein mentioned.17 & 18 George III c.3 (private)
1777Richard BourkeTo enable Richard Bourke of Castleconnell in the county of Limerick by sale or mortgage to raise a sum of money for younger children, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1777Edward Fitzgerald, Rachel GradyTo enable Edward Fitzgerald of Carrigoran in the county of Clare, esquire, to charge the lands, tenements and hereditaments comprised in certain deeds of lease and release, entered into upon his marriage with his late wife, Rachel Grady, deceased, daughter of Standish Grady, the elder, then of Elton, but now of Capper Cullen in the county of Limerick, esquire, with a jointure or provision for wife or wives, to be hereafter taken by the said Edward Fitzgerald.17 & 18 George III c.8 (private)
1777Patrick D'ArcyTo enable Patrick Darcy of Kiltullagh in the county of Galway, esquire, grand nephew and heir of Patrick Darcy late of Kiltullagh, aforesaid, esquire, deceased, to charge the lands and hereditaments in the counties of Galway and Mayo, which were the estate of the said Patrick Darcy, deceased, with a jointure or provision for his present wife, Mary Darcy, or any after taken wife, and also to enable the said Patrick Darcy, the grand nephew, and the several persons to whom remainders are limited of the estates hereinafter therein mentioned of the said Patrick Darcy, deceased, when they shall respectively become seized of the said estate to make leases thereof for three lives or thirty one years.17 & 18 George III c.4 (private)
1777Lord and Lady Kingsborough; Lord KingstonTo enable the Honourable Robert King, commonly called Lord Kingsborough, and the Caroline King, his wife, and the survivor of them to make leases of the estates of the Right Honourable James, late lord baron of Kingston, and to charge the same with any sum not exceeding 23,000 for the portions of their younger children.17 & 18 George III c.5 (private)
1779Edward BeverTo enable Edward Bever of Feltrim in the county of Dublin, esquire, to make leases of certain towns, lands and premises, part of his estate, situate in the county of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.5 (private)
1779Murrough, earl of InchiquinFor vesting certain lands and premises therein mentioned, part of the estate of the Right Honourable Murrough, earl of Inchiquin, in trustees, for raising a sum not exceeding 30,000 by sale or mortgage of a competent part of the said estates, to be applied for the protection, enlargement and improvement of the said estates, and for quieting and compounding claims relative thereto.19 & 20 George III c.1 (private)
1779William SherlockTo enable William Sherlock, esquire, to make leases, and to charge portions for his younger children, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.4 (private)
1779John and Charles EchlinTo enable John Echlin, esquire, to charge certain lands in the county of Down with a provision for younger children, and also to enable Charles Echlin, esquire, the eldest son of the said John Echlin, to charge the said lands and premises with a jointure for a wife and a provision for his younger children.Not Enacted
1781Francis, Viscount Glerawley; Arthur Annesley; Arthur Plunkett, called earl of FingalRatifying an agreement made between Francis Charles, Lord Viscount Glerawley, and Arthur Annesley, esquire, and Arthur James Plunkett, esquire, commonly called earl of Fingal, touching the lands of Killallon in the county of Meath, and for other purposes.21 & 22 George III c.1 (private)
1781Edmond, Viscount MountgarrettFor confirming and establishing an agreement made between the Right Honourable Edmond, Lord Viscount Mountgarrett, as well on behalf of himself as on behalf of his sons, the Honourable Edmond Butler, the Honourable Somerset Richard Butler, the Honourable Henry Butler and the Honourable Pierce Butler, of the one part, and the Honourable and Reverend Richard Butler and the Honourable Simon Butler, of the other part, concerning certain parts of the real estate whereof Edmond, Lord Viscount Mountgarrett, their grandfather, and Edmond, Lord Viscount Mountgarrett, their father were in the lifetimes respectively seised, and for putting an end to all controversies respecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.21 & 22 George III c.3 (private)
1783Joshua, Lord CarysfortEnabling the Right Honourable John Joshua, Lord Carysfort, Baron Carysfort to make long leases of his estate in the county of Dublin, and part of his estate in the county of Wicklow.23 & 24 George III c.13 (private)
1783Jonathan Morton PleydellTo enable Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Teignmouth in the Co. Devon in the kingdom of Great Britain, esquire, during his life, and after his decease to empower Jonathan Morton Pleydell, his son, and the daughters of the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell, the elder, when they shall respectively be in possession of his the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder's estate in the counties of Cavan and Meath in the kingdom of Ireland, to make leases of said lands, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1783Thomas, earl of LouthFor vesting certain lands and premises therein mentioned, part of the estate of the Right Honourable Thomas, earl of Louth, in trustees, for raising a sum not exceeding 6,000 by sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof, to be applied to the purposes therein mentioned.23 & 24 George III c.13 (private)
1783Dudley Cosby, Lord Sidney of LeixFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the Queen's County, formerly the estate of the Right Honourable Dudley Alexander Sidney Cosby, late Lord Sidney of Leix and baron of Stradbally, deceased, in trustees for raising a sum of money sufficient to discharge the encumbrances affecting the same and other purposes, and to enable the several persons entitled thereto to make building leases of part thereof.23 & 24 George III c.8 (private)
1785Jonathan Morton PleydellTo enable Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Teignmouth in the county of Devon in the kingdom of Great Britain, esquire, during his life and after his decease to empower Jonathan Morton Pleydell, his son, and the daughters of the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell, the elder, when they shall respectively be in possession of his the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder's estate in the counties of Cavan and Meath in the kingdom of Ireland, to make leases of said lands, and for other purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.10 (private)
1785Sir Ulick BurkeFor vesting certain lands in the county of Galway, late the estate of Sir Ulick Burke, baronet, deceased, in trustees to raise by sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof a sum of 16,000 sterling, for the purpose of paying off encumbrances, and for other family purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.2 (private)
1785Edward Ward; Sir John Parnell; Nicholas, Viscount BangorTo enable the Honourable Edward Ward and Sir John Parnell, baronet, committees of the estates of the Right Honourable Nicholas, Lord Viscount Bangor, a lunatic, to make leases of the estates of the said lunatic.25 George III c.6 (private)
1785St Leger, Baron Doneraile; Hayes St LegerTo enable the Right Honourable St Leger, Lord Baron Doneraile, and his eldest son, the Honourable Hayes St Leger, to settle a jointure on such wife as the said Hayes should marry in the lifetime of his said father, and to secure a provision for the younger children of the said Hayes St Leger by such wife.25 George III c.5 (private)
1785John, earl of GlandoreFor vesting certain lands and premises therein mentioned, the estate of the Right Honourable John, earl of Glandore, in trustees, for raising a sum not exceeding 6,500 by demise, sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof, for the purposes in the said act mentioned, and to enable the said earl of Glandore to make building leases of part thereof.25 George III c.9 (private)
1785Robert EdmistonFor confirming the partition, and establishing an agreement made between Robert Edmiston of Berwick upon Tweed, esquire, and Mary Edmiston, otherwise Barker, his wife, John Hassard of Tuam in the county of Cavan, esquire, and Samuel Hassard, otherwise Barker, his wife, Henry Bolton of Ballycanvan in the county of Waterford, esquire, and Elizabeth Bolton, otherwise Barker, his wife, of the undivided estate of the late Francis Barker of the city of Waterford, esquire, and to enable them to make long leases of such parts of said estate as lie within the liberties of the county of the city of Waterford.Not Enacted
1785Sir Michael CromieFor vesting in trustees certain lands in the counties of Kildare and Mayo, part of the estates of Sir Michael Cromie, baronet, for raising a sum of 13,000 to discharge encumbrances affecting said estate.25 George III c.8 (private)
1786Francis and William RyvesTo enable Francis Ryves, esquire, and William Ryves, esquire, his son, to settle a jointure on such wife as the said William Ryves shall marry in the lifetime of the said Francis, his father, and to provide for younger children.26 George III c.2 (private)
1787Henry, earl of Ely; Ann, countess of ElyTo remove certain doubts which have arisen in the will of Henry, earl of Ely, deceased, relative to the residence of Ann, countess of Ely, within this kingdom.27 George III c.6 (private)
1788Denis DalyFor sale of part of the settled estate of the Right Honourable Denis Daly, for the payment of certain encumbrances affecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.28 George III c.1 (private)
1789Sir John ParnellFor vesting the settled estate in the Queen's County, of the Right Honourable Sir John Parnell, in his second, third, fourth and fifth sons, in the same manner as if his eldest son John Parnell had been dead without issue male, and for providing a maintenance for the said John Parnell during his life.29 George III c.2 (private)
1789Robert, lord baron of Leitrim; Theophilus and Henry Clements; George MontgomeryTo enable the Right Honourable Robert, lord baron of Leitrim, the Right Honourable Theophilus Clements and Henry Clements, esquire, committees of George Montgomery of Ballyconnel in the county of Cavan, esquire, a lunatic, to make leases of the estate of the said lunatic.29 George III c.1 (private)
1790AJoshua, Lord CarysfortTo amend an act, entitled, an act enabling the Right Honourable John Joshua, then lord baron Carysfort, to make long leases of his estate in the county of Dublin, and part of his estate in the county of Wicklow.30 George III c.1 (private)
1790AHenry, Viscount ConynghamFor vesting in trustees the settled estate of Henry, Lord Viscount Conyngham, situate in the county of Limerick, to be sold or mortgaged for the payment of an encumbrance of 12,000 sterling affecting the same, and for payment of the portion provided for the younger children of Francis Pierpoint, late Lord Baron Conyngham, by Elizabeth, Lady Conyngham, his wife, charged on the unsettled estates of the said Henry, Lord Viscount Conyngham, in the said county of Clare and for settling a competent part of the unsettled estate of the said Henry, Lord Viscount Conyngham, in the county of Clare, in lieu of the said estate in the county of Limerick so to be sold or mortgaged as aforesaid, and for other purposes.30 George III c.2 (private)
1791Thomas, earl of LouthFor vesting certain lands and premises, part of the estate of the Right Honourable Thomas, earl of Louth, in trustees, to be sold for the purposes therein mentioned.31 George III c.1 (private)
1791Luke, Baron Mountjoy; Luke GardinerTo enable the Right Honourable Luke, Lord Baron Mountjoy to make reversionary leases of several parts of the estates in the county and county of the city of Dublin, devised to him by the Right Honourable Luke Gardiner, deceased.31 George III c.2 (private)
1791Robert PhaireTo enable the trustees named in the marriage settlement of Robert Phaire of Daphne in the county of Wexford, esquire, effectually to carry into execution the trust in them reposed, and to raise a sufficient sum of money for the purposes therein mentioned.31 George III c.4 (private)
1793Anna Eliza, duchess dowager of Chandos; Lady Anna Eliza Brydges; James Brownlow, George Despard, Caleb Carden and William CardenTo carry into effect an agreement entered into between the most noble Anna Eliza, duchess dowager of Chandos, and the Right Honourable Lady Anna Eliza Brydges, and James Stephens Brownlow, George Despard, Caleb Carden and William Carden, esquires, concerning the manor and estate of Villers in the barony of Upper Ossory in the Queen's County, and for other purposes.33 George III c.3 (private)
1793John Dawson Coates, Elizabeth Duckett, Anna HutchinsonTo enable John Dawson Coates of the city of Dublin, esquire, and his daughters Elizabeth Duckett and Anna Hutchinson, to make leases under certain restrictions of certain estates and lands situate in the counties of Dublin and Meath and county of the city of Dublin, and comprised in and settled by a certain settlement made the 8th day of October in the year 1791.33 George III c.5 (private)
1793George Cockburne and John HusseyTo confirm and establish an agreement of compromise between George Cockburne and John Hussey, esquires, touching the lordships, manors, towns and lands of Rathkenny, Drominstown, otherwise Drumstown, Milltown and Clogher, with their and every of their appurtenances, and also the towns and lands of Galtrim, Boyestown, Rathgowney, other wise Rathgownly, Gallstown, Kenraghstown, Baltrasna, Lennanstown, otherwise Lynanstown, Hanyestown, Ryanhunt, otherwise Raheenhunt and Cowaghstown, with their and every of their appurtenances, and to extinguish the claim of George Cockburne, and all other persons whatsoever in or to the said lands, claiming by, from or under George Cockburne, late of the city of Dublin, esquire, deceased.33 George III c.2 (private)
1793John Tuthill; Elizabeth Tuthill, otherwise JacksonFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Limerick and county of the city of Limerick, part of the settled estate of John Tuthill of the city of Limerick, esquire, in trustees, in order by sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof to raise and pay the sum of 6,000 the portions of the younger children of the said John Tuthill by Elizabeth Tuthill, otherwise Jackson, his wife, and also the sum of 1,333 6s. 8d., part of the portion of Anne Minnitt, otherwise Tuthill, sister of the said John Tuthill, and that such part of said lands and premises as shall remain unsold for the purposes aforesaid may be and remain to the said John Tuthill, his heirs and assigns, in lieu and satisfaction of a sum of 5,500 due to the said John Tuthill, and which said sums of 6,000, 1,333 6s. 8d., and 5,500 are charges affecting the settled estate of the said John Tuthill.33 George III c.8 (private)
1793Henry, earl of ShelburneFor settling to certain uses a part of the real estate devised and directed to be purchased by the will of Henry, earl of Shelburne, deceased, freed from certain uses declared thereof by his will, and by an act of parliament of Great Britain, entitled, an act for vesting part of the real estate devised and directed to be purchased by the will of Henry earl of Shelburne in the kingdom of Ireland and in Token House Yard London, in trustees, to be sold or mortgaged, and for laying out the money arising by such sale or mortgage thereof, in the purchase of manors, lands or hereditaments in England, to be settled to the uses of his said will, and for enabling the persons therein mentioned to grant such leases as are therein expressed.33 George III c.7 (private)
1795John, earl of Clanwilliam; and Richard Meade, called Viscount GilfordFor the sale of certain towns, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Tipperary, the estates of the Right Honourable John, earl of Clanwilliam, and the Right Honourable Richard Meade, commonly called Lord Viscount Gilford, the eldest son and heir apparent of the said John, earl of Clanwilliam, for the purposes therein mentioned, and for settling other estates in the county of Down in lieu thereof, and for other purposes.35 George III c.2 (private)
1796BThomas Walker, John French, Bartholomew BasterotTo make good and valid in law a certain conveyance of lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Galway, executed by Thomas Walker, esquire, committee of John James Martin Francis French, an insane, to Bartholomew Basterot the purchaser thereof, under a decree of the court of chancery in Ireland.[37 George III no. 3 (private)]
1796BJohn Dennis; James, Baron TractonTo enable John Dennis, of the city of Dublin, esquire, barrister-at-law, now in possession, and after his decease the other persons next in remainder, under the will of the late James, lord baron Tracton, deceased, when they shall respectively be in possession, to make a lease or leases for lives renewable for ever, or for as long a tern as the said James, lord baron Tracton, in his lifetime could or might have made of part of the lands or Newton in the county of Dublin, containing by estimation 23 acres.[37 George III no. 2 (private)]
1796BGeorge MontgomeryFor the more effectual and beneficial raising of certain sums of money, decreed by the high court of chancery, to be raised out of the real estates of the counties of Cavan and Fermanagh, of George Montgomery, esquire, a lunatic.Not Enacted
1800Walter Lambert and Thomas, Walter, Persse and John LambertFor the sale of the settled estate of Walter Lambert of Castle Lambert in the county of Galway, esquire, and of Thomas, Walter, Persse and John Lambert, first, second, third and fourth sons of said Walter Lambert, for the payment of certain encumbrances affecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 5 (private)]
1800Reverend John HarveyTo enable certain trustees therein named to raise such sums of money on the estates devised by the will of the late Reverend John Harvey of Malinhall in the county of Donegal, clerk, as may be necessary for obtaining renewal of certain freehold and leasehold interests devised by the said will, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 4 (private)]
1800Thomas WyseTo enable Thomas Wyse of Saint John's in the liberties of the city of Waterford, esquire, and the other persons therein named, when they shall be respectively in possession of the lands and premises therein mentioned, part of the estates of Thomas Wyse the elder, late of Saint John's aforesaid, deceased, to make a lease or leases for lives, with or without covenants renewable forever, or for any term or time not exceeding 999 years, of the said estates, houses and lands in the city of Waterford and liberties thereof, and to make leases for three lives or 31 years, whichever should last longest, of certain lands, houses and premises in the Queen's County and county of Waterford, now in the possession of the said Thomas Wyse.[40 George III no. 3 (private)]
1800Richard NevillFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Kildare, Wexford and county of Dublin, the estate of Richard Nevill, esquire, in trustees, for the purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 1 (private)]