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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1692James BarryTo enable [James Barry] to raise any sum of money, not exceeding 4,000, for paying his debts and the debts of his father.Not Enacted
1695James FitzgeraldTo enable James Fitzgerald, esquire, to pay his debts.Not Enacted
1695Leonard HatfieldTo enable [Leonard Hatfield, gentleman] to sell his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.Not Enacted
1695Ignatius PurcellTo enable [Ignatius Purcell, gentleman] to sell or mortgage his estate, or part thereof, for payment of his just debts.Not Enacted
1695Sir Arthur RawdonEnabling Sir Arthur Rawdon, baronet, to sell certain lands for the payment of debts.Not Enacted
1695Sir George St GeorgeTo empower Sir George St George, surviving trustee mentioned in the settlement on his marriage with one of the daughters of Sir Oliver St George, deceased, to sell some small parcel of land and impropriations for payment of 700 debts, and that the residue of the money, raised by such sale, may be laid out for the purchase of other lands more contiguous.Not Enacted
1695BalfourTo enable [Charles Balfour, esquire] to sell or mortgage part of his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.Not Enacted
1695Sir Phillips CooteTo enable [Sir Phillips Coote, knight] to charge his real estate for payment of his debts, he being only tenant for life.Not Enacted
1697Sir Richard BulkeleyTo enable Sir Richard Bulkeley to raise 2,000 on his estate, for payment of his debts.Not Enacted
1697Charles OdellTo enable [Charles Odell] to sell part of his estate for payment of his fathers debts.Not Enacted
1698William Jephson[To remedy the defects of] an act made the last session of this present parliament, entitled, an act to enable William Jephson, esquire, a member of this house, to sell part of his estate for payment of debts.Not Enacted
1703Reverend Dean John LeslieTo dispose of part of [the estate of Reverend Dean John Leslie] towards satisfaction of his creditors.Not Enacted
1707Relief of Thomas Gore, Simon Sherlock and other creditors of James Leathey, Benjamin Taylor and James DugganFor relief of Thomas Gore, Simon Sherlock and others, the creditors of James Leathey, Benjamin Taylor and James Duggan.Not Enacted
1709Theophilus JonesFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon, Meath and the county of the city of Dublin in the kingdom of Ireland, part of the estate of Theophilus Jones of Headfort in the county of Leitrim, esquire, in certain trustees for payment of his debts, and to enable the said trustees to sell all or a sufficient part of the premises for the payment of his said debts.Not Enacted
1710Theophilus JonesFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon and Meath in the kingdom of Ireland, part of the estate of Theophilus Jones of Headfort in the county of Leitrim, esquire, in certain trustees for the more speedy and easy payment of his debts, and to enable the said trustees to sell all or a sufficient part of the premises for the payment of his said debts.Not Enacted
1710Maurice FitzGeraldFor the enabling Maurice FitzGerald of Inishmore in the county of Kerry, esquire, to sell certain lands and tenements in the county of Kerry for the payment of his debts.Not Enacted
1719Relief of creditors of Richard, earl of RossFor the more speedy paying the creditors of Richard, earl of Ross.6 George I c.2 (private)
1721Relief of James Leathley, Benjamin Taylor and James Duggan, and their creditorsFor the relief of James Leathley, Benjamin Taylor, and James Duggan, and their creditors, in respect of several sums of money illegally taken and exacted from them in the treasury, during the time Sir William Robinson was Deputy Vice-Treasurer General of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1721Samuel Hill, Sir Maurice Eustace[To enable him [Samuel Hill] to amend his claim exhibited before the trustees appointed by act of parliament for the relief of the creditors of Sir Maurice Eustace, by inserting several judgements in his said claim, which by mistake are omitted].Not Enacted
1721William Moore[For sale of part of his William Moore estate for payment of his debts].Not Enacted
1723Relief of James Leathley, Benjamin Taylor and James Duggan, and their creditorsFor the relief of James Leathley, Benjamin Taylor, and James Duggan, and their creditors, in respect of several sums of money illegally taken and exacted from them in the treasury during the time Sir William Robinson was deputy vice-treasurer general of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1723Edward KellyFor sale of the estate of Edward Kelly of Tidane in the county of Galway esquire or so much thereof as shall be sufficient for payment of the debts and encumbrances affecting the same.Not Enacted
1727Relief of creditors of Sir John Fleming, knight, and Michael FlemingFor the relief of the creditors and lessees of Sir John Fleming, knight, deceased and Michael Fleming, esquire, only son and heir of the said John Fleming.Not Enacted
1733William MaynardFor selling part of the estate of William Maynard esquire in the county of Tipperary for payment of his debts and selling lands in the county of Cork to the same uses.Not Enacted
1735Relief of creditors of Joseph Nuttall and William MaguireFor the speedy and more effectual getting in of the effects of Joseph Nuttall and William Maguire, and the distributing of the same among their creditors.9 George II c.3 (private)
1751Relief of creditors of banks of Samuel Burton, Daniel Falkner, Benjamin Burton, Francis HarrisonFor more effectual carrying into execution an act, entitled, an act for the relief of 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, by taking away the benefit of pleading the statutes of limitations from the several debtors to the said several banks, and to the said several bankers, and to enable the said creditors to make composition for their several debts.25 George II c.22
1755Relief of creditors of banks of John Willcocks, John Dawson, Joseph Fade, Isachar WillcocksFor the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by John Willcocks and John Dawson, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade and John Willcocks, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade, Isachar Willcocks and John Willcocks, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade, and for raising out of the estates, real and personal, of Richard Brewer, late cash keeper to the said John Willcocks and John Dawson, the sum due by the said Richard Brewer, to the said John Willcocks and John Dawson.29 George II c.22
1755Relief of creditors of William Lennox and George FrenchFor relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by William Lenox and George French of the city of Dublin, and of the bank lately kept by the said William Lenox.29 George II c.21
1755Relief of creditors of bank of Theobald Dillon, Thomas Dillon, Richard FerralFor the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept in the city of Dublin by Theobald Dillon and son, by Thomas Dillon and company, and by Thomas Dillon, Richard Ferral and company.29 George II c.23
1759Relief of creditors of John FitzgeraldFor the relief of the creditors of John Fitzgerald, late of Glin, in the county of Limerick, esquire, deceased.Not Enacted
1763Relief of creditors of banks of John Willcocks, John Dawson, Joseph Fade, Isachar WillcocksFor the more effectual carrying into execution an act entitled an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by John Willcocks and John Dawson, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade and John Willcocks, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade, Isachar Willcocks and John Willcocks, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Joseph Fade, and for raising out of the estates real and personal of Richard Brewer, late the cash keeper to the said John Willcocks and John Dawson, the sum due by the said Richard Brewer to the said John Willcocks and John Dawson.3 George III c.10
1763Relief of Mary Knowles and company, and their creditorsFor the relief of Mary Knowles and company, late of the city of Waterford, merchants, and for their creditors.3 George III c.5 (private)
1763Relief of creditors of William Bryan, Samuel Bryan, Arthur Bryan and George CarletonFor the relief of the creditors of William Bryan, Samuel Bryan and Arthur Bryan, of the city of Dublin, late merchants, and of George Carleton of the same city, late merchant.3 George III c.3 (private)
1763Relief of creditors of Edward SneydFor the relief of the creditors of Edward Sneyd of the city of Dublin, late merchant.3 George III c.2 (private)
1763Relief of creditors of Paul Benson and James BensonFor the relief of the creditors of Paul Benson and James Benson of the city of Cork, late merchants.3 George III c.8 (private)
1763Relief of David Johnson and John Seaton and their creditorsFor the relief of David Johnson and John Seaton of the city of Dublin, late merchants, and their creditors.3 George III c.10 (private)
1763Relief of creditors of Michael KellyFor the relief of creditors of Michael Kelly, late of the city of Limerick, merchant.3 George III c.7 (private)
1763Relief of creditors of bank of Theobald Dillon, Thomas Dillon, Richard FerralFor the more effectual carrying into execution an act entitled an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept in the city of Dublin by Theobald Dillon and son, by Thomas Dillon and company and by Thomas Dillon, Richard Ferral and company.Not Enacted
1763Relief of creditors of Thomas VokesFor the relief of the creditors of Thomas Vokes of the city of Limerick, late merchant.Not Enacted
1765Relief of creditors of Hugh WhiteFor the relief of the creditors of Hugh White of the city of Dublin, merchant.5 George III c.9 (private)
1765Relief of creditors of Ralph Warter Wilson and Edward Warter WilsonFor the relief of the creditors of Ralph Warter Wilson and Edward Warter Wilson, esquires, deceased, and for the relief of Frances Juliana Warter Wilson, a minor, the heiress at law of the said Edward Warter Wilson.5 George III c.8 (private)
1767Relief of creditors of Theophilus DesbrisayFor the relief of the creditors of Theophilus Desbrisay of the city of Dublin.7 George III c.18
1767Relief of Richard Thwaites, Samuel Boursiquot and other creditors of Nicholas FordeFor the relief of Richard Thwaites and Samuel Boursiquot of the city of Dublin, public notaries, and other creditors of Nicholas Forde of the said city of Dublin, late merchant, and for other purposes therein mentioned.7 George III c.8 (private)
1771BWilliam HowardFor the relief of the creditors of William Howard, late of the city of Dublin, merchant.Not Enacted
1773Relief of creditors of William HowardFor the relief of the creditors of William Howard, late of the city of Dublin, merchant.Not Enacted
1775Richard, earl of AngleseyFor vesting manors, lands, tenements and hereditaments, late the estate of the Right Honourable Richard, earl of Anglesey, in trustees for raising a sufficient sum of money for discharging certain incumbrances affecting the same.15 & 16 George III c.2 (private)
1775John Wolfe, Walter Burgh, Richard BurghFor confirming and establishing an agreement made between John Wolfe and Walter Burgh, esquire, concerning the real estate whereof Richard Burgh, formerly of Dumkeene in the county of Limerick and late of the city of Dublin, esquire, deceased, died seised, and for preventing all suits concerning the will of said Richard Burgh, and for other purposes.15 & 16 George III c.1 (private)
1775Relief of creditors of William HowardFor the relief of the creditors of William Howard, late of the city of Dublin, merchant.Not Enacted
1775Relief of creditors of William, John and Michael Howard, and Abraham GrierFor the relief of the creditors of William Howard, late of the city of Dublin, merchant, and of the said William Howard and John Howard, of the said city, merchants and partners in trade, and of Abraham Grier, late of the said city, sales master, and of Michael Howard, deceased.Not Enacted
1777William Howard, Abraham GrierFor the relief of the creditors of William Howard and Abraham Grier.Not Enacted
1777Relief of creditors of Samuel ForsterFor the relief of the creditors of Samuel Forster of the city of Dublin, esquire.Not Enacted
1781Relief of creditors of Richard GoreFor the relief of the creditors of the Honourable Richard Gore.Not Enacted
1781Relief of creditors of Broghill Newburgh and Henry ArchdallFor the relief of the creditors of Broghill Newburgh and Henry Archdall.21 & 22 George III c.6 (private)
1783Relief of creditors of John TunnadineFor relief of the creditors of John Tunnadine, esquire, late one of the masters of the high court of chancery in Ireland, and for vesting the real and personal estates of the said John Tunnadine in assignees for the payment of his said creditors.23 & 24 George III c.43
1792Relief of creditors of Robert BrookeFor the relief of the creditors of Robert Brooke, late of Prosperous in the county of Kildare, esquire.32 George III c.41