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Searching for bills with subject of 009 - 'Miscellaneous'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695Sir George HerbertOn behalf of Sir George Herbert.Not Enacted
1695Abel RamFor Abel Ram.Not Enacted
1695Dame Ann Yolanda Sera Court and Anna Margaretta WallFor relieving Dame Ann Yolanda Sera Court, and Anna Margaretta Wall.Not Enacted
1703John PowerFor the relief of John Power, late of Monelargy in the county of Waterford, esquire.Not Enacted
1703Mary Poor alias Penefather; Richard, William and Thomas Poor; Walter StephensFor the confirming an award made by the honourable the barons of her majesty's court of exchequer, between Mary Poor alias Penefather, Richard, William, and Thomas Poor, and Walter Stephens, esquire, and for securing and settling the several interests as are therein designed and appointed.2 Anne c.5 (private)
1703Richard, Lord Viscount Ross; Frances ParsonsFor the relief of Richard, Lord Viscount Ross, and Frances Parsons his sister.2 Anne c.2 (private)
1703Margaret WallFor relieving Margaret Wall, spinster.Not Enacted
1705Eustace SherlockFor the relief of [Eustace Sherlock].Not Enacted
1705Francis Edgeworth, Arthur Culme[For the relief of Lieutenant Colonel Francis Edgeworth] in relation to a sum of money due to him, chargeable on the estate of Arthur Culme, esquire, deceased.Not Enacted
1707Hester Sherlock, Eustace SherlockFor the relief of Hester Sherlock, widow and relict of Eustace Sherlock, and her children.Not Enacted
1707Augustin Nugent[For the relief of Augustin Nugent.]Not Enacted
1709Dorothy RawdonFor the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.8 Anne c.6 (private)
1710Dorothy RawdonFor explaining an act passed in the last session of this present parliament entitled an act for the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.Not Enacted
1710Susanna Catharina NugentFor the relief of Susanna Catharina Nugent.9 Anne c.4 (private)
1710John White, Mary WhiteFor the relief of John White, esquire, and Mary, his wife.Not Enacted
1711Dorothy RawdonFor explaining an act passed in a former session of this present parliament entitled an act for the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.11 Anne c.3 (private)
1723Mary Dowdall, Garret DarceyFor the relief of Mrs Mary Dowdall, and to oblige Garret Darcey to surrender himself to justice to certain day therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1747John Walsh, Edward WalshFor establishing a fine acknowledged and a recovery suffered by John Walsh, esquire, and Edward Walsh, esquire, his son and heir apparent, in Hilary term, 173221 George II c.8 (private)
1763Edward Sneyd, William Samuel, Arthur BryanFor the relief of Edward Sneyd, William Samuel and Arthur Bryan.Not Enacted
1783Relief of persons interested in the cargo of prize ship VriendschapFor the relief of the several persons interested in the cargo of the ship Vriendschap, which was captured by two British privateers and brought as a prize into the port of Cork in the year 1779.23 & 24 George III c.15
1791Edward DunnFor divesting out of the crown and vesting in Edward Dunn of Brittas in the Queen's County, esquire, and his heirs the reversion in fee of and in several lands, tenements and hereditaments therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1796ARynhart de Ginkell, earl of AthloneTo enable his majesty to grant a certain annuity to Frederick Christian Rynhart de Ginkell, earl of Athlone, in consideration of his losses from the confiscation of his property on the continent, and of the high rank he holds in this kingdom, and of the services of his ancestor.36 George III c.53
1796BSarah Hamilton, Reverend William HamiltonTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity to certain trustees therein named, in trust for Sarah Hamilton, widow of the Reverend Doctor William Hamilton, deceased, and for the children of the said Sarah by the said William Hamilton.37 George III c.62
1796BAlice Knipe, Reverend George KnipeTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity to certain trustees therein named, in trust for Alice Knipe, widow of the Reverend George Knipe, deceased, and for the children of the said George Knipe, namely, John, George, Frances and Anne.37 George III c.63
1796BPrincess of WirtemburghTo enable his majesty to grant a certain pension to the Princess Royal, upon her intended marriage with the hereditary prince of Wirtemburgh.37 George III c.60
1798Princess of WirtemburghTo amend an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act to enable his majesty to grant a certain pension to the princess royal, upon her intended marriage with the hereditary prince of Wirtemburgh.38 George III c.30
1798Prince of Mecklenburgh StrelitzTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity for the life of his serene highness the prince of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, nephew to the queen.38 George III c.69
1798Adam, Viscount DuncanFor settling and securing a certain annuity on Adam, Lord Viscount Duncan, and the two next persons to whom the title of Viscount Duncan shall descend, in consideration of the eminent service performed by the said Adam, Viscount Duncan, to his majesty and the public.38 George III c.70
1798John, Earl StVincentFor settling and securing a certain annuity on John, Earl StVincent, and the two next persons to whom the title of Earl StVincent shall descend, in consideration of the eminent service performed by the said John Earl StVincent to his majesty and the public.38 George III c.71
1800Annuities for John Monck Mason; earl of Athlone; earl of Roscommon; Baron AylmerTo enable his majesty to grant certain annuities to the Right Honourable John Monck Mason, and to the earls of Athlone and Roscommon, and to the Lord Baron Aylmer, in manner therein mentioned.40 George III c.53