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||Enabling 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.
|Initial Bill Stages
|Leave or Order
||27 Mar 1784||Leave or Order to||
No member named
||27 Mar 1784||Presented by||
No member named
|2nd Reading & Committed
||29 Mar 1784||
||31 Mar 1784||Reported by||
Charles Wilkinson Jones Viscount Ranelagh
|Sent to Other House
||1 Apr 1784||2nd House Reporter||
Sir Hugh Hill
|Sent to Chief Governor
||5 Apr 1784||
|Privy Council Stages
|Received & Referred to Law Officers||17 Apr 1784||
|Petition to English Privy Council
|Decision of the English Privy Council
||23 Apr 1784||
|Returned Bill Stages
||14 May 1784||
||23 & 24 George III c.13 (private)|
|[+] Further Details
English Privy Council Records:
- Report of law officers to EPC committee. 22 Apr. 1784. (PC 1/16/12).
Report of committee to EPC. 23 Apr. 1784. (PC 1/16/12).
Committee in 1st House:
- A.P.W. Malcomson, The pursuit of the heiress (Belfast, 2007), pp 11, 248 note 37: 'Elton Hall, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Proby (Carysfort) Papers, MS copy of the act of parliament, 1784 (to be found in a chest received from the family's Dublin solicitors, Mssrs Orpen, Franks & Co.).
Committee in 2nd House:
Committee of the Whole House
Procedural Features: Initiating Petition
Comments on Procedural Features:
Initiating Petition: 20 Mar. 1784.