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||For 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.
|Initial Bill Stages
|Leave or Order
||—||Leave or Order to||
No leave recorded
||25 Apr 1789||Presented by||
No member named
|2nd Reading & Committed
||28 Apr 1789||
||30 May 1789||Reported by||
Charles Wilkinson Jones Viscount Ranelagh
|Sent to Other House
||1 May 1789||2nd House Reporter||
Mr Burgh, Accountant General
|Sent to Chief Governor
||2 May 1789||
|Privy Council Stages
|Received & Referred to Law Officers||8 May 1789||
|Petition to English Privy Council
|Decision of the English Privy Council
||15 May 1789||
|Returned Bill Stages
||25 May 1789||
||29 George III c.2 (private)|
|[+] Further Details
Privy Council Notes:
- Committee minute on this and No. 2629 (PC 2/134, p. 31, 15 May 1789).
Committee in 1st House:
Committee of the Whole House
A bill for vesting the settled estate in the Queen's County, of the Right Honourable Sir John Parnell, Baronet, 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.
Dublin : printed by William Sleater, 1789. 10,p. ; 2°.
Committee in 2nd House:
Procedural Features: Initiating Petition
Comments on Procedural Features:
Initiating Petition: 18 Apr. 1789.