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"1. An Act to enable the Bishop of Gloucester and
“ 18. An A&t for the Relief of Edward. Nugent El“ his Successors to make distinct and separate Leases “quire, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland.” “ of the Manors, Lands, and Premises, therein men« tioned.”
19. An Act for the Relief of Dennis Molony Gen
“tleman, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ire“ 2. An Act for enlarging the Time for John Lord
" 20. An A&t for naturalizing Thomas St. Leger De
« Bacalon, Joseph De Launay, Alexander de Raquet des “ 3. An Act for the Relief of Francis Earl of Car.
“ Fourneaux, and others.”
21. An Act for the Relief of Charlotte Talbot, with
r relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland.”
“ 22. An Ad for the Relief of Maurice Annėjley, with Bophin."
“ relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland.”
“5. An Act for enlarging the Time to Rebecca Vif
23. An Act for settling the Estate late of John and “ countess Falkland, of the Kingdom of Scotland, to « Robert Windowe Gentlemen, deceased, upon Trustees, « enter her Claim, before the Trultees for the forfeited to be sold; and the Purchase-money applied to the “ Estates in Ireland, to a Mortgage upon Part of the “ Uses therein mentioned.” “ said Estates."
24. An Act for the Relief of Katherine Harris, alias “ 6. An Ad for the Relief of Thomas Earl of Ly- “ Kife, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland.” “ merick, of the Kingdom of Ireland, and Eufemia “ Countess Dowager of Lymerick, with relation to the 25. An A&t for vesting the Lands of Henry Pawlet, “ forfeited Estates in Ireland."
“a Lunatic, in Trustees, in order to make suitable
- Provision for him, his next Heir, and next Relations." 7. An A&t for enlarging the Time for Sir Stephen “ Fox Knight to make his Claim before the Trustees “ 26. An A& for the Relief of Joseph Mitchell F.f“ for the forfeited Estates in Ireland.”
quire, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Irer
(land." “ 8. An Act for the better Improvement of Suffolk “ Place, in the Borough of Southwark, in the County of 27. An A&t for the Relief of Captain Richard Wola “ Surrey.”
“ feley, and other Protestant Lessees in Ireland.”
Debts, charged upon the Estate of the said William 29. An Act for the Relief of John Ellis Esquire,
30. An Act for naturalizing Daniel Van Ryllen and
raising Portions for his Younger Children in his Life quire, and the Wife and Children of the late Lord Ken"' time, and for Payment of his Debts.”
“ mare, of the Kingdom of Ireland, with relation to the
" forfeited Estates in Ireland.” 11. An Act for the Relief of Robert Edgeworth Esquire, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ire 32. An Act for the Relief of Francis Spring, and land."
“other Protestant Tenants of the forfeited Estates in IreVol. XVII.
An Act for the Relief of Jane Lavallin, with “ relation to the forfeited Estates in Ireland.”
Ja land, in respeet of their Improvements ; and for con“ firming a Proteltant Settlement at Portarlington, and of sa Charity at Middleton, in the County of Corke; and “ for Relief of Alice Countess Dowager of Drogheda, " and Sir John Dillon."
To these Bills the Clerk of the Parliaments pro
nounced the Royal Assent, severally, in these
Words ; (videlicet,) 33: An Act for the enlarging the Time for Cesar
« Soit fait come il est desiré.” sc Bradshaw Esquire to prosecute his Claim before the • Trustees for the Irish Forfeitures.
Then Her Majesty was pleased to speak as follows ; « 34. An Act for the Relief of Thomas Lee Esquire, " and others, Executors of Sir John Hely Knight, and (videlicet,) “ Peter Goodwin Esquire, with relation to the forfeited “ Estates in Ireland.”
My Lords and Gentlemen,
Speech, 35. An Act for the Relief of Sir Redmond Everard, “I cannot conclude this Session, without repeating $. Peter Fagan, and the Protestant Children of Sir Ar My hearty Thanks to you all, for your great Care of
thony Mullady deceased, with relation to the forfeited “ the Public, and the many Marks you have given of " Estates in Ireland.!!
your Duty and Affection to Me. “ 36. An Act for the Relief of Thomas Plunket Gen
“ And I must thank you, Gentlemen of the House of “tleman, and Katherine his Wife, with relation to the
Commons in particular, both for the Supplies you “ forfeited Estates in Ireland; and for empowering Her
" have given to support Me in this necessary War, and Majesty to grant Writs of Error, for reversing the Out
“ the Provisions you have made for the Debts contracted " lawries against John Mapas and Lawrence Fitzgerald.”
" in the former. “ 37. An Act for naturalizing Stephen Benovad, John «
“ Your great Justice, in making good those Deficien“ Girrard, and others.”
cies, will be a lasting Honour and Credit to the Na
“ tion. I wish the Difficulties they have brought upon 38. An Act for the Relief of Sir Thomas Domville
us, may be a Warning to prevent such Inconveniencies Baronet, with relation to the forfeited Estates in Ire
“ for the future.
“ I must recommend to you all, in your several Coun
“ tries, the Preservation of the Public Peace, and a due 39. An Act for enlarging the Time for John Hill
" Execution of the Laws. Esquire and his Wife to enter their Clains before the “'Trustees for Sale of the forfeited Estates in Ireland,
“ I shall always will, that no Difference of Opinion “ with relation to a Judgement againit Robert Grace;
among those that are equally affected to My Service, and for the Relief of the Creditors of John Grace, and
may be the Occasion of Heats and Animofities among " the Widow, Protestant Children, and Creditors, of
“ themselves. I shall be very careful to preserve and the late Sir Patrick 'Trant, with relation to the faid
“ maintain the Act of Toleration, and to set the Minds “ forfeited Estates; and for the indemnifying the Earl of
“ of all My People at Quiet: My own Principles must Carling ford, toạching Mortgage-money by him owing
“ always keep Me entirely firm to the Interests and to the laid late Sir Patrick Trant."
Religion of the Church of England, and will incline
“ Me to countenance those who have the truert Zeal to
And then the Lord Keeper, by Her Majesty's Com
mand, said, " 41. An A&t for the Relief of James Euftace of reo
mans Town, Agmondisham Vejey Esquire, George Feild, “and Thomas Brigstock, with relation to the forfeited
“ My Lords and Gentlemen, • Estates in Ireland.”
" It is Her Majesty's Royal Will and Pleafure, That prorogued.
“this Parliament should be prorogued to Tuesday the 42. An Act for exempting and discharging Arthur
“ Seventh Day of July next : And this Parliament is " French and Sarah his Wife, from accounting to the
“prorogued accordingly to Tuesday the Seventh Day us Trustees for the forfeited Estates in Ireland, for the
“ of July next." " Personal Eftate of Iriell Farrell deceased."
Die Jovis, 28° Maii, 1702, examined by us,
“ By the Q U EEN.
“A Proclamation for diffolving this present Parliament, and declaring the speedy
" ANNE R.
Proclamation for dissolving the Parlia. ment.
“Whereas We have thought fit, for divers important and weighty Considerations, by and with the Advice " of Our Privy Council, to dissolve this
present Parliament, which now stands prorogued to Tuesday the Seventh “ Day of July Instant: We do for that End publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dissolve the said " Parliament accordingly; and the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgefses of the " said Parliament, are discharged from their Meeting on Tuesday the said Seventh Day of July Instant." And We, being resolved to meet Our
People, and have their Advice in Parliament, do hereby make known to all Our loving Subjects, that We do intend to give Directions to the Keeper of Our Great Seal, for the issuing out of “ Writs, in due Form of Law, for the calling a new Parliament, which shall begin, and be holden at Westminster, “ on the Twentieth Day of August next.
“Given at Our Court at St. James's, the Second Day of July, 1902, in the First Year of Our Reign.
“GOD S A V E T H E QUE E N.”
Apno 1° Annæ Reginæ,
Writ for proroguing the Parlia. ment.
I E Jovis, Vicesimo Die Augusti, 1702, Ando Regni tractando consentiend. et concludend. fuper iis quæ in
Serenissimae Dominæ Reginæ Anna, Dei Gratia, “ dićto Parliamento Nostro tunc et ibidem proponerentur
bus, dictum Parliamentum Noftrum usque O&tayum
"Diem O&tobris prox. futur. duximus prorogand, ita The Lord Keeper acquainted the House,” That Her quod nec vos, nec aliquis veftrum, ad di&um Vicesimum Majesty had fent a Writ, under the Great Seal, for « Diem Augusti, apud Civitatem prædict
. comparere teproroguing the Parliament."
ñe'amini seu arctemini; volumus enim vos et quemlibet
“ vestrum, inde erga Nos penitus exonerari; mandantes,
" vobis, et cuilibet vestrum, ac omnibus aliis quibus in
hac Parte intersit, quod ad dictum Octavum Diem O&to-
, et quilibet vestrum compareatnet
" bris, apud præd. Civitatem Wein. personaliter com-
, Interlit, ad tractand. faciend. agend. et concludend;
“ super iis quæ in dicto Parliamento Nostro de Communi
“ Concilio di&i Regni Nostri (favente Deo) contigerint “ convocatis et electis, et vestrum cuilibet, Salutem. Cum
” ordinari, “ Nos, pro quibusdam arduis et urgentibus Negotiis, Nos,
“ Teste Meipsa, apud Westm. Sexto Die Augusti,
« Anno Regui Noftri Primo.
“ Breve ad Parliamentum (de Prima Summonitione)
" prorogand. Civitat. et Diem prædict. interesse mandavimus, ad
Anno 1° Annæ Reginæ.
IE Jovis, 3o die O&tobris.
Augusti apud præd. Civitatem comparere teneamini “ seu arctemiri, volentes Vos, ec quemlibet vestrum,
“' inde erga Nos penirus exonerari; et, per idem Breve The Lord Keeper acquainted the House, “That Her“ Nostrum, vobis, et cuilibet vestrum, ad dictum OctaMajesty had sent a Writ under the Great Seal, for the
vum Diem O&tobris, apud Civitat. præd. comparere “ further proroguing of the Parliament.”
et interesse nuperrime mandavimus, ad tractand. fa
“ciend. agend. et concludend. fuper iis quæ in dicto Then the Writ was read, by the Clerk, as followeth; “ Parliamento Nostro contigerine ordinari: Quibusdam (videlicet,)
tamen certis urgentibus de Causis et Consideratio
nibus Nos ad hoc specialiter moventibus, dictum Writ for fure
“ ANNA, Dei Gratia, Angl. Scotie, Franciæ, et Hib'niæ “ Parliamentum Noftium ab Oetavo Die Oétobris præd. the on “ Regina, Fidei Defensor, &c. Prædilectis et Fidelibus “ usque ad et in Vicesimum Diem ejusdem Ottobris liament. “ Nostris Prælatis, Magnatibus, et Proceribus Regni “ ulterius duximus prorogandum, ita quod nec vos, nec
“ Noftri Angl. ac Dilectis et Fidelibus Noftris Militi aliquis vestruni, ad dictum Oétavum Diem Oétobris “ bus, Civibus, et Burgenfibus diéti Regni Nostri, ad apud Civitatem præd. comparere teneamini seu arc“ Parliamentum Nostrum apud Civitatem Nostram Weft “ temini: Volumus enim vos, et quemlibet vestrum, in
monaster. Oétavo Die Oétobris prox. futur. tenend. “ de erga Nos penitus exonerari; mandantes, et, Tenore
convocatis et eleétis, er vestrum cuilibet, Salutem. “ Præsentium, firmiter injungendo præcipientes, vobis, “ Cum Nos, pro quibusdam arduis et urgentibus Ne et cuilibet vestrum, ac omnibus aliis quibus in hac
gotiis, Nos, Statum et Defensionem Regni Nostri “ Parte interfit, quod ad dictum Vicesimum Diem Octo
Angl. ac Ecclesiæ Anglicana concernentibus, dict. “bris apud prædict. Civitatem Westmonafter, personaliter " Parliament. Nostrum Vicesimo Die Augusti ult. compareatis et interfitis, et quilibet vestrum com“ præterit. apud Civitatem præd. teneri ordinaverimus; pareat et intersit, ad tractand. faciend. agend. et "ac vobis, per separalia Brevia Nostra, apud Civitatem “ concludend. super iis quæ in dicto Parliamento Nor" er Diem præd. interesse mandaverimus, ad tractand. tro, de communi Concilio dicti Regni Noftri, favente “ consentiend. et concludend. fuper iis quæ in dicto “ Deo, contigerint ordinari. " Parliamento Nostro tunc et ibidem proponerentur et “ tractarentur; cumque Nos, per Breve Noftrum, cer “ Teste Meipsa, apud Westmonaster. Sexto Die “ tis de Causis et Considerationibus Nos ad hoc specialiter
Septembris, Anno Regni Nostri Primo. “ moventibus, dict. Parliament. Noftrum ab eodem Vi
“ Breve ad Parliament. (de fecunda Summoni“ cesimo Die Augusti usque ad et in dictum Oétavum