Acts and Statutes, Made in a Parliament Begun at Dublin, the Twenty Eight Day of November, Anno Dom. 1727 in the First Year of the Reign of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord, King George II.: Before His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland. And Continued Under His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Twenty Third Day of September, 1729. And Further Continued Under His Grace Lionel Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Fifth Day of October, 1731. And Further Continued Under His Grace Lionel Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Fifth Day of October, 1733. And Further Continued Under His Grace Lionel Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Seventh Day of October, 1735. And Further Continued Under His Grace William Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Fourth Day of October, 1737. And Further Continued Under His Grace William Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Ninth Day of October, 1739. And Further Continued Under His Grace William Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Sixth Day of October, 1741. And Further Continued Under His Grace William Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant, General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations, Until the Fourth Day of October, 1743. Being the Ninth Session of this Present Parliament

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George Grierson, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, at the King's Arms and Two Bibles in Essex-Street, 1743 - Ireland - 84 pages
A collection of the thirteen Irish Public General Acts passed in the seventeenth year of the reign of George II; the nineth session of Parliament.
 

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