Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records and of the Keeper of the State Papers in Ireland: Presented to Both Houses of the Oireachtas, Volume 22 (Google eBook)

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Stationery Office., 1890 - Ireland
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Page 22 - An Act to make Provision for a permanent Establishment of Officers to perform the Duties at Nisi Prius, in the Superior Courts of Common Law, and for the Payment of such Officers, and of the Judges' Clerks by Salaries, and to abolish certain Offices in those Courts...
Page 23 - And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for Her Majesty, with the Advice of Her Privy Council, to order that Records belonging to Her Majesty deposited in any Office, Court, Place, or Custody other than as herein-before mentioned shall be thenceforth under the Charge and Superintendence of the Master of the Rolls ; and thereupon the Provisions of this Act shall extend to all such Records, and to the Persons then having the Charge or Custody of the same, as fully as if such Office, Court, Place,...
Page 23 - Manorial documents, which are specifically placed under the charge and superintendence of the Master of the Rolls by Section 144 A of the Law of Property Act 1922 as amended by the Law of Property (Amendment) Act 1924...
Page 21 - Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. I most humbly certify to Your Majesty that this Report is made by the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, under my direction, pursuant to the Statute. (Signed) G.
Page 23 - Ireland, other than is herein-before mentioned, shall be thenceforth under the charge and superintendence of the Master of the Rolls ; and thereupon the provisions of this Act shall extend to all such records, and to the persons then having the charge or custody...
Page 23 - for establishing additional places for taking the poll thereat," power was given to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, by and with the advice of the Privy Council in Ireland, on petition from the justices of any county in Ireland in quarter sessions assembled praying that any polling district in such county...
Page 35 - ... of war, to or for the King of Spain, or any of his subjects, shall and ought to be esteemed as lawful prize.
Page 21 - London, 1662, also, The Second Part of a Brief Register and Survey of the several Kinds and Forms of Parliamentary Writs. London, 1660. Last leaf imperfect; A Moderate, Seasonable Apology for indulging just Christian Liberty to truly Tender Consciences . . . London...
Page 21 - MS. relating to Ireland in various languages, now to be found in the Burgundian Library at Brussels.
Page 3 - SIR, I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16th instant, forwarding, for submission to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, the Twenty-second Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland.

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