A concise view of the origin, constitution, and proceedings of the Honorable Society of the Governor and Assistants of London of the New Plantation in Ulster: within the realm of Ireland, commonly called the Irish Society (Google eBook)

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G. Bleaden, 1842 - Londonderry (Northern Ireland : County) - 189 pages
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Page 81 - The Society of the governor and assistants, London, of the new plantation in Ulster, within the realm of Ireland," commonly called the Honourable the Irish Society.
Page cxxxi - A concise view of the origin, constitution, and proceedings of the honourable society of the governor and assistants of London of the new plantation in Ulster within the realm of Ireland; commonly called The Irish Society.
Page cliii - ... ordained, or provided, or any other thing, cause, or matter, whatsoever, in any wise notwithstanding. In witness whereof, we have caused these our letters to be made patent. Witness ourself at Westminster, the 23d day. of May, in the seventh year of our reign of England, France, and Ireland, and of Scotland the * * * * Per ipsum Regem.
Page 4 - ... acres, shall, within the same time, make thereupon a strong court or bawn, at least. And all the said undertakers shall draw their tenants to build houses for themselves and their families, near the principal Castle House or Bawn, for their mutual defence and strength; and they shall have sufficient timber, by the assignment of such officers as the Lord Deputy and Council of Ireland shall appoint...
Page cxxxiv - And further, of our special grace, certain knowledge, and mere motion, for us, our heirs, and successors, we do, by these presents, give and grant full power and authority to our said council, here resident, as well at this present...
Page lxi - ... came or ought to have come to our hands, or to the hands of any of our progenitors or ancestors, late Kings or Queens of England, by reason or pretext of...
Page 4 - The said Undertakers, their heirs and assigns, shall have ready in their houses at all times a convenient store of arms, wherewith they may furnish a competent number of able men for their defence, which may be viewed and mustered every half year, according to the manner of England.
Page cxxvii - Council of the town aforesaid for the time being, or the major part of them (of whom we will the Mayor of the...
Page 129 - GRUBBED, ;teģine dissentiente, by -the lords spiritual and temporal in parliament assembled, that the -thanks .of this house be given to the...
Page lvi - We have given, granted, and confirmed and by these presents for us our heirs and successors do give grant and confirm unto Thomas Millsaps one certain tract or parcel of land containing four hundred acres lying and being in the county of Augusta...

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