Statutes and Ordinances of the Most Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick

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G.A. and J.F. Grierson, 1831 - Knights and knighthood - 155 pages

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Page 127 - For which this shall be your warrant. And so we bid you heartily farewell. " Given at our Court at Whitehall, llth day of November, 1684, in the six and thirtieth year of our Reigne. " By his Majesty's command, SDNDERLAND.
Page 100 - Commons; which, we suppose, they will communicate to you. And we pray God to bless your joint endeavours for the good of us all. And so we bid you very heartily farewell.
Page 13 - ... rights and advantages thereunto belonging, for which this shall be your warrant; and so we bid you heartily farewell. Given at our Court at Whitehall, llth day of November, 1684. " By his Majesty's command, SUNDERLAND.
Page 10 - Townsend our Lieutenant General and General Governor of our Kingdom of Ireland, and our Chief Governor or Governors of our said Kingdom for the Time being, and the several other Officers and Persons in the said Letters Patent particularly mentioned, and their Successors for ever, to be ONE BODY POLITIC AND CORPORATE in Deed and in Name by the Name of the HIBERNIAN SOCIETY in Dublin, for maintaining, educating and apprenticing the Orphans and Children...
Page 6 - Seal of the kingdom of Ireland, for creating a society or brotherhood, to be called Knights of the Illustrious Order of St. Patrick...
Page 50 - ... to fight in the defence of thofe rights and ordinances to which you be engaged, and to the juft and neceflary defence of thofe who be opprefled and needy.
Page 145 - Order, and duly invested with the ensigns thereof, full power and authority to exercise all rights and privileges belonging to a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter in as full and ample a manner as if they had been formally installed, any decree, rule, or usage to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 76 - ... dignity of a city. The dean made eloquent reference to the many distinguished men — poets, orators, statesmen, warriors — whose remains were lying around, and at the close of his sermon a collection was made on behalf of Westminster Hospital. — THE OBDEB OF ST. PATBICK. — The Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, Grand Master of the Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, invested the Earl of Charlemont as a Knight Companion. The ceremony, which took place in St. Patrick's Hall, was carried out...
Page 122 - LieutenantGeneral and General Governor of that part of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called Ireland...
Page 15 - CHARLES the Second by the Grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c.

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