Acts and Statutes Made in A Parliament Begun at Dublin, the Twelfth Day of November, Anno Dom. 1715. In the Second Year of the Reign of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord King George, Before His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, and His Excellency Henry Earl of Gallway, Lords Justices General and General Governors of Ireland. And Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Bolton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations to the Twenty Seventh of August, 1717. And Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Bolton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations to the First Day of July, 1719. And Further Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twelfth Day of September, 1721. And Further Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twenty Ninth Day of August, 1723. And Further Continued Under His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twenty First Day of September, 1725. Being the Sixth Session of This Present Parliament

Acts and Statutes Made in A Parliament Begun at Dublin, the Twelfth Day of November, Anno Dom. 1715. In the Second Year of the Reign of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord King George, Before His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, and His Excellency Henry Earl of Gallway, Lords Justices General and General Governors of Ireland. And Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Bolton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations to the Twenty Seventh of August, 1717. And Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Bolton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations to the First Day of July, 1719. And Further Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twelfth Day of September, 1721. And Further Continued Under His Grace Charles Duke of Grafton, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twenty Ninth Day of August, 1723. And Further Continued Under His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, by Several Prorogations Until the Twenty First Day of September, 1725. Being the Sixth Session of This Present Parliament

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Publisher: Dublin : printed by Andrew Crooke, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, at the King's-Arms in Copper-Alley, 1725.
Characteristics: [4], 12, 17-23, 26-67, [1] p. ; 20.

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