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Statute Law Revision Act 2007

SCHEDULE 2

Statutes Specifically Repealed

Section 3 .

PART 1

Pre-Union Irish Statutes 1169 to 1800

Year, session and chapter

Subject matter

Short title (if any)

Statute of uncertain date (1169-89) (Hen. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Election of a chief governor of Ireland

1171-72 (17 & 18 Hen. 2)

Charter of Hen. 2 to Dublin

1172 (18 Hen. 2)

Charter of Hen. 2 granting Meath to Hugh of Lassy

Statute of uncertain date (after 1171-72) (Hen. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Second Dublin Charter from Hen. 2

Statute of uncertain date (1189-99) (Ric. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin ale and metheglin

Statute of uncertain date (1189-99) (Ric. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Mills and millers at Dublin

1192 (3 Ric. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Earl John's Dublin Charter

1200 (2 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 125]

Fortification of castles

1200 (2 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 126]

Outlawry

1200 (2 John) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin Charter from King John

1204 (5 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 201]

Writs issued for a grant of an aid or subsidy

1204 (5 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 203]

Novel disseisin

1204 (6 John) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writs made current; their limitation

1207 (9 John) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

King's writs and pleas of the Crown

1207 (9 John) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Irish robbers, etc., to be dealt with according to the law of England

1207 (9 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 349]

Holding of markets

1210 (12 John) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

English laws and customs should be observed

1215 (18 John) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 574]

Fortification of lands

1216 (1 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 723]

Irish liberties

1216-17 (2 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 739]

Elections or promotions in cathedrals

1217 (2 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 759]

Irish liberties

1218 (2 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 849]

Ecclesiastical jurisdiction

1220 (4 Hen.3) [H.M.D.I.]

River traffic

1221 (5 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Tolls on wool, hides and wine

1221 (5 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 985]

Itinerant justices

1222 (6 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Pleas of bounds in Ireland as in England

1222 (6 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Limitation of writs of mort d'ancestor as in England

1222 (6 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 1046]

Freedom in Waterford, scot and lot, etc.

1223 (7 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 1081]

Writ of bounds

1226 (10 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Laws and customs of England to be kept in Ireland

1227 (12 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

English writs in Ireland

1228 (12 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

King John's Charter as to observance of English laws and customs in Ireland to be observed

1228 (12 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Drogheda bridge and trade

1229 (13 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 1679]

Custom of England — inheritance by younger son

1229 (13 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Confirmation of Dublin Charters

1229 (14 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Forests and woods in Leinster

1230 (14 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin tallage

1233 (17 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Great Galley of Dublin

1233 (18 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin merchandise

1233 (18 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Pleas of lay fee and advowson of churches not to be pleaded in a court Christian

1234 (19 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writ as to making of bounds to run in Ireland as in England

1234 (19 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 2229]

Criminal law

1234 (18 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin ale-custom

1236 (20 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Concerning coparceners

1236 (21 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Limitation of writs in Ireland

1237 (21 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writ of bounds

1241 (25 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Galleys of Dublin, Waterford, Drogheda, Cork and Limerick

1243 (27 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Liffey fishery

1244 (28 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 1 no. 2713]

Weights and measures

1245 (30 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Water for City and castle of Dublin

1246 (30 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Laws and customs of England to be observed in Ireland

1246 (30 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Exchequer fixed at Dublin — supplies from Ireland, etc.

1250 (34 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin traffic

1252 (36 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 2 no. 41]

Protection for the King's citizens and the men of Dublin; judiciary of Ireland not to molest them contrary to the charters of the King's predecessors

Statute of uncertain date (circa 1252) (Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Tolls at Dublin fairs and markets

1253 (37 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 2 no. 220]

Lands of King

1253 (37 Hen. 3) [C.D.I. vol. 2 no. 222]

Weights and measures

1254 (38 Hen. 3) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin, Limerick and Athlone granted to Prince Edward

1264 (48 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Each person should recover his estate in lands, tenements, castles, wardships, goods and chattels, as the same were on the day of St. Nicholas

1269 (53 Hen. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Uniform weights and measures throughout Ireland

1274 (2 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 2 no. 1021]

Appointing and removing sheriffs and other ministers of the King

1275 (3 Edw. 1)

Observance in Ireland of Statute on Grant of Custom on exported wool, etc.

1276 (4 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Office of Water Bailiff

1277 (5 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Weights and measures in Ireland

1278 (6 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Traffic and merchandise

1280 (8 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Office of Water Bailiff

1281-82 (10 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Mill at Dublin

1284 (12 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin murage

1285 (13 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writ for observance in Ireland of statutes of Westminster, Gloucester and those of Merchants

1285 (13 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 3 no. 58]

Landlord and tenant customs

1288 (17 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 3 no. 470]

False money

1290 (18 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 3 no. 580]

Collection and payment of tithes and obventions

1290 (18 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Extension of Dublin murage

1291 (19 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Robert de Bree

1291 (19 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Articles of the clergy

1291 (19 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 3 no. 897]

Freedom of movement of the French in the realm

1293 (21 Edw. 1) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Lands held of the King in chief: alienation without licence

1293 (21 Edw. 1) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No seneschal to be Justice where franchises to be tried

1293 (21 Edw. 1) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Collection of the “Fifteenth” (taxation)

1293 (21 Edw. 1) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Resumption and reletting lands

1293 (21 Edw. 1) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fees of justices, etc., payable at end of term

1294 (22 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 162]

Treasurer and Barons of the Exchequer to sell merchandise, goods, chattels and debts of merchants and other foreigners

1294 (22 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 163]

Treasurer and Barons of the Exchequer to make provision that all merchants who export from Ireland wool, hides, etc., have sufficient security not to export them to France

1294 (22 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 164]

King commands that the money arising from the issues of Ireland be employed for sending corn, wines, meat and other victuals from Ireland to Wales

1294 (22 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 179]

Export duties during war for wools, hides, etc.

1295 (23 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin murage

1297 (25 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Division of counties and better rule of the realm

1297 (25 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin murage

1297 (26 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 459]

Export duties during war for wools, skins, hides, etc.

1299 (27 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Against false money and for regulation of the currency

1299 (27 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Money

1299 (27 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Ordinances made as to Peter de Bermyngham having additional forces against the Irish felons, etc.

1299 (27 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 648]

Ban on use of foreign base coins (pollards and crokards)

1299 (27 Edw. 1) Writ Statutes of the Realm vol. 1

Application in Ireland of Statute on Justices of Assize

1300 (28 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Money raised to finance suppression of rebellion in Scotland

1300 (28 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 4 no. 731]

Ban on use of foreign base coins (pollards and crokards)

1300 (28 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Free Hostelry of Knights of St. John

1303 (31 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin fishery, streets and tolls

1303 (31 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Mills at Ardee

1303 (32 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 5 no. 262]

Collectors of the papal tenth (tithes)

1303 (32 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 5 no. 263]

Treasurer and Barons of Exchequer

1303-04 (32 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 5 no. 291]

Customs of wools, woolfells and hides

1304 (32 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 5 no. 311]

Money issuing out of the papal tenth (tithes)

1304 (32 Edw. 1) [C.D.I. vol. 5 no. 334]

Weights and measures

1304 (32 Edw. 1) [H.M.D.I.]

Infringement of city liberty

1307 (35 Edw. 1) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Application in Ireland of Statute as to Religious Persons

1307 (1 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Writ transmitting an ordinance concerning the military order of the Temple in Ireland, their lands, etc.

1307 (1 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Wine traders

1308 (2 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Tolls by Geffrey de Morton

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Device to circumvent doctrine of escheat

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No one to supply victuals or aid to any in rebellion

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

None shall give protections but the King

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Those who have lands in the marches (border with native Irish) to guard them

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Only those of the English nation to be received into religious orders

1310 (3 Edw. 2) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Certain ordinances to be published; offenders to be excommunicated

1310 (3 Edw. 2) Stat. of Kilkenny [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs to summon representatives etc.

1312 (5 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Bristol traders in Ireland

1312 (5 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Dublin murage

1315 (8 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Purveyance for Earl of Lancaster

Statute of uncertain date (circa 1315) [H.M.D.I.]

Wine traders

1316 (10 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Rents of alien absentees' lands to be expended for defence of the country

1316 (10 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Drogheda towards Uriell

1317 (11 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Defences of Dublin City against Scots

1318 (12 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Drogheda murage

1318 (12 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Defences of Dublin City against Scots

1319 (13 Edw. 2) [H.M.D.I.]

Repair of the belfry of the church of St. Mary del Dam

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Against those who commit waste

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

None to grant protection, save the King and lords of liberties

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

A justice, with two knights, in each county, to hold assizes, gaol delivery, etc.

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Chief Justiciar in his journeys to enquire as to the officers of the Exchequer and the justices of the Bench

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Alienations made with a view to going to war

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Time for pleas in the Exchequer

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

One measure and one weight to be used in Ireland

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No one to be mainprised (form of custody) unless mainpernable by law

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Seneschals of liberties to aid in capturing felons in the Crosses

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Seneschals of one liberty to aid in case of felons in another liberty

1320 (13 Edw. 2) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Certain ordinances to be published; offenders to be excommunicated

1320 (13 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Petition by John de Tuyt for pardon of arrears, which was granted by the King, who ordered the Exchequer to acquit him of half

1321 (13 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Use in Ireland of the English law concerning life and limbs

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Justiciar and officers in Ireland not to purchase land within their jurisdictions

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Certain officers not to take victuals against the will of any, except of necessity

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Certain officers not to impound certain ships or goods of strangers, etc.

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fee for seal, etc., on bills of grace

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fee of Marshal of a prison

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Pardon for homicide or felony not to be made without the King's special mandate

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sealing original writs

1323 (17 Edw. 2) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Circumstances where adjournment of assize of Novel Disseisin is permissible

1323 (17 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Publication in the land of Ireland of the articles contained in ordinance

1324 (17 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Common law, ordinances of Dublin and usages of the land to be maintained

1325 (19 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute of Ireland (affirming the ordinances agreed in previous parliaments during the reign of Edw. 2)

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Staple for Ireland to be held in Dublin, Drogheda and Cork

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No alien may purchase elsewhere on penalty

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sales to aliens only at the staples

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Merchants not to conspire to lessen price of wool, etc., penalty

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Merchants to be governed by the law merchant

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Citizens and commonalty to use only cloth made in England, Ireland or Wales

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Cloth may be made long or short

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

To encourage cloth working, franchises to be granted to fullers, spinners, etc.

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Wool merchants to have a mayor of the staple

1326 (19 Edw. 2) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Merchant strangers taken under the King's protection

1326 (19 Edw. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

An aid of forces granted for suppressing felons and rebels in Tipperary

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Limit of charters of pardon, etc.

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No protection to felons in woods

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Same law for Irish as English, save service of betaghs and villeins (labourers tied to the land)

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

The King's wardships and marriages to be sold for his profit

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs and coroners to be elected by communities of the counties

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No magnate in mainprise towards the King

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Hostages for peace to be kept in King's castles, etc.

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No protection to any being against the King's peace

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No officer of the King to be pledged towards him

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Money to be taken in fine

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Truce between English and Irish to be observed

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No outlaw in geldable land (land liable to taxation) to be received in Liberties, etc.

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs, etc., to account once a year

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

A lord's seneschal not to be an officer of the King

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

King's castles to be inspected yearly by the Treasurer

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs to put their names in returns to writs

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Burgesses to collect customs in towns

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Justiciar to enquire yearly as to the King's officers, etc.

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No person to maintain kernes (foot-soldiers) or idlemen, except in their own marches (boundaries of land)

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

King's officers to find mainprize (surety) in Ireland to answer for their account there

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

All having lands in Ireland to reside in same or place guard in them

1331 (5 Edw. 3) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

None to favour the Irish who are against the King's peace

1331 (5 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1: Memoranda Roll of the Exchequer]

Castles, lands, etc., granted after the King undertook the government to be resumed into his hands

1331 (5 Edw. 3) Stat. on Wardship [Calendar of the Close Rolls]

English law of wardship

1332 (6 Edw. 3)

Observance in Ireland of several statutes

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Reasons for want of profit from the King's lands

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Officers not executing the law by force of arms

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Corruption by King's Officers who ride in force so as to claim fees

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Castles, etc., in the enemy's hands by default of the King's officers

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Prohibition of fees paid for castles that no longer exist

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Payment for victuals taken

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Officers appointed, not sufficient to answer to the King

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Costs of maintaining leased lands, etc., not allowed

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Officers holding several offices

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

English lieges in Ireland ousted from their freeholds

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fee-farm lands retaken into the King's hands

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

The King's officers seize goods, etc., of a crown debtor

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Officers not delivering back lands, etc., seized

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Escheators' fees on unjust seizures

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Persons have to answer in England for felonies in Ireland

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Partial truces or peaces

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Lands occupied by the Irish enemy during truces held by them thereafter

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Proper maintenance of lands, etc.

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Warrants to distrain where terms for payment of debts granted

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Abuses in election of sheriffs, etc.

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fees to marshal by those arrested

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writs through malice, etc.

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

King's officers take victuals, etc., without payment

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Royal service compounded for in money (restriction in certain cases of feudal service attaching to land, etc.)

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Dwellers in marches (border areas with Irish enemy) be amerced (punished or fined) reasonably

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Imprisonment without indictment and seizure of goods

1342 (16 Edw. 3) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Appointment of certain officials for ports, etc., as in England

1342 (16 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Observance in Ireland of 15 Edw. 3 St. 2

1342-43 (16 & 17 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

King transmitted to his Treasurer and Barons a transcript of an ancient statute used in the Exchequer of England, as to the levying of Queen's gold, commanding its enrolment and observance in Ireland

1344 (18 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

None to supply the Irish at war against the King

1349 (23 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Servants and labourers

1349-50 (24 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Magnates in England having lands in Ireland, to have there men at arms

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference: Great Charter confirmed

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No one to keep kernes (foot-soldiers), etc., except in the marches (boundary with the native Irish) and then only at his own cost

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Idlemen to have lands to farm

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

As to parley, etc., between marchers (those living on the boundary with native Irish) and the enemy

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Chieftains to punish their own retainers, etc.

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

One peace and one war throughout Ireland

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Officers of franchises may pursue felons into geldable land and sheriffs may pursue into franchises

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fraudulent feoffments (granting of lands) void

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Wardens of the peace in each county

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fee of Marshals of the Benches

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No alliance between English and the English or Irish enemies

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Receivers of felons to be imprisoned

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

English truce-breakers to be imprisoned

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute of labourers to be sent to every sheriff, mayor, etc., for proclamation

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

English not to stir up war

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Common law to be used by English, and not the Brehon law, or the march law

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

The King's officers not be hindered

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Persons having lands in the march lands (border lands) to maintain and aid the marches, etc.

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Residents in England having lands in Ireland to contribute towards their defence

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Robbers, malefactors, etc., not to be maintained

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Serjeants of fee to make due execution

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs to seize goods forfeited by attainder, etc.

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

As to taking sheriffs' accounts, Leinster counties

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Fees of sheriffs in their turns

1351 (25 Edw. 3) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

No pleas of withernam before sheriffs

1351 (25 Edw. 3) Stat. on Weights and Measures [Calendar of the Patent Rolls]

Weights and measures

1351 (25 Edw. 3) Writ, Statutes of the Realm vol. 1

Observance of 25 Edw. 3 st. 5

1355 (29 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Correction of errors in Parliaments to be held in Ireland

1360 (34 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Writ, against people associating with the Irish, using their language, or sending children to be nursed among them

1360 (35 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Prohibition on native Irish being made mayor, bailiff, etc.

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Profits of the King's lands

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs to be elected by each county, etc.

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sheriffs to act as escheators

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

As to letting of lands in the King's hands

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Appointment of seneschals, etc., of King's lands

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Accounts of levying the King's debts to be rendered at the Exchequer

1360 (35 Edw. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Holders of great serjeanties to attend on sheriffs' accounts

1362 (36 Edw. 3)

Observance of 36 Edw. 3 st. 1 and st. 2

1363 (37 Edw. 3) [Calendar of the Close Rolls]

Observance of 36 Edw. 3 st. 1 and st. 2

1368 (42 Edw. 3) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

An ordinance made concerning the land of Ireland

1377 (1 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Murgh Obryen subsidised, on condition of withdrawing from Leinster

1378 (1 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Ordinances as to a special guard being assigned for Carlow and neighbourhood during the parliament; as to the Justiciary's fees and allowances, etc., he to have a special guard

1380 (3 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Petitions on behalf of Ireland delivered in the present parliament, together with the answers there made to the same

1380 (4 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Small new customs to be levied

1380 (4 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Subsidy granted by prelates and clergy

1380 (4 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute 40 Edw. 3 c. 14 confirmed

1385 (9 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Community of the land of Ireland, as to not being molested against liberty

1385 (9 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Presence of the King

1385 (9 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Writ conveying terms of 3 English statutes: 27 Edw. 3, 31 Edw. 3, 4 Ric. 2

1388 (12 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Recitals granting subsidies and armed men in aid of the wars

1388 (12 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Corporation of Dublin

1390 (13 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1, Appendix]

Proceedings in Parliament, referring to the release of Nelan O'Neel, on his giving hostages

1393 (17 Ric. 2) [Calendar of the Patent Rolls]

Observance of ordinance for Ireland, 1357

1394 (18 Ric. 2) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

None to sell necessaries to any Irishman not abiding among English lieges

1399 (1 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute of Absentees

1402 (3 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1402 (3 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute against admirals

1402 (3 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Jurisdiction of admirals

1409-10 (11 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Statute that no mariner convey any labourer out of this land

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Confirming liberties of the Church

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Liberties, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

City of Dublin and other cities are to enjoy their franchises

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Kilkenny: confirmation of statutes

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Dissolution or adjournment of parliaments, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Coynye (billeting) and liverey

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Confirming office of clerk of the market

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Certain office holders not to be escheator, clerk of the market, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Defendants to be allowed 3 weeks to take journey to show up and defend

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Inhabitants of Colie in the barony of Dundalk

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Non-compellability of appearance before justice or officer of the peace on certain days

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Procedure to permit absence from Ireland without impeachment, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

False offices taken by escheators and remedies available for this, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Qualifications of escheators, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Escheator to perform office in person, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Possession of lands

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Repeals of patents

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Kings Bench not be removed from the county where it is first appointed without reasonable cause, etc.

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Treatment of officers who protect felons

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Restriction on the movement of grain

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Justices of the Peace

1410 (11 Hen. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Treatment of those who adhere to enemies

1411 (13 Hen. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Writ patent out of England for enrolling and proclaiming the statutes against provisors

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Owing to war and disagreements, the King’s presence necessary in Ireland

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Revenue of the land to be retained for public purposes

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Money to be coined in Ireland as in England

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Pope's sanction to a crusade against the Irish enemies to be sought

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Complaint as to Sir Laurence Merbury, Chancellor, having refused to affix the Great Seal to a message for the King

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Request for remedy against heavy charges

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Heirs of John de Stanley, late lieutenant, to be compelled to pay his debts, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Mode of government of Thomas, archbishop of Dublin, Justiciar, a good example to be followed

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Sir John Talbot, lieutenant, and his officers, to make amends for extortions, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Commissioners to be appointed, to enquire into the conduct of lieutenants, officers, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Request for aid and support to the present lieutenant, who abolished coynye (billeting), etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Extortions through illiterate men performing office in the Exchequer by deputy

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

English lieges born in Ireland no longer received in Inns of Court

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Castilian and Scotch enemies hold the sea between England and Ireland: merchants robbed, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Escheators of Ireland not to appoint deputies unless they have sufficient lands, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Pardon of crown debts

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Recital of English Statute 3 Ric. 2 as to absentees

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

As to the patronage of the living of Galtrym, dioceses of Meath, etc.

1421 (9 Hen. 5) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 1]

Power to the lieutenant to receive homage and present to the King's benefices

1427 (5 Hen. 6) [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Priory of Mullingar

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have all its customs, liberties, etc.

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises, etc.

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Descriptive particulars of parties to be added in inquisitions

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commons not to be liable for escape of felons in time of war

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Payments to be made for goods, etc., taken by purveyors, etc.

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Purveyors to be fined for taking goods, etc.

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Subsidy on County of Louth in aid of erection of castles

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Payments for victuals, etc., for hostings, to be made

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

None to sell cloth except of lawful measure

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Arrest of labourers and servants leaving Ireland

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Merchants bringing skins, etc., out of Ireland to be bound to pay customs at foreign staple

1428 (7 Hen. 6) c. 13* [P.R.O. vol. 2] (*2nd statute “c. 13”)

None to sell victuals, etc., to enemies without licence

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Limerick, Drogheda, etc., to have their liberties, etc.

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statutes made in Ireland to be kept

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No purveyors, etc., to be allowed in Ireland

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No rebel to hold offices, lands or tenements of the King

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No subsidies save those granted in the King's Great Council

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statutes against coynye (billeting), livery, etc., to be put in force

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Safeguarders of thieves and rebels adjudged traitors

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Charging the King's subjects with horse or foot, without consent, treason

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No protection to be granted unless party swear that the clause quia profecturus contains truth

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Subsidy on counties Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Louth, in aid of erection of castles

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

None to bring creaghts (nomadic cattle), horses, etc., out of march land (border lands) into land of peace called “Maghery” without licence

1430 (8 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Amercement of parties who did not furnish aid towards Sir John Sutton's expedition, as ordered

1431 (10 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1431 (10 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its customs and liberties

1431 (10 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Drogheda, etc., to have their liberties, etc.

1431 (10 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commissions for counties Meath, Dublin, Kildare and Louth repealed, as to harassing

1431 (10 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Labourers in County Louth to be brought in for erection of castles

1441 (20 Hen. 6) [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A complaint from the Lords and Commons of Ireland, to King Hen. 6 against James Butler Earl of Ormond

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2 as c. 17]

Illegal levying of custom

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 1] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 2] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 3] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave for Sir John Talbot, Chancellor, to appoint a deputy

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 4] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent appointing Robert Plunket Chief Justice at Pleas

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 5] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent appointing Edward Somerton second justice at Pleas

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 6] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Annulling of letters patent appointing Michael Gryffyn Chief Baron of the Exchequer

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 8] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent appointing Hugh Wogan Clerk of the Crown in Chancery

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 9] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas Belyane pretended Dean of Ossory adjudged a traitor and his benefices and dignities forfeited

1447 (25 Hen. 6) [c. 10] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Repeal of statute as to Exchequer and Common Bench being removed out of Dublin

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to levying arrears of money raised for war, due to William Welles and others

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King's officers in Ireland may purchase lands, etc., there

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of statute as to foreign merchants coming to Ireland being under the King's protection

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Citizens of Waterford to resist the rebels and traitors

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir John Pilkyngton, deprived of the Escheatry of Ireland under Act of Parliament, through absence

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dunlavin free of tallages, etc., for 5 years

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Kilmainham, etc., free of tallages, etc., for 5 years

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made that Thomas Veldon and others, as traitors, appear before the Council

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made that Gerrot Cruys and others, as traitors, appear before the King’s lieutenant

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent exempting the Abbot of Tintern from attendance on parliament or great councils

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King to be certified of truth as to sorcery being practised in Ireland

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made that Gerrot Cruys and others appear before the King's lieutenant, to clear themselves of alleged offences

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor, etc., of Drogheda discharged from accounting at Exchequer for customs and tolls

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Session of Duke of York in liberty of Meath, which was not held owing to the seneschal's absence on an expedition in Ulster, to be held later

1447 (25 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Special levy for erecting castles

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties, etc.

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises, etc.

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No commission out of Chancery to enquire of felonies, etc., in County Dublin, etc., except such as made to the justices of the peace

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Chief serjeant liberty of Meath, to account for issues

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Judges to enter in their own names fines, etc., received by them

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No lord of parliament to be sheriff to the King or to a franchise

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Indictments on treasons, etc., in Dublin and Kildare before commissioners annulled, save in Cahyll Carragh's case

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands, etc., held of temporal lords charged with rents, etc., as alms for religious houses and not ancient foundation of the same and tenants of such lands, etc., to be assessed for subsidies and taxes

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Certain justices, barons and officers of the King to enjoy their offices, according to the effect of the letters patent

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation to Christopher Plunket, Lord of Killeen, of a market at Killeen

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Discharge of 20 marks to Christopher Plunket, penalty for not building a castle at Piercetown in Meath, and letters patent annulled

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made that the Abbot of Dunbrody, who was seized when coming to parliament, be set at liberty

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Wykes and others may appoint deputies during absence and their lands, etc., to be under the King’s protection

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Irregular grants of certain offices annulled

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Execution of recognizances against Nicholas Husse, baron of Galtrim, not to be made

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Discharge of 20 marks to William Nugent, penalty for not building a castle at Dardistown in Meath, and letters patent annulled

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

William Crose made prior of Foure

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Discharge of sureties for building a castle at Kilpatrick in Meath

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Discharge of John Bombose and sureties for building a castle at Croyneston in Meath and for levy in aid

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Bishop of Leighlin discharged of £20 amercement for not appearing in a great council

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Bishop of Ossory discharged of £20 amercement for not appearing at a great council

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Bishop of Connor and Down discharged of £20 amercement for not appearing at a great council

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John, Bishop of Limerick, pardoned an amercement for £20 for not attending a great council

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

The King advised to grant that John Kevernok be Treasurer of Limerick Cathedral

1449 (27 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Rights of the citizens of Limerick to vote at election of mayor and bailiffs

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

The Holy Church to be free and enjoy her liberties and franchises, etc.

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Enjoyment of franchises and liberties in Ireland

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

The cities of Dublin and Waterford, the town of Drogheda and other cities and towns to enjoy their liberties, franchises and good customs, etc.

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sergeants to answer for the issues by them returned

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Waterford, Cork, etc., to layde corne from Dublin, etc.

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Supplication to the King regarding the Earl of Osmond

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

The keeping of certain castles

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ardfynan discharged from customs and sanctions

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomastown walled

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commendations sent to the King on behalf of the Archbishop of Dublin

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Walling of the town of Meath

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Patents for buildings of castles

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Limerick not let their lands to Irish enemies without the assent of the bailiffs, etc.

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Levy on Ulster

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Order against Alexander Shelton for exhibiting a false acquitance on his account in the Exchequer

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Levy for the town of Fiddert

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Privilege; discharges the arrest of a citizen of Limerick

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Grant of free liberties to pilgrims coming from and going to the Abbey of Trim

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Annuity for Cardinal of Carthelaghe

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sessions in the liberty of Meath not to be discontinued

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands held by ancestor to be held by Lord Barrey for life

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands held by ancestor to be held by Lord Roche for life

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands held by ancestor to be held by Lord Coursey for life

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Removal of Oneale (O'Neill) from specific land

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir William Wells, knight, escheator of Meath, may appoint a deputy

1449 (28 Hen. 6 (Dublin)) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of statute against provisors, etc.

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their franchises, etc.

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands, rents, etc., granted by the King, to be resumed into his hands

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Royal service to be proclaimed and a levy to be made

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of ordinances of great council last held

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Justiciar and other officers may purchase lands, etc., in Ireland, while in office, notwithstanding statutes

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Fynyn O'Driscoll to be treated as an enemy

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No purveyor to take corn, hay, etc., or tithes belonging to the church, without consent

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard, Duke of York, to be restored to wardship of 2 parts of lands, etc., in liberties of Meath and Ulster, held by Janico and John Dartas, Liscartan

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Archbishop of Armagh may purchase lands, advowsons, etc., to the value of 100 marks yearly

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Archbishop of Armagh, etc., to levy £100 paid for resisting O'Neill and others in Louth

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Abbot of Our Lady, Navan, may purchase lands, advowsons, etc., to the value of £40 yearly

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commons of Irishtown, Kilkenny, parishoners of vicars of the common hall of St. Canice, discharged of all tallages, assessments, etc.

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to James, Earl of Ormond, to go on pilgrimage to Cantebury and other places, and to be absent one year

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

William and Nicholas Arture of Limerick to appear and answer for seizing prize wines belonging to James, Earl of Ormond, during his arrest in England

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Sir Esmond Mulso to make a town, to be called Mulsoescourt in Fercullen, etc.

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to Sir Esmond Mulso to appoint a deputy seneschal of the liberty of Meath, during his absence in the King’s wars

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Robert, Bishop of Ferns, by reason of age and infirmity, excused from attendance at parliaments or great councils

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to Sir William Welles to appoint a deputy escheator, liberty of Meath, during his absence in the King's wars

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

When mayor and bailiffs of Dublin leave the City on the King's service, they may appoint deputies to hold pleas

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Louth, etc., to be discharged of escapes for homicides by the Irish

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas Bathe, Escheator of Ireland, may appoint a deputy

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Walter Birford arraigned assise of novel disseisin against John Heyne

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Grant of customs to the King as a subsidy, 19 Hen. 6, revoked

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Profits of land devised for repair of Babesbridge over the Boyne to be delivered to the Abbot of Navan and another, to be laid out on repairs

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statute made in Ireland 8 Hen. 6 as to English cloth sold by English merchants to be amended in accordance with the English statute

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Maurice de la Noe, merchant of Brittany, may come with 60 persons, for victualling in Limerick

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomastown, County Kilkenny, free of tallages, etc., for 10 years, for repair of its walls

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Merchants and mariners may come to Cork, Waterford, etc., with corn

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Towns built by Englishmen in Kildare to be free of tallages, etc., for 6 years

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Letter of thanks to the King for James, Earl of Ormond

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made that Walter Bernevale appear to answer Laurence Taaf

1450 (28 Hen. 6 (Drogheda)) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor and bailiffs of Limerick to have power to deliver gaol

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises, etc.

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Grant to Michael, Archbishop of Dublin

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Parliament to be held before Easter

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Deeds, leases, etc., made by Thomas FitzGerrot, a deprived prior of Kilmainham, annulled

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent to Robert Douedall, Chief Justice, Common Bench, granting him £40 yearly and arrears due

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent to John Cornewalshe, Chief Baron, granting him 20 marks yearly, etc.

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent to John Chevir, Keeper of the Rolls of Chancery

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant to John Gogh, second Baron of the Exchequer

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant to Thomas Sneterby, serjeant-at-law, of 100 shillings out of Chapelizod and Salmon Leap (Leixlip)

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant to Robert Fitz Rery, Attorney of the King, of 100 shillings out of Chapelizod and Salmon Leap (Leixlip)

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant to Thomas Walshe, Clerk of the Council, of 10 marks yearly, out of Dublin City, etc.

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Christopher, Lord of Howth, to search for tin and lead ore in Howth

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Sir William Welles, seneschal of the liberty of Meath, to appoint a deputy

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Walter Corre to be restored to the office of chief serjeant, County Louth

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A levy of wheat and malt on Dublin, Meath and Louth, for Richard Ingrame to work mines of silver, lead, etc., found by him

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Subsidy of £10 to John Shirton to help in building a castle in Kildare

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to issue that Davy Semay and others appear to answer for breaking into the house of Thomas Loue, etc.

1450 (29 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to issue against Laurance Meryfeld and others for taking away a ship and merchandise of John Motte

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Actions relating to the Earl of Kildare

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor of Dublin, etc., discharged for prosecution of certain rebels

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

The sessions of the liberty of Meath to be restrained until another day

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

That the court in the liberty of Meath may be held before the Justice of the liberty for a year

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

That a writ shall be made for the Master of the Rolls to appear in parliament to be examining certain records of parliament that should be in his custody

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Extending the County of Dublin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Repeal of a recognizance made by Sir Nicholas Woder, knight

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Prohibition to impose livery or coynye (billeting) on church lands

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Swearing of the peace

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Measures of corn

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Meath, Kildare and Uriell discharged of subsidies

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Declaring the appearance of Bedlowe at Dublin Castle

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Avoiding a lease made by the prior of St. John’s of Jerusalem and Thomas Bathe

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirming a lease made to Robert Dowall, Chief Justice

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Granting of licence to John Hall of Bagottesrath

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

An order for payment of the second Justice of the King's Bench

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

That John Gorge and others may distrain for rents assigned to them for payment of their fees

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A repeal of a grant made of the maner of Gormaniston (Manor of Gormanstown)

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

To avoid an obligation made by the Baron of Delvin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

To avoid a bond of the staple (market) made by the Baron of Delvin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Steven Derpatrick and others ordered to appear in the King's bench, or face being adjudged felons, etc.

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Trial of a murder done at Greenecastle, in Uriell

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Repeal of an Act ordering the appearance of Michael Griffen in the King's Bench

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Grant of certain land for life to Chancellor of St. Patrick's of Dublin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor, etc., of Dublin to be discharged of parts of their fee farms (fee simple estate with a rent reserved to the grantor)

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor and bailiffs of Dublin to give licences to unload cargo, etc.

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

James Caddell restored to the possession of Beshelliston against the claim of Richard Beshell

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Granting of leave to Abbot of St. Thomascourte to sue in King's Bench against false verdict in the Court of Exchequer

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A fee for keeping the Castle of Cartheligh

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Everard of Randeliston restored

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patents made to Nicholas Blackton

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A confirmation of the office of Second remembrance

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Avoiding an obligation made by Robert Barnewall and John Prapeston to Sir Thomas Cusake, knight

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Bennet and action of debt upon the recovery of money against the Prior of St. John's of Jerusalem

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Water of Thamon

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Castle of Tawloughe

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Castle of Ballemore

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Award for building of castle in County Kildare

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas Whyte to be restored to possession of Jokestown

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of Thomas Johnson to the office of Chief Sergeant in County of Dublin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Waterford; water bailiff not to take any custom of any of the commons

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commission for persons employing labourers to work on trenches and fortresses on the borders of County of Meath

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commission for persons employing labourers to work on trenches and fortresses on the borders of County of Louth

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commission for persons employing labourers to work on trenches and fortresses on the borders of County of Kildare

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commission for persons employing labourers to work on the borders of the County of Dublin

1453-54 (32 Hen. 6) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Writ of error

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford, Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Edmond Fitz Symond and others, to find security not to molest William Crosse, Prior of Fore

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas Bath discharged as receiver of the manors of Leixlip and Chapelizod, held in fee farm by Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Jenet, widow of Christopher, Lord of Killeen, to recover £100 due him by Christopher, Baron of Slane

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Commission to copy into a roll statutes made from 8 Hen. 6 to the present and estreat them into Exchequer

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Barriers to be made at bridges of Lucan and Kilmainham against Irish enemies

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Portreeves of Ardee to be justices of the peace there

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Michael, Archbishop of Dublin, to have £40

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Edmond, Bishop of Meath, to be restored to possessions of the See, of which he was deprived under acquisitions

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of appointment of James Prendregaste, alias Collyn, as Clerk of the Hanaper

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Judgment of 100 marks against John Bernewall of Kilbrew, annulled

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard, son and heir to Patrick Sedgrave, restored to his estates

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Smokesilver to be levied and expended on measures for protection of County Kildare

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Cows, sheep, goods, etc., taken by force from Robert and Anne Douedall of Rathcoffey, to be restored to them

1455 (33 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King's special protection for pilgrims to the house of St. Mary of Navan

1455 (33 Hen. 6) [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Certain persons to distrain for their payments due under their office out of the fee farm of Chapelizod and the Salmon Leap (Leixlip)

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties and franchises

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their customs and franchises

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Recognizances of Thomas, Earl of Kildare, and others, to be cancelled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Justice of the Liberty of Meath to act for Thomas, Earl of Kildare, seneschal, in his absence

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Only one parliament or great council to be held within a year

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

No sheriff to be elected escheator for the next year

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Messengers to be sent to the King showing the great danger the land is in, unless remedy be provided

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pleas, etc., for Meath to be held in Tholsel, Drogheda, on Meath side, and for Uriell in the Tolsell on the Uriell side

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Act of 33 Hen. 6 as to merchants only being mayors of Dublin and Drogheda, repealed

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sheriff County Dublin to have £10 for the guarding of the march of the County

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir William Welles to have his escheatorship of the liberty of Meath, notwithstanding Statute 32 Hen. 6

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Fitz Recher to surrender himself to answer Rolond Fitz Eustace

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of Letters patent granting Robert Douedall £20 yearly

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant to Christopher, Lord of Howth, to be of the King's Council, with £10 out of the new customs

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Christopher, Lord of Howth, appointed on a message to the King, not to suffer for having been hindered

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Enactments against Esmond Bryan annulled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lands in King's Milltown, County Dublin, and Loghan's land, to be free from subsidy or tallage, etc.

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Indictment, etc., against John, Archbishop of Armagh, annulled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Portreeves of Ardee to be justices of the peace there

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Arnald Malename and Pownsset de Sowle to be denizens

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King’s hands removed from the manor of Rathfarnham and it restored to feoffees of Esmond Birt

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence for Nicholas, prior to Connell, to receive certain lands, etc.

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Philip Cowherd or Maunsell claims lands under false deeds, as alleged

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Jenico Markes, native of Gascony, and his issue, denizens

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Allowances to electors of John Knight, formerly sheriff of the cross of Meath, in his account

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Towers to be made on the bridges of Kilmainham and Lucan and by the wall of St. Mary’s Abbey, against Irish entering into Fingal

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence for the Abbess of Clonard to exchange Calliaghstown for Dexterstown and Jordanstown

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir John Douedall discharged of the office of seneschal of the liberty of Ulster

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Simon Fitz Richard pardoned all offences, etc.

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Act against Richard Fitz Richer annulled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ships bringing Irish folk as mendicants into English land to pay a penalty

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Customs granted for building a tower at Ballycor, Meath

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pardon of treasons, etc., and outlawry against John Haddesors and James Chamberleyn

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Act against Richard Tame for seizing goods of Thomas Loue annulled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Act against Davy Semay for seizing goods of Thomas Loue annulled

1455 (34 Hen. 6) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pardon to Patrick White and others for having seized Patrick Sedgrave and drowned him

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2 as c. 6]

Duty on exporting silver

1456 (35 Hen. 6) [c. 1] [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties and franchises

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford, Drogheda, etc., to have their customs and franchises

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Recognizances of Thomas, Earl of Kildare, to be cancelled

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Certain evil doers in Dublin, Meath, Uriell and Kildare to surrender at Dublin Castle

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Years of scarcity cause of people leaving Ireland

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Waste lands not to be assessed, contrary to the King's commission

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Fraternity of St. George, Dublin, to receive a cow or its value out of booty in County Dublin, etc.

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Custom to be paid on all silver, bullion, etc., taken out of Ireland

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pleas, etc., for Meath to be held in Tholsel, Drogheda, on Meath side, and for Uriell in the Tolsell on the Uriell side

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

A levy of 40 pence by the ploughland in Meath, to defray expenses of a mission to England, not expended

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

£10 to be levied on Kildare, for building a tower at Kilcullen

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patent to Earl of Shrewsbury of 80 marks, in part payment of his fees as Chancellor

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thorncastle in King's hands through the minority of Stephen FitzWilliam

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation to Roger Crosse, Archdeacon of Dublin, of grant of absence out of Ireland

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sessions of the liberty of Meath to be held by the Justice in absence of Thomas fitz-Morice, seneschal

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Prior, etc., of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland to distrain for rents and alms, notwithstanding seizure into King's hands

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Robert Houth discharged of £20 on his account as sheriff of County Dublin

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Laurence Taaff, formerly sheriff of Uriell, discharged of certain liveries in his account

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Indictments, etc., against the Prior of Ardee annulled

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Recognizance of John Russell and others made void

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ordinance against Richard Tame at suit of Thomas Loue annulled

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Seizure of temporalities of Bishopric of Kildare annulled, King's hands amoved

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Stephen Derpatrick and others not to interfere with Abbot of St. Thomas, Dublin, in tithes of the parish of Derrypatrick, Meath

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Davy Fleming and others taken prisoners at sea by Breton ships

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Esmond and Johan Walsh to appear and show their title to the lands of Shanganagh, etc., in County Dublin claimed by Richard Laweles

1456 (35 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

William Fraynes and James Darcie to appear to answer for wrong done to Richard Caddell in the manor of Athlumney, County Meath

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties and franchises

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their customs and franchises

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statute of 35 Hen. 6 against John Cantwell, Archbishop of Cashel, repealed

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to accounts of chief serjeants and sheriffs

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Regulations for strengthening the defences of Louth

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Temporal officers to reside in Ireland

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to Edward Somerton, second justice, to found a chantry at St. Mary's altar in St. Nicholas Church, near the High Cross, Dublin

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Authority granted to John Chevir to found a chantry in the Church of St. Michan, Dublin

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Authority granted to Robert Preston, Lord of Gormanston, to found a chantry in a chapel near the church of St. Patrick of Stamullin, County Meath

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ballymany, Ladytown and Morristown, diocese of Kildare, to be united to the house of Connell

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Nugent, baron of Delvin, to recover £100 from William Botiller

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Discharge of Richard Nugent, Baron of Delvin, for issues or forfeitures due by him

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to equality of charges on Donaghmore

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Duke of York may hold sessions of his liberty of Trim, whether seneschal be present or not

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proportion of booty taken from Irish enemies to be given to fraternity of St. George, Dublin, for support of works of the church of St. George

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of letters patent of office of second engrosser of the Exchequer to Richard Tame

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Repeal of an Act made against Esmond Botiller and others

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Repeal of an Act attainting John Hadsors

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ordinances against Richard Fitz Richer annulled

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Defence of Dundalk by trenching in order to allow the sea to flow round it

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Henry Kyng had grant of the free chapel of Holy Trinity, Cork

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Alice Talbot, wife to Launcelot Fitz Richard, to be restored to her lands

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Outlawry against William Shillingford and others, of Wicklow, annulled

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to William Welleston, Dublin, to work mines at Clonmines, County Wexford

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Bellewe to have livery of the manor of Roche, County Louth

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statute against Henry Walsh and others repealed

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Statute against Richard Bellewe of Roche repealed

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Ley to be satisfied by Henry and William Walsh for loss of a horse

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pardon of Piers Bermyngham and repeal of an Act against him

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proceedings as to a recognizance of Richard Chamer of Hilltown, to be enquired into

1458 (36 Hen. 6) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pardon of Richard Eustace, prebendary of Lusk, of provisions touching said prebend

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford, and Drogheda, etc., to have their customs and franchises

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sessions of the liberty of Trim may be held, in absence of seneschal, by the justice

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pleas, etc., for Meath to be held in Tholsel, Drogheda, on Meath side, and for Uriell in the Gildhall on the Uriell side

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr near Dublin may hold their manors, etc.

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to amend return to a writ of certiorari on behalf of the Baron of Slane

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Robert and Anne Douedall to have letters, etc., as to Anne's claim as daughter and heir of John Wogan

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patent to Richard Bermyngham granting him the office of Chancellor of Green Wax, etc.

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas Talbot to have livery of lands in Dublin, Meath and Kildare

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of grant of 20 marks yearly to Drogheda for repair of bridge, walls, etc.

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Mareward, baron of Skreen, to have £10 as a reward for services

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patent to Rowland Fitz Eustace and Thomas Cusack, granting them offices of Clerk of Crown, etc.

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Indictment against Richard Ward and others void

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave for John and Amy Bellewe and Walter and Anne Dillon to receive rents, etc., in right of Amy and Anne, as heirs of Christopher Flemyng

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Inquisition as to Henry Bathe coming to Kildare in warlike fashion annulled

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patents to Jenico Dartas of the office of Chirographer, etc., of the Common Bench

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Quashing of inquisition, finding John Ardagh and John Cadegan Irish, they being of English blood

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation to be made against William Botiller and others at suit of John Burton

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Fynsam and others discharged of losses in the Exchequer

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Land given for repairs of Maudelynes Bridge at Duleek

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Patent of pardon of James Cacy to be of force, notwithstanding sureties not found

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to building a castle at Cork, near Bray

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patents granting Jenico Dartas the office of Chirographer, etc., Common Bench

1459 (37 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Grant to Meiler de la Mare for repair of the castle of Moybreckre

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland to enjoy its liberties

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their customs and franchises

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Confirmation of patent appointing the Duke of York lieutenant of Ireland for 10 years

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

For protection, etc., of the Duke of York as lieutenant

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Ireland bound only by laws of its Parliament

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Subjects having £20 yearly to keep an archer mounted, with bows and arrows, ready for war

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation that Thomas Bathe appear to answer for various offences

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Regulation of the coinage, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Chief serjeants to account in Exchequer when sheriffs, etc., account there

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to profits of lands enfeoffed to use of feoffer

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Receivers to account for subsidy granted in liberty of Meath, in Exchequer of lordship of Trim

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

William Overey attainted of treason

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Archbishop of Tuam and the bishops of Limerick, Emly, Killaloe, Derry, Down and Connor, to appear in Chancery

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Pleas in Uriell to be held in the Thosel of Drogheda, on the Uriell side

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Convent of the house of St. Mary, Trim, may elect their abbots without licence

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Babe restored to Dromiskin, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sessions of the court the liberty of Meath to be held before the Justice of the Duke of York in the seneschal's absence

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King's hands to be amoved from manor of Rathfarnham, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Richard Byrne and others to appear in Chancery, to answer Nicholas Abbot

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

James Bathe and his wife, Katherin Flemyng, having separated, she may have an action of debt against him, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation that Bartholomew Bath appear before the Council to answer for ousting Jenet, widow of John Whitacre, from lands in County Meath and in Drogheda

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Michael Trevers to enter lands of Dubber and Coolockrath, until satisfied of a debt due by Pierce Coulok

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to deed of annuity to Patrick Ronan, clerk

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Tankard to appear in Chancery and exhibit a deed for lands of the See of Dublin

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir Robert Preston, Lord of Gormanston, to have place in Parliament as his father and grandfather had

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to acquittances in the hands of Robert Young, London

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Margaret Nugent, late wife of William Botiller, to have her dower

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Act of resumption (enabling the King to seize certain property, for certain purposes and periods)

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Certiorari to issue as to seizure of Mallahow

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence to the Friars Preachers, Dublin, to hold lands, etc., given to them in alms

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation that Esmond Botiller and others appear to answer for their treasons, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Proclamation that Edmund Richardson and others appear to answer for their conduct

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Regulations as to cutting turf in Balrothery bog

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence for Edmund, Earl of Rutland, Chancellor of Ireland, to appoint a deputy

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Fixing the value of coins to be received in Ireland

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Annulling an Act made against Thomas Talbot, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Approval of a lease made to the Duke of York

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Leave to Piers Couloke to enter on lands of Dame Maude, late wife of Sir John Hadsore, in Louth

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

As to making dykes, etc., in Newcastle and Rathdown for the protection of the marches

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Robert Douedall and wife to have a letter testimonial as to her inheritance in Pembrokeshire

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Esmond Botiller to have pardon of felonies, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Cornewalsh, Chief Baron of Exchequer, to appear and answer for not attending in Parliament as one of the Council

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Henry Walshe to appear and answer for his conduct

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Justices of Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) may give judgment in Cruys v. Bateman, though that court was moved to Drogheda during process

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Owing to alienations by former archbishops of the property of the See of Dublin, the marches are wasted

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Katherine Flemyng to have an action of debt against James Bath, her divorced husband

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

King's hands to be amoved from premises, etc., in Kilcullen

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Licence for Prior of St. Giles, Little Malvern, and convent, to be absent from Ireland for 3 years, they being parsons of Clonsilla

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Merchants may sell in Ireland cloths called dozens sealed with King's seal

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Indictments of treason, etc., against Piers Neele to be void

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Sir James Pykeryng and Henry Cartmall may, on behalf of the wife of John Higham, take appeal of his death

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Patrick and Geffyn White to be pardoned of treasons, etc.

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Lord of Gormanston and others to have leave to go to England

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Thomas St. Just, parson of Trim, to have leave to go to England

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Roger Eyton, Chief Engrosser of the Exchequer, to have leave to go to England

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Nicholas Harpisfeld, Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer, etc., of Trim, to have leave to go to England

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

John Wall, parson of Galtrim, to have leave to go to England

1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 2]

Mayor, etc., of Limerick, to pay their fee farm, unpaid

1461 (1 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [1]]

Remission of part of the fee farm of the City of Dublin

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their customs, etc.

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

New silver coins to be made

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Taking wheat and corn out of the country

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Thomas Plunket to have 12 trees out of Trim park

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Issues lost in suits by Richard Nugent, baron of Delvin to be null

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Proctors of Kilmallock Church, County Limerick, may receive lands, rents, etc.

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Sutton to have profits of his wardships, until he levy his arrears

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Katherine Petit, widow of Sir John Kerdyf, to have writ of dower

1462 (1 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Broun, Waterford, to appear to answer writ of error

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Commons of Dublin, etc., discharged of amercements incurred for not appearing at Knockalyn and Slewyn

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Each to answer for his own offences and those of his family and men

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Gentry to answer for idlemen

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Statutes, grants, etc., in favour of Dublin City confirmed

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

New farthings of copper mixed with silver to be coined

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sheriff of Meath to have £10 for 3 years, compensation for losses

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

£40 to Lord Gormanston and Sir Thomas Plunket for building a castle at the ford of Kinnafad

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grants of customs in Trim, etc., for pavage and murage ratified

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Duke of Somerset and several others adjudged traitors and to forfeit lands, etc.

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

King's sessions to be held for Meath in Tolsell, Drogheda, on Meath side, and for Louth and Uriell in the Tolsell on that side

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of letters patent to Sir William Welles of offices of Chancellor and Chief Butler of Ireland

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Statute 28 Hen. 6 as to castle, etc., of Ballivor made void

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Preston, Lord of Gormanston, as Lord of Kells in Ossory, to sit in Parliament above David Flemyng, Baron of Slane, etc.

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Preston, Lord Gormanston, may distrain for yearly rents on manors, etc., granted him by letters patent

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Barnewall, Lord of Trimlestown, may distrain in the manor of Trim

1462 (2 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ratification, approvement and confirmation of letter patent

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their customs, franchises, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of office of Justice of Ireland to Thomas, Earl of Kildare

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Earl of Desmond, as deputy of Duke of Clarence, may appoint a deputy

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act of resumption, allowing seizure of lands and profits rightfully belonging to the King

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Endowment of Alice, widow of Lord Slane, void

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Custody of Carlow, Ross, etc., to be committed to Earl of Desmond

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Profits of markets in Dungarvan and Rathkeale granted for defence of those towns

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Release of receipt of fee farms of Dungarvan to Earl of Desmond

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Lofft, etc., pretended burgesses of Mungret, to do Bishop of Limerick suit and service, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Livery of lands to Christopher Bellew

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Subsidy to Richard Bellew for repairing castle of Roche

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert and Roger Rocleford to have for 20 years lands in Cookstown, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Harrold to surrender, to answer for murder and pillage at Balally, Dundrum, County Dublin

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Persons who occupy King's inheritance in Connaught to appear and show title

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Feoffments, leases, etc., by priors Fitzgerot and Talbot, void

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against James Ketyng, prior St. John Jerusalem, for assaulting Sir Robert Douedall, annulled

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Inspeximus charter to Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Esmond Roche to surrender, and show title

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Acts against Richard Bermyngham, deceased, annulled

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Chevir restored to mill of Esker, watercourse, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James de Dokeray to surrender, to answer charges made by him against Earl of Desmond

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Wyncheton to surrender, to show title to Church of Kilbarrymeaden

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Bossher to surrender, to show title to prebend of Killawgy

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Laurence Taaff to surrender, to show title

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher Wellesley pardoned treasons, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James White and another to surrender for robbing, etc., Thomas Notte and another

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act of resumption by the taking back of offices by the King

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant to Germyn Lynche as to coinage of Ireland

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Henry Mann to surrender, to show title to Pevreleston, County Meath

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Hay to appear, to show title to Lingstown, etc., County Wexford

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Suit against Archbishop of Dublin and Robert Ashe, void

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Proctors of St. Patrick's, Wexford, may receive possessions, etc., for said church

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant to SS. Peter and Paul, Wexford

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Archbishop of Dublin discharged of royal service, out of Coilacht, it being waste

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Coins to be struck at Dondory, Waterford

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Hugh Rocheford and others to appear before Mayor of Waterford, to answer to John Wadeyn

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Steps to be taken by Baron of Delvin for defence of the Barony

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Nicholas Nugent to account with Baron of Delvin for sums received on lands mortgaged

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Baron of Delvin to have royal service from Coladoghran, Ballymony, Cloghran

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

People of Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Youghal, may barter with the Irish

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Elice, widow of Richard Bourk, of Caherconlish, to have her dower out of his lands

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Wexford town fund called “common share” to be expended on walling

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grants, etc., to Limerick

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Mayor, etc., of Limerick, to hear and determine action by William Comyn, of that City, against persons who disseised him of lands in the County

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grant towards building the castle of Kilmahuke, County Kildare

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Lord Portlester to have the manor of Portlester

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grant towards building a castle at Coole, County Wexford

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dower of Margaret, wife of Patrick Corger, out of premises in Limerick City

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher Plunket to have livery of lands in County Meath

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Bishop of Lismore and Waterford may purchase lands, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Parson of St. Laurence, Dunmoe, Meath, to have Prestesrath, to support a chaplain in St. Katherine's chapel

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Letters to be sent to the King as to the services of the Earl of Desmond

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Distresses not to be taken in Donore, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Abbey of St. Thomas, Dublin, to have church of St. Columba, of Confey

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Barnaby Chamberleyn, and others, to answer for murder of John Halton, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chancellor of Ireland to Earl of Kildare

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of Lieutenant of Ireland to Duke of Clarence

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 64 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Fitz Richard and others to answer to Alice Talbot, as to Glaspistol, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office as collectors of custom to Walter Delahide and others

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chancellor of Green Wax, etc., to Walter Delahyde and another

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

100 marks to be levied for Lord Gormanston and others, in which they were bound

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Letters to be sent to the King as to the services of the Earl of Desmond

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chief Chamberlain, Exchequer, to Nicholas Strangways

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 70 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Prior of Errew in Connaught may receive grants in alms, rents, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Repeal of earlier Act compelling Martyn Barnewall to present himself before the Constable of the Castle of Leixlip

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Repeal of earlier Act compelling Richard Fitz Richer to appear before the King's Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas)

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Bermyngham restored to serjeanty of Meath

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Baldongan manor to be assessed in subsidies at half a ploughland

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dean and Chapter of Kildare to appear in Parliament by a proctor

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 76 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Yong and others to enter on Stephenstown and other lands, County Meath

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Fercolyn, County Dublin, to belong to City of Dublin

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 79 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Rathescar, County Louth, assessed as a single ploughland

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 80 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Baron of Skreen to show title to Rathconnell manor

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 81 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Archbishop of Dublin restored to services out of Galmoreston, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 82 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Repair of Babesbridge, County Meath

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 83 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Esmond Hay and others to satisfy John Clone for robbery

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 84 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Writ of dower for Elizabeth, wife of John Eustace, out of manor of Castleknock

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 85 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Indictment against John Eustace annulled

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 86 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robbery of James White

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 87 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Harrold to show title to Newtown, etc., County Dublin

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 88 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Philip Synnot and others to answer John Wadeyn

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 89 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Bill against Johannet Casse annulled

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 90 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Martin Bernevale to show title to Briggesend

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 91 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of Act releasing Thorncastle, County Dublin, of rent

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 92 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dower of wife of Thomas Sueterby

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 93 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert Castell to have yearly pension

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 94 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Vale discharged of accounts in Exchequer

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 95 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Brewer to have £10 from Manor, etc., of Waterford

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 96 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert St. Laurence, as heir of the Lord of Howth, to have livery of lands, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 97 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of £20 yearly to Holy Trinity, Dublin

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 98 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

As to debts due to Robert Yong, London

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 99 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Founding of a chantry in Dunboyne Church

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 100 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Chaplains of the new College of St. Mary, Youghal, may acquire lands, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 101 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

House of Friars Preachers, Naas, to have a water mill and water near Naas and Yagoestown

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 102 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent of pardon and release to the Sovereign portreeves, etc., of Ross

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 103 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sheriff of County Cork to make levy, for payment of Knights of the Shire

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 104 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Drawing stones for building a tower at Kilmainham bridge

1463 (3 Edw. 4) c. 105 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act of resumption by the taking back of certain offices by the King

1463 (3 Edw. 4 No. 2) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Hay and others to answer for felonies, etc.

1463 (3 Edw. 4 No. 2) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Deputy of the Lieutenant may appoint a deputy

1463 (3 Edw. 4 No. 2) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Regulations as to prises of wines to be taken by Sir William Welles, Chief Butler of Ireland

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to enjoy their customs, etc.

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of £30 yearly for a term, to John Bennet and others, to be expended on the walls, fosses and gates of Dublin

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patrick Cogle, Clerk of the Crown, to have 10 marks yearly

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Archer, sovereign, and other inhabitants of Kilkenny, pardoned their treasons, etc.

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Judgments, attainders, etc., against Thomas Abbay annulled

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Judgments, attainders, etc., against John Clerne annulled

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Repeal of earlier Act for appearance of John Milton of Duleek

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Drake and others of the County Meath to surrender themselves in Dublin

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Germyn Lynche, goldsmith, to coin money in Dublin, Trim, Waterford and Galway

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Thomas, Earl of Desmond, of manors of Trim, etc., for his life

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grant to Thomas, Earl of Desmond, confirmed

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of deed from Esmond Botiller to Thomas, Earl of Kildare

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Gerald fitz Gerrot

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of all treasons, etc., to Esmond Botiller, son of the Lord of Dunboyne

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dr. John Fitz Rery may sue City of Dublin for an annuity of 8 marks

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Establishment of Friars Preachers of Kilkenny to be free from secular exaction

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Saint Laurence to be restored to the office of Admiral of Ireland

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Rowland FitzEustace and John, Lord Wenlock, to have custody of the manors of Newcastle Lyons and Saggart

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Thomas Newbury of 10 marks yearly out of the Manor of Esker

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Thomas Newbery of 10 marks yearly out of the Manor of Newcastle Lyons

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Bennet to have £3 16 shillings and 8 pence for 60 years on condition of his continuing to erect a tower at Baltire

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Piers Cruys discharged of part of his chief rent out of Crumlin on account of his losses through being taken by the O'Brynnes

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Fraternity of brethren and sisters to be known as that of St. Nicholas the Bishop, of Dunsany

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Privy seals of the Duke of York for homage allowed

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Licence for James, Earl of Ormond, and others to found a Guild of Shoe-makers of Dublin, to be called the Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary: also to found a chantry at St. Michael's Church, High Street, Dublin

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Establishment of company of men at arms for County Meath

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Michael, Archbishop of Dublin, accused of having assaulted Stephen FitzWilliam at Jobstown

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John, Archbishop of Armagh, indebted to Lombards of Medici Bank, London, to pay £551 6 shillings and 6 pence to James Welles

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Silver bullion coming to mints in Ireland to pay as before

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of £4 10 shillings yearly to Robert Rochefort

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of Grant to Walron Wellesley of manors of Blackcastle and Donaghmore, County Meath

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Outlawry against John Bulle, Abbot of Navan, not to prejudice John, Archbishop of Armagh, formerly Abbot there

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John, Archbishop of Armagh, may appoint deputy in his office as Warden of the Peace for Uriell and Louth

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

University of Drogheda

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

£10 worth of silver to be levied and paid to Esmund Wellesley, Baron of Norragh, County Kildare, towards erecting a castle there

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sheriff of County Meath to have £10 yearly, owing to expenses of the office

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent to be made granting Richard, Bishop of Kildare, leave of absence out of Ireland for three years

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant to Friars Preachers of Dublin of 10 marks out of the fee farm of the City

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of leave of absence out of Ireland for 4 years to John Alleyn, prebendary of Howth

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Barnewall of Drimnagh and Eleanor his wife, to have 7 marks yearly

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Inquisition finding John Kevernok, Vicar of Lusk, an Irishman, annulled

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Margaret, Prioress of Lismullin, seised of Premises in Dunsink and Kellytown

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Laurence Nettervile of Duleek to surrender at Dublin Castle

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant to Roger Rochford of the office of Chief Engrosser in the Exchequer

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher Berford to enter into land at Oldtown Corbally, in the Barony of Navan, recently held by James, Earl of Ormond

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patrick Flatisbery seised of Osberstown, Johnstown and Palmerstown, County Kildare

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Leave for Thomas Sherlok of Kilkenny to make an attorney in the Court of Common Pleas

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Rooth, John Fowlyng and others who disturb John Fowlyng of Drogheda in his possessions in Kilkenny to appear in the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas), to show title

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

King's hands to be removed from premises in Fethard, County Tipperary

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Roger Penkeston of County Kildare to have £10 towards erecting a tower at Ballynagappagh

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Taaff of County Louth to have £10 towards erecting a tower at Cookstown

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 64 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of trespasses, etc., to Henry Walshe of Carrickmines, and others

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act commanding Robert Taillour of Swords to appear, annulled

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Attainders, etc., against James and Christopher Bellewe annulled

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act commanding John Nugent to surrender himself made void

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act commanding John Fleming to surrender himself made void

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act commanding William Balfe to surrender himself made void

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 70 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act commanding James Fleming to surrender himself made void

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act attaining Walter Cruys of high treason made void

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Pursell to submit to legal decision on title of William Saint John

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William and Elizabeth Davy restored to lands from which they had been ousted under an inquisition

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

King’s hands removed from certain lands and James Fay to occupy them

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of controllers of customs and coket in Dublin and Drogheda to Gerrot Fitzgerrot and Thomas Walshe

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 76 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Nugent discharged of surrendering himself at Dublin Castle

1465 (5 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act requiring Robert Cusake, Nicholas Husse and Patrick Husse to surrender themselves at Dublin Castle, repealed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford, Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Audit of accounts of levy on County Meath

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act 5 Edw. 4 c. 38 as to English cloth, annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

“Black rent” hitherto paid to the King's enemies, to be paid to the King's lieutenant

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Coins deficient in weight to be taken, but deficiency to be supplied in current money

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Church to command subjects to be obedient to the King

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Money to be coined

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Hubbert Fitz Nicholas and others to surrender

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Indictments against Robert, Lord of Howth, and several of his servants and tenants annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Recovery of presentation of vicarage of Skreen by John, Abbot of St. Mary's, Dublin, confirmed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Licence to John, Earl of Worchester, and others, to found a chantry at the altar of St. Katherine in church of St. Secundinus, Dunshaughlin

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Execution to be made on William Lynton, prior of Holy Trinity, Dublin, at suit of William Dudley

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Archbishop of Dublin, as Lord of Dalkey, to appoint water bailiff there

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Attainders against William Herbrik void

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Earls of Desmond and Kildare and Edward Plunket attained of treason

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 18a [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John, Earl of Worchester, to have Lambay Island

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 18b [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John, Earl of Worchester, to have Seneschal, County Meath

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Lieutenant to have power to charge and discharge the Lords and Commons

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

None to take any tanned hides out of the land

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Unions, etc., of the certain prebends and appropriations to precentorship, treasurership and archdeaconry of Glendalough in St. Patrick's, Dublin, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent for Barnaby Barnewall to be 2nd Justice of Pleas confirmed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent for John Alleyn, Dean of St. Patrick's

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Acts, attainders, etc., against James Butler, annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher, son of John Douedall, knight, to appear

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Sutton to have 20 marks yearly during life

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patrick Cogle to be Clerk of the Crown in Chancery

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Darcy, Platin, to have a certiorari to certify King's right to certain manors

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Fethard, County Tipperary, to have customs for walling and paving the town

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Plunket and others to surrender to answer Henry Dowedall

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Grampey to pay £15 and costs to Matthew Philipp

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Esmund Fitz Richer pardoned all treasons, felonies, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of Elizabeth Fleming, wife to Christopher Cruys

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Outlawries against Robert Taylor of Swords reversed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

£300 granted to Cross of Wexford for making towers of defence on Taghmon river, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Inquisition against Joan Cristofore quashed; she to enter on premises in Walshstown

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Inquisition against Walter Proute and wife quashed; they to enter on premises in Garristown

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Attainders, etc., against John Drake of Rahood, annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Attainders, etc., against Barnaby Chamberleyn annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Attainders, etc., against John Weston annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Gernon, sheriff of Uriell, to appear and answer to Walter Verdon

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas and Oliver Fannyng to surrender, to show right to certain lordships, etc., County Tipperary

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Obligation of Sir William Welles annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act of resumption of certain property into the King's hands, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Roland Fitz-Eustace, Lord of Portlester, acquitted of accusation of treason

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Deputy lieutenant may authorise the Chancellor to adjourn, prorogue, etc., Parliament

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

A liberty to be in Ulster with all ancillary powers, officers and jurisdiction

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of Robert Bold and others for passing clipped money

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Manor of Dardistown freed from charges

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Indictments, etc., under an Act regulating English cloth, annulled

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert Rocheford and John Nugent to appear, to show title

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert Fitz-Eustace, constable, to keep a sufficient guard in Ballymore Castle

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of Thomas, Earl of Kildare

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent for Robert Bold to absent himself from Ireland for 8 years

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent for Maurice Burghill to absent himself from Ireland for 8 years

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Alleyn, Dean of St. Patrick's, to have revenues of the deanery

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Rothe and others to surrender, to answer John Fowlyng, as to title to certain premises

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Geffrey Delamare attained of treason

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Assessment of County Kildare for walling of Naas

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Assessment on County Kildare for building a castle at Kilcullen Bridge

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Assessment for reward of £40 to Nicholas Broun

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ten marks granted to Friars Preachers, Drogheda

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Garret of Desmond attainted of treason

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent for Sir John Cornewalshe, Chief Baron, to receive yearly £23 6 shillings and 8 pence, confirmed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent making Robert Bold Baron of Ratoath, confirmed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Statute made in England against former Queen Margaret, James, former Earl of Wiltshire and others, confirmed

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

King to have acre of land adjoining the ford of Agane to build a castle for defence

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Dowdall to appear, to answer for erasing a record

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Thomas Plunket and John Chevir to be Justices for Pleas

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 78 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Legacies to St. David’s Church, Kilsallaghan, to be in force

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 79 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Mayor, etc., of Drogheda pardoned all offences, etc.

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 80 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William, Bishop of Emly, and others to appear, to answer Nicholas, prior of St. Mary’s, Kells, County Kilkenny, as to provision for holding said Priory in commendam

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 81 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Chapter acts of St. Patrick’s, Dublin, for extension of divine service and hospitality to be in force, as if made at foundation

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 82 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Union of the vicarage of Ardbraccan

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 83 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Carmelites of St. Mary’s, Drogheda, to have 10 shillings chief rent

1467-68 (7 & 8 Edw. 4) c. 84 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Town of Kells to charge certain customs for fortifying thereof

1469 (8 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [3]]

Confirmation of remissions and pardons previously made to Ismay Barnewall, now wife of Robert Bold

1469-70 (8 & 9 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [4]]

Confirmation of grants of land made by Kings Hen. 2 and John to St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin

1469-70 (8 — 10 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [5]]

St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, discharged from payment of rents in County Dublin

1469-70 (8 — 10 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [6]]

Pardon to Barnaby Barnewall of all debts and accounts

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have her liberties, etc.,

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford, Drogheda, etc., to have their franchises

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Regulations as to the coinage

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Coins being reduced in value by one half

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Acts, etc., against Thomas, Earl of Kildare, repealed

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

On decease of Thomas, Earl of Kildare, King's hands to be removed from his lands, etc.

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Those who have property of John, Earl of Worchester, to deliver up same

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Tenants of Saggart to surrender their truce with O'Toole

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Taxes in aid of Galweston, Kildare

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Collection of subsidies in Harrold's country (discharging the collectors of subsidies in the barony of Newcastle)

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Flemyng to have livery of manors, etc.

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Esmond Plunket to have livery of manors, etc.

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

No charters of exemption for office of sheriff, County Dublin

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sheriff of County Meath to have 20 marks for expenses

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Rents, etc., out of Newcastle Lyons granted to Guild of St. Mary, Mulhuddart

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Certain services released to St. Wolstan's, County Kildare

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Abbot of Duleek may repair the weir on the Boyne at the Grange

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Gifts, leases, etc., made by Tintern Abbey since Thomas Yong was Abbot to be, void

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dame Margaret, late wife of William Butler, to have dower out of the manors of Dunboyne and Moymet

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Patrick Cogley to occupy certain lands for his natural life

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of treasons, etc., to John fitz-Gerrot

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardoning of Nicholas Plunket for any unlawful behaviour and to restore him to possession of certain lands and tenements

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Seisin of lands, etc., of John Heywood void

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Repeal of Act compelling Thomas Hammond to appear before justices

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Archbishop of Dublin restored to his right in Lambay Island

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Levy for building a tower at Readstown, County Meath

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Levy for building a tower at Bellewstown, County Meath

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Bold released of all accounts in respect of Culmullin Manor

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent (regarding rents to be paid to named individuals) to Robert Rocheford

1470 (10 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Cess for land of Propress of Lismullen

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Dublin, Waterford, etc., to have their franchises, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Election of Thomas, Earl of Kildare, as Justice of Ireland, valid in law

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Archers for protection of County Dublin, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Regulations as to coinage

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Wellesley and others to surrender

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Ketyng, Prior of St. John in Ireland, may leave for 2 years

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of letters patent appointing Rowland Fitz Eustace Lord Portlester, Treasurer of Ireland

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of priory of St. Katherine, near Leixlip, to St. Thomas Abbey, Dublin

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, to enjoy lands granted or to be granted to it

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir Robert Douedall and Robert Fitz Rery, Justices of the Court of Common Pleas

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent making Thomas Douedall Keeper of the Rolls

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Bellewe reinstated in manor of Roche, etc., County Louth

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Bellewe to have £10 towards building a tower at Castletown, Dundalk

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grant to town of Kells, County Meath

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Regulation of prices for sale of merchandise consequent on depreciation of coin

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Corn not to be taken out of Ireland

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Prior of St. John in Ireland and others

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Cruisetown and Ballabane, County Louth, to be one ploughland

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent as Constable of Dublin castle to Gerot Fitz Gerot

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Andrew Fitz Remonde to appear to show title to lands in Northton, County Wexford

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Bellewstown to be exempt from taxes

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

As to taxes, etc., on dwellers in the Fayth, Wexford

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of discharge of rent to Thomas Sharpe

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Hospital of St. John in Ireland to enjoy lands granted or to be granted to it

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

King to enjoy his liberty of Meath, with Seneschal, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Irish Clerks made Papal Subdelegates attainted under Statute of Provisors

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Assessors of taxes, County Meath

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William, Bishop of Meath, pardoned induction of Irish priests, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Esmond Plunket regarding grant of lands, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Roucestre and others to appear, to show title, etc., to lands in Tomhaggard, Moorfin and Monfin in County Wexford

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Roucestre and others to appear, to show title, etc., to lands in Tomhaggard, Ballyyodan, Ballygoloyges and in other places

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Roucestre and others to appear, to show title, etc., to lands in Tacumshane, County Wexford

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Title of House of All Saints, Dublin, to wreck of the sea in their manor of Baldoyle, confirmed

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John Rathe confirmed in the vicarage of St. Columba, Swords

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher Preston, going to study law in London, may bring corn for his support

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Henry Duff as Serjeant at law

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Thomas Sharpe as Chief Engrosser of the Exchequer

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Cusake, going to study law in London, may carry corn for his support

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Codde may purchase wheat and malt and take them to England, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Demesne of Richard Verdon, Termonfechin, to be exempt from subsidy

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Piers Cruys and wife discharged of portion of rent in Crumlin

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against William Wellesley, of Dangan, annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against Nicholas Kynton and another annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against Richard and John Taaff annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Executors of William, Bishop of Meath, may dispose of his goods

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Collectors of subsidy, County Dublin, to account

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Labourers to be provided for strengthening defences of Saggart

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Outlawry against Christopher Nugent annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Robert Rocheford as constable of Trim Castle

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent (grant of the chief rent of Trim) to Roger Rocheforte

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to Philip Eustace as Chief Remembrancer

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Acts against Esmond, Lord Dunboyne, annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Grant to Thomas Walker as Chirographer, King's Writs, etc.

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sovereign of Galway and others to appear as to process of a judgment

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Mayor, etc., of Ross to show title to customs, etc., taken from citizens of Waterford, passing down their river with merchandise

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Roger, Abbot of Mellifont, and his house to be under the King's protection

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Regulations as to freight by ships to England and Wales

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Patent by which Lord Gormanston took Kildalkey void

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant of office of seneschal, liberty of Meath, to Sir Robert Bolde

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Leave of absence in England to James Fleming, Baron of Slane, and others

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Commission to levy issues, etc., of Common Bench

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 64 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Nicholas White, baron of the Exchequer, to have his fee of 20 marks

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Pardon of William Grampe, Master of Coinage, for offences in the matter of coin

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of patent to William Moleynes and Thomas Sharpe, as Chancellor of Green Wax, etc., in Exchequer

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against Robert Fleming annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

William Lucok, Abbot of SS. Peter and Paul, Knock, near Louth

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Confirmation of grant to guild of St. Mary

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 70 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Robert Eustace not to suffer for purchasing a boat to take injured corn to Wales

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Act against Thomas Bath annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Walter Delahyde released of account

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

James Fleming, baron of Slane, restored to estates

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Edmond Plunket to have full livery of his estates

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Christopher Bellew restored to his estates

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 76 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Nicholas Russell of Dromyn discharged of outlawry

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Abell to surrender, to await result of a judgment

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 78 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Indictments against John Barry, Dublin, annulled

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 79 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Outlawry against William Francome and others reversed

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 82 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Incumbent and patron of St. John's, Wexford, to appear and show title

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 83 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Dexcestre to appear to answer Maude, late wife of John Dexcestre

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 84 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Licence of absence out of Ireland for Robert Dexcestre

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 85 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Edmond Walsh to appear to answer the Vicars of St. Patrick's

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 86 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Thomas Athy to appear to answer Joan Athy

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 87 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

John, Archbishop of Dublin, to have restitution of temporalities

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 88 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Sir John Pylkynton restored to Constableship of Wicklow Castle

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 89 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Nicholas Sutton to have his fees as the King's attorney

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 90 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Accountants not to be opposed for debts before 20 Hen. 6

1471-72 (11 & 12 Edw. 4) c. 91 [P.R.O. vol. 3]

Richard Cantewell to appear to answer for the death of Hugh Rochford

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their customs, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Flemyng, Baron of Slane, to be Sheriff of Meath

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grants made in 10 & 11 Edw. 4 under the “teste” of the Earl of Kildare, Justice of Ireland

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Assignments by Treasurer of Ireland to officers of the King's Courts to be valid

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Accounts not be charged or opposed beyond the “30 years” of King Hen. 6

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Fannyn, etc., coiners in Munster, to appear in parliament; if not, to be traitors attainted

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence of absence for John, Archbishop of Dublin, to receive his pall at Osney

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Danston, farmer of the church of St. James, Athboy, to pay £20 to the Bishop of Meath, recovered from the Archbishop of Armagh

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chancellor to Roland Fitz Eustace, Lord of Portlester, and John Tapton, clerk

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Attainder of Thomas Brek Tuyt annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of Act of 11 Edw. 4 in favour of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Abbot of Mellifont may build houses, etc., in Callan, where burgesses do not do so

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

King's hands to be removed from the manors of the Baron of Slane

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Baron of Slane to re-enter and enjoy various lands, his inheritance

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Laurence Taaf and others to appear in the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) to answer for robbing tenants of the Baron of Slane

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grants to House of St. Mary, Trim, for a perpetual light before the image of Our Lady, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior of Christ Church Dublin may enter into the manor of Drumsalian, leased by him under coercion to John Begge

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Abbot of Baltinglas to receive £10 to erect a castle near Windgates, County Kildare

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

When sessions are held at Drogheda, justices may hear pleas of Louth and Meath there

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Fowling, mayor of Drogheda, may appoint a deputy during his absence on pilgrimage etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Mayor and bailiffs of Waterford may go on pilgrimage and leave the City for other purposes

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Harristown, County Kildare, to be free of all subsidies etc., at prayer of Roland Fitz Eustace

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Robert Bold exonerated from charge of bringing forged answers from the King to the Council by Deputy Council on testimony of Richard Nangle, Clerk to the Council

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Scurlage to appear to answer charge of robbing Richard Sale, servant of Barnaby Barnewall

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation to Thomas Douedall of office of Clerk and Keeper of the Rolls of Chancery

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation to Nicholas Sutton of grant of office of Second Baron of the Exchequer

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas Kynton and others to appear in the Common Bench and show title to lands in County Louth, claimed by William Welles

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard, “pretended” Bishop of Kildare, to appear before the Barons of the Exchequer to answer for killing of James Douedall in a riot

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Clynton of Clyntons-town to enter into the manor of Keppok, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands of Robert Rocheford in Kilbridem, etc., to be free of subsidies, taxes, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant to John Danston and James Acton of Office of Chief Clerk of Chief Place, Keeper of the Rolls and Clerk of the Crown, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Ketyng, Prior of St. John's of Jerusalem in Ireland, to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to answer Malachy Malone, Dean of Kildare, for commandery of Tully, leased to the said Malachy

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Caddell to re-enter into manor of Dowstown County Meath, seized by Christopher Feld

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Kenny to surrender and find surety for payment of debt to Thomas Archebold, or answer in Court of Common Pleas

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Peter and William Fitz Symond to appear to show title to lands in County Meath, formerly belonging to Patrick Flatisbery

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Christopher Crompe annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Patrick Kelly of Skidoo discharged of amercements, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annulment of Act abolishing the Liberty of Meath

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lords and gentlemen may have an action of debt against their freeholders in the marches of Dublin, Kildare, Meath and Uriell, for royal service etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Friends of an Irish merchant arrested in England for fault of another may take any merchant of England here, and detain him until the other be delivered

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Earl of Kildare, in recompence of his imprisonment, etc., to have goods of the Earl of Worcester, by whom he was imprisoned

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior of St. John’s of Jerusalem in Ireland to be free of subsidies, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

House of Our Blessed Lady of Mellifont to be under the King's protection for a year

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Christopher, Abbot of Trim, bound for England on public service; none to take coynye (billeting) or livery on the possessions of the House of Our Lady, Trim, or to despoil any pilgrim coming to the same House

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of £10 yearly out of Kildalkey, County Meath, to House of Our Lady of Trim for a special mass

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Robert Eustace may close a road through Sigginstown, he giving another road nearby

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Oliver Plunkett discharged of 5 marks yearly during the life of Sir Robert Preston, Lord Gormanston

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Verdon restored to Dunany, County Louth, wrongfully seized by James Gernon

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Nangle to be discharged of amercements, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Esmond Wellesley to have £10 towards building a castle at Laracor, County Meath

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Maurice Oige and other Geraldines, etc., to surrender to answer for treasons done to the King's subjects, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Regulations as to coinage; to be struck only in Dublin Castle

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Retinue of Archers and Spearmen to be raised in Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Uriell

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act against John Cornewalsh annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Archbishop of Dublin and others to assess sums on County Dublin for hire of soldiers to resist Geraldines, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Leave of absence for Nicholas Douedall, prebendary of Clonmethan, to go to Oxford for 8 years to pursue his studies

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 64 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annulling of indictment and process against James Barby for lading wheat and bringing it to Wales

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Roger Moron, Treasurer of Ferns, restored to the Church of Carne, etc., to which he had been presented by Bishop of Ferns and Act against them annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

King's hands to be removed and John Fyvian to enter into Rathbeggan

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Goldyng to enter into Houthstown, County Louth, as tenant by the courtesy, in right of his wife Joan Houth

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act against Matthew Fraunces annulled; said Matthew to be restored to premises in the liberty of the City of Waterford

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands of Sir Morice Burghyll and Thomas Dowedall and their wives in Ballybrene, etc., County Dublin, to be charged only as one ploughland

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 70 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Suits, etc., in the Court of Athboy by Nicholas Ford against Patrick Proutefote to be null

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas Verdon to have £10, to build a castle at Lowaryngstown, County Louth

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant to Esmond Tankard of Custody of King's Park of Trim and Serjeanty of the Betaghry of same

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act against Robert Barnewall annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Galbarry to appear, to show title to the Bay, Clondalkin, which had been given to the Vicars of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, by the Archbishop

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Broune to appear to show title to Ballydoneghan, etc., County Wexford, claimed by Katherine Sutton and William Sutton

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 76 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Burgesses of Ratoath to pay for or rebuild waste burgages or put tenants in them within 12 months; in their default the lord may do so

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ploughland of the Yard in the Mallhow granted to the inhabitants of Gralagh and Curragh to enable them to maintain a chaplain to celebrate divine service in the Chapel of St. Macolyn, parish of Hollywood

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 78 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictments and process against Thomas Bathe, Baron of Louth, and others annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 79 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisition on the manors of Coolock and Cloghran, etc., annulled

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 80 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Drake pardoned of treasons, etc.

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 81 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Robert Skorlock to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to answer for William Onacy entering the manor of Arodstwon and despoiling the tenants of Christopher Bernewall at his command

1472-73 (12 & 13 Edw. 4) c. 82 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Walshe alias Bertenagh and others to appear to show title messuages, etc., in Youghal, claimed by William Unak

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.,

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Brotherhood of Arms of St. George founded

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dr. Marcel of Rome to quit Ireland

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Continuation for residue of the terms of grants made by Hen. 6 and Edw. 4 of portion of the fee-farm of the City of Dublin, for the repair of the walls and gates of the City

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of title of Bishop of Meath to certain manors, liberties, franchises, etc.

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annuities, etc., granted by Bishop of Meath to persons who are now absentees to be void unless the grantees return and do service

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Goods, etc., of rymers and hermits who dwell in County Kildare in English land, without licence, to be taken

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence to the abbots of St. Thomas, St. Mary's and Prior of All Saints, having possessions within the Irishry, to traffic, etc., with the Irish

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pilgrims, etc., coming to visit St. Katherine's, Fieldtown, to be under the King's protection

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Manor of Portlester, etc., to be free of taxes for 3 years

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Power to James Ailmer to distrain on lands in the King's hands owing to minority of Walter Mareward

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Letters patent to be made for licence for the nunnery of Grace Dieu to acquire lands, etc.

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Letters patent to be made of licence of absence from Ireland to John Leche, parson of Finglas

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Letters patent to be made of licence to Thomas, Earl of Kildare, and others to found a fraternity in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Katherine the Virgin

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of exemption from jury service, etc., to Christopher Byrt

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act against James Cruys annulled

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Clerk of Parliament to correct errors in Roll (Act annulling seizure of Rathbeggan)

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Dokray, Constable of Carrickfergus Castle, to have the lands granted to him in Uriell

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act and attainder against John Veldon and Gerrot Veldon annulled

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dame Alson Petite to enter into Manor of Santry

1474 (14 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Manor of Athboy to be assessed only as 2 ploughlands

1475 (15 Edw. 4) c. 1

Distress

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its privileges, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their franchises, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Clerk of the Hanaper, Sheriffs etc., to pay to Clerk of Work, Dublin Castle, certain sums for its repair from issues of Hanaper, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Mints to be only at Dublin, Drogheda and Waterford

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Charters of exemption from office of Sheriff to be void

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Silver carried to the mint to be melted or struck only by the Master or such as he will answer for

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Oliver Plunkett, Sheriff of Meath, to have 20 marks of the issues of the County

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Thomas Welles and others to surrender and appear to answer in Common Pleas or Exchequer for robberies, etc., in County Meath

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of protection, etc., to John, Archbishop of Dublin

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Sir John Ormond, brother and heir of James, Earl of Wiltshire and Ormond and said James, annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Town of Rathcarran to be free of ploughland money, etc., granted in this Parliament

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Distresses for rent due to St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, out of premises in County Meath, may be brought to pound in said Abbey

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Christopher Nugent, Baron of Delvin, to have livery of the Barony of Delvin

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annuities granted by Nicholas, late Prior of Connell, to Irishmen to be void

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands of Assy to be extended only at the moiety of a ploughland to endure for 40 years

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of patents to Sir Thomas Danyell, Baron of Rathwire

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dr. Marcel to quit Ireland, Prior of Kilmainham not to harbour him

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant to Esmond Botiller, Baron of Dunboyne, of 12 pence from every ploughland in County Meath, to build castle at Dunboyne

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Patrick Paslowe not to be put on inquisitions juries, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prioress and Convent of Lismullin may purchase lands, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of licence of absence out of Ireland to the Prior, etc., of Lanthony near Gloucester

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of licence of absence out of Ireland to the Prior, etc., of Lanthony the first to Wales

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Newcastle Lyons to be free of coynye (billeting) and livery

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisitions taken on the death of Sir James Bathe annulled, Maud his widow as survivor under grant to have livery of his lands in Kilbride, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Esmond Harrold to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to show title to “the Bay”, Clondalkin, given to the Vicars of St. Patrick's, Dublin, for the maintenance of a weekly mass

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland to appear in Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) and answer an action of debt at the suit of Sir Robert Dovedall and others

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Censures of the Church to be fulminated against tenants in Irishtown, Kilkenny, who retain rent payable in lieu of tallages, etc., to the Vicars of the Common Hall of St. Canice of Kilkenny

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pardon of treasons, etc., to William Grete, late Prior of the house of St. John the Baptist, near Trim, and Richard Bellewe

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Christopher Nugent and others annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Walter Cusak may enter into lands in the King's hands by reason of the nonage of Walter Mareward, to distrain for rent granted to him by Richard Mareward Baron of Skreen

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictment in the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) against Robert Dexestre annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Foundation of Chantry in Church of St. John the Baptist, Piercetown Laundey

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Fowlyng the elder, Mayor of Drogheda, discharged from holding the office of Sovereign of Kilkenny while he resides in Drogheda

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

When sessions are held at Drogheda, actions arising in Meath and Louth may be determined there

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictment against the Abbess of Odder and others annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chief Justice of the Pleas to be held before the King to Philip Bermyngham

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annulling appointment by Archbishop of Dublin of Esmund Dudelay to office of Constable of the Castle of Swords

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas Chamer to have pension granted to him on his giving Church of St. Broghan of Ballymany to the House of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Connell

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Annuity granted by Henry, late Abbot of Baltinglas (now Abbot of Duiske), to his own use, to be void while he is Abbot of any other House

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 41B [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Parcel of Kilcogher, County Louth, belonging to Roland fitz Eustace to be assessed as a ploughland

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

House of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Navan, may elect Abbots without licence who may be consecrated and installed by the Ordinary

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Mayor and bailiffs of Cork and others to appear to satisfy the King for their contempt in not attending to the complaint of James Brewer against John Barret and Davy Ultagh, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act against Davy, Bishop of Ossory, annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Thomas Welles annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Richard Taaf, Thomas Taaf and Barnaby Chamberleyn

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against William Wellesley

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against Nicholas Husse

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of Attainder against William Eustace and others

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Everard and others to have lands in Kilberry, etc., as heirs of Olive Rendill of Rendillstown without interruption of the heirs of Edward Plunket

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of deed of grant to town of Syddan by Philip Telyng

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

On death of Archbishops and Bishops, and during vacancies, guardians of spiritualities to keep the manses of their manors in repair, etc., out of the profits of the demesnes

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Those who sue bulls at Rome against incumbent Ecclesiastics in Ireland and put them in execution to be attainted of treason

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Freemen or citizens of Dublin, impeached of treason, etc., and in gaol to be delivered on mainprise

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Davy Crewagh, Mayor of Limerick, and others to appear to answer for seizing prise of wines of Earl of Ormond which wines came to Limerick

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Freemen of Waterford discharged from poundage

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberty of Wexford to be exercised by Gilbert Talbot during the minority of George, Earl of Shrewsbury

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Katherine, daughter of Sir Roland Fitz Eustace and Margaret Jenico, his wife, legitimated

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Boats entering the North Port of Kilclogher to pay tolls for the repair thereof to the Lord of Portlester

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Madoke, a student at Oxford, to have 6 marks yearly out of Mulhuddart until he obtain a competent benefice and the incumbent of Mulhuddart to have the residue of the tithes, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 61 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence for Sir Robert St. Lawrence, Lord of Howth, to go to England for a year and a quarter, taking with him £40

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Patents of pardon for Sir Roland Fitz Eustace and others

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence of absence from Ireland for Philip Bermyngham, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, taking with him £100

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 64 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Land of Abbot, etc., of Furness near Great and Little Bewbeke, County Meath, to contribute with the clergy in subsidies, etc., as parcel of Great Bewbeke, etc.

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 65 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior, etc., of Newtown near Trim to enter on park, etc., near the Hill of Bray, County Meath, granted by Jenet Rocheford

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 66 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Robert Eustace to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to show title to the Garragh near Duleek, claimed by the Prior of Lanthony near Gloucester

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 67 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior, etc., of House of St. John the Baptist, Drogheda, and Thomas Kente, Guardian of the House of St. James, Drogheda, discharged of chief rent to the town of Drogheda

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 68 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior, etc., of House of the Blessed Virgin Mary de Urso, Drogheda, may purchase lands, etc., to value of £10 a year

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 69 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Walter Fitz Symond, Chaplain, Precentor, of St. Patrick's Dublin, licensed to go to Rome

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 70 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior and Convent of the House of the Friars Preachers, Kilkenny, may enter into 2 messuages in that town devised to them by Patrick Shortals

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 71 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisition taken on death of Anne Barnewall, late wife of Sir William Welles, formerly wife of John Darcy of Platin, to be void

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 72 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisition taken before the Escheator of the Liberty of Meath, 3 Hen. 6, as to Sir Simon Cusak annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 73 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Henry Waren and Patricia his wife to enter on third part of the lands of Thomas Babe of Derver, deceased, in right of dower of said Patricia

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 74 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prioress of House of Blessed Virgin Mary Termonfeckin to be free from tallages, etc., on her demesnes

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 75 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Christopher Nugent to have livery of manor of Moyrath, etc.,

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 76 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisition on William Balf annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 77 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Dillon's lands in Riverstown and Baliestown, County Meath, to be charged in tallages, etc., as for moiety of a ploughman

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 78 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ploughland of the Yard in Mallahow (granted as the King's alms for the chapel of St. Maculyne) and arrears on same to be withdrawn out of Great Roll of the Exchequer

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 79 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Patrick Molgan to be personable and may make releases, etc., for debts, although under age

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 80 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Inquisition taken as to Katherine Dowedall to be void; Richard Begge and Margaret his wife may enter messuage in Swords

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 81 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictment against Henry Foule and others annulled

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 82 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Sweteman and James Botler to appear in the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) to show title to lands, etc., in County Wexford, claimed by Nicholas Chevir

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 83 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas Codde and others to appear to answer for forcible entry into Rathaspick and for having stolen horses, sheep, etc., from Robert Broun

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 84 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

No road or track to be made over the dyke extending from St. Bride's chapel near Tallaght to Saggart

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 85 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Thomas and Alexander Eustace and John Large to appear to answer for robbery, etc., from tenants of Robert and Joan Dowedall

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 86 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Certain sums granted out of fee-farm of Dublin for repair of walls, gates, etc., to be continued to mayor and commons of the said City for further term on expiration of terms heretofore granted

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 87 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Abbot of St. Mary's, Dublin, Prior of Connell and Prior of All Saints, Dublin, having possessions among the Irish enemies, may carry victuals, etc., for the profit of their houses

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 88 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Fraine in the parish of Athboy, County Meath, to be free of subsidies, etc., for 6 years (except subsidy now granted by Parliament) at prayer of Sir Roland Eustace

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 89 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of manors of Belgard and Fore to Christopher Nugent for life

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 90 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prioress of Blessed Virgin Mary, Termonfeckin, and her tenants, free of tallages, etc., for 20 years

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 91 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Davy Roche, son of Morice Roche, and Alice, his wife, legitimated

1475-76 (15 & 16 Edw. 4) c. 92 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Thomas Unak, son of William Unak and Elean, his wife, legitimated

1476 (16 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 4, Appendix]

Qualifications of knights, etc., of Parliament

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their liberties, franchises, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Subsidy to be paid by County Dublin and County Louth to William, Bishop of Meath, for his costs in sending ambassadors and in defence of the country

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Bishop of Meath, Deputy Lieutenant of Ireland, going to England for the public good, may appoint a deputy

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Bishop of Meath, Deputy, or his deputy may depute a person or persons to commence or prorogue Parliament

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Plunket of Dunsany may distrain in Walter de La Hide's part of manor of Dunshaughlin for 12 marks

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Clerk and Christian Colton declared to be cousins and heirs to Sir John Scren or Scryn

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant to Abbot and Convent of House of Blessed Virgin Mary, Navan

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant to Prior and Convent of House of St. Peter, Newtown, Trim, of 15 acres outside Trim, for 50 years

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands of John Netervile of Ballygarth tilled by him to be free of subsidy, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands in Priorstown and Killerther, County Louth, belonging to House of St. John the Baptist, Drogheda, to be cessed as one ploughland

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lords of Parliament to set their hands to a letter to the King asking him to thank Bishop of Meath for his services as Deputy Lieutenant

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Repeal of the new custom called poundage

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lands of Dubber, County Dublin, belonging to St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, to be free from subsidies, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

No one dwelling on lands contributory with clergy of Dublin Diocese to be assessor or collector of subsidies, etc., of what concerns the County, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

New extent to be made of Louth; the 18 score ploughlands to be reduced to 12 score

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

New extent of Terenure and Kimmage, Co. Dublin, to be rectified

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sheriffs of Co. Meath to have the ward of the tower of Ataghten

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Castlemartin, Co. Meath, to be extended at half a ploughland

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Money lately coined at Limerick, Cork, Youghal, etc., in Munster condemned

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Value of gold coins fixed

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Galmorestown, Co. Kildare, to be free of subsidies, taxes, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Barnaby Barnewall, Second Justice of the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas), to be Customer of Drogheda

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Esmond, Archbishop of Armagh, to have all profits, etc., pertaining to the see, accrued since the death of John, late Archbishop

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictments against John, Archbishop of Dublin, to be brought into Parliament; he to have his peers or his clergy as compurgators; on acquittal, indictments, etc., against him to be void

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grants made by William, late Prior of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist without the Newgate, Dublin, and other priors to Brothers of the said house to be resumed into the Prior's hands

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Eight marks yearly of the fee-farm of Dublin granted to Dr. FitzRery and by him given to the city; Mayor and Commons of Dublin to have same in aid of St. George's Church and towards the walling and paving of the City, for 40 years

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Henry Duff, King's Serjeant at Laws, to have 100 shillings yearly out of the debita of County Louth

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dan William Waryng to be attainted if he put in execution certain bulls for deposition of Roger Abbot of Mellifont

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Flemyng, Baron of Slane, and Elizabeth his wife, to re-enter on third part of lands, etc., of the Lord of Killeen, her late husband, from which Elizabeth was disturbed by Esmond, now Lord of Killeen

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Barony of Delvin to be extended at 6 ploughlands

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Morice Walshe to have 4 shillings and 4 pence of every ploughland in Rathdown Barony for rebuilding Jamestown Castle

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Andrew Tuyt to have tolls from beasts and merchandise passing on road between Rathconnell and Culleen for making a ditch to prevent entry of Irish enemies

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Davy Grenan, vicar of Timsoole, an Englishman; inquisition finding him an Irishman quashed

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Walter Cusake of Gerrardstown may distrain on lands in the Naul and Loughlinstown, County Dublin, in default of payment of 6 marks yearly to Margaret Cusak, though the lands are in the King's hands

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ratification of deed granting Nicholas Cosyn a frank house in Waterford, from which he was ousted by colour of Act of 3 Edw. 4

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

If any Irishman commits an offence on the King's subjects, any of his nation may be arrested and his goods detained till amends be made; “Sautes” to be illegal where person is amenable to the common law

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Subsidy to be collected of the clergy of Kildare

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act sued by Robert Rice of Limerick for possession of moiety of 2 water mills to be void, at prayer of Esmond Lang

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John O'Hedian, Archdeacon of Cashel, and others to surrender for trial in the Court of Common Pleas on charge of obtaining Bull for the Archdeaconry of Ossory against Laurence Mortymer, appointed Archdeacon by gift of the King

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Value of foreign gold coins in Irish money fixed

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant to Esmund Connesburgh, Archbishop of Armagh, of the custody of the temporalities of the See of Armagh

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Levy on Dublin, Louth, Meath and Kildare for payment of soldiers hired by Sir Robert Preston, Lord Gormanstown, late of Deputy Lieutenant

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Deputy to have power to make provision in this Parliament for persons injured by the Act of resumption who sue therefor

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of Hen. 6 to the Prior and convent of Blessed Mother Holmpatrick of licence to acquire lands to value of £40 yearly

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Richard Power to be discharged from office of Sheriff of County Waterford; Mayor and Council of Waterford annually to elect the Sheriff of the County henceforth

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Abbot and Convent of Abbot Austin, Bristol, to have licence of absence from Ireland for 20 years

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant to James Dokeray of the Constableship of Carrickfergus Castle

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Esmond Dalton and others to appear in the Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) to answer for seizing rent of lands of Thomas Nangle, Baron of Navan, and fish of his weirs on the River Inny

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dean, etc., of St. Patrick's, Dublin, may sell, set to farm, etc., their tithes, benefices, etc., lying among Irish enemies to said Irish enemies, etc.

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Walter White and others to appear in Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) to answer Germyn Lynch

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Letters patent to be made of licence to found a chantry in chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary in parish church of St. Nicholas, Greenoge, in the diocese of Meath

1476-77 (16 & 17 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

James Penkeston to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to answer for disobeying writs, etc.

1478 (18 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [7]]

Lands in Slane, County Meath, to be restored to John Boys and Genet Palmer

1478 (18 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [9]]

Walter Mareward to be permitted to enter into his inheritance in counties Dublin and Meath

1478 (18 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [10]]

Confirmation of appointment of Thomas Archbold, alias Thomas Galmole, as master of the mint in Ireland

1478 (18 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [11]]

Confirmation of grant to Holy Trinity, Dublin, of £20 yearly out of the fee farm of Dublin City

1478 (18 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [12]]

Discharge of the convent of Odder from payment of all subsidies and other impositions

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 2) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Kilmainham: lands, rents, etc., to be resumed into the hands of the Prior and Brethren

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 2) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Kilmainham: resumption by Prior and Brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 2) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Earl of Kildare, Justice of Ireland, to have power to adjourn and prorogue this Parliament

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Outlawry against Dean of Kildare at suit of Richard Parker to be void

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Resumption by Abbot and Convent of House of Blessed Mary, Trim

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Barnaby Bernewall to pay John Fyan £20, wrongfully imposed by him as Justice of the Chief Place on said John

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of right of William Walshe to lands, etc., in Cork, Dungarvan, Youghal, etc.

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Priors of All Saints, Dublin (lords of Baldoyle) to be Admirals of Baldoyle, etc.

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas Gaydon, miller of St. John's mill, Dublin, to enter on the mills there having been wrongfully deprived of his office

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pardon of treasons, etc., to William Cornell and others

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

As to grant of 14 acres formerly belonging to Chapel of St. Mary Magdalen, Duleek, to Priory of Lanthony near Gloucester for repair of Duleek bridge

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of lease to Philip Venevall and wife by Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1478 (18 Edw. 4 between sess. 2 and 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Offices of Seneschal and Usher of the Hall granted to Richard Glerne and John Tallon by the Prior and Brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sheriff of County Dublin to return his writ with the names of knights elected to this Parliament

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its franchises, etc.

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their liberties and franchises

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sheriff of Louth to have respite to return writ for election of knights for the County

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Parliament held at Naas by Earl of Kildare contrary to the King's command to be void

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Governors of Ireland not to call Parliaments to meet, etc., at any places save Dublin and Drogheda

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of patents appointing the King's son George Lieutenant of Ireland and Henry Lord Grey, his deputy

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Mode of election of Justice of Ireland

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

All writs under the Great Seal to be void until Sir Roland Fitz Eustace restore it to the Lord Deputy; meanwhile a new seal to be made

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior of Kilmainham, Constable of Dublin Castle, to cause the Castle Bridge which he had broken to be repaired

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberty of Meath to be restored

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Treasurer to make no tallies or assignments on King’s revenues except by assent of Lieutenant of Ireland or his Deputy

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant of a subsidy to the Deputy, to be employed on soldiers for the defence of the land

1478 (18 Edw. 4 sess. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of resumption (lands belonging to the King by right be re-seized)

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ireland to have its liberties, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda, etc., to have their privileges, franchises, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant of subsidy to Earl of Kildare, Deputy

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of resumption (all lands and privileges, etc., rightfully belonging to the King be seized)

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of patent appointing the Bishop of Meath Chancellor

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of patent of protection for Archbishop of Dublin and licence to enter on the temporalities of the Archbishop

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Roland Fitz Eustace, Lord of Portlester, and wife to have livery of moiety of manor of Castleknock etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictments in Chief Place (Court of Common Pleas) against Thomas Omore and others for burning corn of Sir Robert Eustace at Ballymoro, etc., annulled

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sir Roland Eustace, Lord of Portlester, and the Prior of Connell to have £10 for building a castle at Bolablught, County Kildare

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Re-enacting of Act passed in the Parliament at Trim whereby James Flemyng, Baron of Slane, and Elizabeth his wife were pardoned all issues etc., due to the King

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant to Richard Bellewe to build a tower at Castletown, Dundalk

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Prior of All Saints', Dublin, and others pardoned of treasons, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Robert Rochford and Katherine Rochford may distrain in the manor of Moyrath for annuity granted by Christopher Nugent

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Waste lands in Saggart to be discharged of subsidies, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Nicholas son of Esmond Fitz Richere and others to surrender to answer complaints

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pierce Botiller and others to surrender to answer Morice Martyn for imprisonment and ransom

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Esmond Fitz Richer to appear in the Common Bench to show title to lordship of Moynalvy, County Meath, claimed by the Earl of Kildare

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Acts of resumption passed at the Naas and Trim made void except as regards the office of Chancellor

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Return of writs to serve in Parliament

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Subsidy for defence of Ireland granted to the Deputy

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Liberty of Meath to be void

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Deputy may make provision for persons affected by the Act of resumption

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Power to the Earl of Kildare to set to farm the poundage granted to the Captain and Brothers of Arms for one year

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Indictment and outlawry against Thomas Welles to be void

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland discharged of account for the fee farm of manors of Leixlip and Chapelizod, which had been granted to Thomas Daniell, Lord of Rathwire, from time of his entry

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Brotherhood of Arms constituted

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Power to strike coins

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Lordship of Moylagh to be assessed for 2 ploughlands only, for 10 years

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Robert Misset of Bellewstown and others to surrender to Constable of Dublin Castle to answer for carrying off Beele Barnewall

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of constableship of Dublin Castle to the Prior of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Johnet Whitsell, formerly wife of Robert Powere, and Richard Daly, her son, to appear in the Court of Common Pleas to show title to 2 messuages in Waterford claimed by Christopher Hall

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 33 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

George, Earl of Shrewsbury, to have a liberty in County Wexford to be exercised during his minority by Davy Ketyng, Seneschal, under Gilbert Talbot to whom the custody of the County was granted

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Imposition of subsidies in Kildare, Meath and Louth and appointment of collectors, etc., of same, from close of this Parliament to commencement of next

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Grant for building a tower at Kesshbaigne, Meath

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Sheriff to summon men to cut entries and roads near Arst, County Kildare, which help the Irish enemies

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Process for the royal service 12 Edw. 4, against King's tenants who had already paid, to be void

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Attainders, etc., against Bishop of Meath and others annulled

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Charter of the Guild of English merchants trading in Ireland founded in the Chapel of Mary of Grace, near the bridge of Dublin

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John White and others released from payment of poundage, they being freemen of Dublin

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Conne Oneyll and his issue by Elianore his wife to be adjudged English subjects

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 43 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of office of second Justice of the Common Bench to Henry Duff

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 44 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Christopher Douedall and others pardoned of attainders, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 45 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Christopher Douedall pardoned all treasons, felonies, etc.

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of office of Chirographer, etc., Common Place to Esmonde Tankard and Thomas Walker

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 47 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of licence given by Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland to John Butler and Nicholas Madiane to make a weir on the Pill running by the lordship of Kilbarry, County Waterford

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Children of Margery, wife to James Eustace, that she bore to other men, to have no claim to possessions of Christopher and Elizabeth Eustace

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 49 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Corrstown, Co. Dublin, to be valued only as a ploughland during absence of Walter Eustace in England to hear the law

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 50 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Katherine and Jenet, daughters of Robert Rede, declared his heiresses

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 51 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Jury to try a suit between Esmonde Lang and Robert Rice in Limerick

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 53 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Statute of Ric. 2 against absentees confirmed

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

English merchants not to take goods to markets of Cavan, Granard, Longford, or to any Irish country nor brings goods from same

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Collectors of subsidy for Meath and Dublin to account for portions unpaid

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 56 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

John Drake and others to surrender, to answer for treasons, robberies and felonies

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Resumption of grants of lands, tithes, etc., in Waterford made by Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pardon of Dean of St. Patrick's and others

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) c. 60 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

As to privileges, etc., granted by Walter Lacy, Lord of Meath, to the town of Duleek

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [13]]

Confirmation of appointment of John Estrete as King's sergeant at law in Ireland and arrangements for yearly payment to him

1479-80 (19 & 20 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [14]]

Mayor, bailiffs and commons of Dublin to be permitted to distrain on all lands within the City, although they may be in the hands of the King or other persons

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Remonde McMahon not to be released without assent of mayors of Dublin and Drogheda, etc.

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Entrenching of Cookstown, County Louth

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Fine, etc., of moiety of the manor of Castelknock, etc., to be good in law

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Primate of Armagh to appear in the Court of Common Pleas as to grant of 10 marks yearly claimed by Roland fitz Eustace, Lord of Portlester

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Abbot of Mellifont

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence of absence for Baron of Slane

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Licence of absence for Robert St. Lawrence, Lord of Howth

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Aid for Viscount Gormanstown to build a castle at Ballymadun County Dublin

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Freeholders under Archbishop of Dublin to show title and discharge arrears of rent, etc.

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Attorneys of Earl of Ormonde to pay 10 marks yearly to Sir Roland Eustace

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Pardon of treasons, etc., to Esmonde Plunket, Lord of Killeen, and John Cryste

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Barnaby Bernewell to be Customer of the Port of Drogheda, to retain his fee as Second Justice of the Chief Place (Common Pleas) out of the customs

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Alexander Plunket may attach and distrain Irishmen coming into English land near the manor of Dungooly, County Louth, for “wey silver”

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Confirmation of grant of office of Second Baron of the Exchequer to Thomas Archebolde

1481 (20 Edw. 4) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Johnstown, County Dublin, to be discharged of all manner of subsidies at prayer of Bartholomew Aylmer

1481 (21 Edw. 4) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 4]

Act of resumption by the King to lands granted to certain persons

1481 (21 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 4: Christ Church Deed No. 331]

Henry Alton to surrender and remain in custody until he satisfy the Prior and Convent of Holy Trinity Dublin for taking a silver box from the high altar of the Cathedral, and the Holy Sacrament therein

1481-82 (21 & 22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [15]]

Confirmation of appointment of John Estrete as King's sergeant at law in Ireland and arrangements for yearly payment to him

1481-82 (21 & 22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [16]]

Confirmation of grant of reversion of an annuity out of the fee farm of the City of Dublin made by Robert Dowdall to his son Thomas

1481-82 (21 & 22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [18]]

Licence for William, Bishop of Meath, Chancellor of Ireland, to go on pilgrimage to England and to appoint a deputy

1481-82 (21 & 22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [19]]

Edward Bardon to surrender himself and make restitution to the prior of Athassel for robberies and unlawful imprisonment

1481-82 (21 & 22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [20]]

Grant of privileges and customs to the town of Ardee, County Louth

1483 (22 Edw. 4) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix I [21]]

No assignments to be paid out of the customs and cocket of Dublin until payment has been made out of those revenues to John Estrete

1483 (1 Ric. 3) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Authorising the coinage of half-groats in accordance with the English standard

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the privileges and liberties of the land of Ireland

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the liberties and franchises of cities and towns

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Provision of labourers for works on the Earl of Kildare's manor of Kildare

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation to the Earl of Kildare of a market, customs and free warren at Maynooth

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

William and Thomas Comyn to account for the prise wines at Limerick

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

King's coin minted in Dublin Castle and elsewhere to be accepted throughout the land of Ireland

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Coinage of groats, half-groats, pennies and halfpennies to be made by the master of the mint according to instructions

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

The deputy lieutenant of Ireland to receive the profits of the mint during his term of office

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant to St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, of exemption from payment of subsidy and other impositions in the diocese of Meath

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

The justices of the common bench to enjoy procedural advantages by writ of privilege as their predecessors did

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Davy and Patrick Keating to surrender to Dublin Castle to account for the royal service of the liberty of Wexford

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Resumption of grants of office in the mint made to Germyn Lynch and provisions for rejection of counterfeit coinage and action against counterfeiters

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of an Act endorsed to be read after the adjournment of the Parliament at Limerick and not read because of the death of Edw. 4

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the jointure of Elizabeth, widow of John Darcy of Platin

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Patrick Feld to answer to a writ of error against a judgment for debt in the King's Bench

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of an annuity from the commandery of Kilsaran to Roger Walcott, merchant, in discharge of a debt

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant of £10 and cartage on the County of Kildare in aid of the building of a castle at Lackagh by Sir Thomas Fitz Gerald

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Annulment of grants of lands of the Dominican priory at Trim, made without the consent of the convent

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Acquittance by Thomas Dowdall for £10 received yearly from the fee farm of the City of Dublin to be sufficient discharge for the mayor and bailiffs at the exchequer

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of grants made by the prior of the Hospital to Sir Robert and Thomas Dowdall

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for Peter Lynch of Galway to enter a messuage and cellar there in accordance with an award made by the sovereign of Galway and John Blake in a dispute between Lynch and William Deyne

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

James Collynge to appear to answer charges of forging the Great Seal of Ireland and issuing letters patent of pardon to Geoffrey Artour, treasurer of Limerick Cathedral

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence to the mayors and bailiffs of Waterford to go on pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation to Maurice Broun, citizen of Waterford, of lands in County Waterford

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence to the inhabitants of New Ross to pursue English rebels and Irish enemies and to seize goods to the value of their losses; alienated tenements to be forfeited to the use of the town

1484 (1 Ric. 3) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

James Bath to surrender in Dublin Castle for various offences committed by him in County Meath

1484 (2 Ric. 3) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Act confirming the provision, pardon, and livery of temporalities of Walter, Archbishop of Dublin

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the liberties of the Church

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the liberties and privileges of the land of Ireland

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the liberties and franchises of cities and towns

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for the Deputy Lieutenant to continue, prorogue or adjourn Parliament during his absence by deputy appointed under his privy seal

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for the Abbot of St. Thomas the Martyr near Dublin to go on pilgrimage to Canterbury notwithstanding the Statute of Absentees

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Certain gentlemen of counties Louth and Meath to surrender to Trim Castle to answer charges to be determined by the Deputy and Council

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for the Earl of Kildare and others to found a chantry in the church of St. Nicholas, Dundalk

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the statute of Henry Fitz Empress

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant of an annuity of £100 out of the archbishopric of Dublin to John, former Archbishop

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for 2 years for the Archbishop of Dublin to provide Irish clergy to benefices in his gift

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation to Simon Byrford of quiet possession of the manor of Kilrue, held of the manor of Ratoath in common socage

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Reduction in the valuation for subsidy of Sir Roland fitz Eustace's lands in Hanlonstown and Aronane

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for Sir Alexander Plunket, former sheriff of Meath, to levy the balance of O'Connor's wages

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant to the deputy of £100 subsidy from County Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Louth for defence during the present time of plague

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Assessment of labourers and carts to build the Earl of Kildare's castle at Castledermot for the recovery of lands in County Carlow

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant of a subsidy of 43 marks from County Louth for the relief of certain tenants held to ransom by Irish kerns

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant to the deputy of a subsidy of one mark per ploughland from counties Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Louth

1485 (2 & 3 Ric. 3) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Grant to Cahir O'Connor of his wages of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ploughland in County Meath

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Grant of reduction of subsidy to John Jordan and John Walsh

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 2] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Act of subsidy

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 3] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Robert Lauleys and others spoiled at Wirral

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 4] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Inclusion of Little Cabragh within the franchises of Dublin

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 6] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Confirmation of the appointment of Henry White to the office of Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 7] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Robert Taaf of Marshalrath and Nicholas Taaff of Ballybragan, Sheriff of Louth

1486 (1 & 2 Hen. 7) [c. 8] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Act against the prior of Lanthony, an absentee

1487 (2 & 3 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Clerical subsidy

1488 (3 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Marches and Maghery

1488-89 (4 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Definition of the boundaries of the Pale

1489 (4 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Exemption from subsidy of the lands of Nicholas Hussey of Perstoun Marchal in Portereston and Rathbeggan, County Meath

1489 (4 Hen. 7) [c. 2] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Royal pardon to the citizens of Dublin and confirming their privileges

1489 (4 Hen. 7) [c. 3] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Discharge of the prior and convent of All Saints of all taxes for their lands

1489 (4 Hen. 7) [sess. 2 c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Inrolment at request of Janico Husse of Castelton de Taveragh

1490 (5 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Stephen Dovedall of le Newton of Termonfeghyn, County Louth, exonerated from all breaches of the King's peace

1491 (6 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [Analecta Hibernica No. 10]

Freeing Glassnevyn from coynye and livery

1491 (6 Hen. 7) [c. 2] [Analecta Hibernica No. 29]

Licence to Gerald, Earl of Kildare, and others to found a chantry at Athboy

1492 (7 Hen. 7) [c. 1]

Freedom of subsidy to James Dillon

1492 (7 Hen. 7) [c. 3]

Judgment of the mayoralty court of Galway reversed

1492 (7 Hen. 7) [c. 4]

Provisions against the despoilers of Sir Gilbert Debenham

1493 (8 Hen. 7) [c. 1] [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Annulment of all indictments and judgements against Walter, Archbishop of Dublin

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence for Irishmen to be presented to benefices

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Indictments against the mayor, bailiffs and commons of Waterford City to be void

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Restoration of Maurice Wise to the lands of Islandikane and Ballydermody, County Waterford

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirmation of the liberties of the Church and provision against those contravening them

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Parish of Ballyboghil, County Dublin, to supply only one horse cart when necessary for expeditions of war

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 8 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Pardon to the abbot of St. Mary's, Dublin, of all treasons and other offences

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Ballydowd, in the parish of Esker, County Dublin, to be discharged from payment of rent

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 10 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

John Wyse, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, to be appointed special justice in counties Kilkenny and Waterford

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Resumption of grants made by James, Earl of Ormond, and John, Earl of Ormond

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 12 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Edward of Bermingham and his heirs to have the office of chief serjeant of County Meath

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Deputy Lieutenant empowered to make provisos until the dissolution of the present Parliament

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 14 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

William Porter and John Beker to pay rents to Clement Fitz Lenes of Dublin

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

John and Margaret Fitz John to appear to show title to Osberstown and other lands in County Kildare

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Repeal of all Acts against Christopher Barnewall

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Repeal of Act against Christopher Barnewall

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Elizabeth Barnewall, widow of Nicholas Hussey, baron of Galtrim, to have her dower

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 19 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Simon Petit to appear to show title to Mullingar and the Irishtown there, at the request of Edmond Botiller, baron of Dunboyne

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Act of resumption (seizing of all lands and entitlements rightfully belonging to the King)

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

George Nettervill and others to surrender to answer for treasons, robberies and other offences

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 22 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Annulment of Acts against Thomas and William Botiller

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence of absence for John fitz Lenes, prebendary of Swords, studying at Oxford

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Licence of absence for Richard Eustace, prebendary of Swords, studying at Oxford

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 25 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Sir James Ormond to have waste lands in counties Kilkenny and Tipperary unless the heirs come to inhabit them

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 26 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, his successors and tenants to be exempt from payment of taxes

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 27 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Sir Roland fitz Eustace, former treasurer of Ireland, to appear and account for his term of office

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Edmond Vale and others to appear to answer for the attack on Simon Murghell

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 29 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Patrick Dillon to enter into possession of half of the lands of Staffordstown and Gillstown, County Meath

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 30 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Manor of Moymurdry, County Meath, discharged from payment of coynye (billeting) and livery and other charges

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Balscadden and other lands in County Dublin to be assessed as two ploughlands

1493 (8 Hen. 7) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Holmpatrick priory to receive new custom on fishing vessels called poundage to enable it to complete a harbour near Skerries

1493 (8 Hen. 7) [P.R.O. vol. 5, Appendix 2]

Protection of pilgrims visiting Christchurch Cathedral

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 1

Liberties of the Church

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 2

Franchises and privileges of the land of Ireland

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 3

Liberties of cities and towns

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 4

To outlaw use of coynye and livery (use of money and food for man and horse without payment for defence of lands)

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 8

Granting 12 pence of every pound of merchants (customs) during 5 years to the King

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 11

Act of resumption of land into the King's hands

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 14

Cancelling of records done in the name of Edw. 6 (Lambert Simnel)

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 15

No person to be Lord of St. Johns Jerusalem unless of English blood

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 16

Lord of Killmayne

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 17

Lord of St. Johns

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 18

Lord of Kyllmayne

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 24

Acquittance for the Earl of Kildare and Sir James Ormond

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 26

Treasurer to be Governor in the absence of the Deputy

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 27

Discharge of annuities arising out of coynye and livery (money and food for man and horse without payment for defence of lands)

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 31

Authorisation of the Act against Lollards and heretics

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 33

The Chancellor to have authority to continue and dissolve Parliament in the absence of the Deputy

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 34

Ditches to be made about the English Pale

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 41

Attainder of the Earl of Kildare for treason

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 42

Act of Attainder of James FitzThomas Gerald and others

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 43

Authority to the Deputy and Council to examine alienations made by spiritual persons

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 44

Authority to the Chancellor for the ordering of annuities granted of spiritual possessions

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 45

Restitution of spiritual possessions of the Church

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 46

Order for payment to Thomas Garthe

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 47

Repeal of pensions to the Earl of Kildare and others

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 48

Resumption of lands of House of St. John's by Waterford granted from it

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) c. 49

Richard Arnold of Dublin

1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) Statute Roll c. 11 (a)

Explanation of a proviso in favour of Christchurch Cathedral

1495 (10 Hen. 7) c. 17 [1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) Analecta Hibernica c. 32]

Private making of peace and war

1495 (10 Hen. 7) c. 22 [1494-95 (10 Hen. 7) Analecta Hibernica c. 39]

Poynings’ Law

Poynings’ Act 1495

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 2]

Lords to ride in a saddle in the English manner or face fine

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 3]

Compels lords to wear robes in parliament as in England

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 4]

Poundage

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 5]

Subsidy, tax on land

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 6]

Restoration of the Earl of Kildare

1498-99 (14 Hen. 7) [c. 7]

Exception of Thomas, Earl of Ormond, from the Act of resumption

1499 (14 & 15 Hen. 7) [c. 8]

Confirmation of the Statute of Henry fitz Empress

1499 (14 & 15 Hen. 7) [c. 9]

Re-enactment of the Statute relating to absentees

1508-09 (24 Hen. 7) [c. 1]

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1508-09 (24 Hen. 7) [c. 2]

Securing the franchises and liberties of the land of Ireland

1508-09 (24 Hen. 7) [c. 3]

Taxes on ploughlands

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) c. 1

Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) c. 2

Confirming the liberties and franchises of the land of Ireland

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) c. 3

Confirming the liberties and franchises of Dublin and other corporate towns

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) c. 4

Taxes

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) c. 5

Letters under the Privy Seal out of England

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) [c. 6]

Withdrawing licences of absence and confirming the Statute relating to absentees

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) [c. 7]

Forbidding the purchase of corn, except in market, and of tithes

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) [c. 8]

Merchants importing from England to bring a certain proportion of long bows and arrows

1516 (8 & 9 Hen. 8) [c. 10]

Prohibition of export and import except through a main port

1531 (23 Hen. 8) [c. 1]

Assuring 300 marks yearly out of various manors to the Countess of Kildare

1531 (23 Hen. 8) [c. 2]

Repeal of the Act of 22 Edw. 4, granting counties Kildare and Carlow to the Earl of Kildare, as regards persons of England

1533 (24 & 25 Hen. 8 sess. 2) c. 1

Act of subsidy (taxes)

1536-37 (28 Hen. 8) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 5 as 1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 1]

Attainder of the Earl of Kildare and others

1536-37 (28 Hen. 8) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 5 as 1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 13]

Forfeiture of Sir Waltier Delahide's estate

1536-37 (28 Hen. 8) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 5 as 1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 38]

Parsonage of Dungarvan

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 18 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

First fruits of abbeys

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 20 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Pardons

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Duleek

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 35 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Pardons

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Confirming the orders to be made by the commissioners and others

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 41 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Declaration of the act of subsidy (taxes)

1536-37 (28 & 29 Hen. 8) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 5]

Orders taken by the commissioners and others

1542 (33 Hen. 8) c. 7

Distress for rent

1542 (33 Hen. 8 sess. 1) Analecta Hibernica c. 10

Distress

1542 (33 Hen. 8 sess. 2) c. 5

Suppression of Kilmainham and other religious houses

1542 (33 Hen. 8 sess. 2) Analecta Hibernica c. 1

The King, his heirs and successors to be Kings of Ireland

1542 (34 Hen. 8 sess. 2) c. 1

Manor of Dungarvan

1543 (34 Hen. 8 sess. 2) Analecta Hibernica c. 1

Act of subsidy (taxes)

1556 (3 & 4 Phil. & Mar.) c. 1

Counties of Leix and Offaly

1556 (3 & 4 Phil. & Mar.) c. 6

Robbery: restitution

1560 (2 Eliz.) c. 7

Priory or Hospital of Saint John’s Jerusalem

1560 (2 Eliz.) c. 8

Sir Oswald Massingberde

1569 (11 Eliz.) c. 3

Lands of Christopher Eustace

1569 (11 Eliz. sess. 3) c. 1

Attainder of Shane O'Neill, etc.

1569 (11 Eliz. sess. 3) c. 3

Attainder of Thomas Fitzgerald, Knight of the Valley

1569 (11 Eliz. sess. 4) c. 2

Restoring the Earl of Kildare to his blood

1570 (12 Eliz.) c. 5

Certain attainders

1570 (12 Eliz. sess. 2) c. 1

Attainder of Thomas Queverford

1571 (13 Eliz.) c. 3

Attainder of John Fitzgerald, called the White Knight

1585 (27 Eliz.) c. 1

Attainder of James Eustace, Lord Baltinglas

1585 (27 Eliz.) c. 2

Restitution in blood of Laurence Delahyde

1586 (28 Eliz.) c. 7

Attainder of the Earl of Desmond and others

1586 (28 Eliz.) c. 8

Attainder of John Brown and others

1586 (28 Eliz.) c. 9

Restitution in blood of Taaffe’s wife

1613-15 (11, 12 & 13 Jas. 1) c. 4

Attainder of the Earl of Tyrone and others

1634 (10 Chas. 1 sess. 2) c. 2

Wills

1634 (10 Chas. 1 sess. 2) c. 19

Trials for felony

1634-35 (10 & 11 Chas. 1) c. 7

Distress for rent

1634-35 (10 & 11 Chas. 1) c. 17

Burning corn in the straw

1639 (15 Chas. 1) c. 1

Pleading in information of intrusion

1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 12

Extension of time limited by Act of Settlement

1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 20

Grant to James, Duke of Ormond

1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 14

St. Patrick’s Cathedral leases

1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 16

Bridge at Cappoquin

1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 21

Watercourse in St. Patrick Street

1695 (7 Will. 3) c. 9

Profane oaths

Profane Oaths Act 1695

1697 (9 Will. 3) c. 5

Confirmation of several outlawries

1697 (9 Will. 3) c. 7

Benefit of clergy

1697 (9 Will. 3) [c. 18]

Raising of £2500 for the relief of the inhabitants of the town of Bandon

1698 (10 Will. 3) c. 2

Butter and butter casks

1698 (10 Will. 3) c. 15

Duncannon Fort

1698 (10 Will. 3) c. 16

Explanation of Act of Settlement

1705 (4 Ann.) c. 7

Export duty on rape seed

1709 (8 Ann.) c. 4

Posthumous children may inherit

1709 (8 Ann.) c. 13

Armagh parishes

1710 (9 Ann.) c. 7

Buying and selling of cattle

1715 (2 Geo. 1) c. 22

Maiming of cattle

1717 (4 Geo. 1) c. 9

Amending certain Acts

1717 (4 Geo. 1) c. 14

Diocese of Tuam: Green Coat Hospital in Cork

1717 (4 Geo. 1) c. 15

Galway

1717 (4 Geo. 1) c. 16

Kilkenny Corporation

1719 (6 Geo. 1) c. 6

Writs of error, etc.

1719 (6 Geo. 1) c. 15

Paving of cities, fires, etc.

1719 (6 Geo. 1) c. 16

Watercourse in the River Dodder

1725 (12 Geo. 1) c. 10

Ecclesiastical residences, etc.

1727 (1 Geo. 2) c. 18

Augmentation of small livings: improvements by church tenants

1727 (1 Geo. 2) c. 22

Maintenance of curates

1729 (3 Geo. 2) c. 14

Master and workman: trade unions

1729 (3 Geo. 2) c. 19

Dublin and Navan Road

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 4

Security of trade

Security of Trade Act 1731

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 17

Road from Black-Bull to Athboy in County Meath

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 18

Road from the Kilcullen in County Kildare to the City of Kilkenny

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 19

Repair of road from Kilkenny to Clonmel

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 20

Repair of road from City of Cork to the brook bordering Cork and Tipperary

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 21

Road from Naas in County Kildare to Maryborough in Queen's County

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 22

Repair of the road from Newcastle in County Limerick to the City of Limerick and from there to the City of Cork

1731 (5 Geo. 2) c. 23

Relief of creditors of Mead's Bank

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 8

Deer stealing

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 20

Repair of road leading from the City of Cork to Kilworth Mountain, County Cork

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 22

Repair of roads in Meath

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 23

Repair of road from Down to Belfast, County Antrim

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 25

Repair of roads from Clare and Galway to the town of Ennis in County Clare

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 26

Relief of the creditors of Burton’s Bank

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 14

Roads in Westmeath and Longford

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 15

Repair of roads in Antrim and Londonderry

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 17

Roads in Down and Antrim

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 18

Roads in Armagh and Antrim

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 19

Roads in Armagh and Down

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 21

Roads in Westmeath and Longford

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 22

Roads in Tipperary and Laois

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 23

Roads in Kildare and Laois

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 24

Roads in counties Kilkenny and Kildare

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 26

Road from Kilkenny to Clonmel

1735 (9 Geo. 2) c. 27

Relief of creditors of Burton's Bank

1737 (11 Geo. 2) c. 17

Roads in Westmeath, Longford, Roscommon, Tipperary and Limerick

1737 (11 Geo. 2) c. 18

Roads from Limerick to Tipperary

1739 (13 Geo. 2) c. 13

Roads in Antrim

1739 (13 Geo. 2) c. 14

Road in County Laois to County Tipperary

1739 (13 Geo. 2) c. 15

Roads leading from County Tipperary to County Cork

1739 (13 Geo. 2) c. 16

Roads leading from County Tipperary to County Offaly and County Westmeath

1743 (17 Geo. 2) c. 8

Payment of wages

Truck Act 1743

1743 (17 Geo. 2) c. 11

Forgery: marine salvage

1743 (17 Geo. 2) c. 13

Roads in Tipperary and Limerick

1745 (19 Geo. 2) c. 19

Roads in Limerick and Cork

1745 (19 Geo. 2) c. 20

Road from Naas to Maryborough

1747 (21 Geo. 2) c. 10

Parliamentary franchise and registration: qualification for municipal office

1747 (21 Geo. 2) c. 13

Tolls

1749 (23 Geo. 2) c. 12

Tithes and parish clerks

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 8

Apprentices

Apprentices Act 1751

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 11

Wills

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 15

Weights and measures

Weights and Measures Act 1751

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 17

Roads from Tipperary to Kilkenny

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 18

Roads in Laois and Offaly

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 19

Roads in Kildare, Laois, Kilkenny and Carlow

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 20

Roads in the counties of Offaly and Kildare

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 21

Road from Kilkenny to Clonmel: relief of Richard Gore and John Wallis

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 22

Relief of the creditors of Burton's Bank

1753 (27 Geo. 2) c. 3

River Lagan navigation

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 8

Apprentices

Apprentices Act 1755

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 13

Dublin streets

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 16

Business of bankers

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 19

Roads in Cork, Limerick and Kerry

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 20

Roads in Tipperary and Cork

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 21

Relief of the creditors of certain firms of bankers

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 22

Relief of the creditors of certain firms of bankers

1755 (29 Geo. 2) c. 23

Relief of the creditors of certain bankers

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 5

Parishes in the diocese of Dromore

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 12

Relief of creditors of Burton's Bank

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 18

Road from Castlecomer to Limerick

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 20

Baal's Bridge, Limerick

1759 (33 Geo. 2) c. 4

Relief of the creditors of Malone's Bank

1759 (33 Geo. 2) c. 11

Parish clerks: sites for churches

1759 (33 Geo. 2) c. 15

Essex Bridge in Dublin: Baal's Bridge in Limerick

1759 (33 Geo. 2) c. 18

Lighting of cities

1761 (1 Geo. 3) c. 15

Antrim roads

1761 (1 Geo. 3) c. 19

Bridges in Cork

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 6

Lagan navigation

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 10

Relief of creditors of Wilcock's Bank

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 16

Charitable uses

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 31

Road from Dundalk to Banbridge

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 32

Road from Dublin to Kilkenny

1763 (3 Geo. 3) c. 36

Roads in Dublin

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 12

Funds of the Dublin Society: subscribers in arrear shall not vote

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 13

Road in Cork County

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 25

Roads in Athlone and Roscommon

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 26

Roads in Kildare, Laois, Offaly and Tipperary

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 27

Roads in Louth and Armagh

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 28

Roads in Dublin, Kildare and Laois

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 4

Grand jury presentments for court houses, etc.

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 9

Union of parishes, dilapidations, etc.

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 10

Roads in Cork and Kerry

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 11

Roads in Kerry and Limerick

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 13

Road in Down and Antrim

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 15

Dublin Society: service of legal process on their assistant secretary

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 17

Parish of Armagh

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 18

Creditors of Theophilus Desbrisay

1767 (7 Geo. 3) c. 22

Royal Exchange in Dublin

1771-72 (11 & 12 Geo. 3) c. 13

Sackville Street and Marlborough Street

1771-72 (11 & 12 Geo. 3) c. 26

Lagan navigation

1771-72 (11 & 12 Geo. 3) c. 35

Closing a road near Lucan

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 12

Lagan navigation

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 28

Road from Dublin to Dunleer

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 29

Roads in Cork, Tipperary and Kilkenny

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 30

Roads in Louth

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 31

Roads in Kerry and Limerick

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 33

Road in Clare and Limerick

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 34

Roads in Dublin: presentments in County of City of Dublin

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 36

Road in Armagh and Down

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 39

Road from Dublin to Kinnegad

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 40

Public library in Armagh

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 41

Expiring laws: trawling, etc.

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 42

Expiring laws: game, etc.

1773-74 (13 & 14 Geo. 3) c. 46

Poor relief

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 12

Roads in Kildare, Kilkenny, Queen's County and Carlow

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 13

Roads in Kildare and Queen's County

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 17

Exchange of glebes: Parish of Armagh

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 24

Dublin pipe water

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 27

Landlord and tenant: ejectment for non-payment of rents

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 28

Dublin roads

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 33

Plundering wrecks

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 36

Roads in Queen’s County and Tipperary

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 37

Roads in Dublin and Meath

1775-76 (15 & 16 Geo. 3) c. 38

Will of George Vaughan

1777-78 (17 & 18 Geo. 3) c. 12

Incorporation of the Charitable Musical Society in Dublin

1777-78 (17 & 18 Geo. 3) c. 37

Roads in Dublin and Meath

1777-78 (17 & 18 Geo. 3) c. 39

Roads in Tipperary, King's County and Westmeath

1777-78 (17 & 18 Geo. 3) c. 40

Roads in Tipperary, King's County and Queen's County

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 13

Dublin pipe water

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 15

Expiring laws continuance: beggars in Lisburn

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 19

Prevention of combinations

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 27

Amendment of Cork Improvement Act

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 32

Lagan navigation

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 42

Cork baking trade

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 43

Roads in Dublin and Meath

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 44

Roads in Dublin

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 45

Roads in Kilkenny and Tipperary

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 46

Roads in Tipperary and Clare

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 47

Roads in Tipperary, Offaly and Westmeath

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 48

Roads in Tipperary and Cork

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 49

Roads in Tipperary and Cork

1779-80 (19 & 20 Geo. 3) c. 51

Estate of Sir Henry Cavendish

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 13

St. John's Hospital in Limerick

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 19

Dublin Custom House

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 20

Crown debts

State Debts Act 1781

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 39

Road from Dublin to Mullingar

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 40

Expiring laws continuance

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 42

Gaols: deputies for recorders

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 48

Confirmation of English Statutes (Yelverton’s Act)

Calendar Act 1781

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 52

Churchwardens

1781-82 (21 & 22 Geo. 3) c. 64

Road from Kilkenny to Clonmel

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 15

Cargo of the ship “Vriendscap”

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 20

Obstruction of Trade

Obstruction of Trade Act 1783

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 27

Road from Dundalk to Banbridge

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 31

Dublin streets: the Linen Hall

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 41

Prisons

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 43

Creditors of John Tunnadine

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 44

Limerick Gaol

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 45

Receiver of stolen goods

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 46

Landlord and tenant: apportionment

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 49

Endowments of parishes, glebe lands, etc.

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 51

Settlement of citizens of Geneva on Crown lands in Waterford

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 57

Dublin streets: Rotunda Hospital

1783-84 (23 & 24 Geo. 3) c. 59

Disability of Lord Strangford

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 21

Ecclesiastical dilapidations (See-House in Limerick)

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 33

Nenagh Road: repealing Act

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 39

Cashel Infirmary

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 40

Queen's County Infirmary

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 43

Rutland Square and the Rotunda Hospital

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 50

Foundling Hospital, Dublin

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 53

Crown debts

State Debts Act 1785

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 64

Port and Ballast Office of Belfast

1785 (25 Geo. 3) c. 65

Conyngham’s estate

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 14

Dublin county roads

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 36

John Kyan’s smelting house

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 38

Inland navigation

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 42

Estate of Robert Brooke

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 56

Navigation House in Dublin

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 58

Bridge in Waterford

1786 (26 Geo. 3) c. 59

Site for a gaol in Limerick

1787 (27 Geo. 3) c. 21

County Down Court House

1787 (27 Geo. 3) c. 41

Weightmasters

Weights and Measures Act 1787

1787 (27 Geo. 3) c. 52

Stealing lead, iron, etc.

1787 (27 Geo. 3) c. 58

Road in Tipperary

1788 (28 Geo. 3) c. 37

Sheep stealing

1788 (28 Geo. 3) c. 39

Cork gaol

1788 (28 Geo. 3) c. 43

Canal near Malahide

1788 (28 Geo. 3) c. 50

Dublin improvement: water and roads

1789 (29 Geo. 3) c. 27

Churches and glebes

1789 (29 Geo. 3) c. 31

Canal in Lough Neagh

1790 (30 Geo. 3) c. 27

Grants for charities: Rotunda Hospital

1790 (30 Geo. 3) c. 38

Road in Tipperary and Kilkenny

1790 (30 Geo. 3) c. 43

Down Cathedral

1790 (30 Geo. 3) c. 47

Road from Limerick to Cork

1791 (31 Geo. 3) c. 39

Royal Mining Company

1791 (31 Geo. 3) c. 40

Landlord and tenant: cutting trees

1791 (31 Geo. 3) c. 45

Merrion Square

1791 (31 Geo. 3) c. 46

Armagh observatory

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 12

Explaining certain deeds of trust

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 14

Grants: Dublin Society

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 25

Forfeited recognizances

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 34

Estate of the Bishop of Cork

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 40

Expiring laws continuance

1792 (32 Geo. 3) c. 41

Creditors of Robert Brook

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 10

Newry navigation

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 13

Grants: Dublin Society

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 20

Newcastle, Limerick and Cork road

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 27

Morgan’s charity

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 32

Roads in Queen’s County, etc.

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 47

Price of coals in Cork

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 48

Suit as to an advowson

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 54

Quay walls in Dublin; port of Dublin

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 56

Grand jury presentments and vestry cess in Dublin City

1794 (34 Geo. 3) c. 8

Fire in ships in Dublin

1794 (34 Geo. 3) c. 9

Water supply in cities and towns

1794 (34 Geo. 3) c. 12

Relief of two insolvent debtors

1794 (34 Geo. 3) c. 15

Dublin Society: the Incorporated Society for Promoting English Protestant Schools

1795 (35 Geo. 3) c. 12

Acts of Parliament to commence from royal assent

Pre-Union Irish Statutes (Commence-ment) Act 1795

1795 (35 Geo. 3) c. 16

Repeal of Road Acts

1795 (35 Geo. 3) c. 31

Relief of Peter Adams

1795 (35 Geo. 3) c. 34

Dublin Grand Jury presentments

1796 (36 Geo. 3) c. 4

Road in Tipperary

1796 (36 Geo. 3) c. 45

Woollen and cotton manufactures

1796 (36 Geo. 3) c. 60

Hutchinson’s charity

1797 (37 Geo. 3) c. 34

Dublin House of Industry

1797 (37 Geo. 3) c. 54

National Debt

1797 (37 Geo. 3) c. 55

Road from Dublin to Kilcullen

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 22

Road in Cork

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 25

Civil Bill Courts

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 28

Road in Down and Antrim

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 34

Dublin House of Industry

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 40

Irish Mine Company

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 71

Annuity on Earl Saint Vincent

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 77

Attainder of Lord Edward FitzGerald, and two others, deceased

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 79

Grants for the Grand Canal and Royal Canal

1798 (38 Geo. 3) c. 83

Road from Dublin to Kilcullen

1799 (39 Geo. 3) c. 52

Road in Cork

1799 (39 Geo. 3) c. 53

Dublin: wide streets

1799 (39 Geo. 3) c. 63

Forgery: Bank of England

Bank of England Act 1799

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 20

Regulation of bounties

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 26

Site for Newry Barracks

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 27

Maintenance of curates

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 32

Clare Infirmary

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 33

Foundling Hospital in Dublin

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 35

Charleton's estate

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 37

Belfast improvement

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 40

Dublin House of Industry

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 65

Female Orphan House in Dublin

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 66

Association for Discountenancing Vice

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 73

Liffey walls

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 80

Parliamentary elections: polling in Derry and Coleraine

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 82

Ecclesiastical residences

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 85

College of Maynooth

Maynooth College Act 1800

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 93

Roads in Waterford and Cork

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 94

Roads in Dublin, Kildare, Limerick and Cork

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 95

Roads in Limerick

1800 (40 Geo. 3) c. 98

Road from Tubber to Limerick

PART 2

Statutes of England 1066 to 1706

Year, session and chapter

Subject matter

Short title (if any)

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [1]

One God to be revered throughout the whole realm; peace and security to be preserved between English and Normans

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [2]

Oath of loyalty

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [3]

Protection of the King's peace

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [4]

Frenchmen to pay “scot and lot”

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [5]

Live cattle to be sold in cities

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [6]

Defence of French allegations of offences

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [7]

Hold the law of King Edward

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [8]

Freeman's pledge and surety

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [9]

Prohibition on the sale of any man by another outside the country

Statute of uncertain date (1070 to 1087) (Will. 1) Laws of William the Conqueror [10]

Forbidding killings and hangings

Statute of uncertain date (circa 1072) (Will. 1)

Writ concerning spiritual and temporal courts

1077 (11 Will. 1)

Writ concerning conduct of sheriffs

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [1]

Freedom of the Church of God

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [2]

Redemption of lands by just and lawful “relief”

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [3]

Marriage

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [4]

Dower

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [5]

Common mintage

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [6]

Pardon of debts and fees owing to the King's brother

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [7]

Bequeathments of barons' properties

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [8]

Forfeiture by barons or the King's men

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [9]

Remission of all murder-fines incurred before the crowning of the King

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [10]

Retention of forests

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [11]

Relieving knight's burden on their land

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [12]

Peace to be kept in all the Kingdom

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [13]

Restoration of the law of King Edward

1100 (1 Hen. 1) Coronation Charter [14]

Return of lands belonging to the King

Statute of uncertain date (1108 to 1111) (Hen. 1)

Charter concerning the holding of courts of shire and hundred

Statute of uncertain date (circa 1135) (Stephen)

Charter on confirmation of laws

1136 (1 Stephen)

Charter on liberties of church

1153 (18 Stephen)

Charter describing the Treaty of Winchester

1154 (1 Hen. 2)

Charter on confirmation of liberties

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [1]

Observance of customs, liberties and privileges of the realm

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [2]

Prohibition on churches being granted in perpetuity

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [3]

Jurisdiction of King's courts and ecclesiastical courts

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [4]

Absence from the realm for clergy

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [5]

Excommunications and the chance of absolution

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [6]

Laymen not be accused save by accredited and lawful accusers and witnesses in the presence of the bishop

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [7]

Application to the lord King if any of his officials are to be excommunicated

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [8]

Excommunication appeals

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [9]

Disputes between clerks and laymen

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [10]

Applications to the chief officer of the lord King in that town before excommunication

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [11]

Archbishops, bishops and all beneficed clergy to observe and perform all royal rights like barons

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [12]

Vacancies in archbishoprics or bishoprics

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [13]

Bringing magnates of the realm to justice

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [14]

Chattels under forfeiture to the King may not be retained by any church

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [15]

Pleas of debt to lie in the justice of the King

1164 (10 Hen. 2) Constitutions of Clarendon [16]

Sons of villeins ought not to be ordained

1164 (10 Hen. 2)

Writ of Hen. 2 addressed to the bishops of England

1164 (10 Hen. 2)

Writ of Hen. 2 addressed to the sheriffs of England

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [1]

Inquiry into accused or notoriously suspect

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [2]

Suspected robbers, murderers and thieves be taken and put to the ordeal of water

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [3]

Claim by pledge (bail)

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [4]

Sheriffs to inform justices

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [5]

No man to have court or justice or chattels save the lord King in his court in the presence of his justices

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [6]

Sheriffs to bring the arrested before the justice

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [7]

Construction of gaols

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [8]

County courts oath

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [9]

Entry of sheriffs to take the view of frankpledge

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [10]

No one to hold men or receive them in cities and boroughs

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [11]

Sheriffs to enter onto land for arrests and aid to be provided

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [12]

No law for those found in possession of the spoils of robbery or theft

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [13]

Confession to robbery or murder or theft

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [14]

Outlawed persons banished and sent beyond the sea

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [15]

Vagabonds (strangers) not to be given shelter for more than one night unless he becomes sick there, or his horse does

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [16]

Arresting vagabonds

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [17]

Sheriffs to send word to each other in the different counties over fugitives fleeing

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [18]

Record of fleeing fugitives

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [19]

Sheriffs to present newcomers to justices

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [20]

Forbidding monks or canons or any religious house to receive men unless their reputation is known

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [21]

No one to receive any renegades branded and excommunicated at Oxford

1166 (12 Hen. 2) Assize of Clarendon [22]

This assize to be kept in the King's realm so long as it shall please him

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [1]

Ordeal of water if accused of murder, theft, robbery or harbouring men

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [2]

No one to entertain any stranger for whom he is unwilling to be responsible, unless there be a reasonable excuse for the hospitality

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [3]

Confessions to felonies cannot be retracted

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [4]

Succession

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [5]

Justices of the lord King to make inquisitions concerning dispossessions

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [6]

Oaths of fealty

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [7]

Justices to determine all suits and rights pertaining to the lord King

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [8]

Demolition of destroyed castles

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [9]

Justices to make inquiry into those who are in gift of the lord King

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [10]

Bailiffs to answer to the Exchequer

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [11]

Justices to make inquiry concerning the custody of castles

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [12]

Thieves to be handed over to the sheriff

1176 (22 Hen. 2) Assize of Northampton [13]

Justices cause search to be made for those who have fled from the Kingdom

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [1]

Equipment to be given in exchange for a knight's fee

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [2]

Equipment for freemen holding property

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [3]

Burgesses and freemen to have equipment

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [4]

Swear allegiance to the lord King

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [5]

Arms to pass to heir in the event of death

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [6]

Selling off of excess arms

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [7]

No Jew to keep in his possession a hauberk or an “aubergel”

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [8]

No arms to be carried out of England except by order of the King

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [9]

Justices to cause oaths to be sworn by lawful knights and freemen

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [10]

Those who have not arms, the lord King will seize their persons

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [11]

Limit on value of land for swearing upon

1181 (27 Hen. 2) Assize of Arms [12]

Prohibition on buying or selling any ship with intent to take it out of England

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [1]

Forbids transgression against the King’s hunting-rights or his forests

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [2]

Forbids anyone in the King's forests to have bows or arrows or hounds or harriers

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [3]

Prohibition on giving or selling anything to the wasting or destruction of his own woods which lie within the forest of the King

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [4]

Installation of suitable foresters

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [5]

Reparation for destroyed woods

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [6]

Foresters to swear to the lord King

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [7]

Knights to protect venison and cattle

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [8]

Foresters shall be seized for destruction of woods

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [9]

Clerks forbidden from transgressing either in regard to venison or forests belonging to the King

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [10]

King's assarts (forest land cleared of trees and bushes) to be inspected, etc.

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [11]

Persons to heed the summons of the master-forester to come and hear the pleas of the lord King concerning his forests

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [12]

No pledges to be taken for a third transgression except the very person of the transgressor

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [13]

Keeping the King's peace

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [14]

Mutilation of dogs

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [15]

No tanner or bleacher of hides shall dwell in the King's forests outside of a borough

1184 (30 Hen. 2) Assize of the Forest [16]

None to hunt wild animals by night with a view to their capture

1188 (34 Hen. 2) Ordinance of the Saladin Tithe [1]

Alms of a tenth of revenues and movables

1188 (34 Hen. 2) Ordinance of the Saladin Tithe [2]

Money to be collected in each parish

1188 (34 Hen. 2) Ordinance of the Saladin Tithe [3]

Clerks and knights who have taken the cross shall not pay this tithe

1188 (34 Hen. 2) Ordinance of the Saladin Tithe [4]

Payment of the tithe

1205 (6 John)

Writ for the levying of a force for the defence of the Kingdom

1207 (8 John)

Writ for the assessment of the Thirteenth

1214 (16 John)

Charter of King John for free elections in all England

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [1]

King concedes that he will not take a man without judgment and will not do injustice

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [2]

Succession and heir of age

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [3]

Heirs under age

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [4]

Female heirs

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [5]

Death of barons

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [6]

Dower

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [7]

Army service

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [8]

Scutage

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [9]

Disafforest

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [10]

Woods for knights

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [11]

Debts to Jews

Statute of uncertain date (before 15 June 1215) “Unknown” Charter of Liberties [12]

A man is not to lose life or limb for a beast

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [1]

English Church shall be free

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [2]

Relief

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [3]

Wardship

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [4]

Wardship

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [5]

Lands in ward

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [6]

Marriage of heirs

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [7]

Widow, quarantine, dower, etc.

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [8]

No widow forced to marry

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [9]

Crown debt

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [10]

Money borrowed from the Jews

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [11]

Dying indebted to the Jews

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [12]

Scutage

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [13]

Confirmation of liberties

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [14]

Summons

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [15]

Aid

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [16]

Distress for services

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [17]

Common pleas

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [18]

Recognitions of novel disseisin, mort d'ancester and darrein presentment

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [19]

Assizes

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [20]

Amercement of freemen and others

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [21]

Amercement of earls and barons

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [22]

Amercement of clerks

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [23]

Making of bridges

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [24]

Pleas of the Crown

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [25]

Old rents

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [26]

Death of anyone holding a lay fief

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [27]

Intestacy

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [28]

No constable or other bailiff to take anyone's corn or other chattels

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [29]

Castle-guard

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [30]

Prohibition on taking horses or carts of freemen for transport work

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [31]

Timber for castles

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [32]

Land of felons

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [33]

Suppression of weirs

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [34]

Writ of praecipe

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [35]

Measures and weights

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [36]

Criminal writs

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [37]

Wardship

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [38]

Reliable witnesses

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [39]

Criminal and civil justice

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [40]

Justice

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [41]

Treatment of foreign merchants

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [42]

Absence from the Kingdom

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [43]

Baronies escheated to the Crown

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [44]

Justices of the forest

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [46]

Custody of vacant abbeys

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [47]

Disafforested land

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [48]

Evil customs connected with forests and warrens, etc.

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [49]

Return of all hostages and charters as security for peace of faithful service

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [50]

Removal from certain offices of certain individuals

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [51]

Removal from the Kingdom of all foreign knights, etc.

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [52]

Restoration of those disseised of or kept out of lands

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [53]

Wardship of lands which are of the fief of another

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [54]

Appeal of death

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [55]

Remission of unjust fines

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [56]

Disseisment of Welshmen

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [57]

Usual period of respite for crusaders

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [58]

Giving back of all hostages from Wales

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [59]

Return of Scottish hostages

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [60]

Confirmation of liberties

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [61]

Twenty-five of the Kingdom's barons to observe, hold and cause to be held, the peace and liberties

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [62]

Remission to clergy and laity

1215 (17 John) Magna Carta [63]

Confirmation of customs and liberties

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [1]

Confirmation of liberties

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [2]

Reliefs

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [3]

Wardships

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [4]

Wardships

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [5]

Lands in ward and temporalities of vacant archbishoprics, etc.

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [6]

Marriage of heirs

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [7]

Widow, quarantine, dower, etc.

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [8]

No widow shall be forced to marry

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [9]

Crown debt

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [10]

Confirmation of liberties

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [11]

Distress for services

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [12]

Common pleas

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [13]

Recognitions of novel disseisin, mort d'ancestor and darrein presentment

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [14]

Assizes

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [15]

Amercement of freemen

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [16]

Amercement of earls and barons

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [17]

Amercement of clerks

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [18]

Making of bridges

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [19]

Pleas of the Crown

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [20]

Death of anyone holding a lay fief

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [21]

No constable or other bailiff to take anyone's corn or other chattels

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [22]

Castle-guard

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [23]

Prohibition on taking horses or carts of freemen for transport work

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [24]

Timber for castles

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [25]

Land of felons

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [26]

Suppression of weirs

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [27]

Writ of praecipe

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [28]

Measures and weights

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [29]

Criminal writs

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [30]

Wardship

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [31]

Wager of law

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [32]

Criminal and civil justice

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [33]

Justice

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [34]

Treatment of foreign merchants

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [35]

Baronies escheated to the Crown

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [36]

Justices of the forest

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [37]

Custody of vacant abbeys

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [38]

Disafforested lands

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [39]

Appeal of death

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [40]

Disseisment of Welshmen

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [41]

Confirmation of customs and liberties

1216 (1 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [42]

Deferral of certain articles

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [1]

Confirmation of liberties

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [2]

Reliefs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [3]

Wardships

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [4]

Wardships

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [5]

Lands in ward and temporalities of vacant archbishoprics, etc.

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [6]

Marriage of heirs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [7]

Widow, quarantine, dower, etc.

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [8]

No widow forced to marry

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [9]

Crown debt

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [10]

Confirmation of liberties

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [11]

Distress for services

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [12]

Common pleas

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [13]

Circuits

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [14]

Assizes

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [15]

Assizes of darrein presentment

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [16]

Amercement of freemen

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [17]

Amercement of earls and barons

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [18]

Amercement of ecclesiastical persons

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [19]

Making of bridges

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [20]

Obstructing of rivers

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [21]

Pleas of the Crown

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [22]

Crown debt

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [23]

Purveyance

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [24]

Castle-guard

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [25]

Prohibition on taking horses or carts of freemen for transport work

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [26]

No demesne cart of any ecclesiastical person, knight, or lady to be taken by bailiffs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [27]

Timber for castles

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [28]

Land of felons

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [29]

Suppression of weirs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [30]

Writ of praecipe

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [31]

Measures and weights

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [32]

Criminal writs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [33]

Wardship

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [34]

Wager of law

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [35]

Criminal and civil justice

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [36]

Justice

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [37]

Treatment of foreign merchants

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [38]

Baronies escheated to the Crown

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [39]

Restraint on alienation of land

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [40]

Custody of vacant abbeys

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [41]

Appeal of death

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [42]

Frankpledge: sheriff's tourn

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [43]

Mortmain

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [44]

Scutage

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [45]

Confirmation of customs and liberties

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [46]

Saving liberties and free customs persons had previously

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Magna Carta [47]

Destruction of castles

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [1]

Status of those who have made forest

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [2]

Justices of the forest

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [3]

Disafforested lands

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [4]

Possession of lands

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [5]

Regarders

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [6]

Expeditating of dogs

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [7]

No forester of beadle will make scolate or levy sheaves of corn, etc.

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [8]

Prohibition on swanimote

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [9]

Every free man shall agist his wood in the forest as he wishes and have his pannage

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [10]

No one shall henceforth lose life or limb because of venison

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [11]

Archbishop, bishop, earl or baron allowed beasts

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [12]

Making a mill, preserve, pond, marl-pit, ditch or arable

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [13]

Eyries of hawks, etc.

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [14]

Chimnage in bailiwick

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [15]

Outlawry

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [16]

Forest pleas

1217 (2 Hen. 3) Charter of the Forest [17]

Confirmation of liberties

1220 (4 Hen. 3)

Writ for the collection of a carucage (tax on land)

1225 (9 Hen. 3)

Writ for the collection of the Fifthteenth

1233 (17 Hen. 3)

Writ for the conservation of the peace

1233 (17 Hen. 3)

Statute concerning the Jews

1235 (19 Hen. 3)

Writ for the collection of scutage

1237 (21 Hen. 3)

Confirmation of the Charters

1237 (21 Hen. 3)

Writ for the collection of the Thirteenth

1252 (36 Hen. 3)

Writ for enforcing watch and ward and the Assize of Arms

1253 (37 Hen. 3)

Writ for carrying out the watch and ward and Assize of Arms

1256 (40 Hen. 3)

Royal ordinance on alienation by tenants-in-chief

1258 (42 Hen. 3)

Proclamation

1264 (48 Hen. 3)

Writ for conservation of the peace and summons to Parliament

1265 (49 Hen. 3)

Confirmation of the Charters

1272 (1 Edw. 1)

Order for the proclamation of the King's peace

1275 (3 Edw. 1)

Grant of custom on exported wool, woolfells and hides

1278 (6 Edw. 1)

Distraint of knighthood

1283 (11 Edw. 1)

Writ for the collection of a Thirteenth

1290 (18 Edw. 1)

Grant of aid pur fille marier

1290 (18 Edw. 1)

Writ for the collection of an aid

1297 (25 Edw. 1) Magna Carta c. 14

Amercement of freemen and others

1297 (25 Edw. 1) Carta de Foresta

Forest

1297 (25 Edw. 1) Pardon to H. de Bohun, and others

Pardon to de Bohun, Bygod, etc.

1301 (29 Edw. 1) Stat. de Escaetoribus

Escheators

1304 (32 Edw. 1)

Writ for the collection of talliage

1315 (8 Edw. 2)

Alienation by manorial tenants

1326 (19 Edw. 2)

Export of materials for cloth-manufacture prohibited

Statutes of uncertain date. Stat. de Pistoribus

Mill: toll

1338 (12 Edw. 3)

Ordinances of Walton

1380 (4 Ric. 2) c. 1

Gauging of vessels of wine, etc.

1425 (3 Hen. 6) c. 3

Customs

1485 (1 Hen. 7) c. 7

Hunting in forests

1495 (11 Hen. 7) c. 20

Doweress, etc.

1530 (22 Hen. 8) c. 12

Vagabonds

1533 (25 Hen. 8) c. 21

Ecclesiastical licences

1534 (26 Hen. 8) c. 13

High treason

1536 (28 Hen. 8) c. 7

Succession to the Crown: marriage

1540 (32 Hen. 8) c. 24

Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (possessions, etc.)

1541 (33 Hen. 8) c. 21

Royal assent by commission

1543 (35 Hen. 8) c. 3

King’s style

1547 (1 Edw. 6) c. 2

Election of bishops

1547 (1 Edw. 6) c. 7

Justices of the Peace

1627 (3 Chas. 1) c. 5

Continuation of Acts, etc.

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 4

Statute law

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 26

Impressment of seamen

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 28

Impressment of soldiers

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 30

Relief of His Majesty's subjects in Ireland

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 32

Taxation

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 33

Lands of Irish rebels; adventurers' subscriptions

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 34

Lands of Irish rebels; adventurers' subscriptions

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 35

Lands of Irish rebels; adventurers' subscription

1640 (16 Chas. 1) c. 37

Irish rebels

1660 (12 Chas. 2) c. 1

Parliament

1660 (12 Chas. 2) c. 7

Lord Ormond (restoration of lands, etc., in Ireland)

1660 (12 Chas. 2) c. 18

Navigation

1661 (13 Chas. 2) St. 1 c. 7

Confirmation of Acts

1661 (13 Chas. 2) St. 1 c. 14

Confirmation of Acts

1661 (13 Chas. 2) St. 1 c. 15

Legal proceedings during Commonwealth

1667 (19 & 20 Chas. 2) c. 3

Prize ships

1685 (1 Ja. 2) c. 17

Administration of intestates’ estate

1688 (1 Will. & Mar. sess. 2) c. 9

Relief of Irish protestants

1692 (4 Will. & Mar.) c. 24

Estreats

1698 (10 Will. 3) c. 16

Exportation

1698 (11 Will. 3) c. 2

Crown lands, forfeited estates

1700 (12 & 13 Will. 3) c. 10

Taxation: members of Parliament

1702 (1 Ann.) c. 1

Crown lands

Crown Lands Act 1702

1702 (1 Ann.) St. 2 c. 21

Treason

1704 (3 & 4 Ann.) c. 19

Ulster Society

1705 (4 & 5 Ann.) c. 13

See of Dublin

1706 (6 Ann.) c. 8

Maintenance of Church of England

PART 3

Statutes of Great Britain 1707 to 1800

Year, session and chapter

Subject matter

Short title (if any)

1707 (6 Ann.) c. 41

Succession to the Crown

Succession to the Crown Act 1707

1715 (1 Geo. 1) St. 2 c. 56

Crown pensioners disqualification

Crown Pensioners Disqualification Act 1715

1717 (4 Geo. 1) c. 8

Crown lands — forfeited estates

1718 (5 Geo. 1) c. 22

Crown lands — forfeited estates

1719 (6 Geo. 1) c. 24

Crown lands — forfeited estates

1720 (7 Geo. 1) St. 1 c. 3

Quarantine

1720 (7 Geo. 1) St. 1 c. 22

Crown lands — forfeited estates

1727 (1 Geo. 2) St. 1 c. 5

Demise of the Crown

1732 (6 Geo. 2) c. 13

Trade of sugar colonies

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 16

Parliamentary elections (Scotland)

Parliamentary Elections (Scotland) Act 1733

1733 (7 Geo. 2) c. 19

Adulteration of hops

Adulteration of Hops Act 1733

1739 (13 Geo. 2) c. 19

Gaming

Gaming Act 1739

1741 (15 Geo. 2) c. 13

Bank of England

Bank of England Act 1741

1741 (15 Geo. 2) c. 22

House of Commons disqualification

House of Commons Disqualification Act 1741

1743 (17 Geo. 2) c. 5

Justices commitment

Justices Commitment Act 1743

1744 (18 Geo. 2) c. 24

Linen (trade marks)

1748 (22 Geo. 2) c. 27

Frauds by workmen

Frauds by Workmen Act 1748

1751 (25 Geo. 2) c. 39

British subjects

British Subjects Act 1751

1753 (26 Geo. 2) c. 34

Cattle distempter, vagrancy, Marshalsea Prison, etc.

1757 (30 Geo. 2) c. 1

Exportation

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 22

Pension duties

Pension Duties Act 1757

1757 (31 Geo. 2) c. 36

Duties on sailcloth, gunpowder, etc.

1758 (32 Geo. 2) c. 2

Exportation, etc.

1765 (5 Geo. 3) c. 39

Smuggling

1766 (6 Geo. 3) c. 53

Treason

Treason Act 1766

1771 (11 Geo. 3) c. 56

Crown lands in Meath to vest in Gerald Fitzgerald

1772 (12 Geo. 3) c. 24

Dockyards, etc., protection

Dockyards, & c. Protection Act 1772

1772 (12 Geo. 3) c. 67

The Marine Society

1772 (13 Geo. 3) c. 17

Lord Blessington's will

1772 (13 Geo. 3) c. 43

Corn

1772 (13 Geo. 3) c. 63

East India Company

East India Company Act 1772

1774 (14 Geo. 3) c. 42

Light silver coin

1774 (14 Geo. 3) c. 71

Exportation

1776 (17 Geo. 3) c. 41

Customs

1778 (18 Geo. 3) c. 61

Crown lands, forfeited estates (Ireland)

1779 (19 Geo. 3) c. 44

Nonconformist relief

Nonconformist Relief Act 1779

1781 (21 Geo. 3) c. 37

Exportation

1782 (22 Geo. 3) c. 45

House of Commons (disqualification)

House of Commons (Disqualification) Act 1782

1782 (22 Geo. 3) c. 82

Civil list and secret service money

Civil List and Secret Service Money Act 1782

1783 (23 Geo. 3) c. 28

Irish appeals

Irish Appeals Act 1783

1788 (28 Geo. 3) c. 52

Controverted elections

1793 (33 Geo. 3) c. 46

Crown lands, forfeited estates in Ireland

1795 (36 Geo. 3) c. 7

Treason

Treason Act 1795

1796 (36 Geo. 3) c. 52

Legacy duty

Legacy Duty Act 1796

1800 (39 & 40 Geo. 3) c. 81

Hop trade

Hop Trade Act 1800

1800 (39 & 40 Geo. 3) c. 93

Treason

Treason Act 1800

1800 (39 & 40 Geo. 3) c. 97

London Flour Company

PART 4

Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 1801 to 1922

Year, session and chapter

Subject matter

Short title (if any)

1801 (41 Geo. 3) c. 23

Poor rate

Poor Rate Act 1801

1801 (41 Geo. 3) c. 32

Irish charges

Irish Charges Act 1801

1801 (41 Geo. 3) c. 40

Taxation

1801 (41 Geo. 3) c. 60

Composition for a Crown debt

1801 (41 Geo. 3) c. 75

Taxation

1802 (42 Geo. 3) c. 106

Controverted elections

1802 (42 Geo. 3) c. 116

Land tax redemption

Land Tax Redemption Act 1802

1803 (43 Geo. 3) c. 79

Wrecking (Ireland)

1803 (43 Geo. 3) c. 86

Unlawful combinations (Ireland)

Unlawful Combinations (Ireland) Act 1803

1803 (43 Geo. 3) c. 139

Forgery of foreign bills

Forgery of Foreign Bills Act 1803

1803 (43 Geo. 3) c. 153

Importation in neutral vessel, etc.

1804 (44 Geo. 3) c. 43

Ordination of clergy

Clergy Ordination Act 1804

1805 (45 Geo. 3) c. 84

Queen Anne's bounty

Queen Anne's Bounty Act 1805

1805 (45 Geo. 3) c. 111

County infirmaries (Ireland)

County Infirmaries (Ireland) Act 1805

1806 (46 Geo. 3) c. 50

Annuity to Lord St. Vincent

1806 (46 Geo. 3) c. 74

Importation

1806 (46 Geo. 3) c. 146

Annuity — Lord Nelson

1806 (46 Geo. 3) c. 157

Estates of Granada and St. Vincent traders

1807 (47 Geo. 3 sess. 1) c. 22

Bounties on sugar

1807 (47 Geo. 3 sess. 2) c. 64

Bounty on British calicoes

1807 (47 Geo. 3 sess. 2) c. 78

Lord Powerscourt's mansion

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 11

Importation

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 44

Exportation

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 104

Pilots and pilotage

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 128

Regimental accounts

Regimental Accounts Act 1808

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 141

Assessment of taxes

Assessment of Taxes Act 1808

1808 (48 Geo. 3) c. 142

Life annuities

Life Annuities Act 1808

1809 (49 Geo. 3) c. 17

Cape of Good Hope trade

1810 (50 Geo. 3) c. 8

Annuity to Duke of Wellington, etc.

1810 (50 Geo. 3) c. 61

Duty on sugar, etc.

1810 (50 Geo. 3) c. 85

Taking of securities in public offices

Government Offices Security Act 1810

1810 (50 Geo. 3) c. 87

Courts-martial on troops of East India Company

1811 (51 Geo. 3) c. 38

Embezzlement (Ireland)

1811 (51 Geo. 3) c. 58

Importation

1811 (51 Geo. 3) c. 64

East India Company bonds

1811 (51 Geo. 3) c. 102

General de Lancey (estates and Crown claims)

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 37

Annuity to Duke of Wellington, etc.

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 62

Coadjutors to bishops in Ireland

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 75

Crown debt of Abraham Goldsmid, etc.

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 104

Unlawful oaths

Unlawful Oaths Act 1812

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 130

Malicious damage

Malicious Damage Act 1812

1812 (52 Geo. 3) c. 143

Forgery of land tax certificates

Land Tax Certificates Forgery Act 1812

1812 (53 Geo. 3) c. 4

Purchase of estate for Duke of Wellington

1813 (53 Geo. 3) c. 55

Importation and exportation

1813 (53 Geo. 3) c. 66

Sites of parish churches (Ireland)

1813 (53 Geo. 3) c. 133

Purchase of estate for Duke of Wellington

1813 (53 Geo. 3) c. 134

Settlement of estate on Lord Nelson

1813 (53 Geo. 3) c. 143

Grand Canal (Ireland)

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 103

Customs

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 128

Dublin Foundling Hospital

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 161

Annuity, etc., to Duke of Wellington

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 163

Annuity to Lord Combermere, etc.

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 170

Poor relief

Poor Relief Act 1814

1814 (54 Geo. 3) c. 185

Exportation

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 24

Customs (Ireland)

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 82

Customs, etc.

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 83

Customs, etc.

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 96

Lord Nelson, purchase of estate for

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 118

Customs and excise

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 137

Poor relief

Poor Relief Act 1815

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 144

Purchase for Docks, etc., Dublin

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 152

Holyhead roads

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 186

Duke of Wellington, purchase of estate for

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 192

Disposition of copyhold estates by will

1815 (55 Geo. 3) c. 195

Government contractors

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 46

Civil List audit

Civil List Audit Act 1816

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 52

Glebe exchange

Glebe Exchange Act 1816

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 80

Naval stores

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 88

Recovery of tenements, etc. (Ireland)

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 96

Bank of England (advance)

Bank of England (Advance) Act 1816

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 129

Workhouse

Workhouse Act 1816

1816 (56 Geo. 3) c. 139

Parish apprentices

Parish Apprentices Act 1816

1817 (57 Geo. 3) c. 25

House tax

House Tax Act 1817

1818 (58 Geo. 3) c. 24

Annuities to Royal Family

1818 (58 Geo. 3) c. 34

Exportation

1818 (58 Geo. 3) c. 66

National Debt Commissioners

National Debt Commissioners Act 1818

1818 (58 Geo. 3) c. 67

Grand Jury presentments (Ireland)

1818 (58 Geo. 3) c. 70

Disorderly houses

Disorderly Houses Act 1818

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 21

Estate for the Duke of Wellington

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 60

Ordinations for colonies

Ordinations for Colonies Act 1819

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 63

Estate for the Duke of Wellington

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 74

Importation, etc.

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 76

Bank of England

Bank of England Act 1819

1819 (59 Geo. 3) c. 83

Customs

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 6

Glebe exchange

Glebe Exchange Act 1820

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 29

Dublin Foundling Hospital

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 41

Recovery of tenements (Ireland)

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 49

Dublin House of Industry

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 56

Malicious trespass

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 80

Sugar duties (Ireland)

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 101

Divorce Bills evidence

Divorce Bills Evidence Act 1820

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 108

Annuities to Royal Family

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 113

Donaghadee Harbour

1820 (1 Geo. 4) c. 117

Stealing in shops, etc.

1821 (1 & 2 Geo. 4) c. 19

Exportation of goods between Great Britain and Ireland

1821 (1 & 2 Geo. 4) c. 34

Capital punishment (Ireland)

1821 (1 & 2 Geo. 4) c. 77

Gaol fees abolition (Ireland)

Gaol Fees Abolition (Ireland) Act 1821

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 24

Receivers of stolen goods, etc.

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 35

Dublin Foundling Hospital

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 39

Warrants of attorney

Warrants of Attorney Act 1822

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 43

Navigation and commerce

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 45

Trade

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 72

Church building

Church Building Act 1822

1822 (3 Geo. 4) c. 119

British North America (trade and lands)

British North America (Trade and Lands) Act 1822

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 19

National Debt reduction

National Debt Reduction Act 1823

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 24

Warehousing of goods

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 26

Importation

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 35

Statutory commissioners

Statutory Commissioners Act 1823

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 41

Registering of vessels

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 46

Capital punishments, etc.

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 67

Marriages confirmation — St. Petersburg

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 69

Customs

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 80

East India Company (trade)

Lascars Act 1823

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 84

Passenger vessels

1823 (4 Geo. 4) c. 92

Annuity to Lord St. Vincent

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 21

Silk manufacturers

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 25

Burial (Ireland)

Burial (Ireland) Act 1824

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 30

Stealing of records, etc.

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 43

Coal duties, etc.

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 47

Wool duties, etc.

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 64

Fisheries

Fisheries Act 1824

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 74

Weights and measures

Weights and Measures Act 1824

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 80

Connor tithes

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 82

Clerk of the Parliaments

Clerk of Parliaments Act 1824

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 84

Transportation

Transportation Act 1824

1824 (5 Geo. 4) c. 91

Church of Ireland

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 16

Bankrupts (England and enforcement in Ireland)

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 66

Trial of Peers

Trial of Peers (Scotland) Act 1825

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 69

Transportation

Transportation Act 1825

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 75

Canada Company, charter and stock

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 92

Marriages confirmation

Marriages Confirmation Act 1825

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 100

Additional powers of Commissioners vested with building certain bridges, harbours (including Howth) and roads (including Dublin to Howth)

1825 (6 Geo. 4) c. 128

Dublin streets

1826 (7 Geo. 4) c. 38

Admiralty offences

Admiralty Offences Act 1826

1826 (7 Geo. 4) c. 72

Church rates (Ireland)

1826 (7 Geo. 4) c. 73

Benefices (Ireland)

1826 (7 Geo. 4) c. 76

Additional powers of Commissioners vested with building certain bridges, harbours (including Howth) and roads (including Dublin to Howth)

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 17

Distress (costs)

Distress (Costs) Act 1827

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 26

Youghal rectory

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 35

Roads (including road to Howth)

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 61

Butter trade (Ireland)

Butter Trade (Ireland) Act 1827

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 65

Admiralty

Admiralty Act 1827

1827 (7 & 8 Geo. 4) c. 72

Church building

Church Building Act 1827

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 23

Bank notes

Bank Notes Act 1828

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 33

Administration of estates in India

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 42

Church Building Society

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 49

Stamp duties

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 62

Linen and hempen manufactures

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 65

Bank notes

Bank Notes (No. 2) Act 1828

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 75

Holyhead roads

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 83

Australian courts (including repeal of provisions for transportation of offenders from Ireland)

Australian Courts Act 1828

1828 (9 Geo. 4) c. 94

Clergy resignation bonds

Clergy Resignation Bonds Act 1828

1829 (10 Geo. 4) c. 24

National Debt and life annuities

Government Annuities Act 1829

1829 (10 Geo. 4) c. 25

Greenwich Hospital

1829 (10 Geo. 4) c. 58

Parish churches in Oran and Drumtemple, Diocese of Elphin

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 18

Marriage confirmation

Marriage Confirmation Act 1830

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 19

Fever hospital (Ireland)

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 26

Exchequer Bills and national debt

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 36

Contempt of court

Contempt of Court Act 1830

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 41

Army pensions

Army Pensions Act 1830

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 54

Fisheries (Scotland)

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 57

Costs of prosecutions (Ireland)

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 66

Forgery (including correction of certain registers)

Forgery Act 1830

1830 (11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4) c. 71

Acts of Parliament (mistaken references)

Acts of Parliament (Mistaken References) Act 1830

1831 (1 & 2 Will. 4) c. 38

Church building

Church Building Act 1831

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 42

Allotments

Allotments Act 1832

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 52

Grants for roads, Limerick, Cork and Kerry

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 53

Army prize money

Army Prize Money Act 1832

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 58

Contempt of court

Contempt of Court Act 1832

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 59

National Debt and life annuities

Government Annuities Act 1832

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 61

Church building

Church Building Act 1832

1832 (2 & 3 Will. 4) c. 113

House tax

House Tax Act 1832

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 9

Seaman's Hospital Society

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 29

Army (artillery, etc.) pensions

Army (Artillery, &c.,) Pensions Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 35

Inclosure and drainage (rates)

Inclosure and Drainage (Rates) Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 45

Marriages at Hamburg

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 50

Customs (repeal)

Customs (Repeal) Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 86

Provide for certain payments formerly paid out of civil list revenue

Crown Lands Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 92

County infirmaries (Ireland)

County Infirmaries (Ireland) Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 93

China trade

China Trade Act 1833

1833 (3 & 4 Will. 4) c. 98

Bank of England

Bank of England Act 1833

1834 (4 & 5 Will. 4) c. 15

Office of receipt of exchequer

1834 (4 & 5 Will. 4) c. 70

House of Commons officers

House of Commons Officers Act 1834

1835 (5 & 6 Will. 4) c. 24

Naval enlistment

Naval Enlistment Act 1835

1835 (5 & 6 Will. 4) c. 64

Stamp duties

Stamp Duties Act 1835

1836 (6 & 7 Will. 4) c. 28

Government offices security

Government Offices Security Act 1836

1836 (6 & 7 Will. 4) c. 32

Benefit building societies

1836 (6 & 7 Will. 4) c. 35

Includes vesting of responsibility for certain roads in Commissioners for Public Works in Ireland

1836 (6 & 7 Will. 4) c. 97

Duties on offices and pensions

Duties on Offices and Pensions Act 1836

1837 (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict.) c. 31

Demise of the Crown

Demise of the Crown Act 1837

1837 (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict.) c. 82

County Fermanagh Baronies

County Fermanagh Baronies Act 1837

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 23

Parsonages

Parsonages Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 27

Criminal lunatics (Ireland)

Criminal Lunatics (Ireland) Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 29

Parsonages

Parsonages (Amendment) Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 61

Government offices security

Government Offices Security Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 95

Pensions

Pensions Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 110

Judgments

Judgments Act 1838

1838 (1 & 2 Vict.) c. 120

Tin duties

Tin duties Act 1838

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 4

Estates of Duke of Wellington

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 19

Waterford Hospital

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 29

Bankruptcy

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 30

Spiritual care of parishioners

Spiritual Duties Act 1839

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 33

Solicitors (clerks)

Solicitors (Clerks) Act 1839

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 46

Turnpike tolls

1839 (2 & 3 Vict.) c. 51

Pensions for service in army, navy, etc.

Pensions Act 1839

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 2

Naturalization of Prince Albert

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 11

Annuity to Lord Seaton

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 20

Queen Anne’s bounty

Queen Anne’s Bounty Act 1840

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 78

Clergy reserves in Canada

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 89

Poor rate exemption

Poor Rate Exemption Act 1840

1840 (3 & 4 Vict.) c. 111

Joint stock companies

Joint Stock Companies Act 1840

1841 (4 & 5 Vict.) c. 1

Annuity to Lord Keane, etc.

1841 (4 & 5 Vict.) c. 16

Dublin, purchase of land

1841 (4 & 5 Vict.) c. 40

Metropolitan improvements (including borrowing powers)

1841 (5 Vict.) c. 6

Bishops in foreign countries

Bishops in Foreign Countries Act 1841

1842 (5 & 6 Vict.) c. 14

Duties on corn

1842 (5 & 6 Vict.) c. 62

Dublin, sale of property

1842 (5 & 6 Vict.) c. 113

Marriages confirmation (Ireland)

1842 (5 & 6 Vict.) c. 116

Insolvent debtors

1843 (6 & 7 Vict.) c. 25

Annuity to Duchess of Mecklenburgh Strelitz

1843 (6 & 7 Vict.) c. 39

Marriages confirmation (Ireland)

1843 (6 & 7 Vict.) c. 62

Incapacitated bishops

1843 (6 & 7 Vict.) c. 66

Warrants of attorney

Warrants of Attorney Act 1843

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 1

Metropolitan improvements

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 19

Inferior courts

Inferior Courts Act 1844

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 32

Issue of bank notes and Bank of England

Bank Charter Act 1844

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 59

Better regulation of lecturers and parish clerks

Lecturers and Parish Clerks Act 1844

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 89

Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, Forests, Land Revenues, Works and Buildings (Audit)

Commissioners of Woods (Audit) Act 1844

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 96

Execution of court orders, etc.

Execution Act 1844

1844 (7 & 8 Vict.) c. 98

Grand Canal, branch lines

1845 (8 & 9 Vict.) c. 81

Dublin Grand Jury

Grand Jury (Dublin) Act 1845

1845 (8 & 9 Vict.) c. 86

Customs

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 24

Administration of criminal justice

Central Criminal Court Act 1846

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 29

Sugar duties

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 31

Annuity to Lord Hardinge

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 32

Annuity to Lord Gough

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 41

Sugar duties

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 77

House of Commons Offices

House of Commons Offices Act 1846

1846 (9 & 10 Vict.) c. 88

Church patronage

Church Patronage Act 1846

1846 (9 & 10 Vic.) c. 98

Pawnbrokers

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 4

Chelsea pensions (abolition of poundage)

Chelsea Pensions (Abolition of Poundage) Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 11

Public money, drainage

Public Money Drainage Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 31

Poor relief (Ireland)

Poor Relief (Ireland) Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 37

Time of service in the Army

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 42

Railway passenger duty

Railway Passenger Duty Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 63

Royal Marines

Royal Marines Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 94

Canal (carriers)

Canal (Carriers) Act 1847

1847 (10 & 11 Vict.) c. 100

Irish constabulary

Irish Constabulary Act 1847

1848 (11 & 12 Vict.) c. 21

Indian insolvency

Indian Insolvency Act 1848

1848 (11 & 12 Vict.) c. 39

Prisons

1848 (11 & 12 Vict.) c. 86

Bankrupts release

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 25

Portuguese deserters

Portuguese Deserters Act 1849

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 49

School sites

School Sites Act 1849

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 58

Inland revenue officers

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 67

Remedies of sequestrators of ecclesiastical benefices

Sequestration Act 1849

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 72

House of Commons offices

House of Commons Offices Act 1849

1849 (12 & 13 Vict.) c. 106

Bankruptcy law consolidation

Bankrupt Law Consolidation Act 1849

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 43

Court of Chancery of Lancaster

Court of Chancery of Lancaster Act 1850

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 56

Usury

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 77

Annuities to Duke and Princess Mary of Cambridge

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 78

Marlborough House settlement

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 81

Dublin Corporation

Dublin Corporation Act 1850

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 85

Assizes (Ireland)

Assizes (Ireland) Act 1850

1850 (13 & 14 Vict.) c. 98

Holding more than one benefice

Pluralities Act 1850

1851 (14 & 15 Vict.) c. 12

Income tax

Income Tax Act 1851

1851 (14 & 15 Vict.) c. 24

School sites

School Sites Act 1851

1851 (14 & 15 Vict.) c. 26

Herring fishery

Herring Fishery Act 1851

1851 (14 & 15 Vict.) c. 74

Ecclesiastical property valuation (Ireland)

1851 (14 & 15 Vict.) c. 81

Lunatics, removal from India

Lunatics Removal (India) Act 1851

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 3

Estates of intestates, etc.

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 28

Commissioners of Works

Commissioners of Works Act 1852

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 30

Belfast Custom House

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 39

Crown revenues (colonies)

Crown Revenues (Colonies) Act 1852

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 49

School sites

School Sites Act 1852

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 52

Colonial bishops

Colonial Bishops Act 1852

1852 (15 & 16 Vict.) c. 73

Common law courts

Common Law Courts Act 1852

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 48

Coinage (colonial offences)

Coinage (Colonial Offences) Act 1853

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 49

Colonial and other bishops may perform certain episcopal functions

Colonial Bishops Act 1853

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 63

Bankers’ composition (Scotland)

Bankers’ Composition (Scotland) Act 1853

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 69

Naval enlistment

Naval Enlistment Act 1853

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 73

Naval volunteers

Naval Volunteers Act 1853

1853 (16 & 17 Vict.) c. 86