Updated to 5 February 2019 (Act No. 1 of 2019 and S.I. No. 31 of 2019)

Pre-Union Irish Statutes Affected

Session and ChapterShort Title or Subject MatterHow AffectedAffecting Provision
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 1 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Liberties, customs, franchises, etc., of the Holy Church to be enjoyed without interference Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 2 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Ireland to enjoy its liberties Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 3 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Dublin, Waterford and Drogheda to have their customs and franchises Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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(38 Hen. 6) c. 4 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Confirmation of patent appointing the Duke of York lieutenant of Ireland for 10 years Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 5 [P.R.O. vol. 2] For protection, etc., of the Duke of York as lieutenant Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 6 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Ireland bound only by laws of its Parliament Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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Hen. 6) c. 7 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Subjects having £20 yearly to keep an archer mounted, with bows and arrows, ready for war Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 9 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Proclamation that Thomas Bathe appear to answer for various offences Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 11 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Regulation of the coinage, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 13 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Chief serjeants to account in Exchequer when sheriffs, etc., account there Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 14 Payment by fishermen and for boats protected at sea Repealed 8/2006, s. 4 (1) and sch. 1. See also s. 4(2)
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 15 [P.R.O. vol. 2] As to profits of lands enfeoffed to use of feoffer Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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6) c. 16 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Receivers to account for subsidy granted in liberty of Meath, in Exchequer of lordship of Trim Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 17 [P.R.O. vol. 2] William Overey attainted of treason Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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vol. 2] Archbishop of Tuam and the bishops of Limerick, Emly, Killaloe, Derry, Down and Connor, to appear in Chancery Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 21 [P.R.O. vol. 2] John Babe restored to Dromiskin, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 23 [P.R.O. vol. 2] King's hands to be amoved from manor of Rathfarnham, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 24 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Richard Byrne and others to appear in Chancery, to answer Nicholas Abbot Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 28 [P.R.O. vol. 2] As to deed of annuity to Patrick Ronan, clerk Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 31 [P.R.O. vol. 2] As to acquittances in the hands of Robert Young, London Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 32 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Margaret Nugent, late wife of William Botiller, to have her dower Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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) Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 34 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Certiorari to issue as to seizure of Mallahow Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 36 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Proclamation that Esmond Botiller and others appear to answer for their treasons, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 37 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Proclamation that Edmund Richardson and others appear to answer for their conduct Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 38 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Regulations as to cutting turf in Balrothery bog Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 39 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Licence for Edmund, Earl of Rutland, Chancellor of Ireland, to appoint a deputy Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 40 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Fixing the value of coins to be received in Ireland Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 42 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Approval of a lease made to the Duke of York Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 46 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Esmond Botiller to have pardon of felonies, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 48 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Henry Walshe to appear and answer for his conduct Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 52 [P.R.O. vol. 2] King's hands to be amoved from premises, etc., in Kilcullen Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 54 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Merchants may sell in Ireland cloths called dozens sealed with King's seal Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 55 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Indictments of treason, etc., against Piers Neele to be void Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 57 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Patrick and Geffyn White to be pardoned of treasons, etc Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 58 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Lord of Gormanston and others to have leave to go to England Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 59 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Thomas St. Just, parson of Trim, to have leave to go to England Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
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 Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 62 [P.R.O. vol. 2] John Wall, parson of Galtrim, to have leave to go to England Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1
1460 (38 Hen. 6) c. 63 [P.R.O. vol. 2] Mayor, etc., of Limerick, to pay their fee farm, unpaid Repealed 28/2007, ss. 2, 3 and Schedule 2, Part 1