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Evidence and Proceedings on the Bill of Attainder for Cornelius Grogan Esq

14/05/1805

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•* 4 ( Ireland.)— EVIDENCE AND PROCEEDINGS RESPECTING feated, or made void or fruftrated hereby, or by any of the convi& ions and at- tainders aforefaid ; but that the fame { hall be held and enjoyed by the purchafers, grantees, leffees, affigns, ceftuique truft, and every of them, their heirs, executors, adminiftrators, and affigns refpe& ively, as if this A61 had not been made; fo as each and every fuch conveyance, afiurance, grant, bargain, fale, leafe and affignment of a leafe, which by virtue of this Ad is and ought to be held and enjoyed as afore- faid, has been duly registered in the Register Office in the city of Dublin, on or before the faid firft day of November 1797, and ftiall before the firft day of January which { hall be in the year 1799, be entered and enrolled of Record in His Majefty's High Court of Chancery and not otherwife, any thing in this Aft herein before con- tained to the contrary in any wile notwithftanding; and provided that all conveyances, grants, leafes and affurances, ftatutes, judgments and recognizances, had, made, done, executed, acknowledged, committed, or fuffered by the faid offenders or any of them prior to faid firft day of November 1797, unlefs for valuable confideration of money really and bond fide paid, or in confideration of marriage duly had and folemnized fubfequent to the time of the aftual executing, making, acknowledg- ing, committing, or fuffering each and every fuch conveyance, grant, leafe, aflur- ance, ftatute, judgment, and recognizance, { hall be and are hereby declared and adjudged to be null and void againft His Majefty, His Heirs and Succeffors : Saving to all and every perfon and perfons, bodies politic and corporate, and to their heirs and fuccefibrs, and to the heirs, fuccefibrs, and affigns of every of them, ( other than the faid Edward Fitzgerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grcgan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, and other the faid offenders and perfons attainted, and their heirs and the heirs of every of tht- m,) all fuch right, title, and intereft in law and equity, which they or any of them have or ought to have, of, into, or out of the premifes not being in truft for any of the faid offenders, nor derived by, from, or under the faid offenders, or any of them, fince the faid firft day of . November 1797. Ordered, That the order for the day, that a Bill for the Attainder of Edward Fitzgerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, deceafed, of High Treafon, be read a fecond time, be now read. And the faid order was read accordingly. Then the Bill according fo order was read the fecond time, and committed. Refolved, That this Houfe will on Monday next refolve itfelf into aCim nittee of the whole Houfe, to take the faid Bill into confideration. Ordered, That John Grogan Knox and Overstreet Grogan Knox, have leave to be heard by Counsel before the faid Committee, if they ffiall think fir, in fupport of the a'legations of their Petition againft the faid Bill. Ordered, That Mr. Perceval, High Sheriff" of the county of Wexford, do attend the faid Committee. Ordered, That Lieutenant Colonel Maxwell, of the county of Donegal Militia, do attend rhe faid Committee. Ordered, That Captain Joseph Nicholson, of the city of Cork Militia, do attend the faid Committee. The Houfe was moved that the order for the day, that the Houie do refolve itfelf into a Committee of the whole Houfe, to take into confideration a Bill for the Attainder of Edward Fitzgerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, deceafed, of High Treafon, might be read. And the faid order being read accordingly; Refolved, That this Houfe wiil to- morrow refolve itfelf into the faid Committee. A Motion was made, and the Queftion being put, that the faid Committee be empowered to receive a Claufe to lave the corruption of blood to the heirs of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey j It pafi'ed in the negative. Ordered, yovis, O* die Augujli 1798.
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