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

14/05/1805

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C O R N E L I U S G R O G AN, ESQ. 7 Ordered, That Geqrgc Stewart, Alexander Lindsay, Charles Croker, Mary Molloy. Ann Fitzgerald, and Henry Witherington, do attend the Committee of the whole i\ ndieAuSuft Houfe, to whom it is referred to take into confederation a Bill for the Attainder ox Edward Fitzgerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, deceafed, of High Treason. A Pet uion of the Right Honourable Charles Lord Baron Monck was prefented to the Houfe and read ; letting forth, that hir. late Majesty King Charles the SecQnd, by his Letters Patent, dated 8th February 16.67, grant to George then Duke of Albemarle, and his heirs, as a reward for his eminent fervices, the Manor or Lord- ihip of Baliytrammon, and other Lands in the county cf Wexford, with their rights and privileges thereunto belonging. That in courfe of time one undivided fourth part of the laid Manor and Lands became vefted in the late Cornelius Grogan, Efq. one of the perfons named in the Bill of Attainder now depending before " the Houfe, and was in his pofleffion or feifm at the time of his death. That the re- maining three undivided fourth parts of the faid Manor and Lands became and are legally vefted in the Petitioner, who is now and was at the time of the execution of the faid Cornelius Grcgan, feifed in fee fimple of the faid three undivided fourth parts. That the faid Cornelius Grogan and the Petitioner held the faid Lands and Manor according to their aforefaid refpedive- undivided proportions as tenants in common, and that no divifion or partition of the faid Manor and Lands ever took place by deed or other wife; and that in letting of the faid Manor and Lands to the tenants thereof, the faid Cornelius and the Petitioner d) id each demife their refpedive portions as undivided and not as feparated by meers and bounds. That by the Bill of Attainder now depending it is provided, that all the Lands, Tene- ments, and Hereditaments, whereof the faid Cornelius Grogan was feifed or pof- feffed at the time of his death fhall be vefted in the Crown without office found, on the paffing of which Bill into a Law, the Petitioner will, as he is advifed, become tenant in common with the Crown of the faid Manor and Lands ( in cafe the faid Cornelius had a forfeitable intereft therein) though not of the manorial Rights. That in cafe it fhall not be provided by the faid Bill, that a partition fhall be made of the faid Manor and Lands before the faid Cornelius's undivided fhare thereof { hall be vefted in the Crown, the Petitioner apprehends he will be put to great trouble, inconvenience, ar. d expence, before he can have his faid proportion fepa- rated from that formerly in polfeffion of faid Cornelius Grogan, and that in particular great injury may arife to the Petitioner's manqrial Rights, unlels fpecially laved; and that until fuch partition fhall have taken place the Petitioner cannot demife his faid undivided ftiare without the Crown joining in fuch demife, although by a dif- ferent inftrument; and therefore praying juftice, and that the rights of the Petitioner, who is well known to be a truly loyal fubjed of his Majefty, may be protected by the faid Bill, and that, if necefiary, the Petitioner may be heard by Counfel and Evidence to fubftantiate the truth of the . matters afprefaid. Ordered, That the faid Petition be referred to the confideration of the Committee of the whole Houfe, to whom it is referred to take into confideration a Bill for the Attainder of Edward Fitzgerald commonly callcd Lord Edward Fitzgerald\ Cor- nelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, deceafed, of High Treafon. The Huufe, according to order, refolved 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 Bage- nal Harvey, deceafed, of High Treafon ; and, after fome time fpent therein, Mr. Speaker refumed the chair; and the Right Honourable Mr. Ccrry reported from the Committee that they had made fome progress in the matter to them referred, and that he was dii eded by the Committee to defire leave to fit again. Refolved, That this Houfe will, in half an hour, refolve itfclf into a Committee of the whole Houle, to take the faid Bill into further confideration. The Houfe, according to order, refolved itfelf into a Committee of the whole Houfe, to take into further confideration a Bill for the Attainder of Edward Fitz- gerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp 12 5. * B Bagenal
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