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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 F0.3. line 18.— After the word made to the wordJaving, in the 14th line of folio 4, was expunged. Line laft.— After the word fince the following words were inferred, " the re- " fpeftive days on which they fhall refpeftively ( land attainted as " aforefaid and the following words were expunged, " the " faid firft day of November 1797." At the end of the Bill the following Claufe was inferted by leave of the Houfe. " Provided always, and be it Enafted, Thai nothing in this Aft contained fhall " affeft the right or tide of Robert Fitzgerald, Efquire, commonly called Lordi?| § <^ " Fitzgerald, to the dignities and hounors which can or might defcend to him from " the moft noble James, late Duke of Leinster, his father, but that he the faid " Robert Fitzgerald, and his heirs, ihall and may make title to fuch honors and dig- ' c nities as if this Aft had never paired." The Preamble of the Bill was amended, by inferring in fo. t. line 1. after the word Whereas, the following words, " Edward Fitzgerald, Efquire, commonly called " Lord Edward Fitzgerald, deceafed, on the fir ft day of December 1797, Cornelius " Grogan, of Johnstown in the county of Wexford, dereased, on the firft day of " June 1798, and Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey of Bargey Castle in the faid county of < f Wexford, deceafed, on the fifth day of June 179S, and at various other times " during the period of their natural lives, fince the days aforefaid, did falfely and " traitoroufly imagine and compass the death of our Sovereign Lord the King, and " did in like manner levy war against our Lord the King, and did in like manner " adhere to the enemies of our Lord the King. And whereas in order to carry their " faid treafons into effect, the faid Lord Edward Fitzgerald on the faid fiift day of " December 1797, at the city of Dublin, and various other places within the king- <: dom of Ireland, and the faid Cornelius Grogan on the firft day of June as aforefaid, " and the faid Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey on the fifth day of June as aforefaid, and < c atfeveral times fince at Wexford, in the kingdom of Ireland, and at fevcral other < c places, in order to carry their faid treafons into effeft, confpire with fcveral other < c falfe traitors to raife and ftir up infurreftion and rebellion within this kingdom, and " did for the purpofes aforefaid raife and levy large bodies of armed men, and for " the purpofes aforefaid the faid Lord Edward Fitzgerald, with several false traitors, " did endeavour to perfuade the enemies of our Sovereign Lord the King to invade < c this his kingdom of Ireland, and with intent to depofe and dethrone our Lord the " King, and to fubvtrt and overturn this his kingdom of Ireland. And whereas fe- < c verai other falfe traitors who were concerned in the faid trcafons and rebellion " have already received their Trials at Law for the fame, and have been convifted < c thereof, and by Judgment of Law thereupon had do now ftand legally attainted. " And whereas the laid Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp " Bagenal Harvey, died before they were attainted." And the remainder of the Preamble was expunged. And the Amendments being read throughout a fecond time, were, upon the Queftion being thereupon feverallv put, agreed to by the Houfe. The following Amendment was made in the faid Bill by the Houfe. In fo. 2. line 10.— Tne words " on firft day ofMarch one tnouland feven hundred " and ninety eight" were expunged; and the words " upon the days of the refpeftive " deaths of them the laid Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Gregan, and Beauchamp " Bagenal Harvey" w: ere inferted. Ordered, That the faid Bill, with the Amendments, be engroHTcd. Ordered, That the faid Bill be read a third time on Monday nex', if the fame fhall be then engrollcd. The Houfe was moved, that the order for the Day, that an engrofied Bill for the Lw*, Attainder of Edward Fitzgerald commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius <( ie 12 5. C Grogan,
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