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Petition of John O'Donnell of Limerick and John Bouchier of the County of Clare 1761

12/07/1820

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20 ( Ireland.) REPORT FROM COMMITTEE ON PETITIONS, & c. Resolved, 30. That from the said several particulars, and from divers others in this Report mentioned, it appears to this Committee, That tjhe conduct of the said Arthur Iloche has been highly detrimental to the interest of the s^ id City, < jgad contrary to his duty as a freeman, a common council man, and a magistrate, and therefore that the said Arthur Roche is a person not fit to be intrusted with the government of the said City, or with any office therein. Resolved, 31. That it is the opinion of this Conrfipittee, That the interposition of Parliament is absolutely necessary for redressing the said several grievances and abuses, and for preventing the like for the future. And then the Chairman having been first directed to report the proceedings specially to the House, did by order of the Committee leave the chair. 23 December i 761,
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