1 edition of case of the petitioning aldermen and others, the Protestant inhabitants of the town of Gallway. found in the catalog.
case of the petitioning aldermen and others, the Protestant inhabitants of the town of Gallway.
Written in English
Concerning allegations that John Staunton had formed a Catholic confederacy to control and manipulate the municipal affairs of Galway.
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The Case of the petitioning aldermen and others, the Protestant inhabitants of the town of Gallway. 8 James Hardiman, A history of the town and county of the town of Galway,appendix VIII, XLV. 6 In this year 'the English and Protestant inhabitants by their petition had Colonel Stubbers, the Military Governor elected Mayor the English soldiery made free and the old members dis franchised', James Hardiman, op.
cit., p. " At a common Council held in Galway, the Chamberlain was ordered to advance money to the Mayor for prosecuting Simon Lynch and others as Popish inhabitants of the Town of Galway, not being registered, and that Alderman Simcocks, Alderman George Gerry, and Alderman Charles Gerry do inspect the laying out of the money." The treatment which the old natives and Catholic inhabitants of Galway experienced after the surrender, caused so many families to depart the town, that a general assembly of the corporation was convened on the third of April,for the purpose of devising means to prevent an evil of so serious a tendency and particularly one which, if.
Religion By Samuel J. Maguire. The eighteenth century and the period ending with the death of George IV, in Galway, was an age of lawlessness and religious y was channelled and congealed into fixed, durable forms in which the Protestant gentry put themselves above the law and placed the Catholic labouring class below it.
"Forasmuch as the ancient inhabitants, freemen and natives of our towne of Galway, in our kingdome of Ireland, have held that town for us against a siege of nine months, being encouraged and commanded thereunto by our several letters, and was the last towne of consequence, in that our kingdome, that held out for us against the usurped power.
Galway Elective Franchise, Petitions for Extension of: (Grand Jury of Galway:) Freeholders of Galway: Rahoon. Slavery, Petition from Dublin for Provision in case of Abolition of. The King v. Winstanley, Plaintiff's Petition for an early Day, referred to Appeal Com ee.
Sir C. Cockerell et al. Cholmeley, Petition to revive, referred to Appeal. The names of all people married have been transcribed.
All spellings remain as on original document, question marks show where I was unsure of a name. I have not in this case made an index to the shortened versions of first names but there is an index on this website. was read up to the end of November where the pages became almost illegible.
An Account of the Population, under the Census ofof each County in England and Wales, exclusive of and distinguishing the Population of each City, Town or District which is to send a Member or Members to Parliament under the Provisions of the Reform Bill, enumerating each County in the Order of the Amount of such Population; and stating.
Dublin Under the Georges Constantina Maxwell. CHAPTER IV Life of the Poor. The city of Quang-tcheu [Dublin] is much celebrated amongst the Quang-tongese for its size and magnificence, and is supposed to containsouls, but this cannot be; for, in that case,of them must, of necessity, be hurdled [sic] together in extreme filth and misery, which, in such a polished.
The Protestant Dissenters petitioned the Commons for repeal of the Test Acts, 14 Feb. Petitions for and against Catholic emancipation were sent up by the aldermen and inhabitants and by the clergy, gentry and inhabitants respectively, 2, 9 Mar.when some desultory discussion took place regarding the state of opinion in the borough.
(14b) Galway continued to suffer under the Cromwellians, despite an attempt to replant the town with a Protestant English population from Walter Blake the Merchant (c) The property at Menlo was in some trouble at this point.
Fortunately, Sir Valentine's brother, Walter Blake (c) came to the rescue. Ivanov petition to raise an issue similar to that which was presented in No.O.T. Following the first argument in Alderman (sub nom. Kolod v. United States), the petitions for certiorari of both Ivanov and Butenko were granted, limited to questions nearly identical to those involved in the reargument of the Alderman case.
Interestingly, this petition was endorsed by the (Protestant) Vicar of St Nicholas Parish in Galway City, who considered it “a case which requires some investigation” adding that the Kennys had themselves been investigated for houghing sheep.
This 2nd petition was also rejected. Arredondo and others, 6 Peters, In this case, Arredondo and son present a petition to the Intendant, Don Alexander Ramirez, offering to form an establishment of two hundred families at a place called Alachua, which they undertook to bring in at their own cost, provided they should obtain, in absolute property, a grant of four leagues of land.
30 June -- Petition of John Lake and others. Having suffered imprisonment and extortion at the hands of various persons, petitioners brought actions against them, but these suits were stayed as detrimental to the Prince His Highness.
This is not the case. 30 June -- Petition of the mayor and aldermen of the town of Colchester. Full text of "Blake family records, to ; a chronological catalogue with notes, appendices, and the genealogies of many branches, of the Blake family, together with a brief account of the fourteen ancient families of tribes of the town of Galway, and a description of the corporate arms used by that town at different periods; with an index to the records in the first part.
The correct identification is Ballinlass in Ballinakill parish. The population of the townland was decimated by the eviction, falling from in to just four in For a recent review of the Gerrard case see Tom Crehan, Marcella Gerrard’s Galway Estate,(Maynooth Studies in Local History, Four Courts Press, ).
At Scullabogue Protestant hostages, including 20 women and children were burnt to death in a barn on the 15th June The shrieks of pain and fear as the flames arose were drowned out by the cries of excitement and joy of the rebels outside. In the town of Wexford local Protestants had been put in jail by the United Irishmen.
Built along a narrow peninsula at the centre of Galway Bay, the overwhelmingly Catholic borough of Galway was described in by John Christian Curwen* as being ‘of great length and crowded with low, mean cabins, which shelter a numerous population, living apparently in great poverty’, and in by Maria Edgeworth as ‘the dirtiest town I ever saw, and the most desolate and idle.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society" See other .Usage by country Australia.
Many local government bodies used the term "alderman" in Australia. As in the way local councils have been modernised in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the term alderman has been discontinued in a number of example, in the state of Queensland beforerural "shires" elected "councillors" and a "chairman", while "cities" elected a "mayor" and "aldermen".The town council of each municipal borough consisted of a mayor, aldermen and councillors.
The councillors were directly elected by the burgesses for a three-year term, with one third of their membership retiring each year. Boroughs with a population of more than 6, were divided into wards with separate elections held in each ward annually.