The Skinners' company versus The honourable the Irish society and others, Proceedings upon the motion for a receiver, at the suit of the Skinners' company, commencing November 23, 1835, in his majesty's High court of chancery, copied from the transcr. of the short-hand writer's notes
Richard Clay, Bread-Street-Hill, 1836 - 608 pages
according accounts admit aforesaid answer appears apply appointed Assistants attention believe benefit bill body building called carry cause charge Charles charter City of London claim Coleraine Commissioner Common Council considered continued Corporation course Court Crown defendants Derry directed divided documents effect election entitled estates evidence exercise exist expenses fact filed formed funds further give given Governor granted ground hands heard hold interest Ireland Irish Society James King lands learned friend letters Londonderry look Lords lordships manner matter means mentioned motion necessary object observation opinion original paid particular parties persons plaintiffs plantation present proceedings profits question raised reason Receiver records referred rents respect retained Skinners statement suppose surplus taken thing timber tion town trustees twelve Companies undertakers whole
Page 42 - A concise view of the origin, constitution, and proceedings of the honourable society of the governor and assistants of London of the new plantation in Ulster within the realm of Ireland; commonly called The Irish Society.
Page 557 - May, in the sixteenth year of our Reign, of England, France and Ireland; and of Scotland the one and fiftieth.
Page 142 - ... was in the words and figures or to the purport and effect following (that is to say...
Page 332 - Provided always, and be it further declared and enacted, that nothing in this act contained shall extend or be deemed or construed to extend to prejudice, diminish, alter, or take away any of the rights, powers, or authorities vested in the...
Page 218 - Privy Council on the King's Majesty's behalf, of the one part, and the Committees appointed by Act of Common Council on the behalf of the Mayor and Commonalty of the city of London, of the other part ; concerning a plantation in part of the province of Ulster.
Page 340 - Ireland, by letters or otherwise, for the ordering, directing, and disposing of all and all manner of matters and things whatsoever of or concerning the same Plantation or the disposition or government thereof; and also for the receipt, ordering, disposing, and laying out of all sums of money now collected and received, or hereafter to be collected and received, and generally any other cause, matter, or thing whatsoever concerning the direction or ordering of the...
Page 340 - ... ordering, disposing, and laying out of all sums of money now collected and received, or hereafter to be collected and received, and generally any other cause, matter, or thing whatsoever concerning the direction or ordering of the said Plantation, or concerning any other things whatsoever which by the true intent of these our letters patent can or ought to be done by them for the better government and rule of the said city of Londonderry aforesaid, and the said county of Londonderry aforesaid.
Page 548 - ... acres to be taken on the abbey side, next adjacent to the town : and that, if it should please the King's Majesty, at his charges, after some good proceeding in the Plantation, to erect and maintain a bridge in perpetuity for a common passage over the river, between the town and county of Coleraine.
Page 20 - Also, that, at the Derry, two hundred houses should be built, and room to be left for three hundred more ; and that four thousand acres, lying on the Derry side, next adjacent to the Derry, should be laid thereunto, bog and barren mountain to be no part thereof, but to go as waste for the City : the same to be done by indifferent commissioners. "Third. Also, that the Bishop and Dean of the Derry should have convenient plots of ground for the scite of their houses at the Derry.