The Peerage of Ireland; With Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms

The Peerage of Ireland; With Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms : Collected from Public Records, Authentic Manuscripts, Approved Historians, Well-Attested Pedigrees and Personal Information Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1789 edition. Excerpt: ...Que Pense. Seat. Howth, in the county of Dublin, Miles from the Metropolis. 1 N our account of the Earl of Mountrath, we ob-Aj served that Sir Charles Coote, Bart, had several sons, the eldest of whom Charles, was advanced to that dignity; and Richard the third son, who was born in 1620, for his Richardj hearty concurrence with his brother, Sir Charles, in pro-1 moting the restoration of the King, was rewarded with Lord the dignity of a peer of this realm, being the fame day Colooney. his brother was made an Earl, created Baron Coote of Coloony, by patent, dated by the King at Westminster 6 September 1660. On 6 December 1653 he was appointed one of the commissioners in the precinct of Athlone, for examining the delinquency of the Irish and other proprietors of lands, in order The preamble. Cum honorum titulos in eos qui de rege et republica sunt benemeriti et sanguine clari rite semper conferri existimavimus; cumque Richardus Coote, filius Caroli Coote, Equitia Aurati, et Baronetti, a secretioribus consiliis, sereniffimo nuper regi Carolo patri nostro in regno Hiberniae, et ibidem adversus rebelles fortissime dimicantis occisi, ab antiquS ejusdem nominis familiS tin comitatu Norfblcienfi, in regno nostro Angliae, olim florente ortus oft; neenon in praegrandi illo negotio rescituendo in regnum nostrum, memorabilem admodum nobisque pergratam operam posuerit, adea ut (per inestimabile Dei optimi maximi beneficium) jam tandem felicibus auspieiis exercendas potestatis regiae habenas adepti jure nostro fruamur. Sciatis igitur quod nos tanti fidelitatis et obsequii ejus merita compensationae digna remunerare cupientes, de gratia, &. (Rot. pat. de Anno ai Car, II. 1. p. D.) order to the distinguishing of theshow more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 331g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236961951
  • 9781236961952