In the House of Lords. Constantine Phipps, Esq; claiming as heir at law of the Right Honourable James Earl of Anglesey, deceased, - - appellant. The Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, one of the devisees in the wills and codicils of the said James Earl of Anglesey, deceased, who died about 50 years since; Dame Mary Levynge, otherwise Annesley, the widow, executrix, and devisee, of Charles Annesley, Esq; who was the only son and heir of Charles Annesley, Esq; deceased, another devisee in the said wills and codicils; Mark Whyte, gentleman, an incumbrancer on the estates of the said Charles Annesley the son; and Charles Coote, ... respondents. Upon an appeal from an order of dismission, of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made 20th June 1749. The case of the respondent, Richard Earl of Anglesey.
|Main Creator:||Anglesey, Richard Annesley, Earl of, 1694-1761.|
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Docket title: 'Constantine Phipps, Esq; -- appellant respondents. The case of the respondent, Richard Earl of Anglesey. To be heard at the bar of the House of Lords, .. March 1750'.
Signed: D. Ryder. C. Yorke.
Physical description: 7,p. ; 2⁰.
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