Roger Bernard Esquire, son and heir of Arthur Bernard Esquire, deceased, the purchaser of the estate in question, from the trustees of the forfeited estates in Ireland, ------- appellant. Francis Woodley Gentleman, son and heir, and also devisee, of Francis Woodley Gentleman, deceased, the lessee of the estate in question, under the said Arthur Bernard; John Dixon, a Protestant discoverer, in trust for the said Francis Woodley, deceased; ---- respondents. The appellant's case
|Main Creator:||Bernard, Roger, of Palace-Ann, Co. Cork|
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Docket title: 'Bernard Esquire, .. apellant. Woodley Gentleman, and another, .. respondants. The appellant's case. To be heard at the bar of the House of Lords on Wednesday, 21st November, 1753.' - Signed: D. Ryder. W. Murray.
In this edition the last line of the docket title begins: Wednesday.
Physical description: 3,p. ; 2⁰.
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