The House of Lords in the Age of Reform, 1784-1837: With an Epilogue on Aristocracy and the Advent of Democracy, 1837-1867

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APPENDIX V
The Irish Representative Peers

(I) THE ORIGINAL TWENTY-EIGHT
22 January, 1801. L.J., Vol. XLIII, p. 4.

John Thomas, 13th Earl of Clanricarde; George Frederick, 7th Earl of Westmeath; Thomas, 2nd Earl of Bective;1 Robert, 2nd Earl of Roden; John Denis, 3rd Earl of Altamont;2 John, 2nd Earl of Glendore; Thomas, 2nd Earl of Longford;3 John, 1st Earl of Erne; Otway, 1st Earl Desart; Robert, 1st Earl of Leitrim; Richard, 2nd Earl of Lucan; Robert, 1st Earl of Londonderry;4 Henry, 1st Earl Conyngham;5 Francis, 2nd Earl of Llandaff; Robert, 2nd Viscount Wicklow; Thomas, 1st Viscount Northland; Laurence, Viscount Oxmantown;6 Charles Henry, 2nd Viscount O'Neill (now Earl O'Neill); Francis, 1st Viscount Bandon;7 Richard Hely, 1st Viscount Donoughmore;8 Hugh, 1st Viscount Carleton; Richard, 11th Baron Calier;9 Edmund Henry, 2nd Baron Glentworth;10 George, 1st Baron Callen; Charles, Lord Somerton11 [ Archbishop of Cashel]; Richard, 1st Viscount Longueville;12 Robert, 1st Baron Rossmore; James, Baron Tyrawly.


(2) ELECTIONS ON VACANCY
15 Jan., 1805. L.J., Vol. XLV, p. 5.

John, 2nd Earl of Enniskillen,13 and Dupré, 2nd Earl of Caleden in place of the Earls of Desart and Leitrim.

17 Dec., 1806. L.J., Vol. XLVI, p. 6.

Francis William, 2nd Earl of Charlemont14 for the Earl of Landaff.

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1
Created Marquis of Headfort on 29 Dec., 1800.
10
Created Earl of Limerick on 11 Feb., 1803, and Baron Foxford of Stackpole Court in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 11 Aug., 1815.
11
Became a Viscount on 12 Dec., 1800, and Earl of Normanton on 7 Feb., 1806. Became Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland in Dec., 1801.
Became a Viscount.
13
Created Baron Grinsted ( U.K. peerage) on 11 Aug., 1815.
14
Created Baron Charlemont ( U.K. peerage), 13 Feb,. 1837.
2
Created Marquis of Sligo on 29 Dec., 1800.
3
Created Baron Silchester in the United Kingdom peerage, 17 July, 1821.
4
Created a Marquis on 22 Jan., 1816.
5
Became Marquis Conyngham on 22 Jan., 1816, and Baron Munster in the peerage of the United Kingdom on 17 July, 1821.
6
Became Earl of Rosse in Feb., 1806.
7
Received an earldom on 8th August, 1800.
8
Promoted to an earldom on 29 Dec., 1800, and given a British peerage with the title of Viscount Hutchinson on 14 July, 1821.
9
Created Earl of Glengall on 22 Jan., 1816.

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