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+ Castlemaine, Decies. Garragh. *Howden. +Downes. Bloomfield. Fitz-Gerald and Vesey. *Talbot de Malahide. *Carew. Oranmore and Browne. +Dunsandle. Bellew. Clermont. Fermoy.
By the Act for the Union of Ireland, 39 and 40 George III. chap. 67, it is enacted, “The Lords of Parliament, on the part of Ireland, shall have the same privileges as the Lords on the part of Great Britain; and all the Lords Spiritual of Ireland shall have rank next after the Lords Spiritual of the same rank in Great Britain, and shall enjoy the same privileges,(except those depending upon sitting in the House of Lords,) and the Temporal Peers of Ireland shall have rank next after the Peers of the like rank in Great Britain at the time of the Union ; and all Peerages of Ireland and of the United Kingdom, created after the Union, shall have rank according to creation, and all Peerages of Great Britain and Ireland shall in all other respects be considered as Peerages of the United Kingdom, and the Peers of Ireland shall enjoy the same privileges, except those depending upon sitting in the House of Lords."
On the extinction of three Irish Peerages, the Sovereign has the power to create oue new Irish Peerage, which is to rank among the English Peers, according to their dates.
- ALPHABETICAL LIST
PEERS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED KINGDOM, Holding superior rank in the Scotch or Irish Peerages. They sit and vote in the
House of Lords by the British Title given in this List, but are known, and also described in this work by the Superior Title which is here annexeil to it in the second column.
Ardrossan, Baron .
. Earl of Eglinton. S
Earl of Shannon. I
Duke of Buccleuch. S
Elgin, Baron .
. Earl of Elgin and Kincardine. S
Marquis of Downshire. I • Earl of Hopetoun. S . Baron Howden. I • Viscount Falkland. S . Earl of Donoughmore. I . Duke of Roxburghe. S . Baroness Nairne, s. and Keith. I . Marquis of Headfort. I . Earl of Kenmare. I • Marquis of Lothian. S . Earl of Erroll. S . Earl of Kingston. I . Earl of Kintore. S . Earl of Lauderdale. S . Duke of Leinster. I · Viscount Lismore. I . Marquis of Ely. I . Earl of Egmont. I . Earl of Mornington. I . Marquis of Huntly. S . Earl of Haddington. S · Viscount Clifden. I . Marquis of Conyngham. I . Marquis of Sligo. I . Marquis of Drogheda. I · Viscount Massereene. I • Marquis of Ormonde. I · Earl of Stair. S . Viscount Strangford. I . Earl of Bessborough. I . Earl of Ranfurly. I . Earl of Rosebery. S . Earl of Glasgow. s . Baron Kinnaird. S . Baron Rossmore. I . Earl of Courtown. I . Earl of Sefton. I . Earl of Sheffield. I . Earl of Longford. I . Earl of Fife. I . Marquis of Clanricarde. I . Earl of Galloway, S . Marquis of Londonderry. I . Duke of Atholl. S . Earl of Moray. S . Duke of Argyll. S . Baron Talbot de Malahide. I . Marquis of Waterford. I . Earl of Wemyss. S . Earl of Crawford and Balcarres. S . Earl of Gosford. I
Holding superior Titles in the Peerage of Great Britain and the United Kingdom,
which are here annexed in the second column. They will be found in this work under the Superior Title.
SCOTCH OR IRISH TITLES.
Auckland, Baron. I i
. Marquis of Abercorn. (His Lordship
is also Viscount Strabane in the
Peerage of Ireland.) . Baron Auckland. . Marquis of Breadalbanë. . Marquis of Ailsa. . Earl Cathcart. . Marquis Cholmondeley. . Earl of Powis. · Marquis of Hertford. . Marquis of Dalhousie. · Earl of Denbigh. · Baron Digby. . Duke of Leeds. . Marquis of Bute. . Earl of Verulam. . Earl of Jersey. • Viscount Hood. . Marquis of Lansdowne. . Duke of Richmond. . Earl of Scarborongli. . Marquis of Hastings. . Marquis of Normanby. . Duke of Buckingham. . Earl of Harborough. . Earl of Mansfield. . Marquis of Abercorn. (His Lordship
is also Earl of Abercorn in the
Peerage of Scotland.) . Duke of Sutherland. . Earl of Shrewsbury. . Baron Lyttelton.
LIST OF THE PEERS COLLECTIVELY,
IN THEIR ORDER OF PRECEDENCE.
E signifies English, 8 Scotch, I Irish ; all that follow are of the same Peerage till differently marked. AN Peers bearing two titles of equal grade are damed by both, but placed in the precedence of the first, and classed in the Peerage to which the superior title belongs.
DUKES. Norfolk. ..ó i E | Rutland. . iiE | Newcastle. . . ii E Somerset.
Hamilton and Brandon. s Northumberland. Richmond and Lennox. I Buccleuch and Queens Leinster. . iii1 Grafton.
Wellington. • • i • E Beaufort. Argyll.
Buckingham and ChanSt.-Albans. Athole.
Portland. ... E Inverness (Duchess). Marlborough.
Exeter. . . . . . E
Londonderry. ...I Waterford. . ;..al
EARLS. Shrewsbury and Water-, Essex. . . E , Buchan. ... . $ ford. . . . . . E Cardigan.
Perth and Melfort.
Strathmore & Kinghorn. Suffolk and Berkshire. Albemarle.
Wemyss and March.
Carnwath. . . . . s
Darnley. .....I Rosse. . . .. . I
Bantry. . . .. !
De Grey. ... • E
Kilmorey. .. :
Dunraven & Mount-Eari.
Vane. . . . . . E
Norbury. · · · ·
Cawdor. . . . . E
Ranfurly, .... I
Lichfield. . . . . E