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4th Earl's papers at Trinity College Dublin

T.C.D. exercise book [of the 4th Earl?] on ancient and British history, with related printed papers, and the 4th Earl’s degree in Physics.

Parsons, Laurence, 4th Earl of Rosse

Tradesmen’s accounts to the 5th Earl and Lady Rosse

Four envelopes of tradesmen’s accounts to the 5th Earl, including a few to Lady Rosse, from London, Dublin and Birr tradesmen (primarily the first) for all manner of goods (among them a pendant brooch supplied by C. Faberge,
1910), but excluding accounts for major items connected with Birr Castle and gardens [for which see M/25 and 33 respectively], 1910-18; together with 7 volumes of Birr Castle house-keeping books kept by Lady Rosse/de Vesci and (in one case) her sister, Countess de la Feld, 1910-30. [See also T/30. Not in chronological order.]

Parsons, William, 5th Earl of Rosse

Leases of premises in Dublin City and County

Envelope of leases of premises in Dublin City and County, principally the Stephen’s Green house of the 1st Earl of Rosse (1736 and 1760), the lease of which was assigned by his widow to the 2nd Earl in 1809; and the 2nd Earl’s own house
(when Sir Laurence Parsons, 5th Bt) in Rathmines Road (1790-91). [See also E/5.]

Parsons, Lord, Richard, 1st Earl of Rosse

In-letters from correspondents whose names begin with ‘E’, ‘F’ and ‘G’

‘E’, ‘F’ and ‘G’ - principally Evans, Barraclough & Co., Bayswater, London (solicitors to the Hon. Richard Clere Parsons), French & French, solicitors, Dublin (who acted for Mrs Manning Robertson of Drumbane House, Birr, another
of Garvey’s employers), the General Accident Assurance Corporation and the Guardian Assurance Company, both of Dublin (who write about Birr Castle and the Rosse estate), etc, etc.

Bellew, Loughnanstown, Edoxtown and Rathfeigh

Landed estates court rental in the matter of the esate in Co. Meath and the city of Dublin of Isabella Maria Domville (owner and petitioner) and continued in the name of Isabella Maria Malton, wife of James Charles Abernethy Malton. The lands and premises concerned are: Bellew, Loughanstown, Edoxtown and Rathfeigh, with sub-denominations called Woodland, Poulbrock, Doreagh, Boherclauber and Skerrahill, Slanestown, Irishown, Waterside and Tymoole and part of Tymoole known on the OS as part of Gaulstown, situate in the barony of Skreen, Co. Meath; and Bride street and west side of Peter's Row and Whitefriar Street, situate in the parishes of St Bride and St Pete, City of Dublin. Also included are lands at Kilmainham, Golden Bridge and Dolphin's Bran, barony of Upper Cross, Co. Dublin.

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