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ISNI: 
0000 0000 6371 5012
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Cloncurry
Cloncurry, Valentine
Cloncurry, Valentine (Baron)
Cloncurry, Valentine Browne Lawless (Baron)
Lawless, Valentine (Baron Cloncurry)
Lawless, Valentine Brown
Lawless, Valentine Browne (Baron Cloncurry)
Valentine Lawless
Valentine Lawless, 2nd Baron Cloncurry (Irish politician)
Dates: 
1773-1853
Creation class: 
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Bianconi, Charles (1786-1875)
D'Este, Augustus Frederick (1794-1848)
Grey, Henry George Grey Earl, 1802-1894
Ireland. Court of King's Bench
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Lushington, Stephen (1782-1873)
Piers, John Bennett Sir, -1845
Richards, Griffith (1795-1843)
Windham, William (1750-1810)
Titles: 
20,000 l. damages
Copy address to Queen Victoria from citizens of Dublin
design of a law, for promoting the pacification of Ireland, and the improvement of the Irish territory and population, submitted to His Majesty's government ..., The
Letter from the Right Honorable Lord Cloncurry, to the Most Noble the Marquis of Downshire, on the conduct of the Kildare-Street Education Society, and the employment of the poor
Letter from Thomas J. Burgh, Dean of Cloyne, to Lord Cloncurry stating that he did not seek any terms that were also not granted to others
Letter from Valentine Browne Lawless, Lord Cloncurry, to an unidentified recipient returning an enclosure
Letter from Valentine Lawless, 2nd Baron Cloncurry to George Nugent, 1st Marquis of Westmeath
letter to a noble lord, explanatory of a bill in the Court of Chancery filed on behalf of Sir Augustus d'Este, from J.J. Dillon., A
letter to the Duke of Leinster, on the police and present state of Ireland., A
Letters to Charles Bianconi
Papers elucidating the claims of Sir Augustus d'Este, K.C.H.
Papers of the of the Earls of Kildare and Dukes of Leinster
Personal recollections of the life and times, with extracts from the correspondence of Valentine lord Colncurry
Suggestions on the necessity, and on the best mode, of levying assessments ... in Ireland, 1831:
Thoughts on the projected union, between Great Britain and Ireland.
trial of Sir J.B. Piers, bart., for criminal conversation with Eliza, the wife of Valentine Viscount Cloncurry, The : before Lord Chief-Justice Downes in the Court of King's Bench, Dublin, on February 19, 20, 1807 : with the letters between the parties.
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