Deb 19 October 1920 vol 42 c5

Petition of John William Rivallon de la Poer, of Gurteen le Poer, in the County of Waterford (claiming to be Baron of Le Power and Coroghmore in the Peerage of Ireland), to His Majesty, praying that His Majesty may be graciously pleased to give directions that the Petitioner's pedigree and his right to the succession to the dignity and honour of Baron of Le Power and Coroghmore in the Peerage of Ireland may be investigated; as also the outlawry against John Power in or about the year 1091, in order that the same may be reversed if found to affect the Petitioner, and that if the Petitioner be not so affected, he may he admitted to the full enjoyment of the ancient dignity and honour of his ancestors as Baron Le Power and Coroghmore, with all the rights, privileges, pre-eminences, immunities and advantages, and the place and precedence due and belonging thereto, to hold the same to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten for ever; or to make such other order in the premises as in His Majesty's wisdom may be deemed expedient, together with His Majesty's reference thereof to this House, and the report of the Attorney-General thereon there into annexed: Presented (by command); read, and referred to the Committee for Privileges to consider and report.