Poynings's Law

Poynings's Law, an Act of Parliament held at Drogheda in 1495 in the reign of Henry VII., declaring that all statutes hitherto passed in England should be also in force in Ireland, so called from Sir Edward Poynings, the lieutenant of Ireland at the time.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Powers, Hiram * Poynter, Edward John
Pott, August Friedrich
Potter, John
Potter, Paul
Potteries, The
Pot-wallopers
Pourparler
Poussin, Nicolas
Powell, Baden
Powell, Major
Powers, Hiram
Poynings's Law
Poynter, Edward John
Pozzo di Borgo, Count
Pozzuoli
P. P., Clerk of this Parish
Praed, Winthrop Mackworth
Prætor
Prætorian Guard
Pragmatic Sanction
Prague
Prairie