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Catalogue No.1 - History of Law

History of Law (Irish & English Legal History / European & International Law)

[O'Connell, Ireland and Its Rulers since 1829.

7. [O’Connell, Daniel] / [Madden, Daniel Owen / Maddyn, Daniel Owen (1815 – 1859)] / [Molyneux, Charles B.].

Ireland and Its Rulers since 1829.

Three Volumes (complete set). London, T.C.Newby, 1844 – 1845. Octavo. Volume I (Third Edition, 1845): 294, [2] pages / Volume II (Second Edition, 1844): 223 pages / Volume III (First Edition, 1844): 339 pages. Hardcover / Original publihsher’s cloth with gilt lettering on spine. All three Volumes in protective Mylar. Rare in this uniform publisher’s binding, with all endpapers and pastedown’s intact. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. From the library of Charles B. Molyneux, with his name to the endpaper of each Volume. Very rare and important publication by the Mallow – born Daniel Owen Madden and an important source on legal disputes between Daniel O’Connell and fellow Lawyers in the Munster Circuit, mentioning Daniel O’Connell’s early Career and personal traits: “He went [to] the Munster Circuit, which, in those days, was thronged by men of great professional ability. But O’Connell ranked first amongst the first….Caution in conducting a case was his most prominent characteristic….He affected to be careless, but a more wary advocate never stood in a Court of Justice. Perhaps no great advocate ever had the same relish for the legal profession. O’Connell hunted down a cause with the gusto of a Kerry Foxhunter in pursuit of Reynard. He keenly enjoyed baffling the Crown Counsel and bullying the witnesses against some trembling culprit in the dock. In those times Counsel for prisoners were not allowed to address the jury, but O’Connell had a great art of putting illegal questions to a witness and in arguing for their legality, made “aside” short interjectional speeches to the jury”.

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O'Sullivan, Collection of ten (10) important publications on Irish Planning Law and the History of Irish Planning Law

O’Sullivan, Philip O. / Shepherd, K. / Justice Feargus Flood / Fitzgerald, Garret / Keane, Ronan / Grist, Berna / Bannon, Michael J. / Crowley, Ethel.

Collection of ten (10) important publications on Irish Planning Law and the History of Irish Planning Law – Most of these out-of-print and very rare now. The collection includes also an additional seven publications on general planning Law (in total 17 Volumes). The collection comes from the library of a former irish county development officer and the collection includes: 1. Bannon, Michael J. – Planning – The Irish Experience from 1920 – 1988 / 2. Keane, Ronan – The Law of Local Government in the Republic of Ireland / 3. Crowley, Ethel – Land Matters – Power Struggles in Ireland – With a Foreword by Michael Viney / 4. Philip O’Sullivan – Irish Planning & Acquisition Law / 5. Grist, Berna – An Introduction to Irish Planning Law / 6. Planning in Ireland – A P.E.P Study by Garret Fitzgerald / 7. Justice Feargus Flood – The Second Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry into certain Planning Matters and Payments / 8. Philip O’Sullivan & Katharine Shepherd – A Sourcebook on Planning Law in Ireland / 9.Walsh, Justice Edward M. – Planning and Development Law (with several interesting newspaper-clippings and an essay by M. Lucey on “Rateable Valuation in Ireland”) / 10. Grist, Berna – Twenty Years of Planning – A Review of the System since 1963 / 11. Basil Chubb & Patrick Lynch – Economic Development & Planning / 12. Shaffrey, Patrick – Your guide to planning / 13. A.F.Millington – An Introduction to Property Valuation / 14. Redman, Michael – Planning Uses & Use Classes / 15. RMC Duxbury – Telling & Duxbury’s Planning Law and Procedure / 16. Plimmer, Frances – Rating Law & Valuation / 17. Moore, Victor – A Practical Approach to Planning Law /

Dublin / Oxford / London, Institute of Public Administration and other Publishers, 1968 – 2006. Octavo. More than 2500 pages. Softcover and Hardcover bindings. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Some of the Volumes have the name of the previous owner on the endpaper.

EUR 380,-- 

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Moshamm, Franz Xaver / Louis-Guillaume Otto, comte de Mosloy - Europäisches Gesandschaftsrecht.

[Otto, Louis-Guillaume, Comte de Mosley] Moshamm, Franz Xaver von [d.i. Franz Xaver von Moshammer, Ritter von Mosham].

Europäisches Gesandschaftsrecht [European Law for Emissaries / Ambassadors / Minister Plenipotentiary / Histoire du Droit de Corps Diplomatique Européennes] / [Provenience: From the library of Germano-French Diplomat, Louis-Guillaume Otto, comte de Mosloy, with his Exlibris / Bookplate].

Landshut, Franz Seraph Hagen, 1805. Octavo. [2], VIII, 467 Seiten. Hardcover / Dekoratives Maroquin des frühen 19.Jahrhunderts, mit floraler Rückenvergoldung. Wunderbare Ausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung mit nur geringen Gebrauchsspuren. Ehemaliges Exemplar aus der Bibliothek der ‘Académie Diplomatique Internationale’ in Paris. Durchgehend stockfleckig. Von grosser Seltenheit und mit sehr interessanter Provenienz. Das Buch stammt aus der Privatbibliothek des französischen Diplomaten, Louis-Guillaume Otto, Comte de Mosloy, Schüler des bedeutenden Rechtslehrer’s Christoph Wilhelm Koch (1737-1813), der als der letzte Rechtslehrer der alten Straßburger Hochschule gilt. Louis-Guillaume Otto wird in biographischen Quellen als Deutsch-Franzoesischer Diplomat benannt und hat sich zur Zeit der Publikation des vorliegenden Werks von Moshammer, am Bayrischen Hofe in Muenchen als Gesandter Napoleon’s befunden, wo Otto’s Wirken grossen Eindruck auf Napoleon ausuebte und zu seiner Befoerderung und spaeteren Berufung als Botschafter Frankreich’s am Wiener Hof (1810) fuehrte. In Wien erlangte Otto grosse Bedeutung fuer Napoleon indem er fuer Ihn die Hochzeit mit Marie-Louise von Österreich verhandelte. Historisch belegt ist auch Otto’s Bekanntschaft mit Metternich, welcher ebenfalls Schüler von Christoph Wilhelm Koch war. Vor diesem Hintergrund ist die Ausgabe des hier vorliegenden Gesandtschaftsrechts von grosser historischer Bedeutung, da Provenienz und Funktion des Buchtitels nicht nur im direkten Zusammenhang mit der juristischen Ausbildung von Otto und Moshamm sondern auch mit Otto’s Berufung als Gesandter, Diplomat und Botschafter unter Napoleon in Verbindung steht.

EUR 4.800,-- 

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