Conspiracy – Irish Political Trials.
Portland, Royal Irish Academy, 2009. Octavo. 357 pages. Original Softcover. Edges with foxing. Otherwise in excellent condition with some minor signs of wear only.
Les Mille et un Tyrans.
No mentioning of place of print, no printer, no year [ca.1791]. 8°. 54 pages. Softcover / Unbound ! Bon etat. No wrappers (the book was part of a collection of pamphlets which were bound together (Benjamin Constant / Comte Antoine François de Nantes etc.)
The Law of Libel as affecting Newspapers and Journalists.
London, Stevens and Sons, 1912. Octavo. XIII, 165 pages. Original Hardcover (original publisher’s cloth with gilt lettering on spine). Bumped corners. Slightly damaged spine. Good condition with some signs of external wear. From the library of irish independent politician and solicitor Jasper Travers Wolfe of Skibbereen. Name of Jasper Wolfe on front free endpaper.
The Trial of Peter Barnes and others (The I.R.A. Coventry Explosion of 1939).
London / Edinburgh / Glasgow, William Hodge, 1953. Octavo. XIII, 284 pages. With illustrations. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket. The dustjacket slightly frayed and with some tears and loss. Otherwise in excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Rare ! [Notable British trials – Volume 77].
The Irish administration system.
Dublin, Institute of Public Administration, 1980. Octavo. X,242 pages. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Name of preowner on endpaper. Including two newspaper-clippings related to the topic.
Selection of Parochial Examinations Relative to the Destitute Classes in Ireland. From the Evidence Received by his Majesty’s Commissioners for Enquiring into the Condition of the Poorer Classes in Ireland. By Authority.
Original First Edition. Dublin, Milliken and Son [and B.Fellowes, London], 1835. Octavo. 430 pages [plus a four-page catalogue of “Important Works Relating to Ireland, printed for or sold by Milliken and Son”, bound before the publication] / [plus a four-page “Appeal in [sic] Behalf of the Association Incorporated for Discountenancing Vice &c.”]. Original Hardcover / Publisher’s rare, printed spine-binding. In protective Mylar. Unusually excellent, actually stunning interior condition, with some minor signs of external wear only. Extremely rare publication.
A Justice of Peace for Ireland: Consisting of Two Books. The First, declaring the Exercise of that Office by one or more Justices of Peace out of Sessions; The Second, setting forth the Form of Proceeding in Sessions and the Matter to be enquired of and handled therein. Composed by Sir Richard Bolton, Knt. – Chief Baron of His Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland. To which are now added, In an Alphabetical Order, All the Statutes now in Force in England and Ireland, (since Sir Richard Bolton published his said Treatise) which concern the Office of a Justice of Peace for Ireland, both in and out of Sessions. Here are likewise added, three Tables: The First shews the several Titles in Sir Richard Bolton’s Treatise to which additions have been made. The Second shews the several New Titles added; and the Third is designed for the more easy finding several Particular Matters contained under the General Titles. With a compleat Index to the whole. Also some Precedents of Committals, Convictions, Summonses and Warrants, are added, as a Help to Justices of the Peace in the Execution of their Office. With a Table of the Precedents. By Michael Travers, Esq.; Barrister at Law.
Two Volumes in one (complete). Dublin, Printed for J.Leathley and T.Moore in Dame-street and O.Nelson in Skinner-row, Booksellers, 1750. Quarto (23 cm x 27.5 cm). XIV, 586, XII, 292 pages. Hardcover / Original 18th-century full leather with gilt lettering on spine with replaced spine-label. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear and a minor crack to upper spine. Faded dampstain. Interior and binding firm and overall in very good condition. Bookplate of Richard Meade of Ballymartle to pastedown. Richard Meade’s full name in ink to endpaper.
Il Regime Matrimoniale Italiano e Il Divorzio. 1. Ricorso presentato dal Procuratore generale (S.E.Borgnini) nell’interesse della legge alla Corte di CAssazione di Torino, in opposizione alle Sentenze: Corte d’Appello sez. Modena, 12 aprile 1898; Corte d’Appello Brescia, 25 aprile 1898; Corte d’Appello Milano, 6 dicembre 1898. / 2. Motivazioni a corredo del Ricorso, svolte nell’udienza del 14 novembre 1900. / 3. Sentenza pronunziata dalla Corte di Cassazione di Torino pubblicata il 21 novembre 1900.
Torino, Unione Tipografico-Editrice, 1900. 4°. 110 pp. Hardcover / Original brochure in later cloth-binding Primera Editione (Italiano). Stamped on title-page [Former copy of “Bibliothek des Reichsgerichts”] Early italian edition on matrimonial regimes and Divorce. Frühe Publikation über Güterrecht und Scheidung im italienischen Rechtssystem.