Ireland. : Report of the salvage case wherein Laurence Tallon and the owners of the Herald steamer were promovants and the Alexander Robertson, of London (whereof Leonard Whitely was master) and her cargo, impugnants : Easter term, 1838 / promovant's advocates: Dr. Kelly, Mr. West, and Mr. Hassard ; proctor: Mr. Robertson ; impugnant's advocates: the Queen's advocate, Drs. Gayer and Gibbon ; proctoer: the Queen's proctor (Mr. Watt).
Ireland, Ann : [A] catalogue of books, containing a great variety in most languages, arts, and sciences : Which will regin to be sold (for ready money,) at the prices printed in the catalogue; on Friday, July 17th, 1789, at the Ahop of Ann Ireland, bookseller and printer, opposite the assembly room, Leicester. (Who gives the full value for any library, or parcel of books.) Catalogues may be had of the neighbouring booksellers, and of Mr. Crow[d]er, Pater-Noster-Row, London.
Ireland. : The Robertson court martial [electronic resource] : authentic report of the trial (by court martial) of Captain A.M. Robertson, fourth (Royal Irish) Dragoon guards, held at the Royal Barracks, Dublin, on the 6th of February, 1862, and following days.
Ireland. : Particulars respecting the trial, condemnation, and execution of Major Henry Alexander Campbell [electronic resource] : at the Armagh Assizes, August 10, 1808, for killing, in a duel, Captain Alexander Boyd : together with two letters by Major Campbell, one to his confidential friend, written several months previous to his condemnation, the other to his wife, on the day previous to his execution, and which he continues writing and dating from hour to hour, until within a few moments of his exit : also, a letter by Mrs. Campbell, to her condemned husband in prison, and a memorial to His Majesty, petitioning the life of her husband : to which are added, some interesting documents, furnished by a gentleman lately from London.
Ireland. : An account of the arguments of counsel and the directions of the court on a plea of auterfois acquit pleaded by James Foy, at the Summer Assizes 1786, holden for the county of Mayo, at Ballinrobe, on the fifth day of June, to an indictment for procuring, stirring, and provoking Andrew Creagh, otherwise Craig, and others to slee and murder Patrick Randal M'Donnell, Esquire, and Charles Hipson [electronic resource] : with the pleadings in that case.
Ireland. : A specimen of the evils of absenteeism : most forcibly illustrated by two trials : one in Monaghan, at the summer assizes, 1832, and the latter in Carrickfergus, at the last assizes : the Rt. Hon. John Henry Upton Lord Viscount Templeton was plaintiff, in both, against two of his tenants, and defeated with costs : respectfully inscribed to the Hon. Member for Oldham / compiler, John Shaw, Jun.
Ireland. : The trial of Richard Dry [electronic resource] : before the Hon. Mr. Baron Metge, and the Honourable Mr. Baron Smith, at a General Assizes and General Gaol Delivery, held in and for the county of the city of Cork, at the King's Old Castle, Cork, on Thursday, the 21st day of Sept. 1797, on an indictment for feloniously tendering and causing to be tendered an unlawful oath to one Charles Callanan.
Ireland. : Trials at Omagh, Lifford and Londonderry Summer Assizes, 1813 [electronic resource] : before the Hon. Sir W.C. Smith, bart., &c., &c., &c., and Mr. Justice Fletcher, the then going judges of assize for the North West Circuit / by a Barrister.
Ireland. : The eloquent speech, at length, of Chas. Phillips, Esq. : in the case of Blake v. Wilkins, for breach of promise of marriage : tried at Galway, Ireland on Tuesday, April 1st, 1817. before the Hon. Baron Smith, and a special jury.
Ireland. : A Full report of the trials of Gerard O'Connor, Rev. Andrew O'Sullivan, Jeremiah O'Connor, and Wm. M'Carthy [electronic resource] : at the last Kerry Assizes, held at Tralee, on the 18th October, for conspiring to resist the payment of tithes and exciting the people to that effect, containing the speech of Mr. O'Connell, in defence of the traversers / by Mr. D. Leonard.