Ireland Abduction : Taken : a history of bride theft in nineteenth-century Ireland and Australia / Kiera Lindsey.
Ireland Abduction Early Works To 1800 : The Whole case and proceedings in relation to Bridget Reading, an heiress [electronic resource] : containing an account of Kimberly's being sent to Ireland to bring over the said Bridget Reading and of her pretended marriage with Braddock Mead : the information of Bridget Reading before Sir William Billers, against Braddock Mead, Daniel Kimberly, and Joseph Fisher, with the warrant of commitment granted thereupon by the said Sir William Billers : the petition of Daniel Reading to His Grace the Duke of New-Castle, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State : several affidavits before the Lord Chief Justice Raymond and Judge Probyn : the opinion of the Court of King's Bench : with the opinion of the Atorney-General and his report to the Duke of New-Castle, relating to the pretended marriage and felony : with the Lord Townshend's warrant thereupon for conveying Kimberly, &c., to Ireland to be betry'd there for felony : to which is added the tryal of the said Kimberly with his case or last dying words and an original letter sent by him to Mr. Reading written some few days before his execution and Mr. Reading's answer.
Ireland Absentee Landlordism Cases : 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.