Debt, Imprisonment for -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. : Whereas several persons being sued for just debts have been, and are dayly taken in execution, and to avoid the payment of their said debts out of their estates, do continue in prison, and enjoy the benefit of their estates, which oftentimes are by them consumed in gaols, ale-houses, and other places amongst their lewd and wicked companions ...
Debt relief -- Ireland. : Considerations on the negotiation for reducing the rate of interest on the national debt of Ireland. : Addressed to the holders of four per cent. debentures, and Treasury bills at 3d. per day.
Debtor and creditor -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800. : A letter from a merchant of Dublin, to the author of Remarks on the conduct of Messrs. W-----cks and D----n. : To which is added, The remarker's answer; containing an impartial examination into the proceedings of the late bankers and their friends. With some general observations on the meeting of the banker's friends, debtors, and a few creditors, at the Musick-Hall in Fishamble-street, on the 6th of this instant. To which are annexed, a few queries, highly interesting to the creditors of the bank.
Debts, Public -- Ireland -- Statistics. : The commercial and political atlas : which represents at a single view, by means of copper plate charts, the most important public accounts of revenues, expenditures, debts, and commerce of England. By William Playfair. To which are Added, Charts of the Revenues and Debts of Ireland, done in the same Manner, by James Corry, Esq.
Decedents' estates -- Ireland. : Full and authentic report of the important case of the Attorney General, at the relation of George Mathews and others, against the Rev. Joseph Hutton, James C. Ledlie, D.D., and others, being the ministers and members of Eustace-St. Congregation, in the city of Dublin [electronic resource] / from the short hand notes of Wm. Jones Esq., barrister at law : with an appendix, containing the prayer of the information, and extracts of the principal proofs given in evidence by the defendants.
Ireland -- Defenses -- Early works to 1800. : A new express from Ireland: giving a full account of the third victory obtained by King VVilliam and Prince VVirtemberg in the storming of Limmerick: with an account of the killing five thousand on the spot. Licensed according to order, September the 5th. 1690.