Ireland, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Who wrote the letters?, or, A statement of facts, onnected [sic] with the extraordinary trial, Cassan, clerk, v. Ireland, clerk [electronic resource] : shewing, by circumstances detected since the trial, that the verdict is become of none effect and tending to the development of the mysterious plot against the late curate of Frome, as well as to the formation of an opinion as to the real authors of the letters which gave rise to the action : to which are subjoined, copied of the letters, the detection of various falsehoods, a copy of the Frome resolutions, with other interesting matter / by Stephen Hyde Cassan.
Judges -- Ireland -- Directories. : The Irish law list and insurance directory [electronic resource] : comprising the judges of the superior law courts and officers, barristers and solicitors in Ireland ...
Judges -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : The office and power of a judge in Ireland: and the respective effects of that power, in the hands of good or bad men, considered and explained. By a free citizen.
Judges -- Salaries, etc. -- Ireland. : An bille um an naoú leasú is fiche ar an mBunreacht (Luach Saothair Breithiúna), 2011 = Twenth-ninth amendment of the Constitution (Judges' Remuneration Bill 2011).
Judges -- Selection and appointment -- Ireland. : Hetherington v. Wogan : a report of this case taken from the accurate notes of a barrister, containing the proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, the judgment of that court, the arguments of counsel in the Court of Error, and the judgment of that court.
Jurisdiction (Ecclesiastical law) -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : By the Lord Deputy and Councell. : Henry Falkland. : Forasmuch as wee cannot but take notice that the late intermission of legall proceedings against popish pretended or titulary archbishops, bishops, abbots, deanes, vicars-generall, Jesuites, fryers, and others of that sorte that deriue theit pretended authoritie and orders from the See of Rome hath bred such an extraordinarie insolence and presumption in them, as that they haue dared here of late not onely to assemble themselues in publike places to celebrate their superstitious seruices in all parts of this kingdome, ...
Jurisprudence -- Ireland. : Consultation paper on vulnerable adults and the law : capacity / The Law Reform Commission = An Coimisiún um Athchóiriú an Dlí.