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19th Century Ireland

Disbound. Papers presented to the House of Commons respecting Persons in Confinement in the Several Prisons of Ireland, since the 23rd July 1803. 35pp. Folio. Disbound, now in a protective folder. Edges worn and shaded, the text is very clear. Kilmainham Gaol, Newgate Gaol, Provost of Dublin, Carrickfergus Gaol, Provost of Belfast, Downpatrick Gaol, Provost of Cork, Limerick Gaol, Naas Gaol, Athy Gaol, Philipstown Gaol, Westmeath Gaol, Carlow Gaol, Clonmel Gaol, Waterford City and County Gaols, Wexford Gaol, Longford Goal, Enniskillen Gaol. Information includes the Names of Prisoners, Charges against them, Length of Time in Custody, How Disposed of, and the Funds by which they were Maintained during Confinement. It includes a Reference to the Confinement under the charge of High Treason, and the subsequent Execution of Robert Emmett on 20th September, 1803
Publisher
Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed London
Publication date
1805
SKU
KHS1018863

€ 85.00

Hardcover. 471pp. "Front inner hinge broken, back inner hinge cracked, staining to endpages and title page, library ink stamp on title page and final page, pencil marking of text throughout, cover is slightly stained with worn spine ends and corners." Keywords: Irish history
SKU
KHS0075613

€ 23.99
€ 9.00

Irish Abroad. Green cloth, protected with homemade brown cloth dustjacket. Ex libris, but otherwise in extremely good condition. 2nd Edition. 465 pp.
Publisher
Keegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. London
Publication date
1894
SKU
KLN0003912

€ 125.00

Disbound. Report from the Commissioners appointed to enquire into and and inspect the Condition and Government of the State Prisons and other Gaols in Ireland. 142pp. Folio. teg. Edges uncut, and lightly stained. Part the First: Report on the State of Gaols in the county and county of the City of Dublin, with some observations affecting all the Gaols in Ireland. Part the Second: Report on the Complaints sent in by certain State Prisoners, confined in consequence of the suspension of the Habeus Corpus Act by 43 Geo III, cap.116. First part of the report, Newgate, Kilmainham, FourCourts Marshalsea, Sheriffs Prison, Bridewells and Penitentiaries. Second part of the report, The Cases of John Gerd Graham, Bernard Byrne, Terence Reilly, Robert Joseph Carty. Includes the plans of Newgate, Kilmainham and Marshalsea
Publisher
Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed London
Publication date
1809
SKU
KHS1018704

€ 95.00

Parliamentary P. [Report of the Commissioners of the Inquiry, 1869, into the Riots and Disturbances in the City of Londonderry, with the Minutes of Evidence and Appendix. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty] Report of an Inquiry ordered by the Lord Lieutenant-General and General Governer of Ireland. Keywords: Public policy (Law) - Ireland - Riots - Irish papers - legal administration, police, law - civil order, public meetings, riots, The Rising. Series: Command papers; C. 5 . 208pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons for Her Majesty's Stationery Office Dublin
Publication date
1869
SKU
KON0822994

€ 295.00

Disbound. 98 pp. Clear, bright, pages and text. Keywords: 19th Century Ireland History
Publisher
The Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union
Publication date
1887
SKU
KHS0082309

€ 165.00

Hardcover. 295pp. Original boards, with title gilted on spine. Edges stained, some damp-spotting, otherwise a very good reading copy
Publisher
Hodges, Figgis Dublin
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1907
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KHS1015155

€ 65.00

Disbound. 21pp. Some foxing, pages and text very clear. Keywords: Workers' Rights, labour laws
Publisher
George E. Eyre, William Spottiswode
Publication date
1874
SKU
KHS0044596

€ 125.00

Disbound. First Annual Report of the Registrar-General (Ireland), of Marriages, Births and Deaths registered in Ireland, 1864. iv. 156pp. Folio. Disbound, now in a protective folder. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. The records are broken down, by Province, County, and Districts within the Counties. All reports include, their number and proportion to the population. Keywords: Marriage Rate, Licences, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Protestant, Age, Signatures, Birth-Rate, Illegitimate Births, Public Health, Death-Rate, Causes of Death, Disease, Emigration. Abstracts include, Marriages registered in Ireland in each of the Registration Provinces, Counties and Districts in 1864, distinguishing Roman Catholic from Protestant marriages,and the Total Number registered in each Quarter. Births registered in each of the Four Quarters in 1864. Causes of Deaths, Deaths from Diseases, and an Index to Superintendent Registrars' Districts, and Registrars' Districts. Appendix includes a Letter to the Registrar-General on the Causes of Death in Ireland in 1864, from William M Burke, Esq
Publisher
Alexander Thom Dublin
Publication date
1869
SKU
KHS1018803

€ 75.00

Pamphlet. 46pp. A Report to be submitted to the Irish Landowners' Convention, on Thursday, 26th January, 1893. Topics discussed in the Report: Proposed Home Rule Legislation, Local Government in Ireland, Public Works Loans Act-1892, Drainage and Improvement of Land Act-1892, Tithe Rent Charge, Proposals for facilitating the redemption of Mortgages, Royal Commission on Mining Royalties, The Evicted Tenants Commission. Keywords: 19th Century Ireland, Political History. Cover is slightly stained. Staples rusted
Publisher
Humphry and Armour
Publication date
1893
SKU
KON0823814

€ 40.00

[Court of Appeal in Chancery (Ireland). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 26 June 1871;- for, Copy ‘Of the Judgement delivered on Friday the 9th June, in the Court of Appeal in Chancery, Ireland, in the Case of the Tenants on the Waterford Estate, by Lord O’Hagan and Lord Justice Christian.’] 18pp. This was the appeal against an order of Judge Lynch pronounced in the Landed Estates Court, which disallowed certain objections made to the rental of the estate by 270 tenants upon it, claiming that there should be inserted in the rental a statement not merely of their tenancies generally, but of their special rights under the Tenant Right Customs of Ulster. Keywords: 19th Century Ireland, Local History – Waterford, Land Law, Land Reform, Landlords and Tenants, Administration of Justice. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1871
SKU
KON0825151

€ 85.00

Parliamentary P. [Report from the Select Committee on Complaint (7th February) with the Proceedings of the Committee, 1854] Report to The House on the Matter of the Complaint made to the House of a paragraph in The Times, dated Monday, 6th February 1854, printed and published by William Harrison, as containing calumnious Reflections on the Irish Members. Keywords: Government – Parliament – Privileges and Immunities – Irish Papers. Series: House of Commons Paper: 314. 467pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons Dublin
Publication date
1854
SKU
KON0822988

€ 395.00

Parliamentary P. [Copy of Minutes of Evidence taken at the Trial of the Cashel Election Petitions] The trial of the Petition for the Borough of Cashel, in the County of Tipperary, between Henry Munster, Petitioner and James Lyster O’Beirne, Respondent. The trial commenced on the 16th day of February 1869 and terminated on the 20th day of February 1869. Keywords: Elections, Corrupt Practices, Ireland, Government, Parliament, House of Commons Papers; 1868-1869 (121). 190pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons Dublin
Publication date
1869
SKU
KON0822980

€ 245.00

Disbound. Twelfth Report of the General Prisons Board, Ireland 1889-90. 155pp. Folio. T e g. With an Appendix. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. Report. Appendix, Part I Circulars and General Orders. Part II, Local Prisons. Tables. Keywords: Commitments, Causes of Death, Escapes, Sentences, Education, Religon, Punishment, Bridewells, Sickness, Lunacy. Separate reports by Governors on each Prison. Part III, Convict Prisons, Separate Reports on each Prison. No. of Convicts, No. of Convicts in each Convict Prison on the 1st day of each month, during the past two years. Prison Offences and Punishments. Registration of Criminals. Expenditure in 1889-90. Charles F Bourke,Chairman, W P O'Brien, Vice-Chairman, Stewart Woodhouse
Publisher
Alexander Thom Dublin
Publication date
1890
SKU
KHS1018777

€ 75.00

Disbound. 88pp. 8vo. Edges lightly worn. Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty. Appendix. Tables. Keywords: Workhouses, Poor Law Commissioners, Governors, Surgeons
Publisher
ALexander Thom Dublin
Publication date
1868
SKU
KHS1018868

€ 25.00

Parliamentary P. [Report of the Commissioners Appointed by the Act of the 32nd and 33rd Victoria, Cap. 65, for the purpose of making Inquiry into the Existence of Corrupt Practices amongst Freemen Electors of the City of Dublin. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty] together with [Minutes of Evidence taken before the Commissioners Appointed by the Act of the 32nd and 33rd Victoria, Cap. 65, for the purpose of making Inquiry into the Existence of Corrupt Practices amongst Freemen Electors of the City of Dublin. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty] Report of the Inquiry into corrupt practices amongst Freemen Electors in the Elections of 1857, 1859, 1865 and 1868. Keywords: Elections - Corrupt practices - Ireland - Irish papers - government - parliament. Series: Command papers: c.93, c.93-1. 1116pp. Rebound in 1935 in maroon cloth with gilt decoration on the spine
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons for Her Majesty's Stationery Office Dublin
Publication date
1870
SKU
KON0822996

€ 450.00

Disbound. Tenth Report, with an Appendix. 8vo. 159pp. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. General report. Tables. Appendix. Circulars and General Orders. Local Prisons. Convict Prisons. Registrations of Criminals. Expenditure, Convict and Local Prisons. Bridewells. Keywords; Commitments, Individuals, Sentences, Punishments, Juveniles, Education, Sickness and Lunacy, Bridewells. Chairman C F Bourke, Vice-Chairman W P O'Brien, George Plunkett O'Farrell
Publisher
Alex Thom Dublin
Publication date
1888
SKU
KHS1018742

€ 75.00

Disbound. Thirty-First Report of the Inspectors General on the General State of The Prisons of Ireland, 1852. 270pp. Folio. teg. With Appendices. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. Disbound, now in a protective file. Appendix, No 1. North District, South District. Appendix, No 2. Criminal Returns for 1852. Keywords: Famine, bridewells, house of correction, lunatic asylum. North District, Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Kildare, Louth, Londonderry, Leitrim, Longford, Meath, Monaghan, Roscommon Sligo, Westmeath. South District, Carlow, Clare, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, King's County, Limerick, Mayo, Queen's County, Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford, Westmeath, Inspector General for South District, J Corry Connelllan, for North District, james Galwey. Includes a List of Prisons, Accomodation of County, City and Town Gaols in 1852, Expenditure of Gaols in 1852, Return of Trades, Work, Hard Labour and Schools in Gaols on 31st December, 1852, Return of Trades applicable to Gaols, Cost of Subsistence, Fuel, &c of Brideswells in 1852. Appendix to Schedule (G), Expenses of Bridewells for Years 1851-1852. The Great Famine.
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons Dublin
Publication date
1853
SKU
KHS1018707

€ 95.00

Hardback. top right corner of pages are slightly tatty not affecting any text. Keywords: Ireland - history and politics
SKU
KHS0037333

€ 45.99
€ 40.41

Hardcover. 471pp. "Rebound in grey cloth with white title label on spine and dark blue endpapers. Library ink stamp on title and contents pages, light foxing/staining throughout, page edges slightly worn/thumbed." Keywords: Irish History
Publisher
James Duffy, Dublin
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1859
SKU
KHS0075639

€ 17.95

Hardcover. 471pp. "Front inner hinge broken, back inner hinge cracked, staining/foxing to endpages, light foxing throughout, page edges uncut, inscription on front endpage, name on back endpage, cover stained and worn on spine ends, spine edges and corners." Keywords: Irish History
Publisher
James Duffy, Dublin
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1865
SKU
KHS0073947

€ 17.95

Parliamentary P. [Report from the Select Committee on the Dungarvan Election Petition; together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Index. (1854)] together with a Copy of [The Shorthand-Writers notes of the Decision of the Select Committee on the Dungarvan Election Petition, pronounced by the Chairman; with a further Statement on Reasons subsequently added, on Parties being made acquainted by the Chairman with the Sixth Resolution] The trial of two Petitions of William Henry Gregory, a candidate, complaining of the undue Election and Return of John Francis Maguire, for the Borough of Dungarvan. Keywords: Elections - Corrupt practices - Ireland - Irish papers - government - parliament. Series: House of Commons papers: 162, 162-1. 156pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons Dublin
Publication date
1854
SKU
KON0822989

€ 395.00

Hardcover. 77 pp. Bound in half leather. Usual library stampings. Keywords: 19th Century Ireland, 20th Century Ireland
Publisher
Macmillan & Co. Ltd
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1914
Edition
First Edition
SKU
KHS1001700

€ 85.00

Parliamentary P. [Copy of Minutes of Evidence taken at the Trial of the Dublin City Election Petition. (1869)] In the matter of the Petition of George Foley and Thomas Woodcock, Petitioners and Sir Arthur Edward Guinness, Respondent which was tried on the 23rd January 1869, Judge William Keogh certified: -That The last election, so far as related to The return of the said Sir Arthur Edward Guinness, Bart., was a void election; -That Sir Arthur Edward Guinness was not duly elected to serve in the Parliament for the said county of the City of Dublin; -That Sir Arthur Edward Guinness was, buy his agents, guilty of bribery at the last election, it has not been proved that such bribery was committed by or with the knowledge or consent of the said Sir Arthur Edward Guinness;- That Henry Foster William Campbell, William Watkins, Benjamin Warren, William Robinson, William John Vance, Davenport Crosthwaite and William Johnston were guilty of bribing voters to vote or refrain from voting against the said Sir Arthur Edward Guinness. In the matter of the Petition of the Honourable David Robert Plunkett, Petitioner and Jonathan Pimm, Esq., Respondent, Judge William Keogh reported that the Petition was withdrawn upon special application, and in pursuance of the statute in that behalf made and provided, and his opinion, the withdrawal of such a petition was not the result of any corrupt arrangement or in consideration of the withdrawal of any other Petition. 218pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Publisher
Alexander Thom & Sons Dublin
Publication date
1869
SKU
KON0822979

€ 295.00

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