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Item #78306 The Common Law Tradition: Essays in Irish Legal History. John F. McEldowney, Paul O'Higgins.
The Common Law Tradition: Essays in Irish Legal History.

The Common Law Tradition: Essays in Irish Legal History.

McEldowney, John F. O'Higgins, Paul. The Common Law Tradition: Essays in Irish Legal History. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, [1990]. 249 pp. Hardcover in fine dust jacket. $30. * Contents: The common law tradition in Irish legal history, J.F. McEldowney and Paul O'Higgins; The development of civil bill procedure in Ireland, D.S. Greer; Arrows too sharply pointed: the relations of Lord Justice Christian and Lord O'Hagan, 1868-74, D. Hogan; Executive failure to enforce judicial decrees: a neglected chapter in nineteenth-century constitutional history, W.N. Osborough; Some aspects of law and policy in the administration of criminal justice in nineteenth-century Ireland, J.F. McEldowney; The police and protest in Dublin: 1786-1840, C. Barry; Irish political opposition to the passage of reform, 1883-98: the Criminal Evidence Act 1898, C. Jackson; Irish legal history and the nineteenth century, J.F. McEldowney and Paul O'Higgins.

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