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7589. : Belfast Local Acts 1845-1930.

Belfast: n.d. c.1930. 1239+98 pp. professionally recased in maroon cloth, with new endpapers, and gilt spine title. In very good condition. This volume contains all the Parliamentary acts covering Belfast between 1845-1930, starting with the Act for the Improvement of the Borough of Belfast 21st July 1845 to the Corporation Act of 1930. With a detailed index. 75.00


12542. : Belfast Water Acts, of 1840 & 1865 and Acts Incorporated therewith.

Belfast: Adair's Steam Printing Office 1867. 24.5 by 15.5 cms. 273 pp. Contents include, The Belfast Water Act 1865, The Belfast Water Act 1840, Commissioners Clauses Act, 1847, Waterworks Clauses Act, 1847, Waterworks Clauses Act, 1863 and an Index. Half leather and cloth boards, original red spine label, some scuffing to boards, a bit of spotting to endpapers and a few other pages, rear board detached, otherwise good. 42.00


7411. : Statutory Rules and Orders of Northern Ireland 1929 No. 11 Master and Servant, Ireland. Workmen's Compensation acts (Northern Ireland) 1906-1927

Belfast: H.M.S.O. 1929. 134 pp. 22.5 x 15.5 cm. Staples rusty but a tight clean copy. 5.00


2878. : The Clyde Navigation Acts from 32 George II cap 62. to 41 Victoria cap. 47

London Eyre and Spottiswoode 1882. 490 pp and includes the separately paginated Acts from 1883 to 1897, 14 in all, Half leather with six panelled spine raised bands and original spine label, some wear to boards, internally a very bright clean copy. 25.00


12686. Byrne, John Ousley: A Compendium of Irish Sanitary Law, containing The Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1874, and the Acts incorporated therewith.

Dublin: William McGee Second Edition 1875. Also the Acts relating to Workshops, Common Lodging Houses, Bakehouses, the Adulteration of food, drink and drugs, and the Burial Grounds Acts with explanatory notes, a collection of legal decisions in sanitary cases and an index. xiii+487 pp. hardback, showing a little wear, spine restored, part of spine label missing, otherwise a good tight copy. Scarce. 45.00


12530. Clancey, John J: The New Land Act A Popular Explanation of its Principal Provisions; with appendices containing the text of the Act, the new rules, and purchase annuity tables.

Dublin: Eason & Son 1896 204 pp. boards a little dusty otherwise in very good condition. 23.00


12525. Cleary, Arthur P.: The Law of Registration of Parliamentary Voters in Ireland.

Dublin: E. Ponsonby second edition 1868. viii+204 pp. dark boards with original spine label, slightly dusty, a little light foxing to endpapers otherwise good. 25.00


12555. De Moleyns: The Landlord's and Agent's Practical Guide

Dublin: Hodges, Smith and Co. Second edition revised and enlarged 1860. xiv+344 pp. in red boards with a blind stamped pattern and lettered gilt. Spine professionally relaid. From the library of the Northern Ireland Parliamentary library with a bookplate and barcode on front pastedown and foreedge stamps, internally tight and clean. De Moleyns, (1807-1900), also known as Thomas Mullins was a Barrister, a Q.C. and Co. Court Judge for Co. Kilkenny. He wrote this specifically for use in Ireland. There were later editions in 1862, 1872, 1877 and 1899. Not common. 65.00


10802. Historical Manuscripts Commission: Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Most Hon. The Marquis of Salisbury K.G. &c. preserved at Hatfield House Hertfordshire Part VI.

London: H.M.S.O. 1895. xxxi+630 pp. half leather and green textured boards, t.e.g., marbled endpapers, the ffep bears a small discrete stamp for the library of PRONI, some scuffing to spines, edges and corners, internally tight, clean and very good. This vol. comprises abstracts of papers for a period of one year 1st Jan - Sept. 1594. 35.00


10799. Historical Manuscripts Commission: Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Most Hon. The Marquis of Salisbury K.G. &c. preserved at Hatfield House Hertfordshire Part VII.

London: H.M.S.O. 1899. xxxviii+613 pp. half leather and green textured boards, t.e.g., marbled endpapers, the ffep bears a small discrete stamp for the library of PRONI, some scuffing to spines, edges and corners, internally tight, clean and very good. This vol. comprises abstracts of papers for a period of one year only 1597. Much of it deals with foreign policy. 35.00


12355. HMSO: The Parliamentary Debates Official Report Volume XXII ...Northern Ireland...Commons...1938-1939.

Belfast: HMSO, 1940. 2652 + 33 pp. 26 x 17 cm. The official report of what was said in the NI Commons, in the year in which we went to War with Germany. How NI prepared for War. The 33pp section is an exhaustive Index. In very good condition. Please note that the unpacked weight of this book is approximately 1,750g. 42.00


12243. HMSO: The Statutes: Second Revised Edition, Volume 13, 1872-1875.

London: HMSO, 1897. This is a volume of the great collected edition of the English Statutes, which was continued by uniform annual volumes. xvii + 1105 pp. 25.5 x 16 cm. Previous owner's stamps. Corners slightly bumped and worn. Contents clean and tight. Chronological list of the Statutes for this period, and Index. Please note that the unpacked weight is 1,500g. 45.00


12242. HMSO: The Statutes: Second Revised Edition, Volume 8, 1847-1852.

London: HMSO, 1894. This is a volume of the great collected edition of the English Statutes, which was continued by uniform annual volumes. xxviii + 1183 pp. 25.5 x 16 cm. Previous owner's stamps. Corners bumped and worn. Contents clean and tight. New spine professionally blocked gold on red to match the other volumes in the set. Chronological list of the Statutes for this period, and Index. Please note that the unpacked weight is 1,700g. 45.00


12544. Houston, A: The Representation of the People (Ireland) Act 1868, 31 & 32 Vict. C.49; and the Registration Amendment Act (Ireland) 1868, 31 & 32 Vict. C.112. with an explanatory introduction, and an Index.

Dublin: E. Ponsonby 1868. 19 by 11 cms.vi+74+lxxv pp. former owners names on ffep, foreedge, and title page, no other annotation, handwritten spine title, the label on on the front board has lost it left hand edge. 25.00


12537. Humphreys, Henry: The Licensing Acts, 1872-74, 35 & 36 vic. Cap. 94, 37& 38 Vic. Cap. 69 as applicable to Ireland with a review of the Licensing laws, Analysis, Explanatory notes, Appendix and Index.

Dublin: Hodges, Foster, and Co. 1874. 18 by 12 cms. xxiv+95 pp. covers a little worn, dusty, some light pencil annotation on a few pages, otherwise a fair copy. 15.00


16111. Kavanagh, Morgan Butler and Albert W. Quill: The Common Law Procedure Amendment Act ( Ireland ) 1870 or the Remitting of Actions to the Civil Bill Courts:

Dublin: John Falconer, 1873. With a careful index, and notes of all the important decisions up to the date of publication, forms of affidavits, notices, etc. 48 pp. 22 x 14.5 cm. Gold-blocked brown boards, no dw. The top corner of the ffep has been removed, with no text loss, and there is some neat careful pencil annotation, otherwise good. 15.00


15159. Ministry of Finance: The Ulster Year Book The Official Year Book of Northern Ireland 1947.

Belfast: H.M.S.O., 1947. xlix+321 pp. 24.5 by 15 cms. These volumes, published at three-yearly intervals, give detailed official information on all aspects of Northern Ireland. This is No 6. Frontispiece portrait of Earl Granville, Governor of NI. Tables, diagrams, and folding map. Card covers. Slight wear and rubbing, otherwise in good condition. 10.00


9483. Ministry of Finance: The Ulster Year Book The Official Year Book of Northern Ireland 1957-59.

Belfast: H.M.S.O. 1959. 24.5 by 15 cms. xlvii+345 pp. illustrated diagrams, folding map, paper covers, in very good condition. These volumes published at three yearly intervals give detailed official information on all aspect of Northern Ireland.This is No 10. 9.95


12721. Ministry of Finance: Ulster Year Book 1953.

Belfast: HMSO 1953. 336 pp. illustrated, maps, soft covers, in very good condition. Published at three-yearly intervals. 18.00


12272. Muldoon, John and M'Sweeny, George: A Guide to Irish Local Government, Explanatory Chapters Carefully Revised; the Text of the Local Government Act of 1898, and all the Orders in Council; Together with a Complete Index.

Dublin: Eason & Son, Limited, 1899. Third Edition. viii+440 pp. 19 x 13 cm. Dark-blue boards and paper spine label showing some wear. Occasional underlining, and inner hinges rough, but a good, tight copy. 65.00


12528. O'Sullivan, M: A Key to the Labourers (Ireland) Acts 1883 to 1896.

Dublin: E. Ponsonby 1902. Consisting of a summary of the provisions of the Acts; the several Acts (Consolidated); the separate acts fully annotated and explained; together with the Incorporated provisions of other Acts, the regulations made by The Lord Lieutenant in Council, Local Government Board for Ireland, and Irish Land Commission and a copious index. x+282 pp. some pages have some ink annotation and marginal trimming, a fair copy. 15.00


12536. O'Sullivan, M: A Key to the Labourers (Ireland) Acts, 1883 and 1885, consisting of a summary of the provisions of these Acts, showing in detail the procedure thereunder...

Dublin: E. Ponsonby 1886. The Acts themselves fully annotated and explained together with the provisions of other Acts, the regulations made by The Lord Lieutenant in Council, Local Government Board for Ireland, and Irish Land Commission, and a copious index. 18.5 by 13 cms. viii+157 pp. boards dusty, in fair condition. 15.00


4586. Peacock, Edward: A List of The Roman Catholics in the County of York in 1604.

London: John Camden Hotten, 1872. viii+168pp, with a very good index of persons, in original boards, spine label partly missing, corners bumped, some wear otherwise very good. From a folio paper, the Rawlinson Mss. in the Bodlien in Oxford. Recusants and noncommunicants listed by parish. Some old pencil annotations giving further geneological information for a few persons. 60.00


4585. Peacock, Mabel G.W. compiler: An Index of the names of the Royalists Whose Estates were confiscated during the Commonwealth.

London: Pub. for The Index Society by Longmans Green 1879 xi+111pp, with a very good index of names and places, in red boards with gilt monogram on front board, corners bumped, a little wear otherwise very good. With a reprint of the Three Confiscation Acts of 1651 and 1652, from Scobell's "Collection of Acts and Ordinances of General Use, from 3rd of November 1640 to 17th of September 1656" 65.00


12591. Queen's College, Galway: Queen's College, Galway Calendar for 1902-1903.

Dublin: Printed at the University Press, 1903. xix+405 pp. 21 x 13 cm. Frontispiece photograph. The boards and spine are a bit dusty and marked, internally tight and clean. Lists former Professors and Officers, in some cases with c.v. and biography. Lists former Deans of Residences, and Graduates - again, in some cases with c.v. and biography. Copious Appendices. 55.00


12543. Quill, A.W: The Licensing Act ( 1872 ) 35 & 36 vic. Ch. 94, as applicable to Ireland

Dublin: Hodges, Foster, and Co. 1874. With an introduction and notes, explanatory of the Act; and an Appendix of Irish Licensing Statutes. 18 by 12 cms. xxiv+95 pp. showing little wear a good copy. 20.00


11968. Smith, Geo. Hill: A Concise Guide to The Practice ( Contentious and non-Contentious ) of The Court of Probate Ireland, and its District Registries.

Dublin: E. Ponsonby, 1877. With an appendix containing the Rules, Forms, and Classified Schedules of Court & Professional Fees. xvi+352 pp. hardback, boards faded and worn, dusty, some pages have had margins of corners trimmed, there is a little annotation, front joint splitting, otherwise fair/good. 32.00


16169. Sniffer (Scotland & Northern Ireland Forum For Environmental Research): Implications of Climate Change for Northern Ireland: Informing Strategy Development.

Belfast: H.M.S.O., 2002. 175 pp. 29 x 21 cm. Maps, graphs, diagrams, references, and appendices. Semi-matt card covers. Some rubbing to covers, otherwise good. 10.00


12590. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1902.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1902. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. v+451+3 pp. Dark grey covers are dusty, faded and a little grubby, internally tight and sound, no annotation, a small stamp from a solicitor's on the rear of the title page. In fair/good condition. The book covers the island of Ireland. 60.00


12589. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1929.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1929. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. 539 pp. Dark grey covers are dusty and a little grubby, internally tight and sound, no annotation, a small stamp from a solicitor's office on the title and contents pages. In good condition. The book covers both the Irish Free State and Northern Ireland. 55.00


12588. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1954.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1954. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. 530 pp. with, as an insert a 7 pp. supplement detailing changes since Oct.1953. Dark green covers are bright but internally a little dustiness, no annotation. In good condition. The book covers both the Republic and Northern Ireland. 45.00


13009. The Queen's University of Belfast: The Queen's University of Belfast Calendar 1956-57.

Belfast: Q.U.B., 1956. 21.5 by 14 cms. 668 pp. paper covers, owners nme on the front cover otherwise in good condition. 8.00


13191. Wellington, The Duke of, editor: Civil Correspondence and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur Duke of Wellington, K.G. Ireland. 1807-1809.

London: John Murray 1860. xv+648 pp. Ireland from March 30th 1807, to April 12th 1809. This volume came from The Parliamentary Library of Northern Ireland, with a faded fore edge stamp, and a dark circle on the bottom of the spine where a library ref. no. has been. At some point it has been professionally rebound in an attractive dove grey cloth binding with new endpapers. Internally in a very tight, bright and clean condition. This Parliamentary library began in 1922. This was Vol. V, of a series of 15 volumes published between 1858 and 1871. Vols I-IV covered India and Vol V covered Ireland. (we have now only Vol III of the India set). On the spine the binder has placed the title India: Supplement to Wellington Despatches, which is incorrect. Titles in the series varied a little. These original editions do not seem to appear for sale very often. These letters are a fascinating record of events in Ireland during this period when Wellington was Chief Secretary. He was of course born in Ireland, and as Chief Secretary was considered firm but fair-minded, criticizing absentee landlords and prohibiting triumphalist processions. 95.00


17105. Wood, Herbert Wood , Albert E. Langman, and Margaret C. Griffith: Calendar of the Justiciary Rolls or Proceedings in the Court of the Justiciar of Ireland I to VII Years of Edward II.

Dublin: Stationery Office, c1956. Prepared under the direction of Herbert Wood and Albert E. Langman and revised by Margaret C. Griffith, of the Public Record Office. vii+406 pp. 26.5 x 18 cm. Goldblocked dark green patterned boards, embossed with harp and Celtic scrolling. In very good condition. No dw. The present volume covers the following Rolls: - 1. Roll for 1 and 2 Edward II. This was made up into four rolls, listed by the Record Commissioners as Plea Rolls nos. 84 (containing mm. 1-20), 85 (mm. 21-37), 86 (mm. 38-64) and 87 (mm. 65-79). The calendar, made by Herbert Wood, late Deputy Keeper, covers nos. 85 (mm. 29-36), 86 (mm. 45-50 and 52-65) and 87 (mm. 65-79). Mm. 1-20, which ran from 13 Oct. 1307, do not appear in the catalogue of Justiciary Rolls in the Deputy Keeper s 26th report, and do not seem to have reached the Public Record Office. 2. Roll for 2 Edward II. Record Commissioners list no. 90. Calendared by Albert E. Langman. 3. Roll for 3 to 7 Edward II. Record Commissioners list no. 108. Calendared by Albert E. Langman. M. 28 missing. The remaining calendars cover the following rolls: - Roll for 6 to 7 Edward II. Listed by the Record Commissioners among the Memoranda Rolls of the Exchequer (no. 23). The original roll is still in the Public Record Office. John Wogan, appointed on 18 Oct. 1295, was Justiciar from the beginning of the period covered in the present volume until April 1313. 50.00

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