A report of an interesting case wherein Mr. Francis Doyle, of Carrick-on-Suir, merchant and cloth-manufacturer, was plaintiff, and Sir Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald, High Sheriff of the county of Tiperary, in the year 1798, was defendant. :
Tried and determined at Clonmel Spring Assizes, Monday, April 9, 1801, before Lord Avonmore.
|Main Creator:||Doyle, Francis, of Carrick-on-Suir, plaintiff.|
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Dublin : Printed for the Plaintiff, by H. Fitzpatrick, no. 4, Capel Street, 1806.
An action for damages, consequent upon the flogging of the plaintiff by the defendant, who accused him of being a rebel.
Physical description: 46,  p ; 23 cm. (8vo)
Citations/References: NUC pre-1956 ND361374
In vol. with bookplate of John Edward Walsh