The statute-law of Ireland common-placed.
or, A general table to all the publick printed English and Irish acts of Parliament now in force and use in Ireland, on the first day of June, 1734, from Magna Charta, to the seventh year of the reign of His present Majesty King George the Second, inclusive: containing, the full purport and effect of all the English statutes, to the tenth year of the reign of King Henry the Seventh, being by Poyning's law, in force in Ireland, and of all English statutes from Poyning's law, to the end of the last session of the Parliament of Great Britain, which in the whole, or by any cause or section any way relate to, or bind Ireland: and also, the full purport and effect of all the Irish statutes, to the end of the last session of the Irish Parliament: alphabetically digested under proper titles, and carefully collected out of, and compared with the several volumes of all the statutes at large ... Together with, a table of the year and chapter of all the said statutes ...
By Edward Lee.
|Main Creator:||Lee, Edward, fl. 1734|
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Dublin, Printed by G. Grierson, printer to the King, 1734.
Book-plate of William H. Eustace: Stafford, Va.
Physical description: viii, , 351,  p. 23 cm.
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|Ir 346 L 2||Main Reading Room||Irish|