A justice of peace for Ireland :
consisting of two books: the first declaring the exercise of that office by one or more justices of peace out of sessions. The second setting forth the form of proceeding in sessions, and the matter to be enquired of, and handled therein /
composed by Sir Richard Bolton ... Whereunto are added many presidents of indictments of treason, felonies, misprisions, praemunires, and finable offences of force, fraud, omission, and other misdemeanors of several sorts: with four tables the first of the chapters: the second of all the statutes mentioned: the other two are alphabetical, the one containing all the principal matters; the other the presidents of indictments and presentments, more than have been formerly published ...
|Main Creator:||Bolton, Richard, Sir, 1570?-1648.|
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Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke and John Crooke ..., 1683.
Second edition; first published, Dublin, 1638.
Signatures: 1 leaf unsigned, A-Zp2s, Aa-Zzp2s, Aaa-Zzzp2s, Aaaa-Ccccp2s (Iiib2s incorrectly signed Hhh ); A-Zp2s, Aa-Xxp2s, Yyp1s, *-*** (Pb2s, Ssb2s, Tt-Xxp2s, Yyp1s incorrectly signed Pppb2s, Sb2s, T-Xp2s, Yp1s, respectively.
Title within double line border. Marginal notes.
The second book (Dublin, 1682) has special title-page and separate paging (72 p.); Serveral presidents (Dublin, 1681) has special title-page and separate paging (150 i.e. 156 p.; numbers 53-56 omitted, no. 80-89 repeated in paging)
Armorial book-plate of Barba-villa.
Physical description: , 214, , 72, 150 (i.e. 156),  p. ; 32 cm. (fol.)
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|Dix Dublin 1683||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|
|Ir 34796 b 3||Main Reading Room||Irish|