Acts and statutes made in a Parliament begun at Dublin the twenty seventh day of August, anno Dom. 1695 :
in the seventh year of the reign of our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord King William : before His Excellency Henry Lord Capell, Lord deputy general, and general governour of His Majesty's kingdom of Ireland : and continued by several adjournments and prorogations before Their Excellencies Charles Lord Marquess of Winchester, and Henry Earl of Gallway, Lords justice general and general governours of His Majesty's kingdom of Ireland.
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Dublin : Printed by Andrew Crook .., MDCXCVIII 
A collection of laws, separately paged, most with special t.p.
[16 acts]. Act for the relief of prisoners for debt. For reforming abuses in making of butter-casks. For raising £120,000 on all lands, etc. To compleat the supply to His Majesty, and to build and finish barracks. For laying and additional duty upon woollen manufactures exported. To encourage building of houses. For confirming estates held under the Acts of Settlement and Explanation. For the preservation of the game. For regulating the fees of the Marshal of the Four Courts. For traversing Inquisitions. Against ... excessive gameing. For planting timber trees and woods. To prevent Papists being solicitors. For determining differences by arbitration. For the better management and disposal of the lands set apart for ... the Fort of Duncannon. For explaining some doubts that may arise in the exposition of an Act ... for confirming estates and possessions ...
The Acts have separate tpp. and bear date 1699, last three Acts, 1700. Mainly black letter.
Another copy, with some variations, and without gen. tp. or contents entry.
Physical description: 142 p. in various pagings.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), I329B