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Falconer, The Irish Law Times and Solicitors's Journal. Falconer, John (Printer) / Stubbs, William Cotter (Compiler). The Irish Law Times and Solicitors’s Journal. A Weekly Newspaper and Gazette of Legal Postings. Years 1867 – 1972 (with missing Volumes in between (see details below). 66 Volumes Irish Law Times with several Volumes (20) of ‘The Irish Law Times Reports’ bound with the Law Times Volumes and plus 6 separate Volumes of The Irish Law Times Reports: Comprising Cases argued and decided in The Supreme Court of Judicature, The Land Commission, The Courts of Bankruptcy and the County Courts in Ireland. To Which is added a Digested Index of all such cases reported in the Irish Law Times Reports and in other legal reports. / Also included is the Important “Irish Law Times Digest of Cases decided by The Superior and other Courts in Ireland for the Years 1867 – 1893, compiled by William Cotter Stubbs”. [Pro Rege, Grege, Lege]. 95 Volumes bound in 69 Volumes. Dublin, John Falconer, 1868-1972. Quarto. Volume I (1868) – Volume XXIV (1890) (Volume III missing) and Volume 85 (1951) – Volume 106 (1972). Original Hardcover (Original half leather with gilt lettering to spine). Two Volumes in modern bindings (Volumes 102 and 104). Good condition with some stronger signs of external wear. Very few bindings in poor condition. From the library of irish independent politician and solicitor Jasper Travers Wolfe of Skibbereen. Extremely scarce as original set and in such a consecutive run of corresponding volumes. No offer on the international market at the moment of cataloging.

Representative Pagination Examples for two 19th century Volumes of the Irish Law Times. Volume I: XX, 808, 112 pages / Volume XXIV: XV, 666 pages.

Keywords: Irish History of Law, Irish Law, Irish Legal History

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Butterworth & Co. The English and Empire Digest Halsbury, Earl of / Sir Thomas Willes Chitty. The English and Empire Digest with complete and exhaustive Annotations being a complete Digest of every English Case reported from early Times to the present day, with additional cases from the Courts of Scotland, Ireland, The Empire of India and the Dominions beyond the Seas and complete and exhaustive annotations giving all the subsequent cases in which judicial opinions have been given concerning the english cases digested. 67 Volumes. Including one Volume “Desk Index for Volumes I – XXV” and 27 Volumes of First, Second and Third Cumulative Supplements (of which some are separated in two Volumes – especially for the War Years 1940-1945/46). Includes the Volumes I – XXXI and LX – XLVIII. London, Butterworth & Co., 1919-1958. Large Octavo. Over 30000 pages. Includes also 4 Volumes of the “Blue Band” Replacement Edition (these Volumes are available in original and duplicate and all belong to this set). Original Hardcover (red cloth with gilt or black lettering on spine). Good to very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Only Supplement Volume 12 in very poor condition. From the library of irish independent politician and solicitor Jasper Travers Wolfe of Skibbereen.

The Digest, formerly published as The English and Empire Digest, is a digest of case law. It is the “major modern work” of this kind. Its coverage is “wide” but incomplete, and it can be “complicated to use” if the user does not understand how the editions overlap. In 1994, it included cases from England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other parts of the Commonwealth, and from the European Communities. More than half a million cases from more than a thousand series of law reports were summarised. The work also serves as a citator and is “valuable” because of this.
The English and Empire Digest was published in 49 volumes from 1919 to 1932. This was directed by the Earl of Halsbury and Sir Thomas Willes Chitty. The “Blue Band” Replacement Edition was published in 56 volumes from 1950 to 1970. Publication of the third edition, or “Green Band” Reissue Edition, began in 1971. In 1981, its name was changed to The Digest. It contains the fullest listing of the case law of the United Kingdom, including almost all reported decisions from the sixteenth century. (Wikipedia)

Keywords: Irish History of Law, Irish Law, Irish Legal History

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Vance, The Green Book; or, Reading Made Easy of the Irish Statutes Vance, Andrew. The Green Book; or, Reading Made Easy of the Irish Statutes, containing an account of the principal reported decisions at Law and in Equity on the Irish Statutes, Rules and Orders of Court from Magna Charta to the present Time. First Edition. Dublin, Joseph White, 1862 (1872 incorrect). Octavo. VIII, 510 pages. Original Hardcover (green publisher’s cloth with gilt lettering on spine). Good condition with some clear signs of external wear. From the library of irish independent politician and solicitor Jasper Travers Wolfe of Skibbereen. With the name Jonas Wolfe on the titlepage. Smaller, faded dampstain to endpapers. Several annotations.

Keywords: Irish History of Law, Irish Law, Irish Legal History

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