House of Lords. Appeal from the Court of Exchequer. John Boyle, Esq. - - appellant. Anne Lysaght and Mary Coote Purdon, administrators of Henry Wrixon, Esq. respondents. Case of the appellant, John Boyle [electronic resource]
- Bib ID:
- Boyle, John, Esq
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- [Dublin : Printed by Eliz. Lynch, Skinner Row, 1787]
- 5,p. ; 2⁰.
- Brace(s) in title or imprint.
- Drop-head title.
- Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland.
- Signed: John Fitzgibon, Arthur Wolfe, Stephen Edward Rice.
- The respondent's case is dated 9 March 1787. - Dk queried as to presence of docket title, wording of imprint, 1-95
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- English Short Title Catalog, N53071.
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- Ireland Dublin.
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