"First published 2011 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
Formatted Contents Note
1. The laws in Ireland, 1689-1850 : a brief introduction / Michael Brown and Sean Patrick Donlan 2. Local courts in later seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Ireland / T.C. Barnard 3. The privy council of Ireland and the making of Irish law, 1692-1800 / James Kelly 4. Eighteenth-century Ireland's legislative deficit / W.N. Osborough 5. The limits of English influence on the Irish criminal law and the boundaries of discretion in the eighteenth-century Irish criminal justice system / Neal Garnham 6. English and Irish jury laws : a growing divergence 1825-1833 / Niamh Howlin 7. 'Let the law take its course' : punishment and the exercise of the prerogative of mercy in pre-famine and famine Ireland / Richard Mahon 8. The Ouzel Galley Society in the eighteenth century : arbitration body or drinking club? / Lisa Marie Griffith 9. Dublin Corporation and the levying of tolls and customs, c.1720-c.1820 / Jacqueline Hill 10. Regulating the market : parliament, corn and bread in eighteenth-century Ireland / Eoin Magennis 11.Ireland's urban houghers : moral economy and popular protest in the late eighteenth century / Martyn J. Powell 12. 'Regular obedience to the laws' : Arthur Browne's prelude to union / Sean Patrick Donlan 13. Daniel O'Connell and the Magee Trials, 1813 / Patrick M. Geoghegan 14. Farmer and fool : Henry Brooke and the late Irish enlightenment / Michael Brown 15. The legal system in Irland and the Irish language 1700-c.1843 / Lesa Ni Mhunghaile 16. A court 'for the determination of causes civil and maritime only' : Article Eight of the Act of Union 1800 and the Court of Admiralty of Ireland / Kevin Costello.