A Report of An Interesting Case, Wherein Mr. Francis Doyle of Carrick-on-Suir, Merchant and Cloth-manufacturer, Was Plaintiff, and Sir Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald, High-sheriff of the County of Tipperary, in the Year 1798, Was Defendant

A Report of An Interesting Case, Wherein Mr. Francis Doyle of Carrick-on-Suir, Merchant and Cloth-manufacturer, Was Plaintiff, and Sir Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald, High-sheriff of the County of Tipperary, in the Year 1798, Was Defendant

Tried and Determined at Clonmel Spring Assizes, Monday, April 9, 1801, Before Lord Avonmore

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An action for civil damages, consequent upon the flogging of the plaintiff by the defendant, who accused him of being a rebel.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed for the plaintiff by H. Fitzpatrick, no. 4, Capel Street, 1806
Branch Call Number: KD372 .K5 no.2
Characteristics: 1 v. [46, [2] p.] ; 23 cm

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