The Law Recorder: Containing Reports of Cases and Proceedings in the Courts of Law and Equity, &c. &c. &c. at Dublin and elsewhere, from Michaelmas Term, 1827 to Trinity Term, 1828, (both inclusive) with Essays, Communications &c. &c. on Legal Subjects.
Original First Edition. Volume I only. Dublin, Printed for the Proprietor, 1828. Large Quarto. Engraved portrait-frontispiece of Sir Anthony Hart, Knight, Lord High Chancellor of Ireland [with a few caricatural corrections in contemporary ink (see image)], XXIV, 586 pages. Hardcover / Original half leather of the early 19th century with original spinelabel. Slightly dusty and and the binding a little stronger rubbed. Interior still very good with some browning to corners of the bookblock and some occasional foxing. Very rare, original edition with several appearances of Daniel O’Connell as defender and speaker !
Includes many 19th century cases in Ireland: Groslet v. Brown / The King at the prosecution of Henry Deane Grady, Esq. against Helen Grady, otherwise Richards and others / The Matter of Robert Parsons Persse, a supposed Lunatic / The King at the prosecution of Henry Grattan, Esq. (page 304) / Assignment to Paupers / Taylor v. Shum (Assignment to a Pauper) / Anecdotes from the Bar / etc. etc.