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Baron Smith"s charge to the grand jury of the county of Kildare

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Baron Smith"s charge to the grand jury of the county of Kildare

delivered at Lent Assizes 1832, and published at their unanimous request.

by Smith.

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Published by Printed by E & S. Rorke in Dublin .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMLCS 84/00483 (K)
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. ; 21 cm.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2919629M
LC Control Number84152646

  The grand jury presented that Lord Dacre and his uncle, Sir Christopher, had in the last war adhered to the Scots, the king's enemies, aiding and abetting them by holding secret meetings and making private treaties with Lord Maxwell, the lairds of Buccleuch and Hempsfield, and the Scots of Liddesdale, to the destruction of the king's true Courthouse committee given £ 'to compensate Rd Morrison architect for his expense in making plans and estimated for the repairs and improvements of the County Sessions House' in Trim furnished by him to the Grand Jury'. (Also paid £s.9d. to architect named Johnston for model.) Refs:(SIR).

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