English Divorce Granted After Errant Wife Run to Earth in Four Courts Hotel, 1904

Slander Action over Michael Collins’ Death Ends in Ha’penny Damages, 1958

Irish Barrister and Historian Falls Victim to the Alps, 1908

Bicycle Theft from Four Courts Yard Ends in Probation Act for Fifteen Intrepid Pre-Teens, 1957

Jephson v Brenon, 1909, Pt 4: The Outcome

Jephson v Brenon, 1909, Pt 3: The Evidence of Edward St. John Brenon

The Strange, Sad Case of Jephson v Brenon, 1909 – Pt 2, The Cache of Letters

Discovered in a Garret in Naples: The Case of Jephson v Brenon, 1909, Pt 1

Country Litigants, and Other Frequenters of the Four Courts, 1822

The Battle of Pill Lane, 1829

Sudden Deaths at the Angel Hotel, Inns Quay, 1852-1882

Defenders of the Home Front: The Four Courts Veteran Volunteer Corps in 1916

Mr Dunn BL Goes to Law, 1840

The King’s Inns Commission, 1871-2

A Daring Escape from Green Street Courthouse, 1904

The Divorce of a Deputy Crier, 1885-91

Rushing to Court across the Rubicon, c.1790

The Trial of Luke Dillon for the Rape and Seduction of Anne Frizell, 1831

Attainted Aristocrat Dies in Private Lodgings on Inns Quay, 1726

Tailor Arrested for Dancing the Polka in Sackville Street, 1844

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