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Two Tragic Barrister Trip and Falls at Wilton Place, 1882-1911

An Order of Habeas Corpus

A Bull Lane Girl’s Day Out, 1876

The ‘Hard-Swearers’ of Henrietta Street, 1844 

The Dangers of Wedding an Improvident Bride, 1832-1849

Gurgles from the Grave as Judicial Rivalry Continues into the Afterlife, 1882-1979

The Arran Quay Ghost, 1837

Wife Sued for Libel by Estranged Husband After Circulating Hand-Bills Seeking Name of her Predecessor, 1862

‘Briefless Junior’ Secures Life-Changing Career Success by Standing in for Senior Detained on Field of Honour, 1815

Witchcraft in Waterford, 1886

The Great Dublin Lodging House Theft, 1847

From the Four Courts to Buenos Aires, 1790-1830

Eight Days in a Lifeboat for Author of Indispensable Irish Criminal Law Text Torpedoed off Africa, 1941

Kidnapped Fermoy Solicitor Negotiates his own Ransom, Subsequently Sues for its Recovery, 1922-26

The Judge’s Son Who Shelled the Four Courts, 1922

A Wizard in Court, 1856-1870

Revolving Doors Require No Hands, 1954

The Time They Tried to Move the Four Courts to London, 1850

Note of Thanks Left Behind as Sweet-Toothed Rebels Vacate Requisitioned Solicitor’s Office, 1916

Portico Problems, 1786-1925

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