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County of Armagh - Court Records - Book List


  • ---, A letter addressed to the late Grand Jury of Armagh with some observations on the subject of tithes, Dublin, 1808
  • Armagh, County of Armagh, Spring [-Summer] Assizes, 1823, At a general Assizes and jail delivery, held at Armagh ... March, 1823: the following presentments were made by the grand jury, pr. by Robert Stevenson, Armagh, 1823
  • Armagh, County of Armagh, Spring [-Summer, 1824], At a general Assizes and jail delivery, held at Armagh ... March, [1824]: the following presentments were made by the grand jury, pr. by Robert Stevenson, Armagh, 1824
  • Armagh, Lent assizes, 1837. At a general assizes and gaol delivery held at Armagh ... on Wednesday the 15th day of March, 1837 ..., pr. by Alexander Peacock, Newry, 1837
  • Church of Ireland, Provincial Court of Armagh. John Pullman, Appellant. Arthur Rawlins, Respondent, [n.p.] 1866
  • Fletcher, William (d. 1771), A brief remonstrance to Mr. Justice Fletcher occasioned by his charge to the grand jury of the County Armagh, 12th March, 1818, pr. by Thady Maguire, Ballynahone, 1818
  • Free Citizen of Dublin, A letter from a free citizen of Dublin, to a freeholder in the county of Armagh, printed in the year, Dublin, 1753
  • Impartial Observer, A few remarks on the pamphlet of Richard Wilson, Esq., including a brief account of the trial, on which the persons accused of burning O'Neil's house in the county of Armagh were acquitted, Printed by J. Stockdale, Dublin, 1807
  • Ireland, Assizes (Armagh, Northern Ireland), The respective charges given to the grand jury of the county of Armagh, at the general assizes held there July 23, 1763, by the then going judges of assize, Mr. Justice Robinson, and Mr. Justice Tenison; ... and now republished ... , printed for William Mc. Kenzie, Dublin, 1787
  • Miller, George, Judgment of the Consistorial Court of Armagh involving the question of the law of marriage in Ireland, M'Walters, Armagh, 1840
  • Robinson, Christopher (b. 1712 or 13), The respective charges; given to the grand jury of the county of Armagh, at the general assizes held there, July 23, 1763, by ... Mr. Justice Robinson, and Mr. Justice Tenison; ..., printed for George and Alexander Ewing, Dublin, 1763
  • Tell-truth, Thomas, A letter from a gentleman in the county of Armagh to his friend in Dublin. Occasioned by the late robbery of the Northern Mail, printed in the year, Dublin, 1753