Title: Dublin Police]
Publisher: Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Book Condition: Very Good
1833. [Dublin Police: Return of the name and date of appointment of Treasurer, Secretary, Collectors, and Clerks employed at the head police office, holding situations at salaries of £80. per annum and upwards;- also, the amount of security entered into by each person, whether by bond or otherwise, for the faithful discharge of duty, and the name of such sureties, and the date thereof;- also, the amount of losses by defaulting collectors, each year, from the 5th January 1820 to 5th January 1832; and the total sums returned as lost by insolvent inhabitants, &c. each year, during said period.] Very good copy, single page. An interesting view on police and tax collecting during the period, in Dublin. Disbound, housed in protective file. First edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # BP0128194
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