Title: Metropolitan Police, Dublin]
Publisher: Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Book Condition: Very Good
1831. [Accounts relating to:- The expenses incurred in the several parishes within the metropolitan district, on account of the nightly watch and day police, for the year preceding the establishment of the metropolitan police; of the monies demanded, received, and now remaining due, under the metropolitan police act, since the employment of the metropolitan police; and of any general orders issued by the secretary of state, or the magistrates appointed under the metropolitan police act, since the 7th of June 1830.] This document goes into extraordinary detail about the expenses incurred by the police in each individual part of Dublin - under headings such as, pay of officers, arms, pensions, heating and horses. The amounts demanded by the police are also included, as are intriguing general orders from the magistrates to the police force, including treatment of prisoners, order of appearance etc. In very good condition. 21pp. Disbound, housed in protective file. First edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # BP0128198
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