Report of the trials before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice and the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron, at the Special Commission for the County Tipperary held at Clonmel : commencing on the 24th of January, and ending on the 1st of February, 1848 /
At the height of the Famine as some landlords presed penniless peasant tenants for rents there was a dramatic upsurge in agrarian crime in Ireland. 15,000 extra troops were brought into the country. In December 1847, the Crime and OUtrage (Ireland) Act was passed in an attempt to repress it. To c...
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