liquor licensing laws of Ireland from 1660 to 1890 containing all the statutes, and afull note of all the Irish and English cases relating to the sale by retail of intoxicating liquor, and the management of licensed houses, with the chief excise provisions on the same subject : also tables of English and Irish corresponding sections and penalties, and a copious index by Ireland.

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Statementby William Albert Sargent.
ContributionsSargent, William Albert.
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Paginationl, 476 p. ;
Number of Pages476
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Open LibraryOL20735322M

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