[IRISH PARLIAMENT] A Collection of all the Statutes Now in Use with Notes in the Margin: And A Continuation of the Statutes made in the Reign of the late King Charles the First, of every blessed Memory: And likewise the Acts of Settlement and Explanation, with the rest of the Acts made in the Reign of His Majestie that now is, Charles the Second, by the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, to the Dissolution of the Parliament, the Seventh of August, 1666. Engraved frontispiece of the Royal Coat of Arms. With illustration. 119 Dublin: Printed by Benjamin Tooke, Printer to the King, 1678. Folio. pp. , 944. Contemporary full panelled calf, spine professionally rebacked. Early scrolled signature dated at Dublin, 1683 on front free endpaper. A very good copy. Extremely scarce.
“COPAC locates 5 copies only with this imprint. WorldCat 4. Wing I 356 Sweeney 2518.
His is an updated reprint of the Sir Thomas Bolton work on Irish Statutes, first published in 1621, and now enlarged through the inclusion of the final Parliament of Charles I together with the Parliament of Charles II.
Page 556 mislabelled 559; pages 691-692 repeated in numbering.
Lacking page numbers 700-799; catchword does not match between 699 and 800, but register is continuous. Recto of initial leaf is blank, with the Royal coat of arms on the verso. Text printed in Gothic type with printed marginal notes.” 1678 IRISHPARLIAMENT.
L1 BC 2D