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Norbury, John Toler, Earl of, 1745-1831 National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO

Norbury, John Toler 1745-1831 Earl of ISNI

John Toler, 1st Earl of Norbury Irish politician Wikidata

VIAF ID: 58165461 (Personal)


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Calendar of prisoners in custody of the H.C. High Sheriff County Carlow, listing nineteen prisoners held for various offences, and tried before Lord Norbury, 'The Hanging Judge', and another part document signed 'Norbury'; also, an item announcing the death of Lady Norbury National Library of Ireland
The judgments lately pronounced by the Right Hon. Lord Norbury, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and by Mr. Justice Fletcher, on an application made to that Court for a new trial, in a cause, in which the Hon. Frederick Cavendish was plaintiff, and the Hope Insurance Company of London were defendants. Together with the argument of Charles Burton, ... in support of said application. To which is added, an appendix, containing "The arrogant and nonsensical proclamation" of the jurors who tried said cause; the several letters of the plaintiff, addressed to those jurors, ... with Some hints to "the inquisitors." National Library of Ireland
Letter from John Toler, Earl of Norbury, to unknown recipient, thanking him for his "kind and goodnatured" note National Library of Ireland
R Emmett : born, 4th March 1778 executed, 20th September 1803. National Library of Ireland
Seduction. : A full and correct report of a trial for seduction, wherein Nicholas Kavanagh, of Kilcullen in the County of Kildare, was plaintiff, and Edward Kelly, of New Abbey in said county, defendant; as tried before Lord Norbury and a respectable jury, on Tuesday, 31st July, 1821, in which is given a full report of the splendid speeches of counsellors Wallace and North on the part of the plaintiff, and Goold and O'Connell on the part of the defendant. Verdict for the plaintiff £400 damages, and 6d. costs.. National Library of Ireland
Speech from the dock National Library of Ireland

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