NAME: Library Ancillary Collection Back to list of Collections
IE BL/LA is original material discovered in our donated private library collections during cataloguing. This material is usually not related directly to the published book, but inserted into it by the previous owner, as either a book-mark or perhaps using the book as a form of storage. Rather than allow this loose material on the open shelves, UCC Library Archives takes in the material and lists it as “Library Ancillary”.
SCOPE AND CONTENT:
The material is given a reference number matching the Dewey classification of the published work it came from, and listed in date-order.
BL/LA/347.01 OCON pt.1 is a mix of official legal documents and publications relating to law.
CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE:
Access: Available by appointment with the Archives Service to holders of UCC Readers tickets.
Finding Aid: Item Description (see below)
BL/LA/347.01 OCON pt.1
This is material found during the cataloguing of the book The Irish Justice of the Peace: a treatise on the powers and duties of justices of the peace in Ireland by Sir James O’Connor (347.01 OCON pt.1)
1931 – 17 Aug 1942
Copy of Circuit Court (Fees) Order, 1931; copy of The Gazette of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland Vol. XXX, No.10, April 1937; postcard to Messrs. Gregg, Jermyn & Sons, South Mall, Cork, from Heffernan’s Tourist Agency, South Mall, Cork, advertising the regular train service between Cork and Dublin, includes a 1/2d Irish stamp (1941); and a “Summons to Tax” issued by [C. Twomey] (Acting Country Registrar), Circuit No. 2, Cork City and County, Circuit Court of Justice, in the case of Webster, Jacob and Williams (Plaintiffs) versus Wolfe and O’Connor (Defendants). It is officially stamped with the Circuit Court of Justice, Circuit No.2, Cork, stamp.
Last updated: 08 March 2016