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Author Great Britain. Special Commission to Inquire into Charges and Allegations Against Certain Members of Parliament and Others.

Title The Special Commission Act 1888 : report of the proceedings before the commissioners appointed by the Act
Published London : George Edward Wright, 1890
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Description 1 online resource (4 volumes (xvi, 803 pages, 805 pages, 746 pages, 545, xxxv pages)
Series World trials library.
Summary The Commission was appointed to inquire into, and report to, the House on the truth or falsehood of all the charges made by the defendants, John Walter, the registered proprietor, and G.E. Wright, the printer and publisher of the Times newspaper, against Charles Stewart Parnell and other Irish members of Parliament, in the course of an action entitled "O'Donnell v. Walter and another."
Notes "Reprinted from the Times."
Commissioners: Sir James Hannen, Sir John Charles Day, Sir Archibald Levin Smith
Includes indexes
Title from PDF title page, viewed Apr. 19, 2008
Subject Parnell, Charles Stewart, 1846-1891.
Conspiracies -- Ireland.
Home rule -- Ireland.
Irish question.
Phoenix Park Assassination, 1882.
Trials (Political crimes and offenses) -- Ireland.
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.
Form Electronic book
Author Hannen, James Hannen, Baron, 1821-1901.
Great Britain. Royal Courts of Justice.
Other Titles Report of the proceedings before the commissioners appointed by the Act
OTHER TI Times (London, England : 1788)