Charles Kendal Bushe

Charles Kendal Bushe (1767 – 10 July 1843), was an Irish lawyer and judge. Known as "silver-tongued Bushe" because of his eloquence, he was Solicitor-General for Ireland from 1805 to 1822 and Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench for Ireland from 1822 to 1841. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1799
Dublin: printed. And Cork re-printed By Edwards, Haly, and Connor, Booksellers

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1798
Printed by J. Moore

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1799
Dublin printed, London reprinted for J. Debrett

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1798
Printed by J. Moore

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1793
printed by P. Byrne, Grafton-Street

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1798
printed by James Moore

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1798
printed by James Moore, No. 45, College-Green

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1799
printed by James Moore, No. 45, College-Green

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1798
printed by James Moore, No. 45, College-Green

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by Bushe, Charles Kendal
Published 1799
Dublin, printed: London, reprinted for J. Debrett

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by Burrowes, Peter
Published 1798
James Moore, No. 45, College-green
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