The Tholsell Court was established for the settlement of small debts, with the [Lord] Mayor and Sheriffs of Dublin presiding. The surviving records, held in Dublin City Library & Archive, range from the early 17th to the mid-18th century, and are in secretary hand. This transcript by Bridget McCormack makes these records accessible, while the introduction by Toby Barnard contextualises the records.
This is the first book in a three-volume series on architectural history, richly illustrated and written for the general reader. Unpacking the history of Dublin's architecture during the 20th century, each book covers a period, in chronological sequence.