Policing Western Europe: Politics, Professionalism, and Public Order, 1850-1940

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taught a working class dangerously close to revolution to regard the government as their friend."34 In Ireland, the failure of law and criminal procedures to avert rebellion tested English institutions and ideas to their limits. The organization and role of the police needs to be studied much more in the context of the problems posed by the failure of the acceptance of the rule of law in Ireland.


Notes
1.
K. Boyle, "Police in Ireland before the Union, I, II, and III" Irish Jurist ( 1972): 7, 115-37, Irish Jurist ( 1973): 8, 90-116, 323-48. Also useful, see: Derek Sheills, "The Resident Magistracy in Ireland 1860-1922." (unpublished paper).

Also see: Tadgh O'Ceallaigh, "Peel and Police Reform in Ireland," Studia Hibernia ( 1966): 25-48; Robert Curtis, The History of the Royal Irish Constabulary ( Dublin, 1905); S. H. Palmer, Police and Protest in England and Ireland 1780-1850 ( Cambridge, 1988).

Generally see: Clive Emsley, Policing and its Context 1750-1870 ( London, 1983). Also see: Police and Policing: Past and Present Colloquium ( Oxford, 1983).

2.
See: "Belfast Police Commission 1864". Reports of the Commissioners of Inquiry, 1864, respecting the magisterial and police jurisdiction, arrangements and establishments of the borough of Belfast, P.P. 1865 XXCIII, I. Minutes of evidence, P.P. 1865 XXCIII, 27.

Also see: Constabulary (Ireland) Commission 1866. Report of Commissioners, Chairman: E. H. Knatchbull Hugessen, 1866. XXXIV 167. Vincent Committee on Royal Irish Constabulary Report of the Committee of Inquiry, 1901, Sir Chairman Howard Vincent. Cd. 1087, P.P. 1902 XLII. 279. Royal Irish Constabulary and Dublin Metropolitan Police. Report of the Committee of Inquiry, 1914, Chairman: Sir David Harrel , Cd. 7421 H. C. ( 1914) IV, 247. Minutes of evidence (Cd. 7637) H. C. ( 1914-16) XXXII 359.

3.
C. S. Parker, Sir Robert Peel from his Private Papers, 3 vols. ( London, 1891), ii, 120-21.
4.
J. F. McEldowney, "Some aspects of law and policy in the administration of Criminal justice in nineteenth-century Ireland," in:

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