O'Higgins, Kathleen, 1974.
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Marital Desertion in Dublin: An Exploratory Study . O'Higgins, K (ESRI, Dublin, 1974). Fogarty, Michael (ESRI, Dublin, 1973). Irish Entrepreneurs Speak For Themselves . Irish Pensions Schemes, 1969 . Kaim-Caudle, P R; Byrne, J G; O'Toole, A (ESRI, Dublin, 1971).
Marital desertion in Dublin. an exploratory study. by Kathleen O'Higgins. Divorce, Desertion and non-support. Bibliography: p. 181-183.
by Kathleen O'Higgins.
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Her book presents the latter in a more favourable light, reporting that she did witness women being given divorces, and the judges explicitly asserting that they live as British . A Sharia courts offers mediation in a marital cases.
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Though published in 1821, the book intended to depict an earlier period; this event was to have taken place in 1776. 18 Kent, David . ‘Gone for a Soldier’: Family Breakdown and the Demography of Desertion in a London Parish, 1750–1791, Local Population Studies 45 (1990): 31. 19 John Black, Illegitimacy and the Urban Poor in London, 1740–1830 (PhD thesis, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, 1999), 167–68.
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