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Pieces of Irish history, illustrative of the condition of the Catholics of Ireland; of the origin and progress of the political system of the United Irishmen; and of their transactions with the Anglo-Irish government.

Author: William James MacNeven
Publisher: Published by William James Mac Neven ... New York: Printed for Bernard Dornin, No. 136, Pearl Street, 1807.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Eleven pieces, chiefly by or concerning the editor and T. A. Emmet.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Thomas Addis Emmet; Thomas Addis Emmet
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William James MacNeven
OCLC Number: 4383300
Notes: Eleven pieces, chiefly by or concerning the editor and T.A. Emmet.
Description: 4 preliminary leaves, xxiii, 305 pages 22 cm
Contents: Part of an essay, &c. / T.A. Emmet --
Introduction to the digest of the Popery Laws / Hon. Simon Butler --
An account of the greaty, &c. / W.J. Mac Neven --
Memoir, &c. / Messrs. Emmet, O'Connor and Mac Neven --
Examinations of W.J. Mac Neven before the secret committees of the lords and commons of Ireland --
Examinations of T.A. Emmet, ditto --
Letter of Rufus King to Henry Jackson, Esq. --
Letters of T.A. Emmet to Rufus King, Esq. --
Statistical essay on the population and resources of Ireland / W.J. Mac Neven --
Circulat letter relative to a history of Ireland / W.J. Mac Neven

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Eleven pieces, chiefly by or concerning the editor and T. A. Emmet.

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