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A catechism of the history of Ireland, ancient and modern [microform] / by W.J. O'Neill Daunt.

Main Author: Daunt, William J. O'Neill, 1807-1894.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin : J. Duffy, 1844.
Subjects: Ireland > History
Note: Filmed with: Outlines of the history of Ireland from the earliest times to 1900 / P.W. Joyce -- Marx, Engels and Lenin on Ireland / Ralph Fox -- The case of Ireland stated / Mary Francis Cusack -- Ireland, the outpost / Grenville A.J. Cole -- Ireland from the earliest times to the present day / Robert Dunlop -- Some Irish problems / Henry Noel Brailsford -- Calendar of Archbishop Alen's Register, c. 1172-1534 / Charles McNeill - - The history of Drogheda / John D'Alton.
Master Negative No. 95-0206.
Physical Description: v, 152, 2 p. ; 15 cm.
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