Catalog Record: 'A peep over the barleycorn' : in the firing line with the P.W.O., 2nd West Yorkshire Regiment, through the relief of Ladysmith. | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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'A peep over the barleycorn' : in the firing line with the P.W.O., 2nd West Yorkshire Regiment, through the relief of Ladysmith. / By "Jack the sniper.".

Main Author: O'Mahony, Charles James.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin: : Printed by John T. Drought, 6 Bachelor's Walk., 1911..
Subjects: O'Mahony, Charles James.
Great Britain. > Army. > West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).
South African War, 1899-1902 > Personal narratives, British.
Ladysmith (South Africa) > History > Siege, 1899-1900.
Note: Includes "A supplement of sorrow. Death of the author. His last despatch from the final firing-line. A wee tribute to his memory by one who knew him." Dublin, October 9th, 1911.
Preface subscribed: Charles James Mahony.
Physical Description: [1-7] 8-214, [2] p., [12] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
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