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The Present case of Ireland plainly stated : a plea for my people and my race / by M.F. Cusack.

Main Author: Cusack, Mary Francis, 1829-1899.
Related Names: Foley, John J. , donor.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : P.J. Kenedy, 1881.
Subjects: O'Connell, Daniel, > 1775-1847.
M'Carthy, William Stack, > defendant.
O'Connor, Jeremiah, > defendant.
O'Sullivan, Andrew, > defendant.
O'Connor, Gerald, > defendant.
Trials > Ireland.
Land tenure > Ireland.
Irish question.
Nationalism > Ireland.
Ireland > Politics and government > 19th century.
Ireland > History > 19th century.
Note: Publisher's advertisements on p. [1]-[2] at end.
Gift of John J. Foley.
Physical Description: [xix], 414, liv, [2] p., [12] leaves of plates : ports. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
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