2 edition of History of Ireland, 1798-1924 found in the catalog.
History of Ireland, 1798-1924
O"Connor, James Sir
|Statement||by the Rt. Hon. Sir James O"Connor ...|
|LC Classifications||DA950 .O25|
|The Physical Object|
Nineteenth-Century Ireland',] E[nglish] H[istorical] R[eview] (I), only mentions secret ballot on p. in connexion with allegations of feigned illiteracy during the Parnellite versus Anti-Parnellite rows of the I's. 9 Sir James O'Connor, History of Ireland, , II, Right Hon. Sir James O’Connor () History of Ireland in two volumes. Volume 1: original leather binding with gold lettering and decoration on spine. Pages in heavy paper with rough-cut edges. pages. Overall in very good condition. Volume2: pages in equally good condition as Volume 1.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical History of Ireland Online version: O'Connor, James, Sir, History of Ireland, New York: Johnson Reprint, Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Connor, James, Sir, History of Ireland, London: Arnold, This is a more conventional history of the legendary, heroic, period that he treated in his seminal History of Ireland, The bardic style of the earlier work, while of enormous importance in promoting the Literary Revival, had drawn adverse criticism from orthodox historians, and this book was written along fairly conventional lines to.
8 Gwyn, W. B., Democracy and the Cost of Politics, p. assumes Irish nationalism needed the protection of the secret ballot. Hanham, H. J., Elections and Party Management: Politics in the Time of Disraeli and Gladstone, mentions the pre-Ballot Act successes of Home Rule, yet seems to accept Parnel's assessment both in the introduction, at p.
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And oh so very true. Dominic Winter 10 & 12 November Book sale. Dominic Winter 10 & 12 November Book sale 8vo, together with O’Connor (Rt. Hon. History of Ireland James), History of Ireland2. The History of Ireland from the earliest period in the yearwhen the Annals of Boyle, which are adopted, as the running text authority, terminate.
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; & 12 others of Irish interest, all good. As a box lot. (1). Upper Newtownards Road Belfast BT4 3HX Telphone: 90 Email: [email protected] History of Ireland O'Connor, Rt Hon.
Sir James ; Edward Arnold & Co., London; first edition, second impression; hard cover in 2 volumes; vol I:pp and volume II:pp. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spines.
Cracked and frayed bindings, but intact. Contents are clean. SOLD thank you: L See section two of the catalogue for additional areas of historical interest.
GENERAL HISTORIES. LELAND, THOMAS: The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry 11 with a Preliminary Discourse on the Ancient State of that Kingdom, 3 Vols. Dublin, Smith pp/pp/pp (). History of Ireland (). Hogarth on the Square: Framing the Freemasons,” House of Commons, British Parliament.
Report of a Committee of Secrecy of of the House of Commons. ().Author: Mark Coleman Wallace. The first two pages are drawn mainly from "Ireland" in Vol. XIII of the Ninth Edition of The Encyclopaedia Britannica. The remainder is' nearly all drawn from an excellent vork by Sir James O'Connor entitled "History of Ireland, ", published by George H.
Doran Co., of New York, in two volumes, of which the first only was used.) ( Vol. 42, No. 1, Mar., Published by: The Each issue consists of five or six insightful articles by leading scholars as well as 30 to 40 scholarly and useful book reviews. History of Ireland, by James O'Connor.
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