Irish improvidence encouraged by English bounty;
being a remonstrance against the government projects for Irish relief, and suggestions of measures by which the Irish poor can be speedily and effectually fed, relieved, employed, and elevated above their present degraded position, without taxing English industry for this purpose.
By an ex-member of the British Parliament.
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London : James Ridgway, [1847?]
Physical description: 16 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
Author's presentation copy to William Smith O'Brien
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