The reformer; or, An infallible remedy to prevent pauperism and periodical returns of famine, with other salutary measures for the support of the destitute poor,
the enforcement of cleanliness, suppression of usury, and establishing the futility of the plan of William Smith O'Brien, Esq., (formerly Member of Parliament for Ennis, and now for Co. Limerick,) to mitigate any of those grievances in Ireland; also, several amendments, and most important hints to landlords and to the government, which lay open at one view the evils of the Irish nation, and their remedies, never treated of in any former publication whatsoever.
|Main Creator:||Connery, James.|
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London, J. Murray, 1836.
|Edition:||6th ed., containing three appropriate engravings, and several additional pages of very useful and important matter.|
Physical description: 72 p. plates.
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|P 1125||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|