The Royal visit, containing a full and circumstantial account of every thing connected with the King's visit to Ireland; :
his private landing.-- Public entry,-- illuminations,-- the review,-- going in state to Christ's Church,-- the levee,-- drawing-room,-- corporation and college dinners;-- his visits to the theatre, public institutions, Slane, the Curragh, the installation, &c.-- His Majesty's departure,-- Powerscourt,-- embarkation,-- his letter, &c. including the addresses, with their answers, and twenty odes and ballads, composed on that occasion, with various anecdotes and incidents, that have not as yet, appeared before the public; the particular occurences of every day regularly arranged and set in order, commencing with the happy union of parties, and the circumstances that led thereto, and ending with His Majesty's arrival in London; nothing is omitted, that has the least bearing on the subject. ...
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Dublin : Printed by C. Crookes, for P. Byrne, no. 26, Angleasea-street, 1821..
Physical description: , [i] ii-vi,  4-188 p. : port ; 20 cm.
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|Ir 94108 g 1||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|J 94108||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|
|Ir 3239 r 29||Main Reading Room||Irish|