Speech delivered by Eneas Macdonnell, Esq., at a meeting of the inhabitants of Mayo, held, July 16th, 1826;
wherein the ancient fame of Ireland, and her liberal contributions to the diffusion of religion, science and civilization, throughout Great Britain and other nations, are, in part, illustrated.
|Main Creator:||Macdonnell, Eneas, 1783-1858|
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Dublin: Printed by T. Reilly, 1828.
Dedicated to the Protestant clergy of England, and the Catholic clergy of Ireland.
Physical description: 32 p. 22 cm.
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|Ir 32341 p 38||Main Reading Room||Irish|