Jail journal, commenced on board the "Shearwater" steamer, in Dublin Bay :
continued at Spike Island--on board the "Scourge" war steamer--on board the "Dromedary" hulk, Bermuda--on board the "Neptune" convict ship--at Pernambuco--at the Cape of Good Hope (during the anti-convict rebellion)--at Van Diemen's land--at Sydney--at Tahiti--at San Francisco--at Greytown--and concluding at no. 3 pier, North River, New York. With an introductory narrative of transactions in Ireland /
By John Mitchel ...
|Main Creator:||Mitchel, John, 1815-1875.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin : M.H. Gill & Son, Ltd.; [etc., etc.], 1918.
|Edition:||Original ed., with a continuation of the journal in New York and Paris, a preface, appendices, and illustrations.|
Preface signed: Arthur Griffith.
"The present edition is reprinted from 'The Citizen'--Mitchel's first New York newspaper--in which the 'Jail journal' was originally published, from January 14th, 1854, to August 19th, 1854."
With short biographical sketch.
Physical description: xlvii, 463,  p. incl. front. : ill., ports., facsim. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
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|Ir 32341 m 33||Main Reading Room||Irish|