On the sewed muslin trade of Ireland.
and the necessity of encouraging manufacture in rural districts, as a means of preventing too great an excess of emigration.
By Daniel Sheriff. The subject of a paper read at the meeting of the Social Science Association, in Dublin, August 16, 1861, with some additional statements received.
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London : Emily Faithfull, Printer and Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Princes Street, Hanover Square, and 83A, Farringdon Street, 
Advertisement dated: April 2, 1863.
Reproduction of original in British Library, London.
Physical description: 18 p. ; 16p0s.
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