O'Connell and the Wesleyans :
the calumnies, falsehoods, and religion of O'Connell exposed, the queries proposed by his son Maurice satisfactorily answered, and Protestantism defended, in seven letters, the last of which is now published for the first time, with Babylon fallen, a poem in 32 stanzas /
by Daniel M'Afee.
|Main Creator:||McAfee, Daniel, 1791-1873.|
|Published / Created:||
Cork : (printed for the author,) by Purcell & Son, 88, Patrick Street, 1839.
Physical description: 72 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
In vol. stamped: O'Kelley Gift
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|Dix Cork 1839||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|
|P 1581(16b)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|