The union of 1801, 41 Geo. III., Cap. 47 (all on one side), does and always will draw away from Ireland her men of skill, genius, capital, and rank; all who raise, strengthen, and distinguish a nation. A federal (the only fair) union between Great Britain and Ireland inevitable, and most desirable for both islands. Lord John Russell and the Whigs, better conservatives than Sir Robert Peel and the Tories. /
By J.G.V. Porter, ...
|Main Creator:||Porter, John Grey V.|
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London: : Ridgway, Piccadilly; Fisher, Son, & Co., Newgate-Street, Keene, College-Green, Dublin., 
Imprint date from Pref.
Publisher's advertisement on p.  of wrapper.
Errattum slip tipped in before t.p.
Physical description: [i-v] vi-x,  12-71,  p.,  leaf of plates (folded) ; 21 cm.
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