Mr. O'Leary's defence :
containing a vindication of his conduct and writings during the late disturbances in Munster : with a full justification of the Catholics, and an account of the risings of the white-boys : In answer to the false accusations of Theophilus [pseud., i.e. Rt. Hon. P. Duigenan] and the ill-grounded insinuations of the Right Reverend Doctor Woodward, Lord Bishop of Cloyne.
|Main Creator:||O'Leary, Arthur, 1729-1802.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin : printed by P. Byrne, 1787.
|Edition:||The second edition.|
An answer to P. Duigenan's 'An address to the nobility and gentry'.
With a final advertisement leaf.
Without the portrr.
With this copy are bound four other works by O'Leary, as follows: ... Defence ... / Arthur O'Leary. Dublin, Printed by P. Byrne, 1787. (175 p. ; 8vo) -- 1. Rev. A. O'Leary's Address to the lords spiritual and temporal of the Parliament of Great Britain; to which is annexed, an account of Sir Henry Mildmay's Bill relative to nuns. London pr., and Dublin repr. by H. Fitzpatrick, 1800. (44 p. ; 8vo) -- 2. A narrative of the misunderstanding between the Rev. A. O'Leary and the Rev. Mr. Hussey. Dublin, James Mehain, 1791. (32 p. ; 8vo) -- 3. A funeral oration on the late Rev. Arthur O'Leary, pronounced at St. Patrick's Chapel, Sutton Street, Soho Square, the 14th of January, 1802, by the Rev. Morgan D'Arcy. London, Keating, etc., 1802. (, 30 p. ; 8vo).
Physical description: 175,p. : ill., port. ; 8vo
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