An impartial view, of the causes leading this country to the necessity of an union;
in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted; and in which is contained, a history of the rise and progress of Orange Men; a reply to Cease your funning, and Mr. Jebb.
|Main Creator:||Grady, Thomas, d. 1842.|
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Dublin : printed for B. Dornin, 1799.
Anonymous. By Thomas Grady.
Edition statement from head of titlepage.
Also issued as part of: 'Tracts on the subject of an union', vol.2, Dublin, 1799.
Physical description: ,53,p. ; 8⁰.
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