The answer of Denis Feagan, breeches-maker, at Edenderry to the letter of Darby Tracy [Sedan] chairman in St. James's-street, London :
wherein is clearly proved the bad effects and misfortunes an union with Great Britain, will have on the interest and happiness of the common people of Ireland : Nabouclish.
|Main Creator:||Feagan, Denis, pseud.|
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Dublin : printed for James Moore, 1799.
Denis Feagan is a pseudonym.
Note to the printer signed and dated: W. E. December 23d 1799.
Also issued as part of: 'Tracts on the subject of an union', v.7, Dublin, 1800.
[Address to the printer signed W.F.].
Physical description: 12 p. ; 8vo