great speech of Richard O'Gorman, Jun., Esq., delivered at the Cooper Institute, New York, December, 1863.
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"New Year's Supplement for 1864" "Irishman" Office, 33 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin. Refers to Richard O'Gorman's speech at the Cooper Institute [The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, now known as the Cooper Union in the East Village, Manhattan] on the anniversary of the November Uprising (1830–31) known as the Cadet Revolution that began on 29 November 1830 in Warsaw. Young Irelander O'Gorman escaped to New York following the failed rebellion; he established a law practive with John Blake Dillon in New York; by 1869, he was counsel to New York corporation and was appointed to the Superior Court of New York in 1880.
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Dublin : "Irishman" Office, 1864.
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Physical description: 1 sheet ; 57 x 34 cm.
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