Speech of Thomas Steele, Esq : at the breakfast, on Tuesday, the 4th of January, 1831 on Stanley's stupid, ignorant and wicked circurlar to the Magistrates of Ireland, O'Connell in the chair /
|Main Creator:||Steele, Thomas, 1788-1848|
Handwitten at bottom of this broadside lower right [by Thomas Steele] is: 'This was the first speech for which I was prosecuted'. On verso is handwritten [by Steele]: "To Desmond Florence McCarthy, Esq. with the very grateful remembrance of his friend, Thomas Steele, O'Connell's head pacificator of Ireland, June, 1844.'
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Limerick : Thomas Steele of Lough O'Connell, County Clare, 1831.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 58 x 40 cm.
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