Ireland exhibited from 1782 to 1834.
by W.J. Battersby.
|Main Creator:||Battersby, W. J. (William Joseph)|
Large letterpress broadside poster, [black font printed on buff coloured paper], detailing the decline of the Irish economy, under some of the following headings 'Past and Present State of Trades in Dublin'; 'Offices Abolished in, or Transferred from Ireland Since The Union'; a 'Synoptic View of Ireland'; 'Present State of Dublin'; 'Emigration', 'Fever-Famine'; 'Unemployed in Ireland' and 'Increase in Crime'. A footnote printed at lower left of sheet: "N.B. - To every lover of truth, liberty and justice; this Table gives, in one view, the state of Ireland, from 1782, to 1834, a period of 52 years...Those who wish to know the history of Ireland before and since the Union; of absenteeism, past and present; howwhen and by whom the Union was carried, and how it has effectedthe liberty, literature, agriculture, trade, manufacture, commerce and people of ireland and England, can read the "Repealer's Manual", published distinct from, or together with this sheet and its explanation - W.J.B. [William Joseph Battersby] 14th April, 1834.
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Dublin : O'Flanagan, Printer, 25, Batchelor's-walk, 14th April, 1834.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside ; 90 x 30 cm..
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