3 edition of Recollections of a visit to Great Britain and Ireland in the summer of 1862 found in the catalog.
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Ned Fenton's portfolio / J. Morphy. Quebec, Mode of access: ; DA no. Bound with DA noBANC; DA no. Irish pamphlets, no. 45Author: John. Morphy. The following passage, from William Palmer’s Recollections of a Visit to Great Britain and Ireland in the Summer of (Quebec,pp.
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Ireland’s industrial heritage: the past you might not know we had in Britain or Ireland, and the streets of Dublin were paved before those of London. to help show the role of printing in.Book III (continued) --Ministerial changes --Visits in Ireland --End of Irish office --literary postscript --Book IV.
Policies and persons -- A tract before the times -- A summer in the Highlands -- Policies and persons -- Visit to America -- An Easter digression -- Liberalism restored -- Book V.