The Resource An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union : in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb

An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union : in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb

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An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union : in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb
Title
An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union
Title remainder
in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb
Title variation
Ireland -- union to free state, 211-232
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IBV
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d. 1842
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Grady, Thomas
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Ireland -- union to free state
Series volume
220
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  • Bushe, Charles Kendal
  • Bushe, Charles Kendal
  • Jebb, Richard
  • Cooke, Edward
  • Ireland
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An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union : in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb
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  • Signatures: 1 leaf unsigned, B-G, H1
  • Issued anonymously. By Thomas Grady
  • Also issued with slightly different wording on the t.p
  • The pamphlet Cease your funning is by Charles Kendal Bushe (also issued under title: The Union: or Cease your funning). The pamphlet by Richard Jebb has title: A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, Arguments for and against an Union [by Edward Cooke]
Extent
1 online resource ([2], 53 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Research Library) copy bound with other pamphlets in a vol. with binder's title: Ireland-- union to free state, 211-232.
  • Bound volume includes: [no. 211]. A history or brief chronicle of the chief matters of the Irish warres... / Published by Authority. -- [no. 214]. The House of Orange. -- [no. 215]. How the priests rule Ireland. -- [no. 216]. How the union was saved. -- [no. 217]. How to make Ireland self-supporting. -- [no. 218]. An impartial discussion of the subject of tithes ... / by a clergyman of the established church. -- [no. 220]. An impartial view of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union ... / Thomas Grady. -- [no. 221]. The impending fate of Trinity College, Dublin, considered. -- [no. 222]. The improved antidote, supposed to be more active than expelling poison ... / Philodemus. -- [no. 224]. In the times of St. Patrick. -- [no. 225]. Indian and colonial Protestant mission -- [no. 226]. An inquiry, but not a parliamentary inquiry into the past and present abuses of the Irish revenue ... -- [no. 228]. The Inquisition / John Milner. -- [no. 232]. Interview with Mrs. Sheehy-Skeffington / Hanna Sheey-Skeffington.
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remote
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An impartial view, of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union : in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted ; and in which is contained a reply to Cease your funning and Mr. Jebb
Link
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: 1 leaf unsigned, B-G, H1
  • Issued anonymously. By Thomas Grady
  • Also issued with slightly different wording on the t.p
  • The pamphlet Cease your funning is by Charles Kendal Bushe (also issued under title: The Union: or Cease your funning). The pamphlet by Richard Jebb has title: A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, Arguments for and against an Union [by Edward Cooke]
Extent
1 online resource ([2], 53 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Research Library) copy bound with other pamphlets in a vol. with binder's title: Ireland-- union to free state, 211-232.
  • Bound volume includes: [no. 211]. A history or brief chronicle of the chief matters of the Irish warres... / Published by Authority. -- [no. 214]. The House of Orange. -- [no. 215]. How the priests rule Ireland. -- [no. 216]. How the union was saved. -- [no. 217]. How to make Ireland self-supporting. -- [no. 218]. An impartial discussion of the subject of tithes ... / by a clergyman of the established church. -- [no. 220]. An impartial view of the causes leading this country [i.e. Ireland] to the necessity of an union ... / Thomas Grady. -- [no. 221]. The impending fate of Trinity College, Dublin, considered. -- [no. 222]. The improved antidote, supposed to be more active than expelling poison ... / Philodemus. -- [no. 224]. In the times of St. Patrick. -- [no. 225]. Indian and colonial Protestant mission -- [no. 226]. An inquiry, but not a parliamentary inquiry into the past and present abuses of the Irish revenue ... -- [no. 228]. The Inquisition / John Milner. -- [no. 232]. Interview with Mrs. Sheehy-Skeffington / Hanna Sheey-Skeffington.
Specific material designation
remote

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