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|Other titles||1798 Irish Rebellion Collection (Boston Public Library), Irish History and Culture Collection (Boston Public Library)|
|Statement||by Thomas Goold|
|Contributions||Moore, James, printer|
|LC Classifications||DA949.5 .G77 1799x|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
An address to the people of Ireland on the subject of the projected Union / by Thomas Goold. Dublin: J. Moore, Ireland. Parliament. House of Commons. A report of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland: on Tuesday and Wednesday the 22nd and 23d of January, ; on the subject of an Union. Dublin: Moore, MacKenna, Theobald. An address to the people of Ireland, [Ressource électronique]: on the subject of the projected union. By Thomas Goold, Esq / Goold, Thomas. In Goold wrote an ‘Address to the People of Ireland on the subject of the projected Union,’ and sat in the last session of the Irish parliament as a member of the opposition. In he gave evidence at the bar of the House of Commons upon the inquiry into the conduct of Windham Quin. Christopher Saint German, 1 book Grattan, Henry, 1 book Torquato Tasso, 1 book John Bull, 1 book August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue, 1 book Philip Hay, 1 book Member of the established church., 1 book Candidus Redintegratus, 1 book Gentleman of the County Mayo., 1 book A gentleman of the Co. Mayo, 1 book Thomas Goold, 1 book Charles.
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