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Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: National Library of Ireland. Bibliography of Irish history, Dublin, Published for the Dept.
of Education by the Stationery Office, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Carty; National Library of Ireland. Bibliography of Irish History [James Carty] -- An invaluable reference work of which only copies were originally printed, providing a remarkably complete list of titles published during this most troubled period in Irish history, the period.
Bibliography of Irish History, Dublin: Dept. of Education, pp xxxviii, Good in lightly soiled buckram. This copy inscribed to Captain Robert Monteith. Bibliography of Irish history, Imprint: Dublin: Published for the Deptartment of Education by the Stationery Office, Extent: xxxiii, 1 leaf, pages: Notes: Bibliography of Irish history,published Subjects: Ireland--History--Bibliography: Ireland--Historyth century--Bibliography: OCLC Number: Bibliography of Irish History - ; Bibliography of Irish History, Two Volumes.
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An invaluable reference work of which only copies were originally printed, providing a remarkably complete list of titles published during this most troubled period in Irish history.
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