Reproductive Employment;A Series of Letters To The Landed Proprietors of Ireland
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Reproductive Employment;A Series of Letters To The Landed Proprietors of Ireland With A Preliminary Letter To Lord John Russell by William Smith O"Brien

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Published by James McGlashan in Dublin .
Written in English


  • O"Brien, William Smith.,
  • Government and Politics -- History -- 1847 -- Ireland.,
  • Famine -- History -- 1847 -- Ireland.

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StatementWilliam Smith O"Brien,Esq.M.P..
The Physical Object
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19461310M

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