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The British in Ireland [microform] : Series one : Colonial Office Class Co 904. (Dublin Castle Records). Part five. Public control and administration
Bib ID 295837
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Description Brighton : Harvester, 1985 
Film Reels 84-99 ; 35 cm. 
Notes

Law reduction.

"The PRO Class included in Part 5 is held in the Public Record Office, Kew, London, and has been filmed in England by the Public Record Office."

Subjects Ireland - Politics and government - 19th century - Sources.  |  Ireland - Politics and government - 20th century - Sources.  |  Ireland - Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Public Record Office  |  Great Britain. Colonial Office
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Public control and administration.

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