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An historical review of the state of Ireland, from the invasion of that country under Henry II to its union with Great Britain on the 1st of January, 1801
Bib ID 1064914
Format BookBook
Author
Plowden, Francis, 1749-1829
 
Description London : Printed by C. Roworth for T. Egerton, 1803 
2 v. in 3 : front. (port.) ; 30 cm. 4° 
Subjects Ireland -- History -- 1172-1801.
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