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Author: Living friend
Title: The radical cure for Ireland : a letter to the people of England and Scotland concerning a new plantation
Publisher: Edinburgh : W. Blackwood
Subject (keywords, tags): Irish question; Ireland -- Politics and government 1837-1901
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 140 kb

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