Author: Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Title: The land war in Ireland: being a personal narrative of events, in continuation of A secret history of the English occupation of Egypt,
Publisher: London : S. Swift & co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Land tenure -- Ireland; Ireland -- Economic conditions; Ireland -- Politics and government 19th cent
I. Gladstone declares for home rule.--II. "Under protection of the league."--III. The general election of 1886.--IV. Vatican politics.--V. Cairo in 1887.--VI. Failure of the Wolff convention.--VII. The Persico mission.--VIII. Balfour chief secretary.--IX. My arrest at Woodford.--X. In gaol.--XI. The papal rescript.--XII. The Parnell Tragedy. A postscript.--Appendices: A. The canon of Aughrim. B. Mr. Blunt to Mr. John Morley. C. Mr. Blunt to the Marquess of Salisbury. D. Mr. Blunt to Mr. Evelyn, M. P. E. Mr. Blunt to Mr. John Morley.--Index
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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