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Foreshadowings. A proposal for the settlement of the Irish land question

Ignotus pseud.

Foreshadowings. A proposal for the settlement of the Irish land question

Addressed to the tenant farmers

by Ignotus pseud.

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Published by W.B. Kelly in Dublin (8, Grafton-Street) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Printed by J.M. O"Toole & Son, 6 & 7, Gt. Brunswick Streeet.

StatementBy Ignotus.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,446p. ;
Number of Pages446
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19201438M

The eruption of rural distress in Ireland and the foundation of the Land League in sparked a number of novels, stories and plays forming an immediate response to what became known as the Irish Land war. The Land Grants in this work are taken from the Patent Rolls of the reign of James I and from the printed Ulster Inquisitions. The book is most importantly arranged with the following sections: Land Grants for the English (Undertakers), complete with names. Land Grants for the Scottish (Undertakers), complete with names.   The current cycle of conflict in Northern Ireland began over 11 years ago. As a practicing politician in Northern Ireland throughout that period, I have taken a particular interest while traveling abroad in following the world media coverage of the problem. For the most part, this has been a chronicle of atrocities reported spasmodically from London or by "firemen" Cited by: 7.


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