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Historical notices of the several rebellions, disturbances, and illegal associations in Ireland
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Historical notices of the several rebellions, disturbances, and illegal associations in Ireland from the earliest period to the year and a view of the actual state of the country, and of the events generating, or connected with, its past disturbances and present discontented and demoralized situation: with suggestions for the restoration and maintenance of tranquillity, and for.
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