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Ireland as It Is

And as It Would be Under Home Rule

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Author: Robert John Buckley (R.J.B.)
Published: 1894
Language: English
Wordcount: 222,320 / 640 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59
LoC Categories: HM, HT
Downloads: 415
Added to site: 2009.08.17
mnybks.net#: 25017
Genre: Politics

SIXTY-TWO LETTERSWRITTEN BY THESPECIAL COMMISSIONEROF THEBIRMINGHAM DAILY GAZETTE,Between March and August, 1893.

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undoran Sligo, August 8th 383

No. 59.--Irish Nationalism is not Patriotism Birmingham, August 11th 390

No. 60.--Land Hunger: its Cause, Effect, and Remedy Birmingham, August 14th 396

No. 61.--Clerical Domination and its Consequences Birmingham, August 16th 403

No. 62.--Civil War a certainty of Home Rule Birmingham, August 18th 409

[For a General Index the reader is referred to the end of the volume.]


IRELAND AS IT IS

AND AS IT WOULD BE

UNDER HOME RULE.


IRELAND AS IT IS

AND AS IT WOULD BE

UNDER HOME RULE


No. 1.--THE SPIRIT OF THE CAPITAL.

By the Spirit of the Capital I do not mean, as an Irishman would tell you, Jameson's whiskey, nor yet the vivifying soul of Guinness's double stout, but the mental posture of the dwellers in Dublin with reference to Home Rule. There can be no doubt of the interest prevailing in the Irish metropolis. The people are wrought into a fever-heat of expectancy and intense nervou

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