2 edition of Serious thoughts concerning the true interest and exigencies of the state of Ireland found in the catalog.
Serious thoughts concerning the true interest and exigencies of the state of Ireland
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1335, no. 45.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Serious thoughts concerning the true interest and exigencies of the state of Ireland: In a letter humbly addressed to His Grace the D of Bd. Edmund Spencer's "A View of the State of Ireland: The Production and Experience of Consumption" was written in light of the Irish uprising and intended to act as a call for the subjugation of Ireland.
Written during Spencer's time in Ireland as a British envoy. It is actually pretty horrifying to read Edmund Spencer's account of the Irish "problem" and his brutal solutions for controlling them/5. Serious thoughts concerning the true interest and exigencies of the state of Ireland.: In a letter humbly addressed to His Grace the D of Bd.
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The next steps remain. Contents: Introduction – Page 15 / The country and its people by Eleanor Butler – Page 17 / The fauna and flora of Ireland by Robert Lloyd – Page 25 / Geology, structural and economic by T.
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