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A poetical discription [sic.] of the present oppressions of Ireland

D. C.

A poetical discription [sic.] of the present oppressions of Ireland

by D. C.

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Published by Printed by J. Schneier & Comp. in Reading [Pa.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesA poetical description of the present oppressions of Ireland.
Statementby D.C. ; to which is annexed, The angel of intelligence; an eastern tale; in verse ; with The emigrant, an ode, by the same.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination33 p.
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17510486M
OCLC/WorldCa10950576

Ireland, replacing this claim with a recognition that ‘a United Ireland shall be brought about only by peaceful means with the consent of a majority of the people, democratically expressed, in both jurisdictions in the island’. And it was the day when the present Sinn Féin party accepted the realities of modern Irish life. Description: History Ireland is a bi-monthly publication which has been in production for fifteen years. Each issue of History Ireland aims to provide the reader with a wide variety of topics from the earliest times to the present day; giving the reader a sense of the distant past while offering a contemporary edge. Every article is illustrated with photographs, maps or paintings to provide a.

The aesthetic and miscellaneous works of Frederick von Schlegel comprising letters on Christian art, an essay on Gothic architecture, remarks on the romance-poetry of the Middle Ages and on Shakespere [sic], on the limits of the beautiful, on the language and wisdom of the Indians / (London: H.G. Bohn, ), by Friedrich von Schlegel (page. No name is more inextricably bound to the aesthetic movement of the s and s in England than that of Oscar Wilde. This connection results as much from the lurid details of his life as from his considerable contributions to English literature. His lasting literary fame resides primarily in four or five plays, one of which—The Importance of Being Earnest, first produced in —is a.

The Botanic Garden () is a set of two poems, The Economy of Vegetation and The Loves of the Plants, by the British poet and naturalist Erasmus Darwin. The Economy of Vegetation celebrates technological innovation, scientific discovery and offers theories concerning contemporary scientific questions, such as the history of the more popular Loves of the Plants promotes, revises. The concepts of anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice have long been embedded in social work, but whereas once these may have offered an alternative critique of individual and societal.


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