Irish Pursuits Of Literature In 1798 And 1799 by Hales, William

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From the library of Richard Meade, Ballymartle (County Cork), with his name in ink on titlepage and loosely inserted his bookplate William Hales (8 April – 30 January ) was an Irish clergyman and scientific : William] [Hales.

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Mathias] by OctaviusSecond thoughts [on the Pursuits of Author: William Hales. Dublin: FitzpatrickAuckland, William Eden, 1st baron. Substance of the speech of Lord Auckland, in the House of peers, Apon the proposed address to His Majesty, respecting the resolutions adopted by the two houses of Parliament, as the basis of a union between Great Britain and Ireland.

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Extract | 59 → CHAPTER THREE A Long Tradition of Novels and Plays: Literary Reflections of the Rebellion, – As mentioned in the introduction, the main focus of this study is on novels and plays about written after the yearpartly because the previous period has already been treated by other critics and partly because of the higher prominence of innovative approaches.

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Even Mathias, in his ‘Pursuits of Literature’ (ed.p. and note) has a pleasant word for it. A second edition was printed ina third in He had meanwhile collected material for a second volume of ‘Fitzosborne's Letters,’ which he published next year with a translation of the ‘De Oratoribus’ added to the closing.

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