A Personal Narrative of the Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood giving a Faithful Report of the Principal Events from 1855 to 1867 Written at the Request of Friends...
Denieffe, Joseph

New York: The Gael Publishing Co., 1906. F x + 293 pages; with black and white portrait frontispiece illustration of the author, who was an early and active member of the Brotherhood; other portraiture of leaders of the Irish liberation movement within the text; with a useful Appendix, "...containing Important Letters and Papers written by James Stephens, John O'Mahony, John Mitchel, Thomas J. Kelly and other Leaders of the Movement."; the author's introductory remarks note that the book seeks to rectify what has been previously written, "...which has been much misrepresented by current English writers and those who seek to justify England in her course in Ireland..."; bound in the original green cloth, gilt cover and spine titles (dulled a bit); light tips, edge wear, dustiness to the cloth; in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 21031)


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