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Plan (A) for the improvement of Ireland by the union of English and Irish capital, and the cooperation of the people in both countries; with a map and appendix, containing extracts from parliamentary reports and other publications. London: J. Ridgway & Son, 1834. 88 pp., 1 map. 8°.

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Reports (Two) of committee on post office communication between Great Britain and Ireland. Evidence and appendix. 2 pts. plans. 1841–42. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) — Letter to the Admiralty by W. R. Ormsby Gore on a paper appended to above report. Chart. 1842. (ibid.) Series (A) of letters between John Bull, Jonathan, and another individual called Erigenus. Occasioned by the great National Irish Repeal Convention, held in Philadelphia, on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, 1842. Dublin: /. Coyne, 1842. vi., 5–285 pp. 8°. Sheil (J. B.) Observations on the salmon fisheries of Ulster; urging their claims to legislative protection. London: The Author, 1842. 71 pp. 8”.

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