The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps)

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pursuit, amongst which I saw several jottings concerning myself. In fact, for several months, I found myself haunted by detectives in various disguises, and never went into my own house, or out of it, without being watched. We have all heard much of the espionage prevailing in France and in Austria. Neither of them, however, is furnished with a police so omnipresent, so inevitable,—above all, so treacherous,—as Ireland. ...continue reading »

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The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps)

by John Mitchel


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