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Parnellism and crime. The Special Commission . Reprinted from The Times.

Great Britain. Special Commission to Inquire into Charges and Allegations Against Certain Members of Parliament and Others.

Published by George Edward Wright, at the Times Office 1888?90, London, 1888
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A good, complete set of this important work on Parnell and Ireland during the last three decades of the 19th-century. Contents are: pt. 1. Opening speech of the attorney-general; pt. 2. Evidence of Mr. O'Shea and other witnesses; pt. 3. Evidence as to murders and other outrages; pt. 4. Further evidence as to outrages; pts. 5?9. Further evidence as to murders and outrages; pt. 10. The League, Invincibles, Moonlighters, speeches; pt. 11. Speeches, extracts from "United Ireland", &c.; pt. 12. Evidence of Major Le Caron; pt. 13. Evidence of Mr. Soames and Mr. MacDonald; pt. 14. Evidence of Mr. Houston and Mr. Pigott; pt. 15. Confession of Pigott, withdrawal of the letters; pt. 16. Extracts from the "Irish world," speeches of Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Forster; pt. 17. The banking accounts of the League, Frank Byrne and the Phoenix park knives, close of "The Times" case; pt. 18. Sir Charles Russell's speech; pt. 19. Continuation of Sir Charles Russell's speech; pt. 20. Evidence of Mr. Parnell; pt. 21. Continuation of Mr. Parnell's evidence. Irish priests and the League; pt. 22. Irish priests and the League; pt. 23. Evidence of Mr. W. O'Brien and Mr. T.D. Sullivan; pt. 24. Evidence of Mr. Biggar, Mr. Lewis, and Mr. E. Harrington, the League books; pt. 25. Evidence of Mr. E. Harrington, Mr. T.P. O'Connor, &c.; pt. 26. Evidence of Dr. Kenny, Mr. Sexton, Mr. T. Harrington, &c.; pt. 27. Evidence of Mr. Davitt, &c.; pt. 28. Evidence of Mr. John O'Connor, Mr. Foley, Mr. Condon, &c.; pt. 29. Withdrawal of Sir Charles Russell and the other Parnellite counsel, evidence of Mr. O'Kelly, Mr. M. Harris, &c.; pt. 30. Mr. Parnell cross-examined, the Land league books; pt. 31. Mr. Davitt's speech; pt. 32?34. Speech of Sir Henry James; pt. 35. Report of the judges. Small 12mo. 35 parts bound in 12 vols. Contemporary dark brown sheep with pebbled paper sides. Leather abraded. Two volumes rebacked appropriately. Ex-library with call number label on spine, bookplate and rubber-stamp on front pastedown, stamps on free endpapers, label and rubber-stamps on rear pastedown; one stamp in one lower margin of each volume. Two volumes have rubber stamp on all three edges of closed volume. Two volumes with Joints (outside) expertly repaired. Bookseller Inventory # 33290

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Title: Parnellism and crime. The Special Commission...

Publisher: George Edward Wright, at the Times Office 1888?90, London

Publication Date: 1888

Binding: Hardcover

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