2 edition of Characteristic sketches of Ireland and the Irish found in the catalog.
Characteristic sketches of Ireland and the Irish
|Statement||by Carleton, Lover, and Mrs. Hall.|
|Contributions||Lover, Samuel, 1797-1868., Hall, S. C., Mrs, 1800-1881.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(iv), 288 p., 6 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Characteristic Sketches of Ireland and the Irish; By Carleton, Lover and Mrs Hall Paperback – Author: Carleton. Thackeray's "The Irish Sketch Book" comprises one long, anti-Irish slur made during his tour of Ireland in July through October, Planned as such or not it laid the ground-work for the 3/5(2).
CARLETON, William, LOVER, Samuel & HALL, Mrs. S.C. (Anna Maria Fielding) Characteristic Sketches of Ireland and the Irish. Dublin: Hardy & Walker. London: Ball, Arnold and Co. 6 illus. by Kirkwood. Original green vertical-grained cloth, blocked in blind, spine lettered in gilt: 'IRELAND AND THE IRISH'.
(vi), (). The book also contains forty-five sketches of different parts of Ireland. Enlarge image The Irish Sketch Book and Contributions to the "Foreign Quarterly Review" by William Makepeace Thackeray () was first published in Illustration from Mrs.
Hall's Sketches of Irish Character, Enlarge image Anna Maria Hall (–81), born in Dublin, was a writer, editor and philanthropist. Irish sketch book of by Thackeray, William Makepeace, Publication date [c] Topics Ireland -- Characteristic sketches of Ireland and the Irish book and travel Publisher Scribner Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English.
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