James Annesley

James Annesley (1715–5 Jan 1760) was an Irishman with a claim to the title Earl of Anglesey, one of the wealthiest estates in Ireland. The dispute between Annesley and his uncle Richard Annesley was infamous in its time, but his story is perhaps best known today as a possible inspiration for the 19th-century novel ''Kidnapped'' by Robert Louis Stevenson, among other works of literature. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Annesley, James.
Published 2006
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by Annesley, James
Published 2009
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3746479)
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by Annesley, James.
Published 2006
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3852973)
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by Annesley, James.
Published 2006
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by Annesley, James.
Published 1998
...Annesley, James. Blank fictions....
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by Annesley, James.
Published 2006
...Annesley, James. Fictions of globalization....
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by Annesley, James, 1715-1760.
Published 1975
Subjects: '; ...Annesley, James, 1715-1760 Fiction....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (EIUdb)270234, (UICdb)236238)
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by Annesley, James, 1715-1760.
Published 1743
Subjects: '; ...Annesley, James, 1715-1760, in fiction, drama, poetry, etc....
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by Annesley, James, 1715-1760.
Published 1756
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)2331999)
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by Annesley, James, 1715-1760.
Published 1758
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)2332000)
Book Electronic
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