The outer edge of Ulster : a memoir of social life in nineteenth-century Donegal /
"Hugh Dorian (1834-1914), a writing-clerk, watches the 'Donegal prisoners' arrive at Derry gaol under a military escort. Indignant at their treatment - in print as much as in prison - he writes a 'true historical narrative' of the transformation of his home community in the...
Notre Dame, Ind. :
University of Notre Dame Press,
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