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Duigenan, Patrick, 1735-1816 National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

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VIAF ID: 38344075 (Personal)

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An address to the nobility and gentry of the Church of Ireland, as by law established Explaining the real causes of the commotions and insurrections in the southern parts of this kingdom, respecting Tithes. And the real motives and designs of the projectors and abettors of those commotions and insurrections: and containing a candid inquiry into the practicability of substituting any other mode of subsistence and maintenance for the clergy of the Church established, consistent with the principles of reason and justice, in the place of Tithes. By Theophilus. National Library of the Netherlands-test
Lachrymae academicae, 1777: Library of Congress/NACO
Political tracts by Patrick Duigenan, LL.D. representative for the city of Armagh, in Parliament Consisting, I. An answer to the address of Henry Grattan, Esq. ex-representative of the city of Dublin in Parliament, to his fellow-citizens of Dublin. II. A fair representation of the present political state of Ireland, in a course of strictures on two pamphlets, one entitled, 'The case of Ireland reconsidered,' the other entitled, 'Considerations on the state of public affairs in the year 1799-Ireland.' III. Speech in the House of Commons of Ireland, 5th February, 1800, on His Exellency the Lord Lieutenant's message on the subject of an incorporating union with Great Britain. National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO

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