1 edition of Irish squireens and other verses found in the catalog.
Irish squireens and other verses
|Statement||by Randal McDonnell.|
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|Pagination||, 45,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
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[xii] PREFACE. I HAVE not found it possible to revise this book as completely as I should have wished. I have corrected a bad mistake of a copyist, and added a few pages of new verses towards the end, and softened some phrases in the introduction which seemed a little petulant in form, and written in a few more to describe writers who have appeared during the last four years, and that is about.
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