KENDALL, E.A. Esq. Letters to a Friend, on the State of Ireland, the Roman Catholic Question, and the Merits of Constitutional Religious Distinctions


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Three volumes. With folding table. London: James Carpenter and Son, Old Bond Street; and G.B Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane, 1826. pp. (1) clxxxiv, 324, (2) [3], 325-738, (3) [3], 737-1238, xxii (Appendixes), 10 (author's list). Blue pebbled cloth, title in gilt on brown morocco labels on spine. A very good set. Extremely scarce.

L1 Ledge "COPAC locates 6 copies only.
Edward Augustus Kendall (1776?-1842), miscellaneous writer. In this work he argued that Ireland enjoyed a vigorous and paternal government, whose duty it was to repress Roman Catholicism there, and in Great Britain also." 1826 KENDALL, E.A. Esq.


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