SHEIL, Sir Justin. Translated by. French Thoughts on Irish Evils. Translated from the ‘Revue des Deux Mondes’ with notes.

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London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1868. Demy octavo. pp. [v], 67. Printed wrappers. Some pencil annotations and comments contradicting the author’s aspersions. A very good copy. Rare.
COPAC lists only 1 copy of this edition.
Major-General Sir Justin Sheil KCB (1803-1871) was an Irish army officer and diplomat, the British envoy in Persia from 1844 to 1854. The son of Edward Sheil and Catherine McCarthy, and brother of Richard Lalor Sheil, he was born at Bellevue House, near Waterford. Educated at Stonyhurst College, he was nominated to an East India Company cadetship.

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