lament for John MacWalter Walsh

with notes on the history of the family of Walsh from 1170 to 1690
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Kelmscott press , New York
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Statementby J. C. Walsh, with a foreword by James J. Walsh.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS499 .W35
The Physical Object
Pagination246 p. incl. maps.
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Open LibraryOL6685339M
LC Control Number26000129
OCLC/WorldCa3550609

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Judge John Edwards Walsh (), was the author of a well-known book 'Ireland Sixty Years Ago' published in For anybody interested in the history and antiquities of the capital of Ireland, this book should be a source of continuing interest.

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