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O'NEILL, Thomas
An address to the people of the United Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland, containing an account of the sufferings of Thomas O'Neill, a British officer, while confined in the prison of the Conciergerie, at Paris, for two years and ten months; and of his escape from thence, during his second imprisonment as a prisoner at war. Written by himself.
London: printed by J. Barfield, and sold by Mr Egerton, and H.D. Symonds, 1806.
[12], 72 p. ; 23.0 cm. (8º)

The [12]-pp. list of subscribers is inserted after p. [iv] of the prelims, after which the introduction forms pp. [v]--viii and the main text commences on p. 9. A textual correction is supplied in ink on p. 14. A second edition was published in the same year.

Copy Notes Unopened.

Binding Original C19th light blue paper boards, white paper spine cover.

Reference Number 146


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