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CRY TO IRELAND

AND

THE EMPIRE.
icainst the repeal of the Union, and in t'avorat

provision for the peoria

BY AN IRISHMAN,

FORMERLY MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE, MAYNOOTH.

Cause have I none, in sooth, of cancred will
To quit them ill, that me demean'd so well;
But self-regard, of private good or ill,
Moves me of each, so as I found, to tel).

Sigrísźn.

LONDON :

J. HATCHARD AND SON, 187, PICCADILLY ;

EFFINGHAM WILSON, ROYAL EXCHANGE ;

AND MILLIKEN, DUBLIN.

1833.

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I BOTSON AND PALMER, PRINTERS, SAVOY STREET, STRAND.

INTRODUCTION.

ERRATA.

3,

Page iv, line 17, for o read of.

3, 17, the society read society.
11, 17, corruptness read correctness.
26, 12, horror read honour.
36, 18, exposing read entrapping.
40,

man read men.
51,
18,

risum read visum.
79, 15,

after Christendom, insert will not believe.
80, 25, breading read breeding.
85, 11, legime read legione.
87, 20, decreit read docuit.
88,

rhetora read rhetore.
16, him read us.

10, Henry VIII read Henry VII. 101, 26, Kileskeman read Kilcolman.

20, humins read humains.
112,

morter read mortar.
113, 16, of read or
122, 5, coqınering read conquering.
133, 5, cousenaneous read consentaneous.
196,

14, import read export.
202,

3,

equies read equis.
4, Devemque read Divâmque.

21,

96,

98,

108,

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scquishto, vui nereifi are they spugui for in vain. Such do not appear engaged in Ireland's cause. All seem turned away, with a sort of general aver

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