Lord Carson of Duncairn : An Appreciation from the Loyalists of Ulster

By: Craig, James

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Belfast, Northern Ireland: W & G Baird, 1925. Printed after the presentation of an Albumgiven to Carson by the people of Ulster in gratitude for his service in securinag an all Ireland Parliament. Brown card wraps illus. with the coat of arms for Northern Ireland (wraps are faintly foxed, sl rbbed foot of spine) pp 118 with illus, tight and pristine interior, inscribed to verso of front wrap, faintly foxed portrait frontis. Exceptionally good copy.. First Edition. Card Covers. Near Fine/N/A. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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