Author:M.McNALLY, CHAIRMAN of the BALTIMORE REPEAL ASSOCIATION

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1841 RELIC OF IRISH-AMERICAN HISTORY BEING AN ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN LETTER SENT BY THE BALTIMORE REPEAL ASSOCIATION, ATTEMPTING TO BRING LECTURERS TO EDUCATE IRISH IMMIGRANTS IN POLITICAL ACTIVISM AGAINST THE BRITISH RULE OF IRELAND

By: M.McNALLY, CHAIRMAN of the BALTIMORE REPEAL ASSOCIATION

Price: $2,355.99

Publisher: BALTIMORE MARYLAND MD, 1841

Seller ID: 0009099

Condition: Good


On offer is a unique document of Irish American history and Irish national freedom, a letter by the Baltimore Repeal Association, describing a series of lectures to be held on Irish History, in order to “sustain and stimulate the zeal of our class of Irishmen” and to “create an interest in repeal.” Repeal Associations, first began in Ireland by Daniel O’Connell in 1830, were an Irish mass membership political movement set up in 1830 to campaign for a repeal of the Act of Union of 1800 between Great Britain and Ireland, an agreement that ended Irish self-government. The letter is addr... View more info