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The story of Saint Patrick, with a sketch of Ireland"s condition before and after Patrick"s time by Joseph Sanderson

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Published by W. L. Richardson co., W. B. Ketcham in Boston, New York .
Written in English


  • Patrick, Saint, 373?-463?,
  • Catholic Church -- Ireland.

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Edition Notes

Two separate works, each with special t.-p.

Other titlesIreland and the Irish.
Statementby Joseph Sanderson ... Ireland and the Irish; their Christianity, institutions, missions fields and learning, from the earliest times, with an appendix, by John Borland Finlay ...
ContributionsFinlay, John Borland, 1826-1897
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in 1.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24180940M

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