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ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE UNION WITH
GREAT BRITAIN IN 1801.
BY THE REV. JAMES GORDON,
CANNAWAY IN THE DIOCESE OF CORK,
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Nobis in arto & inglorius labor.
Non tamen fine usu fuerit introfpicere illa primo afpe&tu levia, ex qūis
LONDON : ,
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME,
Richard Hely Hutchinson,
EARL OF DONOUGHMORE.
EDUCATED in a University in which your father long presided with active Attention to the Advancement of its Excellence, and which has been represented by yourself with Ability in Parliament, I take the Liberty of dedicating to your Lordship a History OP IRELAND, a Country for whose Welfare the enlightened Patriotism of yourself, your Father, and Brothers, has been strenuously exerted. The Compilation of an impartial Narrative from a Chaos of discordant Materials is a Work of some Labour, and, in this Age and Country, of fome Adventure. To gratify any Faction, or indulge any Prejudice, is no Part of my Plan; nor mean I offence to any; but to expect that none will be offended, would argue extreme