Pulpit oratory. Irish eloquence. Three lectures, delivered in Chicago, St. Patricks day, 1880

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Published by P. T. Sherlock in Chicago .

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ContributionsHennessy, John, apb., d. 1900. [from old catalog], Hogan, John Joseph, 1829-1913., Spalding, John Lancaster, 1840-1916., Irish-American council of Chicago. [from old catalog]
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LC ClassificationsDA957 .P8
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Pagination72 p.
Number of Pages72
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LC Control Number25019820

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