Ireland 1849

Sidney Osborne, English travel writer. “Seventy houses were pulled down, under the orders of the agent of the property. The people had for some days to crowd on the neighbouring chapel floor, and by the sides of the ditches, for the neighbours had orders not to take them in: it is fair to state the whole of this mass of tenantry had been created by a middleman, whose lease was now out. Taken from The Truth Behind The Irish Famine, signed copies only at

The Truth Behind The Irish Famine by Jerry Mulvihill

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