|Statement||by Thomas Duncumb ; from notes by John Duncomb.|
|LC Classifications||F1013 D83|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||362|
The British Emigrant's Advocate: Being a Manual for the Use of Emigrants and Travellers in British America and the United States: Containing a Concise View of the State and Prospects of the Colonies, an Accurate Description of the Main Routes a Detail of Present and Projected Improvements, and a Variety of Information Necessary to the Emigrant and Interesting to the General Reader. Colonization after Emancipation reveals Lincoln’s highly secretive negotiations with the British government to find suitable lands for colonization in the West Indies and depicts how the U.S. government worked with British agents and leaders in the free black community to recruit emigrants for the proposed colonies. The book shows that the Cited by: The Devil's Advocate, Morris West's best-selling novel, is a deft exploration of the meaning of an impoverished village in southern Italy, the life and death of Giacamo Nerone has inspired talk of sainthood. Father Blaise Meredith, a dying English priest, is sent from the Vatican to investigate—and to try to untangle the web of facts, rumors, and outright lies t/5. Unhappy the Land: The Most Oppressed People Ever, the Irish? is a book by Liam Kennedy, professor emeritus at Queen's University, y introduces, as well as criticizes, the concept of "most oppressed people ever" (MOPE) to describe what he sees as a pervasive assumption both among Irish nationalists and the Irish diaspora that Irish people have been uniquely victimised.
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