Sammelband / Collection of three important publications of the United Irishmen: 1. The State of Ireland – By Arthur O’Connor. Second Edition, to which are added his Addresses to the Electors of the County Antrim (London, 1798) / 2. [Arthur O’Connor] – Arthur O’Connor’s Letter to Lord Castleragh. / 3. James Coigly – The Life of The Rev. James Coigly, An Address to the People of Ireland, as written by Himself during his Confinement in Maidstone Gaol. [With a preface by Valentine Derry: “The Dying words and injunctions of my friend, have imposed on me the melancholy duty of giving to the world the following papers…” ] (London, 1798) //
Three Volumes in One. London, Printed and Sold by all the Booksellers, 1798. Octavo. , 110, , 50, 63 pages. Hardcover / Stunning, recent half leather with gilt lettering and ornament, bound to style of the 18th century by an english masterbinder. The bookblock firm. Some minor staining. A little dusty and with a faded dampstain to lower corner. Name of preowner Hugh McMahon of Armagh, dated “1800” in ink on the titlepage. From the library of Daniel Conner (Connerville / Manch House), with his Exlibris / Bookplate to pastedown. An extremely rare, rather scarce compilation and a rare find for all collectors of material related to the United Irishmen.