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The Daniel O’Connell Series ‒ Book Three. The Great Reform Bill.

Copyright © 2013 by Brian Igoe

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This is the third in the series of LiteBite Books telling the story of Daniel O’Connell. It follows him from the Waterford Election where the incumbent Ascendancy Candidate was defeated to the great Clare Election where Daniel himself was elected. Thence the book looks at the run-up to the Great Reform Bill in England and the disputes in the United Kingdom House of Parliament of which Daniel was now a Member, a member moreover with a critical level of support.

Table of Contents.

Chapter 1. The Waterford Election. 1826 ‒ 1828.

Chapter 2. Victory? 1828 – 1830

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