A Scottish Whig in Ireland, 1835-1838: The Irish Journals of Robert Graham of Redgorton
Four Courts Press, 1999 - 367 pagine
Robert Graham, a Scottish Whig with estates in Perthshire, paid three visits to Ireland in the 1830s. Through his titled, society, and army contacts, he had entrTe to government circles and high society. In his travel journals, he makes frequent comparisons to Scotland, and comments on agricultural
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