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1 PETRIE, CHARLES (SIR) Daniel O'Conor Sligo: His Family and his times. O'Donnell Lecture delivered at University College Galway, December 1958.
1958 pamphlet 
Dublin: National University of Ireland, 1958. Presentation copy, signed by the author. 8vo, stiff wrappers, 18 pages. Good, with dusty covers and former owner's name on back cover. NAUGHTON161852 
Price: 25.00 EUR
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2 PETRIE, CHARLES (SIR) George Canning.
1946 hardback with dustwrapper 
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946. 2nd edition. 8vo, cloth, 255 pages including index. Portrait frontispiece. Genealogical chart. Top of spine snagged; streak of paint down front joint; covers faintly stained; former owner's plate. Good in somewhat worn dustwrapper. NAUGHTON432871 
Price: 3.00 EUR
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3 PETRIE, CHARLES (SIR) The Chamberlain Tradition.
1938 hardback with dustwrapper 
London: The Right Book Club, 1938. A joint biography of Joseph, Austen and Neville Chamberlain. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, 287 pages including index. Illustrated. Edges a little rubbed; former owner's name; foxed. Good in dustwrapper worn at top and bottom edges. NAUGHTON416131 
Price: 6.00 EUR
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4 PETRIE, CHARLES (SIR) The Great Tyrconnel: A Chapter in Anglo-Irish Relations.
MERCIER PRESS 1972 hardback with dustwrapper 
Cork and Dublin: Mercier Press, 1972. 1st edition. 8vo, boards, 263 pages including index. Very good, with former owner's stamp, in very good dustwrapper. NAUGHTON239861 
Price: 20.00 EUR
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