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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8148 3294
Name: 
Belanagare, Charles O. of
O'Conor, Charles
O'Conor of Belanagare, Charles
Oconor, Charles ((historian))
Dates: 
1710-1791
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
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author
contributor
Related names: 
Curry, John -1780
Hoey, James (17..?-1777?)
Irish American Cultural Institute
Robinson, George (I, Londen)
Robinson, George (II, Londen)
Robinson, James (Londen)
Robinson, John (Londen)
Ward, Catherine Coogan
Ward, Robert E.
Wrynn, John F. (1940-)
Titles: 
case of the Roman-Catholics of Ireland. Wherein the principles and conduct of that party are fully explained and vindicated, The
cottager's remarks on the farmer's Spirit of party, A
counter-appeal to the people of Ireland, A
Disserations on the ancient history of Ireland...
dissertation on the origin and antiquities of the antient scots, and notes, critical and explanatory, on mr. o'flaherty's text, a
dissertations on the ancient history of ireland. to which is subjoined, a dissertation on the irish colonies established in britain. with some remarks on mr. mac pherson's translation of fingal and temora.
Dissertations on the antient history of Ireland: wherein an account is given of the origine, government, letters, sciences, religion, manners and customs, of the antient inhabitants.
Dissertations on the history of Ireland. To which is subjoined, a dissertation on the Irish colonies established in Britain. With some remarks on Mr. Mac Pherson's translation of Fingal and Temora. By C. O'conor, Esq.
historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the reign of Queen Elizabeth, to the settlement under King William., An : With the state of the Irish catholics, from that settlement to the relaxation of the popery laws, in the year 1778.
historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the reign of Queen Elizabeth, to the settlement under King William. With the state of the Irish Catholics, from that settlement to the relaxation of the popery laws, in the year 1778. Extracted from parliamentary records, state acts, and other authentic materals., An
introduction to dr. curry's civil wars
Letters of Charles O'Conor of Belanagare : a Catholic voice in eighteenth-century Ireland
letters' of Charles O'Conor of Belanagare, The
O'Flaherty's "Ogygi︠a︡ vindicated", 1775.
Observations on the popery laws
ogygia vindicated: against the objections of sir george mackenzie, king's advocate for scotland in the reign of king james ii, the
on the heathen state and topography of ancient ireland
principles of the roman catholics
protestant interest of ireland considered, the
Seasonable thoughts relating to our civil and ecclesiastical constitution
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