What God Wants

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Publishers in the Irish Republic are also required to deposit copies of works with the National Library of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin Library and six other university libraries in the Republic. In response, those in the south had founded the Irish Volunteers in 1914. Restless nomadic activity over the settlements of held territory. The Famine also changed centuries-old agricultural practices, hastening the end of the division of family estates into tiny lots capable of sustaining life only with a potato crop.

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Publisher: Citadel; 1st Carol Publishing Group ed edition (June 1, 2000)

ISBN: 1559721936

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