The survival of an Irish culture in Britain, 1800 - 1845
Durey, Michael (1982) The survival of an Irish culture in Britain, 1800 - 1845. Historical Studies, 20 (78). pp. 14-35.
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In 1832 the Manchester physician and social reformer James Phillips Kay suggested that contemporary working-class poverty could be attributed to the presence of the Irish in English towns...
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