Montreal : N. Murray, 1921.; 17 pages
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|Creator||Murray, Norman, 1853-1922?|
|Title||The Celtic tragedy : a short history of the British people, dealing especially with the oppression of the Celtic element by the Anglo-Saxon or Germanic element in land, language, and religion / by Norman Murray|
|Published||Montreal : N. Murray, 1921.|
Native language and education--Canada
Canada--Relations entre anglophones et francophones
Langue maternelle et éducation--Canada
|Document source||Library and Archives Canada|
p. -80 ; 23 cm.
Includes some text in French.
"Part 5 ..."
"This part contains extracts from the late lamented Thos. D'Arcy McGee's history of the Protestant Reformation in Ireland, also extracts from "The Tragedy of the Starling," showing some of the absurdities and fanaticm of Sabbatarianism in Scotland under Presbyterian Supremacy."
Parts 3, 4 and 5 mention that there will be 10 parts.
Reference: Watters (2nd ed.), p. 889.
Canadiana.org has digitized v. 1-5.
Volume 5 of a 10 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM nos. 79421 to 79425.