The Mystery Solved: Or, Ireland's Miseries: The Grand Cause, and Cure

"The present condition of Ireland is perhaps without a parallel amongst the nations of the earth. Misery has long been this country's peculiar portion. Her history has been written with tears and blood. Her children are familiar with sackcloth and ashes. But in God's awful providence she seems at length to have reached the climax of wo; and is now passing through such a complication of miseries, as has excited the astonishment and pity of the world."

An interesting look at the causes and cures to the Great Famine of Ireland, and how it relates to that country's relationship with God.

A few signatures loose. Some cover soil and light foxing. There are remnants of spine label, but the gilt lettering on the spine is bright. Owner's bookplate on front innerboard and presentation inscription on the front endpaper. 346 pages. Size: 5"x7"

  • The Mystery Solved: Or, Ireland's Miseries: The Grand Cause, and Cure
  • Rev. Edward Marcus Dill
  • Robert Carter & Brothers, 1853
  • First American edition