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File:Emigrants Leave Ireland by Henry Doyle 1868.jpg

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English: engraving of 'Emigrants leaving Ireland'
Date 1868
Source illustration from Preface to the First Edition of An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800, by Mary Frances Cusack, Illustrated by Henry Doyle scanned into 001.jpg extracted from Gutenberg project's zip file linked from . First published in 1868.


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