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Ireland and the Commonwealth: Towards Membership By The Reform Group
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As Ireland marks the 60th anniversary of the declaration of the Republic, is it time to reconsider the country’s membership of the Commonwealth? 'Ireland and the Commonwealth: Towards... More > Membership' is a collection of articles, speeches and reports by prominent academics, authors and political commentators on this important question. Articles by Bruce Arnold, Amitav Banerji, Robin Bury, John Erskine, Roy Garland, Gordon Lucy, Mary Kenny, Prof. Robert Martin, Dr. Martin Mansergh TD, Andrew MacKinlay MP, John-Paul McCarthy, Sir Shridath Ramphal, Prof. Geoff Roberts among others.< Less
Ireland and the Commonwealth: Towards Membership By The Reform Group
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As Ireland marks the 60th anniversary of the declaration of the Republic, is it time to reconsider the country’s membership of the Commonwealth? 'Ireland and the Commonwealth: Towards... More > Membership' is a collection of articles, speeches and reports by prominent academics, authors and political commentators on this important question. Articles by Bruce Arnold, Amitav Banerji, Robin Bury, John Erskine, Roy Garland, Gordon Lucy, Mary Kenny, Prof. Robert Martin, Dr. Martin Mansergh TD, Andrew MacKinlay MP, John-Paul McCarthy, Sir Shridath Ramphal, Prof. Geoff Roberts among others.< Less
Tom and Some Other Girls: A Public School Story By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
About Peggy Saville By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
The Love Affairs of Pixie By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
More About Peggy By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
Betty Trevor By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
A Girl in Spring-Time By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
Lady Cassandra By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
The Daughters of a Genius By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less

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