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Irish-American victory over Great Britain. Complete proceedings in the great extradition case of Edward VII vs. James Lynchehaun, as tried in the United States courts in Indianapolis. by James Lynchehaun

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Published in [Indianapolis .
Written in English

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Other titlesExtradition case of Edward VII vs. James Lynchehaun.
StatementIssued by the Defense Committee.
ContributionsDefense Committee, Indianapolis.
LC ClassificationsJX4399.L8 A5
The Physical Object
Pagination130 p.
Number of Pages130
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL241865M
LC Control Numberca 22000586

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