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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8117 8177
Name: 
Carson, Edward
Carson, Edward H.
Carson, Edward Henry
Carson, Edward Henry Carson
Carson, Edward Henry Carson (Baron)
Carson (Lord, of Duncairn)
Carson of Duncairn, Edward Henry Carson
Duncairn, Edward Henry Carson (baron of)
Edward Carson
Edward Carson, Baron Carson (Irish unionist politician, barrister and judge)
Edward Carson (Brits politicus)
Edward Carson (irischer Politiker)
Edward Carson (personnalité politique irlandaise)
Edward Carson (politico irlandese)
Garson, Edward
Dates: 
1854-1935
Creation class: 
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bm
cre
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author
Related names: 
Cooper, Bryan (co-author)
Lecky, W.E.H. (1838-1903)
Lecky, William Edward Hartpole (1838-1903)
O'Mahony, Seán
Saunders, Edward
Traill, Anthony (1838-1914)
Wicks, Pembroke
Wilde, Constance (1858-1898)
Wilde, Oscar (1854-1900)
Titles: 
ancient and rightful customs, The : a history of the English Customs Service
Brief van Sir Edward Henry Carson (1854-1935), politicus, geschreven aan William Edward Hartpole Lecky (1838-1903), politicus
Catalogue of a display of records to commemorate the birth of Lord Carson 9th February, 1854 and to illustrate the events of one hundred years ago.
collection of autograph signed manuscript letters and correspondence relating to Oscar Wilde, including one from him to Mrs. Stanley, one sent by his brother William, one sent from his wife Constance to Sir John Simon and many others amongst them some sent by Aubrey Beardsley, Lord Alfred Douglas and his wife Olive Custace, Robert Ross, Edward Carson and John Grey;, A
complete grammar of anarchy, The : by members of the war cabinet and their friends
Copy of letter from Eoin MacNeill to Edward Carson, on behalf of the Irish Volunteers Executive, regarding "cordial co-operation" between the Irish Volunteers and the Ulster Volunteer Force, with copy of a resolution regarding same
Last honours to Ulster's leader Lord Carson of Duncairn enshrined in Cathedral of St. Anne Belfast, Saturday, 26th October, 1935.
Letter from Edward Carson to George Boyle Hanna, Independent Unionist for East Antrim
Letter from Lord Midleton on issues related to the Irish Unionist Alliance and the problem of Home Rule
Letter from Sir Edward Carson to General Sir Henry Sclater regarding a Gibson from Belfast who joined the Royal Army Medical Corps [R.A.M.C.]
Letter from Sir Edward Carson to Lt. Colonel Alexander Grubb regarding his son after the outbreak of the First World War
Letter from Sir Edward Carson to unidentified recipient sending thanks
life of lord Carson. Vol. 1, The
Miscellaneous papers relating to the Irish Volunteer movement belonging to Bulmer Hobson
National organisations in Ireland : their origin, development, and aims. (Reprinted from "The outlook.")
oorlog tegen Duitsche duikbooten, De : over het succes der Britsche marine
Papers relating to Edward Henry Carson from the estate of Pembroke Wicks, Carson's Private Secretary
Roger Casement and John Redmond [and] Carson as a Prussian.
self-supporting empire, A
[Sir Edward Carson inspects the latest pattern of machine gun]
Sir Edward Carson, Ulster Leader ... Introduction by the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, and foreword by Lt.-Col. Sir James Craig ... With a portrait.
Tenth (Irish) Division in Gallipoli, by Bryan Cooper,... With an introduction by major-gen. Sir Bryan Mahon,... With appreciations by Mr. Asquith, Mr. Balfour, sir Edward Carson, Mr. John Redmond, The
War on german submarines
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