Ireland (World Travel Map)

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Occasionally, sentiment in Parliament might force an unwanted minister on him, as when George III was forced to choose Rockingham in 1782, but the king could dissolve Parliament and use his considerable patronage power to secure a new one more amenable to his views. These all get a friendly alternative crowd: The Spaniard, 3 Skipper Street, +44 28 9023 2448. In the reign of James I a Puritan inhabitant of the town got possession of this relic of the old religion, and to mark his contempt for it caused it to be hollowed out and used as a trough for swine.

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Publisher: Bartholomew (December 1, 1994)

ISBN: 0702825476

Usborne Children's Atlas of Britain and Northern Ireland (Atlases) by Colin King (1995-12-31)

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