2 The date of L and Z is given as the end of the 15th century in the introduction to Wyse's edition.
Amhurst, History of Catholic Emancipation (2 vols., London, 1886); Sir Thomas Wyse, Historical Sketch of the late Catholic Association of Ireland (London, 1829); W.
She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Wyse, British plenipotentiary at Athens, and Laetitia Bonaparte, niece of Napoleon I.
There is a sympathetic sketch of O'Connell's career in Lecky's Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland (1871); Sir Thomas Wyse's Historical Sketch of the late Catholic Association (1829) gives the best account of the religious struggle, and much may be learned from W.
Wyse, Historical Sketch of the late Catholic Association (1829); G.
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