John Kells Ingram

John Kells Ingram

Professor John Kells Ingram (7 July 1823 – 1 May 1907) was an economist and poet.

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John Kells Ingram - Secondary Literature
... Barrett - John Kells Ingram (1823–1907) Douglas Bennett - The Silver Connection -, TCD 1988 Robert Dennis Collison Black - Centenary History of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland ... Routledge, London 1992 Auguste Comte John Kells Ingram - Passages from the Letters of Auguste Comte -, Bibliobazaar, 2008, ISBN 978-0-554-88013-6 Declan Budd Ross Hinds - The Hist and Edmund Burke's ... Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing -, Derry 1991 Richard Theodore Ely - Introduction to Ingram -, 1915 Caesar Litton Falkiner - Memoir of John Kells Ingram -, Sealy, Bryers and Walker ...

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