The Grand Canal of Ireland
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The grand canal of Ireland. In Ireland as on the Continent of Europe, the early canals were Government financed, begun as part of a great effort at economic development. In this they differed from those of Great Britain which were built by private companies to enable what had already developed to expand.
Diary of an Offaly Schoolboy, 1858-59, William Davis€15.00 – €25.00