The reminiscences of Ignatius O’Brien, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 1913-1921: A life in Cork, Dublin and Westminister
Ignatius O’Brien was the youngest son of a struggling Cork business family. After somewhat unhappy experiences at a Cork Vincentian school and the Catholic University of Ireland, he studied to become a barrister while supporting himself as a reporter on Dublin newspapers.
Daire Hogan; Patrick Maume
- Four Courts Press Ltd
- 320 pages
- British & Irish history