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Re: Co Monaghan Coroner's casebook 1856 / 76
Posted by: Jone Carlson (ID *****9368) Date: April 02, 2006 at 09:30:54
In Reply to: Co Monaghan Coroner's casebook 1856 / 76 by george of 886

Can you be more explicit about how County Monaghan Coroner's casebook 1856 / 76 is depicted in "Melancholy Madness" by Michelle McGoff-McCann recently published by Mercier Press? Is it merely a reference that a Coroner's Case Book exists? Is there a referance for making contact for the Coroner's information?

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