Bibliography of the writings of John Kells Ingram, 1823-1907 with a brief chronology, compiled for Cumann Na Leabharlann, Dublin, 1907-8

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John Kells Ingram, (born July 7,Temple Carne, County Donegal, Ireland—died May 1,Dublin), Irish economic historian who also achieved fame as a scholar and poet. Ingram graduated from Trinity College in Dublin in He showed considerable promise in both mathematics and classics and achieved early popularity as a poet.

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1 Life Youth and education Academic career Economics career Religious and political views Private life 2 Recognition 3 Publications Poetry Novels Non-fiction Translated Edited 4 See also 5 References Notes 6 External links Ingram was born at the rectory of Temple Came, co.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Geschichte der Volkswirtschaftslehre, von John Kells Ingram. Ingram, John K. (John Kells), View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. The Memory of the Dead By John Kells Ingram Contributor role: Author Included in: A Book of Irish Verse Routledge, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.

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