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Title The anti-union [electronic resource] .

Published [Dublin] : James Moore, No. 45, College-green, 1798-1799.
Dates of Publication Began with no. 1 (Thursday, Dec. 27, 1798); ceased with no. 32 (Saturday, Mar. 9, 1799).


Location Call No. Status
Frequency Three times a week
Notes Imprint (no. 1) from p. [1]; other issues have colophons which vary slightly, e.g. no. 32, p. 128: Dublin : Printed by James Moore, 45, College-green.
Printed in two columns; with continuous pagination.
Text of no. 32 reads in part: "we deem it expedient to suspend the publication of this paper, until a future occasion shall call for our services."
Complete run of a thrice-weekly periodical, sponsored by the Opposition Party, against the Union of Ireland/Great Britain; modelled on the earlier Anti-Jacobin; chief contributors: Peter Burrowes, Plunket, Charles Bushe, Thomas Wallace. Thomas Gould, Smiley (cf. Aspinall, Politics & the press).
Final issue consulted (JSTOR, viewed Mar. 20, 2009).
Description based on no. 1 (Thursday, Dec. 27, 1798); title from caption (JSTOR, viewed Mar. 20, 2009).
Subject Political satire -- Periodicals -- Early works to 1800.
Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1798 -- Periodicals -- Early works to 1800.
Ireland -- History -- Union, 1801 -- Periodicals -- Early works to 1800.
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1760-1820 -- Periodicals -- Early works to 1800.
Early works.
Abbreviated title ANTI-UNION
Other uniform title Anti-Jacobin.