A Stranger in Ireland. By An Englishman. Dublin: Talbot Press, 1918. First Edition. Pp 143. Dark navy cloth boards, title blind embossed on upper cover. Ownership ink stamp to front pastedown, otherwise a very good copy.
Chapters on Belfast, Galway, Cork, The Irish Convention and Sinn Fein.
Arthur Dean Codling joined the Civil Service and in 1900 was posted to the Local Government Department in Dublin. In 1923 he elected to remain there and was transferred to the Department of Finance in the Irish Free State. He was very influential in establishing its standards. He served on the Irish Connexional Committees on Public Questions and Overseas Missions and represented Irish Methodism on the Committee of the MMS. He was secretary of the Strangers' Friend Society, Dublin. He died at Newcastle, Co. Down on 10 November 1950.