Gladstone and Ireland. The Irish Policy of Parliament from 1850-1894. London: Methuen, 1912. Ppviii , 391. Maroon cloth, boarders ruled in gilt with title to upper cover and spine, in publisher's dust jacket. Covers bight and clean, heavy off-setting to pages 370/371 otherwise contents generally in good condition, jacket fayed along top edge. A narrative of the Irish legislation by which Gladstone endeavoured to pacify Ireland, and to solve the Home Rule problem. The author, who took a deep interest in the Irish question, was a member of several of Gladstone's Governments and in the Cabinet of 1892-93.