The Irish College at Lisbon 1590-1834. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2001. A fine copy in pictorial dust jacket.
Signed by the Author on title-page.
Irish College at Lisbon or St. Patrick's College, Lisbon was set up during the Penal Times, by a group of Irish Jesuits, supported by a number of Portuguese Nobles. The building which served as the college until its closure in 1834 still stands and is used as a court house.