The Liberator. Daniel O'Connell and the Irish Party 1830-1847. London: Hamilton, 1965. Pp xvi, 348. Frontispiece portrait, and with folding maps in text. Near fine in pictorial dust jacket. Irish history between the grant of Catholic Emancipation and the coming of the Famine was dominated by the great figure and personality of Daniel O'Connell. The author sets O'Connell, his party and his movement against the social and economic background of pre-Famine Ireland, dealing in particular with the most important Irish issues - the Irish Poor Law, Municipal Reform and the Tithe Question.