The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald. London: Longman, Rees, & c, 1831. First Edition. Two Volumes bound in One. Pages (1) ix, 307; (2) , 305. With frontispiece folded map of part of Quebec in second volume. Bound in half calf, cloth boards, russet title label stamped ion gilt to spine, covers scuffed, ex library stamps to title pages, ink blot to title page vol 1. Otherwise a very good copy. Fitzgerald (1763-1798) was member of the Protestant Ascendancy. He had been wounded in the American Revolution, explored Canada, and influenced by the French Revolution, eventually joined the United Irishmen. Arrested, again wounded, he died (supposedly from lack of care) in Newgate Prison. Of such a life are romantic legends made, and Moore is sympathetic to that ideal.