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Auteur Patrick KELLY
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'No improper employment for a clergyman'; or what prompted Berkeley to issue a second, much-revised, edition of The Querist in 1750?Patrick KELLY, Auteur |George Caffentzis's compelling account of why Berkeley published the three-part, anonymous Querist in 1735-7 poses the question of what impelled him to bring out a much-truncated, single-volume ver...
ArticlePatrick KELLY, Auteur |Though a National Bank issuing paper money was the core of Berkeley's proposal for reforming the Irish economy, the details of his bank scheme have received little attention. Analysis of banking ve...
Sir Richard Bolton and the authorship of 'A declaration setting forth how, and by what means, the laws and statutes of England, from time to time came to be of force in Ireland', 1644Patrick KELLY, Auteur |The seventeenth-century tradition that the Irish lord chancellor, Sir Richard Bolton, was the author of the 1644 Declaration asserting the legislative independence of the Irish parliament has long ...