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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 38 n 150 - 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2012|
Michael HUGGINS, Auteur |
If as Thomas Flanagan has asserted, 'the importance of John Mitchel's Jail journal to the tradition of Irish separatism has been underestimated', the appearance of James Quinn's recent short bi...
Bernard KELLY, Auteur |
On 19 December 1946, the Irish President, Sean T. O'Kelly, signed the Unemployment Insurance Act into law. This innocuous-sounding piece of legislation has received vey little attention from histor...
Alan BRYSON, Auteur |
Criticism of the lord deputy of Ireland, Sir Anthony St Leger, became vocal during 1544, especially among supporters of James Butler, ninth Earl of Ormond, who felt that he was being excluded from ...
Ian CAMPBELL, Auteur |
Richard O'Ferrall's claim of 5 March 1658 that the Stuart monarchy had no right to rule Ireland was made almost in passing. The real purpose of the report made by this Capuchin friar and courtier a...
Richard KEOGH, Auteur |
William Nicholas Keogh (1817-1878) has long been remembered as the place-hunting lawyer who betrayed his country and wrecked the political fortunes of Irish constitutional nationalism for a generat...
Shaun MCDAID, Auteur |
In December 1973, the British and Irish governments and the Northern Ireland Executive designate agreed to the formal establishment of a 'Council of Ireland' as part of the historic Sunningdale Agr...
Select document: the division in the Irish House of Commons on the 'tithe of agistment', 18 Mar. 1736, and Swift's 'Character... of the Legion Club'
D. W. HAYTON, Auteur ; Stephen KARIAN, Auteur |
Historians studying the Irish parliament in the first half of the eighteenth century generally have to make do with sources that are far less rich than those available at Westminster. In particular...