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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 35 n 138 - 2006|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2006|
Andrew DAVIES, Auteur |
Of all the cities of England and Scotland, Glasgow is most widely associated with sectarianism. As Bill Murray has remarked, the city is renowned for its religion, violence and football, three elem...
Marie COLEMAN, Auteur |
From its foundation in 1930 until the end of 1934 the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake sold the overwhelming majority of its tickets in Great Britain. Alarmed at the success of an enterprise that was ill...
C.J. WOODS, Auteur |
Daniel O'Connell, asked when appearing before a select committee of the House of Commons on 1 March 1825 whether there had been many Catholics among the United Irishmen, replied that there were 'sc...
Robert LYNCH, Auteur |
The study of the Irish Civil War has undergone enormous changes in recent years, especially in terms of a new appreciation of the role played by minorities and localities in shaping the conflict. H...
Judith BARRY, Auteur |
In May 1560 a new office was established in the Irish administration, the first to be introduced in almost twenty years. It was that strange creation, the office of secretary of state for Ireland. ...
The history of Poynings' Law is complex and multifaceted. Much has been written about it, at times with the end result being a recognition that to investigate Poynings' Law is to venture into a qua...