AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|vol. 34 n 135|
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|vol. 34 n 136|
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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 34 n 136 - 2005|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2005|
In the past historians of the Anglo-Irish union have concentrated largely on the leading political figures. Peel O'Connell, Gladstone, Parnell, Salisbury, Redmond, Asquith and Lloyd George and thei...
The importance of the Orange Order to Unionism has long been accepted: J.F. Harbinson referred to 'the marriage of the Unionist Party and the Orange Institution in the early days of the struggle ag...
Ireland's political and constitutional relationship to England remains a key theme of late medieval and early modern Irish history. Although it was a relationship in which Ireland was undoubtedly t...
The phenomenon of religious revival has attracted considerable attention from scholars working in a variety of disciplines. In the Irish context, this is especially true in the case of Presbyterian...
On Saturday 12 February 1881 two horses belonging to Andrew Kettle, executive member of the Land League, were auctioned at a sheriff's sale at his residence, Kilmore Cottage, Artane, County Dublin....