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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 39 n 154 - 2014|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2014|
Female activists across the United Kingdom had insisted from the late nineteenth century that the employment of women police who would deal with problems specific to women and children could help t...
Denouncing the Rising as 'criminal madness', the Irish Independent, the most widely read national daily with a circulation of about 100,000, made clear in its first editorial after the outbreak the...
It has long been accepted that memory plays a prominent role in the construction of Irish identities and yet historians of Ireland were relatively late in addressing the vogue for memory studies th...
In 1435 the Irish council complained to Henry VI that there is not left in the nether parts of the counties of Dublin, Meath, Louth, and Kildare, that join together, out of the subjection of the sa...
When one thinks of Newton, Ireland in unlikely to figure in any account of his existence or output, nor did he publish any writings on Ireland. His private letters reveals little consideration of t...
On 4 October 1842, Richard Mant, the Church of Ireland bishop of Down and Connor, presided over the first meeting of the Down and Connor Church of Architecture Society in the Clerical Rooms in cent...
A seventeenth-century manuscript miscellany, which once belonged to Archbishop James Ussher of Armagh, contains a short treatise on the origins of government by Sir George Radcliffe. Radcliffe was ...