People, politics and power : essays on Irish History 1660-1850 in honour of James I. McGuire (Book, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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People, politics and power : essays on Irish History 1660-1850 in honour of James I. McGuire
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People, politics and power : essays on Irish History 1660-1850 in honour of James I. McGuire

Author: James I McGuire; James Kelly; John McCafferty; Charles Ivar McGrath
Publisher: Dublin : University College Dublin, cop. 2009.
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Named Person: James I McGuire
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James I McGuire; James Kelly; John McCafferty; Charles Ivar McGrath
ISBN: 9781906359225 1906359229
OCLC Number: 762604161
Notes: Bibliogr. de John McGuire p. 203-207.
Description: 1 vol. (XIII-216 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: People, politics, and power; John Bramhall's second Irish career, 1660-3, John McCafferty; The Irish legal profession and the Catholic revival, 1660-89, Hazel Maynard; The early modern Irish outlaw: the making of a nationalist icon, Eamonn O Ciardha; Alan Brodrick and the speakership of the Irish House of Commons, 1703-4, Charles Ivar McGrath; Irish private divorce bills and acts of the eighteenth century, John Bergin; Catholic disaffection and the oath of allegiance of 1774, Vincent Morley; Defending the established order: Richard Woodward, bishop of Cloyne (1726-94); James Kelly; Daniel O'Connell and the Irish Act of Union, 1800-29, Patrick Geoghegan; Thomas Davis and the Patriot Parliament of 1689, James Quinn; Index.
Responsibility: edited by James Kelly, John Maccafferty and Charles Ivar Macgrath.
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