BY TONY CANAVAN Time lost With all the attention on the centenaries of the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme, some other centenaries of Irish interest have been […]

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NEW PERSPECTIVES ON LIFE IN DUBLIN DURING A TIME OF WAR AND REVOLUTION The Dublin Metropolitan Police (DMP) Arrest or Prisoners’ Books for 1905–7 and 1911–18 are amongst the most […]

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NOVEMBER 14/1622 Milar Magrath (aged c. 100), clerical rogue, died. A Franciscan friar who married and fathered nine children, a Catholic bishop who turned Anglican and accumulated a portfolio of […]

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By Damien McLellan Recently I set about locating the church—or, more realistically, the site of the church—that Henry II was said to have founded in Waterford City in atonement for […]

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