Dr Dominic Corrigan was technically incorrect when he stated that famine and fever were cause and effect, and so, by extension, was Carleton. What we now know, but which Corrigan […]

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Two hundred years ago a decision was imminent on one of the great engineering projects of nineteenth-century Ireland. Arnold Horner outlines some key events in the building of Dún Laoghaire […]

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Rennie was no stranger to Dublin, or indeed to Ireland. A small notebook in the National Library of Scotland records his 1801 impressions of the Dublin harbour area. Three years […]

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Chris Lawlor traces the rise of the O’Byrne clan, and particularly the Gabhal Raghnaill sept, during the long sixteenth century, outlining the resistance of Feagh Mac Hugh O’Byrne and some […]

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The Council of Irish Chiefs and Chieftains, in association with the History Department of Trinity College, Dublin, and History Ireland magazine, is offering a prize of €750 for the winning […]

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