Reviewed by Thomas O’Loughlin Professor of Historical Theology at the University of Nottingham. For over a century and a half one manuscript has held a unique fascination for every serious […]

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Seán Beattie, Donegal in transition: the impact of the Congested Districts Board (Merrion Press, €21.95 pb, 298pp, ISBN 9781908928306). Fergus Whelan, God-provoking demo-crat: the remarkable life of Archibald Hamilton Rowan […]

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The Royal College of Physicians is situated in an ornate building, erected in 1863 with the proceeds, it is said, of the insurance on the Georgian house that previously stood […]

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Ireland’s universities tend to name libraries after eminent persons with whom they are associated. Trinity College has libraries named after the philosopher George Berkeley and the historian W.E.H. Lecky, while […]

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SO RAN THE HEADLINE OF AN ARTICLE BY THE OWNER OF THE WRECK, GREGG BEMIS, IN THE IRISH TIMES AT THE TIME OF THE CENTENARY OF THE SHIP’S SINKING. MORE […]

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