THE PHENOMENON OF ANTI-PAPAL PUBLIC ORATION IN BRITAIN By Daniel Downer Popular among the conservative middle and working classes alike as a form of intellectual education or mere entertainment, the […]

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WEATHER AND DANGER WERE KEY TO LEE’S EXPERIENCE By Angela Byrne At midday on Monday 3 November 1806, John Lee (né Fiott, 1783–1866) left the inn at Dingle on foot […]

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Annamoe, Co. Wicklow By Mary Davies Glendalough House, Co. Wicklow, has been involved with events connected with both sides in the struggle for Irish freedom. The house, originally Drummin, was […]

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WHY WE NEED TO CONFRONT THE ‘IRISH SLAVE MYTH’ AND HOW TERMINOLOGY IS NOT SIMPLY SEMANTICS By Liam Hogan, Laura McAtackney and Matthew C. Reilly When John Grenham asked the […]

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WHY DID THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION FAIL IN IRELAND? By Henry A. Jefferies In terms of sheer importance in Irish history, few events compare with the Reformation. In particular, the contrasting […]

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