ON 9 NOVEMBER 1620 MEMBERS OF THE SPANISH DIPLOMATIC DELEGATION TO LONDON DID SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO TWO PAINTINGS (ONE OF THE BATTLE OF KINSALE) DEPICTING ENGLISH MILITARY AND DIPLOMATIC TRIUMPHS […]

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HOW WOULD MEDIEVAL PILGRIMS RETURNING FROM SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA TO WATERFORD HARBOUR HAVE TRAVELLED HOME TO DUBLIN? By Damien McLellan Every year for the past fifteen years I have walked […]

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WHY HAS IRELAND, TO DATE, RESISTED THE DEMANDS FROM CITIZENS ABROAD TO END THEIR DISENFRANCHISEMENT? By Mary J. Hickman When citizens leave Ireland they continue to have the right to […]

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Sir,—I am doing a bit of research for native New Yorker Tom Mannix, who has an engineer’s pocket-watch that he inherited from his father, who told him that it belonged […]

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Sir,—I am an International Peace Studies student at Trinity College Dublin, researching contemporary southern unionism. My research to date suggests that unionism is not extinct but has evolved over the […]

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