BY TONY CANAVAN Alcock and Brown return to Clifden The two men who made aviation history by becoming the first to fly non-stop across the Atlantic are returning to the […]

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The implications for history journals, researchers and learned societies. By Jacqueline Hill Recent decades have seen certain publishers of science journals focus chiefly on profit. Naturally, libraries and other subscribers […]

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SEPTEMBER 08/1806 Patrick Cotter (46), giant, died. Born in Kinsale, Co. Cork, Cotter was just eighteen when he began exhibiting himself in England as Patrick Cotter O’Brien, ‘a lineal descendant […]

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By Dianne McPhelim The Revd and Mrs Cassandra Hand arrived in the small country town of Clones, Co. Monaghan, in October 1847, bringing with them a family of seven children […]

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