Sir,—In the last issue (HI Autumn 1999) T.G. Fraser (‘The Scottish-Irish Orange Connection’) claims that ‘no better reminder of one of Ireland’s most distinctive contributions to Scottish society could have […]

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When she was a young girl, her Uncle Eugene gave Hanna Sheehy the gift of a writing desk. A typical gift, probably, for one of her education and class, yet […]

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This one-day conference, organised by the Irish in Europe 1600-1800Project at NUI Maynooth on Saturday 11 December 1999, is intended as ashowcase for ongoing research by new and established historians […]

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Great Britain and Ireland have long been the homes of multicultural societies, in the early modern period no less than in the present day. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries […]

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Sir—In your last issue Brian Hanley refers to a ‘Donie O’Neill’ as oneof the defenders of Connolly House during a violent anti-Communistattack in March 1933. The name mentioned is obviously […]

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