The object of the disaffected in Ireland is the repeal of the Act of Union. (Report of Sir Arthur Wellesey’s agent, May 1808) The passing of the Act of Union […]

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Giraldus (c.1146-c.1223) is famous, and infamous, for his works describing Wales and Ireland in the later twelfth century: they present both countries from the viewpoint of a Roman-minded Cambro-Norman cleric. […]

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Dracula! The very name conjures up visions of mist-shrouded ruined castles in the mountains of Transylvania and of superstitious peasants huddled together in some Moldavian village inn. Forget all that—Dracula […]

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