Ireland

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Ireland

Author: Jenny Rees
Editor: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781872576954
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Ireland

Author: Insight Guides
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ISBN: 9781780052069
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With its unique mix of jaw-dropping landscapes, lively cities, friendly people, and buzzing nightlife, it's hard to beat a vacation in Ireland. This book is the perfect companion to this alluring country, giving you more information on history and culture than any other guide. Our expert local author has fully updated the guide for this new edition, with reworked chapters on the Irish character, Dublin, and Galway and the West, while the Belfast chapter has been brought right up to date with coverage of the city's exciting new Titanic Quarter. The book tells you everything you need to know about the essential Irish experiences, from vibrant festivals like Bloomsday to world-renowned pubs and fantastic outdoor activities such as walking, golf, and angling. Stunning pictures throughout give you a vivid portrait of modern Ireland. Comprehensive maps will help you get around and travel tips provide advice on planning a trip plus our selection of the best hotels.try{F5_flush(document);}catch(e){}

Hand Books For Ireland By Mr And Mrs S C Hall

Author: Samuel Carter Hall
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The Origins Of Prehistoric Ornament In Ireland

Author: George Coffey
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Ireland

Author: Jim O'Donnell
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ISBN: 9780906980392
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Journal

Author: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
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Irish Church Directory And Year Book

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Ireland

Author: Kathleen W. Deady
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736808149
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Discusses the land, people, food, animals, sports, and culture of Ireland.

A Hand Book For Travellers In Ireland

Author: James Fraser (of Dublin.)
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Northern Ireland Annual Abstract Of Statistics

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Romantic Ireland

Author: Paddy Lyons
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443853585
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The long nineteenth century, arguably the most significant period in Irish history, is marked by a series of events that changed the political landscape of the nation forever and gave rise to art and ideas of international importance. At one end of this tumultuous period, we have Grattan’s Parliament, the United Irishmen, the Rebellion of 1798 led by Wolfe Tone, and the Union of 1801, and at the other, the fall of Parnell, the Easter Rising, Civil War and partition. Between times there are the great hinge events of Catholic Emancipation, the Famine, and the Land War. From Wolfe Tone to Maud Gonne, Ireland went through a period of enormous upheaval that carved out the culture and politics of the modern nation. Irish Studies has not yet fully engaged with the range and richness of this material, nor have critics in the various Anglophone literary fields grasped the extent to which Irish and Scottish events and authors contributed decisively to the development of their own areas. Bringing together an international line-up of established and emerging scholars, Romantic Ireland: From Tone to Gonne takes Irish Studies in new directions, in particular in terms of a cross-cultural comparison with Scotland and the distinct phenomenon of Unionism, thus breaking out of the double binds of Anglo-Irish approaches. The Irish-Scottish interface throws up fascinating insights that enhance our awareness of the interaction between colonialism, nationalism and culture. All of the major figures of the period are represented here, from Edgeworth and Moore to Yeats and Synge, but there are other, often less noticed but hugely significant writers, such as Charles Robert Maturin, Dion Boucicault and May Laffan. There are non-Irish commentators on Ireland like Cobbett and Engels, as well as a series of key Scottish figures – including Burns and Scott – in addition to lesser-known or lesser-noticed Scottish writers with strong Irish interests such as R. M. Ballantyne and Robert Tannahill – whose work opens up new and promising avenues into Irish writing.

Catalogue Of Books In The Mercantile Library Of The City Of New York

Author: Mercantile Library Association of the City of New-York
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Journal

Author: Royal Geological Society of Ireland, Dublin
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Thom S Directory Of Ireland

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Publications

Author: Irish archaeological and Celtic society
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Recent Events In Northern Ireland In Perspective

Author: Ulster Group
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Walter Long Ireland And The Union 1905 1920

Author: John Kendle
Editor: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773509085
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It has been argued that Walter Long was the most powerful single voice on Irish affairs in the British government for the critical period from 1916 to 1920. As the leader most committed to a federalist approach to constitutional reform in Ireland, he was a central figure in maintaining a firm stance on Ireland as an integral part of the union and in determining the eventual shape of the union after the First World War.

Catalogue Of The Books In The Manchester Free Library

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"The Catalogue ... has been prepared with a view to accomplish two objects. One, to offer an inventory of all the books on the shelves of the Reference Department of the Manchester Free Library: the other, to supply ... a ready Key both to the subjects of the books, and to the names of the authors." - v. 1, the compiler to the reader.