20th September 2002
For 30 years Arthur Clery commented on Irish life in the "Leader", and some of his most engaging pieces were...
14th July 2003
An account of Daniel O'Connell's visit to Belfast in January 1840 where Presbyterian leader Henry Cooke publicly challenged O'Connell to...
7th March 2000
This is the story of James Mullin, born in poverty in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, left school at 11 and became...
John Sarsfield Casey
7th December 2004
This very vivid memoir describes the prison experiences of a Cork Fenian activist, John Sarsfield Casey. 'The Galtee Boy' was...
Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna
26th April 2004
This volume is an abridged edition of Tonna's personal recollections, which includes her memoir of visiting Ireland in the mid-1820s....
6th December 2006
Addresses the Catholic professional class educated in secondary schools run by religious orders. This book shows that the Gaelic Revival...
William Cooke Taylor
Soon after Daniel O'Connell's death, Taylor published (as 'A Munster Farmer') this short account of the Liberator's life, drawing on...
21st November 2008
Presents memories of the author's journey of April and May 1921. This title offers an account that provides a portrait...
30th March 2006
Presenting an account of a tour of Ireland by a pro-Home Rule British Liberal journalist, this title provides interviews and...
14th September 2010
Casey was one of a group of Fenians arrested in 1865 in Cork and transported to Western Australia with other...
Frank Frankfort Moore
1st September 2007
Comprises the author's recollections of Victorian Belfast and Bangor between his childhood in the 1860s and his departure for London...
12th June 2005
Mitchel's account of the Repeal campaign, the Famine and the 1848 Rising, which originally appeared in Mitchel's Tennessee-based newspaper. The...
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