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Arthur Clery

20th September 2002 · Paperback

For 30 years Arthur Clery commented on Irish life in the "Leader", and some of his most engaging pieces were...

William McComb

14th July 2003 · Paperback

An account of Daniel O'Connell's visit to Belfast in January 1840 where Presbyterian leader Henry Cooke publicly challenged O'Connell to...

James Mullin

7th March 2000 · Paperback

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 · Paperback

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 · Paperback

This volume is an abridged edition of Tonna's personal recollections, which includes her memoir of visiting Ireland in the mid-1820s....

D.P. Moran

6th December 2006 · Paperback

Addresses the Catholic professional class educated in secondary schools run by religious orders. This book shows that the Gaelic Revival...

William Cooke Taylor

7th December 2004 · Paperback

Soon after Daniel O'Connell's death, Taylor published (as 'A Munster Farmer') this short account of the Liberator's life, drawing on...

Wilfrid Ewart

21st November 2008 · Paperback

Presents memories of the author's journey of April and May 1921. This title offers an account that provides a portrait...

Harold Begbie

30th March 2006 · Paperback

Presenting an account of a tour of Ireland by a pro-Home Rule British Liberal journalist, this title provides interviews and...

John Sarsfield Casey

14th September 2010 · Paperback

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 · Paperback

Comprises the author's recollections of Victorian Belfast and Bangor between his childhood in the 1860s and his departure for London...

John Mitchel

12th June 2005 · Paperback

Mitchel's account of the Repeal campaign, the Famine and the 1848 Rising, which originally appeared in Mitchel's Tennessee-based newspaper. The...