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A New history of Ireland / edited by T. W. Moody, F. X. Martin, F. J. Byrne.


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Oxford [Eng.] : Clarendon Press, 19-
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  • v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Vol. 2 edited by Art Cosgrove. Vols. 5-6 edited by W.E. Vaughan.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
  • Introduction: early modern Ireland. Ireland in 1534, D.B.Quinn and K.W. Nicholls-- the royal supremecy and ecclesiastical revolution 1534-47, G.A. Hayes-McCoy-- conciliation, coercion and the Protestant Reformation 1547-71, G.A.Hayes-McCoy-- the completion of the Tudor conquest and the advance of the Counter-Reformation 1571-1603, G.A.Hayes-McCoy-- land and people c. 1600, R.A.Butlin-- the Irish economy 1600-60, Aidan Clarke-- pacification, plantation and the Catholic question 1603-23, Aidan Clarke and R.Dudley Edwards-- selling royal favours 1624-32, Aidan Clarke-- the government of Wentworth 1632-40, Aidan Clarke-- the breakdown of authority 1640-41, Aidan Clarke-- the rising of 1641 and the Catholic confederacy 1641-5, Patrick J.Corish-- Ormond, Rinuccini and the confederates 1645-9, Patrick J.Corish-- the Cromwellian conquest, 1649-53, Patrick J.Corish-- the Cromwellian regime 1650-60, Patrick J.Corish-- economic trends 1660-91, L.M.Cullen-- the Irish coinage 1534-1691, Michael Dolley-- the Restoration 1660-85, J.G.Simms-- land and people c. 1685, J.H.Andrews-- the war of the two kings 1685-91, J.G.Simms-- the Irish language in the early modern period, Brian O'Cuiv-- the English language in early modern Ireland, Alan Bliss-- Irish literature in Latin 1550-1700, Benignus Millet-- the Irish abroad 1534-1691, John J.Silke.
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Publisher's Summary:
This third volume of "A New History of Ireland" opens with a character study of early modern Ireland and a panoramic survey of Ireland in 1534, followed by 12 chapters of narrative history. There are also chapters on the economy, coinage, languages and literature, and the Irish abroad. Two surveys, "Land and People" c 1600 and c 1685, are included. The work is aimed at scholars and students of Irish history, language and literature.
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Moody, T. W. (Theodore William), 1907-1984.
Martin, F. X. (Francis X.)
Byrne, F. J. (Francis John), 1934-

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