The Morpeth Roll
Nathaniel Clements (1705–77)
Politics, fashion and architecture in mid-eighteenth-century Ireland
This book argues that Nathaniel Clements was an enlightened patron of architecture, not a practising architect, and that he influenced upper-class residential development in Dublin and popularised a...
Author/Editor: Anthony Malcomson
Emancipation, famine and religion
This book opens by exploring how nationalist Ireland mobilized a mass democratic movement under O’Connell to secure Catholic Emancipation. This world was soon to be transformed by the...
Author/Editor: Donnchadh Ó Corráin & Tomás O'Riordan, editors