The making of British unionism, 1740–1848
Politics, government, and the Anglo-Irish constitutional relationship
Between 1740 and 1848, an overwhelming majority of the British ruling class determined that a legislative union with Ireland was preferable to the devolved constitutional framework of the...
Author/Editor: Douglas Kanter
Irish provincial cultures in the long eighteenth century
Essays for Toby Barnard
In this book, thirteen distinguished historians of early modern Ireland recreate the lost world of those who carved out a middle position between the aristocracy and the tenantry...
Author/Editor: Raymond Gillespie & R.F. Foster, editors