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Faith, famine and fatherland in the Irish Midlands
Smyth, Alfred P.
|Statement||Alfred P. Smyth.|
|Contributions||Cogan, Anthony, 1826-1872.|
|LC Classifications||DA950.1 .S45 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||93119661|
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Smyth. He had made no famine and fatherland in the Irish Midlands book reference to Ireland and saw his native land and church conjoined famine and fatherland in the Irish Midlands book England under the same monarch. This first invocation of faith and fatherland in the Irish context had come from the pen of a Protestant who wrote another book, now lost, entitled How Ireland may be.
Faith, Famine and Fatherland in the Nineteenth-Century Irish Midlands: Perceptions of a Priest and Historian, Anthony Cogan,Four Courts Press (Dublin, Ireland), King Alfred the Great, Oxford University Press (New York, NY), In Fr.
Cogan’s book was re-issued by the Four Courts Press together with a supplementary volume by Alfred P Smyth, ‘Faith, famine and fatherland in the Irish midlands: perceptions of a priest and historian Anthony Cogan ’.
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The Diocese of Meath, Ancient and Modern. Dublin: Four Courts Press, Four volumes, facsimile reprint of the three volumes published in With the addition of 'Faith, Famine and Fatherland in the Irish Midlands: Perceptions of a Priest and Historian: Anthony Cogan.
By Anthony Cogan. 3 volumes. First published Dublin Reprint with new index of Vol. 3 by Alfred P. Smyth. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Vol. 1, lvi+; Vol. 2, xv+; Vol. 3, xxiii+ Faith, Famine and Fatherland in the Irish Midlands: Perceptions of a Priest and Historian: Anthony Cogan, By Alfred P.
Smyth. Celtic Leinster: Towards an Historical Geography of Early Irish Civilization, A.D. (Celtic & Medieval Studies) Scandinavian Kings in the British Isles, (Oxford Historical Monographs) Faith Famine and Fatherland in 19th Century Midlands.
Faith, Famine and Fatherland in the Nineteenth century Irish Midlands; Perceptions of a Priest and Historian, Anthony Cogan Blackrock: Four Courts Press,pp. IR?hc. ISBN 9 0 These books deal with two very different 19th-century Irish priests, neither of whom fits the stereotype of the sagart.
Tuesday 7th March, 8pm. Dean Cogan was a native of Slane and his monumental Diocese of Meath, Ancient and Modern was published in Dublin in three volumes in It was reissued by Four Courts Press inedited by Alfred P.
Smyth and including a fourth volume written by Professor Smyth entitled Faith, famine and fatherland in the nineteenth century Irish midlands: Perceptions of a priest. Anthony Cogan’s work was reprinted by Four Courts Press, Dublin in a handsome large paper format with a new fourth volume written by the late Professor Alfred P.
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The book also contains major studies on the writings of this gifted king, on the controversial charters of his reign, and on the origins of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Professor Smyth shows the Chronicle to have been much more closely connected with the court of King Alfred than has hitherto been/5(8).
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This old town was destroyed by Edward Bruce, in his march towards Dublin, inhaving been, up to then, the residence of King Con O’FARRELLl.Faith Famine and Fatherland in 19th Century Midlands avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5.This succinct, scholarly study covers important historical events, including the Cromwellian conquest and settlement, the Great Famine, and the struggle for Irish independence.
Gibney's book explores major themes such as Ireland’s often contentious relationship with Britain, its place within the British Empire, the impact of the Protestant.