2 edition of Irish Unionist pocket-book found in the catalog.
Irish Unionist pocket-book
Unionist Associations of Ireland.
Bibliography p107-111. - Index.
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The Book of Leinster is an immense volume, containing about as much matter as six of Scott's prose novels. The Lebar Brecc, or Speckled Book of Mac Egan, is in the Royal Irish Academy. It is a large folio volume, now consisting of pages, but originally containing many more, written in . This book traces the development of the Unionist and Nationalist traditions in Ireland - Beginnings of the Irish problem - Protestants take control - Act of Union - The Famine - Republic or Home Rule? - Ulster crisis - Ireland and the First World War - Easter Rising - Partition - Civil War - Ireland since the Treaty.
OCLC Number: Notes: "A seminar at the Ulster People's College Belfast on 9th May "--Page . Description: 44 pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility. Sometimes when you see the hatred some Unionists have for their Nationalist neighbors and their traditions up close it is a scary sight. Gregory Campbell from the Democratic Unionist .
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