A New History of Ireland: v. 4 - Eighteenth Century Ireland 1691-1800 (New History of Ireland)
By: T. W. Moody (editor), W. E. Vaughan (editor)Paperback
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A New History of Ireland is the largest scholarly project in modern Irish history. In 9 volumes, it provides a comprehensive new synthesis of modern scholarship on every aspect of Irish history and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological evidence, through the Middle Ages, down to the present day. The fourth volume of A New History of Ireland opens with an introductory survey of Ireland in the eighteenth century, followed by chapters that examine the Protestant ascendancy, social and political life, religion, the economy, and the arts.
Introduction: Eighteenth-Century Ireland ; 1. The Establishment of Protestant Ascendancy, 1691-1714 ; 2. The Social Structure and Social Life 1714-60 ; 3. The Political Structure, 1714-60 ; 4. The Ecclesiastical Structure, 1714-60 ; 5. Protestant Ascendancy and the Rise of Colonial Nationalism, 1714-60 ; 6. Economic Development 1691-1750 ; 7. Economic Development 1750-1800 ; 8. Colonial Nationalism and the Winning of Parliamentary Independence 160-82 ; 9. Land and People c.1780 ; 10. Parliamentary Independence 1782-9 ; 11. The Age of the United Irishmen: Reform and Reaction 1789-94 ; 12. The Age of the United Irishmen: Revolution and the Union 1794-1800 ; 13. Irish Language and Literature 1691-1845 ; 14. Literature in english 1691-1800 ; 15. The Visual Arts 1603-1740 ; 16. The Visual Arts 1740-1850 ; 17. Music Before 1700 ; 18. Music 1700-1850 ; 19. The Irish on the Continent 1691-1800 ; 20. Ireland in 1800
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