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"Clowns of no account"? Reflections on the involvement of four Irishmen in the commercial life of the Colony of New South Wales, 1788-1818
This paper reflects on the involvement of four Irishmen in the commercial affairs of the fledgling British colony in Sydney, New South Wales (NSW), between 1788 and 1818. They are John Kenny, a felonExpand
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Kathleen Lynn: Irishwoman, Patriot, Doctor
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Review: Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series
that has long divided scholars of Gaelic and Anglophone, and Protestant and Catholic Ireland, Morley has set an important precedent that others will have to follow. Significantly, it is anExpand
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Review: History and Memory in Modern Ireland
College Green. For Louis Cullen the Bolton argument is less than convincing. Cullen concentrates on a small number of counties and his minute knowledge of the sources is evident. He rightlyExpand
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Review: A Pride of Professors: The Professors of Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 1813–1985, Medicine, Disease and the State in Ireland 1650–1940
greater British state, an outlook which put him in direct lineage of the emancipationists. The final sections examine Sadleir's financial fall, his swindle and the impact on his family. Sadleir hadExpand
Books and baths and run all the way: The cultural formation of female primary teachers in the early twentieth century
Abstract This paper discusses the role of female primary teachers in the development of a national system of education. Their preparation at the various training colleges as well as the academic andExpand
Review: Anglican Women in Dublin: Philanthropy, Politics and Education in the Early Twentieth Century
the difference in recruiting numbers between Britain and Ireland as 'primarily due to Ireland's different social structure' (p. 65), rather than any actual sense of Irishness as a distinct andExpand
Review: The Irish Women's History Reader
history of the Dublin tenements. I was also delighted to see her use]olm D. Sheridan, who enjoyed a much greater public readership from the 1940s to the early 1970s than the rather recherche Myles naExpand
Medical Archives for the Socio-Economic Historian
Until recently, relatively little was known about the survival rate of medical records, particularly those of local hospitals and mental hospitals. During the 1980s and 1990s the Business RecordsExpand
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