Jeremiah Jordan M.P. (1830–1911): Protestant home ruler or ‘Protestant renegade’?

@article{McMinn2009JeremiahJM,
  title={Jeremiah Jordan M.P. (1830–1911): Protestant home ruler or ‘Protestant renegade’?},
  author={Richard McMinn and {\'E}amon Phoenix and Joanne Beggs},
  journal={Irish Historical Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={36},
  pages={349 - 367}
}
The 1886 general election found Parnell at the helm of a well-disciplined nationalist party. In its struggle for home rule, the Irish Parliamentary Party (I.P.P.) had been helped along the way by the newly formed Irish Protestant Home Rule Association (I.P.H.R.A.), which in July 1886 had no fewer than six M.P.s in its ranks. Jeremiah Jordan, nationalist Member of Parliament for West Clare, was one of the six. Born in 1830 at Tattenbar, near Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, the son of a tenant… 
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