The Political Ideas of Parnell

  title={The Political Ideas of Parnell},
  author={F. S. L. Lyons},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  pages={749 - 775}
  • F. Lyons
  • Published 1 December 1973
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
‘It is not easy to describe the mental life of a man who is neither expansive nor introspective’. Thus wrote T. P. O'Connor, one of Parnell's earliest biographers. Historians have never ceased to echo his lament, and however much they may have differed in their interpretation of Parnell, they have generally agreed that, while no Irish leader of the nineteenth century has been so intensively studied, none remains so enigmatic and inaccessible. 

‘Parnellism And Crime’, 1887–90

  • F. Lyons
  • History
    Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
  • 1974
The Home Rule crisis of 1885–86 is generally held to mark a water-shed in the history of Anglo-Irish relations. This it undoubtedly does, though not necessarily for the reasons commonly advanced. The

Languages of Politics in Nineteenth-Century Britain

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Crowned in shamrocks erin't Broad Acres : the emergence of the Irish Catholic community in Yorkshire, and the evolution of the West Riding's forgotten Irish rugby clubs, 1860-c 1920

This thesis examines the emergence of the Irish Catholic diaspora in the industrial diocese of the West Riding of Yorkshire, and the evolution of the West Riding's forgotten Irish rugby clubs, 1860-c

La Question irlandaise selon Marx et Engels vue sous un jour nouveau

Que Karl Marx et Friedrich Engels aient à la fin des années 1860 uni la destinée de leur projet de révolution prolétarienne universelle à l’Irlande, est généralement méconnu. Principal obstacle à




Irish-American nationalism

  • T. Moody
  • History, Economics
    Irish Historical Studies
  • 1967
During the four decades that followed the great famine, over three million people born in Ireland emigrated to the U.S.A. In the seventies and eighties these Irish-Americans and their descendants

John Dillon and the Plan of Campaign, 1886–90

  • F. Lyons
  • History
    Irish Historical Studies
  • 1965
There is a sense in which the home rule debates of 1886 were less the climax of than a deviation from the logical and predictable development of Irish politics in the Parnellite period. Had home rule

The life of William Ewart Gladstone

Only for you today! Discover your favourite the life of william ewart gladstone book right here by downloading and getting the soft file of the book. This is not your time to traditionally go to the

The Parnell movement