The dissenting voice: Protestant democracy in Ulster from plantation to partition. By Flann Campbell. Pp x, 513. Belfast: Blackstaff Press. 1991. £12.95 paperback.

@article{McMinn1993TheDV,
  title={The dissenting voice: Protestant democracy in Ulster from plantation to partition. By Flann Campbell. Pp x, 513. Belfast: Blackstaff Press. 1991. £12.95 paperback.},
  author={Richard McMinn},
  journal={Irish Historical Studies},
  year={1993},
  volume={28},
  pages={323 - 325}
}
  • R. McMinn
  • Published 1 May 1993
  • History
  • Irish Historical Studies
many responses, or to speculate about the intellectual formation of the elite. Certainly, in relation to the latter issue, he remarks on the small number of graduates among the members of the early eighteenth-century Irish parliament. Even allowing that few of them were bookish — and here Dr Pollard's constantly illuminating study of the Dublin book trade now enables us better to gauge the reach and popularity of print — and that military exercises, foreign and English tours, the stables and… 
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