By T.W. Moody, F.X. Martin, F.J. Byrne
BL Reissued with a complete and up to date bibliographical complement deliberate and validated by means of the overdue T. W. Moody, a brand new background of eire is a harvesting of recent scholarship on Irish background from the earliest instances to the current. there'll be ten volumes, six of that have been released so far. The 3rd quantity opens with a personality learn of early smooth eire and a wide ranging survey of eire in 1534, through twelve chapters of narrative heritage. There are extra chapters at the financial system, the coinage, languages and literature, and the Irish out of the country. surveys, 'Land and People', c.1600 and c.1685, are integrated.
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Additional resources for A New History of Ireland, Vol. 3: Early Modern Ireland, 1534-1691
Nicholls Ireland surveyed Dublin and the Pale Low Leinster The south-east Cork and the south-west Limerick and Thomond Connacht Ulster The North midlands The Dublin administration Structure of the Gaelic lordships Law and learning in Gaelic Ireland The church Warfare Land tenure and utilisation Trade Conclusion II THE ROYAL SUPREMACY AND ECCLESIASTICAL REVOLUTION, 1534–47 by G. A. Hayes-McCoy Gaelic Irish and Old English The rebellion of’Silken Thomas’, 1534–5 The consolidation of English power The deputyship of Lord Leonard Grey, 1536–40 St Leger’s parliament, 1541: Henry VIII declared king of Ireland Surrender and regrant, 1541–3 The condition of the church The breach with Rome The reformation parliament, 1536–7 Royal and papal bishops The suppression of monasteries, 1539–41 Archbishop Browne’s efforts to enforce the crown’s ecclesiastical policy The Jesuit mission, 1542 The closing years of Henry VIII’s reign III CONCILIATION, COERCION, AND THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION, 1547–71 by G.
This is a third impression, and not a second edition. Many small changes, however, have been made, and many of these are the result of developments in the New history, notably the expansion of the project from nine volumes to ten and the publication of three further volumes of text and two of reference material. It has been possible to give precise footnote references to work published in volumes II and IV, to check dates of events against the chronology in volume VIII, and to correct lines of descent and periods of office against the genealogical tables and succession lists in volume IX.
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