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Fri Mar 21 17:03:44 2014 UTClccn-n810388530.29Ordnance survey memoirs of Ireland /0.671.00The Institute of Irish Studies124269385n 81038853584464Belfast Institute of Irish StudiesBelfast. Queen's University. Institute of Irish StudiesInstitute of Irish Studieslccn-no99059133Brożyna, Andrea Ebel1965-lccn-n80036693Royal Irish Academylccn-n91063305McWilliams, Patricklccn-n91063302Day, Angéliqueedtlccn-nr92042953Henry, P. L.(Patrick Leo)1918-2011lccn-n50040848Akenson, Donald, vereFoster, Verelccn-n93024068McNeill, Marylccn-n81054239Ordnance Survey of Irelandlccn-n80083450Ordnance SurveyQueen's University of BelfastInstitute of Irish StudiesCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryLocal historyConference proceedingsBiographySurveysSourcesArchivesIreland--UlsterIrelandNorthern IrelandPiety in literatureWomen--Religious lifeWomen as literary charactersEnglish poetry--Old EnglishCeltic poetryIrish--Foreign countriesPolitical scienceEuropeLiteratureNationalismCivilizationAntiquitiesLumber tradeWomen--Books and readingAuthors, Irish--Homes and hauntsWomen and literatureEnglish literature--Irish authorsChristian literature, EnglishForests and forestryWater-powerPeatBurning of landAgricultural implementsSpadesBenefactorsNames, GeographicalManners and customsBook industries and tradeBooks and readingLiteracyInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Intellectual lifeWomen and religionWomen--Political activityTravelNationalism in literatureAuthors, IrishPolitics and literatureCorkery, Daniel,IrishCivilization--Irish influencesIrish AssociationUnionism (Irish politics)European ParliamentIreland.--ParliamentElectionsGreat Britain.--Parliament196619671968196919701971197219731974197619771979198019811982198319841986198719891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020022004200520086006203365820.9382PR8722.R4ocn185489756ocn866334651112210ocn243600668com19990.53Brożyna, Andrea EbelLabour, love and prayer female piety in Ulster religious literature, 1850-1914Criticism, interpretation, etc"By examining the central role played by Protestant and Catholic women in establishing the religious faith of their children and, by extension, the future of their respective communities, Labour, Love, and Prayer explores the construction of female stereotypes during a period of mounting religious tension in Ireland. Andrea Ebel Brozyna compares ideas of faith and family in both cultures, highlighting the remarkable similarities in their views and each group's stubborn refusal to acknowledge them." "An interesting new look at the Irish problem, Labour, Love, and Prayer makes a valuable contribution to the histories of women, Ireland, and religion."--BOOK JACKET+-+K2026082254956ocn003289981book19660.63Henry, P. LThe early English and Celtic lyricCriticism, interpretation, etc3164ocn028499837book19930.63Akenson, Donald HThe Irish diaspora : a primerHistory+-+581143803532425034ocn029519651book19900.29Ordnance Survey of IrelandOrdnance survey memoirs of IrelandHistoryLocal historyArchivesSurveysSources"The Memoirs are a uniquely detailed source for the history of the northern half of Ireland immediately before the Great Famine. They were written in the 1930's to accompany the 6" ordnance survey maps, but with one exception were not published at the time. In this new edition they act as a nineteenth century Domesday book and are essential to the understanding of the cultural heritage of our communities. The Memoirs document the landscape and situation, buildings, and antiquities, land-holdings and population, employment and livelihood of the parishes."--Back cover+-+73094380351662ocn000324151book19710.76McNeill, MaryVere Foster1622ocn007254133book19800.84McNeill, T. EAnglo-Norman Ulster : the history and archaeology of an Irish barony, 1177-1400History1482ocn000158062book19710.81McCracken, EileenThe Irish woods since Tudor times: distribution and exploitationHistory1453ocn000055524book19690.81Gribbon, H. DThe history of water power in UlsterHistory1413ocn000098107book19700.79Gailey, AlanThe Spade in Northern and Atlantic EuropeHistoryConference proceedings1343ocn006667507book19790.76Penal era and golden age : essays in Irish history, 1690-1800+-+61833185461322ocn000164076book19710.86McNeill, MaryVere Foster, 1819-1900: an Irish benefactorBiography12311ocn031922994book19920.37Toner, GregoryPlace-names of Northern IrelandLocal history+-+29114380353241222ocn060073718book19870.86Adams, J. R. RThe printed word and the common man : popular culture in Ulster, 1700-1900HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc1193ocn000069224book19690.93Ure, PeterW.B. Yeats and the Shakespearian moment; on W.B. Yeats's attitude towards Shakespeare as revealed in his criticism and in his work for the theatre: a lecture delivered at Queen's University Belfast on 27 April 19661132ocn032204196book19940.92Halmes, JaniceComing into the light : the work, politics, and religion of women in Ulster, 1840-1940History+-+34804380353241012ocn029766391book19930.86Maume, PatrickLife that is exile : Daniel Corkery and the search for Irish IrelandHistoryBiography1013ocn028900737book19930.93Passion and prejudice : nationalist/unionist conflict in Ulster in the 1930s and the origins of the Irish AssociationHistory1002ocn032050455book19920.90International Meeting Point for the Appreciation of CulturesThe cultures of Europe : the Irish contributionHistoryConference proceedings+-+4949438035942ocn027384432book19920.92Parliamentary election results in Ireland, 1918-92 : Irish elections to parliaments and parliamentary assemblies at Westminster, Belfast, Dublin, Strasbourg934ocn026720795book19910.86Longley, EdnaCulture in Ireland--division or diversity? : proceedings of the Cultures of Ireland Group Conference, 27-28 September 1991Conference proceedings22ocn615830520book19701.00Queen's University of BelfastThe Institute of Irish Studies+-+K202608225+-+K202608225Fri Mar 21 15:32:30 EDT 2014batch18096