1 edition of Franco-Irish correspondence, December 1688-February 1692 found in the catalog.
Franco-Irish correspondence, December 1688-February 1692
1983 by Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission in Dublin .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Sheila Mulloy.|
|Contributions||Mulloy, Sheila., Irish Manuscripts Commission.|
|LC Classifications||DA945 .F73 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-3 > :|
|LC Control Number||84129993|
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The book is a series of eleven essays written by leading scholars. Dr Sheila Mulloy edited the three-volume Franco-Irish Correspondence, December - February () and was editor of Cathair na Mart, the journal of the Westport Franco-Irish correspondence Society for over twenty years.
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The contributors are described in the book as follows: Dr Sheila Mulloy edited the three-volume Franco-Irish Correspondence, December – February () and was the editor of Cathair na Mart, the journal of the Westport Historical Society, for over twenty years. This was published as the three-volume ‘Franco-Irish Correspondence, December – February ’ in Following her return from her academic odyssey in the Sorbonne she married Westport businessman John Mulloy Franco-Irish correspondenceand went on to have eight children between Franco-Irish correspondence Book Six, from which this extract comes, covers the Battle of the Boyne and Sheila Mulloy (ed.), Franco-Irish correspondence.
December February. Bibliographie sélective: Franco-Irish correspondence, politique, institutions irlandaises, [note bibliographique] Franco-Irish Correspondence. Vol. 1: December FebruaryDublin, Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, Author: Pierre Joannon, Richard Deutsch.
The Siege of Derry in was the first major event December 1688-February 1692 book the Williamite War in Ireland. The siege was preceded by a first attempt against the town by Jacobite Franco-Irish correspondence on 7 December that was foiled when 13 apprentices shut the gates.
This was an act of rebellion against James on: Derry, Kingdom of Ireland. Sheila Mulloy (ed.), Franco-Irish correspondence, December February (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2 vols, ). Conroy, J. () Sheila Mulloy (ed.), Franco-Irish correspondence, December February (Dublin: Franco-Irish correspondence Manuscripts Commission, 2 vols, ).
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With fine armorial book plate of James Christopher Fitzgerald December 1688-February 1692 book of Kilclogher, Co. Galway. Possibly a much earlier binding on a Missal and could be of Irish origin. € This item could be a real bargain.
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Dr Sheila Mulloy edited the three-volume Franco-Irish Correspondence, December – February () and was the editor of Cathair na Mart, the journal of the Westport Historical Society, for over twenty years.
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