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Ireland under the Union : varieties of tension : essays in honour of T. W. Moody / edited by F. S. L. Lyons and R. A. J. Hawkins. - Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1980. - x, 337 p. : ill., map, port. ; 23 cm.

Includes index and bibliography of T. W. Moody's works.

'T. W. M.', [by] F. S. L. Lyons.--The protestant response to repeal: the case of the Dublin working class, [by] Jacqueline Hill.--Temperance and Irish nationalism, [by] Elizabeth Malcolm.--In aid of the civil power, 1868-90, [by] David Haire.--Anglo-French tension and the origins of fenianism, [by] R. V. Comerford.--An assessment of the economic performance of Irish landlords, 1851-81, [by] W. E. Vaughan.--Origins and development of the land war in mid-Ulster, 1879-85, [by] R. W. Kirkpatrick.--To the Northern Counties station: Lord Randolph Churchill and the prelude to the orange card, [by] R. F. Foster.--The general election of 1892: the catholic clergy and the defeat of the Parnellites, [by] C. J. Woods--The historical work of T. W. Moody, [by] J. G. Simms.

0198224699 : (Hbk.) £15.00

Moody, T. W. 1907-1984 --Bibliography.

Ireland--History--19th century.


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