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The Irish rebellion of 1641

with a history of the events which led up to and succeeded it

by Hamiliton, Ernest William Lord

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1641,
  • Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lord Ernest Hamilton
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA943 .H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 401, [1] p.
    Number of Pages401
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24187673M
    LC Control Number21008605
    OCLC/WorldCa5012341

      The Big Lie about the rebellion was just such a robbery of the Irish people. It stands at the root of Irish suffering for centuries, even casting a shadow across the Irish Famine of the s. John Gibney’s scholarly book The Shadow of a Year offers an Author: Pertinacious Papist. The Big Lie about the rebellion was just such a robbery of the Irish people. It stands at the root of Irish suffering for centuries, even casting a shadow across the Irish Famine of the s. John Gibney’s scholarly book The Shadow of a Year offers an illuminating account of this grave injustice.

    - The Irish Rebellion, or an History of the Attempts of the Irish Papists to Extirpate the Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland together with the Barbarous Cruelties and Bloody Massacres with ensued thereupon By Sir John Temple, Knt. (New ed. London, ) - BSL * The Irish Rebellion of with a history of the events which led up to and Author: Peter J. Clarke.   Buy The Shadow of a Year: The Rebellion in Irish History and Memory (History of Ireland & the Irish Diaspora) (History of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora (Paperback)) by John Gibney (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(1).

    This chapter discusses the origins of the Irish Rebellion in Nationalist hindsight tends to see the rebellion as, from the outset, a direct challenge to English rule. The aim of Irish confederates was ‘to preserve the freedom of this kingdom under the sole obedience of his sacred majesty’. The example of Scotland, in a three-kingdom context, was likely to be profoundly attractive to. The Portadown massacre took place in November at what is now Portadown, County n and Protestants were killed in the River Bann by a group of O'Neill clansmen. This was the biggest individual massacre of Protestants during the Irish Rebellion of The massacre. The rebellion had broken out in November and was marked by attacks by Location: Portadown, Northern Ireland.


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By uncovering the many sources and inspirations of the 'black legend' ofDarcy has broken new ground. HISTORY A valuable book with important insights into the rebellion and broadening our view of the material-literary and oral-which it produced and was used in a variety of ways to justify actions both during and after the wars.5/5(2).

Perceval-Maxwell gives considerable attention to the structure of the Irish parliament in and and the decisions made by that body in both the Commons and the by: The Irish rebellion of With a history of the events which led up to and succeeded it Paperback – January 1, by Ernest Hamilton (Author)2/5(1).

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.2/5(1). In October a rebellion The Irish rebellion of 1641 book out in Ireland. Dispossessed Irish Catholics rose up against British Protestant settlers whom they held responsible for their plight.

This uprising, the first significant sectarian rebellion in Irish history, gave rise to a decade of war that would culminate in the brutal re-conquest of Ireland by Oliver by: 9. Outbreak of the Irish Rebellion of Perceval-Maxwell gives considerable attention to the structure of the Irish parliament in and and the decisions made by that body in.

The Irish rebellion: or, an history of the beginnings and first progress of the general rebellion raised within the Kingdom of Ireland, upon the three and twentieth day. The Irish Rebellion of and the Wars of the Three Kingdoms Book Description: After an evening spent drinking with Irish conspirators, an inebriated Owen Connelly confessed to the main colonial administrators in Ireland that a plot was afoot to root out and.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes "The following pages, in continuance of the volume devoted to Elizabethan Ulster, aim at carrying on the history of the province up to the time of the Cromwellian settlement."--Pref.

The Rebellion of Phelim O’Neill initial leader of the rebellion. Later passed over in the Confederate Catholic command and eventually executed by the Parliamentarians in The war began with an attempted coup d’etat by a small group of Irish Catholic landowners led by Rory O’Moore and Phelim O’Neill.

They planned to seize Dublin Castle and other strongpoints around the. The Irish Rebellion of came about because of the resentment felt by the Catholic Irish, both Gael and Old English, in regards to the loss of. However, as the author demonstrates, despite some of the outrageous claims made in the depositions, the myth of became more important than the reality.

The aim of this book is to investigate how the rebellion broke out and whether there was a meaning in the violence which : Eamon Darcy.

It is possible to discover to whom, if anyone, the confiscated lands were granted so that we have a record of landowners for and As a result, it is possible to determine the amount of lands lost by the owners after the Irish Rebellion of and to discover the names of the new proprietors.

A drawing from engraver Wenceslause Hollar in "The Tearers of Ireland" (The Terrors of Ireland), a book by James Cranford that purported to show the violence of the native Gaelic and Old English forces in Ireland during the Rebellion of The caption reads "Multitudes of Herringes driven into Dublin 20 a peny." (National Library of Ireland).

The Shadow of a Year: The Rebellion in Irish History and Memory () King, Jason. "The Genealogy of Famine Diary in Ireland and Quebec: Ireland's Famine Migration in Historical Fiction, Historiography, and Memory.".

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The Rebellion of was a continuance of the war waged by the Irish not only to defend their land, but to preserve the very existence of their race.

To make this point clear, a brief retrospect of Irish history, for at least a hundred years before the Rebellion, is necessary. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Sir John is worthy of notice principally on account of his History of the Irish Rebellion oftogether with the Barbarous Cruelties and Bloody Massacres that ensued thereupon, first published in The work went through many editions, and is the source whence numerous historians, including Mr.

Froude, have drawn their evidence that the Irish Catholics, in and following years, perpetrated frightful. Book Description: The Irish Rebellion has long been recognized as a key event in the midth century collapse of the Stuart monarchy.

Bymany in England had grown restive under the weight of intertwined religious, political and economic crises. Outbreak of the Irish Rebellion of Book Description: Perceval-Maxwell gives considerable attention to the structure of the Irish parliament in and and the decisions made by that body in both the Commons and the Lords.

The rebellion, which broke out in Octoberwas a significant moment in the formation of identity in Ireland, she told the Guardian.

Estimates of the. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: Chapters: Battles of the Irish Confederate Wars, People of the Irish Confederate Wars, Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin, Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, Irish Rebellion ofJames Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde, Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh.