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Palles: The Legal Legacy of the Last Lord Chief Baron

Breen, Oonagh B
Marking the 2020 centenary of his death, this book explores the judicial legacy of chief baron Christopher Palles, the last chief baron of the Court of Exchequer Ireland, in a judicial career spanning over 40 years from 1874 to 1916.

Households of God: The Regular Canons and Canonesses of St Augustine and Premontre in Medieval Ireland

Browne, Martin
This interdisciplinary collection of essays, the proceedings of the 2017 Glenstal History Conference, examines the role of Regular Canons and Canonesses who followed the rule of St Augustine in Ireland from their emergence as an expression of the Vita Apostolica in the Twelfth Century to the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the Tudor period. Although the most numerous and widespread of all the religious orders in Medieval Ireland, the Canonical movement has been relatively neglected in Irish monastic historiography.

Family histories of the Irish Revolution: NUI Galway staff stories

Buckley, Sarah-Anne
This volume presents a unique and engaging selection of stories from current and retired staff at NUI Galway of familial participation during the revolutionary period. It captures the ways in which family history and memory is transmitted and the influence and legacy of these histories.

Monksgrange: Portrait of an Irish house and family, 1769-1969

Bull, Philip
A County Wexford ascendancy house saved twice by rebel intervention in 1798 and 1922, Monksgrange tells a distinctive story of Irish history from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries

Roscommon: The Irish Revolution, 1912-23

Burke, John

Poverty in pre-Famine Westmeath : the findings of the Poor Commission of 1833 (Maynooth Studies in Local History)

Byrne, Sean
The scale of the Great Famine of 1846 has overshadowed the prevalence of extreme poverty in Ireland in the period 1815- 45. As economic conditions deteriorated between those years, population increased rapidly.