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by Toby Barnard

Author: Toby Barnard
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Red Globe Press; 2004 edition (June 8, 2004)
Pages: 205 pages
Category: Other
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How did the Protestants gain a monopoly over the running of Ireland? To answer this question, Toby Barnard begins with an examination of the Catholics' attempt to regain control over their own affairs, first in the 1640s and then between 1689 and 1691.

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Part of the British History in Perspective book series (BHP). How did the Protestants gain a monopoly over the running of Ireland and replace the Catholics as rulers and landowners? To answer this question, Toby Barnard: - examines the Catholics' attempt to regain control over their own affairs, first in the 1640s and then between 1689 and 1691 - outlines how military defeats doomed the Catholics to subjection, allowing Protestants to tighten their grip over the government - studies in detail the mechanisms - both national and local - through which Protestant control was exercised.

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2004 Серия: British history in perspective Иллюстрации: Biography Размер: 224 x 143 x 16 Читательская аудитория: Tertiary education (us: college) Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии. Описание: Focusing upon the provinces as well as Dublin, Toby Barnard presents an abundance of unfamiliar evidence to reveal how Ireland came to be dominated by Protestants through military defeats.

Toby Christopher Barnard, FBA is emeritus fellow in history at Hertford College, University of Oxford. The Kingdom of Ireland, 1641-1760. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. He joined the college in 1976 and retired in 2012. He was formerly lecturer in history at Royal Holloway (1970-1976). Barnard is a specialist in the political, social and cultural histories of Ireland and England, c. 1600-1800. A guide to the sources for the history of material culture in Ireland: 1500-2000.

British History in Perspective

British History in Perspective. To answer this question, Toby Barnard:- examines the Catholics' attempt to regain control over their own affairs, first in the 1640s and then between 1689 and 1691- outlines how military defeats doomed the Catholics to subjection, allowing Protestants to tighten their grip over the government- studies in detail the mechanisms - both national and local - through which Protestant control was exercised

The Kingdom of Ireland, 1641 - 1760 by Toby Barnard (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004). His latest book, Soldiers and Strangers: An Ethnic History of the English Civil War, was published by Yale University Press in 2005. Top. ; More Civil War and Revolution.

The Kingdom of Ireland, 1641 - 1760 by Toby Barnard (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004). Revolt in the Provinces: The People of England and the Tragedies of War, 1634 - 1648 by John Morrill (Longman, 1999). The British Wars, 1637-51 by Peter Gaunt (Routledge, 1997). The British Republic, 1649 - 1660 by Ronald Hutton (Palgrave MacMillan, 2000). British History Timeline.

How did the Protestants gain a monopoly over the running of Ireland and replace the Catholics as rulers and landowners? To answer this question, Toby Barnard:- examines the Catholics' attempt to regain control over their own affairs, first in the 1640s and then between 1689 and 1691- outlines how military defeats doomed the Catholics to subjection, allowing Protestants to tighten their grip over the government- studies in detail the mechanisms - both national and local - through which Protestant control was exercised. Focusing on the provinces as well as Dublin, and on the subjects as well as the rulers, Barnard draws on an abundance of unfamiliar evidence to offer unparalleled insights into Irish lives during a troubled period.