3 edition of history of the Dublin Library Society, 1791-1881 found in the catalog.
history of the Dublin Library Society, 1791-1881
John Bruce Howell
|Statement||by John Bruce Howell.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Dalhousie University Libraries and Dalhousie University, School of Library Service,, 38, Occasional paper (Dalhousie University. Library) ;, 38.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 87/7913 (Z)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||87461153|
The weekend features an illustrated talk by Kevin Toolis, The Prophet and the Bishop: the religious war between Edward Nangle and Archbishop John MacHale From the s to the s a great religious war raged in Connaught between Evangelical Protestants and the Catholic Church for the hearts of the poor. The window was made in Dublin and bears the date It is an early work of Michael O’Connor () who began work as a heraldic artist (Claffey, page 24). O’Connor was an important figure in the early days of the gothic revival in stained glass working with such eminent figures as .
Lynelle and Gary Briggs' family history weaves together various threads of 19th century colonisation of New South Wales. It includes convict transportation, Irish bride ships, movement west from Sydney to the fertile farming land of the Central West, city life, middle class respectability and some living on the margins of Sydney society. Sources and Maps. Ireland's Bureau of Military History (–) is an invaluable resource of witness statements, press cutting, and images, about the Black and Tan War and, to a much lesser extent, the Irish Civil War that followed. For example, document No. W.S. 1,, is a witness statement of General Michael Kilroy, Newport, County Mayo, Brigadier General, West Mayo; Commandant General.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Howell, John Bruce, History of the Dublin Library Society, Halifax, N.S.: Dalhousie. Full Description: "Includes bibliographical references (p.
) and index. The Oxford History of the Irish Book, Volume IV, good words and speeches are a great help in any profession, and knowing that you can talk to a higher group with confidence can be a great affirmation of your might even help your career, because those who are good at reading, both oral and.
The sad demise of a library. In the Dublin Library Society was founded “to procure those great and expensive books usually beyond the reach of private individuals”.
John Bruce Howell (J – Febru ) was an American librarian and was Africana and International Studies Bibliographer at the University of Iowa Libraries, a profilfic bibliographic author, and "a national leader in Africana librarianship".
Life. Howell gained his B.A. from Columbia University in and an M.A. in library science from the University of Alma mater: University of Michigan.
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Manchester, Glasgow Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd., A brief reply to the charge of His Grace William Magee, Archbishop of Dublin: in two letters: the first, embracing His Grace's charge: the second, his commentaries / By Hierophilos MacHale, John, [ Book: ] At National Library.
Get this from a library. The Great Irish Famine: a history in four lives. [Enda Delaney] -- The Curse of Reason is first and foremost a survey history of the Great Irish Famine. In particular, the testimonies of four key contemporaries are used throughout to convey the immediacy of the.
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John MacHale (Irish: Seán Mac Éil; 6 March – 7 November ) was the Irish Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuam, and Irish nationalist. He laboured and wrote to secure Catholic Emancipation, legislative independence, justice for tenants and the poor, and vigorously assailed the proselytizers and the government's proposal for a mix-faith national school ocese: Tuam.
First edition. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to sculptor John Graham Lough: "To John Graham Esq. and his amiable wife, this volume conveys the sincere regards, of the Author and his wife" (half-title). Archibald Billing () was a physician by trade and an amateur artist and collector of engraved gems and coins.
A lecturer at. HOWELL, John Bruce: A History of the Dublin Library SocietyHalifax (Nova Scotia), Dalhousie Libraries and Dalhousie University School of Library Service Occasional Papers Series n° (anth.)(st.) HYDE, Douglas: The Love songs of Connacht, Blackrock,Author: Patrick Rafroidi.
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The Sussex Family Historian is the quarterly journal of the Sussex Family History Group and is published in March, June, September and December. The journal started in and continues today. BILLING, ARCHIBALD (–), physician and writer on art, was the son of Theodore Billing of Cromlyn, in the county of Dublin, and was born there on 10 Jan.
He entered Trinity College, Dublin, ingraduated A.B. M.B.M.D.and was incorporated M.D. at Oxford on his Dublin degree on 22 Oct. Stone Family Records 2 Comments / Massachusetts, Military, New York, Rhode Island THE Stone Family is among the forty-nine “best families” selected by the American Historical-Genealogical Society for whom the Society has published family histories during the past few years.
THE POLITICAL JOURNAL OF SIR GEORGE FOTTRELL - Volume 17 As inspector for Dublin, Bourke had represented the Treasury in the settlement of arrears. Spencer claimed that he and White were the ‘most influential’ men available and that their impartiality was guaranteed: Spencer to Edward Gibson, 16, 19, and 26 Decemberrepr.
A.B. Cooke and A.P.W. Malcolmson (eds), The .Maria Hill () tended the wounded and dying soldiers on many battlefields such as the carnage at the battle of Chippawa where the th suffered terrible casualties. After the war, the Hills opened a tavern in the new town on the Jock River, hosting the Duke of Richmond on his tour.