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This volume offers fresh perspectives on the political, military, religious, social, cultural, intellectual, economic, and environmental history of early modern Ireland and situates these discussions in global and comparative contexts. The opening chapters focus on 'Politics' and 'Religion and War' and offer a chronological narrative, informed by the re-interpretation of new archives. The remaining chapters are more thematic, with chapters on 'Society', 'Culture', and 'Economy and Environment', and often respond to wider methodologies and historiographical debates. Interdisciplinary cross-pollination - between, on the one hand, history and, on the other, disciplines like anthropology, archaeology, geography, computer science, literature and gender and environmental studies - informs many of the chapters. The volume offers a range of new departures by a generation of scholars who explain in a refreshing and accessible manner how and why people acted as they did in the transformative and tumultuous years between 1550 and 1730.

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  • SP61/4/36(ii).

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  • James Alexander Sermon Book

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Armstrong , R., ‘The Bishops of Ireland and the Beasts at Ephesus: Reconstruction, Conformity and the Presbyterian Knot 1660–2’, in Keeble N. H. (ed.), ‘Settling the peace of the church’: 1662 Revisited (Oxford University Press, 2014), 114–43.
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Bodleian Library, Oxford

  • Carte MS 30

James Hardiman Library, NUI Galway

The National Archives, UK

  • SPD 8/8/62, 69

  • SPD 18/19/25, 133; 18/20/163

  • SPD 25/65/145, 215, 217; 25/94/507; 25/96/143, 145, 163, 191; 25/101/87, 93, 103, 117, 131, 135, 147, 161, 153, 155, 249; 25/119/100;

  • SPI 46/102/145, 157

  • SPI 63/353/6, 12

Representative Church Body Library Dublin

  • MS P328/5/1

Trinity College Dublin

  • MS 817

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National Archives of Ireland

  • RC 5/4

Trinity College Dublin

  • 1641 Depositions,

  • MSS 820, 822, 824, 825, 826

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British Library

  • Add. MS 31821

  • The National Archives of Ireland

  • CP, B/40, BB/148, 220, 221, 240, F/2, G/1, 303, I/146, 222, J/166

  • M2448

The National Archives, UK

  • SP 63/118/29

National Library of Ireland

  • Will and inventory of goods of Cormac O’Hara als O’Hara Boy, 18 August 1612, O’Hara Papers

Presbyterian Historical Society, Belfast

  • Session Minutes of Aghadowey, 1702–1761

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

  • D3045/4/1/14

Registry of Deeds, Dublin

  • 23/515/14264

Abstract of the by-laws, rules and orders, made by the governors of the Royal Hospital of King Charles II near Dublin (Dublin: George Faulkner, 1752).
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Carpenter A. (ed.), Verse in English from Tudor and Stuart Ireland (Cork University Press, 2003).
A Chorographical Description of West or H-Iar Connaught: Written A.D. 1684 by Roderic O’Flaherty; Edited From a Ms. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, With Notes and Illustrations by James Hardiman, ed. J. Hardiman (Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society, 1846).
Dunton John, Teague Land: Or, a Merry Ramble to the Wild Irish (1698), ed. Carpenter A. (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003).
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Mac Carthy D., ‘“Of the Takeing Awaie of a Gentlewoman, the Youngest Daughter of Sir Nicholas Bagenall, Late Marshall of Her Majestie’s Armie, by the Erle of Tirowen”; As Revealed by the Documents Preserved in Her Majesty’s State Paper Office’, Journal of the Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, new series, 1 (1857), 298311.
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McBride John, A Vindication of Marriage as Solemnized by Presbyterians, in the North of Ireland (Belfast, 1702).
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Ussher James, A Body of Divinitie, Or the Summe and Substance of Christian Religion (London, 1657).
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British Library

  • Egerton MS 1995

  • Harleian MS 541

Cork City and County Archives

  • Caulfield Will Transcripts, U226

National Library of Ireland

  • Ms 2552

  • Ms 2554

  • Ms 14,786

  • Ms 19,729

  • Ms 41,603/2 (1)

Northamptonshire Record Office

  • Fitzwilliam Manuscripts (Irish), nos. 27, 31, 51

The National Archives, UK

  • Will of Elizabeth Boyle, PROB 5/2596

  • Will of Francis Aungier, PROB 11/163/252

Becon Thomas, The Workes of Thomas Becon, Vol. 1 (London, 1564).
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National Library of Ireland

  • Ormonde Papers, Mss 2554, 7864

  • Ormonde Ms, 72, f 389

Registry of Deeds, Dublin

  • 40/170/248829, 1720

Ainsworth J. and MacLysaght E., ‘Power O’Shee Papers’, Analecta Hibernica, 20, (1958), 216–58.
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Melvin P. and Longford Lord, ‘Letters of Lord Longford and others on Irish Affairs 1689–1702’, Analecta Hibernica, 32 (1985), 35124.
Sebastiano Serlio on Architecture: Books VI and VII of ‘Tutte L’Opere D’Architettura et Prospetiva’ ed. and trans. V. Hart and P. Hicks (2 vols., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001).
‘Travels of Sir William Brereton in Ireland 1635’, in C. Litton Falkiner (ed.), Illustrations of Irish History and Topography Mainly of the Seventeenth Century (London: Longmans, 1904), 365407.
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Loeber R., A Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Ireland (London: John Murray 1981).
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Library Company of Philadelphia

  • Letterbook of Jonathan Dickinson (held at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania)

The National Archives, UK

  • Ledgers of Imports and Exports of Ireland’, CUST 15

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