Politics and political culture in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1850 : essays in tribute to Peter Jupp /
edited by Allan Blackstoc and Eoin Magennis.
Belfast : Ulster Historical Foundation, 2007.
316 p. ; 24 cm.
190368868X, 9781903688687
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Belfast : Ulster Historical Foundation, 2007.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
A tribute to Peter Jupp from the class of 1967-71
Peter Jupp as supervisor
Peter Jupp and history at Queen's: a personal appreciation
Ulster Counties in the Age of Emancipation and Reformp. 1
The impact of the Parliamentary Elections (Ireland) Act (1829) on the Irish electorate, c. 1829-1832p. 24
The 1847 general election in Dublin cityp. 41
Orange Songs in Green Books: Colonel William Blackerp. 65
Edmund Burke and the abolition of the slave tradep. 91
The fall of the house of Conolly 1758-1803p. 107
'Chivalrous rather than administrative': The career of the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, Soldier, Diplomat, Landlordp. 157
William Henry Clinton and the perils of the soldier-politicianp. 176
Biography and Irish Historyp. 194
Lawful and unlawful oaths in late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth century Ireland, 1760-1835p. 209
English Loyalism revisitedp. 223
The Hearts of Steel and Agrarian Crowds in the Armagh/Down Borderlands in 1772p. 242
Rural Protest and 'Moral Economy: the Rightboy disturbances and Parliament'p. 262
O'Connell and the Lady Patriots: Women and O'Connellite Politics, 1824-1845p. 283
Peter Jupp: Select Bibliographyp. 305
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