The Kingdom of Ireland, 1641-1760 - Barnard, T. C.; Barnard
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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…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
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.
  • Produktdetails
  • British History in Perspective
  • Verlag: Macmillan Education / RED GLOBE PR
  • 2004
  • Seitenzahl: 205
  • Erscheinungstermin: September 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 210mm x 148mm x 11mm
  • Gewicht: 286g
  • ISBN-13: 9780333610770
  • ISBN-10: 0333610776
  • Artikelnr.: 22019898
Autorenporträt
Toby Barnard
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction.
Land and Peoples.
Rebellions and Reconquests, 1641
1691.
Governing Ireland, 1692
1760.
Parliament, Improvement and Patriotism, 1692
1760.
Rulers and Ruled.
Catholic Masses and Protestant Elites.
Further Reading.
Index.