By Alan O'Day
This compact and obtainable reference paintings presents the entire crucial evidence and figures approximately significant features of contemporary Irish background from the passing of the Act of Union to the premiership of Bertie Ahern.
Offering a whole chronology , this booklet provides the reader a whole perception on significant elements of recent Irish heritage. The ebook explores population, schooling, social constitution and faith; monetary facts protecting agriculture, exchange, costs and wages, delivery and unemployment and an extra wealth of fabric on Irish women's historical past, treaties, elections, legislation, communications, a thesaurus and biographical information.
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15 Oct. First issue of the Nation (see 5 June 1897). 18 Oct. All Hallows College Dublin opened. 10 Nov. Papal rescript allowed each bishop to decide attitude towards Board of National Education. 10 Nov. Passenger Act introduces regulation of general conditions of ships. 1843 25–28 Feb. Daniel O’Connell’s motion on Repeal debated in Dublin Corporation carried (45–15). Isaac Butt spoke against the motion. 9 Mar. Repeal monster meeting in Trim, Co. Meath. 9 May Peel announced that he would not shrink at asking parliament for powers to deal with the Repeal campaign.
21 Oct. Irish National Land League founded in Dublin with Parnell as president. 19 Nov. Arrest of Davitt, James Daly and James Bryce Killen on charge of sedition. Dec. Duchess of Marlborough, wife of Lord Lieutenant, established fund for relief of the distressed tenantry. 21 Dec. Parnell and John Dillon sailed for the United States to raise money for the Irish National Land League and for the relief of the distressed tenantry (see 2 Jan. 1880). 1880 2 Jan. Mansion House Fund for relief of distressed tenantry established.
Edward, Lord Eliot, appointed Chief Secretary. 12 Sept. Lisburn to Portadown section of Ulster Railway opened (see 19 May 1836, 12 Aug. 1839, 1 Mar. 1848). 15 Sept. Thomas, Earl de Grey, sworn in as Lord Lieutenant. 15 Oct. First issue of the Nation (see 5 June 1897). 18 Oct. All Hallows College Dublin opened. 10 Nov. Papal rescript allowed each bishop to decide attitude towards Board of National Education. 10 Nov. Passenger Act introduces regulation of general conditions of ships. 1843 25–28 Feb.