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Author Barnard, T. C. (Toby Christopher)

Title Irish Protestant ascents and descents, 1641-1770 / Toby Barnard.

Published Dublin ; Portland, OR : Four Courts Press, 2004.

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 UniM Bail  305.630415 BARN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 359 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Planters and policies in Cromwellian Ireland -- The political, material and mental culture of the Cork settlers, c.1650-1700 -- Land and the limits of loyalty: the second Earl of Cork and first Earl of Burlington (1612-1698) -- The uses of the 23rd of October 1641 and Irish Protestant celebrations -- Reforming Irish manners: the religious societies in Dublin during the 1690s -- Protestants and the Irish language, c.1675-1725 -- Gardening, diet and 'improvement' in later seventeenth-century Ireland -- What became of Waring? The making of an Ulster squire -- A tale of three sisters: Katherine Conolly of Castletown -- Edmund Spencer, Edmund Spenser and the problems of Irish Protestants in the mid-eighteenth century -- Improving clergymen, 1660-1760 -- Conclusion: Ascents and ascendancies in Protestant Ireland, 1649-1770.
Summary "These essays explore what it meant to be a Protestant living in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Ireland. Protestants are shown responding to an environment, sometimes hostile, but also full of potential. Often, they behaved ruthlessly and quirkily, eager to secure prosperity and security for themselves and their kindred. However, more unexpected aspects of their lives, with their pleasures, are recovered. The studies, by looking closely at their experiences, questions many of the cliches regarding the Irish Protestant ascendancy."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Protestants -- Ireland -- History -- 17th century.
Protestants -- Ireland -- History -- 18th century.
Protestants -- Ireland -- Social life and customs.
Protestants -- Ireland -- Social conditions.
Ireland -- History -- 1649-1775.
Ireland -- History -- 1625-1649.
ISBN 1851826939