4 edition of The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, 1690-1703 found in the catalog.
The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, 1690-1703
J. G. Simms
|Statement||by J. G. Simms.|
|Series||Studies in Irish history ;, v. 7.|
|LC Classifications||DA946 .S5 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||76044839|
The Williamite Confiscation of Ireland d i scusses the redistribution of Irish lands after the Williamite War. This conflict also led to the creation of the penal laws against Catholics in Ireland, which would not be repealed until the late 18th century. These laws were intended to dismantle the established Irish Catholic elite by. The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, – was a landmark in the complicated and, till then, much misunderstood history of the subject. In fact, and rather oddly considering the importance of the war of –91 and its consequences, there was no earlier detailed account of the confiscation of Irish land that followed the defeat of.
 John Gerard Simms, The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, (Connecticut: Greenwood Press, ).  Harman Murtagh, “The war in Ireland ,” in Kings in conflict: the revolutionary war in Ireland and its aftermath, , ed. W.A Maguire (Belfast: Blackstaff press, ) Annals of the Famine in Ireland is Asenath Nicholson's sequel to Ireland's Welcome to the undaunted American widow returned to Ireland in the midst of the Great Famine and helped organise relief for the destitute and hungry. Her account is not a history of the famine, but personal eyewitness testimony to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the.
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The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, by J. Simms Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simms, J.G. (John Gerald), Williamite confiscation in Ireland, London, Faber and Faber .
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Simms, The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, –; London: Faber and Faber, The contemporary books and tracts in relation to Irish affairs from toprinted at London, were issued under governmental supervision, and as publication was not permitted.
Full document on Google Books. Further reading: J.G. Simms. The Williamite The Williamite confiscation in Ireland in Ireland, – (London, ) John Ainsworth.
The Inchiquin manuscripts (Dublin, ) pp. – (the Patrick Hurley case) Analecta Hibernica, vol. 16, pp. – (the Annesley manuscripts). Ireland under the Commonwealth: being a selection of documents relating to the government of Ireland from –, edited by Robert Dunlop. 2 volumes. (Manchester: Manchester University Press.
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V. The Treaty of Limerick and the consequences of the war: Ireland after There were in fact two peace treaties concluded between Jacobites and Williamites in the articles of Galway, signed in Julywithin a fortnight of the battle of Aughrim, which marked the end of the brief Williamite siege of that city, and the civil and military articles of Limerick, agreed in the.
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The Williamite Confiscation in Ireland (Studies in Irish History Vol. VII) by J. Simms First Edition. pages. Blue dust jacket over black : Hardcover. The Williamite War in Ireland (–) (Irish: Cogadh an Dá Rí, "war of the two kings"), was a conflict between Jacobite supporters of King James II and Williamite supporters of Prince William of is also called the Jacobite War in Ireland or the Williamite–Jacobite War in Ireland.
The proximate cause of the war was the Glorious Revolution ofin which James, a Catholic Location: Ireland. The Williamite confiscation in Ireland / by J.G. Simms Simms, J.
(John Gerald), An Impartial History Of The Wars In Ireland by George Warter Story (?) is an eye witness account of the Williamite War in Ireland covering the years and Story later wrote a sequel entitled Continuation which describes the Treaty of Limerick which brought the war officially to a close.
After the death of Oliver Cromwell, his son Richard briefly succeeded him as Lord. Reference source: SIMMS, J.G. ''The Williamite Confiscation in Ireland ''. London: Faber and Faber, . Ireland from until After the upheavals of the Cromwellian wars and confiscations, the restoration, and then the Williamite wars, Ireland badly needed a breathing space to recover from the large scale changes.
The Old English Catholic landed class (which had included the Grants) with roots going back to Norman times, had been. The British Factor The war occurred as a result of the fusion of a number of interrelated factors – British, European and Irish. The British factor was the attempt by King James II to use Ireland as a stepping stone to recover the throne he had lost to William of Orange, in the so-called Glorious Revolution of The Williamite confiscation in Ireland, avg rating — 0 ratings.
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