1 edition of Miscellany, or, Evening"s occupation for the youthful peasantry of Ireland found in the catalog.
Miscellany, or, Evening"s occupation for the youthful peasantry of Ireland
|Other titles||Evening"s occupation for the youthful peasantry of Ireland|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
Bartholomew Cramillion, Sculptor - Irish Artists (fl. ) Mrs Nicholson’s recollections of her tour among the peasantry are still revealing and gripping today. The author returned to Ireland in –49 to help with famine relief and recorded those experiences . Here are two facsimiles from the Book of the Dean of Lismore: (1) Genealogy of McGregor, by Dougal the servitor and (2) lines by Countess of Argyle. Almost all of the book, with the exception of a few latin notes is written in Gaelic and hosts a collection of Irish poetry. On page the genealogy of the mcgregors was written by the brother.
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On March 15 th , Betsy Mobey, then intern at Friends, Families and Travellers, ventured to Dublin to join Travellers in the Republic of Ireland in celebrating one year passing since the Irish State’s acknowledgement of Traveller ethnicity. Continue reading to hear details of Betsy’s trip and what she learned on her journey. Betsy writes In the U.K, Irish Travellers have been. 3. Personal Ornaments. Legendary Origin. In ancient Irish tales and other records, referring to both pagan and Christian times, gold and silver ornaments - especially gold - are everywhere mentioned as worn by the upper classes: and these accounts are fully corroborated by the great numbers of objects of both metals found from time to time in various parts of Ireland. The Irish University Review was founded in at University College Dublin as a journal of Irish literary then, it has become the leading global journal of Irish literary studies. It is affiliated to the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL), whose members receive the journal as a benefit of association : Rosie Lavan.
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