The Oxford Companion to Irish History

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Subject Index
These references are to headwords. General entries are followed by more specific ones, then by names of relevant individuals.
acts of parliamentEnglish/British/United Kingdom Parliament Adventurers Act for, Cattle Acts, Charitable Bequests Act, Church Temporalities ( Ireland) Act, Constitution of Northern Ireland Act, Declaratory Act, Defence of the Realm Acts, Ecclesiastical Titles Act, Government of Ireland Act, Ireland Act, Land Acts, Navigation Acts, Party Processions Act, Renunciation Act, Restoration of Order in Ireland Act, Resumption Act of, Tithe Composition Act, Westminster Statute of, Woollen Act; Irish Parliament Catholic Relief Acts, Convention Act, Explanation Act of, Foster's corn law, Insurrection Act, Kilkenny Statute of, Newtown Act, Octennial Act, Poynings's Law, Settlement Act of, Supremacy Acts of, Toleration Act, Uniformity Acts of, Union Act of, Yelverton's Act; Independent Ireland electoral amendment bill, Emergency Powers Act, External Relations Act, Ministers and Secretaries Act, Offences against the State Act, Public Safety Acts; Northern Ireland Flags and Emblems (Display) Act, Special Powers Act
agriculture agriculture, farming; agricultural labourers, Agriculture and Technical Instruction Department of, cattle, cereals, commons, conacre, co-operative movement, cottier, dairy industry, drill, enclosure, field systems, flax, harvest, hay, hiring fairs, horses, Irish Agricultural Organization Society, Land Commission, land reclamation, pigs, potatoes, poultry, rundale, sheep, tillage See also LANDLORDS AND LAND SYSTEM
Anglo-Irish relations England, Scotland, Wales; Anglo-Irish agreements ( 1938), Anglo-Irish agreement ( 1985), Anglo-Irish free trade agreement, Anglo-Irish treaty, Anglo-Irish War, aristocratic home rule, colonial and post-colonial models, Commercial Propositions, Commonwealth, declaration of 1460, Declaratory Act, devolution crisis, Economic War, external association, External Relations Act, foreign policy, free trade agitation, Grattan's parliament, Ireland Act, Irish council bill, legislative independence, money bill dispute, regency crisis, 'Remonstrance of the Irish Princes', Renunciation Act, Resumption Acts of, Sherlock v. Annesley, sole right, sterling, treaty ports, Union Act of, Wood's Halfpence controversy, Woollen Act
Anglo-Norman invasion and settlement Anglo- Norman colonization and settlement, Anglo-Norman invasion, frontier society, Gaelic cultural revival, Gaelic recovery, Gaelicization, land tenure, Laudabiliter, 'More Irish than the Irish themselves'; Aífe, Burgh Richard de, Clare Thomas de, Cogan, Courcy, fitz Stephen, Lacy Hugh, Mac Murchada, O'Connor Rory, Prendergast, Raymond fitz William, Strongbow
architecture architecture; high crosses, plasterwork, round towers; Castle Richard, Deane and Woodward, Gandon, Johnston, Pearce See also BUILDINGS
armed conflicts Anglo-Irish War, Anglo-Norman invasion, Baltinglass rebellion, bombing campaigns in Great Britain, border campaign, Bruce, Confederate War, Desmond rebellions, insurrection of 1798, Irish Civil War, Kildare rebellion, Nine Years War, Northern Ireland conflict, rebellion of 1848, rising of 1641, rising of 1916, Spanish Armada, Williamite War; outside Ireland American Civil War, Anglo-Scottish wars, Boer War, Boulogne expedition, First World War, Hundred Years War, Italian unification, revolutionary and Napoleonic wars, Second World War, Spanish Civil War, Wars of the Roses See also BATTLES AND AFFRAYS, MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND DEFENCE
banking and finance banking, money; accountancy, building societies, foreign investment, Industrial Credit Company, insurance, joint-stock companies, sterling, stock exchange; Anderson, Cantillon
battles and affraysto 1534 Athenry, Baginbun, Callan, Clontarf, Down, Dysert O'Dea, Faughart, Knockdoe, Pilltown; 1534-1691 Affane, Ardnaree, Aughrim, Bellahoe, Benburb, Boyne, Clontibret, Derry siege of, Drogheda siege of, Dungan's Hill, Farsetmore, Ford of the biscuits, Glenmalure, Kinsale, Mullaghmast, Rathlin massacre, Rathmines, Smerwick, Yellow Ford; after 1691 Bloody Sunday, Diamond, Dolly's Brae, Fontenoy, Garvagh, Hoche Expedition, Humbert, Thurot, Vinegar Hill
buildings Castletown House, Christ Church cathedral, Cormac's chapel, Custom House, Dublin Castle, Four Courts, Grianán of Ailech, Leinster House, Parliament House, Royal Exchange, St Patrick's cathedral, Stormont, Trim Castle
Catholicism Catholicism, recusancy, Counter- Reformation; Catholic Bulletin, Croagh Patrick, devotional revolution, Eucharistic Congress, Gallicanism, Galway wardenship of, Jansenism, Jesuits, Knights of Colombanus, Knock, Legion of Mary, Maria Duce, Maynooth, missions, Nunziatura di Fiandra, O'Keeffe case, Opus Dei, Propaganda Fide, St Vincent de Paul, Thurles Synod of, Trent, ultramontanism, Vatican councils; Aikenhead, Butler John, Croke, Cullen, Doyle James Warren, French Nicholas, Hussey, Logue, Lombard, MacHale,

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