The Catholics of Ulster: A History

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Short titles for books and abbreviations for journals are used in the notes. Please refer to the Bibliography for full references to the books and the following list of abbreviations for the journals.

Anal. Hib. Analecta Hibernica
Archiv. Hib. Archivium Hibernicum
BL British Library
BNL Belfast News Letter
Cal. S.P. Ire. Calendar of the State Papers relating to Ireland
Coll. Hib. Collectanea Hibernica
E.H.R. English Historical Review
FDJ Faulkner's Dublin Journal
FJ Freeman' s Journal
Hist. Jn. Historical Journal
Ir. Eccles. Rec. Irish Ecclesiastical Record
IFC Irish Folklore Commission, University College, Dublin
I.H.S. Irish Historical Studies
Jn. Med. Hist. Journal of Medieval History
CKS Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone
NAI National Archives of Ireland, Dublin
NICH Northern Ireland House of Commons Debates
NLI National Library of Ireland
NS Northern Star
NUI National University of Ireland
Proc. R.I.A. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
PRO Public Record Office, London
PRONI Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
QUB Queen's University, Belfast
R.S.A.I. Jn. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
UFTM Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra
U.J.A. Ulster Journal of Archaeology

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