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Penal Laws & United Irishmen Sources

Bartlett, T. and Hayton, D.W., (eds.), Penal era and golden age: Essays in Irish history, 1690-1800 (Belfast, 1979).

Beckett, J.C., Protestant Dissent in Ireland, 1687-1780 (London, 1948).

Burns, R.E., Irish Parliamentary Politics in the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 1: 1714-30 (Washington, D.C. 1989).

Burns, R.E., Irish Parliamentary Politics in the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 2: 1730-60 (Washington, D.C. 1990).

Colley, L., Britons: Forging the Nation, 1707-1837 (New Haven, 1992).

Connolly, S.J., ‘Varieties of Britishness: Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the Hanoverian State’, in Grant, Alexander and Stringer, Keith (eds.),Uniting the Kingdom?: The Making of British History (London, 1996), pp193-207.

Corish,P.J., The Catholic Community in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (Dublin, 1981).

Corish, P.J., (ed.), Radicals, Rebels and Establishments: Historical Studies XV (Belfast, 1985).

Curtin, N.J., The United Irishmen: Popular Politics in Ulster and Dublin, 1791-1798 (New York, 1994).

Devine, T.M., Eighteenth-Century Scotland (Edinburgh. 1999).

Dickson, D., New Foundations: Ireland 1660-1800 (Dublin, 1987).

Dickson, D., Keogh, D. and Whelan, K. (eds.), The United Irishmen: Radicalism, Republicanism and Revolution (Dublin, 1993).

Dickson, David, ‘Derry’s backyard: the barony of Inishowen, 1650-1800, in Nolan, William; Ronayne, Liam, Dunlevy, Máiread (eds.), Donegal: History and Society (Dublin, 1995).

Donnelly, J.S. ‘Propagating the cause of the United Irishmen’, in Studies, lxix (1980), pp 5-23.

Elliott, M., Partners in revolution: The United Irishmen and France (New Haven, 1982).

Elliott, M, Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish independence (New Haven, 1989).

Gough, H. and Dickson, D. (eds.), Ireland and the French Revolution (Dublin, 1990).

Hayton, D., Ireland after the Glorious Revolution (Belfast, 1976).

Herlihy, Kevin (ed.), Propagating the word of Irish dissent, 1650-1800 (Dublin, 1998).

Hill, J., From Patriots to Unionists: Dublin Civic Politics and Irish Protestant Patriotism, 1660-1840 (Oxford, 1997).

Jacob, R., The rise of the United Irishmen (London, 1937).

Johnston, E.M., Eighteenth-century Ireland: The long peace (Dublin, 1989).

Jones, Maldwn A, ‘The Scotch-Irish in British America’, in Bailyn, Bernard, Morgan, Philip D (eds), Strangers within the realm: cultural margins if the first British Empire (Chapel Hill, NC, 1991), 284-313.

Kelly, J., Henry Flood: Parties and politics in eighteenth-century Ireland (Dublin, 1998).

Kelly, J., Prelude to Union: Anglo-Irish politics in the 1780s (Cork, 1992).

Kidd, C., ‘North Britishness and the Nature of the Eighteenth-Century British Patriotisms’, in Historical Journal, 39 (1996), pp 361-82.

Kirkham, G., ‘To Pay the Rent and Lay up Riches’: The Economic Opportunity in Eighteenth-Century North-West Ulster’, in Mitchison, R. and Roebuck, Peter (eds.) Economy and Society in Scotland and Ireland, 1500-1939 (Edinburgh, 1988), pp 95-104.

Knox, O., Rebels and informers: Stirrings of Irish Independence (London, 1997).

Keogh, D. (ed.), The Women of 1798 (Dublin, 1998).

Lecky, W.E.H., A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century (London, 1892).

McBride, Ian, Scripture Politics: Ulster Presbyterians and Irish Radicalism in the Late Eighteenth Century (Cambridge, 1998).

McBride, Ian, ‘When Ulster Joined Ireland’: Anti-Popery, Presbyterianism, Radicalism and Irish Republicanism in the 1790’s’, in Past and Present, no.157 (1997), pp 63-93.

MacDermott, F., Wolfe Tone (London, 1939). [Reprinted As Theobald Wolfe Tone and his times (Dublin and Tralee, 1969)].

McDowell, R.B., Ireland in the Age of Imperialism and Revolution, 1760-1801 (Oxford, 1979).

McFarland, E.W., Ireland and Scotland in the Age of Revolution: Planting the green bough (Edinburgh, 1994).

MacSuibhne, B., ‘Patriot Paddies: ‘The Volunteers and Irish Identity in Northwest Ulster, 1778-86’, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Carnegie Mellon University (1998).

Marshall, P.J., (ed.), The British Empire in the Eighteenth Century (New York, 1998).

Menard, Russell, Migrants, servants and slaves: unfree labor in colonial British America (Aldershot, Ashgate, 2001).

O’Brien, G. (ed.), Parliament, Politics and People: Essays in Eighteenth-century Irish History (Dublin, 1989).

Packenham, T., The Year of Liberty (London, 1969).

Reid, J.S., History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 3 vols. (Belfast,1867).

Simms, J.G., Jacobite Ireland, 1685-91 (London, 1969).

Simms, J.G., ‘Remembering 1690’, in Studies lxviii (1974), pp 231-42.

Smyth, J., Men of No Property: Irish Radicals and Popular Politics in the late Eighteenth Century (Dublin, 1992).

Stewart, A.T.Q., A Deeper Silence: The Hidden Origins of the United Irishmen (London, 1993).

Stewart, A.T.Q., The Summer Soldiers: The 1798 rebellion in Antrim and Down (Belfast, 1995-96).

Szechi, D., The Jacobites, Britain and Europe 1688-1788 (Manchester, 1994).

The distressed condition of the poor Protestants in the north of Ireland considered (Dublin, Printed by S. Powell, for E. Hamilton, 1729).

Thuente, M.H., The Harp re-strung: The United Irishmen and the Rise of Irish Literary Nationalism (Syracuse, NY, 1993).

Weber, P., On the Road to Rebellion: The United Irishmen and Hamburg, 1796-1803 (Dublin, 1997).

Westerkamp, Marilyn J., ‘Triumph of the laity the migration of revivalism from Scotland and Ireland to the middle colonies, 1625-1760’ (Ph. D.) -University of Pennsylvania, 1984.

Whelan, K., The Tree of Liberty: Radicalism, Catholicism, and the Construction of Irish Identity, 1760-1830 (Cork, 1996).

Wilson, D., United Irishmen, United States: Immigrant Radicals in the Early Republic (Ithaca, 1998).

Witherow, T., Historical and Literary Memorials of Presbyterian Ireland, 1623-1761 (Belfast, 1867).