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Plantation & the 17th Century

Agnew, J., Belfast Merchant Families in the Seventeenth Century (Dublin, 1996).

Anderson, J., The Siege and Relief of Londonderry in 1689 (Belfast, 1926).

Bagwell, R., Ireland Under the Stuarts and during the Interregnum, 3 vols (London, 1916).

Bailie, W. D., Presbyterian worship in Ulster prior to the introduction of the Westminster Directory in 1647: being the Robert Allen Memorial Lecture delivered at Union Theological College, Belfast on 7th May, 1987 (Belfast, Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 1987).

Barfoot, W., D., Defenders, An Intimate Account of the Memorable Events Connected with the Siege of Derry 1688-9 (Carrickfergus, 1948).

Barnard, N., The Derriad; or, the Glorious Revolution of 1688. By the Schoolmaster at Home (Derry, 1848).

Barnard, T., ‘The Government of Irish Dissent, 1704-80′, in Herlihy, Kevin (ed.),The Politics of Irish Dissent, 1650-1800 (Dublin, 1997), pp 9-27.

Barnard, T., ‘The uses of the 23rd October 1641 and Irish Protestant Celebrations’, in English Historical Review, cvi (1991), pp 889-920.

Barnard, T., ‘Identities, Ethnicity and Tradition among Irish Dissenters c. 1650-1750′, in Herlihy, Kevin (ed.), The Irish Dissenting Tradition, 1650-1750 (Dublin, 1995), pp 29-48.

Barnard, Toby C., ‘New opportunities for British settlement: Ireland 1650-1700, in Canny, Nicholas P. (ed.), The origins of empire; British overseas enterprise to the close of the 17th century [Oxford history of the British Empire, vol. 1 (Oxford, 1998)

Beckett, J. C., Protestant dissent in Ireland, 1687-1780 (London, Faber and Faber 1948).

Canny, N., ‘The Origins of Empire, an Introduction’, in Canny, N. (ed.), The Oxford History of the British Empire, vol 1 (Oxford, 1991), pp16-17.

Casway, J.I., Owen Roe O’Neill and the Struggle for Catholic Ireland (Philadelphia, 1984).

Clarke, Aidan, ‘The earl of Antrim and the first Bishops’ War’, in Irish Sword, vi, no. 23 (1963), pp 108-15.

Clarke, Aidan, ‘Ireland and the general crisis’, in Past and Present, 48 (1970), pp 79-99.

Clarke, Aidan, ‘Colonial identity in early seventeenth century Ireland’, in Moody,T.W. (ed.), Nationality and the pursuit of national independence, Historical Studies xi (Belfast, 1978), pp 57-71.

Clarke, Aidan, ‘The genesis of the Ulster rising’, in Roebuck, Peter (ed.), Plantation to Partition: Essays in Ulster history in honour of J.L. McCracken (Belfast, 1981), pp 29-45.

Clarke, Aidan, ‘The 1641 Depositions’, in Fox, P. (ed.), Treasures of the Library of Trinity College Dublin, (Dublin 1986), pp 111-22.

Clarke, Aidan, ‘Colonial constitutional attitudes in Ireland, 1640-60’, in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, section C, vol. 90, no. 11 (1990), pp 357-375.

Connolly, S.J. ‘Ulster Presbyterians: religion, culture and politics, 1660-1850’, in Blethen, H. Tyler; Wood, Curtis W. (eds.), Ulster and North America: transatlantic perspectives on the Scotsh-Irish (Tuscaloosa, AL, 1997), 24-40.

Cullen, L.M., The Emergence of Modern Ireland, 1600-1900 (London, 1981).

Cullen, L.M., ‘Population Trends in Seventeenth-Century Ireland’, in Economic and Social Review, 6 (1974-75), pp 149-66.

Curl, James Stevens, The honourable Irish society and the plantation of Ulster (Chichester, Phillimore, 2000).

Dawson, A., George Walker, The Siege of Derry (Belfast, 1887).

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

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).

Doherty, W., The Williamite War in Ireland (Dublin, 1998).

Dunlop, R., ‘Depositions relating to the Irish massacres of 1641’, in English Historical Review, i (1886), pp 740-3, ii (1887), pp 338-40.

Dwyer, Philip, The Siege of Derry in 1689 (London, 1893).

Ellis, P.B., Hell or Connaught! The Cromwellian Colonisation of Ireland, 1652-1660, 2 ed. (Belfast, 1988). [Contains two sections on the Settlement in Ulster and the Ulster-Scots]

Falls, C., The Birth of Ulster (London, 1936).

Falls, C., Elizabeth’s Irish wars (London, 1995).

Fissel, M.C., The Bishops’ Wars: Charles I’s Campaigns Against Scotland, 1638-1640 (Cambridge, 1994).

Fitzpatrick, B., Seventeenth-century Ireland: The War of Religions (Dublin, 1988).

Ford, A., The Protestant Reformation in Ireland, 1590-1641(Dublin, 1996-97).

Gillespie, R., Colonial Ulster: The settlement of East Ulster, 1600-1641 (Cork, 1985).

Gillespie, R., ‘The end of an era: Ulster and the outbreak of the 1641 rising’, in Brady, C. and Gillespie, R. (eds.), Natives and newcomers: Essays on the making of Irish colonial society, 1534-1641 (Dublin, 1986), pp 191- 214.

Gillespie, R., ‘Dissenters and Nonconformists, 1661-1700′, in Herlihy, Kevin (ed.),The Irish Dissenting Tradition (Dublin, 1995), pp 11-28.

Gillespie, R., ‘The Presbyterian Revolution in Ulster, 1660-1690′, in Sheil, W.J. and Wood, D (eds.),The Churches, Ireland and the Irish: Papers Read at the 1987 Summer Meeting and the 1988 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society (Oxford, 1989), pp 159-70.

Gillespie, Raymond, ‘Plantation and profit:; Richard Spert’s tract on Ireland, 1608’, in Irish Economic and Social History 20 (19930, 62-71 .

Gillespie, R., Settlement and Survival on an Ulster Estate: the Brownlow Leasebook, 1667-1711 (Belfast, 1988).

Gillespie, Raymond, ‘Explorers, exploiters and entrepreneurs: early modern Ireland and it’s contexts’, in Graham, Brian and Proudfoot, Lindsay (ed.), Historical Geography of Ireland (London, 1993), 123-57.

Gillespie, Raymond, ‘The social world of County Down in the seventeenth century’, in Proudfoot, Lindsay and Nolan, William (eds.), Down: History and Society (Dublin, 1997)

Gillespie, Raymond, ‘The social world of County Down in the seventeenth century’, in Proudfoot, Lindsay and Nolan, William (eds.), Down: History and Society (Dublin, 1997)

Gillespie, R., Devoted People: Belief and Religion in Early Modern Ireland (Manchester, 1997).

Graham, J., Derriana, A History of the Siege of Londonderry, and the Defence of Enniskillen in 1688 and 1689, with Historical Poetry and Biographical Notes etc. (Dublin, 1829).

Graham, J., Memoirs of the Rev. George Walker, D.D. Governour of Derry and of Colonel David Cairnes of Knockmany, Defenders of the City in 1689 (Limavady, 1832).

Graham, J., A History of Ireland, from the Relief of Londonderry in 1689 to the Surrender of Limerick in 1691 (Dublin, 1839).

Graham, J., Ireland Preserved; or the Siege of Londonderry and Battle of Aughrim, with Lyrical Poems and Biographical Notes (Dublin, 1841).

Gray, T., No Surrender! The Siege of Londonderry (London, 1975).

Greaves, Richard L., God’s other children: Protestant nonconformists and the emergence of denominational churches in Ireland, 1660-1700 (Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1997.

Hamilton, C.L., ‘Scotland, Ireland, and the English Civil War’, in Albion, vii (1975), pp 120-30.

Hanna, Rev. H., Weighed and Waiting: an Examination by the Rev. Hugh Hanna of a Review by Rev. A. Robinson of a lecture on the Siege of Derry, by the Rev. Hugh Hanna (Belfast, 1871).

Hazlett, H., ‘The financing of the British armies in Ireland, 1641-1649’, in Irish Historical Studies, i, no. 1 (1938), pp 21-41.

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

Herilhy, Kevin,  The politics of Irish dissent, 1650-1800 (Dublin, 1977).

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

Hempton, J. (ed.), The Siege and History of Londonderry (Londonderry and Dublin, 1861).

Herlihy, K. (ed.), The Irish Dissenting Tradition, 1650-1750 (Dublin, 1995)

Herlihy, K. (ed.), The Politics of Irish Dissent, 1650-1800 (Dublin, 1997)

Herlihy, K. (ed.), The Religion of Irish Dissent, 1650-1800 (Dublin,1997)

Hickson, M., Ireland in the seventeenth century or the Irish massacres of 1641-2, their cause and results. Illustrated by extracts from the unpublished state papers etc. relating to the plantations of 1610-39. Depositions relating to the massacres and the reports of the trials held in the High Court of Justice in 1652-4 (London, 1884).

Hill, G., An Historical account of the Plantation in Ulster at the commencement of the Seventeenth century, 1608-1620 (Belfast 1877).

Hill, G.W., Plantation Papers (Belfast, 1889).

Hunter, R.J., ‘Carew’s Survey of Ulster, 1611: The “Voluntary Works”’, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, series 3, vol. 38 (1975), pp 81-82.

Hunter, R.J., ‘The Settler Population of an Ulster Plantation County’, Donegal Annual, vol. x (1971-3), pp 124-54.

Hunter, R.J., ‘Plantation in Donegal’, in Nolan, W., Ronayne, L., and Dunlevy, M. (eds.), Donegal, History and Society (Dublin, 1995), pp 283-324.

Hunter, Robert J., ‘The end of O’Donnell power, in Nolan, William, Ronayne, Liam and Dunleavy, Máiread (ed.), Donegal: history and society (Dublin, 1995).

Ireland after the Glorious Revolution (Belfast, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1976).

James, F.G., Ireland in the Empire, 1688-1770 (Cambridge, MA, 1973).

Kearney, H.F., Strafford in Ireland 1633-41: A Study in Absolutism, 2 ed. (Cambridge 1989).

Kelly, J., ‘”The Glorious and Immortal Memory”: Commemoration and Protestant Identity in Ireland, 1660-1800’, in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, vol. 94, section C (1994), pp 25-52.

Kelly, W.P., (ed.), The Sieges of Derry (Dublin, 2001).

Kerr, W.S., Walker of Derry (Londonderry, 1938).

Kirkpatrick, James, An historical essay upon the loyalty of Presbyterians in Great-Britain and Ireland from the Reformation to … 1713: wherein their steady adherence to the Protestant interest, our … civil constitution, the succession of Protestant princes, the just prerogatives of the crown, and the liberties of the people is demonstrated from public records … approv’d histories, the confession of their adversaries, and divers … original papers … : and an answer given to the calumnies of their accusers, and particularly to two late pamphlets viz. I.A sample of true blue Presbyterian loyalty &c. 2. The conduct of the dissenters in Ireland &c. : with a prefatory address to all … Protestant subjects … in Great-Britain and Ireland, against the pretender, on behalf of the Protestant religion, the Queen, the house of Hanover, and our liberties ([London : s.n.], 1713).

Lecky, Alexander G., The Laggan and its Presbyterianism (Belfast, Davidson & M’Cormack, 1905).

Lecky, Rev. A.G., In the days of the Laggan Presbytery (Belfast, 1908).

Levack, B., The Formation of the British State: England, Scotland and the Union, 1603-1707 (Oxford, 1987).

Loftus, B., Mirrors: William III and Mother Ireland (Dundrum, 1990).

Loughridge, Adam, The Covenanters in Ireland: a history of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland (Belfast, Cameron Press, 1987).

Lucy, G. (ed.), Macaulay on Londonderry, Enniskillen and the Boyne (Tandragee, 1989).

Macafee, William, and Morgan, V., ‘Population in Ulster, 1660-1760′, in Roebuck, P. (ed.) Plantation to Partition: Essays in Ulster History in Honour of J.L. McCracken (Belfast, 1981), pp 46-63.

Macaulay, T.B., The Story of the Siege of Londonderry (Derry, 1937).

Marti, Oscar A., Passive resistance of the Scotch-Irish Presbyterians [S.l. : s.n., 1928.

McBride, I., The Siege of Derry in Ulster Protestant mythology(Dublin, 1997).

Mac Cuarta, B. (ed.), Ulster 1641: Aspects of the Rising (Belfast, 1993).

McGovern, M., ‘The Siege Myth: Siege of Derry in Ulster Protestant Political Culture’ (unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Liverpool, 1994).

McGurk, J., The Elizabethan Conquest of Ireland (Manchester, 1997).

McKenny, K., For King or Ulster: The landed interests, political ideologies and military campaigns of the British settler armies of North-West Ulster, 1620-85 (Dublin, 1997).

McKenny, Kevin ‘British settler society in Donegal c.1625-1685’, in Nolan, William; Ronayne, Liam, Dunlevy, Máiread (eds.), Donegal: History and Society (Dublin, 1995), 325-55.

MacLysaght, E., Irish Life in the Seventeenth Century (Dublin, 1939).

Macrory, P., The Siege of Derry (Oxford, 1988).

Maguire, W. A. (ed.), Kings in Conflict: The Revolutionary War in Ireland and its aftermath, 1689-1750 (Belfast, 1990).

Milligan, C.D., History of the Siege of Londonderry 1689 (Belfast, 1981).

Moody, T.W., The Londonderry Plantation (London, 1939).

Morgan, H., Tyrone’s Rebellion: the outbreak of the Nine Years War in Tudor Ireland (Woodbridge, 1993).

Murtagh, Harman, ‘The War in Ireland, 1689-91’, in Maguire, W.A. (ed.), Kings in Conflict: The Revolutionary War in Ireland and Its Aftermath, 1689-1750 (Belfast, 1990), pp 61-91.

O Ciardha, E., Ireland and Jacobite Cause, 1685-1766 (Dublin, 2001).

Ohlmeyer, J., Civil War and Restoration in the Three Stuart kingdoms: The career of Randall Macdonnell, Marquis of Antrim, 1609-1683 (New York, 1993).

Ohlmeyer, J. (ed.), Ireland from Independence to Occupation, 1641-1660 (Cambridge, 1995).

Ohlmeyer, J., ‘The “Antrim plot” of 1641 – a myth?’, in Historical Journal, 35 (1992), pp 905-19.

Ohlmeyer, J., ‘Seventeenth-century Ireland and the new British and Atlantic histories’, in American Historical Review, vol. civ (1999), pp 446-62.

Ohlmeyer, J., ‘The Wars of Religion’, in Bartlett, T., and Jeffery, K. (eds.), A Military History of Ireland (Cambridge, 1996).

Ohlmeyer, J., and Kenyon, J., The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1638-1660 (Oxford, 1998).

Orr, Brian J., As God is my witness: the Presbyterian Kirk, the Covenanters, & the Ulster Scots (Bowie, MD : Heritage Bks., 2002).

O Siochrú, M., Confederate Ireland, 1642-1649 (Dublin, 1999).

Perceval-Maxwell, M., The Outbreak of the Irish Rebellion of 1641 (Buffalo, NJ, 1994).

Perceval-Maxwell, M., The Scottish migration to Ulster in the reign of James I (London, New York, Routledge & Kegan Paul; Humanities Press 1973).

Perceval-Maxwell, M., ‘Strafford, the Ulster Scots, and the Covenanters’, in Irish Historical Studies, xviii, no. 72 (1973), pp 524-50.

Perceval-Maxwell, M., ‘The Ulster rising of 1641 and the depositions’, in Irish Historical Studies, xxi, (1978), pp 144-67.

Perceval-Maxwell, M., ‘Protestant faction, the impeachment of Strafford and the origins of the Irish civil war’, in Canadian Journal of History, xvii (1982), pp 235-55.

Perceval-Maxwell, M., ‘Ireland and Scotland, 1638-48’, in Morrill, John (ed.), Scottish national covenant in its British context, 1638-51 (Edinburgh, 1990).

Perceval-Maxwell, M., ‘Ireland and the monarchy in the early Stuart multiple kingdom’, in Historical Journal, 34, no. 2 (1991), pp 279-95.

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Simms, J.G., ‘Donegal in the Ulster Plantation’, in Irish Geography, vi (1972), pp 386-87.

Simms, J.G., War and politics in Ireland, 1649-1730 (edited by Hayton, D. and O’Brien, G.) (London, 1986).

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Stevenson, D., The Covenanters: The National Covenant and Scotland (Edinburgh, 1998).

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