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The Dublin Paper War of 1786-88: A Bibliography and Critical Inquiry, Including an Account of the Origins of Protestant Ascendancy and Its Baptism in 1792 (History)

McCormack, W. J.

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ISBN 10: 0716525054 / ISBN 13: 9780716525059
Published by Irish Academic Press Ltd, 1993
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Title: The Dublin Paper War of 1786-88: A ...

Publisher: Irish Academic Press Ltd

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:As New

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The long and acrimonious exchange of pamphlets, which surrounded publication of Richard Woodward's Present State of the Church ofIreland in December 1786 has attracted a good deal of comment from historians interested in the Whiteboys, resistance to tithes and interdenominational relations in Ireland. Emphasising the importance of theoretical reflexivity in critical practice, W.J> Mc Cormack goes beyonf commentary to establish a full and annotated list of the publications involved. His bibliographical research is carefully placed wihin a wider context of interpretation, drawing on Anglo-American linguistic philosophy, German critical theoty and Begriffsgeschichte, and the findings of fellow Irish researchers.

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