By Catherine Cox, Susannah Riordan
This edited assortment is the 1st to deal with the subject of youth in Irish historical past. It brings jointly proven and rising students to envision the event of Irish teenagers from the 'affective revolution' of the early 19th century to the emergence of the teen within the Sixties.
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For more on the Battle of Ballynahinch, a major encounter during which some 400 rebels were killed, see Curtin, United Irishmen, 273–5 and A. T. Q. Stewart, The summer soldiers: The 1798 rebellion in Antrim and Down (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1995), 222–9. 39. For contemporaries the meaning of the statement ‘Reform, or the Pike’ would have been readily apparent, the pike having been widely used by the foot soldiers of the United Irish movement during the rebellion of 1798. Belfast News-Letter, 18 May 1832.
1822 to 3 July 1824’ (PRONI, Tennent Papers, D/1748/G/755/1), 2, 3, 4, 6, 17–17; Privately circulated in the 1790s, the Spirit of despotism was published in Philadelphia in 1795, but it was not until 1821 that English edition, albeit an anonymous one, appeared. See John Barrell, The spirit of despotism: Invasions of privacy in the 1790s (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), 4–9. 53. ‘Journal of my reading from the time I entered college to reside’, 1, 4–5, 6, 21–22, 29–30. For Holford and Porter, see St Clair, The reading nation, 213, 216; H.
60. William Cairns, Outlines of lectures on logic and belles lettres: With a synopsis of the ancient logic (Belfast: Thomas Mairs, 1835), 103, 106–7, 110; James Hirst, Address to the Belfast Historic Society (Belfast: Thomas Mairs, 1831), 14; Tom Clyde, Irish literary magazines: An outline history and descriptive bibliography (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2002), 84. 61. For a classic biographical study, see Leslie A. Marchand, Byron: A biography (3 vols, London: Random House, 1957). 62. William Todd Jones to William Drennan, letter dated 1 to 11 Nov.
Adolescence in Modern Irish History by Catherine Cox, Susannah Riordan