Donnybrook Fair

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ISBN: MINN:31951T00032409D
Release Date: 1902
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Carnival Versus Lent

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ISBN: OCLC:969884397
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 190
Author: James Matthews
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Donnybrook A History

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ISBN: 9780750955799
Release Date: 2013-10-07
Number of pages: 300
Author: Beatrice Doran
Publisher: The History Press

Download and read online Donnybrook A History in PDF and EPUB Donnybrook is one of the most iconic areas of South Dublin, a prosperous and peaceful suburb that is well-known as the being the heartland of Leinster Rugby. It derived its name, however, from the violence and carousing that were a regular feature of the area in the 1800s, and this book tells the story of the development and the journey from these inauspicious beginnings to its current form through a series of rare and beautifully produced photographs.


Sport and Ireland

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ISBN: 9780191063022
Release Date: 2015-10-08
Number of pages: 352
Author: Paul Rouse
Publisher: OUP Oxford

Download and read online Sport and Ireland in PDF and EPUB This is the first history of sport in Ireland, locating the history of sport within Irish political, social, and cultural history, and within the global history of sport. Sport and Ireland demonstrates that there are aspects of Ireland's sporting history that are uniquely Irish and are defined by the peculiarities of life on a small island on the edge of Europe. What is equally apparent, though, is that the Irish sporting world is unique only in part; much of the history of Irish sport is a shared history with that of other societies. Drawing on an unparalleled range of sources - government archives, sporting institutions, private collections, and more than sixty local, national, and international newspapers - this volume offers a unique insight into the history of the British Empire in Ireland and examines the impact that political partition has had on the organization of sport there. Paul Rouse assesses the relationship between sport and national identity, how sport influences policy-making in modern states, and the ways in which sport has been colonized by the media and has colonized it in turn. Each chapter of Sport and Ireland contains new research on the place of sport in Irish life: the playing of hurling matches in London in the eighteenth century, the growth of cricket to become the most important sport in early Victorian Ireland, and the enlistment of thousands of members of the Gaelic Athletic Association as soldiers in the British Army during the Great War. Rouse draws out the significance of animals to the Irish sporting tradition, from the role of horse and dogs in racing and hunting, to the cocks, bulls, and bears that were involved in fighting and baiting.



The Metropolitan

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ISBN: OXFORD:555023668
Release Date: 1844
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Shillelagh

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ISBN: 9781430325703
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 376
Author: John W. Hurley
Publisher: Lulu.com

Download and read online Shillelagh in PDF and EPUB For centuries the Irish have been associated with a stick weapon called the Shillelagh. And for generations of Irishmen, the Shillelagh was a badge of honor - a symbol of their courage, their martial prowess and their willingness to fight for their rights and their honor. In modern popular culture, the Shillelagh has acquired a less appealing image, one that attempts to declaw the Irish through negative racial stereotypes of the Victorian era, which depict the Irish as harmless club-weilding Leprecauns or drunken, half-witted brawlers. John Hurley's illuminating study forever alters our view of this much maligned and misunderstood cultural icon by revealing the true martial arts culture of the Irish people, its history, evolution and decline and the resulting effects on the Shillelagh - the most powerful and controversial of Irish icons.



Roberts Semi monthly Magazine

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081668455
Release Date: 1842
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Donnybrook Dublin

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ISBN: 6136696010
Release Date: 2011-06-17
Number of pages: 108
Author: Dismas Reinald Apostolis
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Download and read online Donnybrook Dublin in PDF and EPUB Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Donnybrook (Irish: Domhnach Broc, meaning The Church of Saint Broc) is a district of Dublin, Ireland. It is situated on the southside of the city, in the Dublin 4 postal district, and is home to the Irish state broadcaster RT . It was once part of the Pembroke Township. Its neighbouring suburbs are Ballsbridge, Sandymount, Ranelagh and Clonskeagh. Donnybrook was once the location of Donnybrook Fair, a fair held from the time of King John onwards, which became notorious for drunkenness and violent disorder. This gave rise to the term a donnybrook, meaning a brawl or fracas. The fair was banned in 1855, but a supermarket called Donnybrook Fair is on the main street. Parts of the lands on which Donnybrook Fair took place are occupied by Donnybrook Rugby Ground and Herbert Park.


Dublin

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ISBN: 0195182014
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 300
Author: Siobhán Marie Kilfeather
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

Download and read online Dublin in PDF and EPUB "Siobhan Kilfeather explores Ireland's capital city and walks the streets immortalized by James Joyce's Ulysses. Kilfeather takes readers through one thousand years of Dublin's history and examines in detail its architecture, staturary, painting, and writing"--Back cover.


Dublin s Strangest Tales

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ISBN: 9781909396449
Release Date: 2013-07-15
Number of pages: 300
Author: Michael Barry
Publisher: Pavilion Books

Download and read online Dublin s Strangest Tales in PDF and EPUB Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Dublin. Though this isnt the usual side of the city the tourists, travellers and residents see. This is the real Dublin, the strange and twisted nooks and crannies of the citys bizarre history past, present and future. Following on from the bestselling Portico Strangest titles now comes a book devoted to one of Irelands most beautiful, and popular, cities. Located on the beautiful eastern seaboard, Dublin is a city with more strangeness than you can shake a pint of Guinness at. Home to one million people, the name, strangely, comes from the Irish Dubh Linn, which means 'Black Pool', but that name was already taken. Dublins Strangest Tales is a treasure trove of the hilarious, the odd and the baffling an alternative travel guide to some of the citys best-kept secrets. Read on, if you dare! You have been warned. Word count: 35,000


Tait s Edinburgh Magazine

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081663266
Release Date: 1838
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Author: William Tait
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Popular Songs of Ireland

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ISBN: UCAL:$B436676
Release Date: 1839
Number of pages: 340
Author: Thomas Crofton Croker
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