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Criminal children in post-Famine Connacht: Poverty, crime and punishment, with a particular focus on the period 1854-1870
This study examines the extent and nature of juvenile crime in Connacht from 1854 to 1884, and looks at how poor and criminal children were treated in the west of Ireland in this period. Most studies of juvenile crime in ...
Reform, instruction, and practice: the impact of the Catholic Revival on the laity in the Dublin diocese, 1793-1853
In the aftermath of the 1793 Catholic Relief Act the Catholic Church in Dublin experienced a period of revival. The building of new churches, the flourishing of religious orders, and the development Sunday Schools all point ...