The 1641 Depositions

Volume IV Dublin

Aidan Clarke (Editor), Thomas Bartlett (Editor), John Morrill (Editor), Jane Ohlmeyer (Editor), Michéal Ó Siochrú (Editor), Edda Barbara Isabella Frankot (Editor), Annaleigh Margey (Editor), Elaine Murphy (Editor)

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Abstract

The 1641 Depositions are witness testimonies mainly by Protestants, but also by some Catholics, from all social backgrounds, concerning their experiences of the 1641 Irish rebellion. Volume IV: Dublin What was to become the Dublin deposition book was originally planned as a documentary narrative of the outbreak of the rebellion. The Dublin depositions are distinctive in two ways. Because city residents had invested widely in property outside the county and because refugees sometimes gave Dublin addresses, the losses they report are countrywide. And because Dubliners began to use the depositions as a way of registering complaints a vivid picture emerges of a city under extreme stress.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDublin
PublisherIrish Manuscripts Commission
Number of pages528
ISBN (Print)9781906865382
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2017

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Clarke, A., Bartlett, T., Morrill, J., Ohlmeyer, J., Ó Siochrú, M., Frankot, E. B. I., ... Murphy, E. (Eds.) (2017). The 1641 Depositions: Volume IV Dublin. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission.

The 1641 Depositions : Volume IV Dublin. / Clarke, Aidan (Editor); Bartlett, Thomas (Editor); Morrill, John (Editor); Ohlmeyer, Jane (Editor); Ó Siochrú, Michéal (Editor); Frankot, Edda Barbara Isabella (Editor); Margey, Annaleigh (Editor); Murphy, Elaine (Editor).

Dublin : Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2017. 528 p.

Research output: Book/ReportScholarly Edition

Clarke, A, Bartlett, T, Morrill, J, Ohlmeyer, J, Ó Siochrú, M, Frankot, EBI, Margey, A & Murphy, E (eds) 2017, The 1641 Depositions: Volume IV Dublin. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.
Clarke A, (ed.), Bartlett T, (ed.), Morrill J, (ed.), Ohlmeyer J, (ed.), Ó Siochrú M, (ed.), Frankot EBI, (ed.) et al. The 1641 Depositions: Volume IV Dublin. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2017. 528 p.
Clarke, Aidan (Editor) ; Bartlett, Thomas (Editor) ; Morrill, John (Editor) ; Ohlmeyer, Jane (Editor) ; Ó Siochrú, Michéal (Editor) ; Frankot, Edda Barbara Isabella (Editor) ; Margey, Annaleigh (Editor) ; Murphy, Elaine (Editor). / The 1641 Depositions : Volume IV Dublin. Dublin : Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2017. 528 p.
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