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  1. The Life and Errors of John Dunton, Citizen of London: With the Lives and Characters of More Than a Thousand Contemporary Divines, and Other Persons of ... in Ireland; Selections from His Other Gen by John Dunton, John Bowyer Nichols, 2010-03-08
  2. A Short Critical Review of the Political Life of Oliver Cromwell: Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland. By the Late John Banks, With an Appendix, by John Bancks, 2009-04-27
  3. Doctor Tucker, Priest-Musician: A Sketch Which Concerns The Doings And Thinkings Of John Ireland Tucker (1897) by Christopher Wilkinson Knauff, 2010-09-10
  4. Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland. By John Lord Sheffield. by John Holroyd, 2010-06-09
  5. Greatest of the Fenians: John Devoy and Ireland by Terence Dooley, 2003-10
  6. Hogarth Illustrated by John Ireland (3 vols.). by John. Ireland, 1793
  7. The Dirty Dozen: Ireland's Motor-Sport Legends. John Kenny by John Kenny, 2007-01
  9. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Ireland. Denmark. Sweden by John Lawson Stoddard, 2010-02-22
  10. The assurance of faith; or, the experience of a true Christian. Being the substance of a discourse delivered at Glenevy in the county of Antrim in Ireland, in the year 1754. By John Cennick. by John Cennick, 2010-06-24
  11. John Ireland: The Man and His Music by M. Searle, 1983-06
  12. Kingdom and Colony: Ireland in the Atlantic World, 1560-1800 (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Professor Nicholas Canny, 1988-06-01
  13. Challenges, a series of controversial essays on music / by Ralph Hill ... with an introduction by John Ireland and an envoi by C.B. Rees by Ralph (1900-1950) Hill, 1943-01-01
  14. The sufferings and satisfaction of Christ. Being the substance of a discourse delivered in the north of Ireland, in the year 1752. By John Cennick. The third edition. by John Cennick, 2010-06-10

101. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Nicholas Devereux
Born near Enniscorthy, ireland, 7 June, 1791; died at Utica, New York, 29 Dec., 1855, was the youngest brother of john C. Devereux.
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Born near Enniscorthy, Ireland, 7 June, 1791; died at Utica, New York, 29 Dec., 1855, was the youngest brother of John C. Devereux . Nicholas reached New York in 1806; on the first Sunday following his arrival he attended Mass in St. Peter's, Barclay Street, and put on the plate one of his last three gold coins. God blessed his generosity; when he died fifty years later he had amassed as a merchant half a million dollars. He purchased from the Holland Land Company four hundred thousand acres of land in Allegheny and Cattaraugus counties, New York, and started there an Irish settlement. He gave largely towards the foundation of churches, colleges, and charitable institutions. He visited Rome in 1854 accompanied by his wife, his daughter Mary, and Rev. Michael Clarke. He brought to America six Franciscan Fathers and gave them $10,000 towards building a monastery at Allegheny, N.Y., which has now become the Franciscan college and seminary of St. Bonaventure. On his return from Italy he wrote a letter to the New York "Freeman's Journal" offering to be one of one hundred persons who would each give $1,000 towards founding a seminary at Rome, for the education of American priests. He had, moreover, several conversations with Cardinal Wiseman who promised to use his influence with Pius IX to carry out the project. After his death his widow carried out his wishes and thus was begun the foundation of the American College, Rome.

102. Hack Watch News - HackWatch Is Ireland's Leading Technology News Site
Both the chairman of the board, john Scanlan and Ron Bolger have been board members of one of the most reviled Welcome to the Domain Registry of ireland (IEDR
Replacing IEDR Management - Time To Go?
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The fiasco of recent months has destroyed whatever credibility the board of IEDR had remaining. The manner in which the dispute between Mike Fagan (deposed CEO of IEDR) and the board of IEDR was left to escalate was not good for IEDR and it certainly was a disaster for the Irish internet community - the community which IEDR is supposed to serve. A Dublin court ruled earlier this month that IEDR must continue to pay Fagan his salary while he was suspended. It also temporarily prevented IEDR from acting on the KPMG report. Another hearing in the case was meant to have taken place on Monday. It is difficult to see if IEDR can be salvaged. The Irish internet community voted with their credit cards and wallets a long time ago and the .ie domain is too expensive for businesses in the midst of a recession or economic downturn. Most Irish businesses now chose to go .com rather than .ie. Would it be enough that the board of IEDR resigns en masse? Probably not, though it would go some of the way towards restoring confidence. But what would replace it - the professional committee joiners that seem to dog this industry? The last thing that the industry needs is another bunch of marginally effective meddlers. The current board is very much a liability to the industry - after all, why the hell should it be padded with more people from the most reviled organisation in the history of the Irish internet? Perhaps it is time for a very revolutionary idea - the idea that the Irish internet community decides on who should be on the board.

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Bulletin board / results Games Email dir ectory ... ICCA Latest news Cork City Chess Congress, March 23-25: Mel O'Cinneide won the top section with 5.5/6 ahead of Kieran O'Driscoll (2nd, 4.5) and a field including FMs Phillip Short (4), Colm Daly (3.5). Stephen Short won the Major and Maurice O'Donoghue the Minor events. Full scores ( courtesy Joy Burniston - note: disregard the Bunratty heading): Senior Major Minor Colm Daly advises that he has set up a new website Postscript: URL now working and well worth the visit. Includes some autobiographical details of the Irish champion 1998/99 as well as the writer's views on the current Irish chess scene (disenchanted) and a compendium of his best games (many with annotations though not, from what I can see, as extensively annotated as his game notes in the past for the Irish Chess Journal). Lots of chess action this coming weekend ... unfortunately, fixture clashes will mean that very few Leinster-based players will be able to make the trip to the big tournament in Belfast (see below) as the final round play-offs in the LCU leagues take place in ALSAA (Dublin Airport) over the weekend. In Division One, the Armstrong Cup could conceivably go to any of five sides in the closest championship for many seasons. Bray and Crumlin, between them champions for the last four seasons, are joined by Rathfarnham, Phibsboro A and St Benildus in the shake-up.

104. The Lied And Art Song Texts Page
Extensive list of individual vocal works and cycles with English lyrics from the Lied and Art Song Texts Page at REC Music.
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in previous months FAQ Wishlists View the Guestbook Sign the Guestbook Indexes to the Texts by Composer by Poet by First Line by Title by Language by Song Cycle Utilities Search Random Song Cycle Random Art Song Text Other Information Partial Bibliography Credits Website designer and maintainer: Emily Ezust
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105. Irish Genealogy Search: Research Family History At
maps, or find out how to start. Web design © 20002003, Original database design and content © 1995-2003 john Grenham.
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Enter your surname and see what we can tell you - where families of the name lived in Ireland in the 1850s, how many births there were in the 1890s, brief and extended histories of the name and much more.

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106. John Mullen's Pictures
A collection of photos taken mainly in Scotland, ireland, Africa, and mainland Europe. Also, some poems and stories.
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107. And The Irish Times, Ireland's Online Newspaper
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Fear of damage to the Coalition parties in the elections was the main reason that Ministers decided to postpone the plan to break up Aer Rianta at their meeting on Tuesday, it has emerged.
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108. John Ireland School
john ireland School is a Catholic school that exists to provide a quality education according to the principles of the Catholic faith for the preschool and
John Ireland School
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John Ireland is a school dedicated to educating its students with an understanding of doing Christ's work in the world. Information about the non-curricular events, including athletics, academic activities, calendar, and schedules. Visit this link for information specific to individual campuses, including information about school hours and lunch information. Students, here you'll find links to student pages, including lunches, resource pages, uniform requirements and much more. Whether your family is new to or an established part of the JIS community, you will find pertinent information here. The links here are especially for educators. Here they find valuable resources to enhance students' learning. Faith Community Campuses Students ... Educators

109. The Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland
(1951 ), Dublin, ireland. Picture, biography, and works, from the Contemporary Music Centre, ireland.

110. Klassika: John Ireland
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111. St. John's - Church Of Ireland Parish Of Killyleagh - Welcome Page
Includes worship times, articles by parishoners, history and events.
St. John's Parish of Killyleagh What's Here Worship From The Pews Reaching Out ... Welcome to the web site of the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Killyleagh, Northern Ireland ! Situated on the beautiful shores of Strangford Lough, Killyleagh is a picturesque town located approximately 20 miles south of Belfast and 5 miles north of the historical cathedral town of Downpatrick - with its close associations with St. Patrick. Killyleagh was settled by John de Courcey in the 12th Century with fortifications on what is now the site of Killyleagh Castle. This fine turretted Castle, redesigned in 1850 by Charles Lanyon, is still privately owned and is a focal point in the town. Our family church welcomes all who want to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ. We've built this site so that -
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112. John Ireland (IV)
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    113. The Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland
    (1964 ), Dublin, ireland. Picture, biography, and selected works, from the Contemporary Music Centre, ireland.

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    115. Frame1
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    116. Henry II, King John, And Anglo-Norman Ireland
    When john did go to ireland, he and his foolish young friends offended the Irish nobles who came to meet them by laughing at their long beards.
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    Henry II, King John, and Anglo-Norman Ireland
    by Tamara Mazzei In 1014 the Irish royal army, led by Murchad, son of Brian, the last truly powerful high-king, defeated the Vikings at Clontarf. However, during the course of the battle, both Murchad and Brian were killed, ending a brief period of political unity in Ireland. By the middle of the 12th Century, Ireland was fraught with violence and turmoil. During this time, the king of Leinster, Diarmait Mac Murchada was driven from his kingdom and sought aid from Henry II of England. In 1177 Henry, hoping to restore a strong rule, gave his youngest son, John (Lackland), the lordship of Ireland. John was only nine years old at the time, and it was another eight years before he would go to Ireland to obtain the homage of both the remaining Irish kings and the bickering Norman vassals. When John did go to Ireland, he and his foolish young friends offended the Irish nobles who came to meet them by laughing at their long beards. After this, the Irish chieftains formed a defensive league against him. He also, ignoring the counsel of the Normans who had been long settled in Ireland, gave away the lands of faithful Irishmen to his own followers. After hearing stories of his exploits, he was recalled to England by his father after only eight months.

    117. St John's Church, Newtownards
    Parish located in Newtownards, ireland. Contains schedule of services, contact information and a brief history of the parish.
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    St John's Church, Newtownards
    The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite).
    • Is a Reformed, Liturgical, and Episcopal Church.
    • We believe that Holy Scripture teaches all things necessary for Salvation.
    • We worship according to the 1926 Irish Book of Common Prayer.
    1st Sunday of the month, Holy Communion
    All other Sundays, Morning Prayer.
    St John's Church is located on the Old Belfast Road, west of Newtownards, adjacent to the Kiltonga Leisure Centre.
    St John's was founded in 1991 as a traditional Anglican Congregation. We use the historic Irish Book of Common Prayer first published in 1559 and revised in 1662, 1877 and 1926. We worship in the small stone church in front of Kiltonga Leisure Centre. The church was originally built as a Quaker Meeting House in the mid-eighteenth century. After standing roofless for many years Ards District Council repaired it. Since its restoration St John's Parish has been its most frequent user.
    The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite) was founded in 1991 following the Church of Ireland's decision to ordain women priests and bishops in defiance of the Biblical evidence, and the continuous practice of the Church since Apostolic times. The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite) is one of thirteen member Churches in the Traditional Anglican Communion, and has parishes both in Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.

    118. John Harty And Associates, Jobs In Ireland, Irish Jobs, Executive Search, Execut
    Established in 1985 we are ireland’s leading Management Recruitment and Executive Search Organisation. TRANSEARCH ireland. Dublin
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    119. The Lied And Art Song Texts Page
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    120. Ireland's Son Of Altman: John Crowley Takes No Shortcuts With "Intermission"
    ireland s Son of Altman john Crowley Takes No Shortcuts with Intermission . by Brandon Judell. Cillian Murphy in a scene from john

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    Ireland's Son of Altman: John Crowley Takes No Shortcuts with "Intermission" by Brandon Judell
    Cillian Murphy in a scene from John Crowley's "Intermission." Image courtesy of IFC Films. John Crowley 's "Intermission" is a hyperkinetic ride through Dublin's underside. Just imagine Robert Altman directing on speed. The dozens of characters in Mark O'Rowe 's cleverly antic screenplay fall in love and hate, cause bus accidents, commit robberies, make fun of a young woman's moustache, commit adultery, punch each other out time and again, and drink each other under the table. Starring top thespians such as Cillian Murphy Colin Farrell Colm Meaney Shirley Henderson , and Kelly Macdonald , there is not a weak moment on screen. Well, possibly the closing moments are a bit too sweet, but the viscous, highly startling opening more than makes up for it.

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