Abject Loyalty: Nationalism and Monarchy in Ireland During the Reign of Queen Victoria
The monarchy began to face increasing opposition in Ireland both because nationalist politicians feared its influence might reconcile Irish people to the Union with Britain and because enthusiasm for monarchy in Ireland was used to feed a British discourse which saw Ireland as a country that could be appeased by concessions short of home rule and which did not take nationalist demands seriously."--BOOK JACKET.
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Nineteenth-century Ireland: the search for stability
David George Boyce
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