Ireland and Scotland in the nineteenth century
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
'In no degree inferior' : Scotland and 'tourist development' in late-Victorian Ireland / Kevin James -- Societies and seminaries : technological exchange in Ulster agriculture / Clare M. Norcio -- Irish migrants and the recruitment of Catholic sisters in Glasgow, 1847-1878 / S. Karly Lehoe -- Irish Presbyterian commemorations of their Scottish past, c.1830-1914 / Andrew R. Holmes -- 'Third character' : the articulation of Scottish identities in two Irish writers / Frank Ferguson -- From Scotland's storied land : William McComb and Scots-Irish Presbyterian identity / Patrick Maume -- Thomas Chalmers and Irish poverty / Peter Gray -- Urban local state in Scotland and Ireland to 1900 : parallels and contrasts / Matthew Potter -- Tuberculosis cures used in Ireland, 1700-1950 / Susan Kelly -- St. Patrick's day in Dundee, c.1850-1900 : a contested Irish institution in a Scottish context / Richard B. McCready -- 'All Irishmen of good character' : the Hibernian Society of Glasgow, 1792-1824 / Amy O'Reilly / Michael Collins and Scotland / Máirtín Ó Catháin.