A Popular History of Ireland, Book 12

Thomas D'Arcy MCGEE (1825 - 1868)

Thomas D'Arcy McGee was an Irish refugee and a father of the Canadian confederation. His work on Irish history is comprehensive, encompassing twelve books; Book 10 subtitled “From the Union of Great Britain and Ireland to the Emancipation of the Catholics”, addresses the period of the creation of the United Kingdom to the granting of religious freedom in Ireland. (Summary by Sibella Denton)

Genre(s): Early Modern

Language: English

Group: McGee- Popular History of Ireland - books 1-12

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - After the Union Sibella Denton
00:15:20
Play 02 02 - Administration of Lord Hardwick and of the Duke of Bedford Sibella Denton
00:13:30
Play 03 03 - Administration of the Duke of Richmond, pt 1 Sibella Denton
00:12:13
Play 04 04 - Administration of the Duke of Richmond, pt 2 Sibella Denton
00:11:13
Play 05 05 - O'Connell's Leadership Sibella Denton
00:17:41
Play 06 06 - Retrospect of the State of Religion and Learning during the Reign of George III Sibella Denton
00:12:43
Play 07 07 - The Irish Abroad, during the Reign of George III Sibella Denton
00:08:55
Play 08 08 - O'Connell's Leadership - The Catholic Association Sibella Denton
00:15:24
Play 09 09 - O'Connell's Leadership - The Emancipation of the Catholics, pt 1 Sibella Denton
00:12:24
Play 10 10 - O'Connell's Leadership - The Emancipation of the Catholics, pt 2 Sibella Denton
00:13:31