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Chase. Malcolm, Chartism. A new history.                  (Manchester, 2007).

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Devine. Francis, Fintan Lane and Naimh Puirseil. (eds). 
                           Essays in Irish Labour History. A Festschrift for Elizabeth
                           and John W. Boyle.                                    (Dublin. 2008).

Geary. Laurence, (ed). Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland, 
                                                                                              (Dublin, 2001).

Huggins. Michael, Social Conflict in Pre-Famine Ireland; The Case of 
                              County Roscommon.                              (Dublin, 2007).

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Kennedy. Liam and Philip Ollerenshaw, An Economic History of Ulster, 
                                                                1820-1940.    (Manchester, 1985).

Lane. Fintan and Donal O’Drisceoil, (eds). 
              Politics and the Irish Working Class, 1830-1947.(Dublin, 2005).

Lyons. F.S.L, and Hawkins. R.A.J,(eds).  Ireland under the Union: 
                                          Varieties of Tension.                  (Oxford, 1980).

O’Connor. Emmet, A Labour History of Ireland,                (Dublin, 1992). 

Stedman Jones. Gareth, Languages of Class. Studies in English Working 
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Thompson. E.P,  Customs in Common,                              (London, 1993).

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                    : “The National Trades Political Union and Daniel 
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Hill. Jacqueline R, “Artisans, Sectarianism and Politics in Dublin, 
                                1829-48”, in, Saothar, 7. 

                        : “The Protestant response to repeal: the case of the 
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Huggins. Michael, “Mere matters of arrangement and detail’: John 
                                Mitchel and Irish Chartism’, in, Ireland under the 
                                Union: varieties of Tension. FSL. Lyons and RAJ. 
                                Hawkins, (eds).                                    (Oxford, 1980).

Kinealy. Christine, “Brethren in Bondage”, in, Politics and the Irish 
                                 Working Class 1830-1945, Fintan Lane and Donal 
                                 O’Drisceoil. (eds).                               (Dublin, 2005).

Kennedy. Liam, “The Rural Economy, 1820-1914”, in, An Economic 
                            History of Ulster, 1820-1940, Liam Kennedy and Philip 
                            Ollerenshaw,(eds),                            (Manchester, 1985).

Mahoney. Robert, “New Light Ulster Presbyterianism and the nationalist 
                                rhetoric of John Mitchel”, in, Rebellion and 
                                Remembrance in Modern Ireland, Laurence Geary. 
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Miller. Kerby, “Belfast’s First Bomb”, in, Eire-Ireland, 39.            (2004).

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                               : “The Irish Influence in the Chartist Movement”, in,
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Owens. Gary, “Popular Mobilisations and the rising of 1848: The clubs 
                        of the Irish Confederation”, in, Rebellion and 
                       Remembrance in Modern Ireland, Laurence Geary. (ed). 
                                                                                         (Dublin, 2001).

Epstein. J.A, “Feargus O’Connor and the Northern Star”, in, 
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Koseki. Takashi, “John Donnellan Balfe and 1848: a note on a 
                            Confederate Informer”, Saothar, 23.                    (1998).

                         : “Patrick O’Higgins and Irish Chartism, 1838-1858”, in, 
                             Comparative aspects of Irish and Japanese economic 
                             and social history,                   (Hosei University, 1993).

Patterson. Henry, “Industrial Labour and the Labour Movement, 
                              1820-1914”, in, Liam Kennedy and Philip 
                             Ollerenshaw, (eds), An Economic History of Ulster, 
                             1820-1940.                                       (Manchester, 1985).

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Primary Sources.


Belfast Newsletter.

Belfast Vindicator. 

Freeman’s Journal.

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Newry Telegraph.

The Irish Felon.

The Nation.

The Northern Star.

The Northern Whig.

The Ulster Times.

The United Irishman. 

The Weekly Vindicator.

Archive Material.

National Archive of Ireland; Outrage Papers, County Down. 1842. 
8/245 - 8/5773.

PRONI; Downshire Papers, D/671/C/1 - 8/671/C/360.


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