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Making Ireland English : the Irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century, Jane Ohlmeyer

Label
Making Ireland English : the Irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century
Title
Making Ireland English
Title remainder
the Irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century
Statement of responsibility
Jane Ohlmeyer
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
E7B
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ohlmeyer, Jane H
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English
  • Nobility
  • Social change
  • Ireland
  • Ireland
  • HISTORY
  • HISTORY
  • English
  • Nobility
  • Politics and government
  • Social change
  • Social conditions
  • Ireland
  • Aristokratie
  • Sozialer Wandel
  • Irland
  • Aristokratie
  • Irland
  • England
Label
Making Ireland English : the Irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century, Jane Ohlmeyer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1: Introduction -- Definitions -- Making Ireland English -- Structure -- The archives -- Historiography -- Part I: The reconstitution of Ireland's aristocracy, 1590s-1670s -- Chapter 2: The transforamtion of the peerage -- Peerage in 1603 -- Inflation of honours -- Resident peerage in 1628 -- Resident peerage in 1641 -- Mid-century elevations -- Mid-century creations -- Resident Peerage in 1670 and 1685 -- Securing the succession -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: The transformation of noble culture -- Nobles in Irish society -- Honour -- Contesting and defending honour -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Landed nobility -- Titled landholders in 1641 and c. 1670 -- Titled landholding in Country Dublin -- Tenure -- Plantations -- The Munster plantation -- The first Earl of Cork -- The Roches and MacCarthys -- The Butlers -- The Ulster plantation -- The Earls of Antrim -- The informal plantations -- The formal plantations -- Other early Stuart -- Settlements -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Religion -- Catholicism and kingship -- the Catholic Church -- Lay patronage of the Catholic Church -- Clerical connections -- Presbyterianism and the peers -- The Church of Ireland and the peers -- Personal piety -- Wardships and conversions -- Sincerity of conversions -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Marriage -- Women in Stuart society -- Courtship -- Frequency of marriage -- Age at marriage -- Geographic origin of brides -- Mixed marriages -- Social status of brides -- The economic importance of marriage -- Relationships -- Conclusion -- Part II: The peerage in politics -- Chapter 7: Power, politics and public office -- The Stuart court -- The exercise of national and local power -- Law and order -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Early Stuart parliaments -- The 1613-15 Parliament -- The Graces -- The 1634-5 Parliament -- The 1640-1 Parliament -- The opposition peers -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9: Civil war -- A military caste -- War in Scotland and rebellion in Ireland -- The impact of the 1641 rebellion -- The Baronial context of the civil wars -- War and politics -- Confederate Catholics -- Baronial leadership -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10: Survival -- Exile -- Reprisals -- Catholic survival -- Transplantation -- The case of Antrim -- Protestant survivors -- Architects of restoration -- Conclusion -- Chapter 11: The restoration land settlement -- A revolution in titled landholding? -- The winners -- The survivors -- The losers -- Conclusion -- Chapter 12: Political life -- The Irish Parliament, 1661-6 -- The politics behind the land settlement -- Restoration Dublin -- Later Stuart politics -- The army -- James II -- Conclusion
  • Part III: The sinews of power -- Chapter 13: Income -- Levels of wealth -- Landed entrepreneurs and improving landlords -- Urbanization and commercialization -- Overseas expansionism -- Conclusion -- Chapter 15: Lineage and formation -- Kinship and Clientage networks -- Children -- Schooling and Education -- Grand tours and the exercise of arms -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16: Death and memory -- Preparing for death -- Cause of death -- Funerals -- Memorialization and posterity -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17: Conclusion -- Notes -- Appendix I: Lands held by resident titled nobles in 1641, ranked according to size -- Appendix II: Office holding and political activity of resident peers, c. 1600-c.1690 -- Appendix III: Military and political activity of resident peers during the 1640s. -- Appendix IV: Peers recorded in the 1660 poll tax (the so-called '1659 census') -- Appendix V: Attendance and activity in the House of Lords, 1661-6 -- Appendix VI: The land settlement and the process of restoration
Control code
ocn802046989
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 668 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780300177503
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 368122
  • 22573/ctt5q5x37
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)802046989
Label
Making Ireland English : the Irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century, Jane Ohlmeyer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1: Introduction -- Definitions -- Making Ireland English -- Structure -- The archives -- Historiography -- Part I: The reconstitution of Ireland's aristocracy, 1590s-1670s -- Chapter 2: The transforamtion of the peerage -- Peerage in 1603 -- Inflation of honours -- Resident peerage in 1628 -- Resident peerage in 1641 -- Mid-century elevations -- Mid-century creations -- Resident Peerage in 1670 and 1685 -- Securing the succession -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: The transformation of noble culture -- Nobles in Irish society -- Honour -- Contesting and defending honour -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Landed nobility -- Titled landholders in 1641 and c. 1670 -- Titled landholding in Country Dublin -- Tenure -- Plantations -- The Munster plantation -- The first Earl of Cork -- The Roches and MacCarthys -- The Butlers -- The Ulster plantation -- The Earls of Antrim -- The informal plantations -- The formal plantations -- Other early Stuart -- Settlements -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Religion -- Catholicism and kingship -- the Catholic Church -- Lay patronage of the Catholic Church -- Clerical connections -- Presbyterianism and the peers -- The Church of Ireland and the peers -- Personal piety -- Wardships and conversions -- Sincerity of conversions -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Marriage -- Women in Stuart society -- Courtship -- Frequency of marriage -- Age at marriage -- Geographic origin of brides -- Mixed marriages -- Social status of brides -- The economic importance of marriage -- Relationships -- Conclusion -- Part II: The peerage in politics -- Chapter 7: Power, politics and public office -- The Stuart court -- The exercise of national and local power -- Law and order -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Early Stuart parliaments -- The 1613-15 Parliament -- The Graces -- The 1634-5 Parliament -- The 1640-1 Parliament -- The opposition peers -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9: Civil war -- A military caste -- War in Scotland and rebellion in Ireland -- The impact of the 1641 rebellion -- The Baronial context of the civil wars -- War and politics -- Confederate Catholics -- Baronial leadership -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10: Survival -- Exile -- Reprisals -- Catholic survival -- Transplantation -- The case of Antrim -- Protestant survivors -- Architects of restoration -- Conclusion -- Chapter 11: The restoration land settlement -- A revolution in titled landholding? -- The winners -- The survivors -- The losers -- Conclusion -- Chapter 12: Political life -- The Irish Parliament, 1661-6 -- The politics behind the land settlement -- Restoration Dublin -- Later Stuart politics -- The army -- James II -- Conclusion
  • Part III: The sinews of power -- Chapter 13: Income -- Levels of wealth -- Landed entrepreneurs and improving landlords -- Urbanization and commercialization -- Overseas expansionism -- Conclusion -- Chapter 15: Lineage and formation -- Kinship and Clientage networks -- Children -- Schooling and Education -- Grand tours and the exercise of arms -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16: Death and memory -- Preparing for death -- Cause of death -- Funerals -- Memorialization and posterity -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17: Conclusion -- Notes -- Appendix I: Lands held by resident titled nobles in 1641, ranked according to size -- Appendix II: Office holding and political activity of resident peers, c. 1600-c.1690 -- Appendix III: Military and political activity of resident peers during the 1640s. -- Appendix IV: Peers recorded in the 1660 poll tax (the so-called '1659 census') -- Appendix V: Attendance and activity in the House of Lords, 1661-6 -- Appendix VI: The land settlement and the process of restoration
Control code
ocn802046989
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 668 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780300177503
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 368122
  • 22573/ctt5q5x37
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)802046989

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