Sectarian Violence: The Liverpool Experience, 1819-1914 : an Aspect of Anglo-Irish History

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Manchester University Press, 1988 - History - 272 pages
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Contents

The Irishbom population of selected streets in the North End 1851
15
The geographical distribution of Orange lodges in Lancashire November
28
No Popery politics 180044
37
Election majorities in each of the sixteen wards 183541
41
The Irish famine
80
The number of Irish poor arriving in Liverpool 184953
82
Weekly instances of Irish outdoor relief during January 1847
88
Immigration and antiIrish feeling
105
Church attendance in Liverpool on a Sunday in 1853
127
Heightened religious tension 1852
151
The number of lodges in the Orange Association and Institution
169
George Wise John Kensit and the antiRitualist campaign
196
Communal strife 190409
224
Postscript
250
Members of the town council of the borough of Liverpool 184243
256
Council of the Liverpool Constitutional Association 1852
263

Resurgence of No Popery politics
125

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Professor of Economic and Social History and Associate Director of the European Studies Research Institute of the University of Salford.

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