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The Religious Condition of Ireland 1770-1850$

Nigel Yates

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780199242382

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2006

DOI: 10.1093/0199242380.001.0001

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(p.xvii) List of Illustrations

(p.xvii) List of Illustrations

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The Religious Condition of Ireland 1770-1850
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Oxford University Press

(p.xvii) List of Illustrations

  • 1. Charles Agar, Church of Ireland archbishop of Cashel and Emly 1778–1801 and Dublin 1801–9. 74

  • 2. Daniel Murray, Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin 1823–52. 111

  • 3. Henry Cooke (1788–1868), minister of the May Street Presbyterian church in Belfast from 1829. 128

  • 4. Interior of the Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle from the Illustrated London News 1849. 233

  • 5. The choir of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 1819. 242

  • 6. Design for the exterior of the Roman Catholic pro‐cathedral, Dublin, 1815. 245

  • 7. Design for the interior of the Roman Catholic pro‐cathedral, Dublin, 1815. 245

  • 8. St John Baptist's Roman Catholic church, Drumcree, refitted in 1831. 358

  • 9. Christ Church, Kilmore, refitted in c.1840. 359

  • 10. Omagh Old Meeting House as re‐erected at Ulster Folk and Transport Museum in 2004. 360

  • 11. Plan of St Michael's church, Collon, as originally designed and built in 1811–16. 365

  • 12. St Michael's church, Collon, following modification of the interior in 1893–4. 366