5 edition of The Downshire estates in Ireland, 1801-1845 found in the catalog.
The Downshire estates in Ireland, 1801-1845
W. A. Maguire
by Clarendon Press in Oxford
Bibliography: p. 265-270.
|Statement||by W. A. Maguire.|
|LC Classifications||HD1930.I6 M34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 284 p.|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||73153657|
The Downshire Estates of Ireland ; The management of Irish landed estates in the early nineteenth century. (London: Oxford University Press, ), p. . Oifig Dhún Pádraig, Downpatrick Office, Downshire Civic Centre, Downshire Estate, Ardglass Road, Downpatrick BT30 6GQ (b) particulars of - (i) any person from whom it is alleged that the auditor should certify under Articles 20 of the Local Government (Northern Ireland) Order that a sum or amount of loss or deficiency is due, and.
The Downshire Estates in Ireland – The Management of Irish Landed Estates in the Early Nineteenth Century. By W. A. Maguire. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. The Downshire Estates in Ireland, by W. A. MAGUIRE; Letters of a Great Irish Landlord: a Selection from the Estate Correspondence of the Third Marquess of Downshire, by W. A. MAGUIRE (pp. ).
Edenderry , popular politics and Downshire rule - buy this book at Offaly History or drop by our store in Bury Quay, Tullamore. Arthur Wills Percy Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, 7th Marquess of Downshire (7 April – 28 March ) was an Irish peer. He lived chiefly at the family seat, Easthampstead Park within 5, acres in Berkshire, until the estate was sold to Berkshire County Council after the Second World War. Up to the s he was the last Marquess to have connection with the family mansion with its.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : W A Maguire. Get this from a library. The Downshire estates in Ireland, the management of Irish landed estate in the early nineteen century. [W A Maguire]. Search our Books Browse Authors. Arthur Robin Ian Hill, 8th Marquess of Downshire (10 May – 18 December ), known as Robin Hill, was an Irish peer and the Hereditary Constable of Hillsborough was the only son of Lord Arthur Francis Hill and Ishabel Wilhelmina Sheila MacDougall.
He successfully re-established his Ulster-based landowning family in North 1801-1845 book following the Irish Land Acts and the creation. The 1801-1845 book Estate papers. These contain of the order of 90, documents and are in the Public Record Office for Northern Ireland, Titanic Quarter, Belfast.
'The Downshire Estates in Ireland, ‑', W. Maguire 'Letters of a great Irish Landlord - a selection of from the estate correspondence of the third Marquis of Downshire, Edenderry Co Offaly and the Downshire Estate.
In the history of the rising in Ireland Offaly is regarded as the forgotten county. It was not the scene of major military activity, but that does not mean that it was unaffected by the disturbances that afflicted the Irish midlands in that year.
His Ph.D. thesis formed the basis for his highly acclaimed first book, The Downshire Estates in Ireland, – published by the Clarendon Press, Oxford. The Donegall estates were the subject of his next book, Living like a Lord, which was published ina second edition following in He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
His Ph.D. thesis formed the basis for his highly acclaimed first book, The Downshire Estates in Ireland, published by the Clarendon Press, Oxford. The Donegall estates were the subject of his next book, Living like a Lord, which was published ina second edition following in Reviews: 2.
Bellew l, estate wages book,NLI Ms Bellew and Maps NL 21F Public Records Office Northern Ireland D Downshire 17thth C Deeds, Wills, Miscellaneous Public Records Office Northern Ireland D/D Leases Public Records Office Northern Ireland. Wills Hill, created the 1st Marquess of Downshire inwas a prominent member of Lord North's cabinet at the time of the American War, and collected land and peerages with aplomb.
For example, the Downshire Estate was administered from acre estate near Downpatrick, county Down. These records include the Downshire estate records acres at Edenderry, Queens (Leix) county acres at Blessington, county Wicklow.
Similarly other Ulster estates included estates in the other provinces. Great estate owners like Bath, Devonshire or Downshire would, however, undertake a complete survey of their estate and subsequently try to lease out most of their property in one letting.
The more common practice, however, was to have individual farm surveys or portions of estates mapped. The Latter Day Saints Library may hold some estate records on film or copies of books written about landlords.
This page lists the the names of the landlords, (bold) and some records existing for their estates – the manuscript or film numbers all refer to material held in Ireland. Estate ownership and management in nineteenth-and early twentieth-century Ireland TerenceA.M.
Dooley I. PRE-FAMINE IRELAND Throughout the nineteenth century in Ireland, landownership was the preserve of a privileged minority. Inthere were an estimated 8, to 10, landed proprietors in a population of around million people.
The Downshire link with the northern estates was maintained for a while longer. Lord Arthur Hill, MP for County Down for nearly thirty years, stayed regularly at Hillsborough Castle in the last quarter of the nineteenth century, and his nephew, the sixth marquis, when visiting the north stayed at.
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The heir, the 3rd Marquess of Downshire, would not become of age for another 8 years. The management of the Downshire estate and work to restore of the family fortune is carefully presented in the book, “The Downshire Estates in Ireland, the management of Irish landed estates in the early nineteenth century,” by W.A.
Maguire. Berry, Russell L., "The Downshire Estates in Ireland â€“ The Management of Irish Landed Estates in the Early Nineteenth Century.
By W. Maguire. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. This part of the book begins with Ireland because the Drapers’ Company papers contain a unique digest of petitions received in that assigns requests to categories transferable elsewhere. Most classifications are ‘artificial’, on the one hand made by archivists when arranging papers chronologically or by subject or location, on the.
Maguire, W. A., (Ed) - 'Letters of a great Irish Landlord, a slection of from the estate correspondence of the third Marquis of Downshire, ', Published by PRONI, Belfast Maguire - The Downshire estates in Ireland RAI shelf mark - RR/59/E/The Downshire estates were one of the greatest landlord properties in Ireland.
They were mainly centred in west Down, but there were important properties in Wicklow, Kildare, and King's County as well. These estates were managed from Hillsborough, Co. Down. Although it is .Northern Ireland. In Januarythe Department. The Downshire estates in Ireland, the management of Irish landed estates in the early nineteenth century, W.
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