Modern Ireland: Its Vital Questions, Secret Societies, and Government

By 'An Ulsterman'

1868

Preface

Social War in Ireland

Irish Republicanism

The Vitality of Fenianism

The Suppressed Informations

How to deal with Fenianism

The Effect of the Fenian Executions

Celtic Land-Tenure

Development of Landlordism

Catholic Emancipation and the Land

The Ulster Custom

Ulster and its Danger

The Secret of Emigration

Decrease of Population

Agricultural Statistics

Early Phases of Irish University Education

The Battle of the Irish Colleges

The Monopolists of the University of Dublin

Irish Priests and Universities

The Supplemental Charter

Medical Education in Ireland

The Royal College of Science for Ireland

The Establishment and the Irish Protestants

The Isolation of the Church Establishment

The Orange Society

The Government of Endowed Orangeism

Irish America

The Irish-American Press

The Irish Press

The Translation of the Ancient Irish Laws

The Publication of the Ancient Irish Laws—the Delay

Irish Tranquillity and British Capital

Anomalies of Government in Ireland

The Police Rule in Ireland and England

Political Prisoners and the Irish Convict System

Pre-Historic Politicians on Ireland

The Immediate Issue in Ireland

Appendix. I.—Land-Tenures

Appendix II.—Officialism and the Irish Convict System

Appendix III.—Pre-Historic Politicians and Irish Feuds


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