1 edition of Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity found in the catalog.
Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity
|Statement||edited, with notes, by Robert M. Young.|
|Contributions||Young, Robert M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 287p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
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Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity; a selection from the mss. collected by William Pinkerton, F.S.A., for his intended history of Belfast, additional documents, letters, and ballads, O'Mellan's narrative of the wars ofbiography of Mary Ann M'Cracken, now first printed.
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Collected by William Pinkerton, F.S.A., for His Intended History of Belfast, Additional Documents, Letters, and Ballads, O'Mellan's Narrative of the Wars ofBiography o by Robert Magill Young,4/5(1). Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity book notices of old Belfast and its vicinity; a selection from the mss.
collected by William Pinkerton, F.S.A., for his intended history of Belfast, additional documents, letters, and ballads, O'Mellan's narrative of the wars ofbiography of Mary Ann M'Cracken, now first printed. Full text of "Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity; a selection from the mss.
collected by William Pinkerton, F.S.A., for his intended history of Belfast, additional documents, letters, and ballads, O'Mellan's narrative of the wars ofbiography of Mary Ann M'Cracken, now first printed." See other formats.
Historical Notices of Old Belfast and it's Vicinity with Maps and Illustrations. Edited by Robert M Young. Belfast In slipcase, No. of copies signed by the author. ‘Belfast Through Time’ is Aidan Campbell’s latest local history book. This book is available from major booksellers.
It follows on from the publication of 11 local histories covering areas of East Belfast and 1 on South Belfast. On this occasion the theme is Greater Belfast.
The book takes the form of a number of views. New booklet to bring history of Belfast streets to life Just a few of the historical nuggets included in the book are the reason Castle Street is so called.
“ The Hammer ” district, an old Shankill area at Agnes Street, now redeveloped. The district got its name from "The Sledge Hammer Park, home for a local football team. “ The Nick ”, Belfast, an old Shankill area named through a local street, Nixon Street, redeveloped mid ’ s.
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Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity, a selection from the mss. collected by William Pinkerton, F.S.A., for his intended history of Belfast, Felix Simms, grandson of Robert Simms, who was one of the leading Volunteers at this celebration, has the originals (Antrim, United Kingdom - ).
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Excerpt. To the researches of Pinkerton and Benn years ago, we are indebted for a good deal of our knowledge of the early history of the town; and, in the present generation, Mr.
Young, Mr. J Bigger and others have laboured in the same field, Mr. Young's Old Town Book and Historical Notices of Old Belfast and its Vicinity being most valuable contributions. The value of historical Irish newspapers.
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