Fergus D’Arcy – Historian

Publications

BOOKS:

 

Remembering War Dead bookcover

Remembering the War Dead: British Commonwealth and International War Graves in Ireland Since 1914, Dublin, 2007, PP.Viii, 457  ISBN 0-7557-7589-9
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Horse Lords Racing Men bookcover

Horses, Lords and Racing Men: the Turf Club, 1790-1990, Kildare, 1991, pp. xiii, 408, ISBN 0905135 01 6

 

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Workers in Union: documents and commentaries on the history of lrish labour, (with Ken Hannigan), Dublin, 1988, pp.  xi, 260 ISBN 0951399500

The Leopardstown Story, 1888-1988, (with Con Power), Dublin, 1988, pp.78. ISBN 0 951 3589 0 1

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

‘Charles Bradlaugh and the Irish Question: a study in the nature and limits of British Radicalism, in A.Cosgrove and D. McCartney, eds., Essays in Irísh History in Honour of R. D. Edwards, Dublin 1979, pp. 228-256.

‘Daniel O’Connell and the English Radicals, 1790-1847’, in D. McCartney, ed„ The World of Daniel O’Connell, Cork 1980, pp.54-71.

‘Marx, Engels and the Irish Question’, in K. B. Nowlan, ed, The Materialist Messiah, Dublin and Cork 1984,pp.23-31.

‘Dublin: an age of distress and reform, 1800-1860’, in A. Cosgrove, ed., Dublin through the Ages, Dublin l988, pp.93-112.

‘The Irish trade union movement in the nineteenth century’. in D. Nevin, ed., Trade Union Century, Dublin 1994, pp. 9-18.

‘Religion, radicalism and rebellion in nineteenth century Ireland: the case of Thaddeus O’Malley’, in J. Devlin and R. Fanning, eds., Religion and Rebellion, Dublin 1997, pp.97-105.

‘Larkín and the Dublin Lock-out, in D. Nevin, ed„ Lion of the Fold, Dublin 1998, pp.38-46.

‘Thaddeus O’Malley. 1797-1877: federalist, social radical and anti-sectarian’, in G. Moran, ed., Radical Irish Priests, 1660-1990, Dublin 1998, pp.91-110.

ARTICLES:

‘The artisans of Dublin and Daniel O’Connell, 1830-1847’ Irish Historical Studies, xvii, 66, Sept 1970, pp.221-243.

‘The trade unions of Dublin and the attempted revival of the guilds’, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of lreland, Vol. 101, 2, 1971, pp. 113-127.

‘The murder of Thomas Hanlon: a nineteenth century Dublin labour conspiracy’, Dublin Historical Record, xxiv, 4, 1971, pp.89-100.

‘The Malthusian League and the resistance to birth-control propaganda in late Victorian Britain’, Population Studies, xxxi, 2, 1977, pp.429-448.

‘Joseph Gurney, Northampton Radical, in J. Bellamy & J. Saville. eds„ The Dictionary of Labour Biography, Vol. 5, London 1979.

‘The Irísh in nineteenth century Britain: reflections on nion role and experience’, in Irish History Workshop Journal, Vol. 1, 1981, pp.3-12.

‘Charles Bradlaugh, atheist and radical’, in J. Bellamy & J. Saville. eds., The Dictionary of Labour Biography, Vol. 6, London 1984.

‘The London Irish and the Irish in Britain’, in Saothar: The Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 7, 1982, pp.58-63.

‘The English Republican Movement, 1868-1878’, in The Historical Journal, xxv, 2, 1982, pp.367-383.

‘The National Trades’ Political Union, 1830-1848’, Éire-Ireland, xvii, 3, Fall 1982, pp7-16.

‘The Rise and Fall of Donnybrook Fair: social control and moral reform in nineteenth century Dublin’, Saothar: The Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 13, 1988, pp.7-21.

‘Wages of labourers in the Dublin niong industry, 1667-1918’, Saothar: The Journal of the Irísh Labour History Society, Vol. 14, 1989, pp. 17-32.

‘Wages of skilled workers in the Dublin building Industry,1667-1918’, Saothar: The Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 15, 1990, pp.21-37.

‘Unemployment Demonstrations in Dublin,1879-1882’, Saothar:The Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 17, 1992, pp.15-25.

‘A horse called Flyar: a problem in Irish art history’, Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, Vol. XVIII, 1992-93, pp.92-95.

‘The Ranger of the Curragh of Kildare: the case of a curious office, 1687-1961’, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of lreland, Vol. 122, 1992, pp.5-11.

‘The Kingstown Races’, Dublin Historical Record, Vol. XLV. No. 1, Spring 1992, pp.55-64.

‘St Patrick’s other island: the Irish invasion of Britain’, Éire-Ireland, XXVIII, 2, Summer 1993, pp.7-17.

‘Irish Trade Unions before Congress’, History Ireland, Vol. 2, No. 2, Summer 1994, pp.25-30.

‘Labour, nationality and religion in nineteenth century Ireland: the case of Thaddeus O’Malley’, The Old Limerick Journal, 31, Winter 1994, pp.11-14.

‘The Dublin Police Strike of 1882’, Saothar: The Journal o the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 23, 1998, pp.33-46.

‘Larkin and the Dublin Lock-out, in D. Nevin, ed, .James Larkin, Lion of the Fold, Dublin 1998, pp.38-46.

‘Larkin and the historians’, in D. Nevin, ed., .James Larkin, Lion of the Fold, Dublin 1998, pp.371-378.

 
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