Gaelic Irish

Some articles on irish, gaelic irish:

Angloirish - Anglo-Irish Peers
... See also Irish House of Lords and Peerage of Ireland Following the English victory in the Nine Years' War (1594–1603), the "Flight of the Earls" in 1607, the traditional ... Some of these were Irish families who had chosen to conform to the established Church of Ireland, keeping their lands and privileges, such as the Dukes of Leinster (whose surname is FitzGerald ... Among the prominent Anglo-Irish peers are Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork, Lord High Treasurer of Ireland, father of scientist Robert Boyle ...
Charles I Of England - Long Parliament - Irish Rebellion
... Main article Irish Rebellion of 1641 In a similar manner as pursued by the English Parliament in their opposition to Buckingham, albeit from a far less disingenuous stance, the Old English ... coupled with the gradual overshadowing of the Irish Parliament by the English Parliament would sow the seeds of conflagration in Ireland that, despite its initial chaos ... also providing a natural conduit for cooperation between the Gaelic Irish and Old English, who had hitherto been antagonistic towards one another ...
Confederate Ireland - Civil War Within The Confederation
... However, many of the Irish Catholics continued to reject a deal with the royalists ... who in May 1648 took part in the Inchiquin Truce with the Royalists but he could not get the Irish Catholic Bishops to agree on the matter ... this split within the Confederate ranks represented a split between Gaelic Irish and Old English ...

Famous quotes containing the word irish:

    Irishness is not primarily a question of birth or blood or language; it is the condition of being involved in the Irish situation, and usually of being mauled by it.
    Conor Cruise O’Brien (b. 1917)