Northern Ireland Parliament

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Riding (country Subdivision) - Ireland
... County Tipperary in Ireland was divided in 1838 into two ridings, Tipperary North Riding and Tipperary South Riding — the divisions remain as local government counties ...
List Of Irish Constituencies - List of Constituencies - N
... Naas (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) National University of Ireland (constituency) National University of Ireland (Dáil Éireann constituency) (DE ...
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... Taghmon (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) Tallow (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) Thomastown (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) Tipperary (c ...
Belfast (Northern Ireland Parliament Constituencies)
... Belfast is the largest city and capital of Northern Ireland ... Belfast was represented in the Northern Ireland House of Commons 1921-1973 ... For the County Antrim and County Down county constituencies, see Antrim (Northern Ireland Parliament constituencies) and Down (Northern Ireland Parliament constituencies) ...
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... Ballynakill (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) Ballyshannon (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) Baltimore (Parliament of Ireland ...

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    ... in Northern Ireland, if you don’t have basic Christianity, rather than merely religion, all you get out of the experience of living is bitterness.
    Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947)

    At the ramparts on the cliff near the old Parliament House I counted twenty-four thirty-two-pounders in a row, pointed over the harbor, with their balls piled pyramid-wise between them,—there are said to be in all about one hundred and eighty guns mounted at Quebec,—all which were faithfully kept dusted by officials, in accordance with the motto, “In time of peace prepare for war”; but I saw no preparations for peace: she was plainly an uninvited guest.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    That we can come here today and in the presence of thousands and tens of thousands of the survivors of the gallant army of Northern Virginia and their descendants, establish such an enduring monument by their hospitable welcome and acclaim, is conclusive proof of the uniting of the sections, and a universal confession that all that was done was well done, that the battle had to be fought, that the sections had to be tried, but that in the end, the result has inured to the common benefit of all.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    It is often said that in Ireland there is an excess of genius unsustained by talent; but there is talent in the tongues.
    —V.S. (Victor Sawdon)