By the Sea

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I would live out my span by his provident stream, with this Irish man, who is only a dream. Thank you so much for your efforts and hard work over there. It remains indisputable that from the late 18th-century mobilised separatist nationalism contained within it a strong Catholic ethos, which sometimes equated the ‘Irish nation’ exclusively with the ‘Catholic people’. Despite the enormous suffering the Irish had endured, the people greeted the Queen with "the utmost enthusiasm" at Cork, Dublin and Belfast. "Our entrance into Dublin was really a magnificent thing," the Queen noted in her diary.

Pages: 245

Publisher: The New Press (June 1, 2001)

ISBN: 1565846583

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