Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

Armagh Library Events

Armagh Robinson Library and its collections are a monument to the Enlightenment, that movement of empirical and philosophical enquiry which is at the foundation of our understanding of the world today. Among its holdings, the Library has works on the horticultural and agricultural advances for which the eighteenth century became famous, and which foreshadows the continuing development of agricultural science. Yet, within seventy–five years of the Library’s foundation, Armagh, like the rest of Ulster and all Ireland was gripped by a catastrophic famine, unique in the history of nineteenth–century Europe, whose legacy in Irish consciousness, and…

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