Sunday 16 September 2012

Irish eBooks offer from Ulster Historical Foundation

From the Ulster Historical Foundation (

Upcoming publications and launches
Our much anticipated volume on the Home Rule crisis, Friends in High Places will be published on 20th September. The book will be launched one week later, (27th) in the Christ Church Library of the Royal Belfast Academical Institution, so there are still a few days remaining to avail of the special pre-publication offer price of £12.99.

Many of you have taken advantage of the pre-publication offer for our forthcoming, Linen Houses of County Antrim and North County Down and our reprint of Linen Houses of the Bann Valley. The pre-publication price of £21.99 each or £40.00 for both volumes offers outstanding value for money. These sumptuous, lavishly illustrated tomes will appear at the end of October.

The Foundation is pleased to announce that the Belfast launch of, Robert Dinsmoor's Scotch-Irish Poems will take place on Thursday 20th September at 7.00pm in No Alibis Bookstore, Botanic Avenue. All are welcome.

New titles on offer
We are pleased to augment our list of special offers with a selection of quality titles acquired recently from the Queen's University Institute of Irish Studies. Markedly reduced in price these include:

Doing Irish Local History: Pursuit and Practice
RRP: £8.50 | Now only £3.00
Science and Society in Ireland 1800-1950
RRP: £8.50 | Now only £3.00
Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland: Varieties of Scottishness
RRP: £7.50 | Now only £3.00
Aithne na nGael: Gaelic Identities
RRP: £9.50 | Now only £3.00
Displaying Faith: Orange, Green and Trade Union Banners in N.I.
RRP: £8.50 | Now only £3.00
Conspiracy: Ulster Plots and Plotters in 1615
RRP: £4.50 | Now only £2.00
Local Government in Nineteenth Century Ireland
RRP: £4.50 | Now only £2.00

The e-books are available to order from

(With thanks to the UHF)


Scottish Research Online - 5 weeks online Pharos course, £45.99, taught by Chris Paton from 26 SEP 2012 - see
New book: It's Perthshire 1866 - there's been a murder... (from June 12th 2012)

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