Champagne and Silver Buckles: The Viceregal Court at Dublin Castle, 1700-1922
Lilliput Press, 2001 - 209 páginas
A history of the headquarters of British rule in Ireland. Examines the social and ceremonial life of the Viceregal Court, and looks at the individuals who performed at the Castle from the onset of English administration until the transfer of power to
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