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Debating Tudor policy in Ireland: The ‘reform’ treatises
David Heffernan

pamphlet promoting settlement in the Munster Plantation, were published to encourage emigration from England to Ireland, yet they merit consideration given their depiction of Ireland and use for colonisation thereof.45 Equally, while John Derricke’s The Image of Irelande published in 1581 has long been focused on solely for the woodcuts which accompanied the text, a number of recent studies have firmly established the importance of the text itself to the ‘reform’ debate.46 Thus, when the many individuals who wrote treatises on Ireland during the sixteenth century set

in Debating Tudor policy in sixteenth-century Ireland
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The plantation of Ulster: ideas and ideologies
Éamonn Ó Ciardha and Micheál Ó Siochrú

, 1996); Marc Caball, Poetry and Politics: Reaction and Continuity in Irish Poetry, 1558–1625 (Cork, 1998). Tomás Ó Fiaich, The O’Neills of the Fews (Armagh, 2003); Breandán Ó Doibhlin, Manual do Litríocht na Gaeilge, fasc. I–V (Dublin, 2003–9). 7 Vincent Carey, ‘John Derricke’s Image of Irelande: Sir Henry Sidney and the massacre at Mullaghmast, 1578’, Irish Historical Studies, 31 (1999), 305–27; idem, Surviving the Tudors: Gerald the ‘Wizard’ Earl of Kildare and English Rule in Ireland, 1537–1586 (Dublin, 2002); David Edwards, Pádraig Lenihan and

in The plantation of Ulster
Nicholas Canny

Established, 1565–76 (Hassocks, 1976), p. 90; on Mullaghmast, Vincent Carey, ‘John Derricke’s image of Ireland, Sir Henry Sidney and the massacre at Mullaghmast, 1578’, Irish Historical Studies, 31 (1999), 305–27; Ronald Dale Karr, ‘ “Why should you be so furious”: the violence of the Pequot War’, The Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 876–909; many English soldiers who fought in Ireland during the Nine Years War, 1594–1603, were, of course, veterans from conflict in both the Netherlands and Brittany. 7 Jill Lapore, The Name of War: King Philip’s War and the Origins

in Ireland, 1641
David Heffernan

Lordship of O’Connor Faly’, p. 230. 64 On the subsequent history of the colony, see ibid., pp. 232–4; White, ‘Tudor Plantations’, II, pp. 115–62; Carey, ‘The End of the Gaelic Political Order’, pp. 237–48; Carey, ‘John Derricke’s Image of Irelande’. 65 Heffernan, ‘An early Elizabethan treatise on Laois and Offaly’, p. 125. 66 Ibid. 67 White, ‘Tudor Plantations’, I, p. 18. 68 Henry Fitzroy also served nominally as Lord Lieutenant from 1529. See ODNB, ‘Fitzroy, Henry’. 69 Brady, Chief Governors, pp. 72–81. 70 See pp. 78–87. 71 Bagwell, Ireland Under the

in Debating Tudor policy in sixteenth-century Ireland