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provided the first of these phases, a period of divergence in the direction of the
exceptionally early and widespread marriage and very high fertility already
mentioned. That in turn contributed to a populationexplosion that occurred in
Ireland in this period and had no parallel elsewhere in Europe at the time – population more or less doubled between the late 1700s and the early 1840s. Given the
patchiness of the records, there is some uncertainty about the exact details of these
divergences and how extreme they were. K.H. Connell, Ireland’s outstanding