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New Additons/William III/JamesII/The Battle of the Boyne/WilliamIII and James II/The Orange Order
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History Today, Sept 1995 v45 n9 p16(8) The Orange Order, 1795-1995. (Cover Story) Andrew Boyd.
Irish cardinal feels betrayed by British. Teresa Malcolm.
National Catholic Reporter August 9, 1996 v32 n36 p8(1)
Back to the barricades: angry rioting leaves Ulster smouldering,
democracy strained. Bruce Wallace.
Maclean's July 22, 1996 v109 n30 p48(2)
The legacy of Drumcree.
The Economist July 20, 1996 v340 n7975 p47(2)
Wedded to the past: the new disturbances in Ulster suggest that
is bankrupt. (Editorial)
The Economist July 13, 1996 v340 n7974 p16(2)
Miller, John, 1946- James II : A Study in Kingship.
Ashley, Maurice, 1907-James II Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c1977.
Neill, Robert,Lillibullero..,New York : St. Martin's Press, c1975.
Testa, Ernest., James II bigot or saint? Ernest Testa Lewis Book Guild 1987
William III of England and the House of Orange (1650-1702).
The Harper Encyclopedia of Military Biography Edition 1992 p799
Burton, Ivor F. (Ivor Flower), 1923- Political Parties in the Reigns of William III and Anne: the evidence of division lists, by I. F. Burton, P. W. J. Riley [and] E. Rowlands. London, University of London, Athlone Press, 1968.
Thomson, Mark Almeras. William III and Louis XIV: essays 1680-1720, by and for Mark A. Thomson. Edited by Ragnhild Hatton and J.S.Bromley. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1968
Ogg, David, 1887-1965. William III.New York, Collier Books 
G. H. Guttridge.The colonial policy of William III in America and the West Indies [by][1st ed.] new impression. London, Cass, 1966
Jones, D. W., 1941- War and economy in the age of William III and Marlborough / D.W. Jones. Oxford : Blackwell, 1988.
Claydon, Tony. William III and the godly revolution / Tony Claydon.Also called: William the Third and the godly revolution Cambridge ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Pinkham, Lucile, 1904- William III and the respectable revolution; the part played by William of Orange in the Revolution of 1688. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, 1969 [c1954]
Turberville, Arthur Stanley, 1888-1945. The House of Lords in the reign of William III.Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1970.
Baxter, Stephen Bartow, 1929-William III and the defense of European liberty, 1650-1702,by Stephen B. Baxter.[1st American ed.]New York, Harcourt, Brace & World 
Ehrman, John.The navy in the War of William III, 1689-1697; its state and direction.Cambridge, [Eng.,] University Press, 1953. Thomson, Mark Almeras.
Cathcart,Rex .,William III & Ireland .Dublin Eason 1990 Series The Irish heritage series 67
Bowen, Marjorie, William, Prince of Orange, 1650-1673.
London and New
Japiske, N., Prins Willem III, de Stadtholder-Koning.
Ogg, David, Europe in the Seventeenth Century. Oxford, 1955.
James and William
Ogg, David, 1887-1965. England in the reigns of James II and William III. London, Oxford U.P., 1969.
Ulster Museum., Kings in conflict Ireland in the 1690s compiled and edited by Eileen Black exhibition researched and organised by W.A. Maguireexhibition designed by Roy Service catalogue designed by James Hanna. Belfast Ulster Museum c1990
The Battle of the Boyne
An Exact account of the Kings march to Ardee and of his forcing the Irish to abandon the pass of the River Boyne, and of what hapn'd in the passage, as also of the Irish army's retreat towards Dublin and of our army's pursuit of them : with an add re ss presented to the King. [microform :]London : Printed for R. Baldwin ..., 1690 University Microfilms International, 300 N. Zeeb Rd., A
The Battle of the Boyne to which added, The bold mariners,The little sailor boy, Sally in our alley. [microform] : [Philadelphia : s.n.], 1805. In verse. References: Shaw & Shoemaker, 50499. Microopaque. New York, N.Y. : Readex Micropri nt, courtes y of A.A.S., 1983. 1 microopaque ; 23 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 50499).
Ellis, Peter Berresford.The Boyne Water : the Battle of the Boyne, 1690 / Peter Berresford Ellis. New York : St. Martin's Press, [c1976]
An account of the victory obtain'd by the King in Ireland, on the first day of this instant July, 1690 [microform ][London] In the Savoy : Printed by Edward Jones, 1690 University Microfilms International, 300 N. Zeeb Road, AnnArbor, MI 48106. A Relation of the victory obtained by the King in Ireland at the passage of the Boyne, on the first day of this instant July, 1690: and of the surrender of Drogheda. [microform : ] [London?] : Printed by Edward Jones in the Savoy, 1690.
French Noel E. Battle of the Boyne 1690 Noel E. French. Imprint Trim, Co. Meath Trymme Press 1989,
O'Boyle Enda, The Battle of the Boyne by Enda O Boyle [Duleek] Duleek Historical Society 1990
Boulger, D. C., The Battle of the Boyne. London, 1911.
Kane, Richard, The Campaigns of King William and Queen Anne. London,1745.
Plunket Nicholas Derry and the Boyne a contemporary Catholic account ofthe Siege of Derry, the Battle of the Boyne, and the general condition of Ireland in the Jacobite war [by Nicholas Plunket] introduced by Brendan Clifford] Belfast Belfast Historical & Educational Society 1990 Ireland, 1603-1691
Shepherd Robert 1949- Ireland's fate the Boyne and after Robert Shepherd.London Aurum 1990
Henri and Barbara van der Zee.1688 revolution in the family Oth. Title Sixteen eighty-eight revolution in the family Harmondsworth Viking 1988
Robinson Colin 1962- What happened on the twelfth? by Peter Brooke and Colin Robinson.[Belfast] Athol 1986
The Orange Order
R.M. Sibbett, Orangeism in Ireland and Throughout the Empire (Thynne and Co. 2 vols 1939)
J. Brown, M.W. Deware and S.E. Long, Orangeism: A New Historical Appreciation (Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland, 1967)
Aiken McClelland, The Formation of the Orange Order (The Mourne Observer Newspapers)
Hereward Senior, Orangeism in Ireland and Britain 1795-1836
(Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966), Tony Gray, The Orange Order (The Bodley