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Irish Pubs Calendar 2022

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IRISH PUBS 2022 CALENDAR Special gifts for all ages, genders and people favorite travel and nature in the world ✓ This calendar will help you more organized and better in time management and works for your goals! ✓ A great calendar for favorite travel and lover landspace This Is Perfect Calendar gift for any occasion: Christmas Gifts Veterans Day Gifts Thanksgiving Gifts Birthday Gifts New year wishes Features and details: 12-month calendar, January 2022 to December 2022 ( BONUS 4 Months ) Calendar Size: 8.5 x 8.5 (8.5 x 17 when open) Premium quality paper (Glossy cover) Monthly overview pages and lines for notes Official Holidays Please Note: This great and practical calendar can be used as a desk or wall calendar, though it does not have holes for hanging (a simple hole-punch would take care of the issue) Give this calendar to yourself, friends, family, co-worker and have a great year together! For more Calendars and Planners, click on Author name to check it out!!! Thank You for Being Our Customers!

Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the reign of Charles The First

Author : James Morrin
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Reprint of the original, first published in 1863.

The Prehistoric Artefacts of Northern Ireland

Author : Harry Welsh
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The last in a trilogy of monographs designed to provide a baseline survey of the prehistoric sites of Northern Ireland, this monograph considers the prehistoric artefacts that have been found in Northern Ireland. It aims to provide a basis for further research, and also to stimulate local interest in the prehistory of Northern Ireland.

Calendar of State Papers Domestic series of the reign of Elizabeth 1591 1594

Author : Mary Anne Everett Green
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Reprint of the original, first published in 1867.

Wild Shores

Author : Richard Nairn
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Following the Irish coast in a clockwise direction, acclaimed ecologist Richard Nairn travels by boat, on foot and sometimes by air to visit the best remaining wild places, including islands, cliffs, beaches and dunes. The result is a unique mix of nature, history, science and a reflection on the author’s personal experiences of exploring Ireland’s coast. By viewing the Irish coastline from the sea, Richard gains a unique perspective on the island. And along the way, he recalls a lifetime spent studying nature. ‘An affectionate and timely celebration of Ireland’s richly varied coastline’ Bryan Dobson ‘A great read – whatever part of the coast you visit’ Éanna Ní Lamhna ‘A brilliant and timely odyssey around our precious, precarious shores’ Professor John Brannigan, University College Dublin ‘An exhilarating journey right around our coastline’ Paddy Woodworth, Journalist and author ‘An intimate, inspiring and lovely read about Ireland's shorelines: its places and spaces’ Professor Robert Devoy, Lead Editor of The Coastal Atlas of Ireland


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Few words are necessary to introduce this work to the reader. It partakes of the nature of an encyclopædia, with the saving clause that the information it sets forth is confined to a plain statement of facts. Verbal embellishments have been studiously avoided. Those who seek for additional intelligence may easily obtain it from ordinarily available sources. To account for the origin of popular phrases and names has been the author’s sole design. To the best of his knowledge, no other work of the kind exists.

Going to Seed

Author : Simon Fairlie
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An unforgettable firsthand account of how the hippie movement flowered in the late 1960s, appeared spent by the Thatcher-consumed 1980s, yet became the seedbed for progressive reform we now take for granted—and continues to inspire generations of rebels and visionaries. At a young age, Simon Fairlie rejected the rat race and embarked on a new trip to find his own path. He dropped out of Cambridge University to hitchhike to Istanbul and bicycle through India. He established a commune in France, was arrested multiple times for squatting and civil disobedience, and became a leading figure in protests against the British government’s road building programs of the 1980s and—later—in legislative battles to help people secure access to land for low impact, sustainable living. Over the course of fifty years, we witness a man’s drive for self-sufficiency, freedom, authenticity, and a deep connection to the land. Fairlie grew up in a middle-class household in leafy middle England. His path had been laid out for him by his father: boarding school, Oxbridge, and a career in journalism. But everything changed when Simon’s life ran headfirst into London’s counterculture in the 1960s. Finding Beat poetry, blues music, cannabis and anti–Vietnam War protests unlocked a powerful lust to be free. Instead of becoming a celebrated Fleet Street journalist like his father, Simon became a laborer, a stonemason, a farmer, a scythesman, and then a magazine editor and a writer of a very different sort. In Going to Seed he shares the highs of his experience, alongside the painful costs of his ongoing search for freedom—estrangement from his family, financial insecurity, and the loss of friends and lovers to the excesses and turbulence that continued through the 70s and 80s. Part moving, free-wheeling memoir, part social critique, Going to Seed questions the current trajectory of Western “progress”—and the explosive consumerism, growing inequality, and environmental devastation laid bare in our daily newsfeeds—and will resonate with anyone who wonders how we got to such a place. Simon’s story is for anyone who wonders what the world might look like if we began to chart a radically different course.

U S Exports

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International Congress Calendar

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The Illustrated London News

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