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Dermot King of Leinster and the Foreigners
– (Anvil 1973) Phone 01 4973628
Wexford in the Rare Oul’ Times: with John Hayes, Photographic technician: Vol. 1,
1985, Vol. 2, 1987 Vol. 3, 1996 (The Earliest County
Wexford Photographs). Currently Out of Print
Vol. 4, 2005 – Co. Wexford in
War, 1910 to 1924
Available from Distillery Press, Kellystown, Drinagh, Wexford €8.00 plus p&p. Phone/Fax 053 91
Foster Son for
– Children's Press, Dublin 1986 (For 8
to 13 year olds)
Fr John Murphy of Boolavogue 1753 – 1798
Geography Publications, 1991, Dublin.
The Greatest Hurling Decade:
Wolfhound Press, 1993, Dublin
A personal memoir of the sensational hurling revolution
in County Wexford 1950-1960. Phone 01-8740354
Amalgamated with Merlin Publishers Phone 01 4535866
Fr. John Murphy of Boolavogue, 1753-1798
(3rd Edition): Available from Distillery Press, Kellystown, Drinagh,
Wexford €10 plus €5 post and packaging. Phone/Fax 053 91
Bishop's Rath and Norman Fort, (Wexford
1994) with Dr Edward Culleton and Patrick Sills
Mighty Wave, (Four
Courts Press, 1996) with Dr Daire Keogh.
History of Land Reclamation in Wexford Harbour (Journal
Old Wexford Society No 2)
Clonmines, The Corporate Town that Died (Journal Old
Wexford Society No 1).
The Immediate Predecessors of Dermot MacMurrough,
Dermot Mac Enna MacMurrough (1115 – 1117) Enna Mac
Donncha MacMurrough (1117 – 1126) (Journal Old Wexford
Society No. 4)
The Times and Life of Nicholas Sweetman, Bishop of Ferns
(1744-1786) (Journal Wexford Historical Society No. 9)
The Vulnerable Evidence of Photography, Royal Society of
Antiquaries, Dublin. County Wexford in the Rare Oul'
Times Nos 1 and 2.
Diarmait MacMurrough and the Norman Mercenaries: The
Military History Society, Dublin
Diarmait MacMurrough and the Norman Mercenaries
1169-1172: The Old Dublin Society.
and its many peoples (Ireland Today. The Bulletin of
the Department of Foreign Affairs. No 971,
Berlin Grünewoche, Berlin's Green Week, Success and Chastisement (COOP
Ireland, Dublin 1986).
Wexford Port 1600 to 1800 in Wexford, History and
Society, Editors Dr Kevin Whelan and Dr William Nolan,
Blood and Soil, The Farmer and the Führer (Biatas, Vol.
XLIII No's 9 and 10, December 1989 and January 1990)
Editor, Michael Grimes.
in Brussels (Biatas, Vol XLIV, No 8) 1990
Beyond the Iron Curtain (Biatas, Vol XLIV No. 1 1990)
of Farming (Biatas, Vol XLIV No.4 1990)
Fee of Armagh" (Cardinal Tomas Ó Fíaich),
(Petrus - Saint Peters College Wexford Annual, 1991.
Editor, Matthew Boggan).
through its Writers. Dermot Bolger,
Editor. New Island, 1992.
Introduction: the mosaic of inspiration.
or Cosmopolitan?: The strategic importance of Wexford
in 1798. (The Mighty Wave, The 1798 Rebellion in
Wexford. Editors Daire Keogh adn Nicholas
Furlong. Four Courts Press, 1996).
The Church and Fr John Murphy of Boolavogue in
Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter: The Clergy and 1798(
The Columba Press, 1997, Editor, Liam Swords.)
Nicholas Furlong is a well-known lecturer both
nationally and in his native County Wexford where he
guides visitors on tours of the historic region. His
lecture tours of the USA have included:
1976 (“The Quakers of Ireland in the founding of
Pennsylvania” and “The Surviving Irish Royal Families”),
a lecture tour provided under the auspices of the Irish
American Cultural Institute;
(The Revolution of 1798 and Fr John Murphy of Boolavogue).
Under the auspices of the Irish American Cultural
Nicholas Furlong’s professional memberships are: Member
of National Union of Journalists (NUJ) and The
International Federation of Agricultural Journalists