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Other Publications by John McCavitt

Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 1605-16 (Belfast, 1998)

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Review of Sir Arthur Chichester by Toby Bernard, English Historical Review (2000 115: 459-460)
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‘Chichester, Ceannairc agus Cairlinn, 1609’ in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1986), pp 19-23

Trench warfare in the Gap of the North, 1600’ in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1987), pp 55-62.

‘The Newry massacres of 1641-2’ in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1988), pp 74-78.

‘Newry, the Ancient Britons and 1798’, in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1989), pp 36-7

Good planets in their several spheares’: the establishment of the assize circuits in early seventeenth-century Ireland’ in Irish Jurist, new series, xxiv (1989), pp 248-78.

‘Lord Deputy Chichester and the English government’s “Mandates policy” in Ireland, 1605-7’ in Recusant History, xx, (1991). pp 320-35.

‘Wolfe Tone and “tory” Rostrevor’ in Cuisle na nGael, (Newry, 1992).

‘The execution of Bishop O’Devanna’ in Seanchas Dhroim Mór, (1992-3), pp 66-9.

‘The political background to the Ulster Plantation, 1607-1620’ in Brian MacCuarta (ed.), Ulster 1641:
Aspects of the Rising (Belfast, 1993), pp 7-23.

‘Newry pardons, 1609’ in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1994), pp 45-9.

The flight of the earls, 1607’ in Irish Historical Studies, xxix (1994), pp 159-73.

An Irish Trilogy. The Wars of the seventeenth century and the colonisation of Ulster’ in Jurgen Elvert (ed.), Nordirland in Geschichte/Northern Ireland – Past and Present (Stuttgart, 1994), pp 27-42.

‘Sorrow on the Sarah Parker: The voyage of Newry’s “coffin” ship, 1850, in Cuisle na nGael (Newry, 1998), pp 22-4.

An unspeakable parliamentary fracas: the Irish House of Commons, 1613’ in Analecta Hibernica, xxxvii, (1998) pp 223-35.

‘Rebels, planters and conspirators: Armagh, 1594-1640’ in A.J.Hughes and William Nolan (eds), Armagh: History and Society (Dublin, 2001), pp 245-63.