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New archaeological evidence for medieval Tipperary Town from excavations By Ross Drummond and Lydia Cagney

The Birth and Demise of the Marlfield Distillery 1817-1857 By Kathleen MacQueen

Clanwilliam in Clanwilliam: the sale of the Clanwilliam estate in 1806 By Denis G. Marnane

The Knocklofty Estate Assisted Emigration Scheme that Caused Controversy in 1853 By John Keating

Review Article: Remember ’48. Young Ireland and the Rising By Maura Cronin

The Cholera Outbreak of 1849 in Nenagh Poor Law Union By Daniel Grace

Angela Burdett Coutts: The Tipperary Connection By Miriam Lambe

Memorialising Early Melbourne: ‘Garryowen’s’ Historical, Anecdotal And Personal Perspective By Liz Rushen

Edward (Ned) McGlinn: A Tipperaryman at Ballarat By Jim Coghlan

Fr John Fahey (1883-1959): Celebrated Tipperary-Born Great War Australian Army Chaplain By Danny Cusack

Thomas P. Givens: from Bansha to Shanghai and back By Denis Kenny

The New Line Road – Ballincor to Lorrha By Seamus J. King

The Origins and Early Development of the Christian Brothers’ Schools in Thurles By J.M. Tobin

Fr. John Mackey: a Miracle Working Priest from Castleiney, Templemore, Co. Tipperary By Donal J. O’Regan

Document: Letter of Frederick H. Armitage of Noan to his family By Marian Tobin

(1872-1955): War of Independence Heroine By Annette Condon

Upstairs and Downstairs – My Life in Marlow House and Moyaliffe Castle By Bridie Garrett Fennessy

Mary Anne O’Brien: Limerick woman established Convent of Mercy, Newport, Co. Tipperary By John Phayer

Lilla Perry (1888-1974) a forgotten Clonmel artist By Richard Meehan

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