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The Parkgate Presbyterians People and Kirk over four centuries The First Donegore Story by Donald Alexander The history of the village of Parkgate in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, stretches over four centuries.

Volume 36 (2012) of The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland has been published. Articles Thomas Sinclair, Home Rule and Covenant – by David A. Murphy The Abolition Church: The Covenanters and the fight against slavery in nineteenth […]

The BBC’s “A History of the World” includes photographs of some items from the Society’s collections including Adair’s Narrative. Go to the PHSI website for an Abstract for the published work “Irish Presbyterian Church 1623-1670”.

One of the Special Offer books available through the UHF’s BooksIreland.org.uk website is  Presbyterians in Ireland by Laurence Kirkpatrick. Collection of the book from the UHF Office, 49 Malone Road, Belfast, will save the shipping charge.

An article entitled “Origins and Objects of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland” was published in 1970 issue of the “Bulletin”. The story of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland from 1907 is given in “Times Passing” by Joseph Thompson, Ph.D., […]

Presbyterian Historical Society Library The Presbyterian Historical Society is now located in premises on the ground floor of 26 College Green (at the junction of College Green and Rugby Road) just beside Union Theological College and near to Queen’s University. […]

‘Blair of Bangor’ – Autobiography with introduction by J W Lockington – Price: £20.00  Postage extra. ‘Presbyterian Origins in Ulster’ – by the late Rev Prof A F Scott Pearson – Price: £3.00  Postage extra. ‘Dr James Morgan’ – describing his […]