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Notable works by Anthony Malcomson

Anthony Malcomson was educated at Campbell College, Belfast, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and was awarded a PhD in history by QUB in 1970. Most of his working life was spent in the Public Record Office Northern Ireland, of which he was a director from 1988 until his retirement in 1998.

His publications include John Foster: The Politics of the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy (Oxford, 1978), Archbishop Charles Agar: Churchmanship and Politics in Ireland, 1760-1810 (Dublin, 2002), Primate Robinson (1709-94): ‘A very tough incumbent in fine preservation’ (Belfast, 2003), Nathaniel Clements: Government and Governing Elite in Ireland, 1725-75 (Dublin, 2005) and numerous articles, essays and editions.