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Aspinwall B, “The Catholic Irish and wealth in Glasgow”, in Devine, T M (ed), Irish Immigrants and Scottish Society in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Edinburgh, 1991)

Aspinwall, B, “Children of the dead end: the formation of the modern archdiocese of Glasgow, 1815-1914”, Innes Review, 43 (1992), 119-144

Aspinwall, B, “The formation of the Catholic community in the west of Scotland: some preliminary outlines”, Innes Review, 33 (1982), 44-57

Aspinwall, B., “Anyone for Glasgow? The strange nomination of Rt. Rev. Charles Eyre in 1868”, Recusant History, 23, (October 1997)

Boyle, R, and Lynch, P (eds), “Out of the Ghetto?” The Catholic Community in Modern Scotland (Edinburgh 1998)

Gallagher, T, Glasgow, the Uneasy Peace: Religious Tension in Modern Scotland (Manchester, 1987)

McCaffrey, J, “Roman Catholics in Scotland in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries”, Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 21 (1983), 275-300

McCaffrey, J.F. “The Catholic Church and Scottish Politics since 1707” in Kirk, J (ed), The Scottish Churches and the Union Parliament 1707-1999 (Edinburgh, 2001)

McRoberts, D (ed), Modern Scottish Catholicism, 1878-1928 (Glasgow, 1979)

O’Hagan, Frank, Change, Challenges and Achievement. A Study in the Development of Catholic Education in Glasgow in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Glasgow, 1996)


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