- Title Pages
- Reappraisals in Irish History
- 1 Will Tennent's band of ‘bastards and rebels’: the Tennent family in its contexts
- 2 The ‘natural leaders’, part one: politics and personalities in Belfast, <i>c</i>.1801–1820
- 3 The ‘natural leaders’, part two: Belfast, Europe and the age of reform
- 4 ‘The manhood of the mind’ classicism, romanticism and the politics of culture
- 5 ‘Thank-offerings to the God of providence’: philanthropy, evangelicalism and social change
- Appendix one: public activities of William Tennent and Robert Tennent
- Appendix two: known membership figures for the Belfast Society for Promoting Knowledge, 1795–1832
- Appendix three: philanthropic and evangelical societies in Belfast, <i>c</i>.1801–32
- Appendix four: Numbers assisted by Charitable Society, Lying-In Hospital Society and Dispensary and Fever Hospital
- Selected Bibliography
- Primary sources
- Secondary sources
- The ‘Natural Leaders’ and their World
- Liverpool University Press
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