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NOTES AND QUERIES CHANGE OF ADDRESS As noted in the last issue (Fall, 1995), the administrative offices of the Irish American Cultural Institute—now including the editorial offices of ÉIREIRELAND —have been unified with the executive office in New Jersey. Consequently , correspondence relating to subscriptions, memberships, and article submissions should no longer be addressed to the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. All correspondence and enquiries should be addressed to: The Irish American Cultural Institute 1 Lackawanna Place Morristown, New Jersey 07950 Likewise the IACI now has new telephone numbers: (201) 605-1991; fax (201) 605-8875. In respect to ÉIRE-IRELAND in particular, all queries as to the status of submissions awaiting adjudication or as to the probably dates of publication of contributions already accepted are to be addressed directly to the New Jersey office. MCGLINCHEY AWARD Unfortunately, the Editors’ Notes for the last issue of ÉIRE-IRELAND (Fall, 1995) failed to mention that Hewitt Thayer’s essay “Distilling Spirits and Regulating Subjects: Whiskey and Beer in Romantic Britain” won the Dermot McGlinchey Award as the best paper presented at the Graduate Student Irish Studies Conference in Austin, Texas, in 1994. A member of the Irish American Cultural Institute’s Board of Directors from 1989 until his death, Dermot J. McGlinchey was raised in County Kerry, served as president of the Patrick Magill Summer School, and was Honorary Consul of Ireland in New Orleans, where he had a prosperous law practice. CORRIGENDUM The perspicacious review of William Palmer’s The Problem of Ireland in Tudor Foreign Policy 1485–1603 (Fall, 1995) failed to name the reviewer, Dr. Stanford E. Lehmberg. We apologize to Dr. Lehmberg, of the University of Minnesota, for this oversight. 191 NOTES AND QUERIES ...


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