am enclosing my renewal for your marvellous newsletter.
I am a librarian for the past 30 years, and I have never
seen a newsletter or magazine that provided so much invaluable
information in each issue. Not just the info. about
moving to Ireland, but most especially the hundreds
of items on art and crafts, associations and events and
first person articles – if you merely collected and published
in one ‘back’ - as is, several years of your publication
it would be a golden resource for all who have an interest
in Ireland today and yesterday. I am not being half as enthusiastic
as I feel…!
R.P. ( recently moved to Ireland from the USA).
congratulations on the magnificent publication you produce
– a magazine that is informative, and provides a wide variety
of interesting, well researched topics relating to Ireland.
Whilst I have never visited that Country, the regular reading
of INSIDE IRELAND makes me feel as if I have been there.
Could you run this enquiry? Contact is sought from any Corcorans
descended from Michael Corcoran and Sarah Egan who married
at Banagher, Ireland 14th May 1800. (This couple were my
gr. gr. Grandparents). Their eldest son, Peter, born 1804,
emigrated to Victoria, Australia, in 1840 with his wife,
Mary Ann Temple. Peter’s younger brother Daniel, married
Catherine Kenny. Anyone with information about Michael and
Sarah, please contact INSIDE IRELAND.
B.J.C. Sydney, Australia.
are very happy with INSIDE IRELAND. It in fact contains
not only very useful, but very delightful information.
M. U. Hamburg, Germany
is really to thank you for taking so much trouble with the
directions you sent me. The map is brilliant and will be
a tremendous help – I always pass on my INSIDE IRELAND to
my English friends.
M.C. Oxford, England.
received your special real estate edition of INSIDE
IRELAND on Tuesday, and have hardly been able to put it
down. Normally I love my job, but I have really resented
it this week because it has taken time away from reading
T.K.G. Evanston, IL
have intended for some time to write to express my high
regard for your great magazine. I have found it to be all,
really more than, I had expected. By now I greet each arrival
with all of the enthusiasm usually reserved for meeting
an old and dear friend…it is very easy for me to recommend
it without reservation to anyone with an interest in Ireland.
a non Irish with no ties to Ireland, I have found your articles
very beneficial in making some preliminary decisions in
my current plans for spending the summer months in Dublin
after my retirement…..I am impressed by the quality and
the plain good sense of your magazine. It has been a tremendous
help to me and I look forward to continuing to read it both
here and after I have established myself in Ireland.
L.W. Old Hickory, TN.
is my renewal cheque. Sometimes I think I get twice as much
out of INSIDE IRELAND living here instead of the USA. We
both continue to enjoy it immensely.
A.B. (Ireland and the USA).
received your wonderful INSIDE IRELAND. Continue the good
work and let us know more about those fascinating places
to stay – in Ireland and also your Top travel Tips abroad.
P. McM. London, England.
article on ghosts got us excited. Could you please give
us information on Haunted Houses in Ireland? We’ll be visiting
later on, and would love a night or two of being scared
senseless or at least spooked and amused…..
V.C. Windsor Locks, CT.
received your packet and are overwhelmed with all the information
you sent. I enclose a check to cover the postage and thank
you for the time and trouble you have put into our query.
And Mrs. W.C. Auburn Hills, MI
first issue of INSIDE IRELAND arrived yesterday and I have
almost memorised it. I am moving to Ireland shortly without
ever having been there before. The Irish tourist Board and
Consulate have sent some excellent material and I have many
knowledgeable friends who are helping me to plan, but nothing
compares to your newsletter. It is easy to see why you have
survived for so long when others have failed. You give the
impression of being a personal friend who will help me,
never mind all the other subscribers.
J.W. Bellevue, WA
an American College Professor who has taught courses in
both Irish History as well as that of Irish America, I have
found your publication often to be an unanticipated treasure
chest of fascinating and rich tid-bits and insight. These
have been both personally pleasurable and found their way
into my teaching and lectures. Thanks and keep up the good
V.P. Worcester, MA I
was so glad of your Discount Voucher on my recent
visit to Ireland. I saved well over $100, and my initial
$40 investment was over doubled with the voucher, let alone
all the information and enjoyment while reading INSIDE IRELAND.
B.R. Roberts, WI
that’s just a sample of the mail that comes in our post
bag each week!
Past Press Mentions: (our up to date address is at the bottom of each page)
newsletter that has attracted several thousand subscribers
in the United States is INSIDE IRELAND. It Offers articles
on places to go, shopping and crafts as well as genealogy,
property buying and study opportunities. The spring issue
– there are four issues a year – includes an accommodations
guide listing places to stay – from private homes to hotels,
with prices from about $30.00 a person a night, including
breakfast. The newsletter also runs an information service
for subscribers. Inside Ireland costs $40.00 a year.Write
to INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box 1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
The New York Times
IRELAND (subscription $40.00 annually) a quarterly newsletter,
has useful information and regular articles on buying real
estate in Ireland.
Town & Country Magazine
IRELAND, the Dublin- based Information Service and Quarterly
Review, is still publishing after many years. This excellent
publication, founded and edited by Brenda Weir offers IACI
members a sample copy of a past issue (to celebrate another
birthday,) if you send her your name and address to PO Box
1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland. Frommer’s Guide says that INSIDE
IRELAND is an eclectic collection of witty and informative
tidbits, in-depth articles, humour, services such as restaurant
reviews and accommodation services, answers to costs etc.
of Irish visits and shopping and touring advice. Congratulations
to Brenda Weir and her excellent quarterly review.
Ducas, Journal of the Irish American Cultural
IRELAND is a quarterly publication ($40) providing information
for tourists and visitors, a free genealogy booklet, real
estate supplements and retirement information. Write INSIDE
IRELAND, PO Box 469111, Escondido, CA 92030 (birthday offer).
The Denver Post
those heading to Ireland, INSIDE IRELAND a quarterly newsletter,
helps in planning and is always packed with lots of information
on the country. There’s a special offer to our readers of
a FREE back copy of the newsletter; subscribers also receive
a genealogical booklet, an accommodations guide, discount
vouchers and access to an information service on topics
that include retirement to Ireland, matchmaking, penpals
to INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box 1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland (send
$4 for airmail delivery).
The Boston Globe
IRELAND, an information service and quarterly review, contains
articles on all aspects of contemporary Irish life. Subscribers
also receive supplements on genealogy, real estate, recommended
accommodations,and discount vouchers. Subscription is $40.00.
from INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box 1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
thinking of travelling to Ireland will find INSIDE IRELAND
of help. This quarterly publication has been around since
1978, so it must be doing something right. Those subscribing
($40 a year) receive some very good benefits, including
a free Genealogical Booklet, discount vouchers on services
and a guide to recommended accommodations. There is also
highly personalised information on readers’ questions, ranging
from retiring to the Emerald Isle to sheep sponsorship.
To sample the publication write to INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box
1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
The Boston Sunday Globe
IRELAND absolutely abounds with useful and charming information
about the Emerald Isle and all things Irish-American. Whether
it’s a guide to Ireland’s best pubs by region, an explanation
of the high crosses of Ireland, listing the percentage of
Irish-Americans living in all 50 states or information on
holding dual citizenship or naturalisation, the newsletter
is a must for anyone of Celtic ancestry who takes a pride
in having ties to the “old sod.” A year’s subscription to
the quarterly is $40.00. Write to INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box
1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
The Chicago Tribune
IRELAND a 27 year old quarterly newsletter aimed at the
Irish American market in the United States, is chock-full
of helpful snippets on restaurants, accommodations and shopping.
The publisher also answers subscribers’ questions on all
facets of Irish life such as buying a home in Ireland. Subscriptions,
$40.00. INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box 1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
The San Francisco Examiner
IRELAND, une publication trimestrielle de langue anglaise
dirigee par Brenda Weir a Dublin, est destinee principalement
aux Americains d’origine irlandaise. Mais comme le prouve
le sommaire ci-dessus du dernier numero qui marque sa 27
annee, on y trouve des articles d’actualite sur tous les
aspects de l’Irelande. Si vous desirez recevoir un exemplaire
gratuite, demandez-le a l’adresse suivante et vous pourrez
eventuellement souscrire un abonnement annuel de 22 lives
irlandaises. INSIDE IRELAND, PO Box 1886, Dublin, 16, Ireland.
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