Fagan, Patrick. ‘The Population of Dublin in the eighteenth century with particular reference to the proportions of protestants and catholics.’, Eighteenth-century Ireland/Iris an dá chultúr, Vol. 6 (1991), pp 121-56..
This article examines transformation in the population of Dublin in the eighteenth-century from a mainly protestant city at the beginning of the century to a mainly catholic one at the close. Fagan discusses the various sources used to determine the citys population between 1695 and 1798 and their usefulness. The number of parishes and their members is a decisive factor in determining the population of both catholics and protestants. Includes tables and appendices.