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Ulad was a magazine associated with the Ulster Literary Theatre, published in Belfast between 1896 and 1905, edited by David Parkhill under the pseudonym Lewis Purcell. It was a self-conscious attempt to create a regional identity in Ulster, separate from that promoted by the Gaelic Revival. It included poetry, plays (including The Enthusiast by Lewis Purcell, which established a distinctive northern style of theatre), cultural criticism and illustrations. Cartoonists who contributed included George and Edwin Morrow and John Campbell.