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Please note: All books are in a hardback binding unless stated otherwise. If books are a reprint of an older edition then the date of the original edition appears in brackets. 'wrappers' and 'paperback' denote a book bound in a soft or paperback binding. This is only a selection of our stock, if you are searching for other particular titles please advise.

1.Owen Roe O'Neill. J. F. Taylor. LONDON, Fisher and Unwin. 1924. 250 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy. 45

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2.Romantic Slievenamon in History, Folklore & Song. A Tipperary Anthology. James Maher editor. TIPPERARY. 1954. 285 pages. 85

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3.Dublin. A Historical and Topographical Account of the City. Written by Samuel A. Ossory Fitzpaptrick and illustrated by W. Curtis Green. LONDON, Methuen. 1907. 360 pages. 75

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4.The Great Famine. Studies in Irish History 1845-52. edited by R. Dudley Edwards and T. Desmond Williams. DUBLIN, Irish Committee of Historical Sciences. 1956. 518 pages. superb copy in dust wrapper. 75

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5.Ireland Under the Union. Varieties of Tension. Essays in honour of T. W. Moody. edited by F. S. L. Lyons and R. A. J. Hawkins. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1980. 337 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 55

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6.Kilfarboy, a History of a West Clare Parish. Seosamh MacMathuna. 1975. 156 pages. wrappers. 25

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7.Cashel of the Kings. A History of the Ancient Capital of Munster from the date of its foundation until the present day, including Historical Notices of the Kings of Cashel, the succession of Bishops, Notices of the Principal Abbeys, together with items of Local History. Rev. John Gleeson. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1927. 312 pages. near fine. 155

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8.Church and State in Tudor Ireland. A History of Penal Laws against Irish Catholics 1534-1603. Robert Dudley Edwards. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1935. 352 pages. superb copy in dust wrapper. 75

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10.The Independent Irish Party 1850-9. J. H. Whyte. LONDON, Oxford University Press. 1958. 201 pages. 45

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12.The Passing of the Irish Act of Union. A Study in Parliamentary Politics. G. C. Bolton. Oxford University Press. 1966. 239 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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13.Irish Saints in Italy. Fra. Anselmo Tommasini. LONDON, Sands & Co. 1937. 532 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy. A masterly study. 75

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14.The Economic History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century. George O'Brien. DUBLIN, Maunsel. 1918. 437 pages. ownership labels. 65

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16.Jacobite Ireland 1685-91. J. G. Simms. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1969. 298 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 55

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17.The Fall of Parnell, 1890-91. F. S. L. Lyons. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1960. 363 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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18.John O'Leary. A Study in Irish Separatism. Marcus Bourke. University of Georgia Press. 1967. pages. dust wrapper 45

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19.Christianity in Celtic Lands. A History of the Churches of the Celts, their Origin, their Development, Influence and Mutual Relations. Dom Louis Gougaud, translated by Maud Joynt. LONDON, Sheed & Ward. 1932. 458 pages. slight fading to spine. 85

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20.Reform and Revival. English Government in Ireland 1470-1534. Steven G. Ellis. LONDON, Royal Historical Society. dust wrapper. 236 pages. near fine. 45

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21.The Politics of Repeal. A Study in the Relations between Great Britain and Ireland, 1841-50. Kevin B. Nowlan. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1965. 248 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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22.The Economic History of Ireland in the Seventeenth Century. George O'Brien. DUBLIN, Maunsel. 1919. 269 pages. near fine. 75

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23.Keating's General History of Ireland. Dermod O'Connor, translator. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1857. 556 pages. very good copy in original cloth. 95

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24.Popular Life of Daniel O'Connell, including the funeral oration of Padre Ventura at Rome, Father Burke's sermon at Glasnevin and Wendell Philip's centennial oration. Chrysostom P. Donahoe. BOSTON, Noonan. [1875] 294 pages. very good copy in original embossed cloth, including portrait of O'Connell on front cover. 95

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25.A Populous Solitude. Robert Lloyd Praeger. DUBLIN, Hodges Figgis & Co. 1941. 272 pages. lovely copy. 65

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26.The History of the Royal Irish Constabulary. Robert Curtis, County Inspector, Royal Irish Constabulary. DUBLIN, McGlashan & Gill. 1871. 195 pages. label of Dublin Steam Printing Company binders. original embossed cloth, slight wear and fading to spine. 170

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27.The Portrait of a Pious Bishop; or the Life and Death of The Most Reverend Francis Kirwan, Bishop of Killala. Translated from the Latin of John Lynch, Archdeakon of Tuam. Notes by Rev. C. P. Meehan. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1848. 196 pages. original cloth with foxing to preliminary and final pages. 75

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28.The Way that I Went. An Irishman in Ireland. Robert Lloyd Praeger. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd. 1947. 416 pages. nice edition. 50

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29.Ireland and Her Churches. James Godkin. LONDON, Chapman & Hall. 1867. 623 pages. original cloth with new end papers. An in-depth examination of the state of the churches in Ireland in the mid-nineteenth century. 95

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30.The Life of John Redmond. Denis Gwynn. LONDON, George G. Harrap. 1932. 610 pages. very good copy. Redmond was leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party and opponent of the Easter Rising. This major biography was based on the extensive papers which Redmond had methodically preserved and arranged. 55

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31.The Great Fraud of Ulster. T. M. Healy. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1917. 192 pages. excellent copy. 44

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32.The Irish in Australia. James F. Hogan. LONDON, Ward & Downey. 1887. 350 pages. nice copy in original cloth with old college library stamp. 95

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33.Mr. Gregory's Letter-Box 1813-1835. Lady Gregory editor. NEW YORK, Oxford University Press. 1982. 245 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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34.The Irish Parliamentary Tradition. edited Brian Farrell, with Three Essays on the Treaty Debate by F. S. L. Lyons. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1973. 286 pages. excellent copy in torn dust wrapper. 40

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35.An Ironside of Ireland. The Remarkable Career of Lieutenant General Michael Jones, Commander of the Parliamentary Forces in Leinster 1647-1649. Archibald Kerr. LONDON, Heath Cranton. [1923] 164 pages. 70

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36.Selections from the Correspondence of Arthur Capel. Earl of Essex 1675-1677. edited by Clement Edwards Pike. LONDON, Camden Series. 1913. 162 pages. Arthur Capel the Earl of Essex was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1672 to 1677. The historical value of these letters has long been recognised. 65

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37.The Common Scientist in the Seventeenth Century. A Study of the Dublin Philosophical Society 1683-1708. K. Theodore Hoppen. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1970. 297 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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38.Here's to Their Memory. Profiles of Distinguished Sligonians of Bygone Days. John McTernan. DUBLIN, The Mercier Press. 1977. 427 pages. dust wrapper. an invaluable book for those interested in Sligo's history. 55

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40.Irish Whiskey, History of Distilling, the Spirit Trade and Excise Controls. E. B. McGuire. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1973. 462 pages. dust wrapper. 65

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41.[Richard Laurence, Bishop of Cashel] A Sermon preached before His Excellency The Lord Lieutenant, at the Castle Chapel, Dublin, Christmas Day, 1825. DUBLIN, Richard Milliken. 1826. 24 pages. A Charge delivered at the Triennial Visitation of the Province of Munster in the year 1826. DUBLIN, Richard Milliken, 1926. 24 pages. A Charge delivered to Clergy at the Triennial Visitation of the Province of Munster in the year 1829. DUBLIN, Richard Milliken, 1830. 20 pages. A Charge delivered at the Primary Triennial Visitation of the Province of Munster in the year 1823. DUBLIN, Richard Milliken. 1823. 34 pages, liii pages. A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Dioceses of Cashel and Emly at the Primary Visitation in September, 1822. DUBLIN, Richard Milliken. 1822. 28 pages. Remarks upon Certain Objections published in the Dublin Newspaper called the Warder, against the Tithe Composition Bill now pending in Parliament. LONDON, Spottiswoode, 1823. 16 pages. Remarks upon the Laws affecting Ecclesiastical Pluralities particularly in Ireland. DUBLIN, Bentham and Hardy. 1829. 40 pages. Remarks upon the Medical Effects of the Chlorides of Lime and Soda. DUBLIN, Hodges and Smith. 1832. 28 pages. Extracts from a Formulary for the Visitation of the Saxon Churches, AD. 1528. Oxford, Baxter. 1838. 18 pages. On the Existence of the Soul after Death: A Dissertation opposed to the Principles of Priestly, Law and their respectful followers. LONDON, Rivington. 1834. 114 pages. The Visitation of the Saxon Reformed Church , in the years 1527 and 1528, with an introduction and some remarks on Newman's 'Lecture on Justification.' DUBLIN, Richard Milliken, 1839. 200 pages. Eleven pamphlets bound in one volume; contemporary attractive full maroon leather with gilt edging. Richard Laurence appointed bishop of Cashel in 1822; was a prolific writer on a variety of subjects. This collection of his works gives us an indication of his interests, ranging from theology and the patronage of bishops to science. His charges to the diocese though ostensibly a dull topic, contain important insights of the Protestant establishment into the issues of the time, including both the tithe controversy and agrarian disorder. 475

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42.The Church Establishment in Ireland. The Freeman's Journal Church Commission. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 406 pages. lovely copy in original cloth. 95

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43.Commercial Relations Between England and Ireland from the Restoration. Alice Effie Murray. LONDON, P. S. King & Son. 1907. 486 pages. excellent copy. A well argued proposition that Ireland's prevailing difficulties were primarily based on economic causes rather than religious or political ones. 55

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44.Ireland and Irishmen in the French Revolution. Richard Hayes. LONDON, Ernst Benn Ltd. 1932. 314 pages. illustrations. 85

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45.Past and Present Policy of England towards Ireland. [Charles Cavendish Greville] LONDON, Edward Moxon. 1845. 373 pages. 85

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47.Phases of Irish History. Eoin MacNeill. DUBLIN, Gill & Son Ltd. 1920. 364 pages. spine faded, and some annotations. The pre-Celtic inhabitants of Ireland, Celtic colonisation, the introduction of Christianity and the Norman conquest are among the subjects covered by one of Ireland's most eminent scholars ever. 40

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48.The Moores of Moore Hall. Joseph Hone. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1939. 287 pages. nice copy. 65

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49.Aranmen All. Tom O'Flaherty. LONDON, Hamish Hamilton. 1934. 192 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 65

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50.Essex Papers. volume 1- 1672-1679. edited by Osmund Airey. LONDON. Printed for the Camden Society. 1890. 326 occasional foxing. This correspondence covers the period of Essex's Viceroyalty of Ireland from 1672 to 1679. 65

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51.A Handbook of Irish Folklore. Sean O'Suilleabhain.DUBLIN, The Folklore Society of Ireland. 1942. 699 pages. signs of use. 95

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52.Young Ireland. A Fragment of Irish History 1840-45. Final Revision. illustrated. Charles Gavan Duffy. LONDON, T. Fisher Unwin. 1896. 2 volumes, 196 pages, 240 pages. excellent set. 95

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53.The Ardagh Chalice. A Description of the Ministral Chalice found at Ardagh, County Limerick in 1868. L. S. Gogan. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan Ltd. 1932. 94 pages. old college stamp. 35

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54.The Siege of Londonderry. 1689. Cecil Davis Milligan. LONDONDERRY. 1951. 404 pages. excellent copy. 65

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55.Merchants and Shopkeepers, A Historical Anthropology of an Irish Market Town 1200-1991. P. H. Gulliver and Marilyn Silverman. University of Toronto Press. 1995. 440 pages. fine. An unusual study, concentrating on the history of commerce in the Kilkenny town of Thomastown. 70

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56.Ireland as it is and as it would be Under Home Rule. Sixty two letters written by the Special Commissioner of the Birmingham Gazette, with map showing the places visited. BIRMINGHAM, Birmingham Daily Gazette. 1893. 415 pages. Slight wear to extremities, name stamped on title but a good copy. A strongly pro-loyalist work, but one which contains a vast amount of invaluable detail on conditions in Ireland in the latter part of the nineteenth century. 95

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57.The Great Tyrconnel. A Chapter in Anglo-Irish Relations. Sir Charles Petrie. CORK, Mercier Press. 1972. 263 pages. 35

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58.Parnell and his Party 1880-90. Conor Cruise O'Brien. OXFORD, The Clarendon Press. 1968. 373 pages. near fine copy. 45

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59.Pantheisticon. The Career of John Toland. Robert Rees Evans. NEW YORK, Peter Lang. 1991. 232 pages. fine. A detailed study of one of Ireland's foremost philosophers; Toland was born in Donegal in 1670. 55

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60.Connolly Column. The Story of the Irishmen who fought in the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939. Michael O'Riordan. DUBLIN, New Books Publications. 1979. 232 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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61.Ireland Since the Famine. F. S. L. Lyons. LONDON, Weidenfeld & Nicholson. 1971. 852 pages. 45

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62.Stolen Waters. A Page in the Conquest of Ulster. T. M. Healy. LONDON, Longmans, Green & Co. 1913. 492 pages. excellent copy. 55

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63.The Diaries of Mary, Countess of Meath. Edited by her Husband. LONDON, Hutchinson. [1938] Two volumes, 286 pages, 238 pages. very good set. 85

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64.Irish Minstrelsy or Bardic Remains of Ireland, with English Poetical Translations. James Hardiman, introduction by Maire Mhac an tSaoi. SHANNON. Irish University Press. 1971 reprint of 1831 edition. 2 volumes. lxx, 376 pages, 435 pages. dust wrapper. lovely set. 95

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65.Gleanings From Irish History. William F. T. Butler. LONDON, Longmans, Green & Co.335 pages. excellent copy in dust wrapper. 'A description from contemporary sources of the leading features of the organisation of the Gaelic portions of Ireland at the time when the old Gaelic polity was passing away, and was being replaced by English institutions.' The Lordship of MacCarthy Mor, The Lordship of MacCarthy Reagh, The Policy of Surrender and Regrant, The Cromwellian Confiscation in Muskerry are the topics covered. 55

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66.History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798; with Memoirs of the Union, and Emmett's Insurrection in 1803. W. H. Maxwell, illustrated by George Cruikshank. LONDON. 1903. 477 pages. excellent copy. 85

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67.The Banshee. The Irish Supernatural Death-Messenger. Patricia Lysaght. DUBLIN, Glendale Press. 1986. 433 pages. near fine. 65

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68.The Downshire Estates in Ireland 1801-45. The Management of Irish Landed Estates in the early nineteenth century. W. A. Maguire. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1972. 284 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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69.Paul Cardinal Cullen and the Shaping of Modern Irish Catholicism. Desmond Bowen. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1983. 311 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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70.Dictionary of the Print Trade in Ireland 1550 - 1775. Robert Munter. Fordham University Press. 1998. 342 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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71.Archaeology of Ireland. Robert Macalister. LONDON, Methuen. 1928. 374 pages. excellent copy. 55

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72.The Church and the Two Nations in Medieval Ireland. J. A. Watt. Cambridge University Press. 1970 251 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 65

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73.Parliaments and Councils of Mediaeval Ireland. H. G. Richardson and G. O. Sayles editors. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1947. 251 pages. very good in modern cloth. 55

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74.Condition & Prospects of Ireland. Jonathan Pim. DUBLIN, Hodges and Smith. 1848. 348 pages. some wear to extremities. 125

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75.A Life Spent for Ireland. Selections from the Journals of the late W. J. O'Neill Daunt. W. J. O'Neill Daunt, edited by his daughter. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1972. 420 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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76.The End of the Irish Parliament. Joseph R. Fisher. LONDON, Edward Arnold. 1911. 316 pages. near fine. 55

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77.Ireland in 1921. C. J. C. Street ' 1710'. LONDON, Philip Allan & Co. 1922. 320 pages. Detailed contemporary account of the Republican campaign against the British. 55

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78.God's Other Children. Protestant Nonconformists and the Emergence of Denominational Churches in Ireland, 1660-1700. Richard L. Greaves. CALIFORNIA, Stanford University Press. 1997. 471 pages. near fine. 45

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79.James Ussher Archbishop of Armagh. R. Buick Knox. University of Wales Press. 1967. 202 pages. near fine. dust wrapper. 30

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80.Letters of Charles O'Conor of Belanagare. A Catholic Voice in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. edited by Robert E. Ward, John F. Wrynn and Catherine Coogan Ward. Catholic University of America Press. 1988. 537 pages. near fine. 85

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81.Australia & Ireland 1788-1988. Bicentenary Essays. Colm Kiernan editor. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1986. 309 pages. near fine. 45

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82.The Celtic Realms. Myles Dillon & Nora K. Chadwick. LONDON, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1967. 355 pages. 45

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83.The Danish Force in Ireland 1690-1691. edited by K. Danaher and J. G. Simms. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1962. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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84.Feilscribhinn Torna, Trachtaisi Leanta in Onoir don Ollamh Tadhg Ua Donnchadha. Seamus Pender do chuir in eagar. CORK, Clo Ollscoile Chorcai. 1947. 258 pages. A major collection of essays on aspects of the culture, poetry, archaeology, language and history of the country. 75

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85.The Tribes of Ireland. A Satire by Aenghus O'Daly; with Translation by the late James Clarence Mangan; together with an Historical Account of the Family of O'Daly; and an Introduction to the History of Satire in Ireland. John O'Donovan. CORK,Tower Books. 1976 reprint of 1852 edition. 112 pages. dust wrapper near fine. 40

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86.The Birds of Ireland. An account of the Distribution, Migration and Habits of Birds as observed in Ireland. Including an Introduction and Tables showing the Distribution of Birds in the Breeding Season. With a Coloured Plate, Maps and Other Illustrations. Richard J. Usher and Robert Warren. LONDON, Gurney & Jackson. 1900. 419 pages. excellent copy with minimal wear. 135

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87.St. Isidore's College Rome. Father Patrick Conlan. ROME. 1982. 238 pages. large format paperback. 30

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88.Soils of County Clare, National Soil Survey of Ireland. T. F. Finch. DUBLIN, An Foras Taluntais. 1971. 246 pages. with large folding colour maps. 45

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89.The Upstart Earl. The Social and Mental World of Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork 1566-1643. Nicholas Canny. University Press Cambridge. 1982. 211 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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90.Ireland in the Age of Imperialism and Revolution 1760-1801. R. B. McDowell. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1979. 740 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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91.The Irish Exiles in Australia. T. J. Kiernan. DUBLIN, Clonmore & Reynolds. 1954. 196 pages. 55

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92.Principles of Freedom. Terence Mac Swiney, Late Lord Mayor of Coark. Talbot Press, DUBLIN. 1921. 244 pages. nice copy. 35

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93.The Catechism or Christian Doctrine by Way of Question and Answer Drawn chiefly from the express word of God and other pure sources. Rev. Andrew Donlevy. DUBLIN, Royal College of Saint Patrick, Maynooth. 1848. 450 pages. Gaelic and English script on alternate pages. 95

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94.Realities of Irish Life. W. Steuart Trench, land agent in Ireland to marquis of Lansdowne, marquis of Bath and Lord Digby. Longmans, Green. Circa 1890. 416 pages. 65

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95.The Reformations in Ireland. Tradition and Confessionalism, 1400-1690. Samantha Meigs. Gill & Macmillan. 1997. illustrated. 284 pages. wrappers. near fine. an examination of the remarkable resiliency of the Catholic Church in Ireland during the period in question. 15

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96.Eachtra Ghiolla an Amarain or The Adventures of a Luckless Fellow and other Poems by Donnchadh Ruadh MacConmara. edited by Tomas O'Flannghaile, with life of the poet by John Fleming. Sealy Bryers & Walker. 1897. 111 pages. 55

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97.Hibernia Hippica. M. O'Connor Morris. LONDON, Harrison & Sons. 1900. 120 pages. folding map showing fox and stag hunt districts in Ireland. re hunts and hunting in Ireland. 45

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98.Fethard: Its Abbey. Rev J. A. Knowles. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. 1903. 167 pages. 55

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99.Glankeen of Borrisoleigh. Very Rev. Michael Kenny. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. 1944. 114 pages. 65

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100.The Patriotic Songs and Poems of J. J. Finnan [Myles]. LIMERICK, Guy and Co. 1913. 230 pages. a very good copy in embossed cloth. an interesting work by a little known Tipperary poet. 65

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101.Brendan The Navigator. An Interpretation. Dr. George A. Little. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1946. 253 pages. lovely copy. 40

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102.Ireland and the Anglo-Norman Church. Rev. G. T. Stokes. LONDON, Hodder & Stoughton. 1897. 391 pages. excellent copy, old college stamps. 45

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109.Ireland in the Empire 1688-1770, a History of Ireland from the Williamite Wars to the eve of the American Revolution. Francis Godwin James. MASSACHUSETTS, Harvard University Press. 1973. 356 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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110.The Story of the Irish before the Conquest. Revised and enlarged edition, with map and illustrations. Lady Ferguson. DUBLIN, Sealy, Briars & Walker. 1903. old society stamps. 85

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111.A New Treatise on the Glaucoma or Cataract. Silvester O'Halloran of Limerick, surgeon. Classics of Opthalmology Library. 1990 reprint of the 1750 Dublin edition. A privately printed and limited edition, bound in full decorative leather, 'genuine top-grain cowhide'. 95

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112.The MacCarthys of Munster. The Story of a Great Irish Sept. Samuel Trant McCarthy. DUNDALK, Dundalgan Press. 1922. 400 pages. 115

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113.Pii Antistitis Icon or the Life of Francis Kirwan, Bishop of Killala. Collotype Facsimiles. John Lynch. DUBLIN, Stationery Office, The Irish Manuscript Commission. 1951 reprint of the 1669 edition. 116 pages. 55

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114.A Primer of Irish Metrics. Kuno Meyer. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd. 1909. 63 pages. 35

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115.Sheridan and His Times by an Octogenarian, who stood by his knee in Youth and sat at his Table in Manhood. J. F. Hope. LONDON. 1849. 2 volumes 316 pages, 326 pages. slight wear to original cloth. 85

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116.The Heiress of Bruges; a Tale. Thomas Colley Grattan. LONDON, Thomas Hodgson. 528 pages. no date, circa 1835. Bound with, Belle of the Family. Mrs Grey. LONDON, J & G Brown. 301 pages. Two volumes bound in one, contemporary half leather. Grattan was a native of Dublin. 95

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117.The Irish Dominicans of the Seventeenth Century by Father John O'Heyne first published in Louvain in 1706 reprinted with a translation and Historical Sketches of all the Ancient Dominican Foundations in Ireland. Ambrose Coleman. DUNDALK. 1902. 403 pages. excellent copy, old college stamp on title page. 65

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118.Saint Bernard of Clairvaux's Life of Saint Malachy of Armagh. H. J. Lawlor. LONDON, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1920. 184 pages. near fine copy. 35

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119.History of the Earls of Desmond and Earl of Cork and Sir Walter Raleigh in Munster and a History and Guide to the Religious and Collegiate Foundations in Youghal. Charles O'L Ronayne. LONDON, McCaw, Stevenson & Orr. 1929. near fine. 95

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120.Hibernia Hodierna or Ireland of To-day. M. O'Connor Morris. LONDON, Harrison & Sons. 1897. 124 pages. 35

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121.John Keogh. The Pioneer of Catholic Emancipation. Denis Gwynn. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 1930. 76 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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122.Some Passages in the Early Classical Learning in Ireland. Right Hon. Justice Madden. DUBLIN. Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1908. 45

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123.The Irish Volunteers 1913 - 1915. Recollections and Documents. Edited F.X. Martin, O. S. A. Foreword by Eamon De Valera. James Duffy & Co. DUBLIN. 1963. 207 pages. dust wrapper. This volume consists of first hand accounts of the founding of the Irish volunteers. 45

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124.Incidents in the Life and Ministry of the Rev. Alex. R. C. Dallas, honorary secretary to the society for Irish Church Missions to the Roman Catholics. by his Widow. LONDON, James Nisbet. 1873. 596 pages. embossed cloth. 125

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125.The Life of John Banim, the Irish Novelist, with extracts from his correspondence. Patrick Joseph Murray. LONDON, William Lay. 1857. 334 pages. excellent copy. 95

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126.History of the Parish of Newport [Tipperary]. Rev. Patrick Lee. THURLES. 1934. near fine. 85

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128.Luca Wadding O. F. M. L'Annalista Dei Francescani. Fausta Casolini. MILANO, Societa Editrice 'Vita E Pensiero'. 1936. 284 pages. 45

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129.The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland or The Story of the Land League Revolution. Michael Davitt. LONDON. Harper & Brothers. 1904. 751 pages. 95

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130.All Graduates and Gentlemen. Marshes Library. Muriel McCarthy. O'Brien Press. 1980. 240 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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131.Donegal Authors: A Bibliography. Brenda O'Hanrahan. DUBLIN, Irish Academic. 1982. 275 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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132.A Bibliography of the Works of Louis MacNeice. C. M. Armitage and Neil Clark. CANADA, University of Alberta Press. 1973. 136 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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133.Ireland Since the Union. Sketches of Irish History from 1798 to 1886. Justin H. McCarthy. CHICAGO, Belford Clarke. 1887. 368 pages. excellent condition. A detailed work by an ardent proponent of Home Rule for Ireland. Despite the copious information presented on various subjects, especially secret societies and land agitation, one is struck by the relative absence of comment on the Famine despite its enormous consequences. 45

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134.The History of the Irish Newspaper 1685-1760. Robert Munter. CAMBRIDGE, The University Press. 1967. 217 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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135.Irish Life in the Seventeenth Century After Cromwell. Edward MacLysaght. DUBLIN. The Talbot Press Ltd. 1939. 463 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 'The everyday life of Irish people of all classes in the second half of the sixteenth century'. Though modern historical research has thrown much new light on the period in question, MacLysaght's work remains a valuable source book. 65

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136.The Church in Early Irish Society. Kathleen Hughes. LONDON, Methuen & Co. Ltd. 303 pages. dust wrapper. An outstanding book on the organisation of the Celtic church, at a time when it achieved unprecedented power and influence. 55

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137.Leaders and Men of the Easter Rising Dublin 1916. F. X. Martin editor. Cornell University. 1967. dust wrapper. superb copy. 45

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138.The Sign of Doctor Hay's Head. Accounts of the Hazards and Fortunes of Catholic Printers and Publishers in Dublin from the later Penal Times to the Present Day. Thomas Wall. DUBLIN, M. Gill & Son. 1958. 156 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 25

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139.The Letters of Lord Chief Baron Edward Wiles to the Earl of Warwick, 1757-1762. An account of Ireland in the mid-eighteenth century. Editor James Kelly. Boethius Press. 1990 141 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This description of Ireland is an important account of Ireland in the eighteenth century. Written between 1757-1762 while Wiles was Lord Baron of the Exchequer. Detailed notes on the text by Dr. James Kelly are a very valuable addition. 20

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140.The Celtic Church and The See of Peter. Rev. John Cambell McNaught. OXFORD, Basil Blackwell. 1932. 118 pages. dust wrapper. very good. The British Church, Missions of St. Ninian, St. Germanus, St. Palladius and of St. Patrick, Testimony of St. Columbanus, Paschal, Controversy, The Tonsure are among the contents. 55

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141.Munster at War. Barry O'Brien. CORK. Mercier Press. 1971. 237 pages. dust wrapper. Gaelic, Viking, Norman, Tudor, Elizabethan, Confederate, Cromwellian, Jacobite and Fenian conflicts are all covered in this work. 35

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142.Arthur Dobbs Esquire 1689-1765. Surveyor-General of Ireland, Prospector and Governor of North Carolina. Desmond Clarke. U. S. A., University of North Carolina Press. 1957. 232 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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143. The Great Irish Rebellion of 1798. The Thomas Davis Lectures. edited by Cathal Poirteir. Mercier Press. 1998. paperback. near fine. 10

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144.A Contribution Towards a Bibliography of the History of County Kildare in Printed Books. Compiled by Michael V. Kavanagh. Kildare County Council. 1976. 328 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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145.Prince of Dublin Printers: The Letters of George Faulkner. Robert E. Ward. The University Press of Kentucky. 1972. 142 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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146.Land and Liberty. Laurence Ginnell. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. 1908. 246 pages. lovely copy. An interesting work relating to land agitation. 45

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147.Here and There Through Ireland. Mary Banim. DUBLIN, The Freeman's Journal. circa 1890. Two parts in one volume, 308 pages, 345 pages. illustrated edition in original cloth with harp embossed on front cover; title page somewhat soiled. excellent and detailed travel account. 95

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148.Timothy Healy: Memories and Anecdotes. Sir Dunbar Plunket Barton. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1933. 128 pages. 35

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149.Sketches of Nature: Comprising Views of Zoology, Botany, & Geology. Jane Lucretia Guinness. LONDON, Hamilton Adams & Company. 1843. 406 pages. frontispiece. nice copy in original cloth. 155

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150.''New Views on Ireland.'' or Irish Land: Grievances: Remedies. Charles Russell. LONDON, Macmillan and Co. 1880. 246 pages. A major indictment of landlordism in Ireland, particularly in County Kerry by Russell a member of parliament. 95

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151.Priests and People in Ireland. Michael J. F. McCarthy. LONDON, Hodder & Stoughton. 1908. 624 pages. lovely copy. 45

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152.Leabhar na nUrnaighe Comhchoitchionn agus Mhiniostralachd maille ris An tSailtair no Psalmuibh Dhabhi. BAILE ATHA CLIATH,ar na chur a gclo re M. Goodwin. 1825. 478 pages. bound in contemporary rough cloth with wear to hinges; obviously a book that was used by its owners. 95

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153.An Irish Commune. The History of Ralahine [County Clare]. E. T. Craig. Introduction by George Russell, AE, with notes by Diarmuid O Cobhthaigh. DUBLIN. 1919. 178 pages. 85

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155.Edward Martyn and the Irish Theatre. Sr. Marie-Therese Courtney. NEW YORK, Vantage Press. 1956. 188 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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156.The Captain with the Whiskers. Benedict Kiely. LONDON, Methuen. 1960. 288 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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157.Derry: A Tale of the Revolution of 1688. Charlotte Elizabeth. LONDON, James Nisbet & Co. 1839. 317 nice copy in embossed cloth with frontispiece. 45

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158.Captain Rock detected: or The Origin and Character of the Recent Disturbances and The Cause, both Moral and Political of the Present Alarming Condition of the South and West of Ireland. A Munster Farmer. LONDON, T. Cadell. 1924. 450 pages. good copy in modern cloth. 85

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159.The Islands of Ireland. Their Scenery, People, Life and Antiquities. Thomas H. Mason. LONDON, B. T. Batsford Ltd. 1936. 135 pages. excellent copy in the attractive dust wrapper. 45

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160.A History of the Irish Parliamentary Party. Butt and Parnell; Nationhood and Anarchy; the Curse of American Money; Parnell and the Lieutenants; Complicity and Betrayal, with an Epilogue to the Present Day. F. H. O'Donnell. LONDON, Longmans & Co. 1910. 2 volumes, 508 pages, 494 pages. excellent set of an important work. 125

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161.The Pursuit of Robert Emmet. Helen Landreth. NEW YORK, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc. 1948. 407 pages. 45

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162.The Life of Thomas Reynolds, formerly of Kilkea Castle, Co. Kildare. Thomas Reynolds his Son. LONDON, Henry Hooper. 1839. 2 volumes bound in one, 487 pages and 598 pages. excellent copy apart from occasional foxing. 135

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163.The Irish Catholic Experience. A Historical Survey. Patrick J. Corish. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1985. 283 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. An outstanding work on the history of Irish Catholicism from the early years of the Celtic Church including Reformation, Penal Laws right through to modern times. 45

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164.The House of Gregory. Vere R. T. Gregory. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan Ltd. 1943. 210 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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165.Schools of Kildare & Leighlin 1775-1835. Rev. Martin Brenan. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1935. 616 pages. apart from piece cut from title page and subsequent repair an excellent copy. This was Sean O'Corcora's copy. 95

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166.The Monastery of Saint Mochaoi of Nendrum. H. C. Lawlor. foreword by R. A. S. MacAllister. BELFAST, Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society. 1925. xii pages, 176 pages. illustrated. 75

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167.History of the O'Dalys. The Story of the Ancient Irish Sept. The Race of Dalach of Corca Adaimh. Edmund Emmet O'Daly. USA, The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co. 1937. 546 pages. author's bookplate inside front cover. near fine. 150

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168.The Years of My Pilgrimage. Random Reminiscences. Sir John Ross. LONDON, Edward Arnold & Co. 1924. 304 pages. lovely copy. 55

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169.Rambles in Europe: in Ireland, Scotland, England, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and France with Historical facts relating to Scotch-American Families gathered in Scotland and Ireland, illustrated. Leonard A. Morrison. BOSTON, Cupples. 1988. 351 pages. circa 1890. near fine copy in original embossed cloth. 95

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170.Secret Service Under Pitt. W. J. Fitzpatrick. LONDON, Longmans Green & Co. 1892. 400 pages. excellent copy. 85

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171.Father Luke Wadding. Commemorative Volume. edited by the Franciscan fathers, Dun Mhuire, KILLINEY. Clonmore & Reynolds. 1957. 652 pages . excellent copy in tatty dust wrapper, with the stamps of a Franciscan College. 55

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172.Synge and Irish Literature. A Study. Daniel Corkery. Cork University Press. 1931. 243 pages. excellent copy. 45

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173.The Story of the Irish in BOSTON, together with Biographical Sketches of Representative Men and Noted Women. edited and compiled by James Cullen. BOSTON, James Cullen. 1889. 444 , illustrated. 125

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174.Political Parties in the Irish Free State. Warner Moss. NEW YORK, Columbia University Press. 1933. 233 pages. This study concentrates on Cumann na nGaedheal, Fianna Fail and Labour. The author consulted a wide variety of sources, both people and printed text in his compilation of an invaluable and contemporary study of The Political situation in Ireland in the 1930s. 55

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175.Edward Martyn [1859-1924] and the Irish Revival. Denis Gwynn. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. no date. 350 pages. dust wrapper. occasional foxing to preliminary and final pages. 45

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176.Sioladoiri. Eoghhan O'Comhraidhe agus Sean O'Donnabhain. Brathair Criostamhail. DUBLIN, Oifig an tSolathair. 1947. 268 pages. 30

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177.Celtic Studies from the German of Doctor Hermann Ebel with an Introduction on Roots, Stems, and Derivatives, and on Case-endings of Nouns in the Indo-European Languages. William K. Sullivan. Professor in the Catholic University of Ireland. LONDON, William & Norgate. 1863. 232 pages. some splitting to one side. 95

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178.Irish Folktales collected by Jeremiah Curtin. edited by Seamas O'Duillearga. Talbot Press. 1943. 166 pages. dust wrapper. wrappers. near fine. 45

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179.Bealoideas. Iris an Chumainn le Bealoideas Eireann. The Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society, 1977-79. eagarthoir Bo Almqvist. DUBLIN, 1979. 296 pages. wrappers. 15

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180. The Rise of the Irish Linen Industry. Conrad Gill. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1964. 360 Pages. dust wrapper. 85

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181.Occasional Sermons, Addresses and Essays. Rev. George Conry, D. D. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1888. 478 pages. 65

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182.Doctor Collission in and on Ireland. A Diary of a Tour, with Personal Anecdotes, Notes Auto-Biographical and Impressions. W. A. Houston Collisson. LONDON, Robert Sutton. 1908. 45

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184.The Memoirs of Dr. Richard Robert Madden 1798-1886. edited by his son Thomas More Madden. NEW YORK, The Catholic Publication Society Co. 1892. 328 pages. 95

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185.Sources for the Early History of Ireland, an Introduction and a Guide. Ecclesiatical. James F. Kenney. NEW YORK, Columbia University Press. 1929. 804 pages. near fine. 85

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186.An Ecclesiastical History of Ireland from the Introduction of Christianity into that Country to the Year 1829. The Rev M. J. Brenan. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. circa 1880. 682 pages. excellent copy. 85

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187.By Mortal and Immortal Seas. Jonathan Hanaghan. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 1931. 84 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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188.Limerick's Fighting Story from 1916 to the Truce with Britain. edited by Colonel J. M. MacCarthy. TRALEE, Anvil Books. 256 pages. wrappers. 35

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190.Lady Gregory. The Woman Behind the Irish Renaissance. Mary Lou Kohfeldt. LONDON, Andre Deutsch. 1985. 366 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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191.The land and People of Nineteenth Century Cork. The Rural Economy and the Land Question. James S. Donnelly Jr. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1988. 440 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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192.The Inchiquin Manuscripts. edited by John Ainsworth. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 1961. 749 pages. 155

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193.Saorstat Eireann. Irish Free State Official Handbook. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1932. 324 pages. plus folding map in pocket. excellent copy. 75

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194.An Leabhar Muimhneach Maraon le Suim Aguisini. Tadhg O'Donnchadha Ollamh le Gaedhilg. BAILE ATHA CLIATH. 535 pages. near fine. 95

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196.The Witch on the Wall. Medieval Erotic Sculpture in the British Isles. Jorgen Andersen. COPENHAGEN, Rosenkilde and Bagger. 1977. 172 pages. near fine condition. 95

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197.Pleasant Places. George Birmingham. LONDON, William Heinemann Ltd. 1934. 319 pages. excellent copy. 50

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198.With 'The Thirty-Second' in the Peninsular and other Campaigns. by Harry Ross-Lewin of Ross Hill, County Clare, edited by John Wardell. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd. 1904. 368 pages. excellent copy. 95

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199.Prehistoric Ireland. Joseph Raftery. LONDON, B.T. Batsford Ltd. 1951. 228 pages. excellent copy in modern cloth. 55

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200.Some Irish Altar Plate. A descriptive List of Chalices and Patens dating from the Fourteenth to the end of the Seventeenth Century. J.J. Buckley. DUBLIN, Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 1943. 226 pages. near fine. 95

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201.Irish Tunes for the Scottish and Irish War-Pipes. compiled by William Walsh, Chicago, arranged by David Glen, Edinburgh. EDINBURGH, David Glen. circa 1890. oblong shape. attractive item, near fine in original wrappers. 45

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202.The Dun Emer Press, later the Cuala Press. Liam Miller. DUBLIN, Dolmen. 1973. wrappers. 30

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203.A History of Irish Forestry. Eoin Neeson. DUBLIN, Lilliput Press. 1991. 388 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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204.The History of Galway, City and County. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop. 1999. 492 pages. large format. superb book, profusely illustrated. fine. The comprehensive contents include, the prehistoric Gallagh man, the Attymon horse-bits, the battle of Aughrim, Galway authors, the War of Independence and subsequent Civil War, Kylemore Abbey, Kilmacduagh, Loughrea Castle and Commissioners, Dunguaire Castle, the Clanrickardes, the Connemara pony, Brendan the Navigator and Clonfert, megalithic tombs, the Galway races, the Galway Blazers and the Woodford evictions. 45

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205.The History of Galway, City and County. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK 1999. 492 pages. large format. superb book, profusely illustrated. fine. 18

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206.Historical Maps of Ireland. Michael Swift. LONDON, Parkgate Books. 1999. small oblong folio. dust wrapper. near fine. The maps in 'this unique book are reprinted from originals held by the Public Records Office in London. These superbly crafted charts are remarkable documents that until now have only been accessible to researchers'. Many of the earlier maps have interesting annotations on them, 'which help to emphaise that these were not only a record of the physical shape of Ireland, but also an essential part of the maintenance of British rule'. They range from the 16th to the 19th century. 25

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207.Old Irish and Highland Dress and that of the Isle of Man. H. F. McClintock. DUNDALK, Dundalgan Press. 1950, second and enlarged edition. 324 pages. large format, illustrated, some in colour. dust wrapper. superb copy. 115

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208.Passing the Time in Ballymenone. Culture and History of an Ulster Community. Henry Glassie. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1982. 852 pages. 65

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209.Leabhar an Athar Eoghan. The O'Growney Memorial Volume. edited by Agnes O'Farrelly. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1904. 378 pages. Generally a good copy apart from slight wear with occasional pages loose. 75

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210.The Plate in Trinity College, Dublin. J. P. Mahaffy. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1918. 94 pages. dust wrapper. 65

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211.Education Systems in Ireland from The Close of the Middle Ages. Selected texts with introduction. T. Corcoran of the Department of Education. University College, Dublin. 1928. 188 pages. 45

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212.Feakle. Kieran Sheedy. COUNTY CLARE, Feakle GAA Hurling Club. 1990. 507 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. a detailed local and sporting history of an east Clare parish. 45

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213.Decanatations. A Tribute in Honour of Maurice Craig. edited by Agnes Bernelle. Talbot Press. 1992. 252 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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214.The Flight of the Earls by Tadgh O'Cianain. edited by Rev. Paul Walsh. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1916. 268 pages. 85

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215.Liberty, Order & Law, Under Native Irish Rule. A Study in the Book of the Ancient Laws of Ireland. Sophie Bryant. LONDON, Harding & More Ltd. 1923. 399 pages. Limited edition of 500 copies, bound in paper boards with linen spine. 95

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216.The Volunteer Earl, being the Life and Times of James Caulfield, First Earl of Charlemont. Maurice James Craig. The Cresset Press. 1948. 276 pages. 50

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217.The Irish Franciscans 1651-1665. Benignus Millett. ROMA, Gregorian University Press. 1964. 578 pages. wrappers. near fine copy. This volume, part of the Analecta Gregoriana Series, is a most important work on not alone the Franciscan order in Ireland but of the wider historical and cultural developments that occurred during this period. 70

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218.Seventy Years 1852-1922. The Autobiography of Lady Gregory. edited by Colin Smythe. NEW YORK, Macmillan Publishing Co. 1976. 583 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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219.Letters on the State of Ireland addressed by J. K. L. to a friend in England. Bishop Doyle. DUBLIN, Richard Coyne. 1825. 364 pages. modern cloth with old college library stamp. 95

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220.'Ireland Sober, Ireland Free'. Drink and Temperance in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Elizabeth Malcolm. Syracuse University Press. 1986. 364 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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221.Antiquities of the Irish Countryside. Sean P. O'Riordain. LONDON, Methuen & Co. 1942. plates. wrappers. spine repaired. 30

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222.Togail Bruidne Da Derga. The Destruction of Da Derg's Hostel. edited with translation and glossarial index by Whitley Stokes. PARIS, Librairie Emile Bouillon. 1902. 200 pages. 95

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223.Life and the Dream. Memories of a Literary Life in Europe and America. Mary Colum. NEW YORK, Doubleday & Co. 1947. 466 pages. 30

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224.The Life and Correspondence of Lodowick Bryskett. Henry Plomer and Tom Peete Cross. CHICAGO, University of Chicago Press. 1927. some wear, occasional pencil underlining to text. The chequered career of Lodowick Bryskett throws considerable light on Irish affairs in the Elizabethan period. 70

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225.The Types of the Irish Folktale. FF Communications No. 188. edited for the Folklore Fellows by Reidar Christiansen and Seamas O'Duillearga. HELSINKI, Academia Scientiarurm 1963. 350 pages. wrappers. 55

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227.Ireland in Prehistory. Michael Herity and George Eogan. Routledge. 1977. 302 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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228.The Four Masters and Their Work. Father Paul Walsh. DUBLIN, The Sign of the Three Candles. 1944. wrappers. 60

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229.Zoomorphic Penannular Brooches. H. E. Kilbride-Jones. LONDON, The Society of Antiquaries of London. 1980. 153 pages. dust wrapper. An excellent study study on zoomorphic penannular brooches in both Britain and Ireland. 45

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231.Political Violence in Ireland. Government and Resistance since 1848. Charles Townshend. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1983. 445 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 55

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232.Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick and the Hibernian Society of Philadelphia for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland. 1771-1892. John H. Cambell. PHILADELPHIA, Hibernian Society. 1892. 570 pages. excellent copy in embossed cloth. 225

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233.Cummian's Letter De Controversia Paschalia and the De Ratione Conputandi. edited by Maura Walsh and Daibhi O'Croinin. TORONTO, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. 1988. 264 pages. wrappers. An analysis of 'the only important controversial document written in Ireland regarding the Paschal question that we still possess'. 55

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234.Letters and Leaders of My Day. T. M. Healy. NEW YORK, Frederick A. Stokes Co. 1929. 2 volumes, 678 pages. superb set. 165

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235.Coercion and Conciliation in Ireland 1880-1892. A Study in Conservative Unionism. L. P. Curtis Jr. NEW JERSEY, Princeton University Press. 1963. 460 pages. 35

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236.History of the Financial Administration of Ireland to 1817. T. J. Kiernan. LONDON, P. S. King & Son. 1930. 372 pages. 55

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237.History of Clare and the Dalcassian Clans of Tipperary, Limerick and Galway. Rev. P White. COUNTY CLARE, O'Brien Book Publications limited edition reprint [250 copies] of the 1887 edition. 398 pages. near fine. 75

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238.Religion, Law and Power, the Making of Protestant Ireland 1660-1760. S. J. Connolly. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1992. 346 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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239.Campaigning on the Upper Nile and Niger. Seymour Vandeleur, Lieutenant, Scots Guard with an introduction by Sir George T. Goldie. LONDON, Methuen. 1898. 320 pages, with maps, illustrations and plans. near fine in embossed cloth. 95

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240.Letters and Papers relating to the Irish Rebellion, between 1642-46. James Hogan editor. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 1936. 366 pages. dust wrapper. near fine in modern cloth. 85

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241.Irish Midland Studies. Essays in Commemoration of N. W. English. Harman Murtagh editor. ATHLONE, The Old Athlone Society. 1980. 255 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 65

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242.The Calendar of the Gormanston Register. James Mills & M. J. McEnery. DUBLIN, University Press. 1916. 252 pages. nicked cover. 95

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243.The Memorial Slabs of Clonmacnois, King's County: with an Appendix on the Materials for a History of the Monastery. R. A. Stewart Macalister. DUBLIN, The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 1909. 158 pages. excellent copy apart from split to frontispiece. 115

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244.Life of John Mitchel. William Dillon. LONDON, Kegan Paul Trench & Co. 1888 2 volumes. 343 pages, 312 pages. excellent set. 115

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245.Fitzwilliam Accounts 1560-65. Annesley Collection. edited by A. K. Longfield DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1960. 139 pages. near fine in modern cloth binding. 55

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246.The Rediscovery of Ireland's Past. The Celtic Revival 1830-1930. Jeanne Sheehy, photographs by George Mott. LONDON. Thames and Hudson. 1980. 208 pages. excellent copy. 45

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247.A Hand-List of Irish Newspapers 1685-1750. R. L. Munter. LONDON, Bowes & Bowes. 1960. 36 pages. wrappers. near fine. A Cambridge Bibliographical Society monograph. 40

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248.Cath Ruis Na Rig For Boinn; with Preface, Translation and Indices, also a treatise on Irish Neuter Substantives and a supplement to the Index Vocabulorum of Zeuss' Grammatica Celtica. Edmund Hogan. DUBLIN, Hodges Figgis & Co. 1892. 282 pages. modern cloth. Part of the Royal Irish Academy Todd Lecture Series. 95

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249.Maynooth and Victorian Ireland. Jeremiah Newman. Kenny's Bookshop GALWAY. 1983. 268 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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250.Sable Wings over the Land. Ennis, County Clare, and its wider Community during the Great Famine. Ciaran O'Murchadha. ENNIS, 1998. 332 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. In the preface to this outstanding book Professor James Donnelly remarks 'no one else has made more effective use of local newspapers than O'Murchadha'. 20

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251.Friar Nugent. A Study of Francis Lavalin Nugent 1569-1635, Agent of the Counter-Reformation. F. X. Martin. ROME, 1962. 358 pages. near fine in tatty dust wrapper. 65

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252.Irish Brigades in the Service of France. John Cornelius O'Callaghan. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1968 reprint of 1870 edition. 649 pages. O'Callaghan's monumental work on the enormous contribution to the Irish Brigades in France. A mine of information on many Irish families and individuals. 75

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253.Maynooth and Georgian Ireland. Jeremiah Newman. Kenny's Bookshop Galway. 1979. 268 pages. dust wrapper. near fine . 20

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254. Abbeys and Churches. Margaret McCord and Rigby Graham. BELFAST, Crannog Press. 1971. 366 pages. This is no 82 of a limited edition of 100 copies. near fine. a collection of drawings of abbeys and churches, with notes on the history and stories associated with the buildings. 125

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255.Strafford and Ireland. The History of His Vice-Royalty with an Account of His Trial. Hugh O'Grady. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1923. 2 Volumes. 1142 pages. some wear to covers. 115

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256.The Life of Tim Healy. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1927. 320 pages. 55

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257.Tubercolosis in Ireland. The National Survey 1950-53. James Deeny. DUBLIN, The Medical Research Council of Ireland. 1954. 301 pages. The etymology, folklore, history, mortality, morbidity and bacteriology of tubercolosis are all included in this major study by Deeny, who as Chief Medical Adviser was responsible for the response of the State to the threat posed by this disease. 50

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258.Protest in arms, the Irish Troubles 1916 - 1923. Edgar Holt. LONDON, Putnam. 328 pages. illustrated. 30

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259.James Connolly and the United States. The Road to the 1916 Irish Rebellion. Carl Reeve and Ann Barton Reeve. NEW JERSEY, Humanities Press, INC. 1978. 307 pages. dust wrapper. A study of the ten years spent by Connolly in the United States, from 1902-1910 which were critical in the development of his philosophies. 35

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260.Englishmen and Irish Troubles, British Public Opinion and the Making of Irish Policy, 1918-22. D. G. Boyce. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 253 pages. dust wrapper. 1972. An examination of the relationship between British public opinion and government policy and British attitudes to the Irish question. 40

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261.The Four Glorious Years. David Hogan. DUBLIN, Irish Press Limited. 1954. 404 pages. illustrated. A first hand account of many of the principal events in the 1917-1921 period, including The East Clare election, Mutiny in the R. I. C, Official reprisals etc. 45

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262.Britain and Ireland, 1914-1923. Sheila Lawlor. Gill & Macmillan. 1983. 291 pages. dust wrapper. A new detailed analsis of this period, based on many hitherto unused sources. 24

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263.The Irish Parliament in the Middle Ages. H. GH. Richardson and G. O. Sayles. University of Philadelphia Press. 1952. 394 pages. 75

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264.The Pursuit of the Heiress. Aristocratic Marriage in Ireland 1750-1820. A. P. W. Malcomson. Ulster Historical Foundation. 1982. 70 pages. large format. wrappers. near fine. 25

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265.The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland. An Essay on the Origin and Uses of the Round Towers of Ireland. George Petrie, introduction by Liam De Paor. SHANNON, Irish University Press reprint of the 1845 edition. 1970. 526 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 95

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266.North Munster Studies, Essays in honour of Monsignor Michael Moloney. Etienne Rynne editor. LIMERICK, The Thomond Archaeological Society. 1967. 535 pages. illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. A major collection of articles on the archaeology, history, numismatics and folklife of counties Limerick, Clare and Tipperary. 85

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267.The Elizabethan Conquest of Ireland. A Pattern Established 1565-1576. Nicholas Canny. SUSSEX, Harvester Press. 1976. 206 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. a superb study. 75

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268.The Making of the Irish Nation and the First Fruits of Federation. J. A. Partridge. LONDON, T. Fisher Unwin. 1886. 190 pages. 55

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269.The Story of an Irishman. Justin McCarthy. LONDON, Chatto & Windus. 1904. 411 pages. fading to spine. 45

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270.Mr. Justice Day of Kerry 1745-1841. A Discursive Memoir. Ella B. Day, foreword by Stephen Gwynn. EXETER, William Pollard & Co. 1938. 312. near fine copy. 125

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271.The Dowdall Deeds. Edited by Charles McNeill & A. J. Otway-Ruthven. Irish Manuscript Commission. 1960. 416 pages. near fine in modern cloth. These papers give an insight into Irish life from the 13th to the 17th century. 45

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272.Roger Casement. Brian Inglis. LONDON, Hodder & Stoughton. 1973. 448 dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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274.Remembering Sion. A Chronicle of Storm and Quiet. Desmond Ryan. LONDON, Arthur Barker Ltd. 1934. 308 pages. superb copy in dust wrapper.'A passionate record of the authors life.' 65

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275.The Sword of Light. From the Four Masters to Douglas Hyde 1636-1938. LONDON, Arthur Barker Ltd. 1939. 256 pages. excellent copy apart from occasional foxing in dust wrapper. 75

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276.The American Commission on Irish Independence 1919. The Diary, Correspondence and Report. edited by F. M. Carroll. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscripts Commission. 1985. 154 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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278.An Seanchaidhe Muimhneach. Meascra de Bhealoideas Ilchineal O 'An Lochrann'. 1907-1913. An Seabhac. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Institute Bealoideasa Eireann. 1932. 404 pages. 85

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279. My Irish Friends. Mrs. William O'Brien. DUBLIN, Burns Oates & Washbourne. 1937. 131 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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280.A Collection of the Protests of the Lords of Ireland from about 1634 to 1771. DUBLIN, J. Milliken. 1772. 132 pages. modern cloth with label. 175

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281.A Letter to Henry Hallam esq on the conduct of the Catholic Priesthood during the late elections in Ireland. W. S. Rose. LONDON, John Murray. 1826. 10 pages. A short contribution to an on-going controversy on the 'interference of catholic priests' in Irish elections. 65

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282.The Telescope; a familiar sketch combining a special notice of objects within the range of a small telescope, with a detail of the most interesting discoveries which have been made with the assistance of powerful telescopes, concerning the phenomena of the Heavenly Bodies. illustrated by the author's original drawings. Honourable Mrs Ward. LONDON, Groombridge & Sons. 1879. 170 pages, bound in contemporary embossed cloth, with attractive views of planets. old ownership stamp. Mary Ward was an intrepid Irish woman who contributed significantly to the study of astronomy in the nineteenth century. 95

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283.At Swim-two-birds. Flann O'Brien. LONDON, Macgibbon & Kee. 1961. dust wrapper. lovely copy of the second impression of the second edition. 45

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284.A Study in National Finance. T. J. Kiernan. DUBLIN, Talbot Press. 1923. 96 pages. original wrappers. 40

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285.The Birthplace of Saint Patrick. Rev. S. Malone. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1900. 168 pages. old college stamps on preliminary page, label on spine. an erudite refutation of the claims that St. Patrick was born in France. 55

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286.Thomas MacCurtain. Florence O' Donoghue. Kerryman Books. 1958. 228 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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287.My Fight for Irish Freedom. Dan Breen. DUBLIN. The Talbot Press. 1946. 258 pages. Co-organiser of the Solohead ambush, which signalled the beginning of the War of Independence, Breen continued to play a significant role in the ensuing hostilities. 45

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288.The Life of Gerald Griffin, by his Brother. [William Griffin ] DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1857. 404 pages. portrait of Griffin as frontispiece. attractive embossed cloth. 55

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289.Early Christian Ireland. A Manual of Irish Christian Archaeology. Rev. P. Power, University College Cork. DUBLIN, Gill & Son. 1925. 112 pages. wrappers. foxing. 35

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290.Specimens of Early Native Poetry of Ireland in English Metrical Translations. Henry Montgomery, introduction and commentary. DUBLIN, Hodges Figgis & Co. 1892. 311 pages. very good copy apart from one nick to spine in original embossed cloth. 115

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291.Our Irish Song Birds. Rev. Charles William Benson. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1886. 189 pages, coloured frontispiece. 75

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292.A Short Tour in the County Clare 1780. edited by Henry Henn. Cambridge, Trinity Hall. Ballinakella Press, 1986 reprint of the 1893 edition. 60 pages. attractive little book, near fine. 15

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293.Types of Celtic Life and Art. F. R. Montgomery Hitchcock. DUBLIN, Sealy Bryers & Walker. 1890. 137 pages. some foxing. dedication from the author. 65

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294.A Memoir of the Very Rev. Theobald Mathew with an account of the rise and progress of Temperance in Ireland. Rev. James Bermingham of Borrisokane, edited by P. H. Morris. NEW YORK, Alexander Blake. 1841. 216 pages. substantial foxing. 95

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295.Hibernia or the Future of Ireland. Bolton Waller. LONDON. circa 1890. some wear to covers. 35

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296.Lyra Hibernica Sacra. W. MacIlwaine compiler and editor. BELFAST, McCaw, Stevenson & Orr. 1878. 370 pages. some wear but a good copy in embossed cloth. 55

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297.James Connolly: The Forerunner. R. M. Fox. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 1946. 250 pages. 40

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298.Geology and Scenery in Ireland. J. B. Whittow. LONDON, Penguin. 1974. 302 pages. wrappers. 25

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299.The Old Friaries of Ennis and Quin. Father Paul Mary. Wexford, 1959. 104 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 30

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300.O Ghaillimh go Ceannn Boirne. Introduction to Burrenology. Edward Fox et als. Regional Technical College, Galway. 1978. 64 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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301.Father John Kenyon. A Patriot Priest of Forty-Eight. L. Fogarty. DUBLIN, Mahon's Printing Works. 186 pages. 35

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302.The Early Celtic Idea of History and the Modern Historian, an Inaugral Lecture. Kathleen Hughes. Cambridge University Press. 1977. 24 pages. wrappers. near fine. 15

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303.History of Kilmurry-Ibrickane. P. Ryan, P. P. DUBLIN. 1969. 86 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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304.Kilmurry McMahon and Killofin Remembered. An accurate and detailed account of a Rural Parish in the barony of Clonderlaw, Co. Clare. Paul Markham. ENNIS, Clare Champion. circa 1991. 236 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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305.The Mackey Story. Seamus O'Ceallaigh and Sean Murphy. LIMERICK, 1982. 272 pages. wrappers. Excellent copy. 35

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306.Clio's Daughters, Essays on Irish Women's History 1845-1939. edited by Bernadette Whelan. University of Limerick Press. 1997. paperback. Charlotte Grace O'Brien, Munster Women's Franchise League 1910-18, Cumann na mBann, the Limerick Link 1914-21, Lady 'hell-of-a-din' Peirce 1895-1939. 15

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307.The Life of Father Luke Wadding founder of St. Isodore's College, Rome. Joseph A. O'Shea. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill and Son. 1885. 200 pages. some wear to covers. 75

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308.With the I. R. A. in the Fight for Freedom. 1919 to the Truce. The Red Path of Glory. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 238 pages. decorative wrappers. near fine copy. 40

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310.The Mysteries of Ireland, account of Irish Secret Societies and their plots, with sketches of the Lives of the Leaders, their last speeches before condemnation and the History of Recent Murders in Ireland. LONDON, Milner and Company. circa 1885. 304 pages. modern cloth. 65

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311.The Irish College in Paris from 1578-1901, with a brief account of other colleges, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Nantes, Poitiers, Douai and Lille. Patrick Boyle. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1901. 236 pages. excellent copy. 75

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313.The Parish of Ballinasloe. Its History from the Earliest Times to the Present Day.Rev. Patrick K. Egan. DUBLIN, Clonmore & Reynolds Ltd. 1960. 355 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 95

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314.William O' Brien. The Irish Revolution and how it came about. Phoenix Publishing company. circa 1930. 462 pages. dust wrapper. old college stamps. excellent copy apart from occasional foxing. 40

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315.The Felon's track or History of the Attempted Outbreak in Ireland embracing the Leading Events from the year 1843 to 1848. Michael Doheny. DUBLIN. 1914. 316 pages. nice illustrated edition. 50

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316.The Howth Gun-Running 1914. Edited by F. X Martin. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1964. 201 pages. dust wrapper near fine. 30

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317.The Fenians in England 1865-1872. A Sense of Insecurity. Patrick Quinlivan and Paul Rose. LONDON, John Calder. 1982. 197 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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318.The Irish Land League Crisis. Norman Dunbar Palmer. NEW YORK, Octagon Books. 1978. 340 pages. 35

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319.Readjustments of Agricultural Tenure in Ireland. Elizabeth R. Hooker. The University of North Carolina Press. 1938. 245 pages. 65

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320.John Healy, Archbishop of Tuam. Rev. P. J. Joyce. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill. 1931. 330 pages. occasional foxing. 55

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321.The Green Book or Gleanings from the Writing-Desk of A Literary Agitator. John Cornelius O'Callaghan. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1845. 349 pages. modern cloth. 40

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322.Four Years in the Old World, Travels, Incidents and Evangelistic Labors of Dr and Mrs Palmer in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. NEW YORK. 1867. 700 pages. most attractive copy in embossed cloth. Their Irish visit comprised mostly of time spent in the Belfast area. 95

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323.Irish Swordsmen of France. Richard Hayes. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1934. 307 pages. 85

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324.The History of Ireland from the Treaty of Limerick to the Present Time. John Mitchel. Glasgow, Cameron Ferguson. 1890. 2 volumes in one. 304 pages, 265 pages. very good copy in embosssed cloth. 65

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325.Peasants and Power. The Whiteboy Movements and Their Control in Pre-Famine Ireland. Michael Beames. Sussex, The Harvest Press. 1983. 238 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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326.The Antient and Present State of the County and City of Waterford: being a Natural, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Historical and Topographical Description thereof. illustrated by remarks on the Baronies, Parishes, Towns, Villages, Mountains, Rivers, together with New and Correct Maps. Charles Smith. CORK, Mercier Press reprint of 1746 Dublin edition. 376 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 95

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327.Priests and People in Pre-Famine Ireland, 1780-1845. S. J. Connolly. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1982 pages. 338 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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328.Siamsa An Gheimhridh no Cois Teallaigh in Iar-Chonnachta. Donall O'Fotharta. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, faoi Choartha na dTri gCoinneal. 1947. 144 pages. wrappers. 25

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329.Ireland in the Age of the Tudors. R. Dudley Edwards. LONDON, Croom Helm. 1977. 222 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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330.Gerald Fitzgerald The Great Earl of Kildare [1456-1513]. Donough Bryan. DUBLIN, Talbot Press Ltd. 1933. 305 pages. 55

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331.The Rising. The Complete Story of Easter Week. Desmond Ryan. DUBLIN, Golden Eagle Books. 1957. 276 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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332.The Old Private Banks and Bankers of Munster. Eoin O'Kelly. University Press Cork. 1959. 173 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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333.Calton Younger. A State of Disunion, four studies: Griffith, Collins, Craig, De Valera. LONDON, Frederick Muller. 349 pages. dust wrapper. An attempt to show that the ideals and endeavours of four determined and capable men succeeded only in creating a state of disunity. 35

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334.Arthur Griffith and Non - Violent Sinn Fein. Richard P. Davis. Anvil Books. 1974. 232 pages. dust wrapper. Davis traces the evolution of Sinn Fein, its internal divisions, conflicts with Redmond's Party and the penetrating and perceptive ideas of Griffith. 35

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335.The Zeal of the Convert. The Life of Erskine Childers. Burke Wilkinson. GERRARD'S CROSS, Colin Smythe. 1978. 256 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Childers born in England became a famous novelist and served in the British Army. A convert to Irish republicanism he was Director of Propaganda for Dail Eireann. He took the anti - Treaty side in the Civil War, was arrested and executed. 20

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336.Terence Mac Swiney. Moirin Chavasse, with a foreword by Daniel Corkery. Clonmore & Reynolds. 1961. 232 pages. dust wrapper. Mac Swiney was an active participant in the War Of Independence and was elected Lord Mayor of Cork in 1920. Arrested, shortly afterwards he went on hunger strike. He died after a fast of seventy four days on 25th October 1920. 40

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337.The Big Fellow. Michael Collins and the Irish Revolution. Frank O' Connor. Clonmore & Reynolds. 1966. 192 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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338.Partition and the Limits of Irish Nationalism. Clare O'Halloran. USA. Humanities Press Int. 1987. 243 pages. dust wrapper. An analysis of the reaction of Irish nationalists to Partition and to Unionists. 30

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339.The Making of 1916. Studies in the history of the Rising. Edited by Kevin B. Nolan. 1969. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 338 pages. dust wrapper. The authors of this collection of essays include eminent historians F. S. L. Lyons, Dudley Edwards and G. A. Hayes-Mc Coy. Topics include The Sinn Fein Movement, The Decline of The Irish Nationalist Party at Westminster, The Citizen Army and a military history of The Rising. 55

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340.Revolutionary Underground. The Story of the Irish Republican Brotherhood 1858-1924. Leon O'Broin. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1976. 246 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 50

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342.History and the Shaping of Irish Protestantism. Desmond Bowen. NEW YORK, Peter Lang. 1995. 718 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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343.Westmeath as Others Saw it. Jeremiah Sheehan. MOATE. 1982. 224 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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344.Irish Politics and Social Conflict in the Age of the American Revolution. Maurice O'Connell. USA. University of Pennsylavania Press. 1965. 444 pages. near fine. 45

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345.Irish Public Opinion 1750-1800. R. B. McDowell. LONDON, Faber & Faber Ltd. 1944. 306 pages. very good copy in repaired dust wrapper. 45

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346.Patrick Pearse. The Triumph of Failure. Ruth Dudley Edwards. Faber & Faber, LONDON. 1979. 384 pages. dust wrapper. Edwards discusses Pearse's ventures, the foundaton of his remarkable school, his struggle to save the Irish language and his role as a military leader in the nationalist revolt. 35

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348.The Jews of Ireland from earliest times to the year 1910. Louis Hyman. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1972. 402 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 74

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349.Anglo-Irish Trade in the Sixteenth Century. Ada Kathleen Longfield. LONDON, George Routledge & Sons Ltd. 1929. 241 pages. 55

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350.Parnell and the First Home Rule Episode 1884-87. Alan O'Day. DUBLIN,

351.pages. Gill and Macmillan. 1986. 308 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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352.Maude Gonne. Lucky Eyes and a High Heart. Nancy Cardozo. LONDON, Victor Gollanxz. 1979. 468 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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353.Execution. Sean O'Callaghan. LONDON, Muller. 1974. 192 pages. dust wrapper. An account of a particularly bitter and controversial incident in the War of Independence. 30

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354.James Connolly. A Political Biography. Austen Morgan. Manchester University Press. 1988. 244 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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355.Theobald Wolfe Tone. A Biographical Study. Frank MacDermot. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1939. 342 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy. 55

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356.The Puritans in Ireland 1647-1661. Rev. John D. Seymour. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1921. 239 pages. This copy was withdrawn from a British Public library. This book was volume xii of the important Oxford Historical and Literary Studies series. 75

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357.Sir William Gregory of Coole. A Biography of an Anglo-Irishman. Brian Jenkins. GERRARD'S CROSS, Colin Smythe. 1986. 339 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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358.William Molyneux of DUBLIN. A Life of the seventeenth-century Political Writer and Scientist. J. G. Simms, edited by P. H. Kelly. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1982. 176 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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359.Stair Aos Tri Muighe i gContae Luimnigh. Gearoid Mac Spealain. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Oifig an tSolathair. 1967. 280 pages. near fine. 25

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360.The Irish Mind. Exploring Intellectual Traditions. Richard Kearney editor. DUBLIN, Wolfhound. 1985. 366 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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361.The Lament for John MacWalter Walsh, with notes on the family of Walsh from 1170 to 1690. J. C. Walsh. NEW YORK, Kelmscott Press. no date, circa 1920. 366 pages. spine rebacked. 145

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362.The Irish Theatre. History of Drama in Ireland from the Earliest up to the Present Day. Peter Kavanagh. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 1946. 488 pages. some fading to covers. an indispinsable source book on the history and bibliography of the Irish Theatre. 85

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363.Cattle in Ancient Ireland. A. T. Lucas. Originally delivered as the Rhind Lectures in Edinburgh. Seen through the Press by Etienne Rynne and Gearoid Mac Eoinn. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. 1989. 315 pages. near fine. This is a very important work by Doctor Lucas, former Director of the National Museum of Ireland. Lucas treats of herding, cattle enclosures, cattle plagues, blood as food, wealth as expressed in terms of cows, cows in tributes, numbers and types of cows are among a large selection of topics discussed in this seminal work. Undoubtedly one of the principal source books for the study of Celtic Ireland . 35

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364.Cattle in Ancient Ireland. A. T. Lucas. Originally delivered as the Rhind Lectures in Edinburgh. Seen through the Press by Etienne Rynne and Gearoid Mac Eoinn. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. 1989. 315 pages. wrappers. near fine. 15

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365.The British Campaign in Ireland 1919-1921. The Development of Political and Military Policies. Charles Townshend. Oxford University Press. 1975. 242 pages. dust wrapper, repaired. The most comprehensive account to-date of the British employment of military and para-military forces in Ireland. An indepth study of the delicate and difficult relationship of the civil and military authorities. 85

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367.De Regno Hiberniae, Sanctorum Insula, Commentarius: authore illustruss Petro Lombardo, Hiberno. Patrick Moran editor. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1868. 188 pages. nice copy in embossed cloth. 125

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368.Erhard Rumpf and Anthony C. Hepburn. Nationalism and Socialism in twentieth-century Ireland. 1977. LIVERPOOL, Liverpool University Press. 275 pages. dust wrapper. An attempt to explain Nationalism and Radicalism in a socio-economic and regional as well as in a political context. 35

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369.Irish Peasants, Violence and Political Unrest 1780-1914. edited by Samuel Clark. James S. Donnelly, Jr. Manchester University Press. 1983. 454 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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370.Changing Times. Ireland since 1898 as seen by Edward MacLysaght. LONDON, Colin Smythe. 1978. 248 pages. dust wrapper. The story of a remarkable career including historian, novelist, delegate to the Irish Convention, publisher, and genealogist. 30

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371.The Lives of Roger Casement. B. L. Reid. Yale University Press. 1976. 532 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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372.Last Words, letters and statements of the leaders executed after the Rising at Easter 1916. Piarais Maelochliann. DUBLIN, Kilmainham Society. 1971. 217 pages. dust wrapper. This compilation incudes statements by many of the lesser known participants, Sean Heuston, Con Colbert, Michael Mallin etc. 25

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373. The Liffey in DUBLIN. J. W. De Courcy. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1996. 468 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 'almost 1,400 entries enhanced by some 200 illustrations, form a landmark book of reference'. 25

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374.My Life and Memories. Joseph I. Clarke. NEW YORK, Dodd, Mead & Co. 1925. 404 pages. near fine. Born in Kingstown, Co. Dublin, Clarke was active in the Fenians, before emigrating to America where he led an active live. 45

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375.Kinsale. The Spanish Intervention in Ireland at the end of the Elizabethan Wars. John J. Silke. Liverpool University Press. 1970. 208 pages. 45

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376.Handbook of Irish Philately. David Feldman. DUBLIN, David Feldman Ltd. 1968. 176 pages. dust wrapper. 22

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378.Ireland and the Foundations of Europe. Benedict Fitzpatrick. NEW YORK, Funk & Wagnalls. 1927. 451 pages. excellent copy. A major study of the history of the Irish monks throughout Europe and the monasteries which they founded. 55

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379.Social Origins of the Irish Land War. Samuel Clark. New Jersey, USA, Princeton University Press. 1979. 418 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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380.The Compossicion Booke of Conought. A. Martin Freeman editor. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1936. 179 pages. lovely copy. 95

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381.John Chartres. Mystery Man of the Treaty. DUBLIN. Brian Murphy. 1995. Chartres played a crucial role in both The War of Independence and the Treaty Negotiations but until now has remained an obscure figure . 25

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383.Henry Flood. Patriots and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. James Kelly. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1998. 486 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. a fascinating and detailed study of a hugely influential though somewhat overlooked figure in Irish history. 25

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384.History of Medicine in Ireland. John Fleetwood. 1951 edition. 373 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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385.The Irish Rebellion of 1641. Lord Ernest Hamilton. NEW YORK, E. P. Dutton & Co. 1920. 401 pages. 95

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386.A Labour History of Ireland 1824-1960. Emmet O'Connor. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1992. 270 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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387.The Decline of the Union. The British Government in Ireland 1892-1920. Eunan O'Halpin. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1987. 258 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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389.Allegiance. Robert Brennan. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1950. 371 pages. dust wrapper. Brennan led the Wexford volunteers during Easter Week. He was later Sinn Fein director of elections in 1918 and head of the Government Department of Publicity. 45

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390.County Clare Studies in Memory of Gerald O'Connell, Sean O'Murchadha, Thomas Coffey and Pat Flynn. Ciaran O'Murchadha editor. ENNIS, Clare Archaeological Society. 2000. 272 pages. wrappers. near fine. A collection of essays, two of which alone, biographical studies of Brian Merriman and Marcus Keane make this an indispensable book. 15

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391.Reminiscences of the Easter Rising, 1916. Dr. A. D. Courtney. Nenagh. 1980. 16 pages. wrappers. near fine. Dr. A. D. Courtney was House Surgeon in St. Vincent's hospital during that eventful week. 30

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392.Was the Treaty of Limerick Signed on the Treaty Stone? A. J. O'Halloran. LIMERICK, Limerick Leader Ltd. 1942. 24 pages. wrappers. apart from old ownership stamps a very good copy. 20

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393.A Biographical Dictionary of Irish Quakers. Richard S. Harrison. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1997. 124 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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394.The Mercier Companion to Irish Literature. Sean McMahon and Jo O'Donoghue. CORK, Mercier. 1998. 222 pages. wrappers. near fine. 8

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395.Linen, Family and Community in Tullylish, County Down, 1690-1914. Marilyn Cohen. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1997. 286 pages. dust wrapper. fine. 20

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396.The Irish RMs. The Resident Magistrates in the British Administration in Ireland. Penny Bonsall. DUBLIN, Four Courts. circa 1997. 224 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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397.Landscapes with Figures. People, Culture and Art in Modern Ireland and Europe. Liam De Paor. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1998. 254 pages. wrappers. near fine. an important collection of essays. 14

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398.Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. Tadhg Foley and Sean Ryder editors. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1998. 222 pages. wrappers. near fine. 14

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399.Belfast Merchant Families in the Seventeenth Century. Jean Agnew. DUBLIN, Four Courts. 1996. 274 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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400.Report of the Irish Boundary Commission 1925. Introduction by Geoffrey J. Hand. Irish University Press. 1969. 155 pages, plus 109 pages appendices, plus maps loosely inserted. dust wrapper. 95

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401.Irish Medieval Sculpture 1200-1600. John Hunt, photographs by David H. Davison. LIMERICK, Hunt Museum. 2000. wrappers. Catalogue of the John Hunt Centenary Exhibition. 10

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402.The History of Irish Periodical Literature from the End of the 17th to the Middle of the 19th Century. Richard Robert Madden. LONDON, T. Newby. 1867. 2 Volumes, 338 pages, 531 pages. wear to spines. 145

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403. Early Irish History and Mythology. Thomas F. O'Rahilly. DUBLIN, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies. 1946. 568 pages. near fine. 45

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404.Fifty Years of Liberty Hall. Golden Jubilee of Irish Transport and General Workers Union. 1909-1959. DUBLIN, Sign of the Three Candles Ltd. 1959. 94 pages. wrappers. 25

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405.Philip Bocht O'Huiginn. Lambert McKenna editor. DUBLIN, Talbot Press. 1931. 264 pages. modern cloth. 55

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406.History of the Irish Poor Law, in connection with the condition of the People. Sir George Nicholls. 424 pages. Kelley. 1967 reprint of the original 1856 edition. An invaluable study of The Irish Poor Law, explaining its origin and its subsequent progress. This book contains a detailed study of the operation of the Poor Law System during the Famine years. 55

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407.Advertisements for Ireland being A Description of the State of Ireland in the Reign of James l contained in A Manuscript in the Library of Trinity College, DUBLIN. George O'Brien editor. DUBLIN, The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 1923. tatty dust wrapper. 45

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408.The Rotunda Hospital, its Architects and Craftsmen, a Study. C. P. Curran with photographs by E. Phyllis Thompson. DUBLIN, Three Candles Press. 1945. 48 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. limited edition of 200 copies. 45

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409.The Celtic World. edited by Miranda Green. LONDON, Routledge. 1995. 838 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. One of the most detailed works on the Celts ever published. 85

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410.Carved Ornament from Irish Monuments of the Christian Period. H. S. Crawford with a preface by R. A. S. Macalister. DUBLIN, Royal Society of Antiquaries. 1926. 366 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. superb copy. 45

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411.The Tanner Letters. Original Documents and Notices of Irish Afairs in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Charles McNeill editor. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1943. 550 pages. near fine in modern cloth. an important primary source. 50

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412.Old Galway. The History of a Norman Colony in Ireland. M. D. O'Sullivan, with introduction by William J. Hogan. GALWAY, Kennys Bookshops & Art Galleries. 1983. 488 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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413.Thomas Davis and Young Ireland 1845-1945. M. J. MacManus editor. DUBLIN, The Stationery Office. 1945. 127 wrappers. 22

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415.Vicissitudes of An Anglo-Irish Family 1530-1800. A Story of Irish Romance and Tragedy. Philip H. Bagenal. LONDON, Clement Ingleby. 1925. 166 pages. The family history of the Bagenal family. 95

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416.Excavations at Knowth 1. Smaller passage tombs, Neolithic occupation and Beaker Activity. George Eogan. DUBLIN, Royal Irish Academy. 1984. 358 pages. dust wrapper. 55

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417.The Red Book of the Earls of Kildare. G. Mac Niocaill editor. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 1964. 210 pages. near fine in modern cloth. 55

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418.Prehistoric Man in Ireland. Cecil P. Martin. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1935. 184 pages. occasional slight foxing. 55

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419.The Rediscovery of Ireland's Past. The Celtic Revival 1830-1930. Jeanne Sheehy. LONDON, Thames & Hudson. 1980. 208 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 40

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420.Ulster: Its Archaeology & Antiquities. Henry Cairnes Lawlor. BELFAST, R. Carswell & Son Ltd. 1928. 224 pages. 35

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421.Paroiste an Fheirteirigh agus 1916. Padraig O Snodaigh. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Scepter. 38 pages. wrappers. 16

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422.Tercentenary Commemoration of the Siege of Limerick. Souvenir Book with a foreword by the Lord Bishop of Limerick. LIMERICK, Limerick leader. 1951. 98 pages. paperback. 16

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423.Dunsink Observatory 1785-1985, a Bicentennial History. Patrick A. Wayman. Royal Dublin Society. 1987. 354 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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424.James Duhig. T. P. Boland. AUSTRALIA, University of Queensland Press. 1986. 435 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Duhig, who was born in Broadford, County Limerick in 1871 became a towering figure in the Catholic church in Australia where he served as Archbishop of Brisbane. This in-depth study also contains much information on Duhig's early years in Ireland and information on his role in Irish affairs. 65

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425.The Castles of County Cork, with 72 line drawings and 10 maps by the author. James N. Healy. CORK, Mercier Press. 1988. 450 pages. large format book. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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426.The Abbey Theatre Series of Plays. A Bibliography. Frances-Jane French. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1969. 53 pages. dust wrapper. attractive book. 35

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427.Irisch-Northumbrische Buchmalerei des 8. Jahrhunderts und Monastische Spiritualitat. Otto-Karl Werckmeister. BERLIN, Germany, Walter de Gruyter & Co. 1967. 186 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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428.Republicans and Imperialists. Anglo-Irish Relations in the 1930s. Deirdre McMahon. Yale University Press. 1984. 340 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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429.John Holland, 1841-1914. Inventor of the Modern Submarine. Richard Knowles Morris. United States Naval Institute, Maryland. 1966. 212 pages. illustrated. A detailed work on the quiet, unassuming Clareman, inventor, designer and builder of the first practical submarine, 'the father of the modern submarine'. Holland was born in Liscannor. 75

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430.Catalogue of Irish Bronze Swords. George Eogan. DUBLIN, The Stationery Office. 1965. 190 pages, illustrated. large format. near fine. 55

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431.More Irish families. Edward MacLysaght. GALWAY, O'Gorman Ltd. 1960. 318 pages. attractive copy of the original edition. 45

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432.A History of the Diocese of Killaloe. The Early Period and The Middle Ages. Aubrey Gwynn and Dermot F. Gleeson. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son . 1962. 566 pages. very good in dust wrapper 125

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433.The History of Limerick City. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK, The Celtic Bookshop. 1998. 372 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. The History of Limerick City chronicles the story of the city from its foundation by the Vikings, through medieval times, the seventeenth century sieges, the development of Newtown Pery, Famine and Fenians, the War of Independence and the Civil War. A feature of this fascinating book is the profusion of interesting illustrations. 25

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434.The History of Limerick City. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK, The Celtic Bookshop. 1998. 372 pages. wrappers. near fine. 13

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435.The Caves of North West Clare, Ireland. E. K. Tratman editor. England, Newton Abbot. David & Charles. circa 1975. 256 pages. dust wrapper. This important and definitive survey was carried out by the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society. 95

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436.The Wars in England, Scotland & Ireland 1625-1660, or an impartial account of all the Battles, Sieges and other Remarkable Transactions, Revolutions and Accidents, which happened from the reign of King Charles I, to the Restoration of King Charles II. Richard Burton. LONDON, Michael Stace. 1810. 201 pages, frontispiece. very good copy in modern cloth. 85

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437.Irish Medieval Culture. Nicola Turchi. no place of publication, circa 1935. 100 pages of typescript, printed on alternate pages only. excellent copy in modern cloth. In the foreword of this interesting work Turchi is identified as the Professor of History in the University of Rome. 55

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438.Architecure and Sculpture in Ireland 1150-1350. R. A. Stalley. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1971. 250 pages. excellent copy, occasional foxing. 55

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439.Patentee Officers in Ireland 1173-1826. James L. J. Hughes. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 1960. 142 pages. near fine in modern cloth. 55

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440.Essays Relating to Ireland. Biographical, Historical and Topographical. C. Litton Falkiner, with a Memoir of the author by Edward Dowden. LONDON, Longmans, Green and Co. 1909. 366 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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441.The Reformation in Ireland under Elizabeth 1558-1580. From Original Sources. Myles V. Ronan. LONDON, Longmans Green. 1930. 678 pages. 55

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442.Trees of Ireland. Native and Naturalized. E. Charles Nelson and Wendy Walsh. Lilliput Press. 1993. 247 pages. large format. wrappers. near fine. 30

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443.St. Patrick's Purgatory. A Record from History and Literature. Shane Leslie. LONDON, Burns Oates & Washbourne Ltd. 1932. 215 pages. lovely copy in nicked dust wrapper. 75

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444.A Lament for Art O'Leary, translated from the Irish. Frank O'Connor , with illustrations by Jack B. Yeats. Irish University Press reprint of The 1940 Cuala Press edition. 1971. 20 pages. dust wrapper. large format , near fine copy in quarter linen binding. 75

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445.A Roll of the Proceedings of the King's Council in Ireland for the Sixteenth Year of Richard ll 1392-93. edited by Rev. James Graves. LONDON, Longman & Co. 1877. 342 pages. 95

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446.Goodbodys of Clara 1865-1965. Newman Neame. Offaly, Clara. 1965. large format. illustrated. near fine. 30

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447.The Anglo-Norman Advance into the S. W. Midlands of Ireland 1185-1221. George Cunningham. ROSCREA, Parkmore Press. 1987. 195 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 55

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448.The Administration of Ireland 1172-1377. H. G. Richardson and G. O. Sayles. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1963. 300 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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449.Genealogical Tracts comprising , The Introduction to the Book of Genealogies by Dubhaltach Mac Firbhiaigh, The Ancient Tract on the Aithech - Thuatha, The Lecan Miscellany, being a collection of Genealogical Excerpts in the Book of Lecan. Toirdhealbhach O'Raithbheartaigh, DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1932. 245 pages. near fine in modern cloth. Gaelic text with English translation and notes. 50

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450.The Louvain Papers 1606-1827. B. Jennings and C. Giblin editors. DUBLIN, IMC. 1968. 1x, 682 pages. The archives of the famous college founded by Florence Conry are a primary source for any study of seventeenth century Ireland, with material on John Colgan, Michael O'Cleirigh, Hugh Ward, Hugh McCaughwell, Hugh Ward, etc. 50

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451.Studies in Irish History presented to R. Dudley Edwards. edited by Art Cosgrove and Donal McCartney. University College Dublin. 1986. 254 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 50

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452.Cromwellian Ireland. English Government and Reform in Ireland 1649-1660. T. C. Barnard. Oxford University Press. 1975. 348 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. superb study. 85

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453.John Foster. The Politics of the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy. A. P. W. Malcomson. Oxford University Press. 1978. 504 pages. dust wrapper. 50

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455.Strafford in Ireland 1633-41. Hugh F. Kearney. Manchester University Press. 1961. 294 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 55

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456.The Great Hunger. Ireland 1845-9. Cecil Woodham Smith. Hamish Hamilton. 1962. 509 pages. excellent copy in the evocative dust wrapper. 25

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457.Old Ireland, Reminiscences of an Irish K. C. Sergeant A. M. Sullivan. Thornton Butterworth. 1927. 302 pages. slight wear with occasional foxing. 38

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458.Irish Culture and Nationalism 1750-1950. Edited by Oliver MacDonagh, W. F. Mandle and Pauric Travers. Gill and Macmillan. 1983. 289 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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459.The Spanish Monarchy and Irish Mercenaries. The Wild Geese in Spain, 1618-68. R. A. Straddling. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1994. 219 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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460.Life and Work of John Tyndal. Professor A. S. Eve and C. H. Creasey, with a chapter on Tyndall as a mountaineer by Lord Schuster. Macmillan and Co. 1945. 404 pages. very good copy in a repaired dust wrapper. Tyndall a scientist, mountaineer and natural philospher was one of Ireland's most eminent scientists, and one of the outstanding scientific personalities of his age. 55

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461.Wadding Papers, 1614-1638. Edited by Rev. Brendan Jennings. xvi pages, 700 pages. 1953. Luke Wadding's papers which deal with matters of ecclesiastical interest, the Confederation of Kilkenny and a number of important civil affairs, form one of the most important sources for Irish history during the early part of the 17th century. 40

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462.Ireland's Civil War. Carlton Younger. NEW YORK, Taplinger Publications Company. 534 pages. nicked dust wrapper. A painstakingly researched work. An account enlivene with reminiscences related by active participants in the bitter conflict. 35

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463.The Bogs of Ireland. Introduction to the Natural, Cultural and Industrial Heritage of Irish Peatlands. John Feehan and Grace O'Donovan. University College DUBLIN. 1996. 518 pages. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. 115

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464.The Daggers and Halberds of the early Bronze Age in Ireland. Peter Harbison. MUNCHEN, Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung. 1969. 54 pages, plates. large format. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 75

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465.Eassai sur Les Origines de la Miniature dite Irlandaise. F. Masai. 1947. 146 pages, lxiv black and white plates. BRUXELLES, Aux Editions. Large format book in decorative wrappers. Near fine, mostly uncut. An invaluable though controversial work on Irish monastic art books; this was volume number one of the Les Publications de Scriptorium series. 165

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466.The Painters of Ireland 1660-1920. Anne Crookshank and The Knight of Glin. LONDON, Barrie & Jenkins. 1978. 303 pages. very good copy in slightly tatty dust wrapper. 115

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467.Ancient Irish Handicraft. Prof Adolf Mahr. LIMERICK, Thomond Archaeological Society & Field Club. 1939. 24 pages plus plates. wrappers. large format. 35

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468.An Cruitire. Eoghan Laoide do Ghlear. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Connradh na Gaedhilge. 1903. 24 pages. large format. illustrated wrappers with drawing of an ancient Irish piper on the front cover. notes of Gaelic songs. 55

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469.On an Ancient Chalice and Brooches lately found at Ardagh in the County of Limerick. Earl of Dunraven. DUBLIN, The Royal Irish Academy of Antiquities. 1874. 22 pages. Illustrated, including one folding and two colour plates. Large format, bound in modern cloth with paper label. 70

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470.Lost Demesnes. Irish Landscape Gardening 1660-1845. Edward Malins & The Knight of Glin, foreword by Desmond Guinness. LONDON, Barrie & Jenkins. 1975. 206 pages. illustrated. large format. dust wrapper. 115

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471.Irish Gardens and Demesnes from 1830. Edward Malins & Patrick Bowe. NEW YORK, Rizzoli. 1980. 190 pages. illustrated. large format. dust wrapper. 60

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472.Irish Medieval Sculpture 1200-1600. A Study of Irish Tombs with notes on Costume and Armour. John Hunt with assistance and contributions from Peter Harbison with photographs by David H. Davison. LONDON, Sothebys. 2 volumes. 1974. dust wrapper. near fine. Superb study of Irish armour and dress and the creative art of the Irish stone carver by John Hunt, the renowned medievalist, archaeologist and the benefactor of the Hunt Art Collection now housed in the Custom House, Limerick City. 120

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473.Mount Gabriel. Bronze Age Mining in Ireland. William O'Brien et als. Galway University Press. 1994. 372. large format. near fine. 75

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474.Georgian Limerick. 1714-1845. Volume 1. edited by David Lee. LIMERICK, Limerick Civic Trust. 220 pages. 1995. large format. wrappers. near fine. 15

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475.Georgian Limerick. 1714-1845. Volume 11. edited by David Lee and Christine Gonzalez. LIMERICK, Limerick Civic Trust. 306 pages. 2000. large format. wrappers. near fine. an excellent collection of articles of interest to Georgian students everywhere. 20

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476.Statute Rolls of the Irish Parliament of King Henry the Sixth. Henry F. Berry. DUBLIN, His Majesty's Stationery Office. 1910. 832 pages. superb copy in modern half leather with marbled sides. 125

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477.The Man of the World. A Comedy. bound with Love a La Mode. A Farce. Charles Macklin. LONDON, J. Bell. 1793. 68 pages, 32 pages. Contemporary half leather with marbled boards. Large format subscription folio edition, with engraved frontispiece by Opie. Substantial staining to inner half of pages, particularly preliminary pages and some wear to spine. Charles Macklin the famous actor, stage-manager and dramatist was born in Donegal circa 1697. Of his dramatic works The Man of the World and Love a La Mode. A Farce were his most notable. 85

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479.The Conduct of His Grace the Duke of Ormonde, in the year 1712. LONDON, John Morphew. 1715. 64 pages. large format, bound in modern quarter leather. occasional staining. James Butler, second Duke of Ormonde, supporter of William of Orange, was appointed commander in chief of the English troops in Flanders in 1712. This book is a trenchant defence of Ormonde's conduct in that campaign. 235

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480.The Westropp Family 1250-2000. LONDON, 2000. 252 pages. dust wrapper. fine. The Westropps were one of the principal landlord families in counties Limerick, Clare and Cork. 45

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481.Irish Monastic & Episcopal Deeds 1200-1600. Originals Preserved at Kilkenny Castle. With an appendix of Documents relating to Monastic Property after the Dissolution. Newport B. White. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1936. 368 pages. lovely copy. 85

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482.Book of Fenagh in Irish and English originally compiled by St. Caillin. Revised, indexed and annotated by W. M. Hennessy and done into English by D. H. Kelly. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1939 reflex facsimile of the 1875 edition. 439 pages. excellent copy. 110

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483.Wolfe Tone. Prophet of Irish Independence. Marianne Elliott. Yale University Press. 1989. 490 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. signed by author. 45

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484.The Living Legend of Saint Patrick. Alannah Hopkin. NEW YORK, St. Martin's Press. 1989. 190 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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486.Isaac Butt and Home Rule. David Thornley. LONDON, Macgibbon & Kee. 1964. 413 pages. 45

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487.A Short Account of the life and work of the Bishop of Kilmore, William Bedell and the Irish Version of the Old Testament. Deasun Breathnach. BAILE ATHA CLIATH. 1971. 24 pages. wrappers. 10

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488.Gaelic Literature Surveyed. Aodh de Blacam. DUBLIN, Talbot Press. circa 1930. 390 pages. dust wrapper. lovely copy. 50

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489.Life of Saint Flannan; Patron of Killaloe Diocese. Very Rev. Sylvester Malone. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1902. 56 pages. 44

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490.Music in Ireland. A Symposium. Aloys Fleischmann. CORK, Cork University Press. 1952. 371 pages. 45

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491.L'Irlande, Sociale, Politique et Religieuse. Gustave de Beaumont. PARIS, Librairie de Charles Gosselin. 1842. 2 volumes bound in one, 408 pages, 549 pages. De Beaumont's survey of pre-Famine Ireland which is one of the most important accounts of the country at a crucial time in its history was later translated into English. 225

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492.Eamon De Valera. M. J. Mac Manus. The Talbot Press Ltd. DUBLIN. 1944. 398 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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493.The War for the Land in Ireland. Brian O'Neill, introduction by Peadar O'Donnell. LONDON. 1933. 201 pages. some foxing to preliminary pages. A radical and insightful work. 35

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494.Geology and Ireland with Physical Geography and its Geological Foundations. W. E. Nevill. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1969. 264 pages. wrappers. 25

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495.Lays of the Western Gael and other Poems. Sir Samuel Ferguson. DUBLIN, Sealy, Bryers and Walker. 1897. 192 pages. bound in modern marble boards preserving original wrappers . 45

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496.Memoirs of Captain Rock, The Celebrated Irish Chieftain with some Account of his Ancestors. Captain Rock. LONDON, Longman Hurst Rees Orme Brown & Green. 1824. xiv pages, 376 pages. modern cloth. 75

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497.Literary Miscellanies. Sir. Frederick R. Falkiner, sometime Recorder of Dublin; collected with notes biographical and otherwise. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis. 1909. 256 pages. 55

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498.Ireland's Case Stated in Reply to Mr. Froude. Rev T. N. Burke. NEW YORK, P. M. Haverty. 1873. 238 pages. excellent copy in original cloth embossed with harp. 75

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499.Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Patrick Byrne. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 1955. 252 pages. dust wrapper. lovely copy. 35

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500.Diary of the Parnell Commission, revised from 'The Daily News'. John MacDonald. T. Fisher Unwin. 1890. 364 pages. superb copy. 85

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501.The Abbey Fishermen. A Short History. William Lysaght. LIMERICK. 1999 reprint of the original 1964 edition. 88 pages. wrappers. near fine. a comprehensive history of the renowned fishermen whose way of life was wiped out by the construction of the Shannon Scheme. 10

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502.Ireland and the Centenary of American Methodism. Rev. William Crook. LONDON, Hamilton Adams and Co. 1866. 263 pages. illustrated. embossed cloth. dedication from author. A scarce book on the part played by the Palatine community from County Limerick in the foundation of the American church. 95

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504.The Local Government Act 1888 with Introduction and Notes, an Appendix containing the County Electors Act, 1888 and an Index. W. A. Holdsworth. LONDON, George Routledge & Sons. 1888. 320 pages. The foundation of the present system of local government in Ireland. 115

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505.Rossa's Recollections 1838 to 1898. Childhood, Boyhood, Manhood. Erinach and Sassenach-Catholic and Protestant-English Religion-Irish Plunder. The Fenian Movement, Travels in Ireland, England, Scotland and America. O'Donovan Rossa. NEW YORK, The Mariner's Harbor. 1898. 402 pages. excellent copy. 155

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506.Meagher of the Sword. Speeches of Thomas Francis Meagher in Ireland, 1846-1848. His narrative of Events in July, 1858. Personal Reninscences of Waterford, Galway, and his schooldays. Arthur Griffith editor. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1916. 352 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 65

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509.The Sean MacEoin Story. Padraic O'Farrell. CORK, Mercier. 1981. 130 pages. wrappers. 25

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510.Ireland: Elements of her Early Story, from the coming of Ceasair to the Anglo-Norman Invasion. J. J. O'Kelly [ Sean Ua Ceallaigh ]. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1921. 416 pages. 45

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511.The Siege and History of Londonderry. edited by John Hempton. LONDONDERRY, John Hempton, Diamond. 1861. 492 pages. some wear to extremeties and old college stamps. 95

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512.The Irish Continental College Movement, The Colleges at Bordeaux, Toulouse and Lille. T. J. Walsh. DUBLIN, Golden Eagle Boooks. 1975. 202 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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513.Fenian Memories. Dr. Mark F. Ryan. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1945. 226 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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514.John MacHale, Archbishop of Tuam. Nuala Costello. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1939. 159 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 26

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515.St Patrick's Purgatory, Lough Derg. Its history, traditions, legends, antiquities, topography, and scenic surroundings, with some account of notable pilgrims, and a detailed description of the devotions performed at its venerable shrine with plates and illustrations. Rev. D. Canon O'Connor of the Diocese of Clogher. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. 1910. 256 pages. original decorative covers. 95

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516.Six Generations of Friends in Ireland [1635 to 1680]. by J. M. R. [Jane M. Richardon] LONDON, Edward Hicks. 1894. 288 pages. slight staining to covers. dedication label from the author. 80

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517.Gaelic Pioneers of Christianity. Work & Influence of Irish Monks and Saints in Europe, 6th-12th Century. Dom Louis Gougaud. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son Ltd. 1923. 166 pages. 35

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518.Disturbed Ireland: Being the Letters written during the Winter of 1880-81. Bernard H. Becker. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1881 pages. 338 pages. In late 1881 Becker visited some of the most disturbed areas of the country. The result is a detailed account of activities in Counties Clare, Mayo, Kerry and Cork. Becker a correspondent of the Daily News newspaper was very sympathetic to the landlord's cause. 125

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520.The Confederation of Kilkenny. C. P. Meehan. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1905. 352 pages. 50

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521. Aspects of Home Rule. Selected from the Speeches of Arthur James Balfour M. P. LONDON, George Routledge & Sons Ltd. 1912. 256 pages. superb copy. 35

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522.Celtic Temperament and other Essays. Francis Grierson. NEW YORK, Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1901 edition. 188 pages. near fine. 18

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523.The MacDonnells of Antrim on the Continent. Micheline Walsh. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1960. 24 pages. folding pedigree. wrappers. near fine. The National University of Ireland O'Donnell Lecture Series. Charles James O'Donnell provided a bequest for an annual lecture on the history of Ireland, with particular refereence to the histories of old Irish families. The series which was established in 1957, petered out in the 1980s but was recently revived. 5

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524.The Pale and the Far North. Government and Society in two Early Tudor Borderlands. Steven G. Ellis. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1986. 32 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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525.Waterford Merchants Abroad. Seamus Pender. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1964. 14 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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526.Napper Tandy and the European Crisis of 1798-1803. Sile Ni Chinneide. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1962. 24 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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529.The Influence of the Irish on the Catholic Church in America in the Nineteenth Century. Patrick K. Egan. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN.1968. 22 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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530.Toirdelbach O'Conchubair [1088-1156], King of Connacht, King of Ireland Co Fresabra. Reverend Professor John Ryan. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1966. 24 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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531.The Rise of the Ui-Neill and the High-Kingship of Ireland. Francis John Byrne. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1969. 28 pages. wrappers. near fine copy. 5

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532.The Urban Patriciates of early modern Ireland: a case-study of Limerick. Colm Lennon. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1999. 28 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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533.Daniel O'Conor Sligo: His family and his Times. Sir Charles Petrie. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1958. 18 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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534.The Study of Family History in Ireland. Professor John G. Barry. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1967. 36 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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535.Democracy and its Nineteenth Century Irish Critics. Donal McCartney. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1979. 22 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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536.The Nineteenth Century Novel and Irish Social History: Some Aspects. Oliver MacDonagh. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1970. 20 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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537.Justin MacCarthy Lord Mountcashel, Commander of the First Irish Brigades. John A. Murphy. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1958. 62 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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538.The O'Neills in Spain. Michelle Walsh. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1957. 62 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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539.The Catholic Middle Classes in Pre-Famine Cork. John O'Brien. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1979. 20 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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540.No Hero in the House. Diarmait MacMurchada and the Coming of the Normans to Ireland. F. X. Martin. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1975. 62 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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541.Maria Edgeworth and the Colonial Mind. Tom Dunne. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1984. 24 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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542.'The Four Leaved Shamrock'. Electoral Politics and the national Imagination in Independent Ireland. Ronan Fanning. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1983. 18 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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543.Irish Families: The Archival Aspect. R. Dudley Edwards. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1974. 44 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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545.Charles Gavan Duffy and the Repeal Movement. Kevin B. Nowlan. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1963. 24 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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546.Lady Gregory's Journals. Volume1 1916-25 and Volume 2, 1930-44. edited by Daniel J. Murphy. Colin Smythe. 1987, The Coole Edition. 748 pages. two volumes. near fine. 75

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548.Popular Exposition of the New Land Act. The Land Law [Ireland] Act, 1881, Explained. E. O. MacDevitt. DUBLIN, 1881. 160 pages. original cloth, with paper label. The second and revised edition of MacDevitt's -a barrister and formerly attorney-general of Queensland- important work, which included information on fair rents, the Bessborough Commission etc. etc. 85

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549.An Irishman and his Family. Lord Morris and Killanin. Maud Wynne his daughter. LONDON, John Murray. 1937. 293 pages. near fine. 40

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550.Fenians & Anglo-American Relations during Reconstruction. Brian Jenkins. LONDON, Cornell University Press. 1969. 346 pages. near fine. 35

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551.The Geraldines. An Experiment in Irish Government 1169-1601. Brian Fitzgerald. LONDON, Staples Press. 1951. 322 pages. 45

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552.Dublin Castle and the 1916 Rising. Leon O' Broin. Sidgwick & Jackson, LONDON. 1966. 192 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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553.Assassination The Death of Sir Henry Wilson and the Tragedy of Ireland. Rex Taylor. LONDON, Hutchinson. 1961. 224 pages. dust wrapper. The assasination of Wilson, a national hero to the British and a hated figure to the Nationalist Irish, created enormous strains for the newly formed Irish Free State. 45

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554.Robert Emmet: His Two Loves. Nellie Maher. DUBLIN, Celsius Press. 1975. 169 pages. wrappers. 20

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555.Hockey in Ireland. T. S. Dagg. Foreword by J. E. McCausland. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 1944. 232 pages. excellent copy. 75

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556.Parnell to Pearse, Some Recollections and Reflections. John J. Horgan. Browne & Nolan. 1948. 359 pages. excellent copy in nicked dust wrapper. 40

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557.The Life of St. Columban, translated from the Latin. Jonas James Wilson. no place or date of printing. Private Circulation. circa 1900. 119 pages. wrappers. 30

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558.Ratoath. Rev John Cogan. DROGHEDA, Drogheda Independent Co. Ltd. circa 1955. 56 pages. wrappers. 24

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559.Desmond Greaves. The Life and Times of James Connolly. LONDON, Lawrence and Wishart. 1961. 363 pages. A detailed account of Connolly's significant contributions to both Political and Military activities in revolutionary Ireland. 40

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560.Togail Na Tebe. The Thebaid of Statius. The Irish Text edited from two manuscripts, with Introduction , Translation, Vocabulary and Notes. George Calder. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. 1922. 431 pages. nice copy in torn dust wrapper. 85

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561.Frank Robbins. Under the Starry Plough, Recollections of the Irish Citizen Army. The Academy Press. 1977. 251 pages. dust wrapper. The Citizen Army played an important part in the War of Independence. 35

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562.Charles J. Kickham. A Study of Irish Nationalism & Literature. R. V. Comerford. DUBLIN, Wolfhound Press. 1979. 255 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 35

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563.Unique Dictator, a study of Eamon De Valera. Desmond Ryan. LONDON, Arthur Barker. 311 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy. 45

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564.James Connolly, A biography. Samuel Levenson. LONDON, Martin Brian & O' Keeffe, 349 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 35

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565.Liam Mellows and the Irish Revolution. C. Desmond Greaves. LONDON, Lawrence and Wishart. 1971. 416 pages. Mellows organised the army rising in Galway in 1916. He was shot in 1922 during the Civil War after the surrender of the Four Courts garrison. 50

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566.The Irish Constitutional Revolution of the Sixteenth Century. Brendan Bradshaw. CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge University Press. 1979. 303 pages. 90

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567.Approaches to Ulysses. Ten Essays. Thomas F. Staley & Bernard Benstock editors. USA, University of Pittsburgh Press. 1970. 289 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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568.The Irish Question 1840-1921. A Commentary on Anglo-Irish Relations and on Social and Political Forces in Ireland in the Age of Reform and Revolution. Nicholas Mansergh. George Allen & Unwin, LONDON. 1975. 40

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570.The Cathedrals of the Church of Ireland. Godfrey Day and Henry Patton. LONDON, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1932. 174 pages. near fine copy. 38

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571.Ireland under Elizabeth and James the First desribed by Edmund Spenser, Sir John Davies and by Fynes Moryson. Henry Morley. LONDON, George Routledge. 1890. 445 pages. lovely copy. 55

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572.Our Martyrs, a Record of those who suffered for the Catholic Faith under the Penal Laws in Ireland. illustrated from contemporary prints. Rev. Denis Murphy. DUBLIN, Fallon. 1896. 373 pages. some signs of wear to covers. 65

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573.The World's Debt to the Irish. As Others See Us. James J. Walsh. BOSTON, The Stratford Co. 1926. 432 pages. dust wrapper. very good. 50

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574.The I. R. A. Tim Pat Coogan. LONDON, Pall Mall. 1970. 373 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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575.Laoithe na Feinne. Ceithre Laoithe agus Tri Fichid den bhFiannaigheacht. An Seabhac [Padriag O'Siochfhradha]. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Cumann le Bealoideas Eireann. 1941. 320 pages. 65

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576.Dromin and Athlacca. The Story of a Rural Parish in Co. Limerick. Mainchin Seoighe. CONTAE LUIMNIGH, Glor na nGael. 1978. 214 pages. wrappers. very good. 30

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577.Canon Sheehan of Doneraile. The Story of an Irish Parish Priest as told chiefly by himself in Books, Personal Memoirs and Letters. Herman J. Heuser. NEW YORK, Longmans, Green and Co. 405 pages. 85

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578.A Life Spent for Ireland. Selections from the Journals of the late W. J. O'Neill Daunt. W. J. O'Neill Daunt, edited by his daughter. LONDON, T. Fisher Unwin. 1896. 420 pages. 115

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579.A Genealogical Account of the Massy Family from the time of the conquest of England by William Duke of Normandy. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1890. 240 pages. some wear to extremities but a good copy in original embossed cloth - bound by Galwey & Company, DUBLIN. This book which concerns itself mostly with the family of Lord Massy was printed for private circulation only. 325

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580.Secret Societies in Ireland. T. Desmond Williams editor. Gill and Mac Millan. 1973. 207 pages. dust wrapper. A comprehensive investigation of the internal affairs of Irish secret societies and an assessment of their role in the country's political and social development. An indepth study on the organisation and operation of Secret Societies in the history of Ireland, including chapters on 20th Century secret societies. 35

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581.The Life of George Moore. Joseph Hone. Victor Gollancz Ltd. 1936. 515 pages. near fine. 45

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582.The Irish Parliamentary Party 1890-1910. F. S. L. Lyons. LONDON, Faber and Faber. 1951. 284 pages. 35

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584.Liber Primus Kilkenniensis. [Jocelyn Otway-Ruthven translator] KILKENNY. 1961. 138 pages. wrappers. 25

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585.The Holy See and the Irish Movement for the Repeal of the Union with England 1829-1847. John F. Broderick. ROMAE, Apud Aedes Universitatis Gregorianae. 1951. 237 pages. wrappers. 55

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586.Irish Distress and its Remedies. The Land Question. A Visit to Donegal and Connaught in the Spring of 1880. James H. Tuke. LONDON, W. Ridgway. 1880. 120 pages. modern marble boards with original wrappers bound in with paper label. minimal wear to bottom corner of preliminary pages, but an excellent copy. 115

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587.Cricket in Ireland. W. P. Hone. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 1955. 200 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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588.Frank Gallagher. The Indivisible Island, the story of the Partition of Ireland. LONDON, Victor Gollancz. 1957. 316 pages. dust wrapper. A study of the origin, development and execution of Partition in Ireland, which also examines the administration of the Northern Ireland State. 35

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589.Meitheal. A Study of Co-operative Labour in Rural Ireland. Anne O'Dowd. Comhairle Bhealoideas Eireann. 1981. 182 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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590.W. E. H. Lecky. Historian & Politician 1838-1903. Donal McCartney. DUBLIN, Lilliput Press. 1994. 272 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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591.The Death of the Irish Language. Reg Hindley. LONDON, Routledge. 1990. 335 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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592.The Four Courts: 200 years. Essays to commemorate the Bicentenary of the Four Courts. edited by Caroline Costello. The Law Library. 1996. 265 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 36

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594.Politicians by Accident. Liam C. Skinner. DUBLIN, Metropolitan Publishing Company. 1946. 341 pages. Biographical sketches of De Valera and his ministerial colleagues, including Frank Aiken, Gerald Boland, Sean Mac Entee and Dr. James Ryan. 38

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595.Kevin Barry and His Time. Donal O' Donovan. Glendale. 1989. 244 pages. dust wrapper. 25

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596.Danta Aindreis Mhic Cruitin. Liam O'Luaighnigh. ENNIS, Clare Champion Offices. circa 1935. xiii, 64 pages. No title page as such, half title only. Excellent copy bound in modern marble boards. Dedication by author to the editor of the Irish Press. The poems in this volume which were transcribed by O'Luaighnigh from manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy and the British Museum are 'the first attempt which has been made to present the poems of Andrew MacCurtin to the Irish Public'. [preface] MacCurtin, who was born in 1650 and died in 1738, was a member of a famous Clare Bardic family and composer of a number of well known poems. 115

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597.Mixed Marriages between Protestants and Catholics. A Sermon preached in St. Finbarre's Cathedral, Cork, on December 31st, 1908. Rev. J. A. F. Gregg. DUBLIN, Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 12 pages. Modern marble boards with original wrappers bound in with paper label. Most modern commentators are familiar with the opposition of the Catholic Church to mixed marriages. This work presents an equally strong if not stronger resistance on behalf of a Protestant clergyman to a practice referred to as 'an evil which if not checked, threatens with extinction our very existence as a Church'. 65

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598.Letters to the Reformers of England on the Reform Bill for Ireland. Daniel O'Connell. LONDON, James Ridgway. 1832. 71 pages. Modern marble boards with paper label. 75

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599.A View of the Conduct and Writings of Mr Charles Lucas being an Answer to some Passages in the Eighteenth Address of C. Lucas reflecting on the late Sir Samuel Cooke. No. II. Samuel Davey. DUBLIN. 1749. 15 pages. Modern marble boards. A defence of Cooke which reveals much incidental information on the intrigue which was an integral part of the prevailing Dublin City political scene in mid-eighteenth century Ireland, much of which involved the Clare born radical Charles Lucas. 60

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600.Aid to Ireland. Report of the Irish Relief Committee of the City of New York. Organized February, 1848. John Jay, secretary. NEW YORK, Published by the Committee. 1848. 186 pages. Modern marble boards with original decorative wrappers bound in with paper label; some staining to preliminary pages. 95

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601.Memoir of Rev. Peter O'Neill, P. P. , Ballymacoda, County Cork. The Exiled Priest of '98, Pioneer Missionary of Australia; his Times and Contemporaries. by W. R. Published in CORK, Eagle Works. 1900. 26 pages. 45

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603.Irish Booksellers and English Writers 1740-1800. Richard Cargill Cole. LONDON, Mansell Publishing Ltd. 1986. 266 pages. near fine. 22

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604.A Regional History of Railways, Volume XVI. Ireland. J. W. P. Rowledge. CORNWALL, Transport Atlantic Publishers. 1995. 280 pages, illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 46

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606.Ireland and the Imperial Parliament. Jonathan Pim. DUBLIN, Hodges Foster & Co. 1871. 22 pages. original wrappers well stained. bound in modern marble boards. Though Pim agreed that certain reforms were necessary he also believed that granting Home Rule to Ireland was a policy that was 'fraught with danger.' 45

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607.Sunday Reading. The Pilgrims. An Allegory. DUBLIN. William Watson. no date, circa 1800. 22 pages. plus single page advertisement of the publications of William Watson. attractive frontispiece on title page. bound in modern marble boards. An interesting chapbook, initially published at a penny to ensure that it was purchased and read by as wide a readership as possible, thereby improving their morals. 46

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612.Irish Convict Lives. edited by Bob Reece. SYDNEY, Crossing Press. 1993. 266 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This book details the lives of people convicted in Ireland, and transported to Australia including Michael Dwyer, Andrew Byrne and Irish Convict women. 28

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613.Local Disturbances in Ireland. George Cornewall Lewis. CORK, Tower Books. 1977 reprint of 1836 edition. 292 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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614.Memoir of W. H. Harvey, late Professor of Botany in Trinity College DUBLIN. LONDON, W. H. Harvey Bell & Daldy. 1869. 372 pages. modern cloth. Harvey an eminent scientist was born in County Limerick. 95

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615.History of the Catholic Archbishops of DUBLIN, since the Reformation. Rev. Dr. Moran. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1864. 2 volumes in one. 478 pages. 54

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616.The Folklore of Ireland. Sean O'Sullivan. LONDON, Batsford. 1974. 189 pages. dust wrapper. very good. 28

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618.Ireland and the Death of Kindness, the experience of Constructive Unionism 1890-1905. Andrew Gailey. CORK, Cork University Press. 344 pages. near fine. 26

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619.The Gaelic Mind and the Collapse of the Gaelic World. Michelle O'Riordan. 1991. CORK, Cork University Press. 348 pages. near fine. The thirteenth to the seventeenth centuries. 25

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620.Gaelscrinte San Eoraip. Tomas O'Fiaich. DUBLIN, Foilseachain Abhair Spioradalta. 1986. 248 pages. dust wrapper. One of the most important studies into the role of Irish missionaries in Europe. 25

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621.Gaelscrinte San Eoraip. Tomas O'Fiaich. DUBLIN, Foilseachain Abhair Spioradalta. 1986. 248 pages. paperback. 16

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622.The Origins of Early Christian Ireland. Harold Mytum. LONDON, Routledge. 1992. 301 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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623.Forgotten Revolution. Limerick Soviet 1919, a Threat to British Power in Ireland. DUBLIN. Liam Cahill. 1990. dust wrapper near fine. a significant study on one of the principal labour uprisings in Irish history. 25

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624.Plan of Campaign 1886-1891. Laurence M. Geary. Cork University Press. 1986. 240 pages. 20

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625.Irish Spinning, Dyeing and Weaving. Lillias Mitchell. DUNDALK, Dundalgan Press. 1978. 80 pages. dust wrapper. 20

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626.Secret Societies of Ireland, their Rise and Progress. H. B. C. Pollard. KILKENNY, Irish Historical Press. 1998 reprint. wrappers. near fine. 10

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628.Foundations of Justice, a Historico-critical Study in Thomism. Jeremiah Newman. 1954. 12

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629.An Duinnineach. An tAthair Padraig O'Duinnin, a Shaol, a Shaothar agus an Re inar Mhair se. Proinsias O'Conluain agus Donncha O'Ceileachair. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Sairseal agus Dill. 1958. 390 pages. near fine. 35

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630.Irish Catholic Petition of 1805. The Diary of Denys Scully. Brian Mac Dermott editor. Irish Academic Press. 1992. 207 pages. Scully was a member of the Catholic Committee deputation to London. 22

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631.Westmeath Authors. A Bibliographical & Biographical Study. Marian Keaney. Westmeath. 1969. 239 pages. dust wrapper 32

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632.Irish Geographical Studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans. Nicholas Stephens and Robin E. Glasscock editors. Queen's University Belfast, Department of Geography. 1970. 403 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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633.Ulster Unionist Convention June 1892 in Belfast. Report of the Great Meeting of 12,000 Delegates from all the Counties of Ulster and of the Open-meeting in the Royal Botanic Gardens Belfast. BELFAST, Belfast News-Letter. 1892. illustrated. 120 pages. interesting advertisements. Modern marble boards with original decorative wrappers bound in. 95

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634.The Letters of P. H. Pearse. Edited by Seamas O' Buachalla. LONDON, Colin Smythe. 1980. 504 pages. dust wrapper. 26

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635.The Percy Family. A Visit to Ireland. by Daniel C. Eddy. BOSTON, Andrew Graves. 1868. 255 pages, 12 engravings. Original cloth, with decorative spine. wear to top and bottom of spine, but generally a very good copy. This volume, aimed at 'the youthful reader', was issued to 'please, instruct and benefit'. The fictitious Percy family set sail across the Atlantic, disembark at Liverpool, visit Chester and North Wales, before crossing to DUBLIN, then travel to Cork, Killarney, Maynooth, Drogheda, the Giant's Causeway and finally Belfast from where they embark on their return voyage to America. The book consists of narrative interspersed with dialogue in which important events and scenic sites are detailed. An unusual publication in which the author makes a genuine effort to present an impartial and non-controversial image of Ireland to a young American audience. 145

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636.Four Irish Landscape Painters. Thomas Bodkin. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1987 reprint of the 1920 edition. 236 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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639.Some Account of the Surname Anciently written O'Laverty, O'Lafferty, Laverty or Lafferty and its Present Location. Rev. James O'Laverty. BELFAST, Moat Bros. 1891. 24 pages. modern boards, original wrappers bound in. 30

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640.Souvenir of the Golden Jubilee of Fianna Eireann, 1909-1959. Edited by Cathal O'Shannon. DUBLIN. 1959. modern marble boards with original wrappers bound in with paper label. This programme compiled for the Fianna Week included the full programme of the historical pageant at the re-union held at the Mansion House. The souvenir included contributions written for the Fianna forty five years previously, including essays by Countess Markievicz, Padraig Pearse and Roger Casement, and a series of illustrations. 55

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641.Historical Review of the Legislative Systems operative in Ireland, from the Invasion of Henry the Second to the Union [1172-1800] Right Honourable J. T. Ball. LONDON, Longmans. 1889. 304 pages. excellent copy. 95

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642.The Irish Republic, a documented chronicle of the Anglo - Irish conflict and the partitioning of Ireland, with a detailed account of the period 1916-1923. Dorothy Macardle. LONDON, Victor Gollancz. 1040 pages, plus maps. 1950. dust wrapper. very good copy. 450

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643.Arthur Balfour and Ireland 1874-1922. Catherine Shannon. 1988. 362 pages. near fine. From his tenure as chief secretary in Ireland, 1887-1891, until his retirement from politics, Balfour's views shaped Conservative Party policy on ' The Irish Question'. 25

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644.Orange Riots. Irish Political Violence and New York City, 1870 and 1871. Michael Gordon. Cornell University Press. 1993. 264. dust wrapper. 20

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645.Industrial Development and Irish National Identity 1922-1939. Mary Daly. 1992. Syracuse University Press. 200. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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646.The Life and Work of Sarah Purser. John O'Grady. DUBLIN. Four Courts Press. 1996. 288 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Sarah Purser, who was synonymous with An Tur Gloine, which produced stain glass of the highest quality, was an accomplished artist and played an important role in Irish cultural life over a period of seventy years. 25

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647.A Classification of Early Irish Combs. Mairead Dunlevy. 1988. 100 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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648.Archaeological Excavations at Shop Steet, Drogheda, County Louth. P. D. Sweetman. 1985. 54 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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649.Procedure without Writ in the Court of the Justiciar of Ireland. Geoffrey Hand. 1961. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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650.Observations on the Book of Lismore. Brian O'Cuiv. 1983. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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651.The Oldest Map of Dublin. J. H. Andrews. 1983. 32 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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652.The Tumulus of Dowth, County Meath. M. J. O'Kelly and Claire O'Kelly. 1983. 54 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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653.Stone Rows in the South of Ireland. Sean O'Nuallain. 1988. 78 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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654.Mellifont Abbey: A Study of its Architectural History. R. A. Stalley. 1980. 90 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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655.Three Exchequer Documents from the Reign of Henry the Third. J. F. Lydon. 1966. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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656.The Irish Parliament of 1569-71. V. Treadwell. 1966. 34 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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657.The Irish Mints of Edward 1 in the light of the Coin-Hoards from Ireland and Great Britain. R. H. M. Dolley. 1968. 62 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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658.Family Formation in a Colonial City: Londonderry, 1650-1750. Colin Thomas. 2000. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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659.Excavations at Killanully, County Cork. Charles Mount. 1995. 38 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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660.Excavations at Clontuskert Priory, County Galway. Thomas Fanning. 1976. 74 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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661.Archaeological Excavations at Trim Castle, Drogheda, County Meath, 1971-74. P. David Sweetman. 1978. 72 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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662.Excavations of the Medieval Town Defences at Charlotte's Quay, Limerick. Ann Lynch. 1984. 50 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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663.Archaeological Excavations at the site of the Four Courts Extension, Inns Quay, Dublin. Mary McMahon. 1988. 50 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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664.Excavation of Three Ring-Forts at Lisduggan North, County Louth. Dermot C Twohig. 1990. 34 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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665.Two Notes on Berkleley's Philosophical Commentaries. E. J. Furlong. 1961. 8 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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666.Excavation of the Smaller Court-Tomb and Associated Hut Sites at Ballyglass, County Mayo. Sean O'Nuallain. 1998. 50 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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667.Excavations at Dalkey Island, County DUBLIN, 1956-1959. G. D. Liversage. 1968. 180 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 16

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668.Excavation of a Late Neolithic Early Bronze Age Site at Newgrange, County Meath. P. David Sweetman. 1987. 16 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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669.Excavation of a Medieval Settlement Site in Jerpointchurch Townland, County Kilkenny. Claire Foley. 1989. 56 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 16

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670.Archaeological Excavations at Abbeynkockmoy, Drogheda, County Galway. P. D. Sweetman. 1987. 12 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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671.The Excavation of a Neolithic Burial Mound at Jerpoint West, County Kilkenny. M. FitzG Ryan. 1973. 74 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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672.Excavations of a Medieval Moated Site at Rigsdale, County Cork, 1977-78. P. David Sweetman. 1981. 12 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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673.Archaeological Excavations at Ferns Castle, Drogheda, County Wexford. P. David Sweetman. 1979. 20 pages, illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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674.Report on the Excavations of some Passage graves, unprotected inhumation Burials and a Settlement Site at Knowth, County Meath. George Eogan. 1974. 102 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 16

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675.Excavations at 'Maddens Hill', Kiltale, County Meath. P. D. Sweetman. 1974. 10 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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676.Archaeological Excavations at King John's Castle, Limerick. P. David Sweetman. 1980. 22 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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677.The Excavation of two Tumuli at Fourknocks[sites 11 and 111], County Meath. P. J. Hartnett. 1971. 54 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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678.Lough Gur Excavations by Sean P. O'Riordain: Further Neolithic and Beaker Habitations on Knockadoon. Eoin Grogan and George Eogan. 1987. 208 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 26

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679.Excavations on the Fourknocks Ridge, County Meath. Heather A. King. 1999. 42 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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680.Sean Lemass a Biography. Michael O'Sullivan. Blackwater Press. 1994. 216 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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681.The Petty Papers. Some Unpublished writings of Sir William Petty. Edited from the Bowood Papers by The Marquis of Lansdowne. NEW YORK. 1967. 2 volumes in 1. 276 pages and 309 pages. near fine. Substantial Irish content including Pettys contributions on Irish revenue, Politics, Religion and Land. An important work for researchers of 16th century Ireland. 35

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682.The State of England in 1588. In a Letter from a Priest at London to the Spanish Ambassador at Paris: Giving a Particular Account of our Warlike Preparations, with the Names of the Nobility and Gentry, as well Catholik as Protestant, who voluntarily and generously raised, headed, and maintained great Numbers for Sea and Land, to support their Sovereign, and defend their Country. Shewing our Vast Power and Riches, contrary to the contemtible Opinion had of us in Spain; also, an account of the Spanish Armada. To which are added, The Examinations of many Prisoners, their Losses by Battle, Tempests and Contrary Winds on the Coasts of Ireland, in their Return from the North Isles of Scotland. LONDON, J. Millan and M. Cooper. 1746. Modern cloth with new end papers. A fragile item, with wear affecting the preliminary and final pages. A re-impression of a unique 1588 imprint, by Don Bernadin Mendoza Spanish ambassador to France, regarding the ill-fated Spanish Armada, in which, 'Ships and Men sunk, drown'd, kill'd, and taken upon the Coast of Ireland in September 1588', was seventeen ships and 5,394 men. 275

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683.The Hopeful Traveller. The Life and Times of Daniel Augustus Beaufort LL. D. 1739-1821. Canon Ellison. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. 1987. 139 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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684.The Irish Magistracy. by An Irish Magistrate. DUBLIN. 1885. 64 pages. excellent copy in modern marble boards with paper label. The purpose of this pamphlet, addressed to an English audience, was to bring to an end 'the gross abuses existing under our present system of magistrates'. A trenchant attack on the prevailing system, the author details numerous examples of what he perceived as unfair practice in a variety of situations and locations throughout the country. 115

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686.William Butler Yeats: A Memoir. Oliver St. John Gogarty, with a preface by Myles Dillon. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1963. 28 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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688.Irish Federalism! It's Meaning, its Objects and it's Hopes. Isaac Butt. DUBLIN, John Falconer. 1870. 104 pages. Very good copy in modern marble boards with paper label. This work is an important expression of Isaac Butt's - born in Donegal and founder of the Home Rule movement- political philosophy and of his belief that constitutional nationalism would succeed in redressing the problems that then beset Ireland. 95

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689.Court of the Queen's Bench of Ireland. Report of the action for Libel brought by the Rev. Robert O'Keefe, P. P. against his Eminence Cardinal Cullen. With an Introduction by Henry Clare Kirkpatrick, Barrister at Law. LONDON, Longmans, Green and Co. 1874, xxxviii, 600 pages. Original cloth with some wear to hinges. Robert O'Keefe, parish priest of Callan, Co. Kilkenny was suspended by his bishop and subsequently removed by the State from his position as school manager. O'Keefe proceeded to challenge Cardinal Cullen in a series of controversial civil cases. 150

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690.The Autobiography of General Sir O'Moore Creagh. General Sir O'Moore Creagh. LONDON, Hutchinson & Co. CIRCA 1923. 304 pages. slight fraying to edges. Creagh, who was born in Cahirbane, County Clare had an illustrious military career with the British Army in various campaigns. 55

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691.Longes Mac N-Uislenn. The Exile of the Sons of Uisliu. Vernam Hull editor. NEW YORK. The Modern Language Association of America. 1949. 187 pages. Hull who was professor of English at New York University wrote the first critical edition of Longes Mac N-Uislenn, based on the three extant copies of the medieval Irish tale. A most important title. 95

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692.Stacpoole: The Owners of a Name. John Stacpoole. NEW ZEALAND, Auckland. Private Circulation. 1991. 185 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. A detailed limited edition history of a family who were among the leading landed dynasties in Counties Clare and Limerick for centuries. 85

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693.The Fenian Chief. A Biography of James Stephens. Desmond Ryan. DUBLIN. Gill & Son. 1967. 390 pages. 50

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694.Recollections of an Irish Rebel. The Fenian Movement, its Origin and Progress, Methods of Work in Ireland and in the British Army. Why it failed to achieve its main object, but exercised great influence on Ireland's future. Personalities of the Organisation. The Clan na Gael and the Rising of Easter Week, 1916. A Personal Narrative. John Devoy. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1969 reprint of 1929 edition. 491 pages. One of the major printed sources for any study of the Fenian Movement with a new introduction by Sean O'Luing. 45

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695.An Account of The Parliament House, DUBLIN. 1661-1800. With Notices of Parliaments held there. John T. Gilbert. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd. 1896. 148 pages. very good copy. 85

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696.Ireland Observed. A Handbook to the Buildings and Antiquities. Maurice Craig and the Knight of Glin. CORK, The Mercier Press. 1970. 120 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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697.State Policy in Irish Education 1536-1816. Rev T. Corcoran. DUBLIN, Fallon Brothers Ltd. 1916. 235 pages. some foxing to preliminary pages. A valuable collection of original documents with introduction by Corcoran. 50

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698.Chattel, Servant or Citizen. Womens Status in Church, State and Society. edited by Mary O'Dowd & Sabine Wichert. BELFAST, Institute of Irish Studies. 1995. 290 pages. wrappers. near fine. 14

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699.The Phoenix Flame. A Study of Fenianism and John Devoy. Desmond Ryan. LONDON, Arthur Barker. 1937. 336 pages. dust wrapper. old college library stamps. very good copy. 50

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701.John Dillon. A Biography. F. S. L. Lyons. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1968. 516 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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702.Ireland's Wild Countryside. Eamon de Buitlear. DUBLIN. 1993. large format, colour illustrations. wrappers. near fine. 14

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703.Inishmurray. Patrick Heraughty. DUBLIN, O'Brien Press. 1982. large format. paperback. near fine. 12

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704.Jonathan Swift, the Irish Identity. Robert Mahony. Yale University Press. 1995. 220 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This excellent study traces Swift's fluctuating reception in Ireland , to the twentieth century where has come to be recognised as a founding father of Irish nationalism. 22

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705.Early Irish Farming, a study based mainly on the Law-Texts of the 7th and 8th centuries. Fergus Kelly. DUBLIN, Dublin Institute Advanced Studies. 1997. 750 pages. near fine. 16

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706.Yeat's Worlds. Ireland, England and the Poetic Imagination. David Pierce. Yale University Press. 1995. 346 pages. illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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707.The Irish Derby 1962 - 1995. An illustrated History. Daniel Roddy. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1995. 248 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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708.Castles and Fortifications in Ireland, 1485-1945. Paul M. Kerrigan. CORK, Collins Press. 1995. 320 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. The definitive work on Ireland's defensive structures. 25

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709.The Seventeen Irish Martyrs. DUBLIN, Veritas. 1992. paperback. large format colour illustrations. 26 pages. attractive commemorative item relating to Dermot O'Hurley etc. 12

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710.Thomas MacDonagh, a Critical Biography. Johann Norstedt. Virginia University Press. 1980. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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713.Catholic Question in Ireland and England 1798-1822. The Papers of Denys Scully. DUBLIN, Irish Academy Press. 1988. Brian Mc Dermott. 748 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. A massive compilation of original documentation. 45

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714.No Man's Man, a Biographical Memoir of Joseph Brennan. Leon O'Broin. DUBLIN, Institute of Public Administration. 1982. 180 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Brennan born in County Cork became a top British civil servant in Dublin Castle, and private secretary to Matthew Nathan but assisted Michael Collins with the financial negotiations for the Treaty. On the foundation of the Free State Brennan came into conflict with Finance minister Ernest Blythe before moving to the Currrency commission and finally the Central Bank. This book is especially interesting in its account of the pre-Treaty period. 18

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715.James MacCullagh, M. R. I. A., F. R. S, 1809-47. B. K. P. Scaife. 1990. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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716.The Concept of the March in Medieval Ireland: the Case of Uriel. Brendan Smith. 1983. 14 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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717.Irish Decorated Neolithic Pottery. M. Herity. 1982. 58 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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718.Managing an Inheritance: Colonel J. C. Wedgwood, The History of Parliament and the Lost History of the Irish Parliament. Edith Mary Johnston. 1989. 20 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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719.Irish Revenues and English Subventions, 1559-1662. Anthony Sheehan. 1990. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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720.Innovation Diffusion in Ireland: an Historical Case Study. D. McCourt. 1973. 20 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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721.Prehistoric and Early Historic Culture Change at Brugh na Boinne. George Eogan. 1991. 28 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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722.Colonial Constitutional Attitudes in Ireland, 1640-60. Aidan Clarke. 1990. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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723.The Continuation of Nicholas Trevet: a New Source for the Bruce Invasion. Sean Duffy. 1991. 14 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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724.Ionadaiocht i bParlaimint na hEireann ag Deireadh na Mean-Aoise. S. G. Ellis. 1991. 6 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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725.Hearth Tax, Household Size and Irish Population Change 1672-1821. D. Dickson, C. O'Grada and S. Daultrey. 1982. 56 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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726.Irish Antiquities of the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Early Christian Period in the National Museum of Denmark. George Eogan. 1991. 44 pages. illustrated. 10

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727.Decorating the Lavabo: Late Romanesque Sculpture from Mellifont Abbey. Roger Stalley. 1996. 28 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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729.Members of the Irish Parliament, 1784-87. E. M. Johnston. 1971. 100 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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730.Towards a History of Classical Influences in Ireland. W. B. Stanford. 1970. 78 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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731.The Chief's Poet. Padraig Breatnach. 1983. 44 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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732.The Medieval Reputation of the Proverbia Senecae: a Partial Survey Based on Recorded Mss. N. G. Round. 1972. 48 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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733.A Prehistoric Burial Mound at Baunogenasraid, County Carlow. Barry Raftery. 1974. 36 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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734.Ringforts in the South-West Midlands of Ireland. Matthew Stout. 1991. 44 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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735.Early Christian Antiquities at Clonmore, County Carlow. Peter Harbison. 1991. 24 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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736.A Lost Natural Leader: John James Hamilton, First Marquess of Abercorn [1756-1818]. A. P. W. Malcomson. 1988. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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737.Embanked Enclosures of the Boyne Region. Geraldine Stout. 1991. 40 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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738.The Pursuit of Salmon in Ireland. Arthur E. J. Went. 1964. 44 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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739.The Lands of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin. Rev. C. O'Conbhui. 1962. 64 pages. folding map. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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740.Fishing for the Sun-Fish or Basking Shark in Irish Waters. Arthur E. J. Went and Sean O'Suilleabhain. 1967. 26 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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741.The Text Tradition of Dicuil's Liber De Mensura Orbis Terrae. Ludwig Bieler. 1965. 32 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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742.'De Signis et Prodigiis' in Versus Sancti Patricii Episcopi de Mirabilis Hibernie. J. E. Cross. 1971. 8 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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743.A Finding List of Sir James Ware's Manuscripts. William O'Sullivan. 1997. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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744.Excavation of an Early Christian Cemetery and Settlement at Reask, County Kerry. T. Fanning. 1981. 106 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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745.Excavation of a Flint Scatter on Paddy's Hill [Robswalls], Malahide, County Dublin. David Keeling and Valerie Keeley. 1994. 24 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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746.Excavation of two Souterrain Complexes at Marshes Upper, Dundalk, County Louth. Margaret Gowan. 1992. 68 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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747.The Excavation of a Cairn with Kennel-Hole Entrance at Corracloona, Drogheda, County Leitrim. H. E. Kilbride-Jones. 1974. 12 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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748.Excavations at Piperstown Deserted Medieval Village, County Louth, 1987. Terry Barry. 2000. 22 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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749.Archaeological Excavations at Bridge Street Lower, Dublin. Mary McMahon. 1991. 32 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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750.Adolf Mahr's Archaeological Excavations of an Early Bronze Age Cemetry at Keenoge, County Meath. Charles Mount. 1997. 68 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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751.Excavation of a Roadway at Bloomhill Bog, County Offaly. Thaddeus C. Breen. 1998. 20 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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752.Some Destroyed Sites at Shannon Airport, County Clare. Etienne Rynne. 1964. 32 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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753.Archaeological Excavations at Dunbeg Promonotory Fort, County Kerry, 1977. T. B. Barry. 1981. 34 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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754.Archaeological Excavation of a Succession of Enclosures at Millockstown, County Louth. Conleth Manning. 1986. 26 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine. blue wrappers, title on front cover. 10

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755.Archaeological Excavations at Dominican Priory, Drogheda, County Louth. Andrew halpin and Laureen Buckley. 1995. 76 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine. blue wrappers, title on front cover. 10

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756.Excavations at Bayfarm 1, Carnlough, County Antrim, and the study of the 'Larnian' Technology . P. C. Woodman and G. Johnson. 1996. 100 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 16

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757.Excavation of the Portal Tomb Site at Melkagh, County Longford. Gabriel Cooney. 1997. 48 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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758.Kells Motte, County Kilkenny. T. B. Barry, E. Culleton and C. A. Empey. 1984. 14 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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759.An Anglo-Irish Industrial Enterprise: Iron-Making at Enniscorthy, County Wexford, 1657-92. T. C. Barnard. 1985. 44 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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760.Irish Clerics in France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: a Statistical Study. L. Brockliss and P. Ferte. 1987. 74 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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761.A Crozier and Bell from Inishmurray and their place in Ninth-Century Irish Archaeology. Cormac Bourke. 1985. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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762.European Art and the Irish High Crosses. Roger Stalley. 1990. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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763.The Formal Relationships of Insular Early Medieval Eucharistic Chalices. Michael Ryan. 1990. 76 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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764.The Rice Monument in Waterford Cathedral. E. C. Rae. 1970. 14 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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765.Sir William Wilde, 1815-1876. P. Froggatt. 1977. 18 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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766.Uita Metrica Sanctae Brigidae: A Critical Edition with introduction, Commentary and Indexes. D. N. Kissane. 1977. 136 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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767.Two Ring-Forts at Garryduff, County Cork. Claire Foley. 1962. 108 pages. illus Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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768.Science and Cartography in the Ireland of William and Samuel Molyneux. J. H. Andrews. 1980. 20 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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769.The Cinerary Urn Tradition in Ireland-An Alternative Interpretation. Anna L. Brindley. 1980. 10 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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770.Excavations at Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny. J. Bradley and Conleth Manning. 1981. 30 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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771.The Beginnings of Literacy in Ireland. Jane Stevenson. 1989. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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772.An tSuirbheireacht Ordanais agus Logainmneacha na hEireann 1824-34. Art O'Maolfabhail. 1989. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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773.The Excavation of the early Christian Enclosure of Killederdadrum in Lackenavorna, County Tipperary. Conleth Manning. 1984. 30 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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774.Colloquium on Hiberno-Roman Relations and Material Remains. 1976. 124 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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775.The Inscribed Slabs at Smarmore [County Louth]. Claire Foley. 1989. 28 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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776.Studies in the Latin Texts of the Martyrology of Tallaght, of Felire Oengusso and of Felire Hui Gormain. J. Henng. 1970. 68 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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777.Excavation of a Medieval Settlement Site in Jerpointchurch Townland, County Kilkenny. Claire Foley. 1989. 56 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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778.The Partition of the De Verdon Lands in Ireland in 1332. A. J. Otway-Ruthven. 1968. 56 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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779.The Restriction of Population Growth in Pre-famine Ireland. S. H. Cousens. 1966. 16 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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780.The 'Larne' Material in Lord Antrim's Collection at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. M. Herity, E. E. Evans and B. R. S. Megaw. 1968. 24 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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781.A Bronze Age Tumulus at Corrower, County Mayo. Joseph Raftery. 1960. 14 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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782.The Quaternary Deposits at Ringnell Quay and Ardmillan, County Down. N. Stephens and A. E. P. Collins. 1960. 74 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 10

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783.Anglo-Irish Relations 1382-1393. Anthony Tuck. 1970. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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784.A Group of Prehistoric Sites at Piperstown, County Dublin. Etienne Rynne and Padraig O'hEailidhe. 1965. 24 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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785.A Mid Seventeenth-Century Pottery Group and other objects from Ballyhack Castle, County Wexford. T. Fanning and J. G. Hurst. 1975. 14 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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786.Later Bronze Age Settlement and Prehistoric Burials, Lough Gur, County Limerick. Rose M. Cleary. 1995. 92 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 16

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787.'Eyes Big as Bowls with Fear and Wonder': Children's Responses to the Irish National Schools, 1850-1922. Michael C. Coleman. 1998. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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788.Five Early Bronze Age Cemetries at Brownstown, Graney West, Oldtown and Ploopluck, County Kildare and Strawhill, County Carlow. Charles Mount. 1998. 74 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 12

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789.A Seventh-Century Irish Computus from the Circle of Cummianus. D. O'Croinin. 1982. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 6

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790.The Geographical Distribution of Irish Viking-Age Coin Hoards. Michael Kenny. 1987. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 8

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791.The Lake Dwellings of Ireland. W. G. Wood-Martin. DUBLIN. 1983 reprint of the 1883 edition. 318 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This remains an important study of a distinctive Irish settlement. 55

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792.Two Centuries of Irish History 1691-1870. W. K. Sullivan, George Sigerson, J. Bridges, James Thursfield and G. P. MacDonnell with introduction by James Bryce. LONDON, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. 1888. 530 pages. slight wear to covers. 58

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793.The Largest Amount of Good. Quaker Relief in Ireland 1654-1921. Helen Hatton. McGill University Press. 1993. 366 pages. near fine. 35

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794.A New History of Ireland. Volume VIII, A Chronology of Irish History to 1976. T. W. Moody, F.X. Martin and F. J. Byrne editors. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1982. 591 pages. dust wrapper. 95

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795.Index to The Compossicion Booke of Conought 1585. G. A. Hayes-McCoy. DUBLIN, The Stationery Office. 1942. 61 pages. 35

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796.Crossing the Circle at the Holy Wells of Ireland. Walter L. Brennerman and Mary G. Brennerman. University of Virginia Press. 1995. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. Important study of the myths and rituals associated with the ancient wells of Ireland. 25

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797.The Use of Tradition. Essays presented to G. B. Thompson. edited by Alan Gailey. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. 1988. 136 pages. wrappers. 25

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798.John Tyndall. Essays on a Natural Philosopher. edited by Brock, Mc Millan & Mollan. Royal Dublin Society. 1981. 218 pages. near fine in modern cloth. John Tyndall was born in County Carlow. 30

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799.Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many, O' Kelly Country. Translation, Notes, Map. John O' Donovan. 1992 reprint of the 1843 Irish Archaeological Society edition. 221. fine in attractive binding. 95

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800.Brendan Behan's Island, an Irish Sketchbook with drawings by Paul Hogarth. LONDON, Hutchinson. 1984. paperback. near fine. 15

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801.Charles Stewart Parnell. F. S. L. Lyons. LONDON, Collins. 1977. 704 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 40

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802.Roderic O'Connor, a Biography with a Catalogue of his Work. Jonathan Benington. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 248 pages, 130 illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. An attractive and beautifully illustrated book, the definitive work on O'Connor. 35

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803.Celtic Art. Discovering Art, the Life, Times and Work of the World's Greatest Artists. O. B. Duane. Brockhampton Press. 1988. 80 pages, plus full page colour illustrations. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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804.Thomas Johnson Westropp [1860-1922]. An Irish Antiquary. Mairead Ashe Fitzgerald. University College DUBLIN. 2001. 134 pages. large format. wrappers. near fine. This study of the eminent, and up to recently overlooked, archaeologist, Thomas Johnson Westropp is volume number 1 of the University College Dublin Seandalaiocht Series. 20

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805.Edmund Burke. A Life in Caricature. Nicholas K. Robinson. Yale University Press. 1996. 214 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. a beautiful book. 22

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806.Celtic Leinster, towards an Historical Geography of early Irish Civilisation 500-1600. Alfred Smyth. Irish Academic Press. 1982. 200 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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807.Report of the Commissioners appointed to investigate the Existence of Corrupt Practices in Elections of Members in Parliament for the County and Town of Galway 1857 together with minutes of evidence. LONDON, George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode. 1857. 199 pages. Large format book bound in modern cloth. Following the election of Lord Dunkellin this investigation was held to investigate alleged malpractice. 85

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809Ireland. Photographs 1840-1930. Sean Sexton. LONDON. 1994. 208 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. A fascinating pictorial account from the Famine Times to the Civil War. 25

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810.Minutes of Evidence on the Several Petitions of the Right Hon. James Earl of Ormonde and Ossory, Claiming a Right to Vote at the Election of Representative Peers for Ireland. 1821. 14 pages. large format. excellent copy in modern cloth with label. 95

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811.The Book of Kells. Reproductions of the Manuscript in Trinity College DUBLIN. With a Study of the Manuscript by Francoise Henry. LONDON, Thames and Hudson. 1974. 126 colour plates, 75 monochrome illustrations. large format. excellent copy in good slipcase. 195

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812.Irish Houses & Castles. Desmond Guinness and William Ryan. LONDON, Thames & Hudson. 1971. 352 pages. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. signed by authors. 60

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813.Insurrection Act, Ireland. Memorials to Government and Correspondence relating thereto, in the years 1821 and 1822. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, April 1823. [LONDON, 1823] 8 pages. Large format, bound in modern cloth with paper label. 55

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814.Clonmacnois, Kings County. Historical and descriptive Notes on the Structure, with Plans, Elevations and Details. Also a descriptive catalogue, with drawings, of the inscribed slabs, including those with inscriptions in the Irish language. DUBLIN, Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland 1906-7. 24 pages. Large format book. modern cloth with paper label. title page a little dusty. 75

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815.House of Lords. Peerage Claim. Earl of Wicklow's Claim to Vote for Representative Peers for Ireland. Speeches of Counsel before the Committee of Privileges and Judgements. LONDON, House of Lords. 1870. 178 pages. Large format book bound in modern cloth preserving original blue wrappers with paper label. A large mass of detail was given to prove the successful claim of Charles Francis Arnold, Viscount Wicklow. 95

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816.Deportation to Australia of Approvers at the Trials for Certain Murders in Phoenix Park, Dublin. Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's Command. 1883. Melbourne, Victoria. Large format. 8 pages. bound in modern cloth with paper label. This work details the controversy that arose in South Australia when people there realised that certain State witnesses in the Phoenix Park murder trial were on route, under assumed names, to Adelaide; and the response of the local authorities to their planned arrival. 95

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817.Leabhar na Feinne. Heroic Gaelic Ballads Collected in Scotland, Chiefly from 1512 to 1871. Arranged by J. F Campbell, with introduction by Derick S. Thomson. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1972 of the 1872 edition. 224 pages. large format. excellent copy. 65

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818.Great Irish Houses and Castles. Jacqueline O'Brien and Desmond Guinness. 1992. large format colour illustrations. 264 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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819.The Irish World. The History and Cultural Achievements of the Irish people. Edited by Brian De Breffny. Estyn Evans, Kathleen Hughes, Roger Stalley, Rosemary ffolliott, Anne Crookshank, Gearoid O'Tuathaighh, Jeanne Sheehy, William Shannon, Kevin Nowlan etc. 340 illustrations, 62 in colour. 1977. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. 38

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820.Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape. editors F. H. A. Aalen, Kevin Whelan, Matthew Stout. Cork University Press. 1997. 352 pages. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. A substantial volume on the interactions, territorial and societal, which have transformed Irish society, economy and culture from the middle ages. 35

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821.The Old Limerick Journal. The Barrington edition. LIMERICK. 1988. 144 pages. large format paperback. near fine. A most interesting and detailed work on one of Limerick City's most famous institutions, Barrington Hospital -now under private ownership- and its founding family, the Barrington's of Glenstal Castle. 12

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822.Irish Hands, the Tradition of Beautiful Crafts. Sybil Connolly. NEW YORK, Hearst Books. 1994. 226 pages. large format, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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823.Things I Can Tell. Lord Rossmore. LONDON, Eveleigh Nash. 1912. 270 pages, illustrated. nice copy in embossed cloth. 35

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824.Irish Monasticism. Origins and Early Development. Rev. John Ryan. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1931. 413 pages. lovely copy. 75

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825.Stones of Aran, Labyrinth. Tim Robinson. Lilliput Press. 1995. 496 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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827.Kenmare Manuscripts. Edited by Edward Mac Lysaght. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1970. 532 pages. near fine in modern cloth. This calendar is a record of a great Catholic family, which lost everything through its adherence to the cause of James II, but eventually regained its vast estates in Kerry, Limerick and Cork, and retained them throughout the worst of the penal times without making any compromise in matters of religion. This collection includes a remarkable series of rental books, by which families still living can often be traced back to the first half of the seventeenth century; The estate accounts and agents' reports throw much light on the state of agriculture in the middle of the 18th century, as does the diary (1755 et seq.) of Thomas, 4th Viscount Kenmare, which is printed in full. Several protracted law cases, recorded in some detail, are of interest as examples both of 18th century legal procedure and particularly of the application of anti-Papist legislation. 50

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828.Protestant Dissent and Controversy in Ireland, 1660-1714. Phil Kilroy. Cork University Press. 1994. 300 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Study of how Quakers, Independents, and Presbyterians fared during this period. 28

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829.Country, Class or Craft. The Politicisation of Cork's Artisans in the Nineteenth Century. Maura Cronin. CORK, Cork University Press. 294 pages. 1995. dust wrapper. near fine. This excellent work examines the political involvement of a group often overlooked, namely the skilled craftsmen. 24

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830.Sloinnte Gaedhal is Gall. Irish Names and Surnames. Patrick Woulfe. KANSAS. 1992 reprint of the 1923 edition. near fine. 45

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831.William Smith O'Brien and his Irish Revolutionary Companions in Penal Exile. Blanche Tuohill. MISSOURI, University of Missouri Press. 1981. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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832.Conflict, Identity and Economic Development. Ireland and Scotland 1600 - 1939. S. J. Connolly, R. A. Houston and R. J. Morris. 1995. dust wrapper. near fine. Excellent articles on urbanisation, rural protest, identity, poor laws etc. 18

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833.My Uncle John, Edward Stephen's Life of J. M. Synge. edited by Andrew Carpenter. 1974. OXFORD. 222 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 188

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834.Secret Life of Joan Denise Moriarty. Sandra MacLiammoir. Blackwater Press. 1995. dust wrapper. near fine. Life story of the founder of the Irish National Ballet. 18

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835.Irish Womens' Letters. compiled by Laurence Flanagan. Allan Sutton. 1997. 222 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Lettters from women occupying every conceivable background. 18

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836.Journals and Memoirs of Thomas Russell. C. J. Woods editor. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1991. 199 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Thomas Russell was one of the founders of the Society of United Irishmen. 24

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837.Longford, Essays in County History. Raymond Gillespie & Gerard Moran. Lilliput Press. 1991. 232 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This is the first major study of the county since 1886. 30

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838.Irish Priests in Penal Times, 1660 - 1760. From the State Papers in Dublin and London. William Burke. Irish University Press. 1969 reprint of the 1914 edition. vii pages, 491 pages. near fine. An essential reference work for the history of the penal period. Burke transcribed hundreds of documents many of which unfortunately subsequently perished. 24

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839.Unfinished Revolution, United Irishmen in New South Wales 1800 - 1810. Anne Whitaker. Sydney, Crossing Press. 1994. 275 pages. paperback. near fine. Story of 400 United Irishmen who changed the history of Australia forever. 18

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841.In Castle and Cabin or Talks in Ireland in 1887. George Pellew. NEW YORK, Putnam's Sons. 1888. 309 pages, folding map. very good copy in embossed cloth. A detailed examinations of conditions in the country, at the height of the Land controversy. 95

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842.The Analecta of David Rothe, Bishop of Ossory. edited and with introduction by Patrick F. Moran editor. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1884. 608 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. 90

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843.The Book of Erin or Ireland's Story told to the New Democracy. J. Morrison Davidson. LONDON, circa 1880. 298 pages. near fine copy in original embossed cloth. A great deal of information on aspects of Irish history and the principal individuals involved in same. 95

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844.History of the Land Tenures and Land Classes of Ireland with an account of the various secret agrarian confederacies. George Sigerson. LONDON, Longmans. 1871. 333 pages. 135

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845.The Midland Septs & The Pale. An Account of the early septs and later settlers of the King's County and of Life in the English Pale. F. R. Montgomery Hitchcock. DUBLIN, Sealy Bryers and Walker. 1908. 311 pages. 95

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846.The History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century. W. E. H. Lecky. LONDON, Longmans, Green. 1913. Attractive five volume set. 140

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847.New Fragments. John Tyndall. NEW YORK, Appleton. 1900. 500 pages. slight staining. 54

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848.Life of Tom Clarke. Louis N. Le. Roux. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 1936. 244 pages. Thomas J Clarke was a Fenian and was referred to as The Father of the Revolution. Clarke who was the first signatory of The Proclamation was executed in Kilmainham. 40

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849.Tour of the Tipperary Hurling Team in America 1926. Thomas J. Kenny. LONDON, George Roberts. 1928. near fine copy in torn dust wrapper. 250

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850.Return of the Brute. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, The Mandrake Press. 1929, first edition. 187 pages. 45

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851.Irish Names of Places. P. W. Joyce. Phoenix Publishing. circa 1920. attractive three volume set in red cloth, very good set apart from some staining to spine of one volume. 120

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852.Recollections of Dublin Castle and of Dublin Society by a Native. Chatto & Windus. 1902. 304 pages. an interesting and insightful account. 50

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853.Mil na mBeac, Sliocht do Shein-leabhraibh an meud so idir Pros agus Filidheacht. Cur i gClo ag Muintir Dollard. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Muintir Ghoill. 151 pages. occasional staining. 38

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854.Laoi Oisin ar Thir na n-Og. The Lay of Oisin in the Land of Youth. Michael Coimin , edited and translated by Tomas O Flannghaile. M. H. Gill. circa 1920. 186 pages. attractive embossed cloth. 45

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855.Retrospections of Dorothea Herbert. 1770-1789, 1789-1806. LONDON, Howe. 1929, 1930. 2 volumes. 434 pages. lovely set. 130

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856.Peadar O'Donnell, Irish Social Rebel. Michael McInerney. O'Brien Press. 1974. 256 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 34

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857.The Open Secret of Ireland. T. M. Kettle. LONDON, W. J. Ham-Smith. 1912. 171 pages. foxing. 30

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858.The Life and Times of Robert Emmet by R. R. Madden with Numerous Notes and Additions, and a Portrait on Steel and a Memoir of Thomas Addis Emmet. 1858. 328 pages. nice copy in embossed cloth. 110

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859.Convicts and Colonies: A Study of Penal Transportation from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia and other parts of the British Empire. A. G. L. Shaw. Irish Historical Press. 1998 reprint. paperback. 400 pages. near fine. 12

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860.The State, Society and Authority in Ireland. The Foundations of the Modern Irish State. Gretchen MacMillan. DUBLIN. 1993. 278 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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861.Lives of the Irish Saints. edited by Charles Plummer. Oxford University Press. 1997. 2 volume set, 346 pages, 404 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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862.The Makings of a Music: Reflections on the Poetry of Wordsworth and Yeats. Seamus Heaney. Liverpool, University of Liverpool. 1978. 18 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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863.Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. William Carleton. GERRARD'S CROSS, Colin Smythe. 1990. 2 volumes, 430 pages, 428 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. The definitive edition. 45

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864.Hurling. Tony Wall. DUBLIN, Cityview Press. 1965. 122 pages. paperback. near fine. 35

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865.Harvest, a history of Grain Growing, Harvesting and Milling in Ireland. Majella Flynn. 1996. 134 pages. paperback. near fine. 12

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866.Court Martials of 1798 - 1799. Patrick Power. Irish Historical Press. 1977. paperback. near fine. 10

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867.Communications and Community in Ireland. edited by Brian Farrell. Mercier Press. 1984. 134 pages. paperback. Thomas Davis Lectures, including one on William Martin Murphy. 10

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869.Just Like Yesterday, an Autobiography. Leon O'Broin. Gill & Macmillan. circa 1980. 250 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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870.Conversion to the Roman Catholic Faith, and Edifying Death of Andrew Dunn: or a Guide to Truth and Happiness. Revised and Enlarged. DUBLIN, The Catholic Book Society. 1830. 56 pages. First and last pages dust stained, edges trimmed, bound in modern stiff wrapper. Interesting frontispiece of man kneeling and praying on half title. Dunn's conversion from Protestantism based on the influence of John Smyth' a neighbour of his, and a very good liver' is used in this tract as the opportunity of outlining pertinent Catholic dogma. This work was obviously intended for a Protestant audience. 95

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871.The Age of the Saints in the Early Celtic Church. N. K. Chadwick. Oxford University Press. 1961. 66 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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872.The English in Medieval Ireland. James Lydon editor. DUBLIN, Royal Irish Academy. 1984. 168 pages. near fine. 30

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873.Kilfenora, a History. John Flanagan. Ennistymon, circa 1985. 160 pages. paperback. near fine. 24

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875.Irish High Crosses. Francoise Henry. DUBLIN, Three Candles Press. 70 plates, plus plates. wrappers. 18

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876.Richard Davis Webb, Dublin Quaker Printer 1805 - 72. Richard Harrison. 1993. 88 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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877.The Barbavilla Trials and the Crimes Act in Ireland. by Rev. John Curry. DUBLIN, W. J. Alley. 1886. xiv pages, 84 pages. modern marble boards with paper label. 105

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878.The Gorgeous Mask, Dublin 1750 - 1800. David Dickson editor. 1987. 180 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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879.The Gorgeous Mask, Dublin 1750 - 1800. David Dickson editor. 1987. 180 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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880.The Irish Race in California, and on the Pacific Coast. Hugh Quigley. San Francisco. 1878. 548 pages. nice copy in embossed cloth with old ownership stamp on title page. 125

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881.The Life of Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland in the Third Century; the Story of his Mission by Pope Celestine, and of his connexion with the Church of Rome proved to be a mere fiction: with an appendix containing his Confession and Epistle to Coroticus. Translated into English by R. Steele Nicholson. DUBLIN, McGlashan and Gill. 1868. 170 pages. lovely copy in embossed cloth. 85

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882.Essays in British and Irish History in honour of James Eadie Todd. edited by H. A. C Cronie, T. W. Moody and D. B. Quinn. LONDON, Frederick Muller. 1949. 334 pages. excellent copy in tatty dust wrapper. An important collection of essays, most on Irish affairs, in honour of James Eadie Todd, professor of modern history in Queen's University Belfast. 50

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883.The Dissolution of the Religious Orders in Ireland under Henry VIII. Brendan Bradshaw. Cambridge University Press. 1974. 276 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 95

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884.Irish Population, Economy & Society. Essays in Honour of the late K. H. Connell. J. M. Goldstrom and L. A. Clarkson editors. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1981. 322 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 36

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885.Correspondence between The Right Honourable William Pitt & Charles, Duke of Rutland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1781-1787. Introduction by John Duke of Rutland. EDINBURGH, William Blackwood & Sons. 1890. 189 pages. near fine. An important source on the Eighteenth century Irish Parliament. 80

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886.Downstream. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1962. 64 pages. near fine. 35

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887.Newman's University. Idea and Reality. Fergal McGrath. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan Ltd. 1951. 537 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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888.Family and Farm in Pre-Famine Ireland. The parish of Killeshandra. Kevin O'Neill. University of Wisconsin Press. 1984. 232 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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889.Amhrain Eoghain Ruaidh Ui Shuilleabhain maille le beathaidh an Fhilidh agus focloir. Athair Padraig Ua Duinnin. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Connradh na Gaedhilge. 1907. 210 pages. some rubbing to covers. An important volume of the Gaelic League Irish Texts Series. 50

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890.The Irish Tradition. Robin Flower. OXFORD, The Clarendon Press. 1947. 173 pages. 35

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891.Erastus Senior. Peter Talbot, bound with A Short and Plain Way to the Faith and Church, by Richard Hudleston. LONDON, Charles Dolman. 1844. 86 pages, 64 pages. nice copy, rebacked preserving original paper covers. Erastus Senior originally printed in 1662 argued that 'those called Bishops here in England are no Bishops, either in Order or Jurisdiction, or so much as Legal.' 90

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892.And See Her Beauty Shining There, the Story of the Irish Countrywomen. Pat Bolger editor. 1986. 96 pages. paperback. near fine. 12

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893.Irish Franciscans and France. Father Canice Mooney. Clonmore & Reynolds. 1964. 138 pages. dust wrapper. 28

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894.Shame the Devil. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Grayson & Grayson. 1934. 285 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy of the second impression. 28

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896.The Black Soul. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1924. 253 pages. nice copy. 34

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897.The House of Gold. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1929. 352 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy of the first edition. 56

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898.Children of the Rainbow. Bryan MacMahon. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1952. 341 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 45

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899.Two Chapters of Irish History. The Irish Parliament of James 11. The Alleged Violation of the Treaty of Limerick. T. Dunbar Ingram. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1888. 154 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. near fine. 60

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900.Families of County Clare. From the earliest times to the 20th Century. Michael O'Laughlin. KANSAS. 1997. 244 pages. 25

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901.Families of County Cork. From the earliest times to the 20th Century. Michael O'Laughlin. KANSAS. 1997. 244 pages. near fine. 25

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902.Administrative Law in Ireland. Ronald Stout. DUBLIN, Institute of Public Administration. 1985. 514 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. a major study of the relationship between the citizen and the State. 28

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903.William O'Brien and the Irish Land War. Sally Warwick-Haller. Irish Academic Press. 1990. 336 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. An in-depth study of the period and of one of the principal individuals involved. 25

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904.The Festival of Brigit, Celtic Goddess and Holy Woman. Seamas O'Cathain. DUBLIN, DBA Publications. 1995. 194 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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905.Colony and Frontier in Medieval Ireland. Essays Presented to J. F. Lydon. edited by Terry Barry, Robin Frame and Katharine Simms. Hambledon Press. 1995. 262 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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906.Educational Policy in Twentieth Century Ireland. Seamas O'Buachalla. Wolfhound Press. 1988. 434 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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907.Letters from Georgian Ireland. Correspondence of Mary Delany 1731-68. edited by Angelique Day. BELFAST, Friar's Bush Press. 1991. paperback. near fine. impressions of people, places and social gatherings. a delightful book. 18

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908.Irish Art Heritage from 2,000 B. C. Design Legacy from the Mid-West. a Source Book for Craft Workers. Hillary Gilmore. O'Brien Press. 1983. paperback. near fine. 10

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909.The Catholic Church and the Foundation of the Northern Irish State 1912-30. Mary Harris. CORK, Cork University Press. 1993. 240 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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910.A Voice for the Country. 50 years of Macra na Feirme. Jim Miley. Macra na Feirme. 1994. 244 pages. paperback. near fine. 14

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911.British and Irish Archaeology. A Bibliographical Guide. compiled by A. C. King. Manchester University Press. 1994. 324 pages. near fine. 55

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912.Oceans of Consolation. Personal Accounts of Irish Migration to Australia. David Fitzpatrick. Cornell University Press. 1994. 648 pages. paperback. fine. 18

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913.The Book of the Galtees and the Golden Vein. A Border History of Tipperary, Limerick & Cork. Paul J. Flynn. DUBLIN, Hodges Figgis & Co. 1926. 418 pages. 115

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914.Peace by Ordeal, an account from first-hand sources, of the negotiation and signature of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921. The Earl of Longford [Frank Pakenham] . LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1935. 400 pages. repaired dust wrapper. Peace by Ordeal has come to be accepted as an authoritative account of the Treaty. 35

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915.A History of Medieval Ireland from 1086 to 1513. Edmund Curtis. LONDON, Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1938. 433 pages. nice copy in nicked dust wrapper. 32

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916.The Reminiscences of the Right Hon Lord O'Brien of Kilfenora. Hon. Georgina O'Brien. LONDON, Edward Arnold. 1916. 194 pages. modern cloth. 70

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917.The Administration of Ireland, 1920. By "1.0.'' LONDON, Philip Allan. 1921. 468 pages. embossed cloth. 'I. O' was the pseudonym for Major Cecil John Street. In this work Street attempts to justify the Irish Policy of the British Government at this time. The author quotes freely from unpublished police and military reports and from documents allegedly recovered from captured Irish rebels. 65

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918.Die Irische Helden-und Konigsage his zum siebzehnten Jahrhundert. Rudolf Thurneysen. Halle Verlag von Max Niemeyer, gedruckt mit Unterstutzung der Abteilung fur Irische Sprache der Dail Eireann. Teil 1 and 11. 718 pages. original wrappers, spine rebacked. 145

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919.The Consolidation of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland, 1860-1870. Emmet Larkin. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1987. 714 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 28

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920.Essays presented to Michael Roberts, professor of modern history in the Queen's University of Belfast. edited by John Bossy and Peter Jupp. BELFAST, Blackstaff Press. 1976. 184 pages. 45

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921.Letters from Sir Robert Cecil to Sir George Carew. edited by John Maclean. LONDON, The Camden Society. 1864. 166 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. These letters throw much light on the policy pursued by the court of Queen Elizabeth in the affairs of Ireland, during the latter part of her reign. 50

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922.Statistical Observations relative the County of Kilkenny, made in the years 1800 & 1801. William Tighe. KILKENNY, Grangesilvia Publications. 1998 reprint of the 1802 edition. 2 volumes in slipcase. near fine. 95

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923.Three Passage Graves at Newgrange, County Meath. M. J. O'Kelly, Frances Lynch and Claire O'Kelly. 1978. 102 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 16

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924.Irish Agrarian Rebellion, The Whiteboys of 1769-76. J. S. Donnelly. 1983. 38 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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925.Some Late Seventeenth - to Late Eighteenth- Century Finds from Kilkenny Castle. P. David Sweetman. 1981. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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926.An Eighteenth-Century Intellectual Friendship; Letters of Richard Edgeworth and the Wedgewoods. Francis Doherty. 1986. 38 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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927.Collared and Cordoned Cinerary Urns in Ireland. Rhode M. Kavanagh. 1976. 110 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 18

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928.A Decorated Iron Age Horse-Bit Fragment from Ireland. Barry Raftery. 1974. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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929.A Metrical Examination of the Poems Guthlac A and Guthlac B. Jane Roberts. 1971. 48 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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930.Petrie's Contribution to Irish Music [Aspects of George Petrie-IV]. A. Fleischmann. 1972. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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931.George Petrie and a Century of Irish Numismatics [Aspects of George Petrie-III]. M. Dolley. 1972. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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932.The Maps of the Irish Escheated Counties of Ulster, 1609-10. J. H. Andrews. 1974. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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933.The Origins and Character of the Kilkenny Witchcraft Case of 1324. Anne Neary. 1983. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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934.The Manuscripts of the Annals of Clonmacnois. Sarah Danderlin. 1982. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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935.Sir William Petty as Kerry Ironmaster. T. C. Barnard. 1982. 32 pages. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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936.Irish Medieval Swords 1170-1600. Andrew Halpin. 1986. 48 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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937.The Tithe System in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Maurice J. Bric. 1986. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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938.Toghers or Causeways: Some Evidence from Archaeological, Literary, Historical and Place-name Sources. A. T. Lucas. 1985. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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939.A Neolithic Burial Mound at Ashleypark, County Tipperary. Conleth Manning. 1985. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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940.The Demography of Carrick-on-Suir, 1799. L.A. Clarkson. 1987. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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941.The Medieval Settlement of Newcastle Lyons, County Dublin: an Interdisciplinary Approach. K. J. Edwards, F. W. Hammond and A. Simms. 1983. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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942.Boulder-Burials. Sean O'Nuallain. 1978. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 10

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943.An Earthen Enclosure at Monknewtown, Slane, County Meath. P. David Sweetman. 1976. 46 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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944.The Animal remains from the Beaker Settlement at Newgrange, County Meath, First Report. Louise Van Wijngaarden-Bakker. 1974. 70 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 14

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945.Two Eighteenth-Century Maps of Carlow Town. A. A. Horner. 1978. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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946.Iron 'Slave Collars' from Lagore Crannog, County Meath. B. G. Scott. 1978. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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947.Irish Linen for Spain and Portugal: James Archbold's Letters 1771-79. A. K. Longfield. 1976. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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948.'Holy Crossys': a Catalogue of Processional, Altar, Pendant and Crucifix Figures for Late Medieval Ireland. Colum Hourihane. 2000. 86 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 15

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949.The Struggle for Control of the Irish Mint, 1460-1506. S. G. Ellis. 1978. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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950.Documents on the Early Stages of the Bruce Invasion, 1315-1316. J. R. S. Phillips. 1979. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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951.Leibniz and the Jacobite War: Reports and Reflections on the Battle of the Boyne and Events in Ireland, 1689-91. James G. O'Hara. 1991. 20 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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952.Anglo-Norman Settlement in County Meath. B. J. Graham. 1975. 26 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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953.A Late Neolithic-Early Bronze Age Pit Circle at Newgrange, County Meath. P. David Sweetman. 1985. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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954.Three Miniatures in the Book of Kells. Peter Harbison. 1985. 16 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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955.Late Medieval Crosses in County Meath, 1470-1635. Heather A. King. 1983. 36 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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956.An Essay on Medieval Architecture in Ireland Previous to the English Invasion [Aspects of George Petrie-V]. George Petrie. 1972. 48 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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957.The D-Text of Patrick's Confession ; Original or Reduction. R. P. C. Hanson. 1977. 16 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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958.Two Hitherto Unpublished Membranes of Irish Petitions, Presented at the Midsummer Parliament of 1302 and the Lent Parliament of 1395. G. Hand. 1971. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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959.Adhelm of Malmesbury and the Irish. G. T. Dempsey. 1999. 22 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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960.A Little Known Contribution to Hiberno-Norse Numismatics of Otto Alcenius 1838-1913. Michael Dolley and Tuuka Talvio. 1977. 10 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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961.A Bridge in its Time: The River Liffey Crossing at Church Street in DUBLIN. John W. De Courcy. 1990. 14 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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962.Sir John Perrot and the Irish Parliament of 1585-6. Victor Treadwell. 1985. 50 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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963.Sculptured Memorials to the Dead in Early Seventeenth Century Ireland: a Survey from Monumenta Eblanae and Other Sources. R. Loeber. 1981. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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964.The Irish Version of Statius' Achilleid. D. O'hAodha. 1979. 56 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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965.Workhouse Management in Pre-Famine Ireland. Gerard O'Brien. 1986. 22 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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966.Plans from Plans: an Analysis of the 1:2500 OS Series as a Source for Ringfort Morphology. Matthew Stout. 1992. 28 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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967.Medieval Settlement in County Roscommon. B. J. Graham. 1988. 20 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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968.The Notes on Non-Irish Saints in the Manuscripts of Feilire Oengusso. J. Hennig. 1975. 40 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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969.A Catalogue of the Roman Coins from Newgrange, County Meath and Notes on the Coins and Related Finds. R. A. G. Carson and Claire O'Kelly. 1977. 22 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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970.Metallographic Study of Some Early Iron Tools and Weapons from Ireland. B. G. Scott. 1977. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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971.Roman Material from Ireland: a Re-consideration. J. D. Bateson. 1973. 76 pages. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 10

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972.Episcopal Elections in Ireland, c. 1254-72. A. F. O'Brien. 1973. 48 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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973.Early Bronze Age Burial in the South-East of Ireland in the Light of Recent Research. Charles Mount. 1997. 94 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 8

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974.The Territorial Ambitions of Maurice Fitzthomas, First Earl of Desmond, with particular reference to Barony and Manor of Inchiquin, County Cork. A. F. O'Brien. 1982. 30 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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975.Viscount Townshend and the Irish Revenue Board, 1767-73. Thomas Bartlett. 1983. 22 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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976.The Inscriptions on the Cross of the Scriptures at Clonmacnois, County Offaly. P. Harbison. 1979. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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977.The Makings of an Ulster Great Estate: The Chichesters, Barons of Belfast and Viscounts of Carrickfergus, 1599-1648. P. Roebuck. 1979. 26 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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978.Ancient Agricultural Activity at Slieve Gullion, County Armagh: The Palynological and Documentary Evidence. Valerie Hall. 1990. 12 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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979.John Foster and the Speakership of the Irish House of Commons. A. P. W. Malcomson. 1972. 32 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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980.The Ordinances of the White Earl and the Problem of Coign in the Later Middle Ages. C. A. Empey and Katherine Simms. 1975. 18 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 5

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981.The Irish Hospitallers during the Great Schism. C. L. Tipton. 1970. 14 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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982.A Resident Landlord in his Local Setting; the Second Marquis of Donegall at Ormeau, 1807-1844. W.A Maguire. 1983. 24 pages. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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983.Harpsichord Making in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century. Pauline MacSweeney. 1983. 10 pages. plates. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. Blue wrappers with title on front cover and in near fine condition. 6

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984.Barry's Flying Column. Ewan Butler. LONDON. 1971. 165 pages. dust wrapper. Story of one of the most formidable of the Irish units in the War of Independence, The Cork No. 3 Brigade. 35

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985.The Story of a Success by P. H. Pearse. Being a record of St. Enda's College, September 1908 to Easter 1916. Editor Desmond Ryan, B. A. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1920. 127 pages. lovely copy. 40

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986.Robert Peel's Irish Policy : 1812 - 1846. Robert Carl Shipkey. USA, Garland Publications. 1988. 560 pages. near fine. In a very detailed and extensive work, Shipkey examines how Robert Peel, as Chief Secretary for Ireland and later as Prime Minister treated Ireland and Irish problems. His initial opposition to, and later acceptance of the need for Catholic Emancipation is among the many policy areas examined in this book. 45

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987. James Connolly: Selected Writing. Edited by P. Berresford Ellis. NEW YORK, Monthly Review Press. 1973. 317 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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988.Impressions and Recollections. Brigadier- General F. P. Crozier. LONDON, T. Werner Laurie. 1930. 330 pages. 65

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989.The War in Clare 1911-1921. Michael Brennan. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press. 1980. 112 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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990.Ireland, Vital Hour. Arthur Lynch M. P. PHILADELPHIA, Winston. no date, circa 1914. 388 pages, maps. some wear to covers. A detailed study of the Political situation in Ireland in the Pre-Rebellion years. Lynch a Home Ruler opposed the philosophy of the emerging Sinn Fein movement. 55

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991.The Story of the Royal Dublin Society. Terence de Vere White. TRALEE, The Kerryman Ltd. 1955. 228 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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992.The Interpretation of the Cuchulain Legend in the Works of W. B. Yeats. Birgit Bjersby. Sweden, Upsala. 1950. 188 pages. wrappers. This was the first issue in the Upsala Irish Studies series. 34

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993.The Life Story of an Old Rebel. John Denvir. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1972 reprint of the 1910 edition. 288 pages. 45

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994.Politics and Opinion in Crisis, 1678-81. Mark Knights. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 424 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 32

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995.The Figure in the Cave and other Essays. John Montague. Syracuse University. 1989. 226 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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997.Frank Ryan. The Search for the Republic. Sean Cronin. DUBLIN, Skellig Press. 1980. 284 pages. paperback. 30

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998.Puck Fair, History and Traditions. Michael Houlihan. LIMERICK. 1999. 160 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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999.On the Boiler. William B. Yeats. 1971 Irish University Press reprint of the original Cuala Press edition. wrappers. 24

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1000.Selected Poems of James Clarence Mangan. edited by Michael Smith. Gallery Books. 1974. 96 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1001.The Hungry Grass. Donagh MacDonagh. Faber & Faber. 1947. 72 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 24

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1001.The First Affair. Peter Fallon. Gallery Books. 1974. wrappers. 16

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1002.Eves Moods Unveiled. Jonathan Hanaghan. Runa Press. 1971. 64 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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1003.Realms, a sequence of Poetical Texts and Etchings. Michael Kane. Gallery Books. 1974. signed copy, limited edition of 250 copies. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1004.Politics, Law and Order in 19th Century Ireland. Virginia Crossman. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1996. 290 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. This important work examines the political framework in which the law was administered over the course of the nineteenth century. 25

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1005.Great Famine, Ireland's Potato Famine 1845 - 51. John Percival. 1995. large format. near fine. 18

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1007.Images of Prehistory. Text by Peter Fowler, Photographs by Mick Sharp. Cambridge University Press. 1990. 224 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. a beautiful publication. 35

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1008.Dublin 1660-1860. A Social and Architectural History. Maurice Craig. DUBLIN, The Cresset Press. 1952. 362 pages. 1990. excellent copy in tatty dust wrapper. 85

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1009.Dublin 1916. An illustrated Anthology. Edited by Roger Mc Hugh. LONDON, Arlington Books. 1976. 399 pages. illustrated. dust wrapper. Newspaper reports, extracts from diaries, letters and reminiscences of participants are used to document a detailed record of Dublin during the Easter Rising. The book is illustated profusely, with many photographs published for the first time. 45

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1010.Catholic Emancipation Centenary Record, June 1929. Rev. Myles V. Ronan. DUBLIN, Colm O Lochlainn at the Three Candles Press. 1929. lovely copy in decorative wrappers. large format, profusely illustrated. 40

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1011.Dublin Civic Week September 1927. Official Handbook. DUBLIN, Civic Week Council. 1927. some wear to extremities of the decorative wrappers. a nice copy of this most attractive and informative production. 38

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1012.The Petty-Southwell Correspondence. 1676 - 1687. Edited from the Bowood Papers by the Marquis of Lansdowne. NEW YORK. Reprints of Economic Classics. 1967. 343 pages. near fine. Both Richard Southwell and Sir William Petty owned large properties, Petty in Kerry where he established ironworks, fisheries and a trade in timber, and Southwell in Kinsale and its vicinity. Their correspondence covered a variety of topics, including their estates in Ireland, anxieties relating to the dangers threatening the Act of Settlement on which ownership of their vast estates depended, and remarks on Petty's economic writings. 30

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1013.History of the Legislative Union of Great Britain and Ireland. T. Dunbar Ingram. 1970 reprint of the 1887 edition. 231 pages. near fine. 22

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1014.The Genealogies, Tribes and Customs of Hy - Fiachrach, commonly called O'Dowda's country. With translation and notes, and a map of Hy - Fiachrach, and folding genealogical table of the O'Dowds. John O' Donovan translator. attractive 1995 reprint of Irish Archaeological Society edition of 1844. 524 pages. fine. 95

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1015.Tomas Aghas. Thomas Ashe. 1885-1917. Michael O'Morain. CONTAE CHIARRAI. 1985. 40 pages. wrappers. dual language pamphlet. 8

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1016.Irish Agricultural Production, its Volume and Structure. Raymond Crotty. Cork University Press. 1966. 384 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. A superby detailed study of the historical importance of Irish agriculture. 24

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1017.Irish Historical Statistics: Population, 1821-1971. Edited by W. E. Vaughan and A. J. Fitzpatrick. Royal Irish Academy. 396 pages. dust wrapper. 372. Covering ages of population, numbers emigrating by county size of population, religious denominations. 25

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1018.Voices. A Life of Frank O'Connor. James Matthews. NEW YORK, Atheneum. 1983. 450 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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1019.Council Books of the Corporation of Waterford. 1662-1700. Edited by Seamas Pender. Irish Manuscript Commission. 1964. xvi pages, 498 pages. modern cloth. near fine. The Waterford council proceedings are important to those researching the development of municipal government in Ireland. 45

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1020.Floreat Hibernia. A Bio-bibliography of Robert Lloyd Praeger. Timothy Collins. Royal Dublin Society. 1985. 151 pages. near fine. Biography of Ireland's premier naturalist together with a bibliography of his work. 30

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1021.A Guide to Irish Parish Registers. Brian Mitchell. U. S. A., Genealogical Publishing. Baltimore. 1995. 136 pages. near fine. 25

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1022.Trial of William Drennan. John Larkin, editor. Irish Academic Press. 1991. dust wrapper. dust wrapper. near fine. Drennan was one of the principal organisers of the United Irishmen. 24

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1023.The History of Medicine in Ireland. John Fleetwood. 1983 reprint of the 1951 edition. 373 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1024.James Fintan Lalor Radical. David Buckley. 1990. Cork University Press. 1990. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1025.Dublin as a Work of Art. Colm Lincoln with photographs by Alan O'Connor. 1982. DUBLIN, O'Brien Press. 224 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1026.Father Mathew and the Irish Temperance Movement, 1838-1849. Colm Kerrigan. Cork University Press. 1992. 243 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1027.British High Politics and a Nationalist Ireland. Criminality, Land and the Law under Forster and Balfour. Margaret O'Callaghan. Cork University Press. 1997. 223 pages. paperback. near fine. 16

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1028.Irish Antiquity. Essays and Studies presented to M. J. O'Kelly. edited by Donnchadh O'Corrain. Four Courts Press. 1994. 350 pages. paperback. Superb collection of essays on a variety of subjects including dendrochronology, bronze age implements, gold artifacts, iron age burials, field boundaries, monastic archaeology, early Irish churches. 16

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1029.The Poetry and Song of Ireland with biographical sketches of her Poets. John Boyle O'Reilly compiler. KANSAS. circa 1990 reprint of the Victorian edition. illustrated. 814 pages. attractive embossed cloth covers. near fine. 55

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1030.The Irish Country House, a Social History. Peter Somerville-Large. LONDON, Sinclair-Stevenson. 1985. 374 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 25

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1031.Memoir of Ireland, Native and Saxon. Daniel O'Connell. Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1843 edition. 406 pages. near fine. 20

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1032.A Guide to Irish Country Houses. Mark Bence-Jones. Constable. 1996. large format, illustrated. 320 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 38

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1033.In Ruins, the Once Great Houses of Ireland. Photographs by Simon Marsden, text by Duncan McLaren. Little, Brown & Co. 1997. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1034.Mainie Jellett, and the Modern Movement in Ireland. Bruce Arnold. Yale University Press. 216 pages. 1991. large format, illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1035.The Voyage of Saint Brendan. Translation by John J. O'Meara, paintings by Daniel De'Angelico. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1994. limited edition binding. near fine. 75

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1036.Letters of a Great Irish Landlord. A selection from the estate correspondence of the third Marquess of Downshire, 1809-45. W. A. Maguire editor. BELFAST, Stationery Office. 1974. 189 pages. large format. paperback. 20

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1037.An Anglo-Irish Miscellany. Some records of the Jephsons of Mallow. Maurice Denham Jephson. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1964. 434 pages. large format paperback. near fine. 95

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1038.Campanology in Ireland. Fred E. Dukes. Samton Limited. 1994. 256 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 32

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1039.The Old Limerick Journal. French Edition. LIMERICK. 1989. large paperback. some handwriting. 20

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1040.John Daly Burk, Irish Revolutionist and American Patriot. Joseph Shulim. American Philosophical Society. 1964. large format wrappers. 60 pages. 25

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1041.The Boyne Valley and Its Antiquities. Myles V. Ronan. DUBLIN, Browne and Nolan Ltd. circa 1960. 52 pages. wrappers. 14

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1043.The High Crosses of Ireland. An Iconographical & Photographic Survey. Peter Harbison. BONN, Dr. Rudolf Habelt Gmbh. 1992. 3 volumes, one of photographs. large format. near fine. 345

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1044.The Parish of Drimnagh. Golden Memories. Golden Jubilee 1943-1993. DRIMNAGH. 1993. large format. paperback. 16

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1046.Ossory Clergy and Parishes: being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Ossory, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches etc, with a map of the diocese and portraits of some Post-Establishment Bishops. Rev. James B. Leslie. FERMANAGH, Fermanagh Times. 1933. 400 pages. a nice copy. 110

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1047.Biographical Succession Lists of the clergy of the Diocese of Down. Rev. James B. Leslie and Rev. Henry Swanzy. Fermanagh, Fermanagh Times. 1936. 180 pages. fading to spine and foxing. 95

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1048.Ferns Clergy and Parishes: being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Ossory, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches etc. Rev. James B. Leslie. DUBLIN, Church of Ireland Printing Co. 1936. 288 pages. spine rebacked. 95

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1049.A History of Clare Abbey and Killone [Clare]. Joseph Power. circa 1988. 46 pages. large format. wrappers. 20

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1050.Gods of the Celts. Miranda Green. SUTTON, Bramley Books. 1986. 257 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1051.Ireland. Sketches of some Southern Counties, collected during a Tour in the Autumn of 1797. G. Holmes. WHITEGATE, Ballinakella Press. 1987 limited edition facsimile reprint of the 1801 edition. 211 pages. near fine. 20

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1052.'That Damn'd Thing Called Honour': Duelling in Ireland 1570-1860. James Kelly. Cork University Press. 1995. 320 pages. paperback. near fine. This splendid work explores the impact of dueling in the history of Ireland and details both the duels themselves and the participitants in them including Henry Grattan, Henry Flood and Daniel O'Connell. paperback. 14

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1053.Rosc '71. An International exhibition of modern Art from outside Ireland and Viking Age Art. DUBLIN. 1971. 230 pages. 26

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1054.Rosc '80. An International exhibition of modern Art from outside Ireland and Chinese Painting. DUBLIN. 1980. 260 pages. 26

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1055.Irish Recollections. Justin McCarthy. NEW YORK, Hodder & Stoughton. circa 1890. 279 pages. lovely copy in attractive binding. some foxing to preliminary pages. This book contains an impressive series of illustrations of contemporary political figures. 55

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1057.The Civil Survey of the County of Meath. edited by Robert Simington. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1940. 410 pages. modern cloth. near fine. The Civil Surveys were descriptive records of the land and of its owners in 1640, recording every estate, names of places, with an account of the rivers, streams and woodland areas. Local particulars include the name and residence of the owner, the homes of the people, valuations, areas in tillage and pasture, mills, antiquities and so forth. 45

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1058.Civil Survey of the County of Kildare. edited by Robert Simington. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. Pages. xlvi pages, 294 pages. 1952. near fine. A descriptive record of the land and its owners in 1640, recording every estate, names of places, with an account of the rivers, streams and woodland areas. Local particulars include the name and residence of the owner, the homes of the people, valuations, areas in tillage and pasture, mills, antiquities and so forth. 48

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1059.Revolt of the Bottom Dog, history of Trade Union Movement in Limerick City and County, 1916 - 21. LIMERICK. circa 1985. David Lee editor. large format educational pack. 15

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1060.Tercentenary of the Siege of Clonmel 1650-1950. Souvenir Record. Philip O'Connell and W. Darmody editors. The Clonmel Tercentenary Committee. CLONMEL, County Tipperary. 1950. 100 pages. wrappers. large format. 35

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1061.The Trial of Oliver Plunkett. Alice Curtayne. LONDON, Sheed & Ward. 1953. 239 pages. tatty dust wrapper. 26

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1062.The History and Antiquities of Kilmacduagh. J. Fahey. GALWAY, Kenny's Bookshop reprint of the 1893 edition. 480 pages. near fine copy. dust wrapper. near fine 35

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1063.Tipperary. Rev. James H. Cotter. NEW YORK, Devin-Adair Co. 1929. 192 pages. tatty dust wrapper. 75

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1064.The Viceroys of Ireland. The Story of Nobelmen and Women who ruled Ireland and Irish Society for over 700 years. Charles O'Mahony. LONDON, John Long Ltd. 1912. 352 pages. 75

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1065.A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, comprising the several Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate, Market, and Post Towns, Parishes, and Villages, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions. Samuel Lewis. GALWAY, Kenny's Bookshop. 1995 reprint of the 1837 edition. 675 pages, 738 pages and map volume. large format in slipcase. An indispensable resource book collectors, libraries and historians alike including the atlas volume. 95

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1066.King James's Irish Army List 1689. Illustrations, Historical and Genealogical. John D'Alton. LIMERICK, The Celtic Bookshop. Limited edition, 1995 reprint of the 1855 edition. 975 pages. One of the most important source books for the history of seventeenth century Ireland contains a mass of valuable information, much of it unobtainable elsewhere. 70

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1067.A Social History of Ireland: treating of the Government, Military Systems, Law, Religion, Learning and Art, Trades, Industry and Commerce, Manners, Customs and Domestic Life of the Ancient Irish People. P. W. Joyce. 2 volume set, LIMERICK & KANSAS. 1995 reprint of the edition. 1318 printed pages, illustrated. attractive limited edition printing of 500 copies. 85

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1068. The History of The O'Dwyer Family, a re-issue of the O'Dwyers of Kilnamanagh by Sir Michael O'Dwyer. additional material and biographical profile by Tom O'Dwyer. LIMERICK, The Celtic Bookshop. 2001 reprint of the 1933 edition. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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1069.Irish Painting. Brian Kennedy. DUBLIN, Town House. 1993. colour illustrations. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. This is the first full-colour introduction to Irish painting. Dr. Kennedy's essays reflect his contention that Irish talent has been as evident in the visual arts world as it has been in the world of literature. 25

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1070.A Catalogue of Pamphlets on Economic Subjects deposited in Irish Libraries. R. D. Collison Black. 1969. 591 pages. large format. dust wrapper. An invaluable reference books for researchers. 25

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1071.Irish National Inventory of Historic Scientific Instruments. Charles Mollan. Samton Limited. 1995. 500 pages. large format. near fine. a fascinating and exhaustive study. 85

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1072.Houses of Clare. Hugh W. Weir. Ballinakella Press. large format. dust wrapper. 284 pages. plus plates. illustrated. 38

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1073.The Gardens of Ireland. Michael George and Patrick Bowe. NEW YORK, Little Brown & Company. 1986. large format. colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine 34

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1074.De Praesulibus Hiberniae. Potissimis Catholicae Religionis in Hibernia Serendae, Propagandae, et Conservandae Authoribus, Authore Joanne Linchaeo nuper Archidiacono Tuamensi. John Francis O'Doherty editor. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1944. 2 volumes, 464 pages, 408 pages. some wear to covers. 85

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1075.De Praesulibus Hiberniae. Potissimis Catholicae Religionis in Hibernia Serendae, Propagandae, et Conservandae Authoribus, Authore Joanne Linchaeo nuper Archidiacono Tuamensi. John Francis O'Doherty editor. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1944. 2 volumes, 464 pages, 408 pages.wear to bindings. extensive notes to text and newspaper cuttings inserted with sellotape, by previous owner who was compiling a diocesan history of Clonfert. 95

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1076.Brabazon Potpourri. The Earl of Meath. LONDON, Hutchinson & Co. 1928. 282 pages. 40

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1077.The Life of Lord Russell of Killowen. R. Barry O'Brien. NEW YORK, USA. Longmans Green & Co. 1901. 405 pages. 40

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1078.Historical Studies. Papers read Before the Second Irish Conference of Historians at Dublin, 1958. T. Desmond Williams Editor. LONDON, Bowes. 1958. 100 pages. dust wrapper. 22

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1080.Marching Workers. An Exhibition of Irish Trade Banners and Regalia. Belinda Loftus. Irish Council of Trade Unions. 1978. wrappers. 18

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1081.The Massacre at Smerwick [1580]. Professor Alfred O'Rahilly. Cork University Press. 1938. wrappers. 30

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1082.L'Irlande. Une Vieeille Nation. Une Jeune Republique. Jean Schwoebel. PARIS, Le Monde. 1950. 16 pages. wrappers. name on title page. 20

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1083.Rochelle, the history of a school in Cork. Dorothy Rudd. no place of publication, circa 1980. 154 pages. wrappers. 22

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1084.The Franciscans in Ennis. Patrick Conlan. [ENNIS, 1984] 68 pages. wrappers. near fine. 15

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1085.Le Droit Ecclesiastique Contemporain D'Irlande. Preface de Gabriel Le Bras. PARIS, Libraire Generale De Droit et de Jurisprudence. 1958. 170 pages. wrappers. 30

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1086.Historic Sligo, a Bibliographical Introduction to the Antiquities and History, Maps and Surveys, Mss. and Newspapers, Historical Families and Notable Individuals of Sligo. John C. McTernan. Sligo. 1965. wrappers. 30

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1087.Culture et Pratique Politiques, En France et en Irlande. Actes du Colloque de Marseille. Paris, Centre de Recherches Historiques. 1988. wrappers. 258 pages. Some of the essays in this important collection are in French, others in English. 35

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1088.The Book of Ui Maine. Collotype Facsimile. Introduction and Indexes by R. A. S. Macalister. 65 pages, 161 collotype plates. Folio volume. Irish Manuscript Commission. 1942. The Book of Ui Maine otherwise known as the Book of the O'Kellys, was written for Muircheartach Ua Ceallaigh, Bishop of Clonfert. The contents are genealogical romantic, metrical and hagiographical. 325

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1089.The Present and Future of Archaeology in Ireland. R. A. S. Macalister. Falconer. 1925. 24 pages. wrappers. 18

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1090.Tuam's Raths and Souterrains. T. B. Costello, with drawings by R. J. Kirwan. GALWAY, The Stationery Company. no date, circa 1910. wrappers. some signs of wear. 24

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1091.Kings in Grass Castles. Mary Durack. LONDON, Constable. 1959. 399 pages. tatty dust wrapper. 45

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1092.The Dublin City Churches of the Church of Ireland. An Illustrated Handbook. H. A. Wheeler and M. J. Craig. DUBLIN. Association for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. 1948. 48 pages, plus plates. wrappers. 28

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1093.Sentry Hill, an Ulster Farm and Family. Brian M. Walker. 1983. 182 pages. wrappers. 18

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1094.Reconstructing the Criminal. Culture, Law and Policy in England, 1830-1914. Martin J. Weiner. Cambridge University Press. 1990. 382 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. An excellent study that also covers the role of Irish nationalists in Britain. 30

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1095.Censorship in Ireland 1939-45. Neutrality, Politics and Society. Donal O'Drisceoil. Cork University Press. 1996. paperback. 352 pages. near fine A comprehensive analysis of an unexplored episode of Irish history. 18

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1096.Saint Patrick, his Origin and Career. R. F. C. Hanson. OXFORD. 1997. 248 pages. dust wrapper. 22

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1097.The Heritage of Mayo. Aine Ni Cheannain. Foilseachain Naisiunta Teoranta. 1982. 118 pages. wrappers. 22

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1098.The Famine in Kerry. edited by Michael Costello. Kerry Archaeological Society. circa 1997. 108 pages. wrappers. 20

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1100.The Yeats Country, a guide to the Sligo District. Sheelah Kirby with drawings by Ruth Brandt. The Dolmen Press. 1977. wrappers. near fine 10

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1101.The Life and Times of Brian O'Higgins. Padraig O'Tuille. Brian O'Higgins Memorial Committee. circa 1945. 24 pages. wrappers. 25__________________________________________________________

1102.A Short History on the parish of Killure, Fohenagh and Kilgerril. [County Galway]. Tadhg MacLochlainn. 1975. 54 pages. wrappers. 24

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1103.The Norman Invasion of Ireland. Richard Roche. Anvil Books. 1970. 134 pages. wrappers. 15

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1104.Islands and Authors, Pen-pictures of Life Past and Present. edited by Proinsias O'Conluain. Anvil Books. 1983. 180 pages. wrappers. near fine 15

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1105.The Gaelic League Idea, The Thomas Davis Lectures. edited by Sean O'Tuama. Mercier Press. 1972. 110 pages. wrappers. 10

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1106.Short History of Kinsale. Michael Mulcahy. Cork. 1966. 68 pages. wrappers. 16

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1107.Ring Up the Curtain, the enthralling story of 25 years of the Wexford Festival Opera highlights. Gus Smith. Celtic Publishers. 1976. 166 pages. wrappers. 28

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1108.Guide to the History and Antiquities West of Killala Bay. J. Lynott. 1980. 40 pages. wrappers. 20

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1109.The Independence of the Celtic Church in Ireland. W. S. Kerr. LONDON, Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. 1931. 162 pages. wrappers. 22

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1110.The Islands of Ireland, their Scenery, People, Life and Antiquities. Thomas H. Mason. Mercier Press. 1967. 142 pages. wrappers. 16

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1111.The Ancient Parish and Church of St. John the Baptist, Sligo from early times to Disestablishment. edited by Charles Tyndall. 1962. 44 pages. wrappers. 18

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1112.Hiring Fairs & Farm Workers in North-West Ireland. Michael O'Hanlon. Guilhall Press. 1992. 180 pages. wrappers. 20

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1113.Homoeopathy in the Irish Potato Famine. Francis Treuherz. Samuel Press. 1995. 138 pages. wrappers. 18

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1114.Haulbowline, Spike and Rocky Islands. Niall Brunicardi. Cork. 1968. 68 pages. wrappers. 16

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1115.The First Dail, January 21, 1919. Maire Comerford. Published by Joe Clarke. 1969. 120 pages. wrappers. signed by both author and publisher. some wear to covers. 24

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1116.Timoleague & Barryroe. James Coombes. CORK, Timoleague. 1969. 86 pages. wrappers. 16

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1117.The Story of Abbeyleix, An Tostal Souvenir 1953. Kilkenny Journal 1953. 68 pages. wrappers. 18

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1118.The O'Connell Memorial Church, Cahirciveen. Con Costello. The Kerryman. 1984. 40 pages. wrappers. 12

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1119.The Changing Face of Dundrum [County Dublin]. J. Nolan. 1981. 80 pages. wrappers. 16

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1120.Monasterboice and its Monuments. Helen M. Roe. County Louth Archaeological Society. 1968. 78 pages. wrappers. 14

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1121.Brief History and Compendium of Survey Company C. O. E. compiled by Segt Michael Meehan. The Defence Forces Printing Press. circa 1997. 64 pages. wrappers. 16

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1122.Misericords in St. Mary's Cathedral Limerick. J. A. Haydn, revised by M. J. Talbot. LIMERICK, McKerns. 1963. 6 pages. wrappers. 10

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1123.Penal Era and Golden Age, Essays in Irish History, 1690-1800. edited by Thomas Bartlett and D. W. Hayton. Ulster Historical Foundation. 1979. 232 pages. wrappers. 24

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1124.The Soldier's Song. The Story of Peadar Kearney, illustrated. Seamus De Burca. DUBLIN, P. J. Bourke. 1958. 256 pages. wrappers. inscribed by author. 30

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1125.Utopia in Glandore, James Redmond Barry and William Thompson, Socialist. James Coombes. CORK, Butlerstown. 1970. 48 pages. wrappers. 14

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1126.The Easter Commemoration Digest. DUBLIN, Sackville Press. 1964. 72 pages. wrappers. near fine. 22

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1127.Seamus Costello, 1939-1977. Political Biography and Tributes from his Friends. Nora Connolly O'Brien et als. Seamus Costello Memorial Committee. circa 1980. 78 pages. wrappers. 24

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1128.Theatre in Ireland. Michael MacLiammoir. DUBLIN, Colm O Lochlainn for the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland at the Sign of the Three Candles. 84 pages. wrappers. 12

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1129.The Ossianic Lore and Romantic Tales of Medieval Ireland. Gerard Murphy. DUBLIN, Colm O Lochlainn for the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland at the Sign of the Three Candles. 1955. 69 pages. wrappers. 12

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1130.The Wall Family in Ireland. 1170-1970. Hubert Gallwey. Leinster Leader. 1970. 318 pages. dust wrapper. 145

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1131.Stone Mad. Seamus Murphy, illustrated by William Harrington. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1966. 229 pages. dust wrapper. 40

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1132.Theobald Wolfe Tone. Colonial Outsider. An Analysis of his Political Philosophy. Tom Dunne. CORK, Tower Books. 1982. paperback. 16

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1133.Kiskeam Cousins, genealogies and family histories from Kiskeam Area [Cork]. John O'Riordan. ATHENRY. 1989. 64 pages. wrappers. 22

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1134.Of One Company. Biographical Studies of Famous Trinity Men 1591-1951. D. A. Webb editor. Trinity College, DUBLIN, Icarus. 1951. 100 pages. wrappers. 20

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1135.The Hero of Cremona, Count Daniel O'Mahony. John G. Rowe. Catholic Truth Society. circa 1910. 16 pages. wrappers. 12

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1136.Parish of SS. Michael & John, Dublin. Year Book and History. 1952. wrappers. attractive item with coloured illustrations. 26

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1137.Father Larry Murray. Liam Mac An tSagairt. Eigse Oirialla. 1983. 26 pages. wrappers. 12

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1138.Saint Michael's Cootehill [Cavan]. A Brief History of the Church, its Buildings and its People. Hugh O'Brien. MONAGHAN. 1994. 124 pages. wrappers. 18

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1139.Through the Eyes of Quarryman. Davis Coakley and Mary Horgan editors. University College Cork. 1969. 100 pages. wrappers. 12

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1140.The Bard of Thomond, his Life and Times, Selections from his Work, History of Thomondgate. Frank Hamilton. Fercor Press. 1974. 148 pages. paperback. near fine. Michael Hogan was a famous Limerick poet in the nineteenth century. 10

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1141.Prospect of Erne, a Study of the Islands and Shores of Lough Erne, County Fermanagh. Mary Rogers. Fermanagh Field Club. 1967. 254 pages. wrappers. 24

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1142.Agnes Morrogh-Bernard, 1842-1932. Foundress of Foxford Woolen Mills. Bernie Joyce. FOXFORD. circa 1990. 32 pages. wrappers. 8

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1143.A Historical Summary on the Parish of Ahascragh, Caltra and Castleblakeney. Tadhg MacLochlainn. BALLINASLOE. 1979. 92 pages. wrappers. very good. 14

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1144.Irish Protestantism To-Day and Tomorrow. A Demographic Study. R. P. McDermott and D. A. Webb. DUBLIN. circa 1937. 28 pages. wrappers. 16

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1145.Athlone Abbey Graveyard Inscriptions. Hazel Ryan. Mullingar. 1987. 76 pages. wrappers. 10

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1146.Echoes of Ballingaddy [County Limerick]. Catherine O'Mahony. KILMALLOCK. 1988. 26 pages. wrappers. 10

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1147.Saint Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry, Historical Guide. Rev. R. G. S. King. LONDONDERRY. 1952. 80 pages. wrappers. near fine. 22

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1148.Glenavy, the Church of the Dwarf 1868-1968 [Antrim]. Rev. Patrick McKavanagh. PARIS. 1936. 64 pages. wrappers. 24

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1149.Fiery Cross. The Story of Jim Larkin. Joseph Deasy. DUBLIN, New Books Publications. 1963. 40 pages. wrappers. 12

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1150.Some Aspects of Navan History. Rev. C. C. Ellison. DROGHEDA. 1963. 24 pages. wrappers. 22

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1151.Saint Patrick's Purgatory Lough Derg. Impressions of a Pilgrim. Joseph Timony. DUBLIN. 1956. 24 pages. wrappers. 18

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1152.Offaly Tombstone Inscriptions. Daingean Graveyards and the Dtory of Father Mullen. John Kearney. TULLAMORE. 1985. 56 pages. wrappers. near fine copy. 16

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1153.Gipsy Meralini in Redgate. David T. Dwane [Limerick author]. LIMERICK, The Shannon Publishers. 139 pages. decorative wrappers. 24

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1154.The Kirk at Markethill, a short history of First and Second Markethill Presbyterian Church. James Reaney. ARMAGH. 1981. 76 pages. 18

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1155.Monkeys in the Superstructure, Reminiscences of Peadar O'Donnell. GALWAY. 1986. 34 pages. wrappers. near fine. 12

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1156.Ireland's Premier Coachbuilder, the Story of the Coachbuilding Firm of John Hutton & Sons, Dublin 1779-1925. Jim Hooke. DUBLIN. circa 1985. 68 pages. wrappers. 24

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1157.Saint Mullins Illustrated. A Local History and the Life of Saint Moling, compiled from Ancient Mss. Notes and Traditions by Patrick O'Leary. 1995 reprint of the 1913 edition. 76 pages. wrappers. 20

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1158.The Welcome in the Glen, Short Stories of Clerical Life, of the Irish Rebellion, of the Penal Days, etc [Donegal]. Eugene Derwent. DUBLIN. 1951. 112 pages. wrappers. 25

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1159.Causeway, County Kerry, its Location, Lore and Legend. Jerry Allman. 1983. 118 pages. wrappers. 18

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1160.The Liberal Ethic. The Irish Times. 1950. 90 pages. wrappers. a most interesting argument in the debate on liberalism generated by the Catholic organisation Maria Duce. 26

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1161.Teresa's Bar. Paul Durcan. DUBLIN, Gallery Press. 1976. wrappers. near fine. 28

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1162.Sam's Cross. Paul Durcan. DUBLIN, Profile Poetry. 1978. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1163.Loss and Gain. Gerard Smyth. Ravens Arts Press. 1981. 44 pages. wrappers. 18

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1165.Father Griffin 1892-1920. Padriac O'Laoi. GALWAY. 1994. 96 pages. wrappers. Father Griffin was murdered in mysterious circumstances by 'Crown forces' in Galway in 1920. 16

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1166.Books Beyond the Pale. Aspects of the Provincial Book Trade in Ireland before 1850. edited by Gerard Long. DUBLIN, Rare Books Group. 1996. paperback. near fine. 20

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1167.Radio, Radio. The Story of Independent Local Community and Private Radio in Ireland. Peter Mulryan. DUBLIN. 1988. paperback 160 pages. near fine. 10

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1168.Cork's Industrial Revolution 1780-1880. Development or Decline. C. Andy Bielenberg. Cork Univeristy Press. 1991. 172 pages. paperback. near fine. 14

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1169.De Valera and his Times. edited by J. P. O'Carroll and John A. Murphy. Cork University Press. 196 pages. large format paperback. near fine. 12

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1170.The Nairac Affair. Michael O'Cuinneagain. DONEGAL. 1981. 88 pages. wrappers. 18

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1171.The Years of the Great Test. Edited by Francis MacManus. Mercier Press. 1967. 183 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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1172.Edwardian Belfast, a Social Profile. Sybil Gribbon. 1982. 60 pages. illustrated. wrappers. near fine. 14

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1173. The Stewarts of Ballintoy, with notes on other families in the district in the seventeenth century. Rev. George Hill. 1976. 62 pages. wrappers. 18

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1174.Richard Heaton of Ballyskenagh 1601-1666, First Irish Botanist. Laurence Walsh. ROSCREA. Parkmore Press. 1978. wrappers. 112 pages. 26

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1175.Remember Limerick. Ballads, Poems and Songs of County Limerick. editor Sean Murphy. LIMERICK. 1999. 320 pages. wrappers. fine. 14

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1176.Folklore of Clare, a Folklore Survey of County Clare and County Clare Folk-Tales and Myths. T. J. Westropp. 2000. 130 pages. dust wrapper. near fine Westropp during the course of his extensive archaeological surveys in Clare collected these tales, beliefs and superstitions which were published between 1910 and 1913. 15

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1177.Trodden Gold. Merchandise of Silk, Paper and Wood and the Glory of Arar-tree. John Mackay. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 1928. 310 pages. 35

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1178.Irish Country Cures. Patrick Logan. 1994. 150 pages. paperback. near fine. 8

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1179.Padraig Pearse, Triumph of Failure. Ruth Dudley Edwards. DUBLIN. 1990. paperback. near fine. 10

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1180.Ireland in the New Century. Horace Plunkett. NEW YORK. 1970 reprint of the 1904 edition. near fine. 18

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1181.The IRA in the Twilight Years, 1923-1948. Uinseonn MacEoin. DUBLIN. circa 1998. 980 pages. paperback. 35

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1182.John Stanislaus Joyce, the Voluminous Life and Genius of James Joyce's Father. John Wyse Jackson and Peter Costello. 1997. 494 pages. near fine copy. 25

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1183.Peel and O'Connell, a Review of the Irish Policy of Parliament from the Act of Union to the death of Sir Robert Peel. G. Shaw Lefevre. 1970 reprint of original 1887 edition. 357 pages. near fine. 18

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1184.Some Revelations in Irish History or old elements of Creed and Class. Conciliation in Ireland. edited by Saxe Bannister. 1970 reprint of 1870 edition. near fine. Consisting of Thomas Sheridan's Discourse on the Rise and Power of Parliament printed in London 1677 with new introductory material. 16

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1185.Poetry of the Celtic Races and Other Studies. Ernest Renan, French essayist, translator W. Hutchison. 1970 reprint of the 1870 edition. near fine. 16

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1186.Ireland under Elizabeth. A History of Ireland in the Reign of Elizabeth, being a portion of the History of Catholic Ireland by Don Philip O'Sullivan Bear, translated from the original Latin. Matthew J. Byrne. WASHINGTON, Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1903 edition. 212 pages. 30

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1187.The Parish of Ballinasloe. Its History from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. Rev. Patrick K. Egan. Kenny's Bookshop 1994 reprint of the 1960 edition. 355 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1188.Sir Bertram Windle. A Memoir. Monica Taylor. LONDON, Longmans Green & Co. 1932. 428 pages. 50

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1189.New Poems. W. B. Yeats. Irish University Press 1970 reprint of the 1938 Cuala Press edition. quarter linen on boards. near fine. 18

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1190.Liber Lovaniensis. A Collection of Irish Franciscan Documents 1629-1717. Cathaldus Giblin editor. DUBLIN, Clonmore & Reynolds Ltd. 1956. 425 pages. dust wrapper. old college library stamps. 40

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1191.Irish Franciscan Mission to Scotland 1619-1646. Documents from Roman Archives. Cathaldus Giblin editor. DUBLIN, Assissi Press. 1964. 196 pages. dust wrapper. 26

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1192.Days of Fear. Frank Gallagher. LONDON. 1928. 175 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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1193.Tristram & Iseult. A Dramatic Poem. John Hackett Pollock, 'An Philibin'. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1924. 45 pages. wrappers. near fine. 26

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1194.Smoking Flax. John Hackett Pollock 'An Philibin'. DUBLIN, Martin Lester Ltd. 59 pages. wrappers. near fine. 26

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1195.The Sun-Child. John Hackett Pollock ' An Philibin'. DUBLIN, Talbot Press Ltd. 1925. 67 pages. wrappers. near fine. 26

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1196.A Tale of Thule together with Some Poems. John Hackett Pollock. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press Ltd. 56 pages. wrapper. 26

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1197.Ireland: its Saints and Scholars. J. M. Flood. Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1918 edition. 14

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1198.An Introduction to the Study of the Irish Language based upon the Preface to Donlevy's Catechism. Text, Translation and Notes. Rev William Hayden. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1891. 69 pages. wrappers. near fine. 28

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1199.A Brief Account of the Cuala Press, formely the Dun Emer Press, founded by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats in 1903. Liam Miller. 8 printed pages in one single loose folding, bound in paper wrapper. Printed at the Cuala Press, DUBLIN. 1972 as a keepsake for the Heritage of the Graphic Arts, NEW YORK. near fine. an attractive piece of printing. 45

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1200.Poems Written in Discouragement, 1912-1913. [W. B. Yeats] Irish University Press. 1971. 10 pages. wrappers. 12

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1201.The Speckled Bird by William Butler Yeats. edited by William H. O'Donnell. The Cuala Press. 1974 in an edition of 500 two volume sets. This is number 73. slip case. near fine. 45

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1202.Seven Poems and a Fragment. William Butler Yeats. Irish University Press. 1970 reprint of the 1920 edition. quarter linen on boards. near fine. 20

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1203.Sir Roger Casement, Irland, Deutschland & Die Freiheit der Meere und Andere Auffake. Jos. C. Hubers Derlag, Dieffen vor Munchen. l916. 215 pages. internally very good, loose in tatty wrappers. 65

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1204.Sean-Caint na nDeise. The Idiom of Living Irish. Rev. M. Sheehan. The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. 1944. 231 pages. 24

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1205.Austin Clarke Remembered. Essays, Poems and Reminiscences to mark the centenary of his Birth. edited by R. Dardis Clarke. The Bridge Press. 1996. 134 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1206.The Book of Kells, 'A New Look'. William Battersby. Navan. 1995. 92 pages. wrappers. near fine. 14

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1207.James Joyce & Medicine. J. B. Lyons. Humanities Press and Dolmen Press.1974. 255 pages. near fine in nicked dust wrapper. 38

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1208.The Church and Parish of Tuamgraney. Edwin Owen, Dean of Killaloe. 1964. 10 pages. wrappers. 20

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1209.Echo after Echo. Killarney and its History. Donal Horgan. Blackface Publications. 1984. 120 pages. wrappers. near fine. 18

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1211.Vive Moi! Sean O'Faolain. BOSTON. 1964. 374 pages. dust wrapper. nice copy. 22

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1212.My Story. Paddy the Cope. introduction by Peadar O'Donnell. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1939. 288 pages. some wear to covers. 28

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1213.The Fermanagh Story, a Documented History of the County Fermanagh from the earlies times to the present day. Peadar Livingstone. Cumann Seanchais Chlochair. 1969. 570 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy . 95

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1214.The Wood and the Trees. A Biography of Augustine Henry. Sheila Pim. Boethius Press. 1984. 256 pages. dust wrapper. 35

__________________________________________________________

1215.Highlights of Ireland's Story, a Book of Knowledge and Fascinating Features. Harry Percival Swan. Dundalgan Press. 1969. dust wrapper. 18

__________________________________________________________

1216.James Joyce's Early Years. My Brother's Keeper. Stanislaus Joyce. NEW YORK, The Viking Press. 1958. 266 pages. dust wrapper. 32

__________________________________________________________

1217.In Castle and Court House being Reminiscences of 30 years in Ireland. Ramsay Colles. LONDON, T. Werner Laurie. illustrated. 320 pages. A valuable insight into certain aspects of life in Victorian Ireland. 45

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1218.The Diary of Lady Frederick Cavendish. John Bailey editor. LONDON, John Murray. 1927. 2 Volumes, 371 pages, 306 pages. 50

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1219.Education in the Diocese of Kilmacduagh in the 19th Century. Sr. Mary de Lourdes Fahy. 1972. 149 pages. dust wrapper. letter from author enclosed. inscriptions by owner on title page and elsewhere. 24

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1220.The High Crosses of Kells. Helen Roe. MEATH. wrappers. 10

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1221.Early History of Tullamore. Rev. Dr. Moran. TULLAMORE. 1989. 36 pages. wrappers. near fine 16

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1222.The Art of Joyce's Syntax in Ulysses. Roy Gottfield. University of Georgia Press. 1980. dust wrapper. 24

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1223.The Sympathetic Alien. James Joyce and Catholicism. J. Mitchell Morse. NEW YORK University Press. 1980. tatty dust wrapper. 26

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1224.Joyce's Voices. Hugh Kenner. Faber & Faber. 1978. dust wrapper. very good copy. 18

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1225.James Joyce, a critical introduction. Harry Levin. Faber & Faber. 1944. 18

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1226.Dublin. A Study in Environment. John Harvey. Batsford. 1949. 116. illustrated. modern cloth. 28

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1227.Upper Lough Erne in 1739. William Henry. new and limited edition, edited with Notes and Appendices by Sir Charles S. King. Ballinakella Press, 1987. near fine. 14

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1228.Saga of the Irish Brigade to Spain, 1936. Seosamh O'Cuinneagain. no date of publication. ENNISCORTHY. 24 pages. illustrated. some wear to wrappers. A poetic tribute to the members of the brigade. 20

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1229.Hunting Memories of Many Lands. Sir T. H. Grattan Esmonde. LONDON, T. Fisher Unwin. 1925. illustrated. 262 pages. some wear to covers. 32

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1230.The Windings of the Moy with Skreen & Tireragh. Rev James Greer. DUBLIN, Alex Thom & Co. Ltd. 1986 reprint of the original edition. 232 pages. 25

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1231.The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Thomas Moore. Glasgow, R. & T. Washbourne Ltd. circa 1890. 283 pages. wrappers. 20

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1232.The Anglo-Irish. Three Representative Types, Cork, Ormonde & Swift, 1602-1745. Brian FitzGerald. LONDON, Staples Press. 1952. 369 pages. 25

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1233.The Dictionary of Dublin, being a complete illustrated guide to Dublin and its neighbourhood. E. Mac Dowel Cosgrave and Leonard R. Strangways. DUBLIN, Sealy, Bryers & Walker. 1908. 230 pages. illustrated. wear to embossed covers. 58

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1234.The McCarthys in Early American History. Michael O'Brien. NEW YORK. 1921. 322 pages. internally very good, but substantial wear to covers. 85

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1235.La Harpe Irlandaise. Germaine Beaumont. PARIS. 1949. 248 pages. wrappers. near fine. a fictional work. 25

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1236.Quin Abbey, an Illustrated History. Siobhan O'Sullivan. ENNISTYMON. circa 1990. 68 pages. wrappers. 20

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1237.Dublin Fragments, Social and Historic. A Peter. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis. 1925. 218 pages. illustrated. nicked dust wrapper. 36

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1238.The Diocese of Emly. Rev. St. John D. Seymour. DUBLIN, Church of Ireland Printing & Publishing. 1913. 297 pages. substantial wear to covers. 155

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1239.Historical Notes on Laois and Place Names of Ballyroan. Seosamh MacCaba. The Old Laois Society. PORTLAOISE. 128 pages. wrappers. 18

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1240.The Chalice in the Church. Charles A. Webster. LONDON, Mowbray. 38. illustrated. wrappers. information on Irish church plate. 32

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1241.Labour Nationality and Religion. James Connolly. Irish Transport & General Workers Union. 1935. 75 pages. wrappers. 14

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1242.Ralahine, Land War and the Co-operative. [County Clare]. David Lee. LIMERICK. 1981. 56 pages. wrappers. 14

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1243.Four Notable Kerry Poets. P. S. Dinneen. DUBLIN, Gill & Son. 1929. 32 pages. wrappers. 24

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1244.An Irish Church Historian. Rev. John Lanigan (1758-1828). P. L. O'Madden. DUBLIN, Catholic Truth Society of Ireland pamphlet. 1928. 20 pages. wrappers. 14

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1245.A Short History of the Catholic Church in Kilrush and of its Pastors. James T. McGuane. 1989. 36 pages. wrappers. 16

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1246.The Ownership of Station Island, Lough Derg, With a Brief Historic Sketch of the Pilgrimage. Margaret Gibbons. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1937. 94 pages. 26

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1247.Father John Murphy, Famine Priest 1796-1883 [County Cork]. A. J. Reilly. 1963. 112 pages. dust wrapper. 32

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1248.Sir Roger Casement's Diaries 'His Mission to Germany and the Findlay Affair'. edited by Dr. Charles Curry. MUNICH, Arche Publishing Co. 1922. 226 pages. internally good, tatty wrappers. 62

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1249.Thomas Davis: The Thinker & Teacher. Arthur Griffith editor. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1914. 288 pages. 38

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1250.Ireland in Insurrection, an Englishmans record of fact. Hugh Martin. LONDON, Daniel O'Connor. l921. 223 pages. modern cloth. An important contemporary examination of Black and Tan outrages in Ireland , by an independent observer. 45

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1251.Slane. C. E. F. Trench, drawings by Bea Orpen. 1976. 46 pages. wrappers. 8

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1253.In Universitate Parisiensi 1578-1793. Pollet Nomen Hibernicum. Per Nationem Germanicam. T. Corcoran. DUBLIN. 1943. 40 pages. wrappers. 25

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1254.A History of the Parish of Rath [Clare]. Michael MacMahon. 1979. 96 pages. wrappers. 22

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1255.The Diocese of Killala, from its Institution to the end of the Penal Times. Thomas McDonnell, Bishop of Killala. 1976. 144 pages. wrappers. 24

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1256.Tarbert on the Shannon [Kerry]. Dennis & Joseph Holly. 1981. 124 pages. wrappers. 24

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1257.Wexford & Wicklow Insurgents of 1798. Luke Cullen. ENNISCORTHY, '98 Commemoration Association. 1959. 116 pages. wrappers. presentation copy to Cearbhail O'Dalaigh, then Chief Justice of Ireland. 30

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1259.Coir Feoire. Placenames of Co. Kilkenny; their original Irish and present English forms; Parishes, Townlands, Subdivisions; with Notes of Historical Interest. Eogan O Ceallaigh. Kilkenny People. 1953. 70 pages. wrappers. nice copy. 25

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1260.James Fintan Lalor. Patriot & Political Essayist [1807-1849]. L. Fogarty. Talbot Press. 1919. excellent copy. 26

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1261.Irish White Cross Report to 31st August, 1922. W. J. Williams. DUBLIN. Martin Lester Ltd. 141 pages. illustrated. The Irish White Cross Society was organised to cope with the distress and destitution resulting from the War of Independence. It was a strongly Nationalistic Society. This report contains much information not obtainable elsewhere. 65

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1262.A Kerry Footballer. Mick O'Connell. 1970. very good in tatty though colourful dust wrapper. 30

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1263.Society, Evolution and Revalation. An Original Insight into Man's Place in Creation. Jonathan Hanaghan. DUBLIN, The Runa Press. 1957. very good in nicked dust wrapper. 45

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1264.The Diocese of Ross. Its Bishops, Clergy and Parishes. Charles Webster. CORK. 1936. some fading to cloth covers. 95

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1265.A History of the Parish of Ardstraw West and Castlederg [Diocese of Derry]. Philip Donnelly. circa 1979. 168 pages. wrappers. 18

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1266.Mud & Purple, Pages from the Diary of a Dublin Man. Seumas O'Sullivan. The Talbot Press. 1918. dust wrapper. 20

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1267.Carrick-on-Suir and its People. Patrick Power. The Carrick Society. 1976. dust wrapper. 50

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1268.John Blake Dillon, Young Irelander. Brendan O'Cathaoir. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1990. dust wrapper. Dillon was a leading member of the Young Ireland Movement. near fine. 22

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1269.The Love Story of Thomas Davis told in the letters of Annie Hutton. edited by Joseph Hone. DUBLIN. 1971. Irish University Press reprint of the 1945 edition. quarter linen on boards. 20

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1270.An Ulster Parish, being a history of Donaghcloney [Waringstown]. Edward Dupre Atkinson. Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1898. 168 pages. nice copy. 55

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1271.Where Aileach Guards, a Millennium of Gaelic Civilisation. Brian Bonner. Foilseachain Naisiunta. 1974. 142 pages. nicked covers. 28

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1272.Rosemary Street Presbyterian Church, a Record of the last 200 years. J. W. Kernohan. BELFAST. 1923. 168 pages. wrappers. 35

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1273.The Dublin Tweedys. The Story of an Irish Family 1650-1882. Owen Tweedy. LONDON, Vallentine, Mitchell. 1956. 214 pages. 55

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1274.Book of Survey and Distribution. Co. Clare, reproduced photographically from the manuscript with introductions by Dr. Simington and index by Mr. Mac Giolla Choille. DUBLIN. Irish Manuscript Commission. 1960. large folio. unbound sheets. The Books of Survey and Distribution disclose the position as to land ownership in every parish and barony prior and subsequent to the forfeitures under Cromwell and William III. The names of the old proprietors, the lands forfeited, the extent profitable and unprofitable, and the areas distributed to the specified new owners are exhibited, column by column, in wide folios. Markings, or signs, to which a key exists, indicate the titles of dispositions, e.g. Certificates, Patents, Act of Settlement Decrees, and Trustees' Sales. 85

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1275.The Diocese of Limerick from 1691 to the Present Time. John Archdeacon Begley. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1938. 651 pages. 95

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1276. The History of The O'Dwyers of Kilnamanagh. Sir Michael O'Dwyer. LONDON, John Murray. 1933. 358 pages. occasional foxing. 110

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1277.The Voice of Banba. Songs, Ballads and Satires. Brian O'Higgins author and publisher. Three Candle Press. 1931. decorative wrappers. 22

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1278.The Moncks and Charleville House, a Wicklow Family in the Nineteenth Century. Elisabeth Batt. Blackwater. 1979. 304 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 35

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1279.The Book of County Tipperary, a Directory for manufacturers, merchants, traders, professionals, land-owners, farmers, tourists, anglers and sportsmen. George Bassett. 1991 reprint of the 1889 edition. 423 pages. paperback. fine. 15

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1280.Life and Death of Roger Casement. Dennis Gwynn. LONDON, Newnes. 320 pages. no date.[circa 1950]. excellent copy in attractive though nicked dust wrapper. 30

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1281.Donegall Street Congregational Church - Belfast, 1798-1935. BELFAST, Cullintree Press. [1935] 36 pages. wrappers. 24

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1282.Irish Above Politics. Mairtin O'Caidhain. Press Cuchulainn [1964] wrappers. 16

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1283.Ulster Folklore. Elizabeth Andrews. LONDON, Elliot Stock. 1913. nice copy. 26

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1284.An Affair of Honour, Irish Duels and Duelists. Michael Barry. FERMOY, Eigse Books. 1981. 148 pages. wrappers. near fine. 12

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1285.Memories of the Twentieth Century. Reginald, 12th Earl of Meath. LONDON, John Murray. 1924. 310 pages. 30

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1286.Irish Poets in English, The Thomas Davis Lectures on Anglo-Irish Poetry. edited by Sean Lucy. Mercier Press. 1973. 238 pages. wrappers. 8

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1287.Footprints of Father Theobald Mathew. Apostle of Temperance. Rev. Father Augustine. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1947. 590 pages. 40

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1288.Popular Songs of Ireland. collected by Thomas Crofton Croker. LONDON, George Routledge & Sons. 1986. 320 pages. 45

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1289.Collected Works of Padraic H. Pearse. Political Writings & Speeches. Padraic H. Pearse. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Roberts Ltd. 1922. 372 pages. some foxing. 35

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1290.The Heffernans and their Times, a Study in Irish History. Patrick Heffernan. LONDON, James Clarke. 200 pages. tatty dust wrapper. 95

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1291.The Letters of Rev. James Maher late p.p. of Carlow-Graigue on Religious Subjects, with a Memoir. Rt. Rev Patrick Francis Moran editor. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan Printers. 1877. 604 pages. modern cloth. 42

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1292.History of Clifden 1810-1860. Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill. 1981. wrappers. 26

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1293.The Making of Ireland and Its Undoing 1200-1600. Alice Stopford Green. LONDON. Macmillan & Co. 1909. 573 pages. 45

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1294.Antrim and Down in '98. The Lives of Henry Joy McCaracken, Henry Munro, James Hope, William Putnam McCabe and Rev. James Porter. Dr. Madden. Burns, Oates & Washbourne. circa 1898. 246 pages. wrapper. 44

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1295.Irish Television. The Political and Social Origins. Robert Savage. Cork University Press. 1996. 234 pages. paperback. near fine. 16

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1296.An tSraith Dha Togail. Mairtin O'Cadhain. Sairseal agus Dill. an chead chlo 1970. 260 pages. near fine, apart from owner's inscription. 40

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1297.The Barracks. A History of Victoria-Collins Barracks Cork. Dan Harvey and Gerry White. Mercier Press. 1997. 208 pages. paperback. near fine. fascinating account of both British and Irish occupation. 18

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1298.The Story of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. Major E. S. E. Childers and Robert Stewart. LONDON, Hutchinson & Co. 1921. nice copy. 46

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1299.Mediaeval Records and Sonnets. Aubrey de Vere. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1893. 270 pages. excellent copy. 35

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1300.English Misrule and Irish Misdeeds. Four Letters from Ireland, addressed to an English Member of Parliament. Aubrey de Vere. Kennikat Press, 1970 reprint of the 1848 edition. 266 pages. near fine. an important and insightful work on Ireland in the mid-nineteenth century. 25

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1301.Economic Change: wages, profits and rents 1500-1750. Peter Bowden editor. Cambridge University Press. 1990. 424 pages. wrappers. near fine. part of the agrarian history of Britain series. 24

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1302.Ireland in Rebellion. Sylvain Briollay. The Talbot Press. 1922. 144 pages. dust wrapper. 34

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1303.The Parnell of Real Life. William O'Brien. LONDON, Fisher Unwin. 1926. 45

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1304.Collected Works of Padraic H. Pearse. Scribhinni. Padraic H. Pearse. DUBLIN, Phoenix. circa 1925. 268 pages. 35

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1305.Collected Works of Padraic H. Pearse. Songs of the Irish Rebels, three lectures on Gaelic Topics. Padraic H. Pearse. DUBLIN, Phoenix. circa 1925. 236 pages. some foxing. 35

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1306.The Aran Islands. John M. Synge. Maunsel & Co. 1912. 2 volumes. quarter parchment. Both volumes signed by novellist Mary Lavin. 65

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1307.Scarlet Pimpernel of the Vatican [Hugh O'Flaherty]. J. P. Gallagher. LONDON. 1967. piece torn from dust wrapper. 30

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1308.Emily Duchess of Leinster, 1731-1814. a study of her life and times. Brian Fitzgerald. LONDON, Staples Press. 1949. 24

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1309.Irish Mitchel, a Biography [John Mitchel]. Seamus MacCall. Thomas Nelson. 1938. 392 pages. 32

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1310.Village in Seven Hills. Story and Stories of Rostrevor, County Down. W. Haughton Crowe. Dundalgan Press. 1990. 106 pages. wrappers. 16

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1311.Long Shadows. Shane Leslie. John Murray, LONDON. 1966. 290 pages. dust wrappers. 26

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1312.Luke Wadding. Rev. Urban Flanagan. Cork University Press. 1957. wrappers. near fine. 10

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1313.St. Patrick as a World Figure. J. J. O'Kelly [Sceilg]. M. H. Gill. 1952. 318 pages . dust wrapper. near fine. presentation copy to Sean T. O'Ceallaigh. 45

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1314.Insurrection. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Gollanz. 1950. excellent copy of the first edition. 35

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1315.Hugh Lane and his Pictures. Thomas Bodkin. Stationery Office. 1956. illustrated. 26

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1316.Scottish and Irish Diaries from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Arthur Ponsonby. Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1927 edition. 18

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1317.A. E. [George Russell] a study of a Man and a Nation. Darrell Figgis. Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of the 1913 edition. near fine. 18

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1318.Democracy & Religion. Gladstone and the Liberal Party 1967-1875. J. P. Parry. Cambridge University Press. 1986. 504 pages. wrappers. fine. 32

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1319.Politics and the People. A Study in English Political Culture c 1815-1867. James Vernon. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 428 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 32

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1320.A Day in our Life. Sean O'Crohan, translated from the Irish by Tim Enright. Oxford University Press. 1992. 150 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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1321.Caithreim Thoirdhealbhaigh. The Triumphs of Turlough. John Mac Rory MaGrath. LONDON, Simpkin Marshall Ltd. Irish Text Society. 1928-1929. 2 volumes. lovely set. 125

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1322.Mahaffy, a Biography of an Anglo-Irishman. W. B. Stanford and R. B. McDowell. LONDON, Routledge. 1971. 282 pages. dust wrapper. 20

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1323.Canon Sheehan of Doneraile, Priest, Novelist, Man of Letters. M. P. Linehan. Talbot Press. 1952. 162 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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1324.The I. R. B. and the 1916 Rising, a Record of the Preparations for the Rising by Diarmuid Lynch. edited by Florence O'Donoghue. Mercier Press. circa 1960. 228 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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1325.The History of the County and City of Cork. Rev. B. Gibson. CORK, The Fercor Press. 1974 reprint of the original edition. 2 Volumes. 490 pages, 540 pages. 90

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1326.Downstream. Poems. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1962. 64 pages. dust wrapper. 28

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1327.Money and Banking in Ireland. Padraig McGowan. 1990. 132 pages. paperback. near fine. origins, development and the future. 10

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1328.Papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian Conference, July 1993. edited Rebecca Pelan. SYDNEY. 1994. 356 pages. wrappers. 24

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1329.Trade Unions and Change in Irish Society, Thomas Davis Lectures. editor Donal Nevin. 1980. 172 pages. paperback. 8

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1330.Matthew O'Byrne Fountain Head Bell Foundry, James Street, DUBLIN. 1962. wrappers. illustrated catalogue of bells and a list of churches which had installed an O'Byrne bell. 30

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1331.The History of the Town and County of Galway. James Hardiman. GALWAY, Connacht Tribune. 1926 reprint of the 1820 edition. 334 pages, plus appendix. internally very good, some wear to covers. 75

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1332.The Rhetoric of Berkeley's Philosophy. Peter Walmsley. Cambridge University Press. 1990. dust wrapper. near fine. 12

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1333.A Guide to Irish Churches and Graveyards. Brian Mitchell. Baltimore. 1995. 254 pages. large format. near fine. 32

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1334.Irish Settlers on the American Frontier. 1770-1900. Michael O' Laughlin. UNITED STATES, Irish Genealogical Foundation. 1984. 218 pages. Limited edition issue. Attractive embossed binding. An important work on the role of the Irish on the American frontier. In this original work the author details the lives and contributions of otherwise unknown Irish men and women to American society, especially in the Kansas and St. Louis districts. 40

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1335.Illuminations. 101 Drawings from early Irish History. Martyn Turner. Boethius Press. 1986. large format, colour illustrations. near fine. 14

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1336.Catalogue of the Books and Manuscripts Comprising the Library of the late Sir John T. Gilbert. Compiled by Douglas Hyde and D. J. O'Donoghue. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1918. 962 pages. wrappers. 95

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1337.Records relating to the Dioceses of Ardagh & Clonmacnoise. Rev John Canon Monahan. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1886. 400 pages. modern cloth binding. 85

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1338.Douglas Hyde. A Maker of Modern Ireland. Janet Egleson Dunleavy and Gareth W. Dunleavy. 1991. 462 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. A major study of this extraordinary scholar and statesman. 22

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1339.An Irish Bishop in Penal Times: The Chequered Career of Sylvester Lloyd. Patrick Fagan. 208 pages. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press. 1993. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1340.Scottish and Irish Diaries from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Arthur Ponsonby. LONDON, Methuen Press. 192 pages. 1927. 45

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1341.Life in Early Britain, an account of the early inhabitants of the Island and the memorials which they left behind them. Bertram Windle. LONDON, Davis Nutt. 1897. 244 pages. top of spine nicked. 45

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1342.The Parnell Tragedy. Jules Abels. LONDON, Bodley Head. 1966. 406 pages. dust wrapper. 30

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1343.War by the Irish. John McCann. The Kerryman. 1946. 210 pages. illustrated. excellent copy. 45

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1344.The Mystery of the Casement Ship. Captain Karl Spindler, with a foreword by Florence O'Donoghue. Anvil Books. 1965. 218 pages. decorative wrappers. 34

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1345.I Remember ! I Remember ! Stories. Sean O'Faolain. Rupert Davis-Hart. 1962. 190 pages. dust wrapper. 22

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1346.Lords and Commons, Translations from the Irish. Frank O'Connor. Irish University Press, 1971 reprint of the 1938 Cuala Press edition. quarter linen. near fine. 22

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1347.The Protestant Reformation in Ireland, 1590-1641. Alan Ford. Verlag Peter Ford. 316 pages. circa 1990. wrappers. 34

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1348.America and the Fight for Irish Freedom 1866-1922. An old story based upon new data. Charles Callan Tansill. NEW YORK, The Devin-Adair Company. 1957. 489 pages. dust wrapper. Discussion of the powerful role played by Clan na nGael and other groups. Among the personalities who figure are De Valera, John Devoy and Judge Cohalan. 32

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1349.Irish Parliamentary Politics in the Eighteenth Century 1714 - 1760. Robert E. Burns. Catholic University of America. 1990. 2 volumes. 282 pages, 354 pages. dust wrappers. near fine. 38

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1350.Land and Popular Politics in Ireland. County Mayo from the Plantation to the War. Donald E. Jordan. Cambridge University Press. 1994. paperback. 370 pages. near fine. 18

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1351.Anglo-Irish Politics in the Age of Grattan and Pitt. Gerard O'Brien. Irish Academic Press. 1987. 232 pages. dust wrapper. An examination of the period 1782 to 1800. 24

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1352.The Earl of Mayo. Sir William Wilson Hunter. Clarendon Press. 1891. 206 pages. The life of Richard Southwell Bourke, part of the Rulers of India series. nice copy. 26

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1353.Guy's City & County Cork Almanac & Directory. 1910. CORK, Guy & Co. Ltd. 1910. 606 pages. some wear to original decorative wrappers. 65

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1354.Dublin Made Me. An Autobiography. C. S. Andrew. Mercier Press. 1979. 312 pages. 35

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1355.Protestant Nationalists in Revolutionary Ireland. The Stopford Connection. Leon O' Broin. Gill & MacMillan. 1985. 234 pages. dust wrapper. 26

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1356.Patrick Sarsfield and the Williamite War. Piers Wauchope. Irish Academic Press. 1992. 356 pages, illustrations. An essential work on the history of seventeenth century, describing Sarsfield's unpromising early career and subsequent progress to become the outstanding Irish soldier in the Williamite War. 35

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1357.Kilsherdany, its History and its People. Souvenir of the Dedication of Saint Brigid's Church , 1977 [Kilmore Diocese]. edited by Rev. John Quinn. 102 pages. wrappers. 20

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1358.Cahercommaun: A Stone Fort in Co. Clare. H. O'Neill Hencken. DUBLIN , John Falconer. 1938. 82 pages. repairs to wrappers. 45

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1359.Protestant Society and Politics in Cork 1812 - 1844. Ian D'Alton. 1980. Cork University Press. 262 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1360.Catalogue of Early Dublin Printed Books 1601-1700. E. R. Dix. NEW YORK, Burt Franklin. 1971 reprint of 1912 edition. 2 volumes, 157 pages, 386 pages. large format. near fine. 65

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1361.The Olympian & the Leprechaun. W. B. Yeats and James Stephens. Richard J. Finneran. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1978. wrappers. near fine. 22

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1362.Symbolism and Some Implications of the Symbolic Approach: W. B. Yeats during the eighteen-nineties. Robert O'Driscoll. Dolmen Press. 1975. wrappers. near fine. 26

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1363.The Black Diaries of Roger Casement, with an account of his Life and Times. Peter Singleton-Gates and Maurice Girodias. NEW YORK, Grove Press. 1955. 536 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 65

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1364.The Story of Kevin Barry. Sean Cronin, foreword by Comdt, General Tom Barry. National Publications Committee. 1965. 44 pages. wrappers. 12

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1365.The Irish Convention 1917 - 18. R. B. McDowell. LONDON, Routledge & Kegan. 1970. 240 pages. 40

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1366.Irish Weaving. Discoveries and Personal Experiences. H. Lillias Mitchell. Dundalgan Press. 1986. paperback. near fine. 12

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1367.Saint Patrick. Eoin MacNeill, edited by John Ryan, memoir by Michael Tierney. DUBLIN, Clonmore & Reynolds. 1964. 240 pages. dust wrapper. 32

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1368.Eamon de Valera and the Banner County. Kevin J. Browne. Dun Laoghaire, Co. DUBLIN. Glendale Press. 1982. 208 pages. 35

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1369.Sir Horace Plunkett. Ireland in the new century. LONDON, John Murray. 1905. 340 pages. very good copy apart from some foxing. A valuable account of life in Ireland at the commencement of the 20th Century. 45

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1370.Life of Saint Columba or Columbkille, translated from the Latin of St. Adamnan. edited by Rev. Daniel MacCarthy. DUBLIN, James Duffy. circa 1880. nice copy in embossed cloth. old college library stamps. 55

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1371.Socialism and Nationalism. A selection from the writings of James Connolly. introduction and notes by Desmond Ryan. DUBLIN. 1948. 211 pages. dust wrapper. 28

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1372.The Gresham Hotel, 1865-1965. Ulick O'Connor. CORK.[1965] 38 pages. near fine. 22

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1373.The Sins of our Fathers, roots of conflict in Northern Ireland. Owen Dudley Edwards. Gill and Macmillan. 1970. 353 pages. dust wrapper. An analysis of the origin and character of the crisis in Northern Ireland. 32

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1374.American Opinion and the Irish Question, 1910-1923, a study in opinion and policy. Francis M. Carroll. Gill and Macmillan. 1978. 319 pages. dust wrapper. A pioneering study of the links between Ireland, Britain and the United States in the revolutionary period. 30

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1375.Bernard Shaw, his Life, Work and Friends. St John Ervine. LONDON, Constable. 1956. 628 pages. very good copy in torn dust wrapper. letter from Dr. Otto Simms relating to Shaw pasted in. 38

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1376.Tipperary Remembers. edited by Rev. W. J. Hayes. Cuimhneachan Chois tSiuire. 1976. 126 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1377.James Joyce, two decades of criticism. edited by Seon Givens. NEW YORK, Vanguard Press. 1948. 482 pages. excellent copy apart fom frayed dust wrapper. 32

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1378.An Apostle of Catholic DUBLIN. Myles V. Ronan. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1944. 316 pages. dust wrapper. 28

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1379.Lucania, Topgraphical, Biographical & Historical [County DUBLIN]. William Donegan. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1902. 312 pages. wrappers. occasional foxing. 45

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1380.The Young Ireland Movement. Richard Davis. 1987. Gill & Macmillan. 1987. 300 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. The Young Ireland Movement, despite its military failure, became one of the most influential movements in Irish History. 30

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1381.James Joyce. Richard Ellmann. NEW YORK, Oxford University Press. 1959. 842 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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1382.Clear the Way, a history of the 38th [Irish] Brigade, 1941-47. Richard Doherty. Irish Academic Press. 1993. 336 pages. wrappers. near fine. 16

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1383.Conor, a Biography of Conor Cruise O'Brien. Narrative Volume. Donald Akenson. Queen's University. 576 pages. 1994. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1384.Clogher Clergy and Parishes, being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Ossory, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches etc, with a map of the diocese and portraits of some Post-Establishment Bishops. Rev. James B. Leslie. Fermanagh, Fermanagh Times. 1929. 304 pages. a nice copy apart from fading to spine. 95

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1385.Rare Clonmel, a Charles J. Boland Anthology. The Light Verse and Humorous Essays of 'The O'Henry of Clonmel'. edited by James Maher. Tipperary, Mullinahone. 1959. 100 pages. wrappers. ownership stamp on front cover. 30

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1386.On Certain Typical Earthworks and Ring-Walls in County Limerick. Thomas Johnson Westropp. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. 1916. 34 pages, plates. wrappers. large format. 30

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1387.The 'Mound of the Fiana' at Cromwell Hill, County Limerick and a note on Temair Luachra. Thomas Johnson Westropp. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. 1922. 20 pages, plates. wrappers. large format. 28

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1388.The Great Irish Famine. Canon John O'Rourke. Veritas. 1989 reprint of the 1874 edition. 300 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 26

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1389.Nora Barnacle Joyce, a Portrait. Padraic O'Laoi. Kennys Bookshop. 1982. 116 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1390.Kate O'Brien, a Literary Portrait. Lorna Reynolds. Colin Smythe. 1987. 140 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1391.Celtic Britain and Ireland 200-800. Lloyd and Jennifer Laing. Irish Academic Press. 1990. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1392.The Brimming River. Raymond Brooke. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1961. 186 pages. torn dust wrapper. The story of the Brooke family in Ireland. 30

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1393.The Life and Letters of John Martin with sketches of Thomas Devin Reilly, Father John Kenyon and other Young Irelanders. P. A. Sillard. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. 1901. 297 pages. 25

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1394.The Quest of Three Abbots. Pioneers of Ireland's Golden Age. Brendan Lehane. LONDON, John Murray. 1968. 240 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 32

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1395.Poems on the Butlers of Ormond, Cahir and Dunboyne. edited by James Carney. DUBLIN. 1945. 180 pages. 26

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1396.Irish Woods Since Tudor Times. Eileen McCracken. Newton Abbot, David & Charles. 1971. 184 pages. near fine. 32

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1397.The History of the Survey of Ireland, commonly called The Down Survey 1655-1656. William Petty. NEW YORK. 1967 reprint of the 1851 edition. 426 pages. William Petty's own detailed account of the great seventeenth century survey of Ireland. 65

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1398.Thomas Jones. Whitehall Diary. Edited by Keith Middlemas. Vol lll Ireland 1918-1925. Oxford University Press. 1971. 268 pages. dust wrapper. This volume of Jones' diaries which relates to Ireland covers the years 1918-1925. Most of the book concerns the negotiations for the Treaty in 1921 but also includes material on the War of Independence period and the Boundary Commission. 45

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1399.Aspects of Irish Social History 1750-1800. W. H. Crawford and B. Trainor. BELFAST. 1984. 200 pages. a selection of archival documents. 22

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1400.The San Patricio Soldiers. Mexico's Foreign Legion. Dennis J. Wynn. Texas Western Press. 1984. wrappers. 56 pages. near fine. 14

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1401.The Irish in Ireland. Constantine FitzGibbon. LONDON, David & Charles. 1983. 328 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1402.The Imagination of an Insurrection: DUBLIN, Easter 1916. A Study of an Ideological Movement. William Irwin Thompson. Oxford University Press. 1967. 262 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 34

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1403.In Search of Irish Saints. Roisin Ni Mheara. Four Courts Press. 1994. large format paperback. illustrated guide to localities in Europe where missionaries left their mark. 14

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1404.Early Ireland, an Introduction to Irish Prehistory. Michael O'Kelly. Cambridge University Press. 1989. 375 pages. dust wrapper near fine. 45

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1405.Irish Neutrality and the U. S. A. 1939-47. T. Ryle Dwyer. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 241 pages. dust wrapper. This book reveals the pressures brought to bear by the American Government on Eamon de Valera to rescind the Irish policy of neutrality. 34

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1406.My Kilkenny I. R. A. Days 1916 - 1922. James J. Comerford. 1980. 1004 pages. illustrated. wrappers. Privately Printed Limited Edition. An incredibly detailed account of Republican Activities in the Kilkenny, North Tipperary area, by Comerford who later became a respected American Judge. 95

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1407.Fighting Fitzgerald and Other Papers [George Robert Fitzgerald]. Mary McCarthy. LONDON, Martin Secker. 1936. 40

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1408.Letters from Georgian Ireland. Correspondence of Mary Delany 1731-68. edited by Angelique Day. 1991. 300 pages. dust wrapper. impressions of people, places and social gatherings. a delightful book. 30

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1409.Prelude to Union. Anglo-Irish Politics in the 1870's. James Kelly. 276 pages. dust wrapper. near fine Masterly study by one of the pre-eminent historians of eighteenth century Ireland. 24

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1410.Behind the Scenes. Yeats, Horniman and the Struggle for the Abbey Theatre. Adrian Frazier. University of California Press. 1990. 258 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1411.A Deeper Silence. The Hidden Origins of the United Irishmen. A. T. Q. Stewart. LONDON. 1993. 225 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1412.Irish Educational Policy, Process and Substance. edited by D. G. Mulcahy and Denis O'Sullivan. Institute of Public Administration. 1989. 284 pages dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1413.Index to Prerogative Wills of Ireland 1536-1810. edited by Arthur Vicars. Genealogical Publishing Company. 1997 reprint of the 1897 edition. 512 pages. near fine. 40

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1414.The Irish Labor Movement in Nineteenth century. John Boyle. Catholic University of America. 1988. 384 pages. dust wrapper. near fine A comprehensive history that deals with labour movements and Irish Politics with extensive use of parliamentary papers, correspondence, notes and interviews, a major study. 24

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1415.Parliament, Politics & People. Essays in Eighteenth Century Irish History. Gerard O'Brien editor. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1989. 192 pages. dust wrapper. near fine A collection of essays on some unexplored areas of eighteenth century, including The Passing of the Irish Declatory Act, an Irish 'Wild Goose' Dynasty, the provincial origins of The Irish Volunteers and an enquiry into the origins of the concept of the 'Protestant Ascendancy'. 24

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1416.The Roman Catholic Church and Plan of Campaign 1886 - 1888. Emmet Larkin. Cork University Press. 1978. 338 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 26

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1417.Bunting's Ancient Music of Ireland. Edited by Donal O'Sullivan and Michael O'Suilleabhain. Cork University Press. 1983. 226 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1418.Tortuous Path, the course of Ireland's entry into the E. E. C. 1948-73. D. J. Maher. Institute of Public Administration. 1986. 418 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1419.Common Ground: Essays on the Historical Geography of Ireland. edited by William Smyth and Kevin Whelan. Cork University Press. 1988. 322 pages. dust wrapper. large format. near fine. 22

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1420.Irish Nature. Norman Hickin. O'Brien Press. 1980. 240 pages. dust wrapper. Over 300 drawings illustrate the plants, animals, insects, fish and birds described in the text. 18

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1421.Franciscan Donegal, souvenir of the Dedication of the Franciscan Church, Ros Nual, 1952. edited by Father Terence O'Donnell. Ros Nuala. 1952. wrappers. 35

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1422.Souvenir of the Consecration of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Limerick, with a historical summary of the Franciscans in Limerick. LIMERICK. 1931. 32 pages. wrappers. 45

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1423.Franciscan Cork, souvenir of St. Francis Church, Cork. edited by Rev. Jerome O'Callaghan. CORK. 130 pages. circa 1952. wrappers. 24

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1424.Introduction to Modern Ulster Architecture. David Evans. Ulster Archaeological Society. 1977. large format. dust wrapper. 20

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1425.Patrick's People. Historical Perspectives of an Ancient and Developing Community [St. Patrick' Parish, Limerick City]. edited Kevin Hannan. LIMERICK. 1994. 390 pages. wrappers. large format. near fine. 20

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1426.Belleek. The Complete Collector's Guide and Illustrated Reference. Richard Degenhardt. 1993. 244 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. A fascinating history and a lavishly illustrated book for anybody interested in Irish craft work and ceramics in particular. 28

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1427.Watercolours of Ireland. Works on Paper, in pencil, pastel and paint. 1600-1914. Anne Crookshank and the Knight of Glin. LONDON. 1994. large format, illustrated. 328 pages. Wonderfully detailed work, the definitive book on the subject. 55

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1428.Sir John Lavery. Kenneth McConkey. 1993. large format, illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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1429.Conflict in Northern Ireland. The development of a polarised society. John Darby. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1976. 268 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1430.Corporation Book of Ennis. Brian O'Dalaigh editor. 1990. 456 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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1431.Erskine Childers. Jim Ring. LONDON, John Murray. 1996. 332 pages. paperback. near fine. 14

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1433.Henry Flood, Aiste Eolais ar a Shaol is a Shaothar. Seamas Puirseil. Clodhanna Teoranta. 1968. 48 pages. wrappers. 8

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1434.Johnstown, Galmoy and Urlingford Parishes. A. Dowling. Wellbrook Press. 1978. 40 pages. wrappers. 20

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1435.Calendar of Orrery Papers. Edited by Edward Mac Lysaght. Pages. xi pages, 396 pages. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1941. modern cloth. These papers relate to a period of about 30 years, from the Restoration to the beginning of the Williamite war. The majority are letters, but the collection contains many miscellaneous documents of varied character: These include rent rolls, wills, marriage settlements, leases and the like, and some items of particular interest to the student of Irish social history. There are many other official or semi-official letters. The correspondence contains many letters of political importance, and Orrery's own dealings with the prospects of a successful invasion of Ireland on the part of Louis XIV. The letters relating to private family affairs and dissension are illuminating and sometimes very entertaining. There are also many letters and documents dealing with the management of farms and estates in Counties Cork and Limerick. 48

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1436.Dublin Civic Week September 1929. Official Handbook. DUBLIN, Civic Week Council. Three Candles Press. 1929. superb copy of this most attractive and informative production. 35

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1437.Dublin City Quays. Projects by the School of Architecture UCD. edited by Gerry Cahill & Loughlin Kealy. School of Architecture UCD. 1986. large format. wrappers. 148 pages. 25

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1438.Aviation Communication Service 1936-1986. Sean O'hAllmhurain. 1986. large format. wrappers. This book traces the history of the historic aviation and marine communication centre based at Ballygireen, Newmarket on Fergus, County Clare. 20

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1439.Dublin, Cork and South of Ireland: A Literary, Commercial, and Social Review Past & Present. LONDON, Stratten & Stratten. 1892. 326 pages. illustrated. large format. some staining to covers. a mine of information on commercial activity in the area at the end of the nineteenth century. 65

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1440.William Crolly, Archbishop of Armagh 1835 - 1849. Ambrose Macaulay. Four Courts Press. 481 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Crolly played a major role in Irish ecclesiastical and political life especially on controversies involvng national education. 25

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1441.Nos Autem. Castleknock College its Contribution. edited by James H. Murphy. 357 pages. DUBLIN, circa 1995. dust wrapper. near fine. Castleknock College has made a huge contribution to the education of middle and upper class Catholics, since its foundation in 1835. 16

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1442.Green Fields. Gaelic Sport in Ireland. Tom Humphries. LONDON, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1996. 162 pages, illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1443.Facts from Gweedore, compiled from the Letters of Lord George Hill. introduction by E. Estyn Evans. Institute of Irish Studies. 1971 reprint of the 1887 edition. wrappers. 72 pages. near fine. 14

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1444.A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. James Joyce, with drawings by Dodie Masterman. LONDON, The Folio Society. 1965. 264 pages. near fine in slip case. 34

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1445.Scribbledehobble, the Ur-Workbook for Finnegan's Wake. edited by Thomas E. Connolly. Northwestern University Press. 1961. 188 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 28

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1446.Illustrated Guide to the City of Limerick and Antiquities in its Neighbourhood. T. J. Westropp, R. A. S. Macalister and G. U. MacNamara. Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1916. 148 pages. 85

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1447.Coleraine in Bye-gone Centuries. T. H. Mullin. BELFAST. 1976. 186 pages. paperback. 18

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1448.Regional Geology of Northern Ireland. H. E. Wilson. BELFAST. 1972. 116 pages, plus maps. paperback. 20

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1449.Celtic Moods and Memories. Joseph McGarrity. Devin-Adair Co. 1942. nicked dust wrapper. 24

__________________________________________________________

1450.Letters of James Joyce. edited by Stuart Gilbert and Richard Ellmann. LONDON, Faber & Faber. 3 volumes, 1952, 1966, 1966. 438 pages, 584 pages, 472 pages. excellent set. 95

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1451.The History and Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory. Rev. William Carrigan. DUBLIN, Sealy, Briars & Walker. 1905. 4 volumes. original embossed cloth. old college library stamps. a nice set. 550

__________________________________________________________

1452.Keady. Norman Hickin. Keady Historical Society. [1992] 160 pages. wrappers. large format. 16

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1453.Saint Agatha's Church, North William Street. 75 Years Old. [1983] 30 pages. large format. wrappers. 16

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1454.Alias Sean Forde, The Story of Commandant Tomas Malone, Vice O. C. East Limerick Flying Column, Irish Republican Army. Tom Malone. LIMERICK. 2000. 120 pages. dust wrapper. near fine 10

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1455.The Falls a History. K. McPhillips. BELFAST. 1992. 44 pages. wrappers. near fine. 16

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1456.Limerick Lace, a Social History and a Maker's Manual. Nellie O'Cleirigh and Veronica Rowe. Colin Smythe. 1995. 92 pages. large format. wrappers. near fine. 14

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1457.Exploring Limerick's Past, an Historical Geography of Human Development in County and City. Patrick J. O'Connor. Oireacht na Mumhan. 1987. 186 pages. large format. faded dust wrapper. 35

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1458.Album. Cork, Blarney and Queenstown. 54 Platinatone Views with Descriptive Guide of the District. From Photographs by William Lawrence. The Emerald Isle Album Series. Circa 1900. large format. embossed wrappers. 40

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1459.Year Book of Students' Work 1955, containing examples of work done in the following classes, Compositors' Work, Bookwork, Montype, Linotype & Intertype, Display, Letterpress Machine, Bookbinding. School of Printing and Book Production Technical Institute, Boltin Street, DUBLIN. 1955. large format, illustrated. wrappers. Wonderful work. 44

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1460.The Exploration of the Caves of County Clare. R. F. Scharff, R. J. Ussher, Grenville A. J. Cole, E. T. Newton, A. Francis Dixon and T. J. Westropp. Transaction of the Royal Irish Academy. wrappers. 1906. large format. 76 pages, plus plates. 55

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1461.Isaac Corry, 1753-1813, 'An Adventurer in the Field of Politics'. Anthony Malcolmson. BELFAST, Public Record Office. circa 1980. 40 pages. large format. wrappers. 14

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1462.An Anglo-Irish Dialogue. A Calendar of the Correspondence between John Foster and Lord Sheffield 1774-1821. BELFAST. Public Record Office in Northern Ireland. 102 pages. wrappers. 20

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1463.The Call to Arms. An Authentic Historical record of Ireland's Defence Services. DUBLIN, Abbey Publications. 1945. 240 pages. illustrated. large format. wrappers. 48

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1464.A Tower of Polished Black Stones, Early Versions of the Shadowy Waters by William Butler Yeats, with illustrations by Leonard Baskin and Drawings by the Poet. arranged and edited by David Ridgley Clark and George Mayhew. Dolmen Press. 1971. large format. dust wrapper. 75

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1465.The Old Limerick Journal. 1690 Siege Edition. Jim Kemmy and Larry Walsh. LIMERICK. 1991. 228 pages. paperback. 20

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1466.The Archaeology of Ulster. From Colonization to Plantation. J. P. Mallory & T. E. McNeill. Institute of Irish Studies 1991. 368 pages. paperback 24

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1467.General Report on the Gosford Estates in County Armagh 1821. 1976. 244 pages. paperback. 20

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1468.The Politics of Irish Social Policy 1600-1990. Frederick Powell. Edwin Mellen Press. 1992. 374 pages. 'the study of poverty from a developmental perspective'. 36

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1469.Settlement and Survival on an Ulster Estate. The Brownlow Leasebook 1667-1711. edited by R. G. Gillespie. BELFAST. 1988. paperback. 18

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1470.Thomas Davis: Essays & Poems with a Centenary Memoir 1845-1945. Foreword by Eamon de Valera. Thomas Davis. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. circa 1945. 240 pages. 32

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1471.Irish Antiquities and Archaeology. W. Gamble. CAVAN. 1986. 72 pages. dust wrapper. 18

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1473.Leper Hospitals in Medieval Ireland. Gerard Lee. Four Courts Press. paperback. 1996. near fine. 14

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1475.An Epitome of Cistercian History from Citeaux to Roscrea. by a Cistercian. ROSCREA. 1925. 76 pages. wrappers. 30

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1476.Register of the Priory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Tristernagh, transcribed from the manuscript in the Cathedral Library, Armagh. M. V. Clarke. DUBLIN. 1941. 142 pages. 30

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1477.Portumna Priory [County Galway]. Michael MacMahon. 1978. 16 pages, wrappers. 12

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1478.History of West Cork and the Diocese of Ross. Rev. W. Holland. SKIBBERREEN. 1949. 428 pages. 95

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1479.True Irish Ghost Stories. compiled by St. John D. Seymour and Harry Neligan. DUBLIN, Hodges Figgis. 1926. 32

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1480.Derry Clergy and Parishes, being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Ossory, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches etc, with a map of the diocese and portraits of some Post-Establishment Bishops. Rev. James B. Leslie. FERMANAGH, Fermanagh Times. 1937. 334 pages. a nice copy. 95

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1481.A Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Poets. Anne Ulry Colman. GALWAY, Kenny's Bookshop. 1996. 254 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. a most interesting bibliographical reference book, of value to researchers, libraraians and collectors alike. 35

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1482.The Poor Law Records of Counties Limerick, Clare and Tipperary. Listed and introduced by S. C. O'Mahony. LIMERICK. 1979. 32 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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1483.Irish Ecclesiastical Architecture with some notice of similar or related work in England, Scotland or elsewhere. Arthur Champneys. SHANNON, Irish University Press. 1970 reprint of the 1910 edition. large format. 258 pages. Introduction by Liam de Paor. 90

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1484.The Pooles of Mayfield and Other Irish Families. Rosemany ffolliott. DUBLIN, Hodges & Figgis & Co. 1958. 294 pages. dust wrapper. a near fine authographed copy of this limited edition title. 75

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1485.The British Press and Northern Ireland. Eamonn McCann. LONDON, Northern Ireland Socialist Research Centre. [1971]. wrappers. 16

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1486.Riders to the Sea by J. M. Synge. edited by Robin Skelton with linocuts by Tate Adams. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions Vlll. 1969. 58 PAGES. near fine copy of a most attractive book. 48

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1487.Dynasties of Coercion. Field Day Pamphlet. Eanna Molloy. 1986. wrappers. 5

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1488.The Apparatus of Repression. Field Day Pamphlet. Michael Farrell. 1986. wrappers. 5

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1490.Twice Round the Black Church, early memories of Ireland and England. Austin Clarke. DUBLIN. 1990. paperback. near fine. 8

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1491.Penny in the Clouds, more memories of Ireland and England. Austin Clarke. DUBLIN. 1990. paperback. near fine. 8

__________________________________________________________

1492.In Dubious Battle, the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings 1972-1974. J. Bowyer Bell. DUBLIN. 1996. paperback. near fine. 8

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1493.Warrenpoint. Denis Donoghue. Jonathan Cape. 1991. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1494.Land Without Stars. Benedict Kiely. DUBLIN. 1990. paperback. near fine. 8

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1495.Seamas Heaney, the making of the Poet. Michael Parker. DUBLIN. 1993. 294 pages. paperback. near fine. 8

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1496.Yeats and Postmodernism. edited by Leonard Orr. Syracuse University Press. 1991. 204 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 10

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1497.Melting Snow. An Irishman in Moscow. Conor O'Clery. BELFAST. 1991. 308 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 10

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1498.Critical Essays on John Millington Synge. edited by Daniel Casy. NEW YORK. 1994. 184 pages. near fine. 12

__________________________________________________________

1499.A Radical Priest in Mayo. Fr. Patrick Lavelle: The Rise and Fall of an Irish Nationalist, 1825-86. Gerard Moran. Four Courts Press. 1994. 226 pages. paperback. near fine. 18

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1500.How to draw Celtic Knotwork, a Practical Handbook. Andy Sloss. LONDON. 1998. large format, illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1501.Irish Unionism. James Winter Good. Kennikat Press. 1970 reprint of 1920 edition. 240 pages. near fine. 18

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1502.The Thief of Reason. Oscar Wilde & Modern Ireland. Richard Pine. NEW YORK. 1995. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1503.God Land, Reflections on Religion and Nationalism. Conor Cruise O'Brien. Harvard University Press. 1988. dust wrapper. near fine. 12

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1504.Handball, the Game, the Players, the History. Tom Mc Elligott. DUBLIN. 1984. large format paperback. 16

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1505.Catholic Instruction in Ireland 1720 - 1950. The O'Reilly Donlevy Cathechetical Tradition. Michael Tynan. Four Courts Press. 1985. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1506.Heresy. The Battle of Ideas in Modern Ireland. Desmond Fennell. Blackstaff Press. 1993. 290 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1507.What Did I Die Of ? The Deaths of Parnell, Wilde, Synge and other Literary Pathologies. J. B. Lyons. 1991. paperback. near fine. 8

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1508.To School Through the Fields. A Country Childhood. Alice Taylor. Brandon. 1990. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1509.The Twilight Lords. Richard Berleth. NEW YORK 1994. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1510.The Railways of the Republic of Ireland, a Pictorial Survey of the Great Southern Railway and C. I. E. 1925 - 75. Michael Baker. DUBLIN. 1996. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1511.Celtic Dreams, Visions of a Past. An Anthology of Irish Poetry. editor and illustrator Chris Down. LONDON. 1998. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1512.Irish Railways in the Heyday of Steam. H. C. Casserley. DUBLIN. 1996. illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1513.The Evolution of Sinn Fein. Robert Mitchell Henry. Kennikat Press. 1971 reprint of the 1920 edition. 284 pages. near fine. 18

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1514.Modernism and Ireland. The Poetry of the 1930s. edited by Patricia Coughlan and Alex Davis. Cork University Press. 1995. 318 pages. paperback. near fine. 12

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1515.No Tigers in Africa, Recollections and Reflections of 25 Years of Radharc. Joseph Dunn. 1986. paperback. near fine. 8

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1516.The Rise of the Irish Trade Unions. Andrew Boyd. Anvil Press. 1985. paperback. near fine. 8

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1517.The Social Teachings of James Connolly. Lambert McKenna with notes by Thomas Morrisssey. 1991. paperback. near fine. 10

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1518.Economic Growth in Ireland, the Experience since 1947. Kieran Kennedy, Brendan Dowling. DUBLIN. 1975. 346 pages. dust wrapper. fine. 18

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1519.George Moore on Parnassus. Letters to Secretaires, Publishers, Printers, Agents, Literati, Friends and Acquaintances. edited with notes by Helmut Gerber. University of Delaware Press. 1988. 894 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1520.Oscar Wilde, the Works of a Conformist Rebel. Norbert Kohl. Cambridge University Press. 1980. 440 pages. near fine. 24

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1521.The Church Under the Penal Code & Irish Exiles in Catholic Europe. John Brady, Patrick Corish & Cathaldus Giblin. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1971. wrappers. 12

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1522.The Monastic Institute by John Ryan & The Christian Mission by Patrick Corish. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1972. wrappers. 12

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1523.The Church in the English Lordship 1216-1307 by Geoffrey Hand & Anglo-Irish Church Life in the 14th and 15th Centuries by Aubrey Gwynn. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1968. wrappers. 12

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1524.Survival and Reorganization 1650-96 by Benignus Millett & The Origins of Catholic Nationalism. Patrick Corish. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1968. wrappers. 12

__________________________________________________________

1525.Celtic Mythology. The Myths and Legends of the Celtic World. Arthur Cotterell. 1998. large format. colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 12

__________________________________________________________

1526.An Epoch in Irish History. Trinity College Dublin its foundation and early fortunes. 1591 - 1660. John Pentland Mahaffy. Kennikat Press. 1971 reprint of the 1902 edition. 383 pages. near fine. 18

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1527.The Company I kept. Phyllis Ryan. DUBLIN. 1996. 314 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. One of Ireland's most distinguished theatrical managers. 15

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1528.Rotunda. Public Virtue, Public Love, the early years of the Dublin Lying-In Hospital. Ian Campbell-Ross editor. 1986. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1529.Abbeyville. The Family home of Charles J Haughey. Mary Rose Doorly. 1996. illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

__________________________________________________________

1530.A Pilgrimage of Passion, Life of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Elizabeth Longford. NEW YORK, Knopf. 1979. 466 pages. dust wrapper. 22

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1531.Air Spectaculars, Air Displays in Ireland. Madeleine O'Rourke. 1989. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1532.Titian to Delacroix, Master European Paintings from the National Gallery of Ireland. Exhibition in Japan. 1993-94. DUBLIN. 192 pages, large format, colour illustrations. 18

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1533.The Riddle of the Irish. J. Chartres Molony. Kennikat press. 1971 reprint of the 1927 edition. 248 pages. near fine. A Study of the Irish character by the Clare born author. 14

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1534.Irish Folktales. edited by Henry Glassie. NEW YORK. 1987. paperback. 351 pages. near fine. A major collection. 14

__________________________________________________________

1535.May the Lord in his Mercy be kind to Belfast. Tony Parker. 1993. 358 pages. paperback. near fine. Oral history of the troubles in Belfast. 18

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1536.Ireland and England 1798 - 1922. Joe Finn and Michael Lynch. 1995. paperback. near fine. documentary and visual sources. 10

__________________________________________________________

1537.Towards a National University. William J. Delaney SJ 1835 - 1924, an era of Initiative in Irish Education. Thomas Morrisssey. DUBLIN. 1983. 424 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1538.The Civil War in Ireland 1922 - 23. Eoin Neeson. DUBLIN. 1995. 344 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1539.Sheridan [Richard Brinsley]. Lewis Gibbs. Kennikat Press. 1971 reprint of the 1947 edition. near fine. 14

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1540.Austin Clarke, Selected Poems. edited by Hugh Maxton. 1991. Lilliput. 1991. 260 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1541.Heirs and Graces, the Claim to the Dukedom of Leinster. Michael Estorick. LONDON. 1981. 60 pages. dust wrapper. 20

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1542.The New Irish Constitution, an Exposition and Some Arguments. edited by by J. H. Morgan. Kennikat press. 1971 reprint of the 1912 edition. 490 pages. near fine. sixteen excellent essays. 20

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1543.Dubliners, a Pluralistic World. Craig Hansen. BOSTON. 1988. 140 pages. dust wrapper. near fine 'an engaging guide with a wide range of biographical information'. 14

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1544.Celtic Mythology & Religion. Alexander MacBain. 1996 reprint of 1917 edition. HERTFORDSHIRE. 252 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

__________________________________________________________

1545. My Life and Times. Michael O'Hehir. Blackwater Press. 1996. 182 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

__________________________________________________________

1546.Ireland Past and Present. Brendan Kennelly, Terence Brown, David Hanly, Sean Kilfeather, Breandan O'hEithir, Liam de Paor, Sean White. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1992. large format, colour illustrations. near fine. 22

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1547.Old Celtic Romances. P. W. Joyce. DUBLIN. 1997 reprint of the 1907 edition. paperback. near fine. 10

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1548.Labour and Partition. Belfast Working Class 1905-1923. Austen Morgan. LONDON. 1991. 358 pages. paperback. near fine. 12

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1549.Irish Ideas. William O'Brien. Kennikat Press. 1971 reprint of the 1893 edition. 168. near fine. 12

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1550.De Valera, the Man and the Myths. T. Ryle O'Dwyer. DUBLIN. 1991. 370 pages. paperback. near fine. 8

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1551.The '98 Reader, an Anthology of Song, Prose and Poetry. edited by by Padraic O'Farrell. DUBLIN. 1998. 208 pages. paperback. near fine. 8

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1552.Gaelic Titles and Forms of Address. The Lord of Duhallow. KANSAS. 1997. 112 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1553.Silver Salver, Story of the Guinness Family. Frederic Mullally. LONDON. 1981. 256 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

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1554.Men, Women and War. edited by T. G. Fraser and Keith Jeffrey. DUBLIN, 1993. dust wrapper. near fine. Essays on Irish and European Military History. 18

__________________________________________________________

1555.Moral and Social Principles. Alfred O'Rahilly. Cork University Press. 1955. wrappers. near fine. 8

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1556.Art, Politics and Ireland. Brian McAvera. CORK, Open Air Publications. 1980. paperback. 136 pages. near fine. 8

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1557.Women in Beckett. Performance and Critical Perspectives. Linda Ben-Zvi editor. 1992. 260 pages. University of Illinois. paperback near fine. 8

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1558.Bunratty, Rebirth of a Castle. Bernard Share. 1995. 191 pages. paperback. 10

__________________________________________________________

1559.From Burke to Becket. Ascendancy Traditions and Betrayal in Irish Literary History. W. J. McCormack. 1994. 470 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1560.The Secret Army, the IRA 1916 - 1979. Bowyer Bell. DUBLIN. 1990. 482. paperback. near fine. 10

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1561.Sheridan LeFanu and Victorian Ireland. W. J. Mc Cormack. DUBLIN. 1992. 324 pages. paperback. near fine. 20

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1562.A Stranger in their Midst. Frank Delaney. LONDON. 1995. 318 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1563.Enemies and Passing Friends, Settler Ideologies in Twentieth Century Ulster. Pamela Clayton. LONDON, Pluto Press. 1996. paperback. near fine copy. 10

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1564.Irish America and the Ulster Conflict 1968 - 1995. Andrew Wilson. BELFAST, Blackstaff Press. 1995. paperback. 322 pages. near fine. 10

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1566.Anglo - Irish Novel. John Cronin. 1980. vol. 1 The Nineteenth Century & vol. 2 1900 - 1940. John Cronin. BELFAST. 1980. 160 pages, 198 pages. dust wrapper. near fine Banim, Griffin, Kickham, George Moore, Edgeworth, Carleton, Stephens, Dunsany, Joyce, O'Duffy, Corkery etc. 25

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1567.William Trevor. Kristin Morrison. BOSTON, 1993. 188 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1568.William Trevor. A Study of the Short Fiction. Suzanne Morrow Paulson. NEW YORK, 1993. 186 pages. dust wrapper near fine. 18

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1569.The Drama of J. M. Synge. Mary King. 1985. Syracuse University Press. 230 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1570.A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Voices of the Text. Marguerite Harkness. BOSTON. 1990. 132 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1571.Celtic Myths and Legends. R. J. Stewart. 1997. large format, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 10

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1572.The Irish Dominicans, 1536-1641. Thomas S. Flynn. Four Courts Press. 1993. 378 pages. dust wrapper. near fine The suppression of the order and its rebirth in the early seventeenth century. 24

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1573.Liam O'Flaherty. A Study of the Short Fiction. James Cahalan. BOSTON, 1991. 186 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1574.Media Control in Ireland 1923-1983. Kieran Woodman. ILLINOIS. 1995. 248 pages. dust wrapper near fine. 18

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1575.Ulysses. Portals of Discovery. Patrick A. McCarthy. BOSTON. 1990. 146 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 22

__________________________________________________________

1576.The Tralee and Dingle Railway. David Rowlands. DUBLIN. 1996. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

__________________________________________________________

1577.Celtic Mythology. Proinsias Mac Cana. 1983. large format. illustrated. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

__________________________________________________________

1578.The Music, Songs and Instruments of Ireland. Karen Harrington. 1998. large format, illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1579.Fenianism in Mid-Victorian Britain. John Newsinger. 1994. 102 pages. paperback. near fine. 8

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1580.The Year of Liberty, the Great Irish Rebellion of 1798. Thomas Pakenham. LONDON, Weidenfeld. [1998] large format, colour illustrations. near fine beautiful production. 18

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1581.The Noblest Agitator. Daniel O'Connell and the German Catholic Movement 1830-50. Geraldine Grogan. DUBLIN. 1991. 224 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1582.Rambles in Ireland. William Bulfin. 1997 reprint of 1907 edition. 456 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

__________________________________________________________

1583.Paddy's Lament, Ireland 1846-47, Prelude to Hatred. Thomas Gallagher. DUBLIN. 1988. 344 pages. paperback. 10

__________________________________________________________

1584.Mildred Anne Butler 1858-1941. Anne Crookshank. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. near fine. 6

__________________________________________________________

1585.Nathaniel Hone the Elder 1718-1784. Adrian Le Harivel. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. near fine. 6

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1586.Paul Henry 1876-1958. S. B. Kennedy. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. near fine. 6

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1587.Roderic O'Conor 1860-1940. Paula Murphy. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. fine. 6

__________________________________________________________

1588.Walter Osborne 1859-1903. Jeanne Sheehy. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. fine. 6

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1589.William Leech 1881-1968. Denise Ferran. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. near fine. 6

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1590.William Orpen. 1878-1931. Bruce Arnold. Lives of Irish Artists Series. DUBLIN, 1992. 36 pages. small format, stiff covers. illustrated. near fine. 6

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1591.Before the Dawn, an autobiography. Gerry Adams. Brandon. 1996. 347 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1592.Small Differences. Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants 1815-1922. Donald Harman Akenson. DUBLIN. 1991. 236 pages. paperback. near fine. 14

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1593.Celtic Needlepoint. Alice Starmore. 1994. large format. colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 14

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1594.The River Shannon. Maeve Henry. DUBLIN, 1996. 186 pages. illustrated. large format. dust wrapper near fine. 14

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1595.The Celtic Art Source Book. Courtney Davis. 1999. colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 12

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1597.Following in Father's Footsteps. Social Mobility in Ireland. Michael Hout. Harvard University Press. 1989. 394 pages. dust wrapper. Major study on social mobility in modern Ireland, covering education, life cycle, religion, and farming, revealing many surprising findings. 18

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1598.In Search of Community, the Achievement of Sean O'Casey. Herbert Goldstone. 1972. paperback. near fine. 8

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1599.Sex, Nation and Dissent in Irish History. edited by Eibhear Walshe. Cork University Press. 290 pages. 1997. paperback. near fine. 14

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1600.Bishop Berkeley's Querist in Perspective. Joseph Johnston. Dundalgan Press. 1970. 218 pages. 8

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1601.Measgra Danta, Miscellaneous Irish Poems. Thomas O'Rahilly. Clo Ollscoile Chorcai. 1972. 118 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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1602.Art and Ireland. Robert Elliot. Kennikat Press. 1971 reprint of 1902 edition. 314 pages. near fine. ecclesiastical architecture and art. 18

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1603.King of the Beggars, a life of Daniel O'Connell. Sean O'Faolain. DUBLIN. 1995. 330 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1604.The Dramatic Life and Fascinating Times of Oscar Wilde. Martin Fido. 1997. 144 pages. large format. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1605.Dubliners, Portrait of an Artist, Chamber Music. James Joyce. NEW YORK, 1992. 426 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 16

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1606.Surgeon Major Parke's African Journey 1887 - 89. J. B. Lyons. DUBLIN. 1994. 282 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. Thomas Parke was born in Roscommon and served as a surgeon in the British Army. This book details his activities as Medical Officer to Stanley's Emin Pasha Relief Expedition. 24

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1607.De Valera an illustrated Life. John Mulqueen and Jimmy Wren. 1989. large format paperback. near fine. 14

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1608.Revolution. The Easter Rising. Richard Killeen. 1995. large format, colour illustrations. near fine. 12

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1609.The 2nd Munsters in France. Lieutenant-Colonel H. S. Jervis. Schull Books. 1998 reprint of the 1922 edition. 72 pages. large format. near fine. 22

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1610.Three Hundred Years of Irish Watercolours and Drawings. Patricia Butler. LONDON, Weidenfeld. 1997. large format paperback, colour illustrations. 224 pages. near fine. An in-depth chronicle of the subject. 18

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1611.Tara. A Select Bibliography: Edel Bhreathnach. 1995. Royal Irish Academy. 173 pages. large format. near fine. With an attractive embossed cover design by Louis Le Brocquy, an essential reference for any student of Irish history and archaeology. 18

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1612.Statement. Brian Moore. Bloomsbury. 1995. 218. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1613.Roscrea, my Heart's Home. Kathleen Moloughney. ROSCREA. 1992. 136 pages. paperback. near fine. 10

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1614.The Year of Liberty. The Great Irish Rebellion of 1798. Thomas Pakenham. LONDON, The Literary Guild. 1969. 416 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 28

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1615.Cheerio, Titan, The Friendship between George Bernard Shaw and Eileen and Sean O'Casey. Eileen O'Casey. NEW YORK. 1989. 142 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1616.Political Problems 1850-1860 by John H. Whyte & Political Problems 1860-1878 by Patrick Corish. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1967. 100 pages. wrappers. 10

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1617.The Missions: Africa & the Orient. Joseph McGlade. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1967. 94 pages. wrappers. 8

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1618.Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh. James Stuart, revised, correected and largely re-written by Rev. Ambrose Coleman. DUBLIN. 1900. nice tight copy, foxing to preliminary pages and old college library stamps. 85

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1619.Joyce the Creator. Sheldon Briviic. 1985. University of Wisconsin. dust wrapper. near fine. re Joyce's attempts to design himself in to the text as an active presence. 55

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1620.Northern Ireland since 1920. David Harkness. 1983. Helicon History of Ireland series. 194 pages. near fine 12

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1621.Conor, a Biography of Conor Cruise O'Brien. Anthology Volume. Donald Akenson. BELFAST, Queen's University. 1994. 356 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1622.Jonathan's Travels. Swift and Ireland. Joseph McMinn. 1994. dust wrapper. near fine First illustrated account of Jonathan Swift's long and extensive travels aroung Ireland. 12

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1623.Celtic Pilgrimages, Sites, Seasons and Saints an Inspiration for Spiritual Journeys. Elaine Gill and David Everett, illustrated by Courtney Davis. 1997. large format, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. near fine. 15

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1624.John Bull's Famous Circus. Ulster History through the Postcard 1905-1985. John Killen. DUBLIN, O'Brien Press. 1985. 158. wrappers. 18

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1625.Dermot and the Earl: Who Wrote the Song. Joseph Long. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1975. 10 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1626.A Conservative Party Leader in Ulster: Sir Stafford Nothcote's Diary of a Visit to the Province, October 1883. A. B. Cooke. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1975. 24 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1627.The Secretariat of the Chief Governors of Ireland, 1690-1800. J. C. Sainty. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1977. 34 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1628.Early Land Use in North-East County Mayo - The Palaeoecological Evidence. Michael O'Connell. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1990. 20 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1629.The Text of St. Luke's Gospel in the Book of Mulling. P. Doyle. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1973. 22 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1630.The Animal Remains from the Beaker Settlement at Newgrange, Co. Meath: Final Report. Loise Van Wijngaarden-Bakker. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1986. 84 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 14

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1631.Archaology and Environmental History of a Barrow at Pubble, Loughmore, County Londonderry. A. G. Smith et als. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1981. 38 pages, plates. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 12

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1632.Population Distribution and the Location of Airports in Ireland. A. A. Horner. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1980. 26 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1633.The Dublin Civic Swords. Claude Blair and Ida Delamer. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1988. 64 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1634.Early Bronze Age Cemetry at Edmonstown, County Dublin. Charles Mount and P. J. Hartnett. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1993. 60 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 10

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1635.A High Cross Base from the Rock of Cashel and a Historic Reconsideration of the 'Ahenny Group' of Crosses. Peter Harbison. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1993. 20 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1636.The Rath at Ballymacash, County Antrim. E. M. Hope and R. J. Ivens. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1998. 24 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1637.White Paper-Making in Ireland in the 1690s. M. Pollard. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1977. 12 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1638.The Date and Provenance of the 'Litany of Irish Saints - [The Irish Litany of Pilgrim Saints]. Sarah Sanderlin. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1975. 12 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1639.The Shrine of the Stowe Missal, Redated. Padraig O'Riain. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1991. 10 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1640.The Chronology of the Irish Annals. Daniel McCarthy. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1998. 52 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1641.Ballinderry Crannog No 1, a Re-interpretation. Ruth Johnson. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1999. 48 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1642.The Gold Vessels of the Bronze Age in Ireland and Beyond. G. Eogan. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1981. 38 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 10

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1643.Medieval Irish Scholars and Classical Latin Literature. Brian O'Cuiv. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1981. 10 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 5

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1644.Independent Orangeism and Class Conflict in Edwardian Belfast: a Reinterpretation. H. Patterson. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1980. 26 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1645.Paterfamilias and Parentela: The Le Poer Lineage in Fourteenth-Century Waterford. Ciaran Parker. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1995. 24 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1646.Archbishop Alen, Tudor Reform and the Kildare Rebellion. James Murray. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1989. 16 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 5

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1647.The Early Development of Agricultural Cooperation: Some French and Irish Comparisons. Carla King. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1996. 20 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1648.The Medieval Parish of South-West County Dublin. Mairin Ni Mharcaigh. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1997. 52 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1649.The Finds from Irish Court Tombs. Michael Herity. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1987. 178 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 22

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1650.Eadbhard O'Raghallaigh, Sean O'Donnabhain agus an tSuirbheireacht Ordanais 1830-4. Art O'Maolfabhail. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1991. 30 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1651.Foreign Involvement in the Revolt of Silken Thomas, 1534-5. Michael O'Siochru. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1996. 18 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1652.The Inscriptions on Pre-Norman Irish Reliquaries. Perette Michelli. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1996. 48 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1653.Radiocarbon Dating of Early Medieval Irish Monuments. Rainer Berger. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1995. 16 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1654.Paradox or Pragmatist ? 'Honest' Tristam Kennedy [1805]: Lawyer, Educationalist, Land Agent and Member of Parliament. Colum Kennedy. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1992. 34 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1655.Mr Anthony's Bog Oak Case of Gold Antiquities. Mary Cahill. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1994. 56 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1656.The O'Connor Faly Lordship of Offaly, 1395-1513. E. M. Hope and R. J. Ivens. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1996. 16 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1657.The Finding of the 'Clonmacnoise' Gold Torcs. Aideen Ireland. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1992. 24 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 5

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1658.George Semple's Charts of Dublin Bay, 1762. Gerald Daly. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1993. 24 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1659.Parr Lane, 'Newes from the Holy Ile'. Alan Ford. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1999. 42 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1660.Adomnan's Vita Columbae and the Cult of Colum Cille in Continental Europe. Jean-Michel Picard. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1998. 22 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 5

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1661.'The Glorious and Immortal Memory': Commemoration and Protestant Identity in Ireland 1660-1800. James Kelly. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1994. 28 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1662.Irish Memorial Brasses to 1700. Heather King. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1994. 38 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 8

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1663.Irish Immigration to the Delaware Valley before the American Revolution. Marianne Wokeck. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1996. 32 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1664.From Smyrna to Stewartstown; A Numismatist's Epigraphic Notebook. David Whitehead. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1999. 38 pages. near fine in blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 5

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1665.The Regional Variation in Mortality During the Great Irish Famine. S. H. Cousens. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. 1963. 22 pages. blue wrappers, with title on front cover. 6

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1666.Further Letters of John Butler Yeats selected by Lennox Robinson. DUBLIN, The Cuala Press.1920. 81 pages. a nice copy, one of 400 printed. 145

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1667.The Great Earl of Kildare (Gerald Fitzgerald) 1456-1513. Donough Bryan. DUBLIN, Phoenix Publishing Co. 1933. 305 pages. 50

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1668.The Politics of Irish Literature from Thomas Davis to W. B. Yeats. Malcolm Brown. University of Washington Press. 1972. dust wrapper. 430 pages. excellent copy. 35

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1669.Ireland from the Air. Daphne Pochin Mould. David & Charles. 1972. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 26

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1670.Statement of the Chief Grievances of Irish Catholics in the matter of Education, Primary, Intermediate and University by the Archbishop of Dublin. [William Walsh] DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. [1890]. 422 pages. a good copy, occasional foxing. 85

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1671.Letters of James Stephens. Richard J. Finneran editor. NEW YORK, Macmillan Publishing Co. 1974. 481 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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1672.Parnell. A Biography. Joan Haslip. NEW YORK, Frederick A. Stokes Co. 1937. 405 pages. near fine in modern cloth. 35

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1673.Danta Aodhagain Ui Rathaille, The Poems of Egan O'Rahilly with Miscellaneous Pieces illustrating their subjects and language. introduction, translation and notes by Patrick Dinneen. LONDON, The Irish Texts Society. 1900. 304 pages. excellent copy. volume three of the Irish Text Society series. 55

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1674.Report of the Tipperary South Riding County Committee of Agriculture for the Year 1956. TIPPERARY, Tipperary S.R. County Committee of Agriculture.1956. 176 pages. wrappers. 25

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1675.The Irish in Modern Scotland. James Handley. Cork University Press.1947. 354 pages. wrappers. 35

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1676.Medieval Fonts of Meath. Helen M. Roe. MEATH.1968. 128 pages. wrappers. very good copy. 12

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1677.The Story of Mellifont. Father Colmcille. Gill & Son.1958. 332 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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1678.Poole's Glossary with some pieces of verse of the Old Dialect of the English Colony in the baronies of Forth and Bargy, County Wexford. edited by T. P. Dolan and Diarmaid O'Muirithe. WEXFORD. 1979. 72 pages. wrappers. 15

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1679.Centenary Record of Wexford's Twin Churches 1858-1958. WEXFORD. [1956]. 190 pages. large format wrappers. near fine. 25

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1680.Register of Wills & Inventories in the Dublin Diocese in the time of Archbishops Tregury and Walton 1457-1483. edited with Translation and Notes by Henry F. Berry. DUBLIN, The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.1898. 277 pages. very good in original wrappers. 55

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1681.Ireland under Coercion. The Diary of an American. William Henry Hurlbert. EDINBURGH, David Douglas.1888. 2 volumes, 266 pages and 349 pages. internally an excellent set, but covers only reasonable set. 75

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1682.The History of the County of Dublin. John D'alton. Dublin, Hodges and Smith.1838. 946 pages. rebound in modern cloth. 85

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1683.Irish Recollections. Justin McCarthy. NEW YORK, Hodder & Stoughton. circa 1890. 278 pages, photographic illustrations. nice embossed original cloth, occasional foxing. 45

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1684.What I have Seen and Heard. J. G. Swift MacNeill. BOSTON, Little, Brown & Company. 1925. 320 pages, illustrated. J. G. Swift MacNeill reveals an insight into many obscure events and indivuals of Irish history. 45

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1685.Ireland since Parnell. Captain D. D. Sheehan, barrister at Law, late M. P. for Mid-Cork. LONDON, Daniel O'Connor. 1921. 326 pages.excellent copy. Captain D. D. Sheehan was a native of Droumtariffe, in North Cork. This book is an important and individualistic account of Irish political life in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. 45

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1686.Irish Literature and Drama in the English Language: a Short History. Stephen Gwynn. LONDON, Thomas Nelson. 1936. 240 pages. 35

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1687.Rotunda Music in Eighteenth-Century Dublin. Brian Boydell. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1992. 240 pages, illustrations. fine. An important contribution to the understanding of Ascendancy Culture in Ireland. 30

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1688.Medieval Dublin: The Making of a Metropolis. Edited by Howard Clarke. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press.1990. 238 pages. dust wrapper. fine. 35

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1689.Wolfe Tone. Edited by Sean O'Faolain. LONDON, Thomas Nelson. 1937. 306 pages. 30

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1690.Walford's County Families of The United Kingdom or Royal Manual of the Titled and Untitled Aristocracy of England, Wales Scotland and Ireland. E. Walford. LONDON, Spottiswoode & Co. 1905. 1168 pages. excellent copy of a wonderful reference book. 95

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1691.A Terrible Beauty is Born. The Irish Troubles 1912-1922. Ulick O'Connor. LONDON, Hamish Hamilton.1975.181 pages. dust wrapper. 25

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1692.The Houses of Ireland. Domestic architecture from the Medieval Castle to the Edwardian Villa. Brian de Breffny & Rosemary ffolliott, photographs George Mott. LONDON, Thames and Hudson.1975. 240 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1693.Eamon De Valera. A Biography. The Earl of Longford & Thomas P. O'Neill. BOSTON, Houghton Mifflin.1971. 499 pages. nicked dust wrapper. 30

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1694.The History of Partition [1912-1925]. Denis Gwynn. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan.1950. 244 pages. dust wrapper. superb copy. 48

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1695.P. O'Connor. Hamilton Fyfe. LONDON, George Allen & Unwin.1934. 351 pages. an interesting biography. 36

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1696.Irish Industrial Schools, 1968-1908. Origins and Development. Jane Barnes. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press.1989. 192 pages. near fine. 30

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1697.Medieval Dublin: The Living City. Edited by Howard Clarke. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press.1990. 242 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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1698.Historical Sketch of the Persecutions suffered by the Catholics of Ireland in the Rule of Cromwell and the Puritans. Rev Patrick Francis Moran. CALLAN, The Sisters of Mercy.1903. 320 pages. lovely copy. 75

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1700.The New Irish Constitution, an Exposition and Some Arguments. edited by by J. H. Morgan. LONDON, Hodder & Stoughton. original 1912 edition. 490 pages. sixteen excellent essays. 65

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1701.Special Report on Surnames in Ireland and Christian Names in Ireland. Sir Robert Matheson, His Majesty's Stationery Office. BALTIMORE. 1994 reprint of 1909 edition. 2 works in one, 78 pages, 94 pages. near fine. 18

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1702.Indexes to Irish Wills. edited by W.P.W. Phillimore and Gertrude Thrift. BALTIMORE. 1997 reprint of 1909 edition. 5 volumes in one. circa 700 pages. near fine. 65

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1704.Church and Parish Records of the United Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross. Rev J. H. Cole. CORK, Guy & Co. 1903. 347 pages. modern cloth. excellent copy. 90

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1705.Letter-Book of the Earl of Clanrickarde 1643-47. edited by John Lowe. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. 1983. 504 pages. near fine. 90

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1706.County Antrim. One Hundred Years Ago. A Guide and Directory 1888. George Henry Bassett. BELFAST. 1989 reprint of the 1888 edition. 414 pages. wrappers. very good. 30

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1707.Early Irish and Welsh Kinship. T. M. Charles-Edwards. Clarendon Press. 1993. 598 pages. near fine. 55

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1708.Italy and Ireland in the Middle Ages. Vincenzo Berardis, introduction by John Ryan. Clonmore and Reynolds. 1950. 224 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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1709.English Lordship in Ireland 1318-61. Robin Frame. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1982. 381 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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1710.The Ranahans of Iverus, History and Directory. John Feheney. CORK, Iverus Publications. 1987. 282 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 15

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1711.Father John Hayes. Founder of Muintir na Tire. The People of the Land. Stephen Rynne. DUBLIN, Clonmore & Reynolds.1960. 293 pages. dust wrapper. 28

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1712.Croke of Cashel. The Life of Archbishop Thomas William Croke 1832-1902. Mark Tierney. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan.1976. 293 pages. dust wrapper. 36

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1713.O'Dea Ua Deaghaidh. The Story of a Rebel Clan. Risteard Ua Croinin. WHITEGATE, Ballinakella Press. 1992. 146 pages. near fine. 18

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1714.Along the Black Pig's Dyke. Folklore from Monaghan and South Armagh. CASTLEBLAYNEY. 1993. 232 pages. wrappers. near fine. 14

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1716.A History of Cabra and Phibsborough. Bernard Neary. DUBLIN. 1983. 114 pages. wrappers. 18

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1717.The Boyne and Blackwater. William R. Wilde. DUBLIN, Sign of the Three Candles. 1949 reprint of the original edition. 251 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 42

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1718.My Clonmel Scrap Book: Co Tipperary. Famous Trials, Romances, Sketches, Stories, Ballads etc. James White. CLONMEL, James O'Connor. modern reprint, circa 1980. 381 pages. near fine. 45

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1719.Beagh, a History and Heritage [Galway]. Marie McNamara and Maura Madden. CORK, Guy & Co. 1995. 276 pages. wrappers. near fine. 18

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1720.The Parish of Aughrim and Kilconnell. Tadhg MacLochlainn. CORK, Guy & Co. 1980. 80 pages. wrappers. near fine. 18

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1721.The Crooked Ash, Scariff Club History [ Clare] . Tim McGillycuddy. [1983] 134 pages. wrappers. 24

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1722.History of Dromiskin. Darver Parish [Louth]. C. P. O'Neill. CORK, Guy & Co. 1984. wrappers. 18

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1723.The Economic History of Cork City from the Earliest Times to the Act of Union. William O'Sullivan. CORK, University Press Cork. 1937. 361 pages. excellent copy. 55

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1724.The Clare Elections. Kieran Sheedy. DUN LAOGHAIRE, Bauroe Publications.1993. 886 pages. near fine. 40

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1725.Dunkerrin A Parish in Ely O Carroll. Seamas O'Riain. DUNKERRIN. 1988. 254 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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1726.A Seagrey House, the history of Renvyle House. J. A. Lidwill.circa 1980. 110 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 18

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1727.Armagh and the Royal Centres in Early Medieval Irelands. Monuments, Cosmology and the Past. N. B. Aitchison. SUFFOLK, Cruithne Press.1994. 356 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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1728.Derry. An Outline History of the Diocese. Brian Bonner. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, Foilseachain Naisiunta Teoranta.1982. 382 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 48

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1729.Liber Dubliniensis Chapter Documents of the Irish Franciscans 1719 - 1875. Anselm Faulkner editor. DUBLIN, Killiney.1978. 400 pages. wrappers. 25

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1730.The Archaeology of Late Celtic Britain and Ireland c. 400-1200 AD. Lloyd Laing. LONDON, Methuen. 1975. 450 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 28

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1731.Memorials of Youghal, Ecclesiastical and Civil. Rev. Canon Hayman. YOUGHAL, 1971 reprint of the 1897 edition. 44 pages. wrappers. 22

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1732.Ancient Parish of Aghaboe-Ballacolla, with section on Rural Life there 50 years ago. A. Dowling. KILKENNY. 1981. 36 pages. wrappers. 18

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1733.Waterford's Yesterdays and Tomorrows. J. J. Walsh. WATERFORD, The Munster Express.1968. circa 190 pages. wrappers. 28

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1734.Arranmore Links. Families of Arranmore with Stories and Some History [Donegal]. Barney Gallagher. 1986. 152 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1735.Milltown Parish a Centenary Celebration [Kerry]. edited by Thomas Egan. 1994. 148 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1736.Changing Faces [County Dublin]. J. Nolan. 1982. 224 pages. wrappers. 22

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1737.One Hundred Years of Irish Rugby. The Official History of the Irish Rugby Football Union. Edmund Van Esbeck. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1974. 274 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1738.1916 Rebellion Handbook. introduction by Declan Kiberd. Mourne River Press. 1998 reprint of the original Irish Times 1916 edition. 306 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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1739.An File, Staidear ar Osnadurthacht na Filiochta sa Traidisiun Gaelach. Daithi O'hOgain. BAILE ATHA CLIATH. 1988. 476 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 24

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1740.Mayo, Aspects of its Heritage. edited by Bernard O'Hara. GALWAY. 1982. 312 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 40

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1741.St. Mary's Parish, Athlone a History. Gearoid O'Brien. LONGFORD. 1989. 214 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 30

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1743.Lebor Bretnach, the Irish Version of the Historia Britonum ascribed to Nennius. edited by A. G. Van Hamel. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. [circa 1940]. nice copy. 45

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1744.A History of Celbridge. Tony Doohan. large format wrappers. circa 1980. near fine. 24

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1745.County Fermanagh One Hundred Years Ago. A Guide and Directory 1880. Henry Lowe. BELFAST, Friars Bush Press. 1990 reprint of the 1880 edition. 204 pages. wrappers. near fine. 30

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1746.A Pride of Paper Tigers. A History of the Great Hunger in the Scariff Workhouse from 1839 to 1853. Michael O'Gorman. TUAMGRANEY, 1994 large format wrappers. near fine. 15

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1747.The Parish of Lawrencetown and Kiltormer [Galway]. Tadhg MacLochlainn. 1981. wrappers. near fine. 24

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1748.'A Various Country'. Essays in Mayo History. edited by Raymond Gillespie and Gerard Moran. WESTPORT. 1987. 180 Pages. wrappers. 32

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1749.Glenhoy, the first 200 years. Jack Johnston. ANTRIM. 1979. wrappers. near fine. story of a Presbyterian church in County Tyrone. 14

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1750.Historical Sketches of Monaghan from the earliest records to the Fenian Movement. Denis Carolan Rushe. A limited edition reprint - 300 copies - of the original 1895 edition. dust wrapper. circa 1980. near fine. 54

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1751.The Monasteries of Ireland. Daphne Pochin Mould. LONDON, Batsford. 1976. 190 pages. dust wrappers. excellent copy. 28

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1752.The Story of Kilmallock. Mainchin Seoighe. KILMALLOCK. 1987. 444 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 55

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1753.The Monasteries of Ireland. Daphne Pochin Mould. LONDON, Batsford. 1976. 190 pages. dust wrappers. excellent copy. 28

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1754.Bethu Phatraic, The Life of Patrick. 1 . Text and Sources. edited with translation by Kathleen Mulchrone. DUBLIN, Royal Irish Academy. 1939. excellent copy. 40

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1755.The Revolution in Ireland 1879-1923. Nancy Curtin. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1994. 318 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 42

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1756.The Irish-French Connection 1578-1978. edited by Liam Swords. PARIS, The Irish College. 1978. 178 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 20

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1757.Times to Cherish. Cashel and Rosegreen Parish History 1795-1995. edited by Bernie Moloney. CASHEL & ROSEGREEN. 1994. 222 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 34

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1758.Midlanders. Chronicle of a Midland parish [St. Rynagh's Offaly]. Valentine Trodd. 1996. 226 pages wrapper. excellent copy. 15

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1759.Captain Boycott & the Irish. Joyce Marlow. LONDON. 1973. 318 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 25

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1760.Irland. William Jaspert. BERLIN. 1938. 232 pages, illustrated. excellent copy apart from foxing to preliminary and final pages. an important account of Ireland by a German observer immediately prior to the second world war. 48

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1761.Sligo. Sinbad's Yellow Shore. T. A. Finnegan. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1977. wrappers. excellent copy. 18

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1762.Mallow. Evelyn Bolster. MALLOW. 1971. 102 pages. wrappers. near fine. 14

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1763.Kiskeam and that way back. [Cork] John O'Riordan. 1969. 148 pages. wrappers. near fine. 22

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1764.The Flora of County Carlow. Evelyn Booth. DUBLIN, Royal Dublin Society. 1979. 178 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 20

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1765.The Industrial Resources of Ireland. Robert Kane. SHANNON, 1971 reprint of the 1845 Hodges & Smith edition. 440 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. One of the principal printed sources for the prevailing agricultural and industrial situation in Ireland immediately prior to the Famine. 75

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1766.British Policy and the Irish Administration 1920-22. John McColgan. LONDON, George Allen. 1983. 178 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 28

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1767.The Early History of the Town of Birr or Parsontown. Thomas Lalor Cooke, with a new introduction by Margaret Hogan. Esker Press. 1990. 414 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 70

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1768.Ireland and the First International. Sean Daly. CORK, Tower Books. 1984. 232 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 30

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1769.Remembering Limerick. Historical Essays celebrating the 800th Anniversary of Limerick's First Charter granted in 1197. David Lee. LIMERICK, Limerick Civic Trust. 1997. 406 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 18

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1770.Boyle, a selection of articles on places, buildings and events of local interest [Roscommon]. compiled by Moylurg Writers. BOYLE. 1988. 192 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 22

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1771.History of Islandmagee. Dixon Donaldson, revised by Victor Glenn. 1968. 96 pages. wrappers. 18

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1772.A Fourteenth-Century Scholar and Primate: Richard FitzRalph in Oxford, Avignon and Armagh. Katherine Walsh. Clarendon Press. 1981. 518 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 45

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1773.The Civil Survey 1654-1656 County of Tipperary with the Return of Crown & Church Lands for the Whole County. Robert Simington. DUBLIN, The Stationery Office. 1931. 2 Volumes. excellent . 145

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1774.The Abiding Enchantment of Curragh Chase - A Big House Remembered. Joan Wynne Jones. CORK. 1983. 70 pages. wrappers. 24

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1775.Ballymacward. The Story of an East Galway Parish. John Flynn. 1991. 240 pages. dust wrapper. excellent . 30

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1776.Radicals and the Republic. Socialisy Republicanism in the Irish Free State 1925-1937. Richard English. Clarendon Press. 1994. 310 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 45

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1777.Where Araglen so gently flows. John J O'Riordain. 1989. 304 pages. dust wrapper. 35

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1778.On the Borders of the Pale, a history of the Kilgobbin, Stepaside and Sandyford area. Rob Goodbody. Pale Publishing. 1993. 132 pages. wrappers. crease affecting preliminary pages. 20

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1779.A Sense of Fermoy volume 1. J. J. Bunyan. FERMOY. circa 1980. wrappers. 15

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1781.History of Moylough-Mountbellew [Galway]. John Claffey. DUBLIN. 1983. wrappers. excellent. 25

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1782.Achill Island, Archaeology, History and Folklore. Theresa McDonald. TULLAMORE. 1997. 372 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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1783.For God or King. The History of Mountshannon, County Clare 1742-1992. editor Gerard Madden. 1992. 242 pages. wrappers. 18

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1785.The Redingtons of Clarinbridge, leading Catholic landlords in the nineteenth century. Joseph Murphy. circa 1999. 366 pages . near fine. 20

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1786.Political Economy and Colonial Ireland. The Propogation and Ideological Function of Economic Discourse in the Nineteenth Century. Thomas Boylan and Timothy Foley. Routledge. 1992. 208 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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1787.Education in the Parish of Killaloe. Sean Kierse. KILLALOE. 1987. 150 pages. wrappers. 25

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1788.Killoran and Coolaney, a Local History [Sligo] Michael Farry. 1985. 518 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. 25

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1789.Lower Creggan, the story of a Parish [Armagh]. Hugh Macauley. 1992. 70 pages. wrappers. 20

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1790.The Friars Minor in Ireland from their arrival to 1400. Francis J. Cotter. NEW YORK, The Franciscan Institute. 1994. 280 pages. wrappers. near fine copy. 32

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1791.Graziers, Land Reform, and Political Conflict in Ireland. David Seth Jones. Catholic University of America. 1995. 286 pages. near fine. 25

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1792.The Footwear Industry in Ireland 1922-1973. Jon Press. Irish Academic Press. 1989. 230 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 28

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1793.After the Famine. Irish Agriculture 1850-1914. Michael Turner. Cambridge University Press. 1996. 312 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 32

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1794.Arthur Young's Tour in Ireland 1776-1779. edited with introduction and notes by Arthur Wollaston Hutton, with a bibliography by John Anderson. LONDON, George Bell. 1892. 470 pages, 400 pages. excellent. 175

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1795.The Greening of Dublin Castle, The Transformation of Bureaucratic and Judicial Personnel in Ireland, 1892-1922. Lawrence McBride. Catholic University of America. 1991. 336 pages. near fine 25

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1796.Documents on the Affairs of Ireland before the King's Council. edited by G. O. Sayles. DUBLIN, Stationery Office. 1979. 336 pages. internally near fine, spine rebacked. important source for fourteenth century Ireland. 45

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1797.Citizen Lord. Edward Fitzgerald 1763-1798. Stella Tillyard. LONDON, Chatto & Windus. 1997. 336 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1798.Limerick's Rugby History. Charles Mulqueen. 1978. 166 pages. wrappers. 28

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1799.Mevagh Down the Years. A History of Carrigart, Downings, Glen and the Surrounding District. Leslie W. Lucas. PORTLAW, Volturna Press. 1972. 241 pages. wrappers. 20

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1800.This Great Calamity, The Irish Famine 1845-52. Christine Kinealy. Gill & Macmillan. 1994. 450 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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1801.Souperism: Myth or Reality? A Study of Catholics & Protestants during the Great Famine. Desmond Bowen. CORK. The Mercier Press. 1970. 256 pages. dust wrapper. An exhaustive and objective study of the work of the clergy of the Established Church during the Famine and their relationship, frequently controversial, with the Catholic population. 95

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1802.The Ballads of Ireland. collected and edited by Edward Hayes. LONDON, Fullarton & Co. 1855. 2 volumes, 356 pages, 418 pages. 130

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1803.The Protestant Crusade in Ireland 1800-70. A Study of the Protestant-Catholic Relations between the Act of Union and Disestablishment. Desmond Bowen. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1978. 412 pages. dust wrapper. excellent. 95

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1804. The Post Office Annual Directory for 1833, containing an alphabetical list of the Nobility, Gentry, Merchants and others, in Dublin and Vicinity with a Dublin Street Directory. DUBLIN, Printed for the Letter-Carriers of the General Post Office. 1833. xx pages, 336 pages, 109 pages. modern cloth. 95

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1805.Irish Population before Petty. Problems and Possibilities. Gearoid MacNiocaill. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1981. 10 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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1806.Land, Law and Society in Sixteenth Century Ireland. K. W. Nicholls. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1976. 26 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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1807.Thomas Drummond and the Government of Ireland 1835-41. M. A. G. O'Tuathaigh. National University of Ireland, DUBLIN. 1977. 20 pages. wrappers. near fine. 5

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1808.The Chief Secretary. Augustine Birrell in Ireland. Leon O' Broin. Archon Books. CONNECTICUT. 1970. 232 pages. dust wrapper. O'Broin deals with the career of the Liberal politician as Chief Secretary in Ireland during the crucial period 1907-1916. Despite Birrell's tolerance, political intelligence and love of Ireland this book outlines his eventual and dramatic failure. 30

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1809.Rural Ireland. Modernisation and Change 1600-1900. CORK, Cork University Press. edited by Patrick O'Flanagan, Paul Ferguson and Kevin Whelan. Valuable collection of essays particularly 'Violence and Order in eighteenth century Ireland'. 24

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1810.The Irish Board of Works, 1831 - 1878. A. R. G. Griffiths. Garland Publications. 1987. 214 pages. near fine. This book [i] analyses Irish Administration after the Union, including Grand Juries, Inland Navigation and The Barrack Board, [ii] the Pre-Famine department, Shannon Navigation , Road improvements, [iii] the Board of Work's Famine role, [iv]the post-Famine period and [v] the decline of the Board. 45

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1812.A Survey of Stone Circles in Cork and Kerry. Sean O'Nuallain. 1984. 76 pages. illustrated. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy, DUBLIN. near fine in blue wrappers with title on front cover. 14

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1813.The Letters of Lord Chief Baron Edward Willes to the Earl of Warwick, 1757-1762. An account of Ireland in the mid-eighteenth century. Editor James Kelly. 1990. 141 pages. Boethius Press. paperback edition. near fine. This description of Ireland is an important account of Ireland in the eighteenth century. Written between 1757-1762 while Wiles was Lord Baron of the Exchequer. Detailed notes on the text by Dr. James Kelly are a very valuable addition. 10

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1814.Historical Essays on the Kingdom of Munster. The Mac Carthy Mor, Prince of Desmond. With a foreword by Peter Berresford Ellis. KANSAS, Irish Genealogical Foundation. 315 pages. 1994. Contents include, Coronation Rituals in Eoghanacht Munster, The Eoghanachta, The High Kingship of Ireland and the Rise of the Dal gCais, The Submissions of King Dermod and Tadg 11, The Policy of Surrender and Regrant, Gaelic Feudalism in Desmond, The Governance of Desmond, The Royal House of Mac Carthy Mor, Genealogies, etc. 30

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1815.Fighting for Ireland. The Military Stategy of the Irish Republical Movement. M. L. R. Smith. LONDON, Routledge. 1995. 265 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1816.Law and the Constitution, Present Discontents. Field Day Pamphlet. Patrick McGrory. 1986. wrappers. 5

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1817.The 'B' Specials. A History of the Ulster Special Constabulary. Sir Arthur Hezlet. BELFAST. 1997. 248 pages. paperback. near fine. 14

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1818.Irish Political Documents, 1869-1916. Arthur Mitchell & Padraig O'Snodaigh. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 192 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. A collection of one hundred key historical documents. 20

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1819.Expugnation Hibernica, The Conquest of Ireland by Giraldus Cambrensis. edited by AB Scott and F X Martin. DUBLIN, Royal Irish Academy. 393 pages. dust wrapper. 25

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1821.Ireland in 1872. A Tour of Observation with Remarks on Irish Public Questions. James Macaulay. LONDON. 1873. 419 pages. a good copy of a perceptive study. 95

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1822.Doing My Bit for Ireland. Margaret Skinnider. NEW YORK, The Century Co. 1917. 252 pages. illustrated. near fine in embossed cloth. Skinnider in the footnote to the frontispiece was described as 'school-teacher, suffragist and nationalist'. 85

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1823.Ireland as We saw it: the character, the condition, and prospects of the people. Wm. S. Balch. NEW YORK, Putnam. 1850. 432 pages. modern quarter leather some wear to hinges and extremities, foxing affecting preliminary and final pages. A travel account replete with astute observations on aspects of Irish life including politics, education, religion, evictions etc. Balch, an American, disembarked at Cork, then proceeded through Macroom, Killarney, Tralee, Limerick, Portumna and on to DUBLIN, where he witnesses the trial of John Mitchell, Drogheda, Monaghan and Londonderry. 125

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1824.Frank Roney Irish Rebel and California Labor Leader. An Autobiography. Ira B. Cross editor. California, University of California Press Berkeley. 1931. xxxvi pages, 571 pages. Superb copy. Roney, born in Belfast in 1841, played an huge part in the development of the American labour movement. 165

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1825.Figures from the Past. Studies on Figurative Art in Christian Ireland in Honour of Helen M. Roe. Etienne Rynne Editor. DUBLIN, The Glendale Press. 1987. 328 pages. dust wrapper. Large format. near fine. Most significant essays on early-Christian, Romanesque, Medieval and Post-Medieval Ireland. Contributors include Ann Hamlin, Patrick Wallace, Peter Harbison, Michael Ryan, A. T. Lucas, Michael Herity, Liam De Paor, Peter Harbison, Raghnall O'Floinn, Roger Stalley, Thomas Fanning, John Bradley and Fergus O'Flaherty. One of the more important books on art in the time of St. Patrick and his successors. 75

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1826.Collection of Kildare Place Society books. [i] Wonderful Escapes ! The Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Antelope Packet. The Loss of the Lady Hobart Packet on an island of ice. The Shipwreck of the Hercules on the coast of Africa. DUBLIN. 1822. [ii] The Brothers; or the Consequences a Story of What happens every day, with a short account of Saving Banks, and of other essays. DUBLIN. 1818. [iii] Travels in England and Wales compiled from the most authentic and recent sources. DUBLIN. 1825. [iv] The Natural History of Domestic Animals, Reptiles and Serpents, containing an account of their Habits and Instincts, and of the services they render to man. DUBLIN. 1821. [v] Travels in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. 1826. [vi] The Life of Captain James Cook. DUBLIN. 1824. [vii] The Scrap Book or a selection of interesting and authentic anecdotes. DUBLIN. 1825. [viii] The Natural History of Remarkable Insects with their Habits and Instincts. DUBLIN. 1822. [ix] The Natural History of Remarkable Birds with their Habits and Instincts. DUBLIN. 1821. [x] The Natural History of Remarkable Birds with their Habits and Instincts. DUBLIN. 1832. [xi] The Shipwreck of the Alceste, an English Frigate in the Straits of Gaspar; also the Shipwreck of the Medusa. DUBLIN. 1822. [xii] Travels in the Interior of Africa by Mungo Park. DUBLIN. 1825. [xiii] Travels in Africa. DUBLIN. 1821. [xiv] Mungo; or the Little Traveller. To which is annexed The Seven Wonders of the World. DUBLIN. 1819. [xv] The Natural History of Reptiles and Serpents, to which is added An Appendix containing an account of Worms, of Corals and of Sponges. DUBLIN. 1824. [xvi] The Wonders of the World. DUBLIN. 1825. [xvii] The Voyage of Commodore Anson round the World. DUBLIN. 1825. [xviii] Byron's narrative of the Loss of the Wager Man of War one of Admiral Anson's Squadron. DUBLIN. 1819. [xix] Travels in south-eastern Asia compiled from the most authentic and recent sources. DUBLIN. 1823. [xx] A History of Useful Arts and Manufactures. DUBLIN. 1823. [xxi] The Dangerous Voyage performed by Captain Bligh, with a part of the Crew of His Majesty's Ship Bounty, in an open boat, over twelve hundred leagues of the Ocean in 1789. DUBLIN. 1824. [xxii] The History of Tim Higgins, the Cottage Visiter. DUBLIN. 1825. A variety of printers are represented including Richard Grace, R. Napper, William Espy, J. Jones, Chambers and Hallagan, Bentham and Hardy, A. O'Neill, Brett Smith, P. Hayes, E. Tute and Thomas White. The number of pages range from 158 to 180 the latter figure being the number for the majority of books present. All twenty two books are the same size, 14 cm x 10 cm and are bound in full calf. Condition is generally very good, interiors in excellent condition with inevitable wear to extremities of covers and occasional stitching. These books were publications of the Kildare Place Society. [see The printed Word and the Common Man, Popular Culture in Ulster 1700-1900 by J. R. R. Adams, Institute of Irish Studies, 1987] The Kildare Place Society becoming concerned at the material then in use in existing Irish schools, decided to produce more suitable material. The imprint of the society did not appear on the books, probably so as to not to alienate any potential readers. According to Adams these publications which were written to be, 'informative, accurate, and accurate, but perhaps above all to ensure that they did not in the slightest offend Roman Catholic opinion', had 'a profound effect on Irish reading habits'. 970

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1827.James Joyce Ulysses. A Facsimile of the Manuscript. a critical introduction by Harry Levin and a bibliographical preface by Clive Driver. LONDON, Faber and Faber in association with the Rosenbach Foundation, PHILADELPHIA. 1975. 3 volumes in slip case. large format. near fine. 375

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1828.Towards a New Ireland. [1] Forging New Links With the Empire, The New Central Bank, [ii[ Turf or Nothing by Robert Tweedy, [iii] How New Zealand met the Crisis by Berthon Waters [iv] How New Zealand saved the Farmers and Guaranteed Wages by Berthon Waters [vi] The Invisible Empire, [vii] The Truth about Portugal by Berthon Waters, [viii] A Doctor looks at DUBLIN, [ix] Bounds to the March of a Nation, [x] Education, by Berthon Waters, [xi] Afforestation Provides Farmers Markets, [xii] Housing, [xiii] The Rights of Man [xiv] Introduction to Finance, [xv] National Monetary Policy, [xvi] Future of the Irish Language by T. A. O'Rourke, [xvii] National Agricultural Policy by T. J. Mc Elligott, [xviii] Forestry Provides National Wealth, by Rev. T. Kromer [xix] Sweden by Berthon Waters. [xx] Sweden Continued by Berthon Waters [xxi] Full Employment in Post War Ireland by L. J. Duffy, [xxii] Full Home Market in post-war Ireland, [xxiii] Denmark and post-war Ireland by Berthon Waters. DUBLIN, The Irish People Co-operative Society. circa 1950. collection of 22 pamphlets, bound in modern cloth binding. The Irish People Co-operative Society was set up to encourage debate on Ireland's economic and social policies after the second world war, and aimed to 'show that national re-organisation for Ireland cannot be reached through inertia and drift, nor by attempts at piecemeal reconstruction.' Each pamphlet analysed a different social or economic aspect and suggested how prevailing difficulties could be overcome. Most of the authors are not identified. This is an important collection, which reveals how by 1950 the prevailing order in Ireland was being subjected to the radical and critical examination which ultimately transformed Irish society. 85

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1829.Thanks for the Memory, being personal reminiscences, traditions, history and navigational details about the River Shannon [illustrated]. H. J. Rice. ATHLONE. 1974. 234 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. limited edition. 60

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1830.Book of Survey and Distribution. Co. Clare, reproduced photographically from the manuscript with introductions by Dr. Simington and index by Mr. Mac Giolla Choille. DUBLIN. Irish Manuscript Commission. 1960. large folio. modern cloth. The Books of Survey and Distribution disclose the position as to land ownership in every parish and barony prior and subsequent to the forfeitures under Cromwell and William III. The names of the old proprietors, the lands forfeited, the extent profitable and unprofitable, and the areas distributed to the specified new owners are exhibited, column by column, in wide folios. Markings, or signs, to which a key exists, indicate the titles of dispositions, e.g. Certificates, Patents, Act of Settlement Decrees, and Trustees' Sales. 115

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1831.Brief Lives of Irish Doctors. J. B. Lyons. DUBLIN, Blackwater. 1978. 182 pages. dust wrapper. 25

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1832.Report of the Proceedings of the Twelfth Anniversary of the Kilkenny Bible Society held in the Court-house of Kilkenny. on Thursday, 14th October, 1824. 167 pages, xliv pages. DUBLIN, Milliken, 1824. lovely copy in later wrappers. This meeting was attended by 'much disturbance' with the differing religious antagonists becoming embroiled in heated exchanges. 125

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1833.Richard Griffith 1784 - 1878. Gordon Herries Davies and Charles Mollan. Royal Dublin Society. 1980. 220 pages. illustrated. large format paperback. An important collection of essays on one of the most influential men in the history of nineteenth century Ireland, surveyor of the Irish coalfields, geologist, road and bridge builder, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Works, and Commisioner of 'Griffith's Valuation'. 30

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1834.The Famine in Ireland. Mary E. Daly. Historical Association of Ireland. 1986. 138 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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1835.The Burren. A Companion to the Wildflowers of an Irish Limestine Wilderness. Charles Nelson, illustrated by Wendy Walsh. DUBLIN, Sampton Limited. 1997. 342 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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1836.The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. The following numbers are available in original wrappers as issued, with inevitable wear to fragile wrappers; 1870 July, 1871 January, 1878 October, 1880 July, 1881 October, 1883 July, 1884 July, 1890 second quarter, 1891 first quarter, 1891 second quarter, 1891 third quarter, 1893 December, 1893 June, 1893 September, 1894 March, 1895 June, 1895 September, 1896 March, 1896 July, 1896 December, 1897 March, 1897 June, 1897 December, 1898 June, 1898 September, 1899 June, 1899 December, 1900 March, 1900 September, 1900 December, 1901 March, 1901 June, 1901 September, 1902 June, 1903 March, 1903 June, 1903 September, 1903 December, 1904 March, 1904 June, 1904 September, 1906 March, 1908 March, 1908 June, 1909 March, 1909 June, 1909 September, 1909 December, 1911 December, 1912 June, 1913 March, 1915 June, 1916 June, 1917 March, 1917 December, 1918 June, 1920 June, 1920 December, 1921 June, 1922 June, 1922 December, 1924 June, 1925 Part 2, 1929 December, 1930 June, 1930 December,1934 Part 2, 1934 Part 2, 1936 June, 1936 Part 2, 1939 March, 1939 Part 3, 1939 September, 1943 Part 3, 1943 September, 1944 December, 1952 Part 1, 1951 Part 2, 1953 Part 1, 1953 Part 2, 1959 Part 1, 1959 Part 2, 1961 Part 1, 1962 Part 1, 1962 Part 2. each 12

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1837.The Wolfe Tone Annual. compiled and published by Brian O'Higgins. The Wolfe Tone Annual was edited and published by Brian O' Higgins. It commenced publication in 1932 and continued until 1962. It promoted a militant seperatist philosophy mainly through the telling of particular episodes in Irish history. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; issues available for the year 1932, year 1934, year 1935, year 1939, year 1940, year 1941, year 1943, year 1944, year 1947, year 1949, year 1951, year 1952, year 1953, year 1955, year 1959, year 1960, year 1961. each 20

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1838.Collectanea Hibernica, Sources for Irish History. Collectanea Hibernica the journal of the Franciscan House of Irish Studies, Killiney is devoted exclusively to the publication of original source material on Irish history. Each issues comprises of approximately 150 pages. The following numbers are available in original wrappers as issued; number 2, number 3, number 4, number 5, number 8, number 9, number 10, number 11, number 13, number 16, number 17, double number 18\19, number 23, number 24, number 25, number 26, number 27\28, number 29, number 38. each 12

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1839.Analecta Hibernica. Analecta Hibernica was published by the Irish Manuscript Commission. It published original source material for Irish history, held in both private hands and in institutions, especially foreign libraries. Each issues averaged circa 260 pages. The following numbers are available, in original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; number 1, number 2, number 3, number 4, number 5, number 6, number 9, number 10, number 11, number 17, number 24, number 25, number 27, number 28, number 29, number 30, number 31, number 32, number 33, number 34.each 25

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1840.North Munster Antiquarian Journal. Published by the Thomond Society, LIMERICK. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; Issues available for Autumn 1943, Autumn 1946-Spring 1947, 1959, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1968. each 20

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Issues for 1971, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993-94, 1995, 1996. Each 15

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1841.Bealoideas. Journal of the Folklore Society of Ireland. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; The following numbers are available; 1931 Imlitir III Uimhir II, 1962 Imlitir XXX. each 20

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1842.Molua. Killaloe Diocesan Journal. original wrappers as issued. The following numbers are available, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1959. each 20

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1843.Irish Historical Studies, the Joint Journal of the Irish Historical Society and the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; The following numbers are available, 13, 14, 47, 65, 66, 70, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 83, 112, 113.each 12

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1844.Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. original wrappers as issued. The following numbers are available, with inevitable wear; year of issue in brackets; number 5 [1892], number 6 [1892], number 13 [1894], number 14 [1893], number 15 [1893], number 16 [1893], number 17 [1893], number 19 [1893], number 20 [1893], number 21 [1893], number 22 [1893], number 23 [1893], number 24 [1893], number 15 [1894], number 25 [1894] number 26 [1894], number 28 [1894], number 29 [1894], number 30 [1894], number 31 [1894], number 32 [1894], number 33 [1894], number 34 [1894], number 35 [1894], number 107 [1915],number 36 [1894], number 2 [1895], number 3 [1895], number 9 [1895], number 10 [1895], number 19 [1896], number 20 [1896], number 21 [1896], number 22 [1896], number 23 [1896], number 24 [1896], 26 [1897], number 29 [1897], number 28 [1897], number 30 [1897], number 16 [1896], number 17 [1896], number 31-33 [1897] fragile, number 34-36 [1897] fragile, number 46 [1900], number 47 [1900], number 48 [1900], number 49 [1901], number 50 [1901], number 52 [1901], number 53 [1902], number 54 [1902], number 55 [1902], number 56 [1902], number 57 [1903], number 58 [1903], number 59 [1903], number 60 [1903], number 84 [1909], number 12 [1892], number 95 [1912], number 96 [1912], number 101 [1914], number 109 [1916], number 114 [1917], number 119 [1918], number 120 [1918], number 129 [1924], number 144 [1931], number 148 [1933], number 149 [1934], number 157 [1938], number159 [1939], number160 [1939], number161 [1940], number162 [1940], number163 [1941], number 165 [1942], number 166 [1942], number167 [1943], number 168 [1943], number 169 [1944], number 170 [1944], number 171 [1945], number 172 [1945], number 173 [1946], number 174 [1946], number 179 [1949], number 180 [1949], number 181 [1950], number 182 [1950], number 183 [1971], number184 [1951], number 185 [1952], number 186 [1952], number 187 [1953], number 188 [1953], number 189 [1954], number 190 [1954], number 191 [1955], number 192 [1955], number 193 [1956], number 194 [1956], number 196 [1957], number 197 [1958], number 198 [1958], number 199 [1959], number 200 [1959], number 201 [1960], number 202 [1960], number 203 [1961], number 204 [1961], number 205 [1962], number 206 [1962], number 207\208 [1963], number 209 [1964], number 210 [1964], number 211 [1965], number 212 [1965], number 215 [1967], number 216 [1967], number 217 [1968], number 218 [1968], number 219 [1969], number 220 [1969], number 224 [1971], number 221 [1970], number 222 [1970], number 223 [1971], number 224 [1971], number 225 [1972], number 226 [1972], number 227 [1973], number 228 [1973], number 229 [1974], number 232 [1975], number 235 [1977], number 236 [1977], number 237 [1978], number 238 [1978], number 239 [1979], number 240 [1979], number 240\241 [1980], number 244 [1981], number 245 [1982], number 246 [1982], number 250 [1986], number 251 [1987], number for the year [1992], number for the year [1992].each 16

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1845.The Capuchin Annual. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; issues available for the years; 1933, 1936, 1941, 1945\46, 1946\47, 1952, 1953\54, 1956\57, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977.each 25

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1846. The Dublin Magazine. original wrappers as issued; issues available for the years; August 1923, September 1923, October 1923, November 1923, December 1923, January 1924, February 1924, April 1924, May 1924, July 1924, September 1924, October1924, December 1924, January 1925, February 1925, March 1925, April 1925, July 1925, August 1925, January to March 1926, April to June 1926, July to September 1926, October to December 1926, January to March 1927, April to June 1927, July to September 1927, January to March 1928, April to June 1928, January to March 1929, April to June 1929, July to September 1929, October to December 1929, January to March 1930, April to June 1930, July to September 1930, October to December 1930, January to March 1931, April to June 1931, July to September 1931, October to December 1957, January to March 1932, April to June 1932, July to September 1932, October to December 1932, January to March 1933, July to September 1933, October to December 1933, January to March 1934, April to June 1934, January to March 1935, April to June 1935, July to September 1935, October to December 1935, April to June 1936, October to December 1936, January to March 1939, April to June 1939, July to September 1939, January to March 1940, April to June 1940, July to September 1940, January to March 1941, April to June 1941, January to March 1954, April to June 1956, July to September 1956, October to December 1956, January to March 1957, April to June 1957, July to September 1957, October to December 1957, January to March 1958, April to June 1958. each 25

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1847.The Mungret Annual. LIMERICK, Guy and Co.original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; illustrated, plus numerous advertisements; issues available for the years 1900, 1926, 1927, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1949, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1974. each 25

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1848.Irish University Review, a Journal of Irish Studies; original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; Volume 1 number 1, Volume 3 number 2, Volume 4 number 1, Volume 5 number 1, Volume 5 number 2, Volume 6 number 1, Volume 7 number 1, Volume 9 number 2. each 12

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1849.The Other Clare. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; number 4, number 10, number 11, number 12, number 14, number 16, number 18, number 23, number 24.each 5

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1850.University Review. The Journal of the National University of Ireland. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; Volume 4 number 3, Volume 4 number 2, Volume 5 number 1, Volume 5 number 2. each 12

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1851.Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Iris an Da Chultur. original wrappers, with inevitable minor wear; volume 1, volume 2, volume 4, volume 5. each 12

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1852.The Galway Archaeological and Historical Society. original wrappers as issued, with inevitable minor wear; volume 45, volume 48, volume 49, volume 50, volume 51. each 16

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1854.The Crooked Cross. Brendan Kennelly. 1989. 124 pages. paperback. near fine. 6

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1855.National Action. A plan for the National Recovery of Ireland. Josephus Anelius [Joseph Hanly]. DUBLIN, The Gaelic Athletic Association. 1943. 126 pages. wrappers. excellent. This pamphlet, sponsored by the G. A. A., formulated a plan for a national Government together with revised and improved public systems and services. 15

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1856.Neither Kingdom nor Nation. The Irish Quest for Constitutional Rights, 1698-1800. Neil Longley York. Catholic University Press. 1994. 280 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 'a skilful analysis of the Anglo-Irish struggle with British governments for recognition of their constitutional rights'. 22

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1857.A New lease of Life. Landlords, Tenants and Immigrants in Ireland and Canada. Catharine Anne Wilson. McGill University Press. 1994. 315 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 'a detailed history of migration and adaptation in the nineteenth-century', based on the estates of two landlords, namely Stephen Moore earl of Mountcashel and Major Robert Perceval Maxwell. 22

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1858.Civil Survey of the Counties of Donegal, Londonderry and Tyrone. edited by Robert Simington. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. Pages. xlvi, 454. 1937. excellent copy in modern cloth. A descriptive record of the land and its owners in 1640, recording every estate, names of places, with an account of the rivers, streams and woodland areas. Local particulars include the name and residence of the owner, the homes of the people, valuations, areas in tillage and pasture, mills, antiquities and so forth. 55

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1859.The Ancient Sundials of Ireland. Mario Arnaldi, translated by Charles Aked. The British Sundial Society. 2000. 78 pages. wrappers. near fine. 18

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1860.The Chronicle of Ireland 1584-1608 by Sir James Perrott. edited by Herbert Wood. DUBLIN, Stationery Office.1933.199 pages. excellent copy in modern cloth. an important source forIrish history in the sixteenth century. 45

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1861.Ireland's Co-operative Heartland. Ardagh C. D. S. - A History 1891-1974 [Limerick]. John Hough. 1997.110 pages. excellent copy in wrappers. 10

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1862.Kerry. C. P. Crane with illustrations from photographs by Geoffrey Parsons. LONDON, Methuen & Co. 1907. 240 pages. nice copy with the large folding map. a most detailed though small format guide to one of the Ireland's most famous counties. 95

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1863.George's Ghosts. A New Life of W. B. Yeats. Brenda maddox. LONDON, Picador. 1999. 444 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 20

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1864.Letters from the new Island. Frank Ryan. Journey to the Centre. Michael O'Loughlin. Raven Arts Press. 1987. 20 pages.wrappers. near fine. 5

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1865.Ireland. Bibliographical Introduction to Legal History and Ethnology. V. T. H. Delany. BRUSSELS, Editios de L'Institut de Sociologie. 1963. 38 pages. wrappers. Letter by Ruth Delany to former president Cearrbhail O'Dalaigh, then Chief Justice of Ireland loosely inserted. 22

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1866.The Famine Years in the Parish of Killaloe 1845-1851. Sean Kierse. KILLALOE. 1984. wrappers. 25

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1867.The Spice of Life and Other Essays. Donal O'Sullivan. DUBLIN, Browne & Nolan. 1948. 126 pages.nicked dust wrapper. 22

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1868.Tipp Co-op. Origin and Development. William Jenkins. Geography Publications. circa 1998. 214 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 18

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1869.Irish Priests and English Landlords by the author of Hyacinth O'Gara. Second Edition. DUBLIN, R. M. Timms. 1830. 250 pages. Bound in later cloth with old numbering on spine. name erased from title page. Title page somewhat smudged. 75

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1870.Road Rhymes and the Soul of Erin. M. Michael [ Mairin Ni Mhaol Mhicheil]. illustration by M. Q. Haig [ Maighread Q. Haig]. LONDON, Woodgrange Press. 1929. 66 pages. spine rebacked. inscription in Irish on front blank. a book of poetry with occasional notes on the themes. 55

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1871.An Essay on Education, Catholic and Mixed. A Poem in two parts by a Catholic Priest. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1868. 64 pages. original covers well worn. regular underlining to text. inscription by Padraig D. O'Morain in Irish on title page. an interesting poetic contribution in which one reads,'And of the number high above the rest,Stands John of Tuam, Archbishop of the West'. 35

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1872.Dunboy and Other Poems. Timothy Daniel O'Sullivan. DUBLIN, John F. Fowler. 1861. 172 pages. nice copy in original embossed cloth. old college stamps on preliminary and final pages. 85

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1873.The Song of Dermot and the Earl. An Old French Poem from the Carew Manuscript in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth Palace edited with literal translation and notes, a facsimile and a map by Gerard Henry Orpen. OXFORD, Clarendon Press. 1892. 354 pages. nice copy in original embossed cloth. slight wear to edges. 185

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1874.An Epilogue to the Praise of Angus and Other Poems. Seumas O'Sullivan. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1914. 30 pages. apart from stain to final blank page and the inner cover this is an excellent copy in dust wrapper. 35

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1875.Lives of the Irish Saints and Martyrs. D. P. Conyngham, introduction by Thomas Preston. NEW YORK, Sadlier. [870] circa 800 pages, illustrated. Bound in an attractive embossed cloth binding, with Holy Cross Abbey depicted on front cover. old monastic ownership stamps, wear to extremities, but a nice copy. 145

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1876.Jack B. Yeats. An Appreciation and an Interpretation. Thomas MacGreevy. DUBLIN, Victor Waddington. 1945. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 45

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1877.Songs of Myself. Thomas MacDonagh. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1910. excellent copy. 55

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1878.Chequy Sonnets Original and Translated. John J. Hayden. HALIFAX, Ashworth & Birkhead. 1898. printed for private circulation. 82 pages. original stiff wrappers, some wear. dedication by author. 70

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1879.The Dreamers. A Play in Three Acts. Lennox Robinson. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1915. 68 pages. excellent copy in quarter linen on boards. 30

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1880.Poems and Ballads. William Rooney 'Fear na Muinntire', introduction by Arthur Griffith. DUBLIN, 'The United Irishman'. 204 pages. circa 1900. original cloth. 35

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1881.The Pillar of Cloud. Francis Stuart. LONDON, Victor Gollancz. 1948. excellent copy in repaired dust wrapper. 65

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1881.Poor Paddy's Cabin; or Slavery in Ireland. A True Representation of Facts and Characters by an Irishman. Second Edition with Additional Facts and Anecdotes. LONDON, Wertheim and Macintosh. 1854. 242 pages. original cloth, substantial rubbing to edges. 'The plan of this work was suggested by '' Uncle Tom's cabin'' in which real characters and facts are woven into an interesting narrative' wrote a reviewer in the Achill Herald in January 1854. 135

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1882.Father Butler. The Lough Dearg Pilgrim. Second Edition. William Carleton. DUBLIN. William Curry. 1839. 230 pages. bound in modern cloth, with no preliminary pages. 55

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1883.Poems and Translations. John M. Synge. LONDON, George Allen & Unwin. 1924. attractive copy in quarter linen boards. 30

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1884.Nova Hibernia. Irish Poets and Dramatists of Today and Yesterday. Michael Monahan. NEW YORK, Kennerley. 1914. 274 pages. excellent copy. 65

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1885.The Complete Poems of Francis Ledwidge, with introduction by Lord Dunsany. LONDON, Herbert Jenkins. 1914. 192 pages. 45

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1886.The Crooked Cross. A Novel. Brendan Kennelly. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1963. excellent copy in nicked dust wrapper. 45

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1887.The Crock of Gold. James Stephens. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1961. 312 pages. near fine copy in decorative dust wrapper. 35

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1888.The Common Chord. Stories and Tales. Frank O'Connor. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1947. First edition. 227 pages. repaired dust wrapper. small loss to front blank. 75

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1889.Translations from Horace, with Notes. Third Edition Enlarged. Sir Stephen E. De Vere, Bart. LONDON, Walter Scott. 1888. 172 pages.contemporary full leather, some rubbing. Book plate of the De Vere family at Curragh Chase, with inscription on book plate, reading 'To my dear old friend, Emily from the author Step E De Vere and illustrator, June 13, 1891'. The reference to 'illustrator ' relates to a series of miniature Greek figures, obviously cut out of a classical study, pasted in at appropiate blanks in certain pages. At the rear of this book there are 46 pages of manuscript poems, one dated May 1891, all otherwise unrecorded, by Stephen De Vere on the theme of Horatius. 750

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1890.Remains of the Venerable Henry Irwin, Archdeaon of Emly, and Chaplain of Sandford, Dublin, with Introductory Notice by the Rev. W. Pakenham Walsh. DUBLIN, William Curry & Co. Ltd. 1858. 251 pages. nice copy in original embossed cloth. Reverend Irwin, who spent many years in Castlecomer, County Kilkenny, was a strong supporter of the Church of Ireand, and engaged actively in many religious controversies. 85

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1891.A Ballad History of Ireland. Rev. John MacHale. CLEVELAND, University Publishing Co. 1906. 194 pages. ' a presentation in poetical form of some main incidents of Irish history'. 40

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1892.The Florentines. Brendan Kennelly. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1967. First edition.superb copy in dust wrapper. 40

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1893.History of the Natural, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical State of the County of Kerry in Baronies accompanied interesting, antiquarian notices on the ancient remains therein, together with an account of the agrarian revolution and other political and religious movements. Corkaguiny. Patrick Foley. DUBLIN, Sealy, Bryers & Walker. 1907. 304 pages. pages 275-286 defective, with loss to certain pages. 90

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1894.Resistance. The Story of the Struggle in British-Occupied Ireland. J. McGarrity. Irish Freedom Press. 1957. 120 pages. wrappers. 25

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1895.Town Planning in Ireland. Irish Association on Irish Affairs. 1944. 37 pages. near fin in wrappers. Among the aims of the Irish Association on Irish Affairs was the development of 'more neighbourly relations between Irishmen who differ from each other in politics and religion.' 15

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1896.Glankeen of Borrisoleigh. Very Rev. Michael Kenny. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. 1944. 114 pages. decorative though torn dust wrapper. 45

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1897.Saint Patrick, His Mission and His Method. Father Hubert Quinn. Assisi Press.. 1957. 32 pages.near fine in wrappers. 10

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1898.Eachtra Ghiolla an Amarain, and Other Poems, by Red Donough MacNamara. edited by Tomas O'Flannghaile, with Life of Donnchadh Ruadh MacConmara by John Fleming. DUBLIN, Sealy, Bryers & Walker. circa 1890. 55

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1899.The Woman at the Window, translated from the Irish of Padraig O'Conaire. Eamonn O'Neill. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1921. superb copy in fragile dust wrapper. 35

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1900.Ballads of a Country Boy. Seumas MacManus. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1905. excellent copy. 30

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1901.An Beal Bocht no an Milleanach. Droch-sgeal ar an Droch-Shaoghal. Myles na gCopaleen. BAILE ATHA CLIATH, An Press Naisiunta. 1941. First edition. internally good, but the original decorative wrappers are worn. 100

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1902.Voices from the Heart. Sacred Poems. Sister Mary Alphonsus Downing, of the third order of Saint Dominic. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill and Son. 1881, new and enlarged edition. 302 pages.lacks front blanks. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 60

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1903.The Legends of Saint Patrick. Oiseen the Bard and Saint Patrick. Legends of Irelands Heroic Age. Early Irish Records. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1895. 419 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. 40

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1904.Dark Days. Lennox Robinson. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1918. 30 pages. wrappers. 25

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1905.The Search after Prosperine, Recollections of Greece and Other Poems. Aubrey De Vere. OXFORD, John Henry Parker. 1843. 308 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. Presentaion copy to All Hallow's College, with author's inscription. embossed stamp on title page. 120

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1906.A Purse of Coppers. Short Stories. Sean O'Faolain. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1937. First edition. 286 pages.nice copy. bookplate, and signature on front blank. 75

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1907.Wild Earth. A Book of Verse. Padraig Colum. DUBLIN, Maunsel. 1907. attractive book. 30

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1908.In Wicklow and West Kerry. John M. Synge. DUBLIN, Maunsel. 1921. excellent copy in quarter vellum. 30

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1909.Poems, comprising New Poems and Poems reprinted from Irish Eclogues. Edward MacLysaght. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1928. near fine copy in embossed cloth. 30

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1910.The Secret Hill. Poems. Ruth and Celia Duffin, cover design by Emma Duffin. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1913. 40

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1911.Legendary Fiction of the Irish Celts. collected and narrated by Patrick Kennedy. LONDON, Macmillan and Co. 1891. 310 pages. very good copy in original cloth, fading to spine. 85

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1912.Ormond a Tale. Maria Edgeworth, illustrated by Carl Schloesser, with an introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie. LONDON, Macmillan. 1995. 344 pages. excellent copy in a superb decorative cloth binding. old society stamps. 50

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1913.The Sisters, Inisfail and Other Poems. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts. 1861. 342 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. Presentation copy to the 'Right Revd The Lord Bishop of Kerry', bookplate of the library of the Poor Clare Convent, Kenmare. 95

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1914.The Waldenses or the Fall of Rora, a Lyrical Sketch, with Other Poems. Aubrey De Vere. OXFORD, John Henry Parker. 1842. 308 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. two gatherings loose. 95

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1915.Poems. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Burns and Lambert. 1855. 319 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. 80

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1916.Legends and Records of the Church and Empire. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Burns and Oates. circa 1895. 319 pages. excellent copy. 40

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1917.Memories. M. G. R . DUBLIN, M. & S. Eaton. 1987. First edition. 376 pages. wear to original embossed cloth, some staining to text. 65

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1918.Modern Irish Poets. W. J. Paul. BELFAST, Belfast Steam Printing Company. 1894. 200 pages. small loss to front blank. staining to outer edges of the cloth binding. binding by R. Carswell & Son, Belfast. The Preface by Paul was addressed from Limerick. This work includes two poems by W. B. Yeats. 110

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1919.Theoria. Digby P. Starkey. DUBLIN, James McGlashan. 1847. 228 pages. repaired dust wrapper. small loss to front blank. The cloth binding by Cavanagh, Dublin, ticketed, affected by staining which also affects upper margins of preliminary pages. 75

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1920.Passing Thoughts. Charlotte Elizabeth. LONDON, James Burns. 1838. 150 pages. excellent copy in embossed cloth. 70

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1921.Dick Massey: a Tale of the Irish Evictions. T. O'Neill Russell. NEW YORK, P. J. Kennedy. 1887. 450 pages, frontispiece. excellent copy in embossed cloth, with gilt illustrations on front cover. 95

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1922.The Legends of Saint Patrick, together with Oiseen the Bard and Saint Patrick, Legends of Ireland's Heroic Age, Early Irish Records. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Burns & Oates. 1895. 420 pages. excellent copy. 40

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1923.Irish Odes and Other Poems. Aubrey de Vere. NEW YORK, The Catholic Publication Society. 1869. 309 pages. very good copy in original cloth, some nicks to spine. 80

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1924.Mary Tudor, an Historical Drama in two parts by the late Sir Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, George Bell & Sons. 1884. 330 pages. spotting to preliminary and final pages in original cloth. 80

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1925.May Carols, or the Month of Mary. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Thomas Richardson. 1881, second edition enlarged. 183 pages. original cloth, spine faded. 85

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1926.May Carols, or Ancilla Domini. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Burns and Oates. 1881, third edition enlarged. 240 pages. original cloth. 40

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1927.Alexander the Great, a Dramatic Poem. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Henry S. King. 1874. 231 pages. original cloth, spine darkened. old college ownership inscription on title page. 65

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1928.Stories of County Wicklow. George Francis Savage-Armstrong. LONDON, Longmans, Green and Co. 1892. 432 pages. superb copy in embossed cloth, depiction of the Sugar Loaf mountain in gilt on front cover. These poems 'abound in the steep hills and green forests of Wicklow'. 125

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1929.A Memoir of AE, George William Russell. John Eglinton. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1937. 292 pages. excellent copy in quarter vellum. 55

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1930.The Tryal and Conviction of Patrick Hurly, Late of Moughna, in the County of Clare, Gent. in his Majesty's Court of King's Bench in Ireland, the 31st of May 1701, upon two Indictments, the one for Perjury, and the other for conspiring with Daniel Hicky, Daniel Carty, Donogh O Bryen, Andrews Junior and other Malefactors, Falsely and Fraudelently to cheat the Popish inhabitiants of Clare of the sum of 1202 l, 9 shill. sterling, to which is added An Appendix, being an Answer to a Libel Intituled Patrick Hurly's Vindication, with some remarkable Passages of His Life and Actions. DUBLIN, J. Whalley. 1701. 56 pages. final leaf ends on 'finis', but this work does not include the appendix as called for on title page. modern cloth. 475

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1931.The Church of St. Patrick or a History of the Origin, Doctrines, Liturgy and Governmental System of the Ancient Church of Ireland. With Supplementary Observations on the Necessity of an Amelioration of the Condition of Irish Catholics. Rev. William Waterworth of the Society of Jesus. LONDON, Burns, Oates & Company. 1869. 127 pages. very good in modern marbled boards. 75

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1932.Five New Poems. James Stephens. LONDON. 1913. 20 pages. excellent copy in original wrappers.illustrations by Lovat Fraser. 75

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1933.An Introduction to the Art of Reading, with suitable Accentuation and Intonation for the use of Teachers. DUBLIN, Alexander Thom. 1875. 248 pages. very good in modern cloth. 75

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1934.Occasional Verses. Newport John Davis White. DUBLIN, The University Press. 1924. 46 pages. very good in modern cloth. 35

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1935.The Catalpa Expedition. Z. W. Pease, with illustrations. NEW BEDFORD, George Anthony. 1897. 215 pages. excellent copy in embossed cloth. The remarkable story of the rescue of 'the Irish political prisoners who were sentenced to a lifetime of servitude in the English penal colony in Australia', by an American whaling ship under captain George S. Anthony. 75

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1936.May Carols, or Ancilla Domini. Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Burns and Oates. 1881, third edition enlarged. 240 pages. superb copy in original embossed cloth. 75

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1937.Marrow Lane, a Play in Three Acts. Robert Collis. DUBLIN, The Runa Press. 1943. 95 pages. This is number 142 of the De Luxe, signed, specially bound edition; with a dedication from the author, 'for Hilton & Michael with admiration for their work for the Irish theatre'. 85

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1938.Sonnets. Sir Aubrey De Vere. LONDON, Basil Montagu Pickering. 1875. 104 pages. internally very good, some wear to original embossed cloth. dedication to 'Mrs Spaight from A de Vere June 8, 1880. 65

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1939.Cahirmoyle or the Old Home. Charlotte Grace O'Brien. LIMERICK, Guy & Co,. Ltd. 32 pages. internally very good, some dust wear to original and decorative vellum wrappers. attractive little book. dedication from the author. 135

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1940.The Martyrs of Castlefidardo. Translated from the French by a member of the Presentation Convent, Lixnaw, Co. Kerry. second edition. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill and Son. 1895. 240 pages. some wear to atractive original embossed cloth. 65

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1941.Prison Papers. David Sheehy, M. P. DUBLIN, Weldrick Brothers. 1888. 78 pages. recased preserving original decoratice covers. dedication from the author. 85

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1942.Phineas Finn. The Irish Member. Anthony Trollope. NEW YORK, Dodd, Mead & Co. three volumes. excellent set in original cloth. 95

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1943.The Arts of Beauty; or Secret of a Lady's Toilet. with hints to Gentlemen on the Art of Fascinating. Madame Lola Montez, countess of Landsfield. NEW YORK, Dick & Fitzgerald. 1858. 132 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. This book contains 'instructions how to make the complexion, skin, mouth, teeth, eyes, hair and voice beautiful.' 145

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1944.Remarks on the Franciscans in Ennis, from the Earliest Period of the Order, to the Present Time, with Sermon by Rev. Sylvester Malone, M. R. I. A and P. P. Sixmilebridge. F. A. [Father Aug. Holohan] ENNIS, Clare Independent Office. 1877. 92 pages. modern cloth. old stamp of the Bibliotheca Fratrum Minorum Conv. de Ennis. 75

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1945.Aphorisms relating to the Kingdom of Ireland, humbly submitted to the Most Noble Assembly of Lords & Commons at the Great Convention at Westminster. LONDON, Joseph Watts. 1689. 8 pages. modern quarter leather with paper labels. 145

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1946.Mick Tracy. The Irish Scripture Reader or the Martyred Convert and the Priest. a Tale of Facts by the author of 'Tim Doolan, the Irish Emigrant'. LONDON, S. W. Partridge. 337 pages. original embossed cloth, some rubbing. 75

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1947.Going Native. Oliver St. John Gogarty. LONDON, Constable & Co. Ltd. 1941. first edition. 294 pages. dust wrapper . 55

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1948.The Foster-Brothers of Doon. A Tale of the Irish Rebellion of 1798 by the author of 'Golden Hills, a Tale of the Irish Famine', 'Cedar Creek' etc. [Miss E. H. Walshe]. LONDON, at the Leisure Hour Office. circa 1880. 394 pages. modern quarter leather reback. 85

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1949.The Infant Bridal and Other Poems. A New and Enlarged Edition. Aubrey de Vere. LONDON, Henry S. King. 1876. 377 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 55

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1950.Antar and Zara an Eastern Romance, Inisfail and Other Poems Meditative and Lyrical. Aubrey de Vere. LONDON, Henry S. King. 1877. 404 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 55

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1951.Mediaeval Records and Sonnets. Aubrey de Vere. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1893. 270 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 55

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1952.St. Peter's Chains or Rome & the Italian Revolution. A Series of Sonnets. Aubrey de Vere. LONDON, Burns & Oates. 1888. 56 pages. excellent copy in original wrappers. presentation copy. 55

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1953.The Life of Arthur Vandeleur, Major Royal Artillery by author of 'Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars'. LONDON, James Nisbet. 1862. 304 pages. frontispiece portrait of Vandeleur. wear to original embossed cloth covers. 45

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1954.The Poets and Poetry of Munster. a Selection of Irish songs by the Poets of the eighteenth century, with Poetical Translation by James Clarence Mangan. Irish text revised by W.M.Hennessy to which are prefixed the fragment of an unfinished autobiography of Mangan, and a Memoir of the Poet's Life by Rev. C. P. Meehan. with a new introduction by John P. Dalton. DUBLIN, James Duffy & Co. Ltd. 1925. 355 pages. small repair to spine of the original embossed cloth covers. 75

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1955.The Prophet of the Ruined Abbey or a Glance of the Future of Ireland: a Narrative founded on the Ancient 'Prophecies of Culmkill' and on other predictions and popular traditions among the Irish by the author of 'The Cross and the Shamrock'. [Hugh Quigley]. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1863. 247 pages. wear to original cloth covers. Hugh Quigley was born in County Clare. 115

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1956.The Irish Scholar; or Popery and Protestant Christianity. A Narrative. Rev T.W. Aveling. LONDON, Sunday School Union. circa 1880. 128 pages. some wear to original cloth covers. 115

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1957.Bodyke. A Chapter in the History of Irish Landlordism. reprinted with several additional chapters from the 'Pall Mall Gazette', and illustrated with sketches from instantaneous photographs by the author. Henry Norman. NEW YORK, G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1887. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 95

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1958.An Inquiry into Certain Vulgar Opinions concerning the Catholic Inhabitants and the Antiquities of Ireland in a Series of Letters from Thence, addressed to a Protestant Gentleman in England. Rev. J. Milner. LONDON, Keating Brown & Co. 1808. 277 pages. contemporary half leather, with marbled boards. splitting to sides. spine well worn. 115

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1959.On Baile's Strand. William Butler Yeats. DUBLIN, Maunsel and Co. 1905. 118 pages. original wrappers as issued. regular foxing. volume vi of the Abbey Theatre Series. 95

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1960.The Building Fund. A Comedy in Three Acts. William Boyle. DUBLIN, Maunsel and Co. 1905. 118 pages. original wrappers as issued. regular foxing. volume vii of the Abbey Theatre Series. 65

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1961.Mixed Marriage. A Play in Four Acts. St. John G. Ervine. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. Ltd. 1911. 55 pages. original decorative wrappers. foxing. volume xv. of the Abbey Theatre Series. 65

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1962.The West of Ireland: Its Existing Condition, and Prospects. Henry Coulter correspondent of Saunder's News-Letter. DUBLIN, Hodges & Smith.1862. 372 pages. map and colour illustrations. some wear to original embossed cloth. 325

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1963.Per Amica Lunae. William Butler Yeats. LONDON, Macmillan and Co. 1918. 96 pages. 55

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1964.The Life of the Most Rev. Doctor Crolly, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland; to which are added Some Letters, in Defence of his Character. Rev. George Crolly, Professor of Theology in St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1851. cx pages, 74 pages. wear to top and bottom of spine. Crolly played a major role in Irish ecclesiastical and political life especially on controversies involvng national education. 85

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1965.Anna Livia Plurabelle Fragment of Work in Progress. James Joyce. LONDON, Faber & Faber. 1930. 32 pages. original wrappers. 35

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1966.Watching the Morning Grow. Pearse Hutchinson. DUBLIN, The Gallery Books. 1972. 47 pages. near fine in wrappers. 45

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1967.Pictures in a Theatre. A Conversation Piece. Lennox Robinson. DUBLIN, The Abbey Theatre.1946. 23 pages. near fine in wrappers. 30

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1968.Sable and Gold. A Play in Three Acts. Maurice Dalton. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Roberts. [1918] 56 pages. excellent copy in decorative wrappers. 35

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1969.Notes on the History of Adare. The Hon Valentine Wyndham-Quin. DUBLIN, Printed at The Dublin University Press Ltd. 28 pages. excellent copy in original wrappers. 15

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1970.Phoenix 3. edited by Harry Chambers. MANCHESTER. 1968. 48 pages. excellent copy in original wrappers. 35

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1971.Phoenix 5. edited by Harry Chambers. MANCHESTER. 1969. 60 pages. excellent copy in original wrappers. This collection includes At Ardboe Point by Seamus Heaney. 35

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1972.Worthies of Thomond; Being a Compendium of Short Lives of the Most Famous Men and Women of Limerick and Clare to the Present Day. First Series. Robert Herbert. LIMERICK. 1944. original wrappers. 56 pages. 35

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1973.Limerick Race Co. Ltd. Summer Meeting ( Over the Greenpark Course) May 20 & 21. Second Day. Official and Correct Card. [LIMERICK] 12 pages. wrappers. 45

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1974.Forty Foot Gentlemen Only. Mervyn Wall with illustrations by Frank Foley. DUBLIN, Allen Figgis. 1962. 30 pages. wrappers. 45

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1975.Lectures on the Early History of Institutions. Sir Henry Sumner Maine. NEW YORK, Henry Holt & Co. 1878. 412 pages. some wear to edges of cover. an important study of the ancient Irish legal system. 145

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1976.Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the Sessions of 1865 and 1866. Eugene O'Curry. DUBLIN, James Duffy.1861. 722 pages. modern cloth with inscription on the title page. A unique copy, which belonged to the eminent historian W. H. Hennessy translator of a number of primary books including the Annals of Loch Ce with a series of annotated comments many highly uncomplimentary to O'Curry's work. 345

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1977.A History of the Irish Poor Law, in connection with the condition of the People. Sir George Nicholls late poor Law Commissioner and Secretary to the Poor law Board. LONDON, John Murray.1856. 424 pp. very good copy in modern cloth. old ownership stamp on ttile page. 95

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1978.Woman and Flying. Lady Heath and Stella Wolfe Murray. LONDON, John Long. 1929. 224 pages. excellent copy. 95

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1979.The Linen Trade of Europe during the Spinning-Wheel Period. John Horner. BELFAST, McCaw, Stevenson & Orr. 1920. 591 pages. superb copy. This is number 33 of a limited edition of 50 copies, bound in linen, made 'from flax yarn spun by wheel in Ireland', 'spun by wheel many years ago, in the neighbourhood of Ballycastle, County Antrim, and is possibly the last flax yarn spun by wheel in Ireland'. 175

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1980.Omniana. The Autobiography of an Irish Octogenarian. J. F. Fuller. LONDON, Jarolds Publishers. 1916. original cloth. James Franklyn Fuller, author and architect was born in Castlecove, County Kerry in 1834. His autobiography is a mine of information on life, in not only in Kerry but also in the entire country, during the period of his long life. 95

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1981.Politics and Irish Life 1913-1921. Provincial Experience of War and Revolution. David Fitzpatrick. DUBLIN, Gill and Macmillan. 1977. 394 pages. near fine in dust wrapper. a superb study based primarily on activities in County Clare during these eventful years. 95

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1982.Contributions towards a Cybele Hibernica, being outlines of the Geographical Distribution of Plants in Ireland. David Moore and Alexander Goodman More. DUBLIN, Hodges Smith & Co. 1866. 399 pages. fading to covers of original embossed cloth. dedication from author. 125

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1983.Revelations of Ireland in the Past Generations. D. Owen-Madden of the Inner Temple. DUBLIN, James McGlashan. 1848. 310 pages. fading to original cloth, occasional foxing. 'The Old Munster Bar, Irish Pulpit Eloquence, Romance in High Life, O'Connelliana, Power of the Priesthood, The Defence of Highfort, The Penal Days and the Terrors of the Law' are among the interesting contents of this book by this eminent barrister. 115

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1984.The Parson's Horn-Book. [Thomas Brown]. LONDON, Printed for the Booksellers. 1831.100 pages. numerous illustrations. original paper boards rebacked. a poetical lampoon on the Protestant church in Ireland and their extensive assets, with detailed and informative notes. 115

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1985.Guests of the Nation. Frank O'Connor. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1931. 278 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 95

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1986.The Saint and Mary Kate. Frank O'Connor. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1932. 301 pages. dust wrapper. very good copy. 85

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1987.Thy Neighbour's Wife. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Jonathan Cape. 1923. 350 pages. dust wrapper. 75

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1988.Insurrection. Liam O'Flaherty. LONDON, Victor Gollancz Ltd. 1950. 254 pages. dust wrapper. 45

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1989.Connemara and the Neighbouring Spots of Beauty and Interest : notes on Achill, Cashel, Cleggan, Clifden, Cong, Corcomroe, Delphi, Galway, Iniscrone, Kilfenora, Killaries, Kylemore, Lenane, Letterfrack, Lisdoonvarna, Maam, Newport, Sligo, Westport etc. With Remarks on Sea and Fresh Water Fishing, Irish Character, Archaeology, Botany, etc. J. Harris Stone. LONDON, Health Resort Publishing Co. Ltd. 1906. 422 pages. some wear to covers and title page dusty but generally a good copy. A detailed and early account of the Connemara district with remarks on sea and water fishing, Irish character, archaeology, botany and topography. Profusely illustrated with photographs and maps. 165

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1990.The Tain. An Irish Epic Told in English Verse. Mary A. Hutton. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1907. 495 pages. embossed cloth. occasional foxing. 125

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1991.Poems. Thomas McGreevy. NEW YORK, The Viking Press. 1934. lovely copy. 65

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1992.Poets and Dreamers: Studies and Translations from the Irish. Lady Gregory. DUBLIN, Hodges, Figgis & Co. 1903. 254 pages. quarter linen. First Edition. 65

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1993.Irish Eclogues. Edward E. Lysaght. DUBLIN, Maunsel & Co. 1915. quarter vellum. 35

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1994.Wild Earth. Poems. Padraic Colum. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1950. dust wrapper. lovely copy. 35

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1995.Fisherman's Wake. Poems. Temple Lane. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 30

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1996.Field and Fare, Travels with a Donkey in Ireland. Translated from the Irish of Padraig O'Conaire. Cormac Breathnach, illustrated by Michael O'Liammoir. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. 1930. excellent copy. 45

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1997.History of the Family of Chichester, from 1086 to 1870, including the Descents of the Various Branches settled at Raleigh, Youlston, Arlington, Widworthy, Calverleigh, Hall and elsewhere in Devonshire; also of the Chichesters, Marquesses of Donegal and Barons Templemore. Sir Alex. Palmer Bruce Chichester Bart. LONDON, Printed for the Author. 1871. 174 pages. some staining to spine, but a superb copy in original cloth with arms of the Chichesters embossed on front cover. 225

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1998.The Life of James Gandon, M. R. I. A. Architect, with Original Notices of Contemporary Artists, and fragments of Essays, from material collected and arranged by his son James Gandon esq. Thomas J. Mulvany. DUBLIN, Hodges and Smith. 1846. 298 pages. original cloth, rebacked. 165

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1999.The New Movement Convention which gave Birth to the Irish National Aliance. The Speeches delivered by Hon. John Finerty, Hon. O'Neill Ryan, Hon. Maurice Wilhere, Hon. M. V. Gannon, John Keating, O'Donovan Rossa, M. J. Langan and others. The Biographical Sketches of over one hundred leading Irish Nationalists from various parts of the country. The Official and Authentic Reports. Introduction by Hon. John F. Finerty. M. F. Fanning compiler and publisher. CHICAGO. 1896. 364 pages. excellent copy. 155

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2000.Protestant Dissent in Ireland 1687-1780. J. Beckett. LONDON, Faber & Faber Ltd. 1948.161 pages. 55

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2001.A Narrative of the Reformation at Birr, in the King's County, Ireland; of which the author was the Honoured Instrument, containing an account of the way in which he was converted from Popery to Protestantism, of his great Persecution and Suffering, of an Unchristian Conspiracy to dissolve the Pastoral Connexion between him and his Flock, and of the reasons why he left his Church and Congregation at Birr, and took a Curacy in the Established Church of this Country. Rev. Michael Crotty late curate of the Diocese of Ripon, Yorkshire. LONDON, Thomas Hatchard. 1850. 461 pages. very good copy in original cloth, rebacked preserving original spine. 445

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2002.Ireland under the Commonwealth, Being a Selection of Documents relating to the Government of Ireland from 1651 to 1659. Edited with Historical Introduction and Notes. Robert Dunlop. MANCHESTER, The University Press. 1913. 2 volumes, 126 pages, 282 pages, 78 pages; with Ireland under the Tudors, With an Account of the Earlier History. Richard Bagwell. LONDON, Longmans, Green and Co. 1885. 3 volumes, 440 pages, 391 pages, 502 pages. 5 volumes, 3 bound in green cloth and 2 in green half leather; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent set. 545

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2003.Modern Ireland: its Vital Questions, Secret Societies, and Government. by an Ulsterman. [George Sigerson] LONDON, Longmans, Green and Dyer. 1868. 434 pages. green half leather; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent condition. 145

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2004.Palette and Plough. A Pen-and-Ink Drawing of Dermod O'Brien, P. R. H. A. Lennox Robinson. DUBLIN, Browne and Nolan. 1948. 193 pages, 12 plates. excellent condition. Dermod O'Brien the grandson of William Smith O'Brien was an accomplished artist. 75

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2005.Ireland in 1872. A Tour of Observation with Remarks on Irish Public Questions. James Macaulay. London. 1873. 419 pages. modern green cloth; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent condition. a perceptive study. 95

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2006.Murroe and Boher. The History of an Irish Country Parish. Mark Tierney. DUBLIN. 1966. 252 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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2007.Disturbed Ireland: Being the Letters written during the Winter of 1880-81. Bernard H. Becker. LONDON, Macmillan & Co. 1881. 338 pages. modern red cloth; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent condition. In late 1881, Becker a correspondent of the Daily News and very sympathetic to the landlord's cause visited some of the most disturbed areas of the country. The result is a detailed account of activities in Counties Clare, Mayo, Kerry and Cork. 125

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2008.The Life's Work in Ireland of a Landlord who tried to do his Duty. W. Bence Jones of Lisselan. LONDON, Macmillan and Co. 1880. 330 pages. original green cloth; withdrawn from a British college library. excellent condition. 155

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2009.Sketches of Some of the Southern Counties of Ireland Collected during a Tour in the Autumn, 1797. In a Series of Letters. G. Holmes. LONDON, Longman and Rees etc. 1801. 210 pages. modern tan cloth; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent condition, with the attractive lithographs. 155

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2010.The Connexion between the Kingdom of Ireland and the Crown of England. With an Appendix of the Privy Council Correspondence during the years 1811, 1812, 1816, 1817. R. R. Madden author of the United Irishmen. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1845. 340 pages. contemporary half leather; withdrawn from a British Public library. excellent condition. 155

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2011.John O'Donovan : A Biography. Patricia Boyne. Boethius Press. 1987. 166 pages. hardback. near fine A biography of one of Ireland's foremost historians and translator of some of our most important historical works including The Annals of Ireland, Hy -Many and Hy - Fiachrach. 45

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2012.John O'Donovan : A Biography. Patricia Boyne. Boethius Press. 1987. 166 pages. paperback. near fine A biography of one of Ireland's foremost historians and translator of some of our most important historical works including The Annals of Ireland, Hy -Many and Hy - Fiachrach. 15

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2013.Authenticated Report of The Discussion which took place between Rev. Richard T.P. Pope and Rev. Thomas Maguire in the Lecture Room of the Dublin Institution. DUBLIN, R. Coyne.1827. 373 pages. original boards. 55

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2014.Rude Stone Monuments in all Countries; Their Age and Uses, with Two Hundred Illustrations. James Fergusson. LONDON, John Murray. 1872. 520 pages. original embossed cloth. some splitting to edges of spine. 115

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2015.Horsemanship. Major J. G. O'Dwyer. LIMERICK. circa 1970. 36 pages. wrappers. 20

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2016.The Irish National Invincibles and their Times. Patrick J. P. Tynan ['Number One']. LONDON, Chatham & Co. 1894. 591 pages. some wear to spine. important source on these turbulent times. 125

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2017.Recollections of an Irish Rebel. The Fenian Movement, its Origin and Progress, Methods of Work in Ireland and in the British Army. Why it failed to achieve its main object, but exercised great influence on Ireland's future. Personalities of the Organisation. The Clan na Gael and the Rising of Easter Week, 1916. A Personal Narrative. John Devoy. Shannon, Irish University Press. 1969 reprint of 1929. 491 pp. Presentation copy to a Franciscan Library. One of the major printed sources for any study of the Fenian Movement. 155

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2018.The Letters [1820-34] of the Most Rev. John MacHale under their respective signatures of Hierophilos, Bishop of Killala, Maronian and Tuam. Historical and Biographical Sketches of the Principal Events and Characters in the Ecclesiatical History of the First Four Centuries. Thomas MacHale editor. DUBLIN, M.H. Gill & Son. 1893. 523 pages. later reback. 85

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2019.Triumphalia Chronologica Monasterii Sanctae Crucis in Hibernia. De Cisterciensium Hibernorum Viris Illustribus. Reverend Denis Murphy editor and translator. DUBLIN, Sealy Bryers & Walker. 1891. 315 pages. excellent copy in original cloth. 155

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2020.Personal Sketches and Recollections of His Own Times by Sir Jonah Barrington, with a Memoir of the Author; an Essay on Irish Wit and Humour and Notes and Corrections. Townsend Young. LONDON, George Routledge. 1869. 2 volumes. 376 pages, 462 pages. original cloth, with new end papers, occasional foxing. 85

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2021.A Fortnight in Ireland. Sir Francis B. Head. LONDON, John Murray. 1852. 400 pages. large folding map. superb copy in original cloth. 165

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2022.The Irish Chieftains or a Struggle for the Crown: With Numerous Notes and a Copious Appendix. Charles French Blake-Forster. DUBLIN, McGlashan and Gill. 1872. 728 pages. original attractive embossed cloth covers. dust stains at edges. old college library stamps. 225

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2023.Irish Minstrels and Musicians with Numerous Dissertations on Related Subjects. Profusely Illustrated. Captain Francis O'Neill. CHICAGO, The Regan Printing House. 1913. 496 pages. superb copy in original embossed cloth, with a depiction of a piper on the front cover. 135

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2024.Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down, Connor and Dromore, consisting of a Taxation of those Dioceses, compiled in the Year MCCCVI, with Notes and Illustrations. Rev. William Reeves. 1847. 436 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth, apart from one split extending the length of one side of spine. 155

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2025.The Lives and Trials of Archibald Hamilton Rowan, The Rev. William Jackson, The Defenders William Orr, Peter Finnerty and Other Eminent Irishmen, with Introduction, Notes etc. Thomas MacNevin, Barrister at Law. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1846. xxxix pages, 596 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 165

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2026.A Manual of the British Algae, containing Generic and Specific Descriptions of all the known British Species of Sea-Weeds and of Confervae, both Marine and Fresh Water. William Henry Harvey. LONDON, John Van Voorst. 1841. 230 pages. original cloth. 95

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2027.Proceeedings of the Second International Congress of Celtic Studies, Held in Cardiff in July, 1963. CARDIFF, University of Wales Press. xix pages, 136 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 35

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2028.Agricultural Co-operation in Ireland. A Survey by the Horace Plunkett Foundation. LONDON, George Routledge. 1931. 424 pages. dust wrapper. 424 pages. ownership stamp erased from title page. 55

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2029.The Life of Count Moore, compiled from Materials Supplied by his Family. Albert Barry. DUBLIN, M. H. Gill & Son. 1905. 301 pages. old college library stamps, some dust stains. 45

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2030.The Story of an Irish Sept, Their Character & Struggle to Maintain their lands in Clare, by a Member of the Sept. [Nottige MacNamara]. LONDON, J. M. Dent. 1896. 339 pages, illustrations and folding pedigrees. original cloth with the arms of the Macnamara clan embossed on front cover. old college stamps. 225

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2031.The College Irish Grammar, containing besides the usual subject of Grammar, some remarks in the form of Dissertation on the Orthography of the Language; how it can become fixed, on the number of Declensions, and number of Conjugations. Compiled chiefly with a view to aid the students of St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, and of the the Catholic University of Ireland, in the study of the National Language. Rev. Ulick J. Bourke. DUBLIN, John Mullany. 1856. xxviii pages, 204 pages. frontispiece plate showing Irish script. original embossed cloth. some splitting to top edges of spine. name on title page. 85

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2032.The Debates in both Houses of Parliament in 1810 on the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland. LONDON, Keating, Brown & Keating.1811. 292 pages, 115 pages. original paper covers with modern cloth reback. 75

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2033.Triumphalia Chronologica Monasterii Sanctae Crucis in Hibernia. De Cisterciensium Hibernorum Viris Illustribus. Rev Denis Murphy editor and translator. DUBLIN, Sealy Bryers & Walker. 1891. 315 pages. original cloth. 145

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2034.Report of the Housing Committee, Being a Survey of the North Side of the City of Dublin, containing historical notes on the City's expansion North of the Liffey, illustrated by maps and other particulars, together with statistical information on the evolution of the tenement system and outline of the housing requirements. Alderman Thomas Kelly Chairman. DUBLIN, Dollard Printinghouse.1918. 64 pages, with 4 folding maps. with 4 folding ephemeral enclosures relating to this matter loosely inserted. original wrappers. 75

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2035.Irish Art Heritage from 2000 BC. Design Legacy from the Mid-West. A Source Book for Craft Workers. Hilary Gilmore. DUBLIN, The O'Brien Press.1983. 96 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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2036.Irish Art Heritage from 2000 BC. Design Legacy from the Mid-West. A Source Book for Craft Workers. Hilary Gilmore. DUBLIN, The O'Brien Press.1983. 96 pages. wrappers. near fine. 10

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2037.Ireland. Its Scenery, Character and History. In Six Volumes. Illustrated from Paintings by F. S. Walker and Photographs. Mr & Mrs S. C. Hall. BOSTON, Francis A. Nicholls. 1911. original cloth, with paper labels. a most attractive set. 225

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2038.The Studdert Family. Notes and Records. Robert Hallam Studdert. DUBLIN, The Sign of the Three Candles, for Private circulation.1960.190 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 325

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2039.The Irish Abroad and at Home; At the Court and in the Camp with souvenirs of 'The Brigade'. Reminiscences of an Emigrant Milesian. NEW YORK, D Appleton & Co. 1856. 358 pages. some splitting to cloth binding and piece cut from title page, not affecting text. regular foxing. 115

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2040.The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland, to the Close of the Twelfth Century, accompanied by Interesting Historical and Antiquarian Notices of Numerous Ancient Remains of that Period. With Fifty-Four plates. Richard Rolt Brash. DUBLIN, W. B. Kelly. 1875. 174 pages. original embossed cloth. edges somewhat dust stained, old college library stamps. 175

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2041.A Special report of the Proceedings in the Case of the Queen against Daniel O'Connell, M. P., John O'Connell, Thomas Steele, Thomas Matthew Ray, George Gavan Duffy, Rev. Thomas Tierney, Rev. Peter James Tyrrell, John Gray and Richard Barrett, in the Court of the Queen's Bench, Ireland, on an Indictment for Conspiracy and Misdemeanour. edited by John Flanedy. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1844. 484 pages. 125

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2042.The Black Book of Limerick: Studies on the Diocese of Limerick, Based Principally upon the Manuscript known as 'The Black of Limerick'. Inaugral-Dissertation zur erlangung der Philophischen Doktorwurde Vorgelegt der hohen Philosophischen Fakultat der Albert-Ludwigs Universitat zu Freiburg. Jacob MacCaffrey aus Fivemiletown [Tyrone] Irland. 1906. cxx pages. original wrappers. near fine. 145

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2043.From the Republic of Conscience. Seamas Heaney. illustrated by John Behan. DUBLIN, Amnesty International. 1985. 8 apeges. near fine in original wrappers. 35

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2044.The Sunny Side of Ireland. How to See It by the Great Southern and Western railway. With Seven Maps and over 130 illustrations from Photographs, amny of which were especially taken for this work. John O'Mahony. DUBLIN, Alex. Thom & Co. Limited. circa 1910. folding maps, plates, advertisements. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. 65

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2045.Arena. editors James Liddy and Liam O'Connor. WEXFORD. 1963. Numbers one and two. large format wrappers, folded, somewhat dusty. 165

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2046.One and Other Poems. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1979. original wrappers. near fine. 35

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2047.The Little Book of Christmas. Brian O'Higgins. DUBLIN, The Hearthstone. circa 1930. original decorative wrappers. attractive piece of printing, illustrated. 25

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2048.Versesheet. Brian Coffey. series edited by Trevor Joyce. DUBLIN, New Writrs' Press. 1971. 8 pages, folded. near fine in wrappers. limited edition of 500 copies. 35

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2049.A Report of Trials under a Special Commission for County Clare held at Ennis in 1848. John Simpson Armstrong. DUBLIN, Hodges & Smith. 198 pages. piece cut from top of title page. good copy. 365

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2050.Richard Griffith 1784 - 1878. Gordon Herries Davies and Charles Mollan. DUBLIN, Royal Dublin Society. 1980. 220 pages. illustrated. large format. dust wrapper. An important collection of essays on one of the most influential men in the history of nineteenth century Ireland, surveyor of the Irish coalfields, geologist, road and bridge builder, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Works, and Commisioner of 'Griffith's Valuation'. 50

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2051.Apologia Pro Hibernia adversus Cambri Calumnias sive Fabularum et Famosorum Liellorum Silvestri Giraldi Cambrensis , sub Vocabulis Topographiae, Sive De Mirabilus Hiberniae et Historiae Vaticinalis , Sive Expugnationis Ejusdem Insulae. Refutatio Auctore Stephano Vito, nunc Primum Edita Matthaei Kelly. DUBLINII, Apud Johannem O'Daly.1849. 260 pages. modern cloth. withdrawn from college library. 125

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2052.Triumphalia Chronologica Monasterii Sanctae Crucis in Hibernia. De Cisterciensium Hibernorum Viris Illustribus. Rev Denis Murphy editor and translator. DUBLIN, Sealy Bryers & Walker. 1891. 315 pages. some fading and splitting to edges. 145

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2053.The Banquet of Dun na nGedh and the Battle of Magh Rath. An Ancient Historical Tale now first published with a translation and notes by John O'Donovan. DUBLIN, The Irish Archaeological Society.1862. 360 pages. excellent copy. 135

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2054.Laoithe Fiannuigheachta or Fenian Poems, second series. John O'Daly editor. DUBLIN, John O'Daly, for the Society. 1861. 224 pages. original cloth with some wear. volume six of the transactions of the Oceanic Society. 125

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2055.Statistical Survey of the County of Clare with Observations on the Means of Improvement; Drawn Up for the Consideration and By Directors of the Dublin Society. Hely Dutton. DUBLIN, Graisberry & Campbell, Printers. 1808. 369 pages. original boards. excellent copy. 365

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2056.Tracts Relating to Ireland, printed for the Irish Archaeological Society. DUBLIN, Irish Archaelogical Society at the University Press, Dublin. 2 volumes.1841-1843 original cloth; volume II excellent with some wear to spine and old stamps on volume I. 175

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2057.Jacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis, Annales Hiberniae. edited with a translation and notes by the Rev. Richard Butler. DUBLIN, Irish Archaelogical Society at the University Press.1843. excellent condition in original cloth. 155

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2058.The Annals of Ireland by Friar John Clyn, of the Convent of Friars Minors, Kilkenny and Thady Dowling, Chancellor of Leighlin, together with the Annals of Ross. edited from mss. in the library of Trinity College, Dublin with introductory remarkss by the Rev. Richard Butler. DUBLIN, Irish Archaelogical Society at the University Press. 1849. excellent condition in original cloth. 165

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2059.Cashel of the Kings. A History of the Ancient Capital of Munster from the date of its foundation until the present day, including Historical Notices of the Kings of Cashel, the succession of bishops, notices of the principal abbeys, together with items of local history. Rev. John Gleeson. DUBLIN, James Duffy. 1927. 312 pages. excellent copy. 145

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2060.Souvenir of the Centenary of the Convent of Mercy. St. Xavier's Ennis, County Clare. 1854-1954. 94 pages, illustrated. large format wrappers. 35

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2061.Irish Men of Learning. Father Paul Walsh. DUBLIN, Sign of the Three Candles Press. 1947. 311 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. An important study of Ireland's historians, poets and genealogists. 95

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2062.The Irish Liber Hymnorum, edited from the Mss. with Translations, Notes and Glossary. J. H. Bernard and R. Atkinson. LONDON, The Henry Bradshaw Society, 1898. 2 volumes, 300 pages, 262 pages. excellent set in original embossed cloth, old college stamps. 180

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2063.The Parnell Movement with a Sketch of Irish Parties from 1843. T.P. O'Connor. NEW YORK, Benziger Bros. 1886, authorized edition. 574 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth, with depiction of Parnell and other illustrations on the front cover. 155

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2064.Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Ui Domhnaill. The Life of Hugh Roe O'Donnell, Prince of Tirconnell [1586-1602] by Lughaidh O'Clery. Now first published from Cucogry O'Clery's Irish Manuscript in the Royal Irish Academy with Historical Introduction, Translation, Notes, and Illustrations. Rev. Denis Murphy. DUBLIN, Printed for the Editor. 1893. excellent copy in original cloth. 155

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2065.Playground & Indoor Games for Boys and Girls. edited by Winifred Wilson. LONDON, A. Brown & Sons. circa 1900. 142 pages. excellent copy in original embossed cloth. illustration on title page of a group of children playing, which is also on hte front cover, is signed by S. R. Praeger. 85

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2066.A Third Letter to Ambrose Lisle Phillipps, chiefly in reference to his Former Letter "On The Present Posture of Affairs." John Earl of Shrewsbury. LONDON, Charles Dolman.1842. 207 pages. excellent copy in original boards, with paper label, minimal wear. a comprehensive and hostile examination of O'Connell and the Repeal campaign 85

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2067.One Tailteann Week. A Chronicle of The Games in Ancient Days. Maura Molloy, illustrated by A. O'Maolaoidh. DUNDALK, Dundalgan Press. decorative wrappers. a most attractive piece of printing with drawings using Celtic themes and motiffs. 45

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2068.Beautiful Ireland. Leinster, Ulster, Munster & Connaught. described by Stephen Gwynn, and pictures by Alexander Williams.LONDON, The Gresham Publishing Co. Ltd. 264 pages, colour plates. fading to covers. 55

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2069.The Annals of Clonmacnoise being Annals of Ireland from the earliest period to A.D. 1408, translated into English A. D. 1627, by Connell Mageoghan and now for the first time printed. edited by Rev. Denis Murphy. DUBLIN, at the University Press. 1896. 393 pages. original cloth. slight wear, old college stamps. 125

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2070.Controversial letters in Reply to Rev. Mr. Pope, Rev. Mr. Daly, Rev. Dr. Singer and Others. Also Remarks on the Canon of the Holy Scriptures. Reverend William Kinsella, Professor of Theology in Carlow College. DUBLIN, J. C. Scully. 1826. 210 pages. excellent copy in original paper boards as issued. 75

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2071.Irish Ecclesiastical Architecture with some notice of Similar or Related Work in England, Scotland or Elsewhere. With Numerous Illustrations chiefly from Photographs by the Author. Arthur Champneys. DUBLIN, G. Bell and Sons. 1910 edition. large format. 258 pages. very good copy in original cloth, top of spine nicked. 185

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2072.Britain and Ireland. Nicholas Manseregh. LONDON, Longmans. 1942. 96 pages. 25

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2073.Clare. County of Contrast. Sean Spellissy, photographs by John O'Brien. CLARE. 1987. 200 pages. large format wrappers. 35

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2074.The Emerald Isle Album. Limerick and Clare. 54 Platinatone Views from Photographs by William Lawrence. DUBLIN, The Emerald Isle Album Co. circa 1900. large format in decorative soft covers. 45

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2075.Cupla Laoi as Edda. Padraig de Brun. BAI:LE ATHA CLIATH, Comhartha na dTri gCoinneal. 1940. 14 pages. large format wrappers. 35

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2076.The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Tain Bo Cualnge 'The Cualnge Cattle-Raid'. Now for the first time done entire into English out of the Irish of the Book of Leinster and allied Manuscripts. With two pages in Facsimile of the Manuscript. Joseph Dunn, Catholic University, Washington. LONDON, David Nutt. 1914. 382 pages. original embossed cloth. old college stamps. 145

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2077.The Little Monasteries. Translations from Irish Poetry mainly of the 7th to 12th Centuries. Frank O'Connor. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1963. 43 pages. dust wrapper. Number 101 of a limited edition printing. near fine in glassine wrapping and slip case. 45

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2078.Nightwalker and Other Poems. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1967. 86 pages. near fine in wrappers. 45

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2079.The Boyne Valley Vision; illustations by the Author. Martin Brennan. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1980. 120 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 85

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2080.The Yeats Country, a Guide to Places in the West of Ireland associated with the Life and Writings of William Butler Yeats, the Sligo District. Sheelah Kirby with drawings by Ruth Brandt. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1962. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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2081.A Heart Full of Thought, Translations from the Irish. Maire MacEntee. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1959. dust wrapper. near fine. 25

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2082.In a Blue Smoke. Poems. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1967. 40 pages. name on front free blank,excellent in wrappers. 75

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2083.William Morris and W. B. Yeats. Peter Faulkner. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1962. 40 pages. limited edition, near fine. 65

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2084.Downstream. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1962. 64 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 75

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2085.A Festschrift for Francis Stuart on his Seventieth Birthday. compiled and edited by W. J. M. C. Cormack. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1972. 62 pages. large format wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2086.A Festschrift for Francis Stuart on his Seventieth Birthday. compiled and edited by W. J. M C Cormack. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1972. 62 pages. large format wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2087.The Abbey Theatre Series of Plays. A Bibliography. Frances-Jane French. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1969. 53 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy of an attractive book. 45

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2088.The Brazen Horn. Denis Johnston. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions.1976. 254 pages. large format. repairs to dust wrapper. 75

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2089.Yeats at his Last. Stanley Sultan. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1975. 48 pages. large format wrappers. near fine. 25

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2090.Recital. Poems 1975-1980. James J. McAuley. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1982. 82 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2091.The Dolmen. Miscellany of Irish Writing. John Montague editor, Thomas Kinsella poetry editor. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1962. 182 pages. wrappers. some wear. 25

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2092.Corca Bascinn. James Liddy. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1977. 64 pages. wrappers. near fine. 45

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2093.Off Licence. Translations from Irish, Italian & Armenian Poetry. Desmond O'Grady. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1968. 46 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 85

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2094.Images of Departure. Padraic Colum. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. 1969. 36 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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2095.The Lost Country. Kathleen Raine. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1971. 54 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 45

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2096.A Heart Full of Thought, Translations from the Irish. Maire MacEntee. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1959. wrappers. near fine. 25

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2097.Poems. Michael Harris, with an introduction by Sir Compton Mackenzie. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1965. 28 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2098.A Heart Full of Thought, Translations from the Irish. Maire MacEntee. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press. 1959. wrappers. near fine. 25

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2099.Times & Locations. Michael Smith. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1972. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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2100.Clashenure Skyline. Alfred Allen. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press, Poetry Ireland Edition 13. 1959. 45 pages. wrappers. near fine. 25

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2101.Yeats and Patrick McCartan, A Fenian Friendship. Letters with a commentary by John Unterdecker and Patrick MacCartan. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press, No. X of the Dolmen Press Yeats Centenary Papers.1967. wrappers. near fine copy. 35

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2102.An Illustrated Bibliography of the Dolmen Press 1951-1976. Compiled by Liam Miller. DUBLIN, Dolmen Press.1976. 96 pages. a proof copy in fragile paper covers. 75

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2103.A Tower of Polished Black Stones, Early Versions of the Shadowy Waters by William Butler Yeats, with illustrations by Leonard Baskin and Drawings by the Poet. arranged and edited by David Ridgley Clark and George Mayhew. Dolmen Press. 1971. large format. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 75

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2104.Stella's Birthday by Jonathan Swift. edited with commentary by Sybil Le Brocquy. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions.1967. 39 pages. dust wrapper. 65

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2105.Translations. J.M. Synge, edited from the Original Manuscripts by Robin Skelton. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1961. 24 pages. attractive limited edition copy in slip case. 85

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2106.Retrospect. The Work of Seumas O'Sullivan 1879-1958 & Estella F. Solomons 1882-1968. edited by Liam Miller. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions.1973.103 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 65

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2107.Tongue Without Hands. Pearse Hutchinson. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions.1963. 35 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 45

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2108.Riders to the Sea by J. M. Synge. edited by Robin Skelton with linocuts by Tate Adams. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions Vlll. 1969. 58 pages. near fine copy of a most attractive book. 75

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2109.Coole. Lady Gregory. DUBLIN, Dolmen Editions.1963. 108 pages. dust wrapper. near fine copy. 125

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2110.Selected Poems 1956-1968. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1973. 110 pages. near fine apart from signature on front blank. 30

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2111.New Poems 1973. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press.1973. 79 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. 45

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2112.Pentahedron. Trevor Joyce. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1972. 53 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. limited edition. 40

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2113.Selected Poems. Brian Coffey. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1971. 68 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. limited edition. 45

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2114.On Loaning Hill. Augustus Young. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1972. 80 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. limited edition. 45

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2115.Blood Relations. Versions of Gaelic poems of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Tom MacIntyre. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1972. 35 pages. dust wrapper. excellent copy. limited edition. 55

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2116.Patrician Stations. John Jordan. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1971. 53 pages. wrappers. excellent copy. limited edition. 35

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2117.The Poems of Sweeney Peregrine. Trevor Joyce. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1976. 53 pages. wrappers. 35

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2118.Versesheet 2. Robert Pawlowski. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1971. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2119.Versesheet 3. Homage to Patrick Kavanagh. James Liddy. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1971. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2120.Versesheet 4. Such a Heart Dances Out. Thomas Dillon Redshaw. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1971. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2121.World Without End. Gerard Smith. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1977. 46 pages. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 30

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2122.Decimal D. Sec. Drinks in a Bar in Marrakesch. A Poem. Macdara Woods. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1970. wrappers. near fine copy of the limited edition. 30

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2123.Watches. Trevor Joyce. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press.1969. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 35

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2124.How We Died. Thomas Tessier. DUBLIN, New Writer's Press, printed by hand.1970. wrappers. near fine. limited edition. 30

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2125.Body Home. Robert Flanagan. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication. 1971. 12 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2126.So Far, No Surprises. Tom McLaughlin. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication.1971. 16 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2127.Twelve Apostles. Gavin Ewart. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication. 1970.16 pages. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2128.Comyn's Lay. James Liddy. West Coast Print Center.1970. wrappers. near fine. 45

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2129.A Munster Song of Love and War. James Liddy. SAN FRANCISCO, White Rabbit Press.1971. wrappers. near fine. 45

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2130.Blue House. Poems in the Chinese Manner. Jim Chapson, James Liddy, Thomas Hill. HONOLULU, The Nine Beasts Press.1968. 52 pages. wrappers. near fine. 45

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2131.Baudelaire's Bar Flowers. James Liddy. CALIFORNIA, Capra Press.1975. 54 pages. wrappers. near fine. 45

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2132.The Harper's Turn. Tom MacIntyre, with an introduction by Seamus Heaney. DUBLIN, Gallery Books.1982. 66 pages. dust wrapper. near fine. 35

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2133.The News and Weather. Peter Fallon. DUBLIN, Gallery Books.1987. 48 pages. wrappers. near fine. 20

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2134.Sixteen Poems. Geoffrey Squire. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication.1969. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2135.More Fables from Life. W. Price Turner. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication.1969. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2136.Interior Din. Tom Matthews. BELFAST, An Ulsterman Publication. 1969. wrappers. near fine. 35

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2137.To Victory. Maire Cotter. DUBLIN, The Talbot Press. circa 1936. 64 pages. original wrappers. foxing. dedication from the author. 25

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2138.Ireland Unfreed. Poems and Verses Written in the early months of 1921. Sir William Watson.LONDON, The Bodley Head. 1921. 46 pages. original wrappers. 45

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2139.The Voice of Ireland. New Edition. Peter Golden. NEW YORK. 66 pages. original wrappers. covers detached. 35

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2140.Hello Eternity. Blanaid Salkeld. LONDON, Elkin Mathews & Marrot. 1933. 60 pages. excellent copy. 75

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2141.Thalassa. A Story of Choldhood by the Western Wave. Mary Frances McHugh. DUBLIN, The Parkside Press. circa 1945. 96 pages. original decorative wrappers. 30

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2142.The Voice of Sarah Curran. Unpublished Letters together with the Full Story of her life, told for the first time. Major-General H. T. MacMullan. DUBLIN, Privately Printed. 1955. 76 pages. near fine. 65

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2143.Athens Aflame. An Philibin. DUBLIN, Martin Lester. circa 1926. 24 pages. original wrappers. limited edition. 30

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2144.The Good Fight, a Poem for the Tenth Anniversary of the Death of John F. Kennedy. Thomas Kinsella. DUBLIN, The Dolmen Press. Peppercannister 4. 1973. a limited edition of one hundred and twenty-five copies, quarter bound in calf and signed by the author. 175

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2145.Early Morning Matins. Macdara Woods. DUBLIN, Gallery Books. 1972. 38 pages. original wrappers. limited edition. near fine. 25

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