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On the manners and customs of the ancient Irish... edited with an introduction...by W. K. Sullivan. London, 1873. 3 v. 8°.
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Petty (Sir William). The history of the survey of Ireland, commonly called The Down survey, by doctor Willam Petty, A. D. 1655–6. Edited . . . by Thomas Aiskew Larcom. Dublin: The Irish Archaeological Society, 1851. 2 p.l., xxiii, 426 pp. 4°. (The Irish Archaelogical Society.) — Tracts chiefly relating to Ireland. Containing: a treatise of taxes and contributions. Essays in political arithmetic. The political anatomy of Ireland. To which is prefixed his [the author's] last will. xxxiv, 488 pp. Dublin: B. Grierson, 1769. 8°. Pusey (S. E. B. B.) The past history of Ireland . . . London, 1894. 16°. Regan (Maurice). A fragment of the history of Ireland by M. Regan [servant and interpreter to Dermod Mac-Murrogh, King of Leinster, translated . . . by Sir G. Carew, [I. earl of Totnes] . . . (In Hibernica. . . [edited by) W. Harris. Dublin, 1747. f". pp. 1-22.) Respublica, sive status regni Scotiae and Hiberniae diversorum autorum [G. Buchanan, H. Boethius, W. Camden, J. Speed]. Lugd. Bat..: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1627. 282 pp., 1 1. 8° Robinson (William Erigena). St. Patrick and the Irish. An oration, pronounced before the Hibernian Provident Society, of New Haven, March 17, 1842. Mew Haven: Hitchcock &" Stafford, 1842. 64 pp. 8°. Rock, Captain, pseud. of MoRTIMER O'SulliVAN. Memoirs of Captain Rock, the celebrated Irish chieftain, with some account of his ancestors. Written by himself. London: Longmans, 1824. xiv, 376 pp. 2. ed. nar. 12°. Also attributed to Thomas Moore. Rosse (L. P.) Observations on the bequest of Henry Flood, Esq., to Trinity College, Dublin; with a defence of the ancient history of Ireland... Dublin, 1795. 12°. Seaver (E. R.) Historical sketches of Ireland, ancient and modern... Portland. B. Thurston & Co., printers, 1867. vi., 5–200 pp. 8°. Senchus Mor. See Ireland.—Ancient Laws and Institutes, etc.
[Sheridan (Charles).] Observations on the doctrine laid down by Sir William Blackstone, respecting the extent of the power of the British Parliament, particularly with relation to Ireland. In a letter to Sir William Blackstone, with a postscript addressed to Lord North, upon the affairs of that country. [By Charles Sheridan?] London: J. Almon, 1779. 2 p.l., 85 pp. 2. ed. 8°.
Sheridan (T.) Some revelations in Irish history; or, Old elements of creed and class conciliation in Ireland. [Being “A discourse of rise and power of parliaments,” by T. Sheridan.] Edited by S. Bannister [from the ed. of 1677]. London: Longmans... 1870. lxxi, 255 pp. 8°.
Smith (Goldwin). Irish history and Irish character. Oxford and London, 1861. 12°.
— The unhappy history of Ireland . . . [Clippings from the Evening Post, New York, July, Aug., 1903, mounted in scrapbook.] n.f.p.. [Mew York, 1903.] 8°.
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Usher (James), archbishop of Armagh. Of the original and first institution of Corbes, Erenachs and Termon Lands. Written... anno 1609. (In: Vallancey (C.) Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 1, no. 2, pp. 175–203.)
Vallancey (Charles). Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis, published from Original Manuscripts, and illustrated by Notes and Remarks. Dublin, 1770–1786. 4 v. 8°. nos. 1-14 of the tracts. Of Allhallow eve, named by the Irish, Oidhche Shamhna... (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. 12, pp. 443-467.) — A continuation of the Brehon laws, in the original Irish...(In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. 19tublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. Io, pp. 71-126.) Description of the banqueting-hall of Tamar or Tara... (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. 12, pp. 512-541, I pl.) — Of the gule of August, or Lamma's day... (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. 12, pp. 468–511.) — Of the kiss of salutation; of curses, &c. (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. 12, pp. 543–552.) — Some remarks on the round towers of Ireland. (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8°. v. 3, no. Io, pp. 191– 196.) — A vindication of the ancient history of Ireland...illustrated by notes and remarks... Dublin, 1786. (In his: Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770–1787. 8”. v. 4, no. 14, 4 p.l., pp. i-xlviii, 49–62, I-551, 8 l., I map, Io pl.) Villanueva (Joaquin Lorenzo). Ibernia Phoenicea; seu, Phoenicum in Ibernia incolatus, ex ejus priscarum coloniarum nominibus et earum idololatrico cultu demonstratio... vii, 205 pp. Dublini: R. Graisberry, printer, 1831. 8°.
History—Essays, cont'd. Phoenician Ireland... Translated, and illustrated with notes...by H. O'Brien... With a biographical introduction by his brother [J. O'Brien]. London: J. Robins, 1837. 1 p.l., v-xi, xii, xvi, xxxii, 11., 35–361 pp., 11., I pl., 1 map. 2. ed. 8°. Vindiciae Hibernicae: an historical argument to prove Ireland not a conquered country; by a clergyman of the Church of England. London, 1838. 8°. Wakeman (William F.) Archaeologia Hibernica: a handbook of Irish antiquities, pagan and christian; especially of such as are easy of access from the Irish metropolis. Dublin, 1848. il. 12°.
— Irish antiquities of the Saxon period. m. p., n.d. 37–44 pp., 3 pl. 8°. Walsh (T.) History of the Irish church, with the monasteries of each county, biographical notices of the Irish saints, prelates, and religious. Compiled from the most authentic records, foreign and domestic. New York: D. & J. Sadlier & Co., 1869. xii, 11., 873 pp., 12 pl., 2 port. 4°. Ware (Sir James), Kt. History and Antiquities of Ireland, illustrated with Cuts of Ancient Medals, Urns, etc., also, the Canons, Nuns, Templars, Monks, Friars, and Hermits in their proper Dresses. Engraven on twenty-one copper plates. With the History of the writers of Ireland . . . translated and continued . . . by Walter HARRIs. Dublin. Robert Bell, and John Fleming, 1764. White (Stephen), Jesuit, of Clonmel. Apologia pro Hibernia adversus Cambri calumnias: sive, Fabularum et famosorum libellorum Silvestri Giraldi Cambrensis. ... refutatio . . . nunc primum edita M. Kelly. Dublini: J. O'Daly, 1849. xv, v. 260 pp. 4°. Wilde (Sir William Robert Wills). A descriptive catalogue of the antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy House, 1857–1861. 2 v. illus. 8°. Dublin, 1863. 2 v. in I. illus. 8°. — A descriptive catalogue of the antiquities of gold in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy. 19tablin: Hodges, Smith, & Co., 1862. 2 p. 1., 1oo pp. 8°. Wilkinson (George). Practical geology and ancient architecture of Ireland. London: J. Murray, 1845. viii, 348 pp., 22 l., 17 pl. 8°. Wilson (C. H.) A complete collection of the resolutions of the Volunteers, Grand Juries, &c., of Ireland, which followed the celebrated resolves of the first Dungannon Diet. To which is prefixed a train of historical facts relative to the kingdom, from the invasion of Henry II. down, with the history of volunteering, &c. Dublin: J. Hill, 1782. port. 12°. Wood-Martin (William Gregory). Pagan Ireland; an archaeological sketch: a handbook of Irish pre-Christian antiquities. London: Longmans,
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Bradshaw's shilling handbook of Great Britain and Ireland...section 3... London: W.J. Adams, 1860. 4 p.l., xii, Iof, 6 l., 109-111 pp., 9 maps, 3 pl. 16°.
Brewer (James Norris). The beauties of Ireland; being original delineations, topographical, historical and biographical of each county. London, 1825–26. 2 v. 8°.
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Hansbrow (G.) An improved topographical and historical Hibernian gazetteer; describing the various boroughs, baronies, buildings, cities, counties...scientifically arranged, with an appendix of ancient names, to which is added an introduction to the ancient and modern history of Ireland... Dublin: R. M. Tims, 1835. 2 p. 1.., xi-xiv, 15– 432 pp. 8°.
Hull (Edward). The physical geology and geography of Ireland. London, 1878. illus. maps. 12°.
Irish (The) Coast Pilot, containing both parts of sailing directions for the coast of Ireland, formerly published in two volumes, originally compiled by Richard Hoskyn. London: /. D. Potter, 1893. 4. ed. [compiled by W. H. Petley] xvii, 520 pp., 1 chart. 8°. (Great Britain. Hydrographic Office.)
Joyce (P.W.), and Bartholomew (J.) Atlas and geography of Ireland, ... London [189-?] 4°.
Leigh's new pocket road-book of Ireland, containing an account of all the direct and cross roads; together with a description of every remarkable place...[Edited by C. C. Hamilton.] London: Zeigh & Son . x, I l., 528 pp., 4 maps, 1 table. 3. ed. 24°.
Memorial atlas of Ireland, in 33 maps. Philadelphia: L. J. Richards & Co., 1901. f*. Murray (John). See Handbooks, etc. O'Dubhagain (John). The topographical poems of John O'Dubhagain and Giolla na Naomh O'Huidhrin. Edited in the original Irish... with translation, notes and introductory dissertations, by John O'Donovan. Dublin : Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, 1862. 4 p.l.,  135, coxxvii pp. 4°. Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland, adapted to the new poor law franchise, municipal and ecclesiastical arrangements, and compiled with a special reference to the lines of Rail-road and canal communication as existing in 1844–45, illustrated by a series of Maps and other Plates, and presenting the results in detail of the census of 1841. Edinburgh, 1846. 3 v. roy. 8°. Petty (Sir William). The history of the survey of Ireland, commonly called The Down survey, by doctor William Petty, A. D. 1655–6. Ed...by Thomas Aiskew Larcom. Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society, 1851. 2 p.l., xxiii, 426 pp., 4°. Seward (William Wenman). Topographia Hibernica; or, the Topography of Ireland, antient and modern, giving a complete view of the civil and ecclesiastical state of that kingdom... Dublin, 1795. 4°. Tourist's (The) illustrated hand-book for Ireland...Great exhibition year. London: /. Cassell, 1853. 3 p.l., 13–248 pp., I pl., I port. 12°. — Same, for 1859. London . illus., pl. 12°. Wakefield (Edward.) An account of Ireland, statistical and political. London, 1812. 2 v. 4°. Wilson (J. M.), and Lawson (J.P.) A Descriptive View and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Ireland, brought down to the present time. Edinburgh . 2 v. 12°.
Ashton (Robert). The battle of Aughrim [12 July, 1691]; or, The fall of Monsieur St. Ruth: a tragedy. To which is prefixed an extract from the history of Ireland, not in any former edition. Dublin: T. Wilkinson, 1777. x, 11–58 pp. 16°.
Dubourdieu (Rev. J.) Statistical survey of the county of Antrim, with observations on the means of improvement... Dublin: Graisberry & Campbell, 1812. xxiv, 630, 112 pp., 1 map, I plan, 16 pl. 8”.
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— Voyage à la côte septentrionale du comté L'Antrim en Irlande, et a L'Ile de Raghery... Paris: Cuchet, MDCCLXC [1790?]. viii, 140 pp. 8°.
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Coote (Sir Charles), bart. Statistical survey of the county of Armagh, with observations on the means of improvement drawn up in the years 1802, and 1803 for the consideration, and under the direction of the Dublin Society. Dublin: Graisberry & Campbell, 1804. xxv, 395, 33 pp., 11., 2 maps. 8°.
Stuart (J.) Historical memoirs of the city of Armagh, for a period of 1373 years...a refutation of the opinions of Dr. Ledwich, respecting the nonexistence of St. Patrick; and an appendix on the learning, antiquities, and religion of the Irish nation. Newry: A. Wilkinson, 1819. x, I l., vlxx, 72–631 pp., 5 l., 5 pl. 8°. New edition, revised, corrected and largely rewritten by Rev. A. Coleman. Dublin: Browne & Molan, 1900. 2 p.l., vii-xxiv, 478 pp., 5 maps, 4 pl., 2 port. 4°.
French (The) prisoners in Belfast, 1759–1763. (Ulster Jour. of Archaeol. v. 9, pp. 151-156; v. Io, pp. 21–25, 69-72, 138-141, 187-191. Belfast, 1903–1904.)
Reprint of “The conduct of the sovereign, burgesses, and principal inhabitants of Belfast vindicated; and, The necessity and propriety thereof, to procure relief to the French prisoners confin’d at Belfast fully shown. Printed in the year MDCCLXI.”
Great Britain.—Parliament. Report on the proposed extension of the boundaries of the borough of Belfast. 1853. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Correspondence on the subject of charges against the management of the Lancastrian industrial national school, Belfast. 1856. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Report on the municipal affairs of the borough of Belfast. Evidence and appendices. Plans. 2 pts. 1859. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Evidence before committee on the Belfast improvement (no. 2) bill. With index. 1864. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Disputes as to the municipal affairs of Belfast. Report on magisterial and police jurisdiction and establishments in the borough of Belfast. With evidence and appendix. Map. 2 pts. 1865. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Board into the general management by the guardians of the Belfast workhouse. 1881. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
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Historical collections relative to the town of Belfast: from the earliest period to the union with Great Britain. Belfast: G. Berwick, 1817. xvi, 496 pp. 8°. History of the town of Belfast (Ireland)... added, a statistical survey of the parish of Belfast ... Belfast, 1823. 8°. Montgomery (J. J.) Report on the drainage of the Borough of Belfast. Also report on the proposed plan, by J. W. Bazalgette. Belfast: W. & G. Baird, 1867. 48 pp., I diagr., 1 plan. 8°. Patton (Arthur), and Foy (G.) Reports presented to the executive committee of the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, on the subject of the Belfast riots. Dublin: Humphrey and Armour, 1886. 46 pp. 8”. Queen's College, Belfast. Annual report of the President for 1896/97–1903/4. Dublin: A. Thom & Co., 1897–1904. 8°. Library. Catalogue of books. Belfast: A. Mayne & Boyd, 1897. 3 1., 975 pp. 4°. Ward, Lock and Co.'s Pictorial and Descriptive Shilling Guide-books. Guide to Belfast... with excursions through County Down and the southern portion of County Antrim. London . xxviii, 132 pp., 2 maps, illus. 2. ed. 16°. Young (A. M.) Historical notices of old Belfast and its vicinity: a selection from the mss. collected by William Pinkerton for his intended history
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Doyle (James Warren), bishop of Kildare and Leighlin. To the Catholic clergy in Carlow, who were engaged in disputes with members of the Bible Society. (In M'Sweeney, M. A bold stroke. 1825.)
M'Sweeney (Murtagh). A bold stroke for the Church; being [a poetical satire on] Dr. Doyle's private letter to the Roman Catholic priests [in Carlow and vicinity]; edited with notes by Rev. Hurtagh M'Sweeney [pseud.]. Dublin, 1825. 8°.
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Report of the Lords committee on the petition complaining of the management and misconduct of the late Vice-Guardians, Carrick-on-Shannon. 1850. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
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Carlow Reformation Society. A full and authentic report, of the meeting of the Reformation Society, at Carlow, and the discussion which took place on the 18th and 19th October. Carlow: C. Lahee, 1827. 54 pp. 2. ed. nar. 8°.
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Great Britain.—Parliament. Report of the general committee of elections on the Cashel petition, 1857–58. With evidence. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Evidence at the trial of the Cashel election petition. 1869. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Report of commissioners on corrupt practices at the Cashel election. With evidence. 1870. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
White (John Davis). Cashel of the Kings, being a history of the city of Cashel, compiled from scarce books and original documents,pt. 1–2. n. t.-p. connel: Chronicle at the Office, 1863–66. 2 v. in 1. 4
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Barkley (John Trevor). Report on the purchase and occupation of landed property in Connaught; with estimates of present value. London: T. Saunders, 1850. 2 p.l., 5–28 pp. 8°.
Caird (James). The plantation scheme; or, The west of Ireland a field for investment. By James Caird, farmer, Baldoon. Edinburgh. W. Blackwood & Sons, 1850. vii, 192 pp., I map, I plan. 8°.
Houston or Houstoun (Mrs. Matilda Jesse). Twenty years in the wild west; or, Life in Connaught. London, 1879. 12°.
Molyneux (Thomas). Journey to Connaught.— April, 1709. [Edited by A. Smith, M.D.]. (In: The Irish Archaeological Society.—Miscellany, vol. 1. pp. 161–178. Dublin, 1846. 4°.)
O'Flaherty (Roderic). A chorographical description of West or H-Iar Connaught, written A.D. 1684. Edited... with notes and illustrations, by Jamer Hardiman. Dublin. The Irish ArchæoIogical Society, 1846. xiv, 469 pp. 4°. (The Irish Archaeological Society.)
[Otway (Caesar).] A tour in Connaught: comprising sketches of Clonmacnoise. Joyce country, and Achill ... Dublin & W. Curry, Jr., & Co., 1839. xii, 442 pp., 5 pl. 12°.
Griffith (Richard), jun. Geological and mining survey of the Connaught coal district in Ireland. Dublin: Graisberry & Campbell, 1818. IoS pp., I map, 1 pl. 8°.
Carvagh (3. baron), C. J. S. G. CANNING: Diary in Connemara; or, A tour in the West of Ireland in 1875. n. p. [1876?] 32 pp. 12°.
Belmore (4. earl), SoMERset Richard LowRY CoRRY. The history of the two Ulster manors of Finagh in the county of Tyrone and Coole, otherwise Manor Atkinson in the County of Fermanagh and of their owners. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1881. xi, I l., 384 pp. 8°.
Cork.-Charter. Charter and by-laws of the city of Cork: the oaths of the different municipal officers; the rights and franchises conferred on the city, thro' the corporation of the staple; and the duties imposed on the officers of that corporation. Regulations made in a court of d'oyer hundred... and several other public documents of importance. Cork: Prtd. by W. West & Co., 1813. 2 p.l., III pp., I l. 8°. Corporation. Council book of the corporation, 1609–43 and 1690–1800; edited with annals and appendices, by Richard Caulfield. Guilford, Surrey, 1876. sq. 8°.
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The register of the parish of the Holy Trinity, Christ Church, Cork, from July, 1643, to Feb. 1668, with extracts from the parish books from 1664 to 1668. Cork, 1877. pl. 8°.